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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS.

BRIG ISERBROOK SCUTTLED. Sydney, December 22. The brig Iserbrook, badly injured from Gro, has been scuttled. The captain was killed and the mate seriously burnt through an explosion. The insurances amount to £1,000. ANUI-CHINESE STKIKE. Tho miners of Newcastle and Wool-lonji-ong 1 have resolved to continue the coal company's steamers strike. Mediation has again failed. TOWNS GARRISONED. Sydxey, December 24. The Victorian towns aro garrisoned with ten Artillerymen against the Kelly gan<r of bushrangers. Railway drivers, stokers, and guards are armed with rifles and revolvers. THLIEAT BY KELLY BUSHRANGERS. The gang threaten to tear up the rails if uupardoned and disallowed to leave the Colony.

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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS., Taranaki Herald, Volume XXVI, Issue 3011, 27 December 1878

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AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAMS. Taranaki Herald, Volume XXVI, Issue 3011, 27 December 1878

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