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HOLLAND'S PLICHT

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HOLLAND'S PLICHT DANCER CftOWlKG Arm DYKES ST, Lit BiEAKLqG. Amsterdam, Thursday.—The danger in ihe, :dOÜ(H-(1 <ust:a<J.s of Nor: 11 Holland is still growing..North of Durgerdaua. for a length of eighty illetn). the dyke has through the collapse on the .1 older. Jus&isUiiiee is a^ksd for. Thi) situation at Purixicrend i> getting worse. A W'Hapse of the railway lint-, near Wydeworxne is threateaod.—Press Associa- tion. Rotterdam, Wednesday.—There is a fear that more dykes will break in Holland to* night owing to rie «torm. The, Hague, Wednesday.—King Georgs sent a telegram to Queen Wilhelmina on Monday last expret^ang the deepest sym- pathy in the calamity caused by the fioodi in Holland. The Dutch Governmen t begs Sfm. pathiprs to refrain from opening colleo tions iii- foreign oountriys, for the relief oi the sufferers.—Renter. In various disLricLs of Holland the watei in the flooded dist ricts rose on WecLaeedaj from one inch to one inch and a half.

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