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SALVAGE PARTY

lIAVL LOUCH TIMi-:. Press Association—Bv Telegraph—Copyright. MF.LROCLNF, Januaty 4. !l!ei.-eiv-'-d January 4, at 9.5 a.m.) Six ir<-n. when salving a wrecked steamer on ihe Ninety- mile Leach (Gippidand coasti, lia<l an exciting experience. The roiiLiii wcatiier washed all their food overboard. From Wednesday to Friday the vessel was washed by waves breaking clean f»ver her The mt'u had nothing to eat. or drink. Then thesteamcr bn.ke ii]). and all hands drifted ashore after ;i_ teirible. struggle. Tiiey -ivere badly braised, and were more dead than alive from exposure.

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SALVAGE PARTY, Evening Star, Issue 15691, 4 January 1915

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SALVAGE PARTY Evening Star, Issue 15691, 4 January 1915

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