Foreign News: Brazilian Revolt

A revolution broke out in Sao Paulo, Capital of the State of Sao Paulo, Brazil.

The Sao Paulo State Government and the Federal Government in Rio de Janeiro, Capital of Brazil, combined to crush the revolt. Troops and warships were sent against the rebels.

In the State of Sao Paulo, the revolt was said to be spreading and assuming serious proportions. All this was most uncertain, however, for the rebels had cut the telegraph and telephone wires, had halted the railway services, had generally made themselves unsociable.

In Rio, a strict censorship was imposed and...

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