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---LITERARY BUREAU.

THE LOSS OF CITY OF BRISTOL.

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THE LOSS OF CITY OF BRISTOL. RECOVERING THE BODIES. We have received from Messrs. BURGESS and Co. the following:—"3rd November, FV • Having been informed yesterday morning that several of the crew of the unfortunate steamer City of Bristol" which left here on September 29th for Rotterdam had been washed np at various parts of the coast round Haverfordwest, I yesterday proceeded to that town in order to secure all possible information about the sti.me. The first body was recovered on the 26th October at a place named Druidstone, and from what can be gathered is evidently that of the unfortunate second engineer Curran. This name was found inside the breast-band of the singlet, in the pockets were found A purse containing half-a-sovereign in gold and 7a. silver, also a wooden pipe, rule, and piece of ?N which was printed a kind of Roman Catno IC prayer. This body was buried by tne authorities in Nolton Churchyaid. The second body was recovered on the 27th October at Bullsla G ^R Bay and was dressed in a brown IA0* V-XV waistcoat, and a plaid cloth trousers, r waist belt and sheath, bnt in view of ITS S been in the water so long it was imposS > e identify the same. This body ° +IN Bosherton Churchyard. On the same day e above a further body was recovered at vvnite Hole Bay, also no means of identification. e was buried at Angle Churchyard. On P October a further body was recovered a Y Holt Stacks, and from a whistle bea.RING the name of L. Moran is evidently that of the unfor- tunate captain. It was buried at Castlemartin Churchyard. On the 30th October the last body was recovered at St. Martin's Haven, and on the same were found three receipts for registered letters addressed to Mrs. Mary Herbert, handy- lone Rush, Ireland. This is evidently that of William Herbert who was one of the mem bars of the crew of the City of Bristol" and was buried at Marloes Churchyard. Should any relatives or friends residing in this district wish to secure any further information we shall be glad to supply same as far as lies in our power on their applying at this office, Burgess and Co., Ltd., Queen's Buildings, Swansea."

THE HOOLEY BANKRUPTCY.

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