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GREAT FLOODS IX INTERIOR. '
i mere nave been some extraordin
ary rgins in the interior. A telegram from Oodnadatta states that 6i inches were registered at Benrett's i Allandale station, and 6 inches at Breaden's Todmorden station. Be tween Dalhousie and Macumba sta tions a plain about 40 miles long and proportionately broad is under water, Mr. J. Harvey, who manages Mrs. Williams's station of Nydrie, had a very unpleasant experience. He was compelled" by the rushing floods to seek safety in a tree, where he re mained for two days and two nights before he was rescued.