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'TUNE 30, l9Ol BRIXTON MURDER.

'TUNE 30, l9Ol BRIXTON MURDER.

ML'S SAD DEATH. ACCUSED MAN'S STNANCE .CONDUCT. Sy OUR SPECIAL CRISIS INVESTIGATOR, Dalberg-road, Brixton, a quiet residential neighbourhood, was the scene at an early hour vu l'hursday morning of a particularly ghastly ri order, the victim ioeing a prepossessing young w-nwn nam
June 30, 1901 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
THE WAS FOUND DYING

THE WAS FOUND DYING

with her throat cut.. About two the prisoner was seen at a coffer-stall with hi, hands covered with blood. At four aim the witness and other officers went to 40, Bentley-road, Brixton. Wich hem from his position in the dock had a full now of those) in court, and apparently witho
June 30, 1901 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
rNE 30,1901 AMONG THE CHUB. HINTS IN NOW TO CATCH HIM. HA FRENCH FISHERMEN BCO3E.

rNE 30,1901 AMONG THE CHUB. HINTS IN NOW TO CATCH HIM. HA FRENCH FISHERMEN BCO3E.

rNE 30,1901 AMONG THE CHUB. HINTS NOW TO CATCH HIM. HA FRENCH FISHERMEN BCO3E. "DISPATCH" SPECIAL. " Crow! ' said an old Yankee trapper who asked whether that particular specimen of 'ricers ornitkology hal ever formed part of b: , ba t Q i e; I kin crow. awl I hey it ; but, Jempi
June 30, 1901 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
OV MODERN MANUFACTURE.

OV MODERN MANUFACTURE.

The defendant asserted that the goal , , instead of being worth MX, were only wor. h £lOO, and, by way of counterbalance, he ash,d for the auauollation of tho bills, or, in the alternative, for £7OO datuagea. jury returned a verdict for the plaintiff, and judgment was entered fo
June 30, 1901 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
mem BAD LEG CURED.

mem BAD LEG CURED.

BAD LEG CURED. Mr. Phillip Davey, 66, Milton-street, Higher Brixham, South Devon, writes: "'lwo years ago I had • breaking out on my leg, and as it grew worse I was ooliged to give up my employment.. I was attended tor some time by three different doctors, but they did not sewn t
June 30, 1901 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
P.O.'S PLEA FOR PRISONER. MAGISTRATE% STROM. COMMENT. - Before Mr. Francis, a young man named Walter Willis, described as a

P.O.'S PLEA FOR PRISONER. MAGISTRATE% STROM. COMMENT. - Before Mr. Francis, a young man named Walter Willis, described as a

porter, of Great Chapel street, Westminster, was charged at Westminster on Thursday with stealing an umbrella from Lilian Hay, a cook-house keeper. Prosecutrix. who was slightly acquainted with the prisoner, pitied him, for the reason that he alleged that he had been
June 30, 1901 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
'ERRIBLE

'ERRIBLE

WHICH SW. PT AWAY FOURTEEN TOWNS. AND MADE A SMUG VALLEY DESOLATE.
June 30, 1901 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
WAIFS ANII STRAYS,

WAIFS ANII STRAYS,

The tale of a ten-pound note was told to Judge Lumley Smith in the Westminster County-court in the same form, if not on the same lines ot construction, as that familiar legend of the nursery "The House that Jack Built." A ten•pound note passed the other day from the po.session o
June 30, 1901 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
you. You shall know everything that I have l done. Meanwhile, be assured that your father ' will be restored

you. You shall know everything that I have l done. Meanwhile, be assured that your father ' will be restored

to you." Two hours later there was a caller. It was a ' representative of the detective agency. "I have brought you the information you desire, sir. Madame Josephine Szalay has booked two cabins on the Rotterdam service for to-night. The tickets are for Warsaw. I have secured a
June 30, 1901 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England
 
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June 30, 1901 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England