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'TWIXT CUP AND LIP.

CHAPTER XIV.

CAPTAIN CAREY.

KILLING WOUNDED ZULUS.I

I SEA BATHING ACCIDENT.

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SEA BATHING ACCIDENT. yc?onckM°Arday rTr|ing'r 1^%? and J clock, Mr. Charles John Blagg, solicitor nf Greenhills, Cheadle, Staffordshire, accompanied by his two sons, John Ward Blagg, aged 20, and Charles Frederick Blagg, aged 16, engaged a bathing machine and soon entered the water. At this time there was a little wind from the southward, and a rather heavy swell was on, causing an amount of f surf to be dangerous to non-swimmers. In conse- f quence of the frequency of fatal accidents on the < j South Boy an experienced man named Lancaster hug, i been stationed in a boat every day to render any as- ■ sisfance required, and for cases of great emergency- fi i hut has been built on the Foreshore Road, adjoin*- I ing the sands, and this has been in the care of a man I properly qualified to resort to the usual means for W restoring animation in the cases of persons nearly « drowned. It seems that whilst bathing Mr. Bla' 1 and his two sons were knocked down by a > f wave, and before they could recover their fep'c WJL carried out of their depth by the back set'" of the tide. Then ensued a scene of intense agg-r,y to those 3 immersed. The father clung to hjI. young and favourite child, and struggled boldly f"or safety. The elder son lent what assistance hQ could vjU En; witShis A ™ j tor neip had, however, been raided, and tho oavino- faS eTanr °J\ W" ^ze^f exclaimed «%(XSpoory tt^ns t6 drowned. The boatman ifwered «^0 fere's r iCTC' M l l of John Ward Blagg by the han: of his head The younger 8on had ffnk^ and his body has not been discovered The elder Mr. Blagg soon recovered from the effects of the accident, but his son, when taken to the receiving- house, was so far gone that Dr. Taylor and an as- sistant were nearly three hours before animation was restored.

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CAPTAIN CAREY'S CAREER.

- INEXHAUSTIBLE FUEL.

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REV. J. P. BELLINGHAM ON PRIMITIVE…

A CWMBRAN CASE AT NEWPORT…

REPRESENTATION OF MONMOUTHSHIRE.

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THE WEST OF ENGLAND BANK.

ALBERT MEDALS FOR WELSH COLLIERS.

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THE MAD KING OF BURMAH.

I 1, THE EUSTON SQUARE MYSTERY.'

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