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MR. LLOYD GEORGE'S HOLIDAY.

MR. LLOYD GEORGE'S HOLIDAY.

Mr. Lloyd George, accompanied by Mr. T. P. O'Connor. M.P., and the Master of EE-lok, arrived at Folkestone yesterday from IA Won, having motored down from town. it the intention of the Chancellor of +h.. Exchequer to cross to France by the Itorit ri•r M. l'aulhan, but although t
1 May 1910 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
ARRESTED WIIEN LINER PUT BACK.

ARRESTED WIIEN LINER PUT BACK.

A curious incident is reported in connection with the turning back to the Clyde of the disabled Allan Liner, Carthaginian. Among the passengers who shipped at Liverpool was a man, who, it is alleged, had deserted his wife and family at West Hartlepool, and was endeavouring to cr
1 May 1910 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
FORTUNE 1N A FORGE

FORTUNE 1N A FORGE

The entitle of an Athlone blacksmith named Patrick Reilly. who died in Deems. bar. 1908, leaving meets valued at £4.000, was the subject of an action in the Chauoery Division. Dublin, yesterday. before the Monter of the It was t.tated that Reilly, who flied a bachelor at the age
1 May 1910 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
A I RSH IP WRECKFIL

A I RSH IP WRECKFIL

The Zeppelin 11.. the pride of the (ern aerial fleet. uni totally destroyed on 111- day. being torn from her moorings br fierre aim! and hurled to destritr.• against a cliff. The Zeppelin 11., together with n$ ships of the aerial fleet. had gone to Hr burg from Cologne for a rev
1 May 1910 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
IN TIIE WRONG ROOM.

IN TIIE WRONG ROOM.

Describing himself as a woollen merchant, Joseph Meek, twenty-four, a German, was re , nancled at Marlborough -street Police Court .yesterday on a charge of being in possession of housebreaking implements and armed with a loaded revolver. Mr. P. 11. Moss, a salesman staying at t
1 May 1910 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 

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TO GET HIS CHILDREN FOOD.

TO GET HIS CHILDREN FOOD.

When Robt. Matthews, thirty, of Bardsley-street, Greenwich, charged at Greenwich 'Police Court yesterday with loitering for the purpose of betting in Nelson-street. tirreenwich, he declared a man asked him to take down two beta, and he did it to get hie children teed. Matthews w
1 May 1910 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
SAID BIS OWN BURIAL SERVICE.

SAID BIS OWN BURIAL SERVICE.

" Pb. Sunday before he left borne." esiti wife of a *pet Norwood decorator at ee inquest at Halstead, near ILaywards Heath. yesterday. "my husband recited an and during the day burial service." The decorator. Edward Lambert, aged had prone down to Halstead to work for a London f
1 May 1910 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
RtNNING .1 BRIDGE CLUB Army Captain Discovers His Liability with Surprise.

RtNNING .1 BRIDGE CLUB Army Captain Discovers His Liability with Surprise.

RtNNING .1 BRIDGE Army Captain Discovers His Liability with Surprise. Something of the history of ths Park Bridge Club was told in the King's Bench lAyision on Tuesday, when Lord Rosinoad and Colonel Jocelyn Otway sued Capt. Arthur Greville Begot for £338. alleged to be due for m
1 May 1910 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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1 May 1910 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
SOUTH EDINBURGH RESULT.

SOUTH EDINBURGH RESULT.

By a majority of 2,327 Mr. C. H. Lye Liberal, was on Friday returned as member of Paziiament for South Edinburgh, in place of Mr. A. Dewar, awaked to the Bench. The ifigures were : Yr. C. H. Lyedl (L.) Mr. R. C. Glyn (C.) At the previous election Mr. Dewar (L.) obtamed 10,235 vo
1 May 1910 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England