A Romanian newspaper from April 1912 covers the Titanic's sinking, and mentions, in contrast to the orderly evacuation of the ship, the not so orderly evacuation of another (Note that the date is the 6th of April 1912, due to Romania using a different calendar back then. By the new calendar rules it should be the 19th of April 1912. The article in question is the one below "1400 de morti!" i.e. "1400 dead!", on the front page).
It says the ship sank "a few years ago". It highlights the chaotic behavior of the passengers, explicitly mentioning them using knives to make their way (through other passengers) to the lifeboats.
Which ship could the article be referring to?