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Local Appeal Case. I

TYLORSTOWN DISASTER.!

IA RECENT DISASTER AT SEA,I

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Death of Dr. Salmon. I

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BOARD OF TRADE SURVEYOR-SHIP.

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I Matabele Rising. I

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ICannibalism.I

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I SIX WEEKS FOR ASSAULT. j

I -I ATTEMPTED SUICIDE.

I : Spain and America.

IYOUNG" WOMAN MURDERED.I

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YOUNG" WOMAN MURDERED. Arrest of a Collier, A murder was committed on Saturday afternoon at Brackenfield, a Derbyshire village. Mr Thomas Limb, the tenant of the Lindsay-lane Farm, went to a local fair and left the homestead in charge of the housekeeper, Miss Lizzie Boot, aged 20, who bad for her companion a niece 7 years old, After the farm labourers had partaken of dinner Miss Boot went to the door to answer a knock from a young man named Wm. Pugh. who, according to the story of the child, wanted to borrow something. Miss Boot walked towards the outbuildings across the yard, and Pugh followed, the little girl being told by her aunt to wait at home, as she would not be long. Subsequently the child went to the barn door, and on opening it found her aunt lying on the ground in a pool of blood. A farmer named Hitchcock and a farm servant named Bryan afterwards entered the barn and saw the body of Miss Boot, her head being frightfully cut and her fingers also injured, evidently in protecting herself. The man Pagb, who is a collier, has been arrested by the Wingfield police. Latest Particulars. The latest particulars show that Elizabeth Boot, housekeeper to Mr Thomas Limb, farmer, of Brackenfield, was induced to visit the barn, in which she was murdered on Saturday, by a request for the loan of a rope. The crime was discovered by Mr Hitchoock, a farmer, who came for etraw, and a labourer named Bryan.

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