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JA SELF-MADE MAN.

A POLICEMAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT.

THE ALLEGED EXTENSIVE SMUGGLING…

THE MURDER OF PROFESSOR PALMER…

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FATAL SNOWSLIP IN AMERICA.I

DESTRUCTION OF A NEW YORK…

THE LOSS OF THE "CIMBRIA."

CHARGE OF MURDER AGAINST A…

APPREHENDED ON A WEDDING MORNING.

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SHOCKING ATTEMPT AT SUICIDE.

ENGLISH UNIONISTS AND FRENCH…

SAD RAILWAY FATALITY.

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SAD RAILWAY FATALITY. Miss Brown, a lady aged 32 years, whose home is believed to be in Leeds, and who has recently been living as governess with Mr. G. Gent, of the Grove, Ilkley, recently met with a very shocking death at the Crossgates Station, near Leeds. The young lady had been, it is believed, to make some engagement with a lady at Crossgates. Having transacted her business, she returned to the station, where a passenger train from Leeds was standing. She waited till it moved away, and then endeavoured to walk across the lines to be ready for the train for home, when a fast luggage train dashed up unobserved by Miss Brown, knocked her down, and ran over her. The body when picked up was frightfully mutilated, the head and lower limbs being almost com- pletely severed. The remains were conveyed to the Travellers' Inn, to await an inquest.

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