(Special to Herald.') CHRISTCHURCH, this day. The trawling industry iit . Lyttelton shows signs of expansion. Ror a considerable time tho only vessel trawling out of the poYt was the famous old Mullogh. The Napier trawler Pilot was acquired by Mr F. Luffaro, and a few months ago the Dunedin trawler- Napier came, up from the south and started operations. .A. fourth vessel,. .the Napierowned trawler Muriel, a comparatively new vessel, lias now arrived on the scene. The Muriel, which left Napier last Wednesday, had to shelter m Clifford Bay next day, owing to heavy seas, but, she reached Lyttelton safely early on Sunday morning, and will start 'trawling out of. the. port this week. She is a compact little wooden vessel, and is well fitted, out; .
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TRAWLING INDUSTRY., Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XXXVIII, Issue 12404, 14 March 1911
TRAWLING INDUSTRY. Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XXXVIII, Issue 12404, 14 March 1911
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