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Date: 15 June 1917

Transcript:

TORPEDOED.—Messrs. J. Mathias, Terrace-road, received information on Monday that one of their ships, commanded by Captain Enos, Gerymor, North-road, had been sunk in the Mediterranean. The captain was taken prisoner. Ivor Cowley was the only Aberystwyth person, beside Captain Enos, on board, and he with the rest of the crew has been landed safely. This is the second time Cowley has been on a ship that has been torpedoed.


Source:
'Torpedoed.' The Cambrian News and Welsh Farmers' Gazette. 15 June 1917. 8.

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