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SAVED TWO BROTHERS.

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SAVED TWO BROTHERS. At Goole on Monday Thomas Johnson, a young labourer, was charged with attempting to commit suicide by hanging himself from a tree in Jerry-lane, Old Goole. He was seen and cut down by Walter Shaw, a cycle racer, of Goole, who applied artificial respiration for twenty minutes. The man was unconscious at first, but afterwards recovered. It appeared that prisoner had had a quarrel with his sweet- heart. Mr John Taylor (to Shaw) What made you try artificial respiration ? Shaw I am an athlete, and at times I have had to use the method. I knew the lad, be- cause I saved his younger brother from drown- ing when he was four years old. The magistrates bound Johnson over to be of good behaviour for six months, and com- mended Shaw on his promptitude in saving the young man's life.

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