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LOST AT SEA.

■ [per press association.] Wellington, May 16.','. The Captain of the steamer' Arawata, which arrived from Auckland this evening, reports that when off Cape Runaway, at seven o'clock yesterday morning, he spoke the fore and aft'schooner Maud Graham;' bound fr.-vn Ly^c^-n to Auckland.' :■ The crew <■ ii ] ■ ;. ■!. i ■;.(■? Jv. .3red a. boat and went. | Aboard the Arawata, and reported that on i Sunday,night, when the schooler iwasiotf Portland Island, Wir^in^ bof --pi> a. strong .southerly' gale, ;■ ':» ivy -j-'i swept on L'board and carried the] f captain a,nd mate (brothers named . \Fitz-' gerald) overboard. Nothing |moro .was seen of the officers, and it was |oo rough to lower a boat. The vessel" had her wheel damaged, but temporary repairs had been effected ;" and in reply to the Captain of the Arawata (who offeredf.fo. give them a man to take the' y^iPiq! ?Qi her destination) the crew said' they' could manage all right,

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LOST AT SEA., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2432, 17 May 1890

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LOST AT SEA. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2432, 17 May 1890

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