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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
 
£ll,OOO FOR RATES FROM TRAMWAYS.

£ll,OOO FOR RATES FROM TRAMWAYS.

£ll,OOO RATES FROM TRAMWAYS. Tti . e Bi uin litni t rtu a) = have relieved tlo rat., by more than in the previous year. SUNDAY FOX•NUNTS. worrying by foxes in Cumberland hi so frequent that Sunday los hunting become necessary. NW The Boum) of Lords has agreed to a motion by Lord
11 May 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
MR. TREVANION'S WILL

MR. TREVANION'S WILL

Two Brothers and Another Interested l'erson Opposed to Probate. The probate action regarding the will of Hugh Erie Trevanion, the wealthy young man on a horn No inquests were held after his death at Hove (Sussex) from an overdose of veroual, will not. it is understood. on for he
11 May 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
pRINCES. BIIEII STEWS MILLIONS. Tte.SAE ter eL 2SO .11iII 1.4 a. and NI/AIMS a , 7.45. Mitittnn OAT.. LBO. IIN

pRINCES. BIIEII STEWS MILLIONS. Tte.SAE ter eL 2SO .11iII 1.4 a. and NI/AIMS a , 7.45. Mitittnn OAT.. LBO. IIN

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11 May 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
HEADMASTER LOSES ACTION FOR SLANDER. Jury Dismiss Allegation of Insobriety: A I'oint of Law.

HEADMASTER LOSES ACTION FOR SLANDER. Jury Dismiss Allegation of Insobriety: A I'oint of Law.

The action for damages for alleged -slander bit:might by Mr. John Edward Wood, head mast er of A rclibishop Temple's School, Lambeth, South London, against Mr. Hy. Barney, a manager of the si.hool, resulted iu a verdict for the defendant. Plaintiff alleged that in a newsagent's
11 May 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
A TALE OF WOE.

A TALE OF WOE.

Men's Alleged Ruse to Obtain Money From Sympathetic Lieutenant-Colonel. John Cronin, forty-six, of St. Anus-road, North Kensington, was charged at Westminster with attempting to obtain charitable contributions by fraud and false pretences troiu Lieutenant-Colonel Cecil Powney. J
11 May 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
CYCLISTS! WHY PAY 8/- AUCTION&

CYCLISTS! WHY PAY 8/- AUCTION&

11 May 1913 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England