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PEMRROKE BOROUGH SESSIONS.

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FIRE FATALITIES.

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FIRE FATALITIES. A fatal fire broke out about three o'clock on Sunday morning in a tenement house in Thorold- street, Bethnal-green. The alarm was raised by the inmates of the lower floors, who just managed to escape. On the top floor were a family named Free, husband, wtfe, and two young children. Mr. Free seized his little boy and rushed downstairs into the street. He at once returned to try to save his daughter, but the stairs were now im- passable. He was badly burned, and is in the hospital. When the fire was extinguished the bodies of Mrs. Free and her child were found near the window of their room. A child named Martha Coates has been burned to death at 17, Koan-streefc, Greenwich, and a child named Emily Winstone has been burned to death at Gastigny-place, St. Luke's. At a fire at a bicycle and gramophone shop in Commercial road, Newport, Monmouthshire, about one o'clock on Sunday morning, two men, a woman and child were suffocated. The four victims were David John Pomroy, his wife and their b"lJy, and Henry Johnson, billiard marker.

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THE LEWIS CASE.

MISS BILLINGTON MARRIED.

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----SHIPPING DISASTER. .

STRANGE LOVE TRAGEDY STORY.

POINT FOR PASSENGERS.

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