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  8. HOW HEROES DIED.

    As further details are made available regarding the sinking of the White Star Company's mammoth liner Titanic, the feeling of horror created ...

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  9. DARDANELLES.

    An explanation has been given by the Italian Government of the reason for the bombardment of the forts at the entrance to the Dardanelles. ...

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  11. TITANIC'S CAPTAIN

    The report that Captain Smith, the master of the vessel, and the chief engineer committed suicide by shooting themselves, has not been confirmed. ...

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  12. OTHER DETAILS

    The New York "World" publishes many details of the disaster which have been supplied by the Titanic's passengers. ...

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  13. LATE MR STEAD.

    A memorial service in connection with the death of Mr W. T. Stead, editor of the "Review of Reviews," was held in the Carnegie Hall today. ...

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  14. COAL STRIKE.

    A sum of £400 collected by "the Press" at Christchurch, New Zealand, was recently forwarded for the relief of sufferers by the coal strike in Great ...

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  15. NOT ON TITANIC.

    Among the names of passengers given in a cable message yesterday as missing, was that of Mr George Eastman, managing director of the Kodak ...

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  16. GALLANT OFFICER.

    One of the Titanic's passengers describes the brave conduct of Mr Lowe, the fifth officer on the Titanic. He saved many lives by warning the ...

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  17. STRUGGLE FOR LIFE

    Colonel Archibald Grade tells a remarkably graphic story of his thrilling experiences. He states that as the Titanic ...

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  18. OFFICERS' LOVE AFFAIR.

    A duel between two German army officers has ended tragically. Lieutenant Von Heeringen, a nephew of General Von Heeringen, the German ...

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  19. THE TOTALISATOR.

    The totalisator is to be given a good trial in connection with horse racing in Bombay and Poona. It has been officially decided to try for ...

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  20. GREAT MILLIONAIRE.

    The death of Mr John Jacob Astor, the American multi-millionaire, who was one of the Titanic's passengers, has caused a sensation in social and ...

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  21. THE NATION'S GRIEF.

    Sir Thomas Crosby, Lord Mayor of London, members of the Cabinet, am[?]sadors, representatives of shipping, companies, and 5000 others, including ...

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  22. CAPTAIN'S GLASSES STOLEN.

    Captain Daniel Fearor., master of the tug-boat Racer, reported to the Williamstown police last night that while his steamer was lying at the new pier a ...

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  23. PARTED BY DEATH

    One of the most pathetic incidents in connection with the disaster was the drowning of Mr Daniel Marvin, a wealthy resident of New York, who ...

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