KAUAERANGA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) July 23.
July BrKOitmy last letter, a party of natives.from the Piako have come in, bringing intelligence that a boat has been found, and nlongiida of it some of the ■tore* which. Captain Burslem had on board. Footprints were seen in the mud, leading towards the , shore, I would not say that this last evidence was .connected with the safety of the unfortunate gentlel*.< h**?'. Jtisnow eight days since the accident oc tl',' onrr ?«i »nd had he readied the shore it would have ?*? ,%**J I°*1 °* Mm to get to one of the adjacent settl«tnents.' %' My/ Own conviction is' that no further hones of his °*n to entertained. His friends at Kopu thave done *H in their power to' ascertain his fate] •nfl.?may say that'tho.natives are not inclined to S^SvhathobMeHoaped a watery* grave. ' -
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KAUAERANGA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) July 23., Daily Southern Cross, Volume XXI, Issue 2501, 26 July 1865
KAUAERANGA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) July 23. Daily Southern Cross, Volume XXI, Issue 2501, 26 July 1865
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