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SUBMARINE EARTHQUAKE

STEAMER'S PASSENGERS STARTLED. By Telegr»ph,— Prei* Ai«oclfttton.-*Copyrt|lii. SYDNEY, 7th February. The Norddeittfseher Lloyd liner SchaTtthorst, while crossing the Indian Ocean en route to Australia on 19th January, vibrated violently from end to end with a ahock resembling that given if the engines had been run full hpeed astern. The startled passengers rushed on to the deck, and found the ship proceeding as usual in a delightfully calm sea in clear moonlight. The shock was explained fts being due to a submarine earthquake. It lasted 45 seconds.

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SUBMARINE EARTHQUAKE Evening Post, Volume LXXXV, Issue 33, 8 February 1913

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