(By Telegraph.—Own Correspondent.) THAMES, this day. William. Tilsley, a middle-aged, wellknown prospector, attempted, to' commit suicide by drinking a cup of water in which match heads had been dissolved. When found he was in a dangerous condition. Remedial,measures were promptly applied, and Tilsley was removed to the Thames Hospital. He is likely to recover. Tilsley had been on a drinking bout, and had been served with a summons for breach of an order of ; 'the Court, which had preyed on his mind.
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