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1900 - 1949
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ATTEMTED ASSASSINATION OF THE PRINCE OF WALES

... Gra2nd Master from the hand of an in- 1taded assassin. . LORD GEORGE H1AMILTON ON BELGIAN; GRATITUDE; Lord Go-orge Hamilton, sp-eaking at Acton (Mfiddle- ear last night, said he sh ould like to refer to the ldasr.srsli I attempt rends on tIlie, life of tbe ...

SIPIDO'S CRIME

... tot:, ssma tat v n toHer, Ma~jesty no the providen- I .CeePt th Prince of WXaics. The Queen fulh' *PF .-oO1 5 --.t - Ott-ate speaks or'. beh'atf of thle sn&cIL N uaoS 0:u jcsa ofear Empire. ...

GEN. HAMILTON ATTACKED NORTH OF THABANCHU

... that there is an older glory! There it hangs, and he pointed lto the British Flag. The Rev. Mauriee Phillips, of Madras. speaking on behalf of Waees, dclaoed thit the urion ui tile British | and American flags meant the peace of tint world. Mr. J. Hargrave ...

SCARBOROUGH RIOTS

... to it. A speech was made on th t occasion by Sir Robert Reid. an ex-.A ttorney-Cenerl. in which he went out of. his way to speak about it as an infuriated and drunken croawd. He was perfectly certain that Sir Robert Reid made the statement upon information ...

COURT AND PERSONAL

... eldest daugh- ter of the late MNajor William Cookeen (80th Regiment). We are informed that Mr. Chamberlain has no engagement to speak at the dinner to-day in c n- nection with the Tropical School of Medicine. The announcement to that effect published recently ...

YORKSHIRE DIVORCE SUIT

... ultimatelv quietened down, and Mr. Young seaid he was willing to let the matter drop providing his wife u-ould consent never to speak to Mintoft again, and Mlintoft was to leave the village at the end of the week. TMintoft said he would leave the parishi On ...

WOMEN'S NATIONAL LIBERAL ASSOCIATION

... department-s. T'hat was a most dangerous principle, and he should extremlely - regret if the matters of Cwhoi(l they had been speaking became law. (Hear, hear.) Mrs. Hicks said that the proposed donble shift for 1 the first time legalised Sunday labour, and ...

THE CLERICAL DIVORCE SUIT

... anae out, What happened to MIrs. Young? Sbe goit in:to the itrap again. Did any one come up? A young man in a-cart. Did you speak to him? 1 think there was sore |converation, and then Mrs. Yog and I drove a-way. I On the next occasion, continued -esa that ...

THE VICAR'S DIVORCE SUIT

... service as cook when Mrs. 'I'oung cent avway in Auqgost, 1895. t Witness had heard Mr. Youing tell his avife that she was not to speak to i-r. Min-gaft, and mxnt r et aolow the ehild'ren to spcak to him. When hirs. Young c-eat away shfe said she was comning ...

THE AFFAIRS OF TRITICINE LIMITED

... with regard to the arbitration proceedings and after a time -Mr. Lodge objected. and his H1onour ruled that the record could speak for itself and that it was not now admissible.--Mr. Tempest: On the 25th November, 1896. you went to allotment, and although ...

THE VICAR OF ALNE'S DIVORCE SUIT

... weas quite 'rue that at first she did promise not to speak to 2tfintoft. but then she found that her husblnd was spreading his version of what occurred in the study, and she deemed it necessary to speak to Min- toft, as the people in the village might think ...

THE CLERICAL DIVORCE CASE

... for a'holiday. Her husband was not speaking to witness at the tine, but she beard him shout, Get out my hunting ti., ; I am going to London.m He went L away tile same afternoon, about five oEclock. He did not speak to her before going. On his return ...