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THE DALGONER WRECK.

London, January 8

The survivors of the Dalgoner have ariived. They include Cars ton, a New Zealander, and Jackson, a South Australian. For five daye in a gale between Callao and Taltal the vessel's decks were perpendicular. Boats were launched, but were dashed to pieces against the bull. Cap'aiu Isbiater and three men were drowned, Dancer, the carpenter, performed splendid woik. He cut at the masts for three hours, and when they went overboard, tbo vegsel partially righted. The Loi' - e stood by for four days, and rescued those remaining on board.

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THE DALGONER WRECK., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4363, 9 January 1914

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THE DALGONER WRECK. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4363, 9 January 1914

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