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WRECK OF THE ZODIAC.

Brisbane, July 18. The captain of the barque Zodiac, his wife, and two daughters, Miss Brown (a passenger), and six of the ill-fated vessel's crew have been landed here from the rescuing steamer. The captain reports the Zodiac to have had a terrible passage, and states there was nine feet of water m the hold when the vessel was abandoned. Notwithstanding that the crew were pumping for twenty-four hours on the night before, she commenced to settle down. She was running before a heavy gale, and Camden Haven hove m sight sit daylight. The deck cargo was jettisoned and the decks swept pf everything before the vessel was abandoned.

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WRECK OF THE ZODIAC., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2468, 18 July 1890

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WRECK OF THE ZODIAC. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2468, 18 July 1890

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