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Police Intelligence.

Police Intelligence.

price fltem(oleice. MANSION HOUSE, at Alleged Forgery. C GEORGE T VAWLI?NSON, a groom, and Henry White, a 01 clerk, ere charged with forging and uttering orders G for tho derlvery of goods with intent to defraud. The 1 prosecutors were Messrs. Abbott, Anderson, and re Company, wa
30 November 1889 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
FREE SPEECH AND STREET OBSTRUCTION.

FREE SPEECH AND STREET OBSTRUCTION.

I FREE SPEEC -AND STREET OBSTRUCTION. I JOBi, BENHAMr PARKER,-fdrty, a surveyor, of Netley- street, Paddington, was charged, at the Marylebone Police5pourb, on Monday, with causing an obstruc- tion in' Earl-street, Edgware-road, by delivering a speech from a chair. ' William Gili
02 November 1889 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
BREACH OF PROMISE CASE.

BREACH OF PROMISE CASE.

,an IN the Queen's Bench Division, before Mr. Baron LaL Huddleston and a common jury, the case of Smith of v. Avery came on for hearing. It was an action for to breach of promise to marry, and the defendant bad placed several pleas upon the record ; but it was said di-that the o
30 March 1889 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
Passing Notes.

Passing Notes.

Passing Rates. --p- idFIFTiEEN yearsl ego a young man named Koebler, 11ving ir. III ?? State, was sent to prir. n for five Yeare idfor hit share In a series of burglaries in rc ik Cooy The convict was only nineteen yearm of Dge, and liberty wvas ilear to him. He had been bat six
05 January 1889 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
THE LATE FIRE IN WOOD STREET.

THE LATE FIRE IN WOOD STREET.

LUx E FE W - TaLTE FIRE IN' W0 OD STiE ET. Ox Friday 11r. Largham held an incyiry at the City Coroner's Court, Golden-lane, as to the cause of the fire which occurred recently at the establishment of Messrs. Rylands and Sons, o5, Wood-streeb,iCheap- side. Mr. 1,icholl, solieitor,
12 October 1889 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
Passing Notes.

Passing Notes.

jlfts?,-ul-t-gft J "I I f 2 s, PARACUUTISTS must expect disappointment at times, and so must the public attracted by them, The greater the risk of life which an entertainer will undlergo, the greater the number of patrons, who at times seem unreasonably vexed when lie does not br
12 October 1889 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

MANSION HOUSE. Th~e Charge Aga;inSt a 51alor. 1 Frank Fisher, thirty-five, described as a Major in I the Army, was charged wish obtaining a diiamonxd alt ring, of the value of £.55, by false protences, from MLr. Go' J. Milla~r Wilkinson, a jewveller, at .3, St, Michael's- Vio all
14 September 1889 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
DISTRESSING SUICIDE IN THE SERPENTINE.

DISTRESSING SUICIDE IN THE SERPENTINE.

I ON Friday evening Mr. Henry E. Barnes, deputy- coroner for Westminster, held an inquiry at the Board-room, Ebury-bridge, Pimlico, into the circum- stances attendng the death of Sarah Ann Johnson, aged fifty-two, lately of 11, Graham-road West, Pimlico, who was found drowned in
24 August 1889 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
A FEVER TRAP.

A FEVER TRAP.

MtR. CArTrAn, coroner for West Kent, has just held th an inquest at the Baring Hotel, Grove Park, Lee, on kc the body of Frederick James Reynolds, aged thirteen weeks, whose parents reside at a cottage on Shrof- to l fold's Farm, Grove Park. The mother said their be water supply
24 August 1889 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
DISASTROUS FIRES.

DISASTROUS FIRES.

ABon' FiVe o'clock on Saturday morning the Banlk- buildings Baptist Chapel, Weoymouth, was discovered to be on fire by a night watchmani. Observing huge masses of tlunes leaping through the windows, he at once rans to the police-stiation, and in a few milsutes the policemen were
02 March 1889 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England