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THE MISSING LOCH LOMOND.

ROAD OVERSEER LOST. ' . fPRBSS ASSOCIATION.] CHRISTCHURCH, October 11.. Ihe Kaikoura correspondent of the. Press reports that though a .strict' search has been made, no trace has been found-of the missing Government road overseer, Mr Watson, who disappeared on Tuesday week. There is little doubt that he has been drowned m the Clarence river and the body ' washed out to sea. ' ' ,

\ CHRISTCHURCH, October 11. Ihe Otira tunnel has nowlbeen advanced twelve chains frdm the mouth which opens on to tEe Rojleston^treUni. •5 rate of progress varies very donszderably. The average per week, however, may be stated at about 60ft. , During, the past fortnight the drive has generally speaking, been fairly dry, but during this week the men struck a strong spring, the flow from which ?er houn *""" 7°°° t0 8000 &11 ™*

Th* * /ICELAND, October 12. The Sydney 'mail for southern ports

Th« a*a AVOKL £ ny October 12.

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THE MISSING LOCH LOMOND., Hawera & Normanby Star, Volume LVI, Issue LVI, 12 October 1908

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THE MISSING LOCH LOMOND. Hawera & Normanby Star, Volume LVI, Issue LVI, 12 October 1908

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