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THE AAGOT WRECK.
Captain Nielsen, who Is part owner of the barque] Aagot, which was wrecked at Wardang Island, Spencer Gulf, on Oct. 12, has stated that the ship was partly ? insured In Norway. This was« his first experience of
shipwreck since be became master 23 years ago, though I win'« before the mast in 1875 he suffered a similar disaster In the North Sea. The crew comprised Olaf I Olsen (chief officer), Neils Nielsen, son of the captain (second officer), A. Olawaason (carpenter), Alfred Ol- sen (steward), 0. Thorelsen (sallmaker), O. Peterson, P. Hansen, and C. Vohlcn (A.B.'s), S. Anonsen, O. Olsen, C. Olsen, B. Thim, O. Rambek, P, Andersen, A. Stabil, and H. Biekardien (O.S.). Mr. Nelson,'* Stçtedoro, residing at Port Adelaide, who wa* to hare superintended the leading of the vessel at Port Victoria, was also on board at the tim« of the vis