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Titanic Survivor Charged

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Titanic Survivor Charged

Post by Karen on Thu 19 Apr 2012 - 21:39


Accused of breaking the glass of a fire alarm in Mare-street, Hackney, John Dilley, a ship's fireman, who is one of the survivors of the Titanic disaster, appeared at the North London court yesterday.
A constable told the magistrate that, when arrested, Dilley said he slipped. He had been drinking, but was not drunk.
Dilley said that he was on the Titanic at the time of the disaster, and his nerves had been shaken.
Mr. Hedderwick said it was a serious thing to interfere with a fire-alarm post, but, fortunately for Dilley, the alarm was not given. He should have thought that if Dilley had been aboard the Titanic, it would have been enough to sober him for the rest of his life. Fined 5s., with 8d., the damage, or five days.

Source: Lloyd's Weekly News, July 21, 1912, Page 2

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