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THE COLLISION OFF DUNGENESS.

[FBB PBKBB ASSOCIATION.] London, February 4. In connection with the collision be* tween the steamer Nereid and the ship Killochao, ftom Lyttelton to Londonj which occurred yesterday off Dunge* ness, the following members of the crew of the Killochan are known to be . saved :— Messrs Day and Smith, mates of the vessel; seamen Mclvor, E. I Newen, Parvis, Anderson, Caddy and Brown. Both vessels sank within four minutes of the collision. The survivors were rescued by a passing tug, (The Killochan, of 1233 tone* UapUfo Manaon, Bailed from Lyttelton on Ootober 20th, under charter to the New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agenoy Company, for Oofck or Falmonth fot ordera, with a full cargo of wheat of 15 626 ■aoki, Hte oargo waa insured for £14,525), Auckland, February 5. When the Ktlloohan left Auokland, the took aw*y ai apprentioe a lad named Harold Ball, whose parents reside at Pomonby.

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THE COLLISION OFF DUNGENESS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2056, 6 February 1889

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THE COLLISION OFF DUNGENESS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2056, 6 February 1889

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