THE WEATHER BAD
O'KEEFE'S' PREVIOUS ORDEAL
(By Telegraph.— Press Association.) PALMEBSTON N., This Day. It is recalled that Mr. O'Kecfe had a trying ordeal a few weeks ago when.; he became separated from his companions, who comprised-practically the same party as tho present one, during a mist which came up suddenly, on Mount Bannister. He eventually reached safety on. the- Masterton side after several days and nights in the' open. The weather has been very unfavourable. ■' . .
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THE WEATHER BAD, Evening Post, Volume CXV, Issue 93, 21 April 1933
THE WEATHER BAD Evening Post, Volume CXV, Issue 93, 21 April 1933
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