SAFETY

19 items found relating to : Safety

Guernsey Evening Press MR. J. DUQUEMIN
c/o Porgos, St. Sampson, Guernsey. Reported Saved. News was received at noon today of the safety of Mr. Joseph Duquemin. Mr. Joseph Duquemin, of Portgrat, Vale, a quarryman, aged about 30. He accompanied M...
1912
Cornishman SAFETY OF A HAYLE MAN - MR. SAMUEL RULE
Capt. Rule of Hayle, has received a telegram from his niece announcing the safety of his brother, Mr. Samuel Rule, chief steward of the Titanic. The telegram reads as follows:- ‘Anfield, Liverpool,-To Rule, Carnsew, Hayle. Fat...
18th April 1912
Jersey Journal ONLY 1 OF 10 IN PARTY ON TITANIC SAVED
One of the fortunate survivors of the ill-fated steamship Titanic...
22nd April 1912
Chicago Examiner HOPE FOR THE SAFETY OF MISSING PASSENGERS
BULLETIN        New York, April 17 (Wednesday), 1:30 A.M.---A vague hope for the safety of some of the missing passengers was given last night by the captain of the tramp steamer Ultonia, whic...
17th April 1912
Southport Guardian BIRKDALE LADY ON THE TITANIC
When the terrible news of the fatal accident to the great sea giant who started so happily on her maiden voyage so lately, our prayers and thoughts were especially with one of the passengers, Miss Lily Bonnell, of Welbeck-road, Birkdale, and ou...
17th April 1912
Guernsey Evening Press MR. J. DUQUEMIN
The relations of Mr. Joseph Duquemin, reported to be one of the survivors of the Titanic Disaster, have not yet heard from him direct, but yesterday a letter was received from the White Star line's Southampton Office, confirming the telegram sent on ...
20th April 1912
Washington Times MISS GRACIE HEARS FATHER IS AMONG PASSENGERS SAVED
Capital Resident Said to Be Aboard the Carpathia With Others Taken From the Titanic --- STEAMER IS NOW HEADED FOR SOME AMERICAN PORT --- Col. Archibald Gracie, 1627 Sixteenth street, is saved from the wreck of the Titanic ...
16th April 1912
Torquay Directory LETTER FROM HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN
The Late Mr. Forbes Julian.-Mrs. Forbes Julian has been honoured by receiving a gracious letter of sympathy from her Majesty the Queen from Buckingham Palace. It reads: “Her Majesty feels very much for you in the irreparable loss which you have su...
8th May 1912
Clare Journal THE TITANIC DISASTER
A telegram received in Ennis during the week confirmed the worst fears that had been entertained as to the safety of a young man named Martin McMahon, from the Craigbrien district, about five miles from Ennis. It was known...
29th April 1912
Castle Carey Visitor CARYITES ON BOARD
The loss of the Titanic has been keenly felt in Castle Cary: as apart from its being a National Disaster, there were a number of Caryites on board. Mr. Sam Herman, for many years a butcher in the town, and for some years proprietor of the Britannia H...
April 1912