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WKECK.

♦■ ■ f (PBB PREBB ASSOCIATION.) Auckland, June 10. The Auckland ketoh Zillab, whilst 6n a voyage from Tanranga to Tryphena Harbour, Qmat Barrier liland, with stores, j ran on the rocks near Palmer's Point, Great Btrrier, at ccc o'clock on Sunday morning, Juoe 2, and went to pieces In seven minutes. A fierco south-easterly gale was blowing at the time, with heavy rain tqual'i and thick mist { and it li «a!d that the rnaater lost the reckoning. There were five men on board. Toe mastor , John Bena, and the mute, Frank Kusley, who were unable to awlm, were dvowned. The otbera, 0. M'Djna'd, F. Bameay and H. Good, Bwam ashore and waited on the rooks until daylight, whan they looked for the bodies of the others, but pould find no traco of them. The aQryty.Qrs were brought to Auckland totight \)7 { $P Ghe'ipisford. Eaeley wan '""*' fcftd hP w^e lives at P-anmura. wlir'Viuh T*" & 8 property of-fifeasra Ihe Zmah v. ; flhartered about a rftone Bros, but was "~ , ™. month ago by th« mate, Bo»-*f* xa * vos»el wa« valued at ftbaut £600, but WM no- lnsared.

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WKECK., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2148, 11 June 1889

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WKECK. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2148, 11 June 1889

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