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FORTY LIVES LOST.

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WASHED OFF THE ROCKS. A party of visitors staying at Mullion, Corn wall, consisting of Miss Hevward, Miss Kigge. Mr. Percival Sbadbolt, and Mr. Osmond Shadbolt, his son, were walking on the cliffs between Mullion and Kvnance, on Monday, and being expert climbers descended the steep cliff known as Villan Head. There they seated themselves on a rock near the •water's edge. Suddenly a great, wave was seen approaching, and SlitObolt ;lii(I Ili.s Heyward rose to retreat, but before they could get. away were swept, into the sea. The "other two managed to retain a firm grip on the rock, and thus escaped being drawn into the water. Miss Heyward disappeared almost. immediately. Mr. Shadbolt made Irantic efforts to save himself, but these proved futile in the rough sea. Mr. Osmond Shadbolt also made a desperate but vain attempt, to save his father's life. Meanwhile Miss Kigge rushed to a neighbouring farm for a rope, but before she J returned all traces of the two bodies ha.) dis- appeared. Mr. Osmond Shadbolt was much cut and bruised bv his eifort.s. Mr. Shadbolt. sen., who resided at Kylestone, 1 buvheld, near Uxbridge, was <1, good swimmer. Miss Heyward's home was at Xangport, Somerset.

POLAR RELIEF EXPEDITION.I

IMPERIAL PREFERENTIAL TRADE.

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HEROISM ON H.M.S. BLAKE.

DOCTOR BLEEDS TO DEATH.

MANIACS AWFUL DEED.

WIRELESS MONEY ORDER OFFICE.

SMASH ON THE MIDLAND.

COLLISION IN THE SOLENT.

SHOCKING TRIPLE MURDER.

UNCLE CHARGED WITH ABDUCTION.

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