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THE LOSS OF' THE LOCH VENNACHAR.
The following list of the officers and crew of the ship Loch Vennachar, recently lost with all hands on the south coast of Kanga- roo Island, has been received by the English mail — W.S.Hawkins (master), Glasgow;
James Priest (mate), North Shields; Charles Radcliffe (second mate), U.S.A.; Fred W. Lake (third mate), Melbourne; James Reid (carpenter), Dumbarton; W. Molseed (steward), Greenock; W. McLean (cook), Glasgow: R. Simpson (sailmaker), Greenock; Eugen Broberg (A.B.). Stock- holm; Donald Mathieson (A.B.). Skye;.A. Anderson (A.B.), Kragero: E. McEwan (A.H.), Greenock: Thomas Anderson (AM.), Arandel; Hugh Humphreys (A.B.J, Portmadoc; Alexander Dunlop (A.B.), Rothesay: M. Jenson (A.B.). Aarhus; David Ransom (A.B.), Bergen; K. Holden (A.R.), Newark. N.J.; John Bickle (A.B.); Edin- burgh; William Barry (A.B.), Adelaide; Edward McPhie (O.S.), Morven; William Turnbull (O.S.), Grangemouth; William Martin (O.S.), Glasgow; Joseph W. Had- ley (apprentice), Wivenhoe; Thomas W. Pearce (apprentice), Southampton; D. S. B Thomson (apprentice). Melbourne; Horace Eastweed (apprentice), Knot- tmaker.