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(Costhaired frime 'rasa, Mum.)

(Costhaired frime 'rasa, Mum.)

(Costhaired FULBAIS DISMISS ASSAULT Cwasor.—Charles Smith (24). labourer, 21 Britannia - road, Fulham, was charged with assaulting James Henry 114 hearing, a bus conductor, 141 Harlchury-road. Fulham. at Buckingham Palace-road on Saturday night.— Ha pleaded not guilty. Mr. I. Mac
July 16, 1937 - Westminster & Pimlico News - London, London, England
 
Judge Holds Airedale i 3 Not "Middle Aged"

Judge Holds Airedale i 3 Not "Middle Aged"

Judge Hargreaves decided the lion of the ownership of ss at the resumed hearings. Welt County Court. on Is in which Mr. Ralph MoossMed the Coleherne Hotel, '— West Brompton, sued Dues Taylor, ' 70s Finhorough.mad. Fulham-road, and her husband. Mr. for the return of the dog sad k
July 16, 1937 - Westminster & Pimlico News - London, London, England
 
HUSBAND'S CHOICE Parts With Wife, Rather Than His Dog

HUSBAND'S CHOICE Parts With Wife, Rather Than His Dog

At West London Police Court before Sir Gervais Itentoul, KC., on Friday, William Frank James. lorry driver, Hylston-road, Fulhazn, appeared in answer to • summons taken out by his wife. Eva Isobel James. who sought a separation order on the ground of persistent cruelty. At the p
July 16, 1937 - Westminster & Pimlico News - London, London, England
 
N Levier- C• 001014,14 Agovik, Pointy. ~10::p at the Marriage of Miiim Y. stephena and Mr. H. Carpenter. Mr. H. Carpenter-Miss K. Stephens

N Levier- C• 001014,14 Agovik, Pointy. ~10::p at the Marriage of Miiim Y. stephena and Mr. H. Carpenter. Mr. H. Carpenter-Miss K. Stephens

N Agovik, Pointy. ~ 10::p at the Marriage of Miiim Y. stephena and Mr. H. Carpenter. Mr. H. Carpenter-Miss K. Stephens Wedding bells rang out at the Church of Our Lady, Stephendaleroad, on Sunday. for the marriage of Mr. Hubert Carpenter and Miss Kathleen Stephens, both of whom c
July 16, 1937 - Westminster & Pimlico News - London, London, England
 
BELGRAVE HARRIERS

BELGRAVE HARRIERS

The fourth of the sous of inter-club matches with the Croydon Mar:Mrs. Epsom Harriers. and Mitcham A.C. WIU be held at Mitcham on Wednesday. July 28 The points to date are Beigrave 44. Mitcham Si. Epsom 19. and Croydon 18. On Monday nest the London Transport C. 8.1 lk.A. will be
July 16, 1937 - Westminster & Pimlico News - London, London, England
 
Mrs. 1. Bassett

Mrs. 1. Bassett

lire. Jane Bassett, 67 Archel.toad. Fulham, died on Wednesday at her bone from heart trouble, after beteg cowered to bed three weeks. She was 79. A native of Hertfordshire, she had lived to Fulham over half a ciotory, lead in Arehel-road for 26 years. Her I bustmid died 32 years
July 16, 1937 - Westminster & Pimlico News - London, London, England
 
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July 16, 1937 - Westminster & Pimlico News - London, London, England
 
0 There Ni Is "

0 There Ni Is "

After some persuasion he agreed to go home with her. When they got there her mother asked him if he had heard about her (complainant's) condition, and he replied, "Ye.." Her mother then said, "She won't tell us who it is," and she (complainant) said, "There he is," point- , ing
September 17, 1937 - Westminster & Pimlico News - London, London, England
 
Judge sad " lart-down Clubs'

Judge sad " lart-down Clubs'

Pointing's father, pleading for his son I to be dealt with leniently, said to the Recorder," He was manager of a club and was trying to go straight, hut a mob of hooligans raided the club smashed a window. He was injured and was in West London Hospital for leaven weeks." The Rec
September 17, 1937 - Westminster & Pimlico News - London, London, England
 
Assusairs Statements in Court

Assusairs Statements in Court

Prisoner: I never saw you before, nor sour car. When I came there wasn't a car in the street. These men are the two biggest liars in Englund. If the magistrate cannot take my word he is not much of a magistrate. In the witness-bon, prisoner said he was walking along plating up"
September 17, 1937 - Westminster & Pimlico News - London, London, England