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I SHOCKING SCENES. I THRILLING STORIES OF GALLANTRY. I INQUEST ON BODIES. Tho first official intimation of the sinking by an enemy submarine of the Etder-Dempster liner A pa pa (7832 tons gros-j register), though known for somo days in North Wales was made on Wednesday afternoon in the House of Lords. The Elder-Dempster liner Apapa, with pas- sengers and mails, was torpedoed and sunk last week off t -j Welsh coast. She carried about 160 passengers und over a hundred crew. I QUESTIONS IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS. Viscount Templeton asked the Government if it was true that the naval escort was withdrawn irom tin; Apapa, lately torpedoed, when in or near the critical zone of her port of arrival. Tho Earl of Lytton said tho circumstances in which the Apapa was lost were nqt those de- scribed in the question. He could not state \vha,r- the circumstances were, because it was not desirable to make public the arrangements made by the Admiralty for the protection of ships. If the noble lord desired, he would furnish him "the facts in confidence. I TEtAVBLLIXG IN FULL MOONLIGHT. I The vessel was travelling in full moonlight when first struck. It was the second torpedo which did the greatest damage. The women and children were first lowered into the boats, and as the boats pulled away it is stat.vj that they also were shelled by the submarine and majiy casual ties resulted. Of this, however the sur- y i.. ors are reported to have no reliable confirma- tion.

I STORIES OF SURVIVORS.I

INQUEST ON RECOVEREDI BODIES.…

A TRIP TO IRELAND INTERRUPTEDI

EXECUTION OF SOLDIERSI

:NEW RECTOR OF LLANIESTYNI

NATIONAL WAR BONDS FOR MAMMA.…

CARNARVONSHIRE AND ANGLESEY…

RAILWAY SETTLEMENT I

FALLEN OFFICERS.

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