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FAIR WHITE HANDS

THE LORD LIEUTENANT OF IRELAND.

LATEST AND TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.

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LATEST AND TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Observer Office, Friday, 2.30 p.m. [PRESS ASSOCIATION TELEGRAMS, &C.] COLLIERY EXPLOSION. LOSS OF LIFE. An explosion occurred at eight o'clock lasfc I night at Lilly Lane Colliery, Bryn, near Wigan. The night shift consisted of about nine men. A blast of wind knocked thent down, rendering them insensible. Alarm being raised Mr Isaac James, manager, antt Mr Grimke, mining engineer, descended with a party, and, according to the best information obtainable, found one man dead. Two others, John Harrison, and Peter Clare, are undis- covered, with little hope of rescue. Four others were brought up suffering from gas ani bruises. The explosion was felt at Edge Hill Colliery, which communicates with° Lilly Lane, a mile distant. In a later telegram the Press Association Newton-le-Willows correspondent says that the explosion at Bryn Colliery, near Wigan, has thus far resulted in the loss of one life, and two other men are still entombed, with little chance of being rescued.

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