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THE TRAGEDY AT BABBACOMBE.

THE TRAGEDY AT BABBACOMBE.

ThX+ TRAGEDY AT BABBACOMIBE.| [ifTii l'onr'rAITS AND OTHER ILLUSTRATIONS.] M .Teliztragic death of Miss Keyse, at Babbacombe, on the 1 15th'ult,, is stillthebsunjectof judicialinquoiry; When t theojnry reassembled on the 28th it was found that I other articles had been sent up to
13 December 1884 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
Everybody's Column.

Everybody's Column.

?? CO*00?1' N ?? 1. I ItsexoRTis prevalent in Rouse sto the effect that the XItelian ship stationed in the bay of Assab has received ',sorders tidoccupy Zolla, on the African coast of the Bed ,- . The preliminary steps are being taken at Cambridge for raising a University memoria
13 December 1884 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
CHILDREN SUPPLIED TO ORDER.

CHILDREN SUPPLIED TO ORDER.

CH ILDREN SUPPLIE TO RD E . A PLE SU PPLYQF II' ,ALWAYS ON sjj 1til'lltI. "Il i' :1 ; I1' I I A I1il'll I I., 'i ' ! TI .i i1r].1.11C.I.: . !,i , . III!! : ?? I I11. !-I ?? Hill II i;; h r ,/1L I I I- ?? -
12 March 1881 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
HORSE WHIPPING A LADY

HORSE WHIPPING A LADY

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12 March 1881 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
STATE OF IRELAND.

STATE OF IRELAND.

. .. ?? .. .. .. . _ , Famel,ty night's Diblia Gazelle contained a proolSamnO- |tion by the Lord.Lientenant, proscrib~ing several Ilar~ge and important districts of Ireland, and giving the forme of warrants to be used for apprehensions under the Coercion Act. Mr. Hearne, the lan
12 March 1881 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
ALLEGED VIOLATION OF THE RED CROSS.

ALLEGED VIOLATION OF THE RED CROSS.

|ALLEGED VIOLATION OF TLLE iIWED C110ss. j 7 1 1 - -s - A _ A .. IdA l 0) Tux Standard states that an outrage by the Boers Is Ortd reported at Neweastle. Dr. Biarbour, accompanied d by a man named Dyas as assistant, procee<'ed nuder the snepioes of the Red Cross Society-some say
12 March 1881 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
The Prize Ring.

The Prize Ring.

I mg. T"'lit V,_r+3t H+ FATAL FJGHT BETWEEN DEAF BURKE AND BYRNE. DEiAF BunirK, the champion pugilist, was born in London on December 5th, 1809. He stood five feet eight and a quarter inches in height, and trained in condition he weighed one hundred and seventy-four gpounds. He w
08 November 1884 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
UFFNER'S SMALLEST MAN IN THE WORLD

UFFNER'S SMALLEST MAN IN THE WORLD

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13 January 1883 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
Police Intelligence.

Police Intelligence.

IaOIta MaIxiboyouglh Streat,-Anule Jermy, twenty five, ('uNhfd iii'a an atitlist uf R~olle Collage, Whjiyte- ~x~1-aiEnfield, was charged on remand with ol'-ta,~n;iu bv f,!se pretenoes a soasishin niantlo, a i".1iur'rl tai;H boin and muff, of the value oV fwity-fi~c' ~pm~, with in
27 November 1886 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
Police Intelligence.

Police Intelligence.

V.0fte n Atli~tn. 1%Eansion ?? Saturday three boys, ri-it-d Birown, Shecn, in I( llckl, were clhargeld with -7 lnt a cash-box, belonging to Mlessrs. Knight aild publishers, Flect-street, in whose service they vI been. On February 3 thle cash-box, which cont- ilsomec postal orders
01 March 1884 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England