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WITH A MISSION LADY. I

AHREST OF COLONEL LYNCH. I

TWO LADIES DROWNED. I

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TWO LADIES DROWNED. Two lady visitors from Leicester were drowned at Sheringham on Tuesday morning, under very sad circumstances. Mrs. A. Bradley Hughes, wife of Mr. A. B. Hughes, of the firm of Hughes and Co., hosiers, Leicester, and Miss Cole, her cousin, were on the beach, watching the incoming tide, then almost at its full. With them was the three year-old daughter of Mrs. Hughes, and it appears that a wave caught the child and carried it into the surf. Both ladies went to the rescue, but were themselves swept off their feet. A nurse on the parade gave the alarm, and a weather- beaten fisherman, nearly seventy years of age, who acts as parade inspector, gallantly plunged into the sea, and with great difficulty succeeded in saving the little giri, who was brought back to consciousness. Nothing could be seen of the two ladies, but later in the day one body was recovered.

A COLLEGE DESTROYED. I

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THANKSGIVING.

ICAMBRIDGE TRIPOS.

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