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February 8, 1910 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
LEICESTER WOMAN'S PLUCKY CONDUCT.

LEICESTER WOMAN'S PLUCKY CONDUCT.

William Barnes (29), labourer, pleaded guilty to burglarieusty entering the dwellinghouse of Henry Arthur Smith on February 5 with intent to commit a felony. Mr. Powers, prosecuting, stated that prisoner, on the morning of the sth. was discovered in the bed-oom of Mr. and Mrs. S
February 8, 1910 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
LOUGHBOROUGH.

LOUGHBOROUGH.

The annual meeting of the Loughborough Branch of the British and Foreign Bible Society was held last night in the Victoria Room. Mr. S. H. Woolley presiding. The Secretary, Mr. H. C. Adcock. read the report, the Treasurer. Mr. W. Webb. giving the financial statement, which showe
February 8, 1910 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
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February 8, 1910 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
DEFAULTING JURORS. , Floes Imposed on Fifteen Absentees at Manchester Assizes.

DEFAULTING JURORS. , Floes Imposed on Fifteen Absentees at Manchester Assizes.

Manchester jurymen were, at the ▪ yesterday, ordered to pay • fine of £.5 _tor not answering to their names when d. At noon Mr. Justice Walton, who idea in the Civil Court, was without any ion owing to the early uettlement of ▪ C&l5 in the day's list. The Judge *A to assist with
February 8, 1910 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
TRAVELLER CHARGED WITH MURDER

TRAVELLER CHARGED WITH MURDER

A neuter telegram from Nancy to-day states that Antoine Farier, a commercial traveller, has been arrested, charged with murdering at Little • bank clerk named Thain, whose body was discovered in Favier's house. • Madame Favier has already been arrested.
February 8, 1910 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
MR. BALFOUR AND LONDON CITY.

MR. BALFOUR AND LONDON CITY.

At a meeting of the City of London Conservative Association, yesterday. under the presidency of Sir Joseph Dimsdale, it was decided to ack Mr. Balfour and Sir Frederick Banbury to attend a complimentary banquet on Friday, March 4. A message was received from Mr. Balfour intimati
February 8, 1910 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
ASSOCIATION. F.A. COMMISSION. Meeting This Morning. NO INFORMATION TO THE PRESS.

ASSOCIATION. F.A. COMMISSION. Meeting This Morning. NO INFORMATION TO THE PRESS.

The Commission appointed by the Football Association for the purpone of inquiring into the affairs of any clubs belonging to the F.A., sat at the offices of the Football Association, High Holborn, this morning. Manchester United were again the club under consideration, but no in
February 8, 1910 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
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MANCHESTER v. CITY OF LONDON. Oue of the most interesting matches of the pension took place on Saturday at the Wyvern Hotel. Leicester between teams representing the City of london and the Manchester Chess Chills, IS aside. The result was • win for 'London by 30 to 4, with one g
February 8, 1910 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
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February 8, 1910 - Leicester Evening Mail - Leicester, Leicestershire, England