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IDENTIFICATION.

IDENTIFICATION.

The jury, having viewed the body, Henry Bourdin, the brother of the deceased, who refused to take the oath on the Bible on the ground that he did not believe in it, was the first witness. He said he lived at 45, Victoria-road, Kilburn, and was a lady's tailor. He saw the body of
February 24, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
ON THE SMALL SIDE.

ON THE SMALL SIDE.

A family of dwarfs have been living at Applecross, in the west of Ross-shire, for over half a century. Mary Finlayson, one of them, has just died_ She was the youngest of the family, and had reached the age of 65. The members of the family vary in height from three feet to three
February 24, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
CHOOL BOARD FOR DEWSBURY. -- Notice is hereby given in reference to the above district that ; -"7: I.—The above

CHOOL BOARD FOR DEWSBURY. -- Notice is hereby given in reference to the above district that ; -"7: I.—The above

School Board have, subject to the approval of the Education Department, made certain Bye Laws in pursuance of the powers given to the School Board by Section 74 of the Elementary Education Act, - 1870, as amended by the Elementary Education Acts 1876, 1880, and 1893. 2.-1 printe
February 24, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
ECHOES FROM TILE MARKET-PLACE.

ECHOES FROM TILE MARKET-PLACE.

CHRONICLZ OFFICE, SATUAD4iIr. If the Liberal leaders of the district are anxious for what in other than plitical spheres is called a revival, now is their opportonity, A big demonstration against the House of Lords, attended by Mr. Mark royd, Mr. A. E. Hutton, and Whitte.ker wou
February 24, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
THE BRADFORD UNEMPLOYED.

THE BRADFORD UNEMPLOYED.

The Bradford committee appointed to manage! the fund contributed for the unemployed met on Tuesday morning, in the Town Hall, to receive reports respecting the examination of the oases contained in the census obtained by the unemployed. At the outset of the meeting Mr. J. Rawson
February 24, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
THE MURDER OF A POINT CLhANbIR.

THE MURDER OF A POINT CLhANbIR.

At Leyton Town Hall, on Monday, the inquest on the body ot David Bartrop (38), point cleaner, of Ley tun, whose remains were found on the Great Eastern line on the 10th inst., was resumed.— , Leonard Boggii, guard on the Great Eastern Railway, said that be last saw deceased on F
February 24, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
Aalters

Aalters

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February 24, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
UP TO DATE.

UP TO DATE.

The door of a Glasgow newspaper swung open on Saturday night and there appeared s grimy hand on the outside of the counter, upon which fluttered a piece of dirty paper, with the result of a very junior football match. Leaning over the barrier the clerk saw a little urchin, with
February 24, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
THE MYSTERIOUS DEATH EAT WANDSWORTH.

THE MYSTERIOUS DEATH EAT WANDSWORTH.

An inquest on William Ernest Eden, a youna schoolmaster found in a dying condition at Pitcairn-street. Wandsworth-road, on Sunday morning, and who died shortly after he was discovered, was opeued on Thursday and adjourned a week for further post-mortem examination. The Coroner,
February 24, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England
 
A QUART OF BEER

A QUART OF BEER

at the Royal Sovereign beerhouse, Mount-street, which the waitress accepted, and gave him Bd. change. Shortly afterwards be called for another quart, and tendered a sixpence, so obviously bad that it wavefused. He was charged by the landlady with Uttering the bad shilling for wh
February 24, 1894 - Dewsbury Chronicle and West Riding Advertiser - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England