B. J. Hasner, of Pittsfield. injured a hand in a mowing machine, last week. H. D .Waker, of Bridgewater, while igoing down a rope, last week, feil tw&nty feet, spraining an ankle. George Lemen's colt ran away near Hamburg, a few days ago, throwing Mr. Lemen out and breaking up the buggy. William Kern, of Manchester, was thrown out of nis buggy a few days ago by a runaway horse, but escaped with a bruised leg. Charles Merriman was thrown from his carriage in Bridgewater, last week and badly injured. His horse ran to Manchester before it was caught. Dolly Schmitt, a Jittle Milan ghi, had a deep gash cut in her forehead, last week, which required six stitches to sew up. She was swinging ïn a hammock, when a ladder feil against lier.