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  3. SEARCH FOR THE MISSING VE[?]

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  4. THE WIRELESS DISGRACE

    In this great calamity the public realised how the Federal Government are making a terrible. fiasco of the wireless installations. A[?]though the ...

    Article : 283 words
  5. PASSENGERS AND CREW

    The following is a list of the passengers who booked at Fremantle, by the Koombana for ports beyond Port Hedland, and who are presumed to have ...

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  6. A CURIOUS COINCIDENCE

    Assuming with the greatest sorrow and reluctance that the Koombana and all on board her have come to an untimely end, it will be a sad ...

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  7. —MAP— SHOWING LOCALITY —OF— LAST WEEK'S CYCLONE DISASTER.

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  8. SOME OF THE PASSENGERS

    Now that it appears more than pro[?]able that the Koombana no longer [?]ts, the personality of the passengers who most likely have shared her ...

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  9. THE FAR NORTH BARRED

    It is certainly worthy of mention that when the Adelaide Company's steamers first ran to the Nor"-West the months of December, January. February and ...

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  10. A ROEBOURNE REPOST.

    Last week we published a telegram, which unfortunately proved to be incorrect, that the Koombana was safe at Derby. This information was ...

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  12. THE CYCLONE'S HEAVY TOLL

    The following is an approximate list of the vessels wre[?]ked or lost, though this may have to be added to as more complete details of the disaster come ...

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  13. CAPTAIN TOM ALLE[?]

    Captain Tom Allen, the skipper of the s.s Koombana, about whose fate so much misgiving is felt, is undoubtedly one of the most popular of the ...

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  14. THE LOSS OF LIFE

    It is impossible at the present stage to accurately estimate the number of lives lost, as the telegrams so far received are rather contradictory on this ...

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