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The s.s. Warrimoo ran aground in Bluff Harbor at 3 oVloek this afternoon. There was a terrific sea running, and whilo turning at tho wharf her hawser snapped, and the full strength, of the gale caught her broadside on, taking her on to Middle Bank. As she went on at high water, there is little prospect of her being shifted until the weather moderates. She is making no wator, and everything is quite safe. The Warrimoo was bound for Port Chalmers in continuance of her trip from Melbourne.

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MISHAP TO THE WARRIMOO., Issue 15653, 18 November 1914

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MISHAP TO THE WARRIMOO. Issue 15653, 18 November 1914

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