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WILD WOMEN. A SERIES OF OUTRAGES. BOMBS AT LIVERPOOL & READING. DUNDEE MANSION BURNED DOWN. Lime-street Railway Station, Liverpool, had

WILD WOMEN. A SERIES OF OUTRAGES. BOMBS AT LIVERPOOL & READING. DUNDEE MANSION BURNED DOWN. Lime-street Railway Station, Liverpool, had

a narrow escape of being seriously damaged yesterday. A bomb was found under a table in the gentlemen's waitin -room. Attached to it was a paper on which were the words " Votes for Women." The police were immediately summoned, and the package immersed in a bucket of water. When
11 May 1913 - The Referee - London, London, England
 
CARDIFF lIIIRETIINO.

CARDIFF lIIIRETIINO.

I.4S.—THREE MILES SELLING STEEPLE.' CHASE of 40 soya, with 2 soya for second. Three miles. Mr. Gerald Johnson's Borough. aged. 12st A. Pringle 1 Mrs lisratyn's Daffity, aged, laat _R. Gordon 2 litra. Phillips's Faithless Lad. aged, 12st Mr. J. R. Anthony 3 Mt. W. Raymond's Milan
11 May 1913 - The Referee - London, London, England
 
ON THE ROAD.

ON THE ROAD.

TO-DAY'S RAILWAY ARRAIWIRNIENTS. T/1B following will travel by the London and North-Weetern lbaltway Co.•=g a rday The Quinlan Opera (Liverpool re the Oners ( M anchester to Oil Bra). (Duran to ILrertool). " Whet Ho I " (Glamor to kfmtakeithr), James Welch's (Brightea to Blookle
11 May 1913 - The Referee - London, London, England
 
FINALS. FIRST PRIZE –

FINALS. FIRST PRIZE –

FINALS. FIRST PRIZE - 10 PRiZE-3 OF . 10 PRIZES OF . 10 PRIZES OF . 100 PRIZES OF • 250 PaIZES OF •
11 May 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
NOVEL SUMMER COMPETITION. £5O CRCKITEEICORFEOCRAST 150

NOVEL SUMMER COMPETITION. £5O CRCKITEEICORFEOCRAST 150

NOVEL SUMMER COMPETITION. £5O CRCKIT EE I C OR F E O C R AST Conditions and Directions. Above will be found an entry form containing the names of Ex wellknoe.n batsmen and nix well-knoan bowlers. Against each name place • Dumber, 1, J. 6,5, or 6, indicating their respective posit
11 May 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
.. Did Mors Mann Than Good."

.. Did Mors Mann Than Good."

Dr. Kearney (City Police die. surgeon) agreed that the deceased woman was halfstarved. In his opinion the old-age pension of ss. • week did more harm than good in many cases. The Coroner: You mean that the State pension, though a good thing in manT cases, may be no good unless t
11 May 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
The L.I.W. Rule.

The L.I.W. Rule.

L.I.W. Rule. Th. suggested alteratiun in the lb w. is. in opinion, must unpractical ar.4 ridiculous. Some years ago, it may pointed out, the second-c Lass counties and the M.C.C. played all their matches throughout a tikll/301/ with an altered 1.1i.w. rule. Under this a batsman c
11 May 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
"Tao New Law."

"Tao New Law."

New Law." Did you teLl you were eighteen last July—He ~aid. " ore eighteen, aren't P" and I maid " Yes." Did you also tell him that if you had been two days older n hen you were in Manchester in July last your tattier mould not hsce been able to inks home ?--No. 'The witness admi
11 May 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
LORD ROBERTS'S WARNING.

LORD ROBERTS'S WARNING.

in a letter to the seeret::i y Ikague on the q ueet ion ot witk regard to alba& retniads bunli,sthSt days of the developm•ut of while other wore esicorly the sew ioventior, tbo quietly t:eptec : iel eiv . l oorolyelled patefnilj •loug ted Sag. Tra).l3 vot , atin!itws for war, au
11 May 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
THE GOODIE FRAUDS.

THE GOODIE FRAUDS.

The great bank frauds mentioned in the above were carried out in 1901 by Thomas P. Gondie, a clerk in a Liverpool bank, who robbed his employers of some £14;0.000. He was induced by three other persons to back horses on a gigantic scale, and parted with the money to them. They w
11 May 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England