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MARRIED WOMAN'S PAINFUL DEATH POLLING UP A BLIND FROM ▲ TABLE.

MARRIED WOMAN'S PAINFUL DEATH POLLING UP A BLIND FROM ▲ TABLE.

MARRIED WOMAN'S PAINFUL DEATH POLLING A BLIND FROM TABLE. Tho circumstances touching tho death of Margaret Lingard, married woman, who died on Sunday the result of fall from tables formed the subject of inquirv the Coroner (Ur Parker) and jury, the Police Station, on Monday after
December 31, 1902 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
BEDSTEADS

BEDSTEADS

Over 400 to select from. bedroom surnx Over 80 to selcr.t Iron-. BLIPiDB POST POST To lnt««*dlnif Pwrctta**r». Copy Of OUR MEW 245-PACT ILLUSTRATKD
December 31, 1902 - Evening Star - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
ALLEGED UNPROVOKED ASSAULT

ALLEGED UNPROVOKED ASSAULT

ALLEGED UNPROVOKED ASSAUL T LANG WITH MAN SEVERELY HANDLED. James McDonald and Martin Doughty, were charged at the Chesterfield County Police Court on Saturday, with or asioning bodily harm to Fred i?mtth, th, on Dec. 24th. Smit four o'clock on Christmas E- at tho Langwith statio
December 31, 1902 - Derbyshire Times - Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England
 
BY MESSRS WILLIAM WATSON AND SON. W. WATSON—S. T. WATSON—M. WATSON, DERBYSHIRE. WILLIAM WATSON & SON, Fellows of the Auctioneers'

BY MESSRS WILLIAM WATSON AND SON. W. WATSON—S. T. WATSON—M. WATSON, DERBYSHIRE. WILLIAM WATSON & SON, Fellows of the Auctioneers'

Institute Incorporated, Auctioneers, Land and Estate Agents. Agricultural and General Valuers. Bales of Estates, Timber, House Property, Farming Stock, Household Furniture. Pictures, Works of Art, etc.. also of Building and Colliery Plant. Valuations for ' Probate, Succession Du
December 31, 1902 - Derbyshire Times - Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England
 
YEAR SENSATION. FREE PRIZES! TO-DAY! FREE PRIZES ! TO-DAY! FREE PRIZES ! TO DAY ! PAY VISIT TO H. VALUE

YEAR SENSATION. FREE PRIZES! TO-DAY! FREE PRIZES ! TO-DAY! FREE PRIZES ! TO DAY ! PAY VISIT TO H. VALUE

IN WATCHES, GOLD AND SILVER NOVELTIES, DIAMOND AND GEM RINGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, kc. S.—HANDSOME REAL GOLD WATCHES for LADIES, tastefully decorated cases, cream or cold dial preferred. A very handsome present. 1 -| /»D.—SPECIAL. IS-Carat Gold, Government hall-marked, BETROTHAL
December 31, 1902 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Life Foxhounds meet on Monday, sth January, at Teassea Toll; on Wednesday, 7tn January, at. Cambo; and on Saturday, 10th

Life Foxhounds meet on Monday, sth January, at Teassea Toll; on Wednesday, 7tn January, at. Cambo; and on Saturday, 10th

January, at Mountquhanie—each morning 11 o'clock. The Dundee Suffocation Tragedy.—Mrs Keenan, who was admitted to Dundee Royal Infirmary on Christmas Day suffering from gas poisoaiing, is still in an unsatisfactory condition. Inquiries made at the Infirmary this morning elicited
December 31, 1902 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SCAPEGOATS OF THE WAR.

SCAPEGOATS OF THE WAR.

CASES TO BE REVISED. We are able to announce thai the defender of Helvetia, ex-Major Stapletou Cotton, who was cashiered from the Liverpool Regiment for the surrender of the garrison, is to be reinstated in the army. The final acknowledgment of official error is entirely due to
December 31, 1902 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HONOUR TO A SCOTTISH M.P.

HONOUR TO A SCOTTISH M.P.

MR BIGNOLD, M.P., GfETS FREEDOM Or DINGWALL. Yesterday in the Masonic Hall, Dingwall, Mr Arthur Bignold of Lochrosque, M.P. for the Northern Burghs, was presented with the freedom of Dingwall in recognition of his outstanding ability and devotion to his duties member of Parliame
December 31, 1902 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LADYBANK.

LADYBANK.

A. Fatal Result of an Accident.—Mrs Adams, widow, residing at Commercial Crescent, died at her house yesterday through the effects of the injuries she received falling over the railway bridge near Ballomill about a week ago. From the first her case was rather hopeless, and influ
December 31, 1902 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUNDEE TRADE REPORT.

DUNDEE TRADE REPORT.

JUTE BRANCHES STEADY. MORE DEMAND. (SPECIALLY CONTRIBUTED THE COURIER Tuesday. Since our last report business has been quiet in most departments, and as already a good many works in town have commenced holidays the attendance here to-day was somewhat under the average. The annou
December 31, 1902 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland