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THE ANNIE ROW.

JNVELICARCILL, July 4,

A telegram from Tiniaru on Tuesday stated that the barqucnlino Annie Bow is twonty three days out from Newcastle to that port. The police now report the findim; of u plank on the beach between lvivortou and Colao Bay bearing the name Annie Buw in white letters with a red rim. The plank appears to have oomo off tho starboard bow, the nails which held it being broken off. It hits not been long in the water. In the same locality a quantity of timber partly rotten and charred with fire was aho discovered. Apparently it had been in the water for some time.

It will be seen from onr shipping telegrams that the Annie Bow arrived at Timaru today.

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THE ANNIE ROW., Issue 7950, 4 July 1889

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THE ANNIE ROW. Issue 7950, 4 July 1889

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