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SENSATIONAL POISONING CASE IN HUNGARY

... SENSATIONAL POISONING- CASE IN HUNGARY. 3 5 a a I r a, I 5 [Eute' PciaZ &rvce Bunsntr, May 12-The trial of the three women PioniesKi, Xurjakow, and Kernast, who are charged .with'zaviiig poisoned at l ...

LOCAL DIVORCE CASES

... In the Probate and Divorce Division of the High Court of Justice, yesterday, Mr. Justice Butt had before him the local suit of Williams v. Williams, in which the wife, Mrs. Esther ...

ALLEGED BETTING SWINDLE

... Count Antoine Kalnoky (321, a Russian, who was unable to speak English, and Caypers Storm i23). of ladylike appearance, described as living at 6, Huntingdon Street. Barnsbury, ...

FATAL FIGHT AT THE WORKHOUSE

... .. . - An inquest was held yesterday, at the Coroner's Court, Moor Street-before Mr. Hawkes-touching the death of Henry Gaunter(65), an inmate of the workhouse, who recei ...

BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT

... BIPRMIINGHAM POLICE COURT. YESTERa ?? Mlfr. Col more (Stisx), Sir James Sawyer, and Messrs. Ellis, Bresae, ant ByYa. DIsEssis.o ci'S FAacca.-A Chinese juggler, named Yass'o Kitchio (35), Byron Street, ...

ATTEMPTED DOUBLE MURDER IN NORTH LONDON

... ATTEMIfTED DOYBLE MURDER IN NORTH LONDON. At the Enfield Petty Sessions, yesterday, John Walter Burrell (38), a labourer, of St. Albana Cottages, Nursery Road, Southgate, was charged, on remand with m ...

ALLEGED LIBEL UPON A DOCTOR

... I VERDICT. In the Queen's Bench Division, yesterday, before Mr. Justice Hawkins and a common jury, the hearing as resumed of the case of Blick v. Hall, which was an action ...

THE KENILWORTH TRAGEDY

... INQUEST ON BREWER. Yesterday afternoon an enquiry was held at the Abbey m HStel Kenilworth, before Mr. D. B. Wynter, into the canie.of' death of George Alfred Brewer (29), the ...

BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT

... I. 'EsTuEnsr.-BeOre Messrs. Clnmore ?? Tbnrmias, b . . Tangye, Jacobs, 'Middkemore, Hart, and Harris. A VYoLsrT Socaesr.-Charles Roby, bricklayer, M3oland Street, was charged ...