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Everybody's Column.

Everybody's Column.

acr*4'o coluittu+ iu ?? of ON Friday a police-constable found the dead body of a I man on the Brighton race-course. The deceased had a s, revolver by his side. Papers foaud in: his pockets bear ro tho nacee of H, Upwards. if Early on Friday morning a fire broke ant at 414, IHorns
08 August 1885 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
CHARGE OF FORGING A BANK NOTE.

CHARGE OF FORGING A BANK NOTE.

CHARGE OF FORGING A BANE NOTE8. T the Mansion Hointe Policr-.An-mrt 'Phrnm Ul- Ar tire Manlsion House Police-corirt, Thomas John Green, a well-dressled men, described as an engraver, has been charged on remand -with having forged an enraved coppor-plate bearing a reprerontation o
26 December 1885 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
CHARGE OF MENACING THE PRINCE OF WALES.

CHARGE OF MENACING THE PRINCE OF WALES.

CHARGE OFMENACING THE PRINCE 'O1, WALES, - -, : : . . ONr oiday, John Magee, twenty-three, desoribed's -j a photographer, of 9, Austral-street, St. George'4- F road, Southwark, and his wife, Sarah Frances'Magel, ' nineteen, were charged befdre'Xir. Vaughiii, 6te' El RBow-street P
26 December 1885 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
The Illustrated Police News.

The Illustrated Police News.

The l/ustratdt Pol/ce ets.I SATURDAkY,1 MAY 9, 1S35. MONDAY last illarlod at poillt ill the Lon)don season. 'rlThe Exhibition of Invent ions w-\as opened at Sout;l Kensiuritoll, aildl thle g'illeries of thc ?? Atcadlemyl it Bull illgtn l-louse. Tire Inventories is the sse-essor o
09 May 1885 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
Items of News.

Items of News.

re ttit1;5 0' Ag ,- - r Ac' tme Kianturk Petty Sessions, on Saturday, five Ilyolug men, nam11ed! Ryan, Bradley, Barrett, Carroll, and Thorntoll, were charm id with havingY entered several houies in tlie district of King Wilbametown | for theo plu~oh of iutimidaliun and demanding
09 May 1885 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
Odds and Ends.

Odds and Ends.

I-,I , - OWDO9,4 WO~ '01~ WISE WORDSM. I A TiLc rev indness goes a good, way. It is ,oahbih to be obstinlate over tifito.2 to 1 uth is the meudium between despair end, lItehmp- Sr tion. The serene, silent beauty of a holy life is the1 ?? powerful influence in the world, on~ ?? e
09 May 1885 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
SHOOTING AT A BURGLAR.

SHOOTING AT A BURGLAR.

SHOOTING AT A DURGLAR. | [SUBJECT OF IbLUSTIfMirsON. ] |ON Saturday, last week, William Clark, thirty-three, sioremason, address refused, was cbarn-crl, at Greenwich Police court, with attermptingr to btirgdairiously ?? tho premises of Mr. Nathaniel WogT, joivellr, of 4S7, New Cr
24 October 1885 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
Odds and Ends.

Odds and Ends.

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18 July 1885 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
BURGLARY AT WALWORTH.

BURGLARY AT WALWORTH.

BU1E G LARLY AT W2,LIVORTIE. lbuljoI'lJ;l\ J.,I. t., ?? ?? TenF police ?? o niskg i nquiries on Saturdlay relative to an ud'aicions burgiary ?? Ias committed on Friday nlormiu at So, W'estniorclem(1-ro1d, ls worth, a plrivata house, occulpied by a widow lady named ]laddon, It see
21 March 1885 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
ACTION FOR LIBEL—VERDICT.

ACTION FOR LIBEL—VERDICT.

ACTION FOR LTBEL-VERDICT. lI the Queen's Bench Division, on Monday, the case of " Grant v. Yates " was resumed before Mr. Justice Hawkins and a special jury. The action was brought by Mr. George Grant, stockjobber, against Mr. E. Yates, proprietor of the W1orld, for a libel conta
21 March 1885 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England