(By Telegraph.—Press Association.) CHRISTCHUBOH, this day. The Antarctic relief ship Ninirod was signalled off Cape Saunders at 6 a.m., 20S miles from LyUelton. IMPORTANT DESPATCHES LANDED. (By Telegraph.—Own CorresponaeEt-J DUNEDIN, this day, The "Otago Daily Times" correspondent at Half-moon Bay telegraphed as follows: — "The Antarctic exploration steamer Nimrod arrived here this morning at nine o'clock. Extraordinary measures were adopted to prevent the leakage of any news relative to the expedition. Beyond Lieutenant Shackelton, R.N.R., leader of the explorer's, none of the party came ashore. Lieutenant shackelton despatched a number of.messages apprising friends of those on board of their safe return, and conveying news of the expedition to his principals in England, but he was absolutely uncommunicative to residents and visitors who crowded to the beach in the hope of gleaning a few crumbs of information respecting the expedition. The Nfimrod took her departure foi Lyttelton after a stay of two hours." ALL WELL ON THE NIMROD. ' (Received 10.5 a.m.) SYDNEY, this day. Mrs. David has received a cablegram from her husband, Prof r David, reporting all well aboard the Nimrod.
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