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GALE AT HOKITIKA

FURTHER DAMAGE REPORTED. [Per United Press Association.) HOKITIKA, November 18. A raging north-west gale last _ night caused 6crious sea encroachment in the northern portion of the town. The sea washed away a considerable portion of tho bank, resulting in a number of outhouses going seaward. The position at present looks ugly, as a heavy sea 13 breaking and there are spring tides.

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GALE AT HOKITIKA, Issue 15653, 18 November 1914

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GALE AT HOKITIKA Issue 15653, 18 November 1914

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