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THE CHARLESWORTH MOTOR--I…

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THE CHARLESWORTH MOTOR MYSTERY. I Did the Lady Pass through Fishguard ? PASSENGER INTERROGATED. The Penmaenbach motor mystery—unsolved at the moment of writing-ht3 had its local interest. Miss Charlesworth, which was said to have been thrown from her motor car ovei a cliff, but around whose fate to many ingen- ious theories have been 'woven, was reported to have been seen in Dublin and to have proceeded thence to Wexford, where, however, she does not 'appear to have arrived. Nevertheless, no efforts was spared by those enxious to trace her whereabouts in order to make certain as to the truth or otherwise of the rumour, and on Friday night the passen- gers leaving Rosslare Harbour by the midnight boat for Fishguard 'Harbour were closely scru- tinised by a private detective on duty at the quay. One lady, who arrived by 'train from Wex- ford, and who is supposed to hava booked through Paddington. appeared to tally some- what with the "published descriptions of the missing lady,, but the^detective was unable to obtain a close view of her features. He followed her aboard the St. George, and communicated his suspicions to the chief steward (Mr. Perren), but inasmuch as she had already entered the 'ladies' cabin, he could not agah} SC2 her before the turbincr c-a;t off from the quay. Mr. Perran had in his'possession a reproduc- tion of a photograph of Miss Charlesworth, which he had cut from the pages of the '"Daily Chronicle," and during the course of the cross- channel passage, se'zed a convenient oppor- ( tmiity to scrutinise the suspected lady in coui- P iriscn therewith. Interviewed by our representative ion Satur- day morning, he said he was quite confident that the lady in question was not Miss Charles. worth. He 'described her as wearing a straw sailor hat of neutral tint, and a red cloak, drawn in at the waist, and edged with grey fur, w;th a 'collar of the same material. She carried a plained straw dressing-ease, to which was strapped an umbrella.. She left by the Irish Mail at 3.25 for Padding- ton, where she was accosted by the police, and had no difficulty in showing that she was not the missing lady. —:

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