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. COLLISION OFF LUNDY.

"ALL OVER IN THREE MINUTES."

STEAMER CAPTAIN'S STORY.j

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STEAMER CAPTAIN'S STORY. FROM THE LOG OF THE GIUSEPFINA | ILARDI. The disaster was, apparently, wholly an- avoidable. The collision happened, says the captain of the steamer Giuseppma liardi in his lo^-booK, about eight miles off Bull Point, in foggy weather. First of all he had | ] avoided a collision with another steamer, and just after averting this danger lie sighted the schooner C. S. Atkinson, whicij was saiiiing a course directly across the Italian veasel 8 bu.,„. Thinking to escape I this the captain attempted to aiter the Reamer's course, but owing to the current or some other cause, the helm did not an- swer. Despairingly, Capt. Spinalis rang 3 the imperative order for •« astern!" and the steamer, which had no pL i egun to respond, wnen, with a crash the two struck, the sailer being jammed amidships. One mast fall across the steamer, and this was the means of staving onc life. 'The C. S. Atkinson was loaded with scrap iron, and very socn she Was gulped out of rht. Capt. Spinella orde" boats out, without lo^o of tune to save lives, and in a brief space came upon the captain, but failed to discover tiny otner body. The mate had, However, scrambled on board. aided by the broken mast of his own vessel. For over nn hour the boats cast about, but the un- tiring search unavaiied and in the end the An hour the boats cast about, but the un- tiring search unavaiied and in the end the English captain ouggested thr.t it was useless to continue Notwithstanding that, the steamer was driven several turns, but no body couid be discovered and the course was taken for Swansea. The damage done to the steamer was but -light, and was chiefly confined to the rails which the mast crashed. The Giusep- pina F.ardi is chartered to load coal for Leghorn, the brokers being Messrs. Harries 3ros. and Co., Cambrian-place, Swansea. I

SAFE WITH THEIR FAMILIES.

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CRIME ABOARD A BARGE

j SHIPWRECKED CREW ON BOARD

----PUMPED A PINT OF WHISKEY…

■j YEAR OF REVOLUTION.

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GERMAN NEGOTIATIONS SUSPENDED.

NEATH COAL SYNDICATE.

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EX-CWMAVON CHEMIST.

SWANSEA GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL…

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SWANSEA AND MUMBLES LINE AND…

I STABBED AT A CARNIVAL.

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--.------.;.;..:" LOCAL COMPANIES.

---_..-.... FIVE FAILURES.

MUMBLES DEBTOR AND HIS WIFE

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BEHIND CLOSED DOORS. (

ONE OF THE UNEMPLOYED.

FOUGHT IN THE CIVIL WAR.