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The Barque Anjou

United Press Association—By Bleotrio Telegraph Dunedin, May 18 The officers and crew of the wrecked ship Anjou left to-day by the Waikare for Sydney, a large crowd mustering on the wharf to see them off. The Acting Vice-Consul for France has received a letter signed by the master and first and second mates on behalf of the crew, thanking him for what he has done for them ; expressing gratitude for kindness to Captain Bollons, who had done everything in his power to make them comfortable, and asking that their deep sense of Captain Bollona' services be conveyed to the Government. They have no doubt that if they had not discovered the Government depots some of them would not have survived. They also thank the Shipwreck Belief Society for assistance and the many friends who interested themselves on their behalf.

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The Barque Anjou, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6574, 19 May 1905

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The Barque Anjou Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6574, 19 May 1905

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