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—__♦ THE WORST FEARED. CARGO COMING ASHORE. [By Electric Telegraph.] Sydney, March 28. The cargo of the Yongala is washed ashore at Cape Bowling Green. The wreckage found at Bowling Green consists of bags of chaff, pollard, bran, and pumpkins, and has been recognised as part of. the cargo shipped on the Yongala's lower hold at Brisbane. A later message reports that further wreckage, including oil drums, baskets, and timber drifted ashore at Cleveland Bay. The worst is now feared. STRIKES HIDDEN ROCK. . Brisbane, March 28. The fact that cargo is coming ashore from the lower hold is taken to indicate that the Yongala struck a hidden rock and ripped her bottom out.

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THE YONGALA., Ohinemuri Gazette, Volume XXII, Issue 2772, 29 March 1911

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THE YONGALA. Ohinemuri Gazette, Volume XXII, Issue 2772, 29 March 1911

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