THE RIO LOGE.
(γ-ress association tei/eobam.) WELLINGTON", February 12. The Secretary for Marine has received information that the crew of the missing brigantine Rio Loge coneisted of the fol'.owing persons when she cleared at Kaipara for Dunedin, with timber, on the 24th January: — Captain W. Snence, aged 55, born in Scotland. First mate. J. Paterson, 38, Scot!and. Second mate, H. Hnrnden, 38, England. Engineer, W. Shinnas, 42. Scotland. Able seamen: A. Quisle. 25, Denmark; K. Anderson, 22, Denmark; H. Gotule, 20, Niue Island; IV. Richard*, 31, England. Cook. G. A. Roberts, 32, Jamaica. Ship's boy. W. A. Spencc, 14, Bundaberg (captain's eon). Stewardess, B. J. Spcnce, 52. Scotland (wifo of the captain). Assistant stewardess, A. B. Spence, 16, Bundaberg- (daughter of the captain).
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THE RIO LOGE., Press, Volume LXV, Issue 13348, 13 February 1909
THE RIO LOGE. Press, Volume LXV, Issue 13348, 13 February 1909
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