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H.M.S. CLIO OVERDUE.

BRISTOL'S BOY BURGLAR.

i SUICID; IN SIGHT OF A CROWD.

IIPRSEW111PPED]EL 1S OWN HOUSE

-+--++-MOTOR BOAT ABLAZE.

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-+--++- MOTOR BOAT ABLAZE. Just off Falmonth on Sunday Lieutenant W. H. A'Beckett, son of the late contributor Ù "Punch," had au exciting experience. He was attending to the mechanism of his motor-boat when suddenly there was an out- burst of flame, which caused him< to fall over- board. lIe managed to get into the boat again, and with his man made for the shore, in the hope of sinking the boat in shallow water ai|d saving her from destruction. The flames had too great a hold, however, and when about half a mile from the shore the two occupants were compelled to jump overboard. The accident was witnessed by a passing Vessel, and a rescue effected. The motor-boat broke up and sank.

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