A x'are series of events occurred at Adelaide on Sunday last. The ship Arden Craig, inward from London, collided with and sank the barque Norma at the semaphore. The barque sank in a few minutes, but all hands except .Johnson, the carpenter, got away in a boat. His cries for help were heard for two hours, but the sea was too rough to allow of rescue. Soon afterwards the steamer Jessie Darling came in, and the captain, seeing a spar of the Norma in the water, bore down upon it under the impression that someone was clinging to it. She steamed over the submerged barque, and one of the spars 'pierced her, and five minutes later she was resting on the Norma, her master and crew barely having time to escape before she foundered.
The tea for “pernicketty” peopIe—"HONDAI LANKA” Ceylon Tea delights the fastidious taste. FULL RICH FLAVOUR.
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 4, 27 April 1907
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 4, 27 April 1907
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