TERRIBLE RAILWAY ACCIDENT
♦ DISASTER IN INDIA. (By Cable —Press Association —Copyright! (Australian, and Cublo Association*} DELHI. April 28. A disastrous railway smash, occurred on tho Alluhabad-Deura I>un railway. The express collided with a goods trauj* Tho casualties are estimated at 1»» ] killed and 57 injured. The carriages were overcrowded, containing 300 members of marriage par- , ties and 50 Gurkhas. All the latter, except seven, were killed or burned t Several Europeans were travelling on ■) the train, but, so far, none has been reported killed. . The first three bogey carnages were smashed, and caught fire. . , Men, women, and children, pinnc_ jn the wreckage, struggled vainly wi tho flames spreading towards them, la scene of the disaster was far from meciical relief, and tho suffering of tne(in jurcd was added to by a raging nu storm. a] „t Among the wreckage lay a P OOI molten silver, representing P" es , rupees in the Indians' baggage, _ or melted bangles of the women victims. BRUSH BUYERS WATCH MINSON'S You must buy these things at tbo . cheapest shop, .u.nson's is it. *** J _ brush or broom for houso or person." , use best bought here. • aiw No more grinding of teeth w»tb WADE'S WORM FIGS.
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Press, Press, Volume LVI, Issue 16822, 30 April 1920
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