REPORT FOR THE \VEEK. (Reed. 2.30 p.m.) ■ LONDON, June 26. For the week ending 23rd there were * 14(59 arrivals and departures. ' Three vessels, "aggregating 5261 tons, were torpedoed, also two fishing ves_ ' sels. ; • •■ ■ < TORPEDOING OF THE ROXBURGH. GERMAN OFFICIAL ACCOUNT. (Reed 4. s p.m.) BERLIN, June 26. An official version of the torpedoing- of the Roxborogh, says that a submarine on the. 20th, a hundred miles from the Firth of Forth, torpedoed a British .armoured cruiser of the Minataur class. , . . . ' TL'e torpedo got home but it was r impossible to observe the effect . DUTCH STEAMER TORPE3OE2 A (Reed p.<nv. ) COPENHAGEN", June 26. 1 The Dutch steamer Ceres *as sunk in the Gulf of Bothniri. T.K'e crew , were saved . . . ' ' ' It is believed that phe was tw^e- c doed, as a torpedoer in the vicinity did not attempj to .assist . t GERMAN 'APOLOGIES. £ (Reed 3 p.m. ) COPENHAGEN, June 26. ( Ger-miany has apologised for her un i fortunate mistake in torpedoing: the 1 Go-bofb, cabled on June. Ist and Las A offered compensation . ,
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THE BLOCKADE, Grey River Argus, 28 June 1915
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