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STEAMER ASHORE IN WELLINGTON HARBOUR—During the southerly storm on Sun* the steamer John broke her moorings in the stream about noon and was carried by a strong current the western side of the harbour, where she ran aground near the new railway overhead bridge on I Hutt road. 1

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STEAMER ASHORE IN WELLINGTON HARBOUR—During the southerly storm on Sun* the steamer John broke her moorings in the stream about noon and was carried by a strong current the western side of the harbour, where she ran aground near the new railway overhead bridge on I Hutt road. 1, Press, Volume LXXII, Issue 21698, 4 February 1936

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STEAMER ASHORE IN WELLINGTON HARBOUR—During the southerly storm on Sun* the steamer John broke her moorings in the stream about noon and was carried by a strong current the western side of the harbour, where she ran aground near the new railway overhead bridge on I Hutt road. 1 Press, Volume LXXII, Issue 21698, 4 February 1936

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