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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. r R Y mtcHA r. ] FRIDAY AFTERNOON- SINKING A LIGHTSHIP. at A Lloyd's telegram from Gibraltar, states H.M. torpedo boat 88 has sunk the lights ip Mole Island. SIR JOHN MILLAIS. To-day's bulletin states that Sir John not had a good night, and that there is no impr0 ment in his condition. EARTHQUAKE. A distinct shock of earthquake was felt in frieshire at 4-45 this morning, the disturbance travelling in a northerly direction. FIRE IN A SHIPBUILDING YARD- This morning the engineering depot of Napier Sons, shipbuilders, Glasgow, was destroyed by the damages are estimated at two thousand pout) OLD-AGE PENSIONS. The Oddfellows at Bristol to-day Pa9seC^je resolution supporting the principle of a smta scheme of legislation for the relief of agedbret provided it did not interfere with the managem of the society's affairs. COLLISION AT SEA. The passenger steamer "Yarmouth," was ceeding from Gorleston to Yarmouth when collided with the smack, Bet"v." Three 'ar^ steel plates of the Yarmouth boat were torn o > but she managed to reach the nearest bank, » land the passengers safely. Had the damage to Yarmouth been a few inches lower, she have foundered instantly. FATAL POISONING CASE. The body of the gentleman who was foun<^ the London fields, Hackney, suffering fi"onl & effects of chloroform, and who died in the GeJat Hospital on Saturday, has been identified as of Mr. Charles Holdcroft, ironmonger, lately caW ing on business at West Bromwich. g discovered his watch was missing, and there ted. no money in his pockets, and foul play is suspec CHARGE OF LIBELLING A CLERGYMA^ Sarah Horswell, married woman, was for trial at Totnes to-day charged with wrl'' libellous letters and postcards concerning Thomas William Lemon, D.D., Vicar of Cornwall.' The letters imputed that prosecutor had immoral relations with her. Mrs Hors^e solicitor said she would plead justification. THE MASKED BURGLAR. This morning Chief-Inspector Conquest, the P0^ v officer superintending the investigations Lewisham masked burglary case, together wit*1 and Mrs. Evans — the persons whose premises entered—and other witnesses, visited Newg»te the purpose of seeing if they could identify in connection with the outrage. It is stated t all failed to identify the condemned man. ACCIDENT TO LORD SALISBURY- d- The Press Association's St. Alban's correspOIlø- CO ent telegraphs that the Prime Minister, or panied by the Earl of Clarendon and tal William Cecil, were drivingin advance of the party just about to leave Hatfield House 0 Alban's, when the horses suddenly swerved) the coachman was unable to control them, and dashed across the greensward, jumping an 1 fence. The Marquis of Salisbury and his °° e panions jumped from the carnage at the moment as Sergeant Read, of the Herts i lary alighted from the horse he was riding severed the traces of the fractious animals..j Prime Minister, though much shaken, vvas }lie otherwise injured, and insisted on resuming journey, which he did in another carriage.

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