No Sign Of Wreck

Worcester Telegram

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Steamer Bruce Sends One Brief Message Reporting Storms.

By the Associated Press


ST.JOHN'S, N.F., April 17.- Henry Duff Reid, vice president of the Reid Newfoundland Co., owner of the steamer Bruce, said he has received only one message from the vessel since it left St. John's yesterday for North Sydney. The message read: "Midnight, 20 miles west of Cape Pine. Weather stormy. Nothing of Titanic tragedy."

Sir Ralph Williams, governor of Newfoundland, says he has been unable to learn anything regarding the disaster except what was contained in the dispatches which have been published in the press.

Sir Ralph has had an exhaustive inquiry made at every available point in an endeavor to obtain details, presumably for the British government.

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Julie Dowen

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Encyclopedia Titanica (2004) No Sign Of Wreck (Worcester Telegram, Thursday 18th April 1912, ref: #3001, published 2 June 2004, generated 20th June 2021 03:31:09 AM); URL : https://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/no-sign-wreck.html