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NEW SOUTH WALES.

§QJJTH ' Hvipri*, May 26. The weather for the last few days'has been very bojsterous $11 along the coast, rain falling cpniintioiisly for forty hours. The steam collier Duckenfjeld, bound from Newcastle to Sydney, struck the reef off Broken Bay on Friday night, and, owing to the fierceness of the storm, she went to pieces m a few minutes. One of het crew, named Struthers, was drowned while the boats were being launched, but the remainder were picked up by a passing vessel.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2135, 27 May 1889

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