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NAVAL BATTLESHIP SUNK I I I q-qo — AND SEA-PLANE CARRIER. ENEMY SUBMARINES BUSY. The Secretary of the Admiralty an- nounces that H.M.S. Cofiiwailis (Capt. A. T. Davidson, U.S.O.) was sunk by an enemy ssibmarime on te 9th Jan. in the Mediterranean. The captain and all the cl-,cers were,, saved, but there are 13 men M?stng, j who are believed to have heen h!ued by the explosion. I I SEAPLANE CARRIER'S FATE. I H.M. seaplane carrier Bfn-My-Chree I Co n R"' D Ro 0 ) (Wine; Commander O. R. Samson. D.&O.) j was sunk by gun tire :n Kaateloriso harbour on January 11th. The only casualties were j one officer and four men wounded. Kastelorisso is a small island off the Asia M'tiov coast, which WM seized by the AUies subfm?%rine I e abckit a -year ?" ;J'Bnpct sub&rine. base about & yeaf • a*°- • '.L.  The BoTt-?y-Chree is w,eH known in South Wales aivd many a visitor to Doughs has made the journey from Liverpool on this fine boat, which is only about five years old. She was 12 turbine and steamed about 22 knots, being the fastest and most luxuri- ous of the Red Funnel fleet.. THIRTEEN-YEAR-OLD BATTLESHIP. (Note.—H.M.S. Cornwallis was a battle- ship of 14,000, tons displacement, built tn 1904, of 18,000 horse-power and steaming 191 knots peT hour. Hie had four 12-inch guns and twelve 6-inch guns. She is a sister of II.M.S. Russell, sunk by a mine in the Adri- atic last year with a considerable loss of life.)

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