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CT-R LONDON LETTEE.

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LIABILITY OF INFANT TRACERS.

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A BRAVE GIRL

PASSENGERS ALARMED.

. PRISONER'S DARING ESCAPE..

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ILONELY WIDOW'S DEATH.

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I LONELY WIDOW'S DEATH. The Brighten police were notified on Mon- dav morning that a strong smell of gas was proceeding from a house, in (teenville-place, and that attempts to rouse the occupier had failed. An entrance was forced, and it was discovered that gas was -escaping from ail the jéls of ;I stove, and that the occupier, Mrs. Mason, was lying dead in the upper part of the house. The chimney of the bed- room had been stopped by means of a. blanket. A dog, Mrs. Mason's sole com- panion,, was also dead. Mrs. Mason, a widow, carried on a confectioner's business j and had worried over the failure to recover some loans to friends. She had also com- plained of bad trade and of her loneliness.

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