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A MURDEROUS AFFAIR.

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A MURDEROUS AFFAIR. A murderous outrage has been committed at Parkgate, near Rotherham, the victim being a middle-aged woman, the wife of a miner named Taylor. Shortly before nine o'clock one night Mrs. Taylor was proceeding home along a rather lonely road, when a man stepped her to ask an address. The information was given, and the man immedi- ately put his left arm round the woman's neck, and with his right hand ultempted to cut her throat with a knife. She struggled, and the weapon inflicted a terrible gash on her nose, mouth, an i chin. Not content with having done this injury, tier assailant stabbed her in the back just below <he neck. She screamed for assistance, and became semi-unconscious. The man then dragged her iacross the road and threw her in a ditch contain- ing about two feet of water. A woman ab this juncture came up the road, and the fellow made off. Airs. Taylor was carried home and her wounds were dressed. A forgeman named Joseph Hampsteail has been arrested, charged with the -deed, brought before the Rollierliaiii magistrates • and remanded.

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