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AT SEA., Issue 15663, 30 November 1914
THREE GERMAN DESTROYERS , IN ENGLISH CHANNEL. LONDON, November 23. Three German destroyers appeared off Havre on Tuesday and held up the Malachite. Thev gave the crew 10 minutes to take to the ‘boats, and then sank her. The Primm was similarly sunk. THE BULWARK DISASTER. WHEN LOADING, AMMUNITION. LONDON, November 28. The Bulwark was loading ammunition from barges at the time of the explosion. November 29. Thirty of the bodies of members of the Bulwark’s crew have been recovered. Most of them are not identifiable. MINE-LAYING UNDER NEUTRAL FLAGS. LONDON, November 29. A Norwegian trawler has been brought to Fleetwood, and also the crow of a Danish trawler which was captured. It is alleged that they were mine-laying. . THE PACIFIC RAIDERS. RUMORED NORTHWARD MOVE. OTTAWA, November 28. Seattle reports that the arriving of steamers indicates that there is a German cruiser off the Aleutian Islands. The Navy Yard discredits tho reports, as tho. danger of tho capture of the Germans would be great owing to Japanese naval activity. THE REPORT DISCREDITED. RECENTLY OFF CHILE. LONDON, November 28. The German cruisers in the Pacific do not appear to have left Chilian waters. The Norwegian' ship Helicon, which has arrived at Caleta Colosa, reports that she was seized by German cruisers on October 23 and towed to Juan Fernandez Island, whore her cargo was taken and her hull and rigging were damaged.
IN THE BALTIC. GERMAN CRUISER’S LOSS RUMORED. PARIS, November 28. •Be Matin ’ publishes an unconfirmed report that the German cruiser Hertha has been sunk at Libau, _ and the Kaiser iViUi"’ - " dor Grosse mined and sunk in the Baltic. , A RUSSIAN RUSE. , CRUISERS DISGUISED. LONDON, November 28. qhe ‘ Morning Post's ’ Petrograd correspondent explains the disaster which occurred to German destroyers tit Kiel, mentioned on November 4. The Germans had been cruising in. the Baltic Sea, near Swedish waters. Admiral Von Essen panned several Russian cruisers and destroyers German colors, and contrived in foggy weather to join the . German ships. Ho was not detected till ho opened lire and sank a German cruiser and badly damaged another, while the Russian detroyers attacked the smaller craft. The Russian vessels were untouched. AN AMERICAN INCIDENT. MERCHANTMEN MUST HEAVE TO. WASHINGTON. November 27. It is reported at Panama that the British cruiser Berwick fired at the American steamer St. Helens. Tho Washington State Department was not informed of the incident, but points out that neutrals must heave-to when required on the high seas. IN TE RN E D ALIE NS. THE RECENT RIOT. LONDON, November 28. Several of those who were interned at Douglas (Isle of Man) gave evidence that the outbreak was prearranged. The ringleader told his comrades to take off their numbers, an something was going to happen. Tho military gave evidence that they were subjected to a fusillade of knives, forks, and crockery for 10 minutes before they tired. The missiles injured several soldiers. The complaints about tho food were not justified, and tho outbreak was the work of the agitators. FOOTBALL AND WAR. LONDON, November 28. Tho London dailies have agreed not to publish football news, except bare results.
AT SEA., Issue 15663, 30 November 1914
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