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CORONERS' INQUESTS.

CORONERS' INQUESTS.

- - - . ?? ?? .I- I MR. HEti ?? held two inquests at Poplar on Satundayupon the bodies of children who had been suffccated in~bed. Francis Nayler, agedsix .wMeeks, the _aon of -,a stevedore at 27, Rl~etreet, . found dead uii bed by the side of I m 1otherg ,n Th-rsday fmcriing, a
February 16, 1878 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

lE 61G ,'" ' ?? o 11 Oh, lgtz"" 'll1T a -v1'LI vv ;11 filber ill )ee nd arl ilticlt, Io)f !Z. fl~~" iril~ b 'i n t exp -lro0 1 lon 'rd (Ol Ef' wj1A1 iti l ?? ?? ?? t 5. vxnn Soa'i rl I'nrc d Iiw - '71 y iro! ftr T - P~iritogr'r Iro. ScioloiC is Ti:irflh"3 C IIP 4 Solooo 'o Amatsi
February 16, 1878 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
DREADFUL FIRE AT NEWINGTON BUTTS.—LOSS OF FOUR LIVES.

DREADFUL FIRE AT NEWINGTON BUTTS.—LOSS OF FOUR LIVES.

DREADFUL FIRE AT | NBWINGTONBUTTS.L-OSS OF.ZEUPL LIVES. (SUBTECT OF ILLUSTRATION.) On Sunday morning, 'at a few minutes before six De o'clock, a fire was discovered at a house, No. 11, Newinvg- ton-botto, not far from the Rev. Mlr. Spurgeon s Tabernacle, and in the course of litt
October 16, 1869 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
ATTEMPTED MURDER OF A WOMAN AT GLASGOW.

ATTEMPTED MURDER OF A WOMAN AT GLASGOW.

ATTEMPTED MUITURDER OF A WOMAN ATr GLASGXOW. I (SUBJECT 0F TLLS' STr&ATIOF,] A 5FNsATION' was o04d6nd in GleegoW on Thursday by lihe repqrt ths., 3nu --,rpt to renrder had been mriade En a court leadfeg off' Q xean-street, near to the Royal ZE.change, the clrcumsatinces ?? ?? nr
January 12, 1889 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
SUICIDES.

SUICIDES.

SUIOD15S ?? _ * _ an I!O~ i&ay Mr. Wo.d held an inqnr a Woelwle> ?? the death of Willlrm,~SoathervweeJ, of 5, Tza..- 1 i~IJgar-ztreet, Woolwrlobh Fhema tho evidence of .George Sautherwoed, bm-ther so, deceased, It aps. - i ,peared bbat the latter mat wltb an accident some 66 time
January 12, 1889 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
The Illustrated Police News.

The Illustrated Police News.

The Illu8trated Police P/ewe. SATURDAY, SEPTE;MBER 4, 1680. THE Police Office has not unfrequently to l)ear blame for irregulprities for wbich it is not responsible. For instance, complaint was made last year at Liverpool that a packet containing a bottle of wine andi abos of fig
September 4, 1886 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
DREADFUL DISASTER AT SHEFFIELD.

DREADFUL DISASTER AT SHEFFIELD.

DI','CAD FUL D3A.S'TE7LE' AT fUITEFFIELD. [SURJECT OF ILLtSTrATIoN.] Ocx Wdnesday afternoon, by the falliou of a wall in Meadow-street, Shcrfieldd, Ecven shildren were killed. and two others injured, The wall formed part of the hoandary of toe works of Messrs. Daniel Don- caster
September 4, 1886 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

NOTICE. THIS WEEK'S (Sept. 4th) FAXMILY DOCTOR People's Medical Adviser Will be the FIRST NUSIBER of the FOURTH VOLUME. All Purohasers will be presented gratis with Plture "The Discouery of Vaccination." One Pcnny; by Post, Threehalfpence. G. PURKESS, 2S6. STRAND, LONDON, W.C. DE
September 4, 1886 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
CLUB OR GAMING HOUSE?

CLUB OR GAMING HOUSE?

CLUB_OR GaMING HOUSE? -- _ _..Alh -A a~ '00AU HVMRY HARDY, tWO~tygUr, described an a clerk, of TIlU-road, Haclkney HeDry Steiniag, tatty olght, clerk, of Oolnmbi.-reed, Hackney; riohard GallB, forty.three, lvorygttufner, Gasosigne, elae, Haokney-road Thomas White, twentyg-ix- ara
December 8, 1888 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
DESTRUCTIVE FIRES.

DESTRUCTIVE FIRES.

= A -1m.- C al -4Jon s1r JUST before midnight on Saturday an outbreak of fire, resulting in much daniage, happened on the premises belonging to Mr. A. Ford, ironmonger, No. 179, Qaeen's-road, Peckham. The Fire Brigade was quickly in attendance, but the fire was already rapidly s
July 3, 1886 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England