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—1 ——- COLLISION IN CLEAR WEATHER. I The captain and sixteen men of the SweJioM i# ttn-ier Knar, from King's Lynn to, Gothen- burg, which sank in collision with the London steamer Armourer, bound for the Thames, were landed at Yarmouth. The weather was stated to be fine and clear at the time of the collision. The Armourer struck the Enar on the port side, and she foundered twenty minutes later. The crew took to the two lifeboats which the vessel carried, and were picked up by the Armourer, which herself was damaged about the starboard bow. While in their boats, the Enar's crew saw their vessel go down, stern first. They lost all their effects. The Enar had 1,100 tons of coal aboard.

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. MURDERED SWEETHEART.

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