Symud i'r prif gynnwys
Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

21 erthygl ar y dudalen hon

WORKMAN'S "HOLIDAY."| I

jDAMAGE BY THE STORM.

- \ I EPITOME OF NEWS.

AUTHORESS'S SUDDEN DEATH.

CHICKEN IN ASPIC.I

KING ALFONSO IN SCOTLAND.…

"OUTRAGE No. 6." j

I KILLED IN HIS OWN TRAP.I…

AN UNFORTUNATE M.P.

PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT'S RACE.

IN THE WRONG BOAT.i

.EARL'S COMING OF AGE. ^•-i

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I THINGS THOUGHTFUL.

REGISTERS PROTEST.

ACTOR'S SAD STORY.j

BARONET FOUND SHOT. j

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COUNTRY NOTES. I

I^ '• M CYCLING MISHAPS.

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'• M CYCLING MISHAPS. Lieutenant J. R. Harford, of the Scots Guards, was terribly injured late on Sunday nighty near Bagshot. He was returning from Windsor to Aldershot on a motor-cycle, and as he was turning into the London, main road a motor-car ran into him. His cycle was wrecked, and he was pinned under the ear. It was more than an hour before he could be extricated, and it was finally found necessary to lift the car off his body. He was carried to an hotel near by, where he lies in an exceedingly critical condition. Part of his scalp is torn off, one leg is broken, and it is feared that he has serious internal ia- juries. Edward Parrott, aged 16, was killed on Sunday in a cycling accident near Stafford. He was riding home, and as he turned a corner on the wrong side of the road he came in collision with another cyclist. Both were thrown, and the other cyclist, whose name is Cockran, was severely injured. A verdict of "Accidental death was returned at the inquest. William Mounteney, of Birmingham, met with a serious accident when cycling down Weston- hill, near Market Harborough, on Sunday even- ing. He lost control of his machine and dashed into a house at the bottom of the hill. His skull was fractured, and one of his knee caps was broken. Little hope is entertained of his re- • co very.

KING AND INDIAN CHIEFS.