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COUNCILLOR J. W. PERKINS.

COUNCILLOR J. W. PERKINS.

had allowed himself to be nominated and then take no fdrthor part in the election. It was putting the ward to unnecessary expense. (Hear, hear). When Mr. Buraard was called on to second the rote of thanks it was found that he bad departed. A gentleman in the audience seconded, a
4 November 1910 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
COUNCILLOR C. VT. ASH,

COUNCILLOR C. VT. ASH,

▼eara been Councillor—and «a wehave said, zealously looks after his constituent*. He can play billiard* well, has been member of tne Corporation team in the cricket content* against the Guardians, and latterly has taken to motoring. On' one occasion it was alleged got a speed ou
4 November 1910 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
I'HE NAVAL gITDATION. English and german opinions. THE POLICT. T.i ll bo remem- “j tkttthe German ehipbmld' ''red, retarded owing

I'HE NAVAL gITDATION. English and german opinions. THE POLICT. T.i ll bo remem- “j tkttthe German ehipbmld' ''red, retarded owing

to dioverod that the Britiah aecretly given orders for Admiralty armament of our new l.i.j tnch JJ“* eorespondent '•dSt eucoeeded obtaining Germ- witm re^ c”s»equenoe the guns to placed in the new Lot make it dear that if any delay l,s taken place through die cnuje cotioned it w
4 November 1910 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Man MURDERED IN A JEWS’ HOME AT HOLLOWAY.

Man MURDERED IN A JEWS’ HOME AT HOLLOWAY.

A FELLOW-JEW CONFESSES TO THE CRIME AND SURRENDERS TO THE POLICJE. \
5 November 1910 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
EIGHT IN A BED.

EIGHT IN A BED.

Ada Tidoam, of Mill Road, Lewisham, was summoned, before Mr. Gill, for neglecting her five children, aged from seven years to one year. Mr. Mason prosecuted for the N.S.P.C.C. The defendant, when asked if she preferred go for trial, said ehe did not know what it meant, and she h
5 November 1910 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
AELBOROUGH ROBBING GAS METERS-

AELBOROUGH ROBBING GAS METERS-

Giuseppe Carini, twenty-one, described silver cleaner, of Italian nationality, living in New,Compton Street, Soho, was charged, before Mr. Denman, with stealing 10s, 6d,, belonging to the Gas Light and Coke Company. Mr. Robert Humphreys, solicitor, prosecuted. According to the e
5 November 1910 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
GHASTLY MURDER OF AN AGED

GHASTLY MURDER OF AN AGED

WOMAN. [Subject of Tj.icsteation.] The story of a horrible crime, of which the victim is octogenarian named Francome Wassein, comes from Boulogue-sur- Mer, in Prance. The old woman resided in small house in the village of Montreuilsur-Mer. On Saturday evening a young man, newly
5 November 1910 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
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5 November 1910 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
ASSOCIAXIOIM-

ASSOCIAXIOIM-

Surprises. . -■rc was quite a crop of surpn.ses m tne ic results on Saturday, Manchester .1 coming a cropper when entertaining lesbro’. while Bristol City went to eld and took two points and four from the United. s Take Points* the ’Spurs registered their first away inco Septembe
5 November 1910 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
The House that Jack Built.

The House that Jack Built.

The student of form will find that he is working in a vicious circle from' which there is escape. For instance, Blackheath beat London Scottish, who beat the Harlequins, who beat the Old Merchant Taylors, who in their turn vanquished the Heathens. It sounds Jibe the House that J
5 November 1910 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England