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WRECK OF THE CLANSMAN

. «. . [Pah Press Association.] Gisborne, April 4, The brlganttne Clansman wout ashore to-day. Shortly after she was beaobed her f*lae keel oamo ashore. Later on portion! of the koel and fore poop of the vessel went ashore at low water, and wben the 1 tide rises to-night the vessel stands the . baffling of a heavy sea, now Increasing. At four o'olook the captain and orew were 1 aafoly landed. When the boat was 00m- | Ing ashore it oapslsad, and one man wai ; nearly drowned. The rook Is under the bilge of tho vessel. Nothing whatever was saved from the vessel. 1

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WRECK OF THE CLANSMAN, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2101, 5 April 1889

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WRECK OF THE CLANSMAN Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2101, 5 April 1889

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