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ELECTRIC CABS.—A service of electric cabs for the London streets has been placed at the disposal of the public. STRUCK BY LIGHTNING. — During a heavy thunderstorm at Great Braxted, Essex, on Thursday afternoon a young man named Alfred Crisp, and two horses were killed by lightning. Crisp was ploughing at the time. At the village of Gendros, near Swansea, on Wednesday night, a collier named David Thomas, his son and daughter, and two other persons were struck by lightning and seriously injured. They were insensible for some time. CHESTER CINDERELLA CLUB.—On Wednesday this club took some 260 poor children for a summer outing to Mickle Trafford. The journey, which was made in carts and wagons, kindly lent by friends, was greatly enjoyed by the children. Tea was served in a field lent, as last year, by Mr. Henry Dodd, after which the children played games, and at 7.30 were re- loaded into the waggons and started home, singing and cheering heartily. The committee wish to tender the thanks of the club to Messrs. Chalton (S.U.R. and C. Co.), Davis, Ledsham, Vernon, Weaver, and George Dutton and Sons, for their kindness on this, as on former, occa- sions, in lending carts and horses for the conveyance of the children.

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