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AIRMAN'S LUCKY ESCAPE.

AIRMAN'S LUCKY ESCAPE.

AEROPLANE TURNED OVER FOUR TIMES IN MID-AIR. While making an experimental flight in a B.E. machine, at Frensham. yesterday, a pilot, on the civil staff at the aircraft factory named Kent had an almost miraculous escape from death. At 2,000 ft. above the ground the engine stopped
10 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MAN WHO TRACKED THE POISONER

MAN WHO TRACKED THE POISONER

CHAPMAN. One of the darkest pages in the annals crime is recalled by the retirement last night on pension from the Criminal Investigation Depart. ment, Scotland Yard, of Inspector W. B. Kemp, after 214 years' service. During the last seve❑ years Mr. Kemp has acted as the right-h
10 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Scotland Yard. Just before ten o'clock the instruction cars containing the instructor and three or four candidates for licences arrive.

Scotland Yard. Just before ten o'clock the instruction cars containing the instructor and three or four candidates for licences arrive.

These are company's men. But there are some owner-driven cars, distinguishable by their superior appearance. When Big Ben booms ten the doors of the Public Carriage Office of Scotland Yard open, and the applicants stream in to sign their names, which have already been notified t
10 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Mr. W. M. Murphy. Walking one day between Ramsgate and Margate a youngish man, the son of a Bantry stonemason,

Mr. W. M. Murphy. Walking one day between Ramsgate and Margate a youngish man, the son of a Bantry stonemason,

but gifted with the Midas touch, exclaimed, " What a splendid thing it would be to have a tramway between these two towns!" He sketched out a scheme and showed it to the local authorities. They laughed at it, but when he raised the capital and made the wheels go round upon the t
10 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS.

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS.

DONCASTER. I.II.—RITZWILLIAM SELLING STAKES of £2OO. Six furlongs. air W. Nelson's GRAMMONT. 3y. 0-2 Donoghue 1 Mr. 8. B. Joel's POOR BOY. r, 5-2 Walter Griggs I Mr. F. C. Stern's DIABLERET. Sy, 4-7 E. Piper 3 Also ran: Montrose 11. lA. Whalley). Off at 2.3. Wirdßh. trained by F
10 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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THE ABOVE HAVE ARRIVED.

THE ABOVE HAVE ARRIVED.

30) REDWOOD (Mr. V. 'Thompson) Coiling 4 0 000 WARLINGHAM (Lord Lonsdale) Armstrong 4 7 040 EQUITABLE (Mr. L. de P.othsehildi Watson 4 340 GRAVE GREEK (Mr. Morrison) „Nugent 4 7 1 4 SANDWORT (Mr. Blageave) Rogers 4 711 (Mr. C. Newton) Davies 4 7 10 403 BIM AN (Mr. Puller) Butche
10 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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10 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WITH THEIR BACKS TO THE

WITH THEIR BACKS TO THE

WALL. tiALL FOR THE LOVE OF A LADY." S OME EXTRAORDINARY DUELS. extraordinary duel was fought the other day near Mont Blanc, in France. Two young men, who had fallen in love with the same girl, arranged to fight a duel with Nature as decider of th e result. selecting a part of t
10 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
PETROL THROWN INTO FORGE.

PETROL THROWN INTO FORGE.

5 MEN 111 THROUGH HORSEPLAY. Startling evidence was given yesterday ab Hampstead at an inquest on Louis Burnett Graves (46), a blacksmith, of Churchmead-road, Willesden, who was the victim of a terrible petrol accident which occurred on Thursday in a motor-omnibus garage in Roch
10 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BETRAYED BY BITTEN EAR.

BETRAYED BY BITTEN EAR.

A mutilated left ear, caused by a bite from a fellow-soldier, led to the arrest yesterday of William Smith, an Army deserter. When he was charged at the West London Police Court with deserting the Royal Engineers P.C. Kimpton said he saw the prisoner looking at a roadrepairing j
10 September 1913 - Daily Citizen (Manchester) - Manchester, Lancashire, England