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THE CENTENNIAL ACCIDENT.

Before the Court of Enquiry into the circumstances connected wiih the sinking of the steamer Centennial, the Captain of the s.s. Kanahooka, the vessel which collided with the Centennial, said that the latter was on the wrong side and had such a position that she must either have run into the rocks or collided with the Kanabooka.

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THE CENTENNIAL ACCIDENT., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2211, 28 August 1889

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THE CENTENNIAL ACCIDENT. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2211, 28 August 1889

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