"EARTHQUAKE" AT SEA
When the P.S.N.C. liner Oropesa arrived at Liverpool recently from Valparaiso it was reported that a severe earthquake shock was experienced on Easter Sunday as the passengers were about to assemble in the saloon for Divine service, says the "Shipping World." The master, Captain R. E. Dunn, said that there were three separate and dis--1 tinct shocks, but fortunately there was no tidal wave. "I conducted the service at the usual time, and no damage was done. Later we learned that the earthquake had been felfin Chile, but the effect was more severe at sea Jhan, on. sh.orW' s
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