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A STEAMER WRECKED

Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. NEW YORK, November 24. ‘ Tho steam schooner Hamalei was wrecked on the Duxberg Reef. Two passengers swam ashore, and two of the crow were drowned trying to swim ashore witli lifelines. • Life-savers attempted a rescue in a thick fog, hut had to be dragged aboard the Hanaloi. Fifty persons are still on tho schooner, which is breaking to pieces.

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A STEAMER WRECKED, Issue 15659, 25 November 1914

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A STEAMER WRECKED Issue 15659, 25 November 1914

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