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THE MISSING PROSPECTORS.

We understand that the friends of Captain Malcolm and Mr Young are not yet assured of their safety. The Hon. Mr Richardson is not likely to be aware that they left Milford on the morning of the 23rd of May to cross overland via M'Kinnon Pass to Lake To Anau, and they have not since been heard of. The probability is that they returned to Milford, and it ia to hoped they have done so, otherwise we fear there is every reason for the anxiety of their friends for their safety, A telegram received in town to-day from Westport states that the Orawaiti was unable to call at Milford, owing to the darkness,

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THE MISSING PROSPECTORS., Evening Star, Issue 7927, 7 June 1889

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THE MISSING PROSPECTORS. Evening Star, Issue 7927, 7 June 1889

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