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THE MISSING TOURIST.

4 (PIK PaKBS ABSOOUXIOtt.) v !.- PuNßonr, Jancr?. The aaiuranoe of the Hon Mr Biahafcd* ioq that no anxiety need be; felt fat ?»ptftin Maloolm and Me.: Young, prorpeotiDg on iha Waat Coast, app»attlto lavs been Rtven under a mtaeoneepttoib £ they had remained at Mllfdrd Sound hey had plenty otprovUloiur. but when he Herald balled' there on May S3 hey had left to oome overland* Then iai been plenty of time for then) to feare aade the jenroey, bat they nave nqt pql □ an appearnnoe. It therefore ■ee&m hat they must hare had to tarabaolr, bat a there woold be no boat on Like -Ada hey would be canght In a trap there, iqlbbb by aoma ohanoa Sathetlahd, he hermit, happened to go as on ths ihanoe of tbelr returning. Thelc trtendf re m\r rery aoxioas, eapeoially aathe aat lettev from M'KinnoD, the Sarvefor. Uted that he had run abort of provUlqiik nd had to get aome from Sutherland, !hore is thus a danger that the proipaoton re unable to orois Mount Balloon tbroigh tie traok being blocked, and unabtf to each Milford, where they would leave the nlk of their provlalons owing to there elng no boat on Lake Ada, The: Oro« altl bad inßtroctloDS to otll at Milford, ut a telegram from Westport atatea thtl >c Vf*s auable to gall owto* iq % irkaeii,

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THE MISSING TOURIST. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2146, 8 June 1889

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