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29th Dec.Both vessels effecting repairs to engines & boilers, no steam on Wolfs Engines, painting ship outside.30th Dec.645 p.m. Both ships got under way, steaming 5 ½ knots N by E. only one boiler working on "Wolf"2nd Jany 1918Still proceeding same speed, ship still listed to port on account of leak on starboard side.3rd Jany.several prisoners & crew suffering from scurvy4th Jany.10 A.M. passed four masted sailing ship bound west. 1.30 pm "Wolf" turned round & went back after the ship & captured her. She was a Norweigian ship, bought from British owners in 1913.11.30 pm Sunk her after taking crew & stores. Name of ship "Storebroder" in ballast Beira[?] to Rio, 37 days6th Jany.1pm. "Wolf" signalled collier & both went ahead full speed.10th Jany.600 pm Made fast alongside collier & commenced bunkering, ships bumping heavily all night.0° 30'S - 26° 00' W.
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