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WRECK OF A BARQUE.

.• :i * •: i- ‘ : v> HT< h). i •• • , . : , .(BY CABLE.)'., ) ft! ,:i - A telegram has been received from Woolongong, a seaport about sixty Erie's-soilth M iof j Sydhfey, 1 the ‘baVdiih • Quri'eri ■ df' Nalibris, 1 ■‘df‘thd White Star lifie, has beeri wrecked on' the 1 coast, a ; short distance' t6Xhe | ; niafih‘ of that place. The captain-arid all’ the' .crew, 1 except one seaman,; .have ■ been on the sand, and is expected to become a total wreck. She left London ,on February 25th, and was bound for Sydney.!-!* r ; J/i-ii f.L

, Sydnev, To-day.. The'latest telfegrams frofn ' WboTohgoog repqrt that the .eaptein and mate of the-barque Queen of Nations refuse to leave the.wreck. - 1 Xherr proceedings are-said to be extraordinary.

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WRECK OF A BARQUE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 359, 1 June 1881

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WRECK OF A BARQUE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 359, 1 June 1881

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