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11 May 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
21 ARRESTS. Ring of Steel Against the Anarchists. The Third Matrimonial Affair of Baroness

21 ARRESTS. Ring of Steel Against the Anarchists. The Third Matrimonial Affair of Baroness

Vaughan. .4(cording to the Paris Jovrnar, Barone.e Vaughan, widow of the late Kipg . Leopold •of Belgium, has been divorced her , husband, M. Durrienz, formerly her , steward, whom she married seven months I after his Majesty's death in 1909. Around "Queen Caroline "—the "Belgia
11 May 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
BOYCOTTED VICAR.

BOYCOTTED VICAR.

Clergyman Who Has to Cycle to Another Village for His Milk. The Rev. Ashkenazie. the vicar of Uloarue. an East Riding village, is at loggerheads with his congregation. who, he corn! pinins, are boycotting him. The other , Sunday he preached to four people,sand he has to cvde to
11 May 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
V.A. and Transfnna

V.A. and Transfnna

But all the; - t — alk — abo — ui to our great winter game is regrettable—that is, the necessity for it ia regrettable. That diaeuseion of this is seessreary, however. is whelk we see Football kasociatacia councillors deploring the effeets of the syetem in individual mark for wh
11 May 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
'Wettish items.

'Wettish items.

The North.lustena Leaver Oahe lave hod SD eye ne Aberdeee and extreme Dortb, than other English 'ensue club*. have had W. Low, H. Low, Beenmbie, ifeWillfrara, sad Stewart Davidson all from that quarter, none of when played for way club xnuth of Aberdeen before MVO ID/ 10 the Wea
11 May 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 

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JEWS' REVOLT AGAINST wIFE ACCUSED OF BEING BURLESQUED. SHOOTING RIVAL. Hebrew Comedian Apologises to Leeds Audience. 30,000 UP IN ARMS.

JEWS' REVOLT AGAINST wIFE ACCUSED OF BEING BURLESQUED. SHOOTING RIVAL. Hebrew Comedian Apologises to Leeds Audience. 30,000 UP IN ARMS.

The comedian. ais /I rule, does not • go down with a music-ball audience, partly no doubt because the theme ot his jukes is as old as the hills. A aigaifi 'nut iestare of " turrs" bag hitherto been the kindly tolerance of ins ish metuln•rs ot the audience. in the lace of ill-man
11 May 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
Letter Road hi Court.

Letter Road hi Court.

Prisoner (crying): And my husband s ent with you, didn't he Prisoner she no questions to ask the &less. All desirel was that the letter referred to ehould be read in court. Couneel thereupon read the communication, undated, *hick contained the following : I;. Statron:micl George
11 May 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
THE CONVICT'S MICE.

THE CONVICT'S MICE.

C:rain Hrz-on. a prison missiocier. i. real a light .id eof convict life iu one ar two little stories which he told at the annual meetiiig cf the lbureh Army at queen's Hell. London. A convict who had trained two miee r . 71$ transferred to another prison. and asked Captain to f
11 May 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
MAGISTRATES AT LAW. • --- Friendly Settlement of Action Between Two Justices of (be Peace.

MAGISTRATES AT LAW. • --- Friendly Settlement of Action Between Two Justices of (be Peace.

- - A slander itt which the parties magistrate; was settled in a friendly manner in the Killg'S Bench Division. The action was brought by Mr. Edward Otter. of Stanhope l'ark, Greenford, a justice of the pew* for Middlesex. against. Mr. Alfred William Perkin, of Greentord Greer,
11 May 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
LONDON'S 01 ERHEAD PERIL

LONDON'S 01 ERHEAD PERIL

Inspection or Temporary Building Structures Necessary. The grave peril to Londoners occasioned by huge cranes working overhead on building structure, was called attention to by the Westminster coroner at the resumed inquest on Henry James • Matthews. of Greenwich, aged eightern:
11 May 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England