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INSPECTION AT PORTSMOUTH.

FATAL ACCIDENTS IN CAMP.

END OF A DOUBLE LIFE.

FORCED TO DRINK POISON. =

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FORCED TO DRINK POISON. = At Lancaster on Monday a verdict of felo .<1 m was recommended by the coroner and by the jury at the inquest on the rf Richard Salisbury, an ex-soldier, -wiifj- was found poisoned on the bank of the '(•'■he chief witness was Martha Baiubridge, -who was found poisoned near the man. She •s.ud she was walking with Salisbury along Hot. tfaiial towing-path when he seized vlier by throat, and said, "Yon will never go ■hom# alive again." lie then produced a 35I.W' and a tin of salts of lemon, which he '"united with water from the canal. Salisbury tnade her drink some, holding her head and it (lowil. She became unconscious, when site ciitie, round she saw Salisbury lying dead. She did not see him write a jsmi* aayiiigr, "We are happy and agree to ntlifr together." She did not agree to take I 'f'()¡¡;W'1; and there was no compact, between coroner said the evidence described a I (brutal attempted murder by a self-willed wian.

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GIRL SUICIDE'S PATHETIC LETTER.

RECORD PUBLIC-HOUSE SALE.

ACCIDENT DELAYS A MARRIAGE.

A DESERTER'S MISTAKE.

DEAD MAN COMES HOME.

HOME HINTS. «'-

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FUN AND FANCY. ..!

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