The Volturno Ship Disaster - October 1913

The Volturno Ship Disaster - October 1913

The Philadelphia Inquirer

submitted by Arnold Graboyes   © 2001 by Jan Daamen


  ROTTERDAM, Holland, Oct. 14. - Captain Tinsley, the agent of the Uranium Line, declares today that the reports of a plot against the vessels of the line published in Europe and America are absolutely untrue.  He said:
  "I never said a word to anybody relative to a letter having been received by the company threatening to burn the ship."

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