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FIRE ON THE NORFOLK

Press AsEociation—By Telegraph-—Copyright,

MELBOURNE, November 9. (Ei-ecivod November 9, at 10 a.m.j After the ft.fi- Norfolk had left Melbourne oti Saturday morning eu route Svdi.ov with a largo general carv.o, a fire broVo‘cut in liar No. 2 hold. The amount of the damage is not stated. Later. The Norfolk lias been beached 20 miles west of Cunningham. The latest message states that the fire* is under control, and it is anticipated that she will be refloated to-day. [The Federal and Shire liner Norfolk, running under tbs auspices of the A. and A. Companv, 5.57,1 tons, Captain Hughes, left New York on September 10, arriving at Melbourne <»a November 4.]

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FIRE ON THE NORFOLK, Issue 15645, 9 November 1914

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FIRE ON THE NORFOLK Issue 15645, 9 November 1914

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