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THE FIJI HURRICANE

FURTHER DAMAGE. Prcsc Af.&ocia.tiou—By Telegraph—Copyright. SUVA, December 2S. The islands of Tavinni and Va-ntia Levu tiro believed to have sustained littlo daninge by the .severe gale. At Hcwa nine Indians were drowned. At Levuka a light, hurricane was experienced, but the town was not damaged. The shipping suffered, several cutters and tho steamer Itipplo being ashore at Levuka. Tho auxiliary schooner fonlian/a is ashore at Namena. The cutter Tnileviika is a total wreck at AVakaya Reef. Her crew wore saved. The Penang ,Sugar Estate, lost 250 tons of sugar in punts, and SCO tons in the sheds wore damaged.

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THE FIJI HURRICANE, Issue 15687, 29 December 1914

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THE FIJI HURRICANE Issue 15687, 29 December 1914

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