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  2. PARLIAMENT. State Houses.

    The first session of the new State Parliament was opened yesterday morning. There was a large attendance of members of both the Legislativ[?] Council and the Legislative ...

    Article : 226 words
  3. ON BOARD THE TAHITI

    Passengers on board the R.M.S. Tahiti were stunned by the suddenness of the happening. They spoke to one another in awed whispers, speech vainly endeavouring to overtake ...

    Article : 938 words
  4. FINE RESCUE WORK.

    Tho heroic efforts to rescue passengers of the steamer were described by Mr. H. Hay, of Clifton, who was a passenger on the Kummulla[?] one of the first of the ferry-boats to ...

    Article : 236 words
  5. THE DISASTER ON SYDNEY HARBOUR.

    THE TAHITI AND GREYCLIFFE IN COLLISION. Drawing by Mr. John Allcot, from descriptions by eye-witnesses. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 20 words
  6. SANK IN FEW SECONDS.

    Little did passengers who left Circular Quay by the 4.10 p.m. ferry for Taronga Park wharf expect that practically before their eyes was to be enacted the direst tragedy in the ...

    Article : 703 words
  7. SCHOOLBOYS.

    Seated at the stern of the boat were four schoolboys. Leslie Brook, Ken Horler (son of the town clerk of Vaucluse), K. Berliner, and R. Fairweathers. Horler. when seen last ...

    Article : 610 words
  8. IN THE ASSEMBLY.

    A good deal of public interest was centred in the proceedings in the Legislative Assembly, the galleries being well-filled with visitors, including many ladies. ...

    Article : 2,310 words
  9. UNDAMAGED.

    Sometime after the collision the Tahiti was taken to an anchorage near Shark Island. A radio message was sent to Mr. C. H Hughes, general manager of the Union S.S. Co. at ...

    Article : 176 words
  10. MISSING DOCTORS.

    Among those who were believed to have been on board the ferry, and who are missing, were three medical men, Dr. Charles W. Reid, of The Crescent, Vaucluse (chief ...

    Article : 500 words
  11. SEARCH FOR BODIES.

    Captain Carter, chief officer of the Harbour Trust[?] Fire Brigade, who proceeded to the scene with a staff of men on the Pluvius[?] said that the superstructure of the ...

    Article : 200 words
  12. SCHOOLBOY'S PLUNGE

    Jack Pfleffer, a Sydney Grammar School boy, was one of the few passengers on the Greycliffe who anticipated the collision and jumped overboard before the actual impact ...

    Article : 136 words
  13. CRUSHED TO PIECES.

    Mr. J. S. Bithel, employed at Garden Island, and a resident of Watson's Bay, said, that he was not among those who believed that the Greycliffe was cut in half[?] The impact ...

    Article : 331 words
  14. UNLUCKY TAHITI.

    As the Tahiti was casting off from No. 5 wharf, Darling Harbour, at ubout 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon, a young woman on the wharf, who was bidding farewell to a friend[?] ...

    Article : 94 words
  15. THE WRECKAGE.

    To a late hour last evening small vessels of the Harbour Trust were engaged in removing the wreckage which was drifting in the path of the Athol, Clifton, and Manly ferry ...

    Article : 174 words
  16. GREAT CONFUSION.

    Another survivor[?] Mr. S. C. Whalley, of Watson's Bay, a motor engineer, at Garden Island, said that the Tahiti went through the Greycliffe as easily as a man would break a ...

    Article : 167 words
  17. THE LANDING.

    The open space in front of the naval offices at Man-o'-War Steps was turned into a temporary casualty station when passengers from the Greycliffe were landed there. The ...

    Article : 648 words
  18. FETTLER'S RESCUE.

    A dramatic story of the disaster was related by Mr. J. Corby, one of the survivors, who was picked up by the Kummulla. Trembling violently, and with bleeding face, the first ...

    Article : 377 words
  19. PLUCKY DECK-HAND.

