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Adelaide, June 17. The steamer You Yangs struck on a reef l>n Saturday night, but floated off, and afterwards stranded near Cape Gautebean, where she became a total wreck. Those on board left the steamer in three boats. The boat under the command of the captain reached Cape Willoughby, forty miles distant, while, the second mate was successful in making a landing abreast of the wreck., The third boat, in charge of the chief officef, with nine men, is missing. .. , A WELL-MERITED FINE. Pjbutii, June 17. Captain Smith, of H.M. schooner Medea, has been iined iJIOO for burning- the huts of Indians at Roebuck Bay. The latter had a dispute with some aboriginals over hind, and as tjhey refused to leave, Captain Smith, gave orders for them to be burnt out.

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WRECK OF A STEAMER., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2443, 17 June 1890

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WRECK OF A STEAMER. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2443, 17 June 1890

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