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I S.S. Cork Torpedoed. I 12 LIVES LOST. Survivors Landed at Pembrokeshire! Port. survivors of the s.s. Cork, an Irish vessel which was sunk by an enemy submarine, were landed at a Pembrokeshire port on Satur- day morning. All the passengers, numbering seven, and ■ five members of the New of 35 lost their lives, and the survivors when they landed had lost: all their effects and were scantill clad. "DTSrVLTT TXT rm*T/~v *a \TTV « A XI* Lviv A-N- C5AJSK IN FOUR .IJ"'V.ü..J:. U'j J.. MINUTES. IN FOUR! Tn+A""Tat"L"It.r1 V\*r « J -A* i JT' ^V  -? ° ???ti"?MV€, tne chIef! steward said the first intimation he had of any- thing wrong was when a torpedo struck the ship amidships and crashed through the engine-room. The vessel was hit with such force that she broke in two and sank in four minutes. The disaster happened between 1 and 2 o clock in the morning, and it was only pos- sible to launch twooats, the others being smashed. "Just before the disaster happened," he added, "I was talking to the stewardess, who said it was such a dirty night that she did not think any danger was to be feared, and she was going to turn in. I did not agree with her but she said 'Good-night,' and went to her cabin. She had no chance of escape then, as sit was impossible to get to her. then, as widow with two children, and had been in the service of the Company for nearly 40 years. But for the magnificent conduct of the chief officer I firmly believe we should have all gone to the bottom. He was in bed at the time, and came on deck in his nighit attire, but he did not seen to mind that, and r shall never forget his gallant conduct when the boats were being got out."

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