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NAVAL THE NEW MOEWE ——— i ARMS A CAPTURED I BOAT. THIRTEEN VESSELS I LOST TO US. (Press .Association War Special.) RJO DE JANEIRO, Tuesday. It is learned frcm a.u official British source that the number of ships sunk in the Atlantic by the German raider is seven, of which two are French. &he sank the Rad- norshire, St. Theodore. Dramatist, Mirich, N-antes, and Asmielcs. The raider also cap- tured the following: The Japanese steamer Hudson Maru, and the Mount Temple, King George, Georgie, Voltaire, "i arrowdale, and Trowden Range (?). All the sinkings and captures were effetoted tfjetween. December 12th andJannary 10th. The crows of the ships punk were embarked on the Japanese steamer Hudson Maru, which whs ordered to follow the raider until Jaraiary 12th, when she re- ceived permission to put into Peritambuco, where she arrived on the evening of the 15th with 237 men of the crews saved. The fate of the crews of the captured ships is not known. I The raider is stated to be a boat of the type of the Moewe. RIO DE JANEIRO, Wednesday. In «) communication issued by the Ministry of Marine, the captain of the port of Pernamibueo says he learns that the raider sank also the "hips regarded as cap- tured. Their crews, whose fate is unknown, number 441 men. "British official circles ap- pear to believe this version. It is stated that the raider embarked these crews on the Yarrowdale, whi-ch waig orderd to make for land, and it is supposed that their landing is imminent. l't is now known that the St. Theodore. which was yesterday reported sunk, has been converted into a comtoerce raider. The Chambers of Comnierce Consulates at Pernaimbuco are taking steps to ascertain the fate of the crews. I THE LOST VESSELS. I The vessels sunk are of large tonnage: The Dramatist, 5,415 tons; the Radnorshire, 4,310 Voltaire, 8,618; Netherly Hall, 4.461; Mount Temple, 9,792: Georgic, 10,077; Nantes, 2,679; Asnieres, 3,103 tons. The better part of 100,000 tons of sh' iig appears to ha.ve b?<m sunk or cap- t,ugr in a month. J. ?, _??,. MORE VESSELS SUNK. i Lloyd's report that the British steamer Auchencrag, the Danish steatmer Ormsk, and the British sailing vessel Kinpumey, of London, have been sunk. t4.. "i

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