ELM.P. Pyramus arrived in the harbour, at 2.15 p m. on Wednesday, and anchored below fch9 Green's Point buoy, The ship's command 13 as follows : —
Commander, Viscount Kelburn, lieutenant commander, T. L Dorman, R.N , navigating lieutenant, N. O. Westall, R.N ; paymaster, M'Kenzie Least, R N ; staff surgeon, <'. G. Phipps, R N.; engineer commander, Jas, C. M Bayle, R N.; chief artificer engineer, James Robson, R N., gun ncr, Alfred J. Trevett, R.N. ; carpenter* Percy Turner, R.N.
The chip was engaged yesterday in taking soundings of the harbour, and she went to the lower part of the bar bbur as far as German Bay and Duvauehelie. ' On Wednesday she was engaged in torpedo running and target nractice..
The Pyramus left yesterday, and will probably return in" two days' time. ;
The Mayor and Town Clerk did not call upon the ship during her stay.
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H.M.S. PYRAMUS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4416, 31 July 1914
H.M.S. PYRAMUS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4416, 31 July 1914
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