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A SCREAM IN THE NIGHT.

A SCREAM IN THE NIGHT.

A coroner's inquiry was held Barry on Wednesday into death of Annie Dowdle, wife boilermaker. A witness said that on Saturday night they saw the woman's husband drag her about by the liair. and heard him shout, "Pll murder you before I finish." A muffled scream was then heard, a
15 February 1906 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
FATHER, MOTHER, AND SON CONVICTED.

FATHER, MOTHER, AND SON CONVICTED.

William John Read, his wife Mary, and their son Harold, aged 11, living in Linacre-ro»d, Litherland, figured case the Liverpool Police Court on Wednesday, characterised the presiding magistrate one of the saddest in his experience, 'l'be son had visited a number shops in the cit
15 February 1906 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Mrs. Jones: "And hav© you any references?" Applicant: "No, mum; I tore 'em up." Mrs. Jones (in surprise): "Tor© them

Mrs. Jones: "And hav© you any references?" Applicant: "No, mum; I tore 'em up." Mrs. Jones (in surprise): "Tor© them

up! How foolish!" Applicant: "Vou wouldn't so, mu®, if xou 'em,"
15 February 1906 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
AN IMPOSTOR IN SPAIN.

AN IMPOSTOR IN SPAIN.

POSING AS A BATTEN BERG person speaking Spanish with an English accent, either assumed real, and describing himself a® a member of the Baitenberg family aiicl aide-de-camp to King Edward, has been victimising a large number of people in various Spanish towns. At Toledo (sav9 Reu
15 February 1906 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
1 Headstones, Memorials, etc. ii-vi Carving. Engraving, and General Art Work in bio and Stone.—A. Johnson, Babington-lane, Derby. m..MEMBERS PARLIAMENT,

1 Headstones, Memorials, etc. ii-vi Carving. Engraving, and General Art Work in bio and Stone.—A. Johnson, Babington-lane, Derby. m..MEMBERS PARLIAMENT,

including Sir Thos. li.ee. Richard Hell, Raphael, Hoi* t, Spencer Churchill, Chamberlain, Biuiuermau.—Lexers'. ' ONLY few more days of SALE: please call and what axe doing.—Clark and Pