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THE SHEFFIELD PARACHUTE FATALITY.

THE SHEFFIELD PARACHUTE FATALITY.

It was stated at the inquest at Sheffield on Friday, into tho circumstances of tho death of Edith Brooks, who was killed on Tuesday in aparachute ' descent, that deceased had only once before made a descent, and that was on tho day prior to her death. Lieutenant Lempriere, of Tl
24 May 1902 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
ILLUSTRATED HULL.

ILLUSTRATED HULL.

A SKETCH FROM LOCAL LIFE. (BY ONE OF OUR SPECIAL ARTISTS), THE NEW BRIDGE. Sketched on Hospital Saturday last week.
27 June 1905 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, England
 
£10,000.

£10,000.

The Treasurer of King- Edward's Hospital Fund has received a donation for investment as capital of £7,000 from Sir Charles Tennant, Bart., in addition to his donation of £3,000 January last.
27 June 1905 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, England
 
A LOCAL WILL.

A LOCAL WILL.

Mr Charles Broumbridge Barker, of 291 Holderness-road, Hull, and formerly of Long Riston, who died on the 17th January, left estate °' ™ gross value of £2,427, with net personalty £587.
27 June 1905 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, England
 
A DAUGHTER'S SOLICITUDE.

A DAUGHTER'S SOLICITUDE.

ALLEGED POISONING OF MAD MOTHER. the Sheffield Monday, Madeline Aspinwal'l, nurse, was charged with the wilful murder of her mother, Harriet Aspiinwali, aged 76, died on the previous Monday from the effects of laudanum poisoning. The prisoner appeared be more composed than when
27 June 1905 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, England
 

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THE KING'S BIRTHDAY,

THE KING'S BIRTHDAY,

The Ministers and Great Officers Household will give a full-drees ba nqu "to celebrate His Majesty's birthday'' Friday night. The Prince of Wales dine with Mr Balfour, and Lord will entertain the chief members f Corps Diplomatique at Lansdowiie Hous
27 June 1905 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, England
 
SAVED HIM.

SAVED HIM.

A boy of twelve named Conroy sank in several feet deep while bathing- in the near Preston with some companions. f no 'J boy, named Albert Lowe, who had already s» several persons from drowning, plunged in, tu clothed, and rescued him.
27 June 1905 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, England
 
CHELTENHAM COLLEGE V. LIVERPOOL.

CHELTENHAM COLLEGE V. LIVERPOOL.

This two days' match was commenced Cheltenham on Friday. The* College were dismissed for 84, and the visitors replied with 157.
24 May 1902 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
DEATH THE HON. DTJNOOMBE. The Hon. Cecil Duncombe, Nawton Grange, Yorkshire, died Tuesday evening, while staying with his friend, Mr.

DEATH THE HON. DTJNOOMBE. The Hon. Cecil Duncombe, Nawton Grange, Yorkshire, died Tuesday evening, while staying with his friend, Mr.

Hugh Andrews, at Toddington, near Cheltenham. The Hon. Cecil Dunoombe (states had only boon ill very few days, the cause of death being pneumonia, following an attack influenza. Deceased, who was born in 1832; was the only surviving brother the Earl Feversham. and was formerly c
22 May 1902 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
PERSONAL GOSSIP.

PERSONAL GOSSIP.

The marriage of Mr. F. Hugh Ripley and Miss Georgie Adams will take place at All Saints' Church, Cheltenham, on the Bth of July. To-day, Major-General Baden-Powell is and Dr. Conan Doyle years of age. The death took place on Tuesday evening at Torquay of Mr. Edward Laurence Godk
22 May 1902 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England