    Mrs. W. F. Sully, of Fitzwilliam-street, Vaucluse, and her daughter. Nurse Sully, of the Royal Alexandra Hospital, were among the rescued, although the condition of Mrs. Sully ...

    Article : 85 words
  20. CHIEF PETTY OFFICER.

    Among those killed in the collision was Mr. William Edwin Renton. Chief Petty Officer of H.M.A.S. Penguin. He was returning from Garden Island, where he had been on duty ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 93 words
  21. CAUGHT IN THE VORTEX.

    Mr. A. V. Keane, of Vaucluse-road. Vaucluse, was one of the last of the Greycliffe's passengers to be picked up, and was one of the first to land at Man-o'-War Steps. He was in the ...

    Article : 289 words
  22. Advertising

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    Advertising : 9 words
  23. SEEN FROM THE WOOLLAHRA.

    Mr. Stevenson, assistant secretary to the Vaucluse and Nielson Park Trust, was a passenger on the ferry Woollahra, which left Nielsen Park, at 4.10 p.m. That ferry stood ...

    Article : 144 words
  24. INDEX.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 126 words
  25. SISTERS KILLED.

    Mr. Williams resided with her husband at Onslow-street. Vaucluse. With her sister, Mrs. Terry, who was on a visit from Victoria; she was included among the fatalities. ...

    Article : 89 words
  26. LUCKY FIREMAN.

    Mr. Alfred Norman Dean, of Watson's Bay, who was fireman on the Greycliffe, counts himself as very lucky, as he was on deck when the collision occurred. "All I seem to ...

    Article : 130 words
  27. GOVERNOR'S SYMPATHY.

    The State Governor (Sir Dudley de Chair) last evening sent the following letter to the Premier (Mr. Bavin):— "Dear Mr. Bavin.—Lady de Chair and I ...

    Article : 165 words
  28. Advertising

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    Advertising : 216 words
  29. MISSING MAN.

    Mr. C. Wolfe, of 5 Fitzwilliam-road, Vaucluse, is missing from his home and is believed to have been a passenger by the Greycliffe. Mrs. Wolfe and a sister had been ...

    Article : 92 words
  30. SCHOOLBOY'S BRAVERY.

    Praise of the action of Robert Ewing[?] a lad of 16[?] who is now in Sydney Hospital, was heard in many quarters for effecting the rescue of one of his fellow passengers, ...

    Article : 77 words
  31. SURVIVORS ON FERRY

    Distressing scenes were witnessed by hundreds of people when the ferry boat Kummulla put into the Mosman wharf at Circular Quay shortly before 5 o'clock with a number of ...

    Article : 222 words
  32. AT SYDNEY HOSPITAL.

    Seldom have the resources of the Sydney Hospital been so sorely taxed. As soon as the injured were landed at various places round the Harbour, they were rushed in ...

    Article : 262 words
  33. SUDDEN TRAGEDY.

    Mr. R. K. Angus, a recent arrival from New Zealand, was an eye witness of the accident He was ou board the first boat that went to the scene, and assisted in rescuing ...

    Article : 222 words
  34. MOTHER SEES SON IN PERIL.

    Mrs. K. Carruthers, of Wentworth-road[?] Vaucluse, who was on a Watson's Bay ferry travelling to the Quay after the collision, saw her young son, Jim[?] in the water clinging ...

    Article : 86 words
  35. TO-DAY.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 144 words
  36. REFERENCES.

    Expressions of sincere sympathy with the bereaved and with those who had suffered injury as the result of the disaster were made in the Legislative Assembly yesterday afternoon ...

    Article : 63 words
  37. GREYCLIFFE'S MASTER.

    The master of the Greycliffe, Mr. W. T[?] Harnes, was removed to his home, suffering from the effects of immersion and shock. When a reporter called at his home late last night ...

    Article : 60 words
  38. LABOUR COUNCIL'S SYMPATHY

    The Labour Council last night passed a resolution of sympathy with the relatives of the victims of the harbour disaster. The motion was carried in silence, all delegates standing ...

    Article : 38 words
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