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• INVERCARGILL, August 28. The Otago Harbor Board's dredge, which recently left Dunedin for Melbourne (where she has been hired by the EJarbor Trust for one year at L 6.000), put in to Halfmoon Bay (Stewart Island) on Sunday, the 25th. She got as far as the Solanderr., but owing to the bad weather and heavy sea had to { nt back for shelter. Shegotpartofherbulwa-ka carried away and a quantity of coal washed off her decks. She is still lying in the bay awaiting a chance to make another start. As the weather is now fine she will probably sail to-day.

The ' Tuapeka Times' declares that it baa excellent authority for saying thst Mr Pvke is to be called to the Upper House.

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THE BIG DREDGE., Issue 7997, 28 August 1889

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THE BIG DREDGE. Issue 7997, 28 August 1889

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