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REGISTRATION OF NURSES.

A "DRINKER OF WATER."

JUDGE REPROVES DOCTORS.

FATAL EXPERIMENT.

FATAL COLLIERY DISASTER.

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COAL CRISIS. 'J c

BISHOP V. VICAR,

A CONFESSION OF MURDER.

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A CONFESSION OF MURDER. A man who gave the name of Harold Hall went into Bridewell Police-station, Bristol, on Sunday niaht, and said that he had com. to surrender himself for the murder of the iprl Kitty Roman, who was found dead in aer room in Miller's court, Spitalfields, London, on July 2. In a detailed statement he said: "1 went with her to a room at the top of the house. I asked her to light the gas. She replied there was none. She asked me to1 light a candle. I struck a match, and found ? £ a candle on the mantelpiece at the side of the bed. I turned ray head round and saw her drawing her hand from my inside coat pocket. I said, 'Is that your game?' At the same time I flew at her in a rage and strangled her, and thrust the knife in the side of her neck." The man when brought up in court oil Monday made no answer to the charge. He was remanded pending the arrival of Scot-- land Yard detectives. The Bristol police be- lieve that the confession is genuine.

STRANGE INCURABLE DISEASE,

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