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:NEWS NOTES.

:NEWS NOTES.

not neee,4irily indorse the opinions of our cotrospondei its in the following noten. tlthe.returns of vessels lost, condemned, ate., for the three concluding months of last year show that the British loss was slight compared with some other flags, being only .69 per cent. The lo
May 11, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
ALLEGED CRUELTY BY A LADY. COMMITTAL FOR TRIAL.

ALLEGED CRUELTY BY A LADY. COMMITTAL FOR TRIAL.

At the Town Hall, Ramsgate, Grace Doughty, a lady of position, the wife of a clergyman residing at Rushbourne, on the East Cliff, was charged at the instance of the Society for the Prevention o f Cruelty to Children, with ill-treating and cruelly beating a boy and girl left in h
May 11, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
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0 1 ,asi 3,toing ....eiegraph. SMALL PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS \VI - tote:l ,01* I ii PA NTS I. wt or Wantea. ant WAREHOUSES to Let. S M A CHINES, &C. , fur Sale or 1 I;I 7 !,INKSSES el' a 'AI iscel laneoes Cbarileter, all I 10.1 t he fullowing rateg I hi-, i.. 11 3 Inserti.•l, 6 li
May 11, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
D RI FFI ELD.

D RI FFI ELD.

OPEN-AIR CONCERT.—The Driffield Volunteer Band, under the able conductorship of Sergeant A. Leason, rendered a selection of music in the main street on Saturday night. The large numbers of people who listened to the band proved that they appreciate good music. The idea is a good
May 11, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
THE BERMONDSEY MURDER.

THE BERMONDSEY MURDER.

At the Southwark Police-court, London, on Saturday, Joseph Canning, 34, a nurse, formerly in the Army, was charged on reinand with the wilful murder of Jane Youell, at 41, Delaford-road, Bermondsey, on the night of Friday, April 26. — Mr. Angus Lewis, who appeared to prosecute o
May 11, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
FRENCH VESSEL WRECKED.

FRENCH VESSEL WRECKED.

LOSS OF NINE LIVILS On Saturday evening, while a storm waB raging in the Straits of Dover, the coasting vessel Auguste Marie, of Calais, was driven on to the shore between' Calais and Cape Orisnez. The vessel sank before assistance could be sent to her, and the crew of nine hand
May 11, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
SALVAGE AWARD OF £5,000

SALVAGE AWARD OF £5,000

in the Admiralty Division, London, Mr. Justice Bruce and Trinity Masters, heard the suit of the owners, master, and crew of Euplectela v. owners of Clan Macintosh, her cargo and freight, a claim for salvage remuneration for services rendered by the steel screw steamship Euplecte
May 11, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
TERRIBLE CYCLONE IN AMERICA. GREAT LOSS OF LIFE.

TERRIBLE CYCLONE IN AMERICA. GREAT LOSS OF LIFE.

It is reported from Sioux Falls (Soi.th Dakota) that \Vest Sioux Falls, three miles distant from that town, has been almost entirely destroyed by a cyclone, which has also done great damage near Sioux Centre, 45 miles to the north. The cyclone was accompanied by a heavy downpour
May 11, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
An extraordinary accident is reported ; Thomas Fowler, a lad of 13, and two companions left their homes to play

An extraordinary accident is reported ; Thomas Fowler, a lad of 13, and two companions left their homes to play

cricket on Clapham-common, London. They got on to the top of a tramcar, and while passing under the Clapham-road railway-bridge Fowler rose from his seat and clutched hold of one of the iron girders. The car moved on, leaving the boy hanging by his hands to the girder. 13a ore a
May 11, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
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To face the score of 187, and to attempt to lower it, R. Young and A. Jones went to the crease, and both at once began to make matters hum. Runs came at a rapid rate, Jones doing most of the scoring. Young was caught when he had 10 to his credit, but Jones continued to hit out f
June 22, 1895 - East Riding Telegraph - Beverley, Yorkshire, England