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|PRISONERS OF WAR. BOUND FOR THURSDAY ISLAND. FREMANTLE, April 23. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Saturday 24 April 1915 page Article||2013-11-12 14:13||I PRISONERS OF WAR.
On bauld the steamet Uganda, which
.»Hived at Ftemuutle jcsteidaj, aiq
60 Gol mau pnsoneis who aie being
taken to Thuisday Islind fiom Singn
poio The pilsoncm aie under a müitaiy
guard, di an n fiom tho l'ourth Shrop-
shire Regiment ol Tcintonuls, who,
since tho outbieak of the ivu, hare
been stationed in the Tai East Included
among tho pnsoneis no i niunbci of
Goiman naval icservists who weie solv-
ing on two of tho eolbeis which vvoio in
attendanco on tho Burnell ift< i being
ciptuied 'Ibej were tikento Singapote
and intoined theic with i number of
othei Gumins \ustiims ind lurks
Ahead) 300 Gcimin pnsoners who
vveio interned at Singapore hive been
sent on to Thmsdiv Islind in Sydney,
among them being i mun bei oí siilois
from tho Linden
During the icccnl niutinv of an In-
dian nvtno loginient in Sin^jpoic i
hugo uumbei of Gciman piisoncrs made
then escapo, but most of them wero
subsequently cipturccl At the timo of
tho mutin j the Sluopshirc Regiment
w ns stationed it R mgoon and they
wero immediately bl ought down to
Singa polo to issist in fjuelhng the
mutmj Accoiding to some of the men
tho mutmi w as pin t of a deep 1-iul iilot
on the part of tho Germins m Singa-
pore When the barracks of the mutin-
ous legiment weie if forwards search-
ed a l?rgo quantity of gold was found
FREMANTLE, April 23. ^
|PRISONERS OF WAR.
On board the steamer Uganda, which
arrived at Fremantle yesterday, are
60 German prisoners who are being
taken to Thursday Isliand fiom Singa-
pore. The prisoners are under a military
guard, drawn from the F'ourth Shrop-
shire Regiment of Territorials, who,
since the outbreak of thewar, have
been stationed in the Far East. Included
among the prisoners are a number of
German naval reservists who were serv-
ing on two of tho colliers which were in
attendance on the Emden after being
captured. Theywere taken to Singapore
and interned there witha number of
other Germans, Austrians and Turks.
Already 300 German prisoners who
were interned at Singapore have been
sent on to Thursday Island via Sydney,
among them beinga number of sailors
from the Emden.
During the recent mutiny of an In-
dian native regiment in Singapore a
large number of German prisoners made
their escape, but most of them were
subsequently captured. At the time of
tho mutiny the Shropshire Regiment
was stationed at Rangoon and they
were immediately brought down to
Singapore to assist in quelling the
mutiny. According to some of the men
the mutiny was part of a deep laid plot
on the part of the Germans in Singa-
pore. When the barracks of the mutin-
ous regiment were afterwards search-
ed a large quantity of gold was found
FREMANTLE, April 23.
|SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVALS.—May 13. (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Thursday 13 May 1915 page Article||2013-11-12 13:47||IOOKING FOR SUBMARINES.
baptain W. B. Cow, of the steamer Uganda,
a well-known- trader to Australian ports, writ
trg to a friend in Fremautle from Naples on
March 25,' aays:-"I have had a bit of crasing
.oEfar'have esresed the pirates, submarines and
mines. The Germans' eubmsines - e are all
looking for noaw, but they seem sare. It.is
the luck to sinl one. I never left the bridge
thin time . coming down'the North Sea and
Channel, keeping my eyes skinned for one, bhut.
bad luck to it, my lack was out. Let's hope
for bqtter luck os the homeward voyage. I
,holiday." A well-known shipping journal in
skipper of the first vessel of the British mercan.
'tile marine to sink a German submarine.
|LOOKING FOR SUBMARINES.
Captain W. B. Cow, of the steamer Uganda,
a well-known- trader to Australian ports, writ-
ing to a friend in Fremantle from Naples on
March 25, says:-"I have had a bit of cruising
so far'have esscaped the pirates, submarines and
mines. The Germans' submarines - we are all
looking for now, but they seem scacre. It.is
the luck to sink one. I never left the bridge
this time . coming down the North Sea and
Channel, keeping my eyes skinned for one, but.
bad luck to it, my luck was out. Let's hope
for better luck on the homeward voyage. I
holiday." A well-known shipping journal in
skipper of the first vessel of the British mercan-
tile marine to sink a German submarine.
|SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVALS.—April 24. (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Monday 26 April 1915 page Article||2013-11-12 13:41||the s.s. Uganda, having discharged her Pie
Eastern btates at noon on Saturday.
|the s.s. Uganda, having discharged her Fre-
Eastern states at noon on Saturday.
|SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVALS.—April 29. (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Saturday 24 April 1915 page Article||2013-11-12 13:38||' A represmntative of the BL L J1e9 i the s6
! Ugspdn arrived from Calcutta during the fo..
noon yesterda).aud berthed at shd. She has
a fair qusitity o'ecasgo for th te, ad will
prqbably ,resume her voyage seasward same
"UGAIlDA FBOM 'ALCUTTA.'
|' A representative of the BL Line in the ss.
Uganda arrived from Calcutta during the fore-
noon yesterday and berthed at B shed. She has
a fair quantity of cargo for this State, and will
probably resume her voyage eastward some
UGANDA FROM CALCUTTA
|SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVALS.—April 13. (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Wednesday 14 April 1915 page Article||2013-11-12 13:31||The A.U..N. Co., local agents fur the BE
Lie, hse received word that the sn; Uganda
OMBAH FROM LONDON.
|The A.U..N. Co., local agents for the BE
Line, has received word that the ss. Uganda
OMRAH FROM LONDON.
|EMDEN PRISONERS. (Article), The Muswellbrook Chronicle (NSW : 1898 - 1955), Wednesday 19 April 1916 page Article||2013-11-12 12:15||Aii officer of the late German cruis
er Emden and another prisoner es
|An officer of the late German cruis-
er Emden and another prisoner es-
|SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVALS.—April 24. (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Monday 26 April 1915 page Article||2013-11-12 11:57||Jynd, Government fishing steamer, from Shark!
from the Essern States. Mellwraith and
|Fynd, Government fishing steamer, from Sharks
from the Essern States. McIlwraith and
|LAUNCESTON. ARRIVED—April 27. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Wednesday 28 April 1915 page Article||2013-11-12 11:50||Arrived.-April 23: Uganda, s.S., from Cal
|Arrived.-April 23: Uganda, s.s., from Cal-
|SHIPPING. PORT OF FREMANTLE. ARRIVALS.—March 2. (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Friday 3 March 1916 page Article||2013-11-12 11:45||Uganda, .s., 4,257 tons, Captain Gow, for
||Uganda, s.s. 4,257 tons, Captain Gow, for
|SHIPPING PORT OF FREMANTLE THIS DAY. ARRIVED. (Article), The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), Friday 23 April 1915 page Article||2013-11-12 11:42||...... ' ARRIVED. :
»au, from Bunbury. Melbourne SjS.
? UGANDA, s.s,, 3,431 tons, from Coi
cutta. A.U,S.N. Co,, Ltd,, agent.
SHIPPING ,. .
KUKNAliPI, 494 tons, Capt Rant
THIS DAY. '
sau, from Bunbury. Melbourne SS.
UGANDA, s.s,, 5,431 tons, from Cal-
cutta. A.U.S.N. Co., Ltd., agent.
PORT OF FREMANTLE
KURNALPI, 494 tons, Capt Rant-
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