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STRANDED TURKIS,H SUBMARINE.

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STRANDED TURKIS,H SUBMARINE. REPORTED DESTRUCTION BY! THE RUSSIANS. (Press Association Wa.r Special.) -.T;t!"nT"t'<I;.rt. raniuiiKAi), Thursday It is stated on good authority that from prisoners captured on the sunken steamer Carmen, it wa,s possible to obtain interest- ing information regarding the object of the despatch of two gunboats from Constanti- nople 1;?it December. Tb? mmboats re- ceived orders to bring off ? Turkish sub- marine, which had grounded near the shore. They were unable to ca.rry out the order because they were sunk by Russian torpedo boats under the command of Captaiai Prince Trubetzkoy. Acting on the information given by the men of the Carmen, Rus^ac torpedo boats approached, on January 10th, to the spot where the submarine was said to have have grounded. They discovered the sufe. marine near the mouth of the Helen and destroyed it with gunfire. The same day the torpedo boats saatk two Turkish aailimr ships with cargoes ot coal. Five men of the crews of these ships were made pri- soners. I Note No mention of the destruction of the submarine has been made in the Rus- sia.n naval communiques, which usually re- cord the sinking of every Turkish schooner or ketch.)

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