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THE AUCKLAND ISLANDS' WRECK.

(BY TELEGRAPH.— PRESS ASSOCIATION.)

Dunedin, this day. Capt. Thomson, local representative of Lloyds, holds the opinion that the epar brought from the Auckland Islands is more likely to belong to the Maria Alice than to the Timaru or the Stoneleigh.

Sydney, this day.U

There is a growing opinion amongeb experts thab the wreckage found, on tha Auckland Isles belongs to the French, barque Marie Alice, which left Sydney for Antwerp with wool in February. Tha underwriters want the New Zealand Government to make further search iv order to establish identification.

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THE AUCKLAND ISLANDS' WRECK., Auckland Star, Volume XXVI, Issue 254, 24 October 1895

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THE AUCKLAND ISLANDS' WRECK. Auckland Star, Volume XXVI, Issue 254, 24 October 1895

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