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Castaways at the Auckland Islands

| Wellington, May 16 Yesterday afternoon the Marine Department received a telegram from Captain BoDona of the Hiuomoa, which had arrived at Port Chalmers from the Southern Islands, that he had picked up the crew of the French barque Anjon, which was wrecked on the west coast of the Auckland Islands on s'h February, when bound from Sydney to "Falmoutk, wheat laden. All hands, 22 m number, were saved. The Anjon was a steel birqueof 2069 tons gross register, and was built at Nant«s m 1899. She was owned by M. Raoul Giallion, of Nantes. Her principal dimensions were— Length 253J feet, be*ui 39 feet, depth 22| feet." Dunkdik, Mny 17 The French Consul and the Shipwreck Society having provided for the crew of the Anjou, there is no necessity for public b^P- _______________

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Castaways at the Auckland Islands, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6572, 17 May 1905

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Castaways at the Auckland Islands Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6572, 17 May 1905

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