THE ITALIAN EARTHQUAKE
; A TOWN WIPED GET. i NOTHING BET A HEAP OF STONES. j 50,000 11GESES DESTROYED. j SOME PM'EOCS STORIES. j Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. I ROME. Januarv 19. i Eleven shocks were felt- vcsterda.v. Onlv .O.COO house.-, o-it of 1'.0,000 are left in the. atfe-ted district. The dead at Ave/. /.auo are collected en the roadsides, and weeping men. wonnn. and children, are searching tin- heaps of bodies for relations. The daughter -of Count Rcsta was rescued alive on Monday. Though only 20 (London 'Times' andSydnry 'Sun ' Services.) ; LONDON, Jatuuny 18. i An Italian corrcsouinlenl, describing a joii'-ney in the eailhquako aiva-. savs that j lie jirrived mi ;i maguiheent green plain. In the lenli'e was a, great grey spot-, a.ud lie asked an old man: " What's that a. stone quarry':" The old man replied : "Thai'.-, Maghatin" (ii. to>v.! formerly of CGjO inhabitants'. Tlu- corresp >n"denf r.skcd : - Whai are \ou 'ioing heir':" The man responded : "I. !o ; st. my wilV. en,,s, and evrryhiw.ly, and n<>v,- I a.m awti'ting
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THE ITALIAN EARTHQUAKE, Evening Star, Issue 15705, 20 January 1915
THE ITALIAN EARTHQUAKE Evening Star, Issue 15705, 20 January 1915
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