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CYCLONE IN ENGLAND. H is seldom that the centre of a cycloftfe of ■>n, intensity passes directly across these islands, but during Saturday afternoon and flight such a system, with a minimum onro- ;«jcter of rather less than 29.20 inches, moved ■ rapidly across Ireland, the .north-west of Ung- •^iaad, and the east of Scotland, causing Iteavy .gales over the whole country. The steamer Lord Kelvin, from the River Plate to Bdfad, put in to Queenstown on Sun- and reported that on Saturday, when ap- proaching the Irish coast, it blew a perfect "jimrrieane, with heavy seas breaking on board, .•And it became necessary to lieane he vessel to for hours. Ulster was visited on Saturday by the worst ••je'niv.siorm experienced for ;»i \ny y-ars. Se-ere •jfioods occurred all over the piovince. In Bel- fiwt the river overflowed the streets, and houses flooded and traffic suspended for many J) ours. A violent gale raged at Bristol on Saturday afternoon. Trees were blown down aim oome large shop windows smashed. On CWvon Downs two young ladies were knocked down by *1 falling elm tree and pinned to the ground. In the Isle of Man considerable damage to Jjmildiugs was done. FLOOD TRAGEDIES. Many parts of the country were visited by jiieavy storms on Saturday, and floods in many .-districts resulted. 4istdcts resulted. Four brothers—William, Alexander, David, n (I Grali,.iii Mowatt—were drowned by the foundering of the fishing yawl Morning Light fit Gourd on during a jheavy gale near Ston-j- |ia veil. Two of the brothers were married, aud pother was to have been married next week. There was a recurrence of floods in South Wales, owing to torrential rains. In several places the rivers overflowed into the streets, ^compelling the inhabitants to take refuge in the ipper rooms of their houses. In one street at. Aherbargoed the inhabitants made a vain at- I j&empt to prevent the flood from penetrating I Jfcheir dwellings by using clay. Destructive floods (spread rapidly throughout Westmorland, owing to the heavy rain, which ^persisted throughout the week, and on Saturday "-jfell in torrents. Between Carlisle and Kirkby Stephen many hundreds of acres are under •«*ater. Much corn and hay is still unearned, ;nd the crops are rotting on the ground. William Thurkettle, a commercial traveller, -,»#8 crossing the Jine at King's Norton in a ({iStoriP of w',él :an,cl j.»ia, and was holding up an with the result that he did not hear I -•♦i! express coming, and was killed by it.

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