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« INQUIRY RESUMES TO-MORKOW. The Marine Inquiry into the circumstances of the wreck of the sjjip Forrest Hall will be resumed to-morrow, before Mr. C. C. Kettlo, S.M., and Captains Reed and Adamson. On Monday last, the opening day, the inquiry was adjourned by the Court for information to be received about the insurances. By to-mor-row this information should be to hand. Besides the question of insurance there may be other matters upon which the Court requires information, and if this necessitates the recalling of witnesses or the bringing of fresh evidence, the inquiry may not close as soon as was expected, when the Court adjourned on Monday. It is understood that the chief officer, who was unrepresented at the opening of the. inquiry, will be represented tomorrow by Mr. Skelton.

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FORREST HALL WRECK., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 66, 18 March 1909

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FORREST HALL WRECK. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 66, 18 March 1909

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