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THE SUMMING UID„

THE SUMMING UID„

THE SUMMING Tn summing up the coroner (Mr. Vero Benson) said he assumed the jury were satisfied that Mr. Trevanion's death due to veronal poisoning. It bad been seid by Dr. Willcox that he must have taken grains,' while 50 was a fatal dose. How did Mr.l Trevanion conie to take th
16 February 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
THE £25 PRIZE.

THE £25 PRIZE.

_ The following three competitors divide the £25 prize. Mr. E. Lererett. 70b, The Chase Clapham, S.W. cromkl) streeT trial:lC-01 7 A= TUE CROSSINGSWEEPER. Mr. A. Oxley, Ilatfichl Town, Barlow, Essex. crossdeO streeT tratSc —DTATTI TURNS CROSSINGswerxr.R. Mr. W. J. Fallone, 42, K
16 February 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
£5O A WEEK

£5O A WEEK

FOR FOOTBALL FORECASTS. UNITEL No Entrance Fee—No Goals Required • N. Wide; bell, 11.IC AI . Att.. tut f 1 tl4' '; Fmk. Altlt, ossminum. Ml C. • tvir," ittyttitit; nner oil Je W 29 K 4 I o W ER S.* y week for forecasts of y, March Is. / which teas in Alonckp s s considcrol , no
16 February 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
CLERGYMAN'S LIBEL SUIT.I GIRL SHOT DEAD INIGAOL FOR DOCTOR'S WIFE. THE STREET. _,— Remarkable Suicide of Engineer's Daughter. "KILL ME, PLEASE.'

CLERGYMAN'S LIBEL SUIT.I GIRL SHOT DEAD INIGAOL FOR DOCTOR'S WIFE. THE STREET. _,— Remarkable Suicide of Engineer's Daughter. "KILL ME, PLEASE.'

CLERGYMAN'S LIBEL SUIT.I GIRL SHOT DEAD INIGAOL FOR DOCTOR'S WIFE. THE STREET. Remarkable Suicide of Engineer's Daughter. "KILL ME, PLEASE.' Remarkable evidence was given at an inquiry held at Westminster into the strange ( ireumetances of the death of Marie Kilbrington Pressland
16 February 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
THE CZAR'S SON.

THE CZAR'S SON.

to Egypt Impossible on Account of Empress's State of Health. A medical council assembled at Tearkoe Selo, the Crar's palace. near st. PeterbWrg. has recommended that the Czarewita should undergo a cure at Relouan. near Cairo. It is, however, added that it cannot be decided NA he
16 February 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 

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India Finance.

India Finance.

When I listened to the debate in the House of Commons on India Office finance I marvelled, and still marvel. what our virtuous Liberal friends would have had to say if similar transactions had taken place under the of a Tory Government. The India Office has as its chief financia
16 February 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
angraged to a Sister.

angraged to a Sister.

In %-tqlatninat ton, IV maid She ling brought Lizzie Sheerin, Emily'a sister, to meet Dnignan, anal counsel read a letter from Lizzie Sbeerin to defendant, in *he wrote:— I bite° wad* up lay miad I will aorept your prowiwo of marriage. and hove wa may get well. amid that you wil
16 February 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
BLOODHOUND EVIDENCE.

BLOODHOUND EVIDENCE.

At the suggestion of Commissioner Radcliffe. at Hants AHliZet9 the jury returned a •tialict of Not tinilty in a ease in which Wnijainin Chant was charged with setting fire to a haystack at Warblington. The main evidence was that tuo bloodhounds taken to the scene of the fire fol
16 February 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
EDITOR REPORTED TO THE HOUSE. Premier Declines to Summon Mr. Maxse to the Bar. JOURNALIST'S TRIUMPH.

EDITOR REPORTED TO THE HOUSE. Premier Declines to Summon Mr. Maxse to the Bar. JOURNALIST'S TRIUMPH.

A triumph not only for himself but for British iournalisin lass been achieved by Mr. Leopold J. Mame. editor of the Nulional Rerifir. While being examiued before the Select Committee inquiring into the Marconi Contract Mr. Mame refttged to produce letters or disclose the names o
16 February 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
OUR LONG-SERVIa MEDALS.

OUR LONG-SERVIa MEDALS.

Vetere. Fells on Bad Times After Record of 52 Yours. Mr. Edward Holden. of Lancashire, who is the winner of one of our long-eerrice this week, iii the continuous ra , rvice of ?despot. Jolly Warburton. cotton spinners. of Waterside lifaslingdeu, for the last punt. Mr. William He
16 February 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England