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RHYL, ST. ASAPH, AND DENBIGH.

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I HORRIBLE CRIME IN NEW YORK

RELIGIOUS RIOT IN LIVERPOOL.

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EDGWAUE CHILD MURDER.I

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EDGWAUE CHILD MURDER. I ACCUSED BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES Tho sequel to the eoafeMioa at Edgware by a young labourer naiaed Frederick Burgess, otherwise West-wood, af Child's Hill, whose age was stated to be twenty, while he was in custody at Willetdea Greeu Police-station on a charge of loitering, t-ook place at the Hen- don District Council offices on Saturday, when the accused was plaeed in the dock be- fore tho loc;U beneh of magistrates charged with the wilful murder, at Edgware, o. Annie Lydia Fletcher, a girl aged five years, whose fo-sler-parent* re^i-Iad at Bahnoral-rosu.1, and who had bteu muiiiug from har home sinec Tuesday. i The body of the girl was discovered in the River Brent, at Edgware, the spot having been indicated by the ace used in his state- J ment to the police. The only witnems called wai Detective-In- speetor who read a statement leading up to the finding of the body, and said that on Friday morning he we-ut to NY, illeiiden Green Police-statiou, where he saw the pri- soner. Witness cautioned him, and said that in consequence of a statement made by him 1 to Sergeant Tritton, they had been to the Edgware brook, and there they had found the body of Annie Lydia Fletcher. In reply the I prisoner said, I choked her with a piece of my muffler. Then I stabbed her. I laid mv eoat under her because the grass wan wet." lso I The prisoner was then charged and made no reply. The body of the girl, added witness, had since been identified by her father. The witness applied for a remand, and mentioned that prisoner was wearing oloihes which had been supplied him by the police. The others I had been kept at the police-^ta'ioa. A remand was granted wntil Frid«y, I

PL AY WEIGHT'S TRAGIC END.I

! VICAR FALLS THIRTY FEET.

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Notes on Games.

teew FLI3TTSHIRE MAGISTRATES.

JPUBLICATION S*

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DEATH OF SIR ANDREW LUSK.

TERRITORIALS AND THE LAW.