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PETOXATORS ON BEACHES P-A. WELLINGTON, Saturday a fnrfhf 11 ™ 3 ' authorities have issued Subsequent to the warning two months ago a beach patrol found several tins of detonators which had been washed ashore. While it is now wni Si< h» re ? unl , ikel ,v that further will be found, children should be warned again about the danger of picking up tins on the beaches The tins are 2 \ inches long and 31 inches in diameter. They contain a central wooden block with detonators packed £Tf n i\ md the wall of the tm Each detonator contains a charge ev?n Cl Xth CaU / e se "°"s injury i,fd ssid d ss t stop found !

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FURTHER WARNING, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 190, 13 August 1945

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FURTHER WARNING Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 190, 13 August 1945

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