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Accidents such yesterday’s collision Bromford Bridge are infrequent on oUr railways, where the majority the more serious disasters of recent times have been due derailment high speeds. Parallel fatalities during tie last few years were the terrible collision at Aisgill Moor (Haw
BEHIND CLOSED DOORS.” A private inquiry in reference to the railway smash at Bromford Bridge is being held at Saltley Station to-day. An official report may be given, but the inquiry is being held with closed doors. Major Pringle, of the Board of Trade, has telegraphed to the Mid
GLOBE. TUESDAY. x4, 1913 WIG AND GOWN. BOBBING THE KING’S BENCH. pay these ridiotdous fees for tumble down like house cards. Ihe Council the Law Society have appomted a special committee to consider, among other matters affecting the expense of litigation, the increase in counsel
being present at the Ohristmasfestivities -‘* Cin the Palace at Tsarskoe Selo, ot. Petersburg, the Czar’s eight-year-odd d heir, who was rayateriously ill in the again confined his bed, says the 3 St- Petersburg correspondent. Empress, who is suffering with * . also obliged to k
The net profits the Loudon iiod Midr land Bank tor last year tl.ooa.aou, wfhioh has be added £122,993 torward. As already announced, .or the whole year is made up 18 per cent, per annum free income-tax. which absorbed £718,063 the remainder the aranabie being appropriated as fo