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-c----...---. CROPS DESTROYED.

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c- CROPS DESTROYED. Jî we-sle-rly gale prevailed throughout the jtrU* 1 Sunda v and MomUsy, and in most yhtit,<» «•, wcomp;\fi;fd by heavy downpours ittvecs ;urst tit;i• bunks ai numy m < I i.me'ov,' and Neat !l the wnter ■IHtWte'fS i-i >e- "• rn«is. Fanners suite rod the fftpot, »v tlie weat her, manv fields of corn the wind and j* i Monday morning: the weather was par- ,$}<< severe in tii*- Channel, the tvhud -JitoiWij" at ^evcniy miles iiii hour. 'lie- coast irtfunf* <U i »ic >>tenmer.s were di.sorga- H> J )! i services betvieon Hover and Polve- t *»ug suspended. fipyiug tiie •/«»«' i" L'oolo Harbour a boat iit. ng six '-inn's nre:im-n, who' were >>e I'l-ojri ike .h'oui-fie.irtoutb pas.^en- «er £ « .» e Emperor of Inula, capsized. and Jacob*, aged forty-nine, and William $Wr«< <• t ne-iiy-sevon, both mai ried jyjrf m '< ii^ie,jr to I'ooie. were drowned. f,nio ■> were reeove on Sunday. 'frjitf I'olvt-eclnoe Touring AssMeiation's mg a-rrived at KiiKwai) on M.011- £ r f ''noon, but was r;n;;ble to land her 13 ^nd « portion of the I t, »*»; •- preatiy from a lerrille thunder- 'n-M^rw on Monday moruitig. and a burst over the oi-riot. The rain ^rajng»' registered a rainlfdl of inches. es near Rcrfolven were washed Witty, JHB/ti at ResoIvcn Stsnioii, on the Cl.re.at Eaiivvay. there a considerable ijfaMfo *t water i>et*.veen the platforms. I*- ton i: He lower rootes in a por- the r«-v=d'-nrii»i qu;.ri,crs were filled with inuddv water grit, fti-j^kee j>< rs suRereci loss's of 'Igtftfh- k»ome ».»f the prim-ipa! Mrcets were into swift-fiowln' rivers, owing in a jwasuwr to the of tlie Gnott 'ffto'ff.rcf'o.n''# main culvert to entry off the ex- nwh of wafer. braMciios of -,J 4.ether debris choked the mouth of '$h )Ieavv rain in North Shropshire, Cheshire, and iNorth Staffordsh ire ■'jfeistf «noririous damage to crops, and <uf aeres of will be seriously frfff! t cmpa have lieen much diimagod S-i* f«u»storifl wiiich dduged ERst Kent nn *ut night.. (f* to -10 flooding in « the TRY and Erielit burst their nearly :2,000 acres. of' 'la.<.)'I, were completely isolated, ,1IIoU;f nil-" ocenpsuits rcsened with difTienity. been 10.t, and the standing t i^eartrim <'vr.r«ly covered with water. |HU-v»d« were i«ipassable at Hu.ny plaecs, and to be hauled through, the :j11 I,>)" ..c, an :met-ion room in King- Lanea-ster, si;dd« ?.ily collapsed duriiiuf <1 and JK:>r.v ^ee.iilo. chielly women, crashed l&btwn$b- t'he hroken timchr ill [() thü collar 'd flie rainstorm on Sunday the *as flooded,. and the women, finding -s€lwim«^h"eK i# ,ti«} water, •••hrieked. I/uHkn! pree-'Ted. R-11d police fee people. A woman had her leg

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