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Wreck of a Barquentine.

United Press Association—Eleotrio Telegraph. Auckland, May 15 A. Kaipara Heads telegram dated Sunday states that the barquentine Neptune, from Wellington, went ashore on the north spit at half-past six a.m. on Sunday. It is feared she will be a total loss, as the sea is very heavy and ie driving the vessel up on the beach. The crew of the vessel landed safely m their own boat, and expect to save their effects to-morrow, when the tide ebbs. A telegram to the Colleotor of Customs, Auckland, states that the Neptune is a total wreck. Later. The Neptune broke up during the night, and the Captain and crew lost all their effects.

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Wreck of a Barquentine., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6570, 15 May 1905

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Wreck of a Barquentine. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6570, 15 May 1905

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