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28 December 1913 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
80 People Trampled to Death In Mad Stampede Through Causeless Cry of "Fire!" BARRIER OF BODIES IN EXIT.

80 People Trampled to Death In Mad Stampede Through Causeless Cry of "Fire!" BARRIER OF BODIES IN EXIT.

thrietmes Day in America was saddened inexpreseibly by a terrible tragedy at Calumet. Michigan. where eighty poor souls—nearly all and children—were killed in a frightful pane which took place during • Christmas Eve celebration in thalami hall. The panic originated fool cried "
28 December 1913 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
SUMNER'S SENSATIONAL STORY.

SUMNER'S SENSATIONAL STORY.

Arrested Man Says He was Threatened by “Chap
28 December 1913 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
TWAINESAIOE CASUAL LABOUR,

TWAINESAIOE CASUAL LABOUR,

Insurance Commissioners have received a deputation composed of officials of Trade Unions whose members are employed in the Port of London with reference to the application of Section 19 of the insurance Act to casual labour employed Thames dock and riverside The Unions represent
28 December 1913 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
IN THE COURTS YESTERDAY. , "REYNOLDS'S tb SPECIAL REPORTS. GREAT EXPECTATIONS. I SOBER HOLIDAY. Fewer Cases Than Usual Before London Magistrates. MUSING INCIDENTS.

IN THE COURTS YESTERDAY. , "REYNOLDS'S tb SPECIAL REPORTS. GREAT EXPECTATIONS. I SOBER HOLIDAY. Fewer Cases Than Usual Before London Magistrates. MUSING INCIDENTS.

Young Nan with Thousands Coming from Canada. There were comparatively few holiday charges at the Metropolitan Police Courts. It is eatatactory, however, to note an increased proportion of came in which violence was charged. Twenty-nine priaoneni appeared at Bow-street. A few wer
28 December 1913 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 

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PREFERRED A JURY.

PREFERRED A JURY.

A man of swarthy complexion, named George Green, known to the by the sobriquet of "Harkey," was before Mr. Horace Smith charged on remand so a person amenable to the Zth Section of the Prevention of Crimea Act, loitering in Brompton-roed and vicinity for a felonious purpose. Pri
28 December 1913 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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28 December 1913 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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28 December 1913 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
FARMINC AND COLONIZATIOIL

FARMINC AND COLONIZATIOIL

By BEATRICE STARLET. In speaking of Alberta. I have that as a new province. or at levet the last settled province, it has opportunities ad more open doors to work and success than any other part of Canada- the Other hand, it his all the drawbacks of a new country, and it is the
28 December 1913 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
CAS WRECKS HOUSE. Four People Injured in Disastrous Explosion at Luton. • PROPERTY BLOWN ACROSS STREET.

CAS WRECKS HOUSE. Four People Injured in Disastrous Explosion at Luton. • PROPERTY BLOWN ACROSS STREET.

Four people were injared in an alarming pe explosion at the residence of ilr. William Banyen, 108. Wellington-street, Luton. An escape fmra the main had accumulated under the boards in the front parlour, and when the ordinary gas jets lighted there was an explosion, which practi
28 December 1913 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England