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Date: 13 February 1917.

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SUNK BY THE ENEMY.

MORE BRITISH AND NEUTRAL VESSELS GO DOWN.

The following is to-day's list of vessels reported by Lloyd’s as having been sunk:—

Netherlee— steamer, 4.227 tons, of Glasgow, owned by Messrs. J. Greenlees and Co.

Voltaire —steamer, 469 tons, of Liverpool,

Olivia—small steamer, of Portneath, Cornwall.

Vasilissa Olga—-Greek steamer, 1,400 tons. Sunk by submarine. Crew landed.

Ostrich —trawler of Hartlepool. The crew of nine, who have now landed, state that their vessel was attacked without warning and that they were shelled in their open boat.

Lycia—steamer Cunard Line, 2,715 tons. The crew were all saved.

Ada- brigantine; sunk by gunfire from an enemy submarine without warning. The crew have been landed.

Aghios Spyridan- Greek steamer; sunk by submarine. All except five of the crew were drowned.

Source: "SUNK BY THE ENEMY. MORE BRITISH AND NEUTRAL VESSELS GO DOWN." Leeds Mercury. 13 February. 1917. 4.

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