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153 MISSING. I BRITISH TRANS- PORTJSUNK. TORPEDOED ON NEW YEARNS DAY. PRESS BUREAT, Thursday evening. The Secretary of the Admiralty an- nounces :— The transport Ivernia was sunk by an enemy submarine in bad weather on January 1st in the Mediterranean whilst carrying tro: ->s, and there are at present fcur military officers and 146 men missing. The casualties among the ship' s officers and crew are not yet known definitely, but it is hoped that the only ship's oiffcers missing are the surgeon and the chief engineer. PRESS BUREAU, later. The Secretary of the Admiralty makes the following further announcement:— Detailed information concerning the Ivernia casualties has just been re- ceived, from which it is ascertained that the number of men missing is 120, and the number of men mising from the crew is 33. (Note.—The Ivernia was a comman- deered Cunard liner of 14,278 tons. built in 1900 by Swan and Hunter, New- castle. ) YET ANOTHER U" BOAT ATROCITY. PRESS BUREAU, Thursday. The Secretary of the Admiralty makes the following announcement:— A further case of callous disregard for the lives of non-combatant seamen has now crane to light. The British steamship North "Wales, proceeding in ballast from Hull to Canada, was reported 1w the German 11-ireless Press on Nov. 9th as having been torpedoed. Beyond D-P piece of yarnished wood marked "Xorth tHT-ales found in Sennen Cove and bodies washed ashore on the Cbrnisb Coast, nothing further has been heard of her, and it is presumed that the crew took to their boats in the. gales raging at the time and were drowned. (Note.-The North Wales displaced 4,072 tons, was built in 1909, and owned by the North Wales Shipping C"o., ijtd (H. Roberts and Son, managers), London)

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