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SEALING AT THE AUCKLAND ISLAND

(Prs U.NTir.D Press Association.]

INVERCARGILL, November 3.

The total number of fur seals obtained bv the Auckland Island party was onlv 439. in addition to 500 hair teals, which are, of little value.

The schooner Rachel Cohen has not arrived at the Bluff. A party left her at lb.Nuggets bust Tuesday at anehor waiting for -a fair wind. The tvg Theresa Ward picked her up on Saturday on her way down from Dunedin, but owing to the heavv sea. onlv towed her 20 mites before casting her olf.

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SEALING AT THE AUCKLAND ISLAND, Issue 15640, 3 November 1914

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SEALING AT THE AUCKLAND ISLAND Issue 15640, 3 November 1914

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