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HAMBURG-AMERICAN LENER SUNK

BY A BRITISH CRUISER. Pres3 Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. HAVANA, January 18. (Received January 19, at< 12.55 p.m.) A British cruiser is reported to have sunk the Hamburg-American liner Tho President off Cuba- while she was proceeding from Porto Rico to Havana. [lf the above liner is either the President Lincoln or the President Grant (there is no The President on the Ham-burg-American Company's list), she is a stcamoi" of 18,000 odd tons, twin screw, lit by electric light, wireless installation, submarine signalling apparatus, and was built in 1907. She was doubtless fitted out a-s an armed cruiser.]

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HAMBURG-AMERICAN LENER SUNK, Issue 15704, 19 January 1915

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HAMBURG-AMERICAN LENER SUNK Issue 15704, 19 January 1915

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