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THE MIDLAND LIlN. MORE WASHAWAYS. TRAFFIC AGAIN SUSPENDED. As a result of the heavy rains of the last. two days, the Midland ,railway line has again suffered severely, washaways be ing reported from nearly a dozen different places,, including the ollowin:--d mile 74 chains, 67 mile 5 chains, 67j mile, 68 mile, 1061 mile, 107 mile, 109 mile, and 134 mile, the last-mentioned being the scene of thle late fatal accident- Traffic, of course, has had to be suspended, and it is bound to be disorganised for some time. Moora, which has had an uncen viable experience of the destructive power of floodwaters, has again been visited, and a telegram received by the Midland Rail way Co. ye--tcrdav foreshadowed a big flood in the townthip last night. At Mogumber no less then 170 points of rain fell in three hours, and reports have come to hand to the efect that the railway yards at Arrino, Three Springs, Watheroo, and Coorow are all under water.