The abbreviated bark "Rin-Tin-Tin", the flagship of the G.N.&A. Society's late Tibetan expedition,
Captain Hamilton Barca commanding, is shown tied up to the Battery in New York, where it, with little fanfare,
arrived late today.
On board is a curious, unknown cargo which, we are told, will be made known, shortly, to investors only.
P, />When asked what became of the expedition's other two ships, the iron-clad "Ferric-Oxide" and the
bireme "Roman Orgy", Captain Barca explained that they were lost whil trying to pass Gibralter
on the right while traveling at ultra high speeds.
Sir Orkney Urrd, late leader of the G.N.H.&A., feared lost in Gibralter aboard "Ferric-Oxide"