STORM IN WESTRALIA.
PEARLING LUGGERS MISSING.
(Received 9.30 a.m.)
PERTH, this day.
'A' severe storm at Onslow on the 6th inst. has interrupted the telegraphic service. It raged the whole day, and much damage, was done to property, including the destruction of a large quantity of goods, damage to the wharf and two lighters. A lugger and a cutter are ashore, the cutter being a complete wreck. The tramway was washed away in several places.
No loss of life is reported, but fears ire entertained for the safety of nine pearling luggers which put out to sea the night before the storm.
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