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"At the jneeting e( the Harbou? BoarO j»©aterday veferon«e W&a made t-0 the iwavery of the two lads, Sesjar OUen iWid Oaraten Reenelusen, ef the ship Friten, berthed nt the Railway Whayf, i\'l»Q oft Sa-turday night last yesraed. a WH named Peter Jacohaen, who had iallen ovey the wharf, They jumped la, idd {ifter an straggle got the man out, and themselves restored him >y prtjficial The eeeretaa'y to the BqajKj wsa instructed tQ bripg their v.odev the notice of the H«waae Society, Jnftuen&t can be and cure.l

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 77, 31 March 1909

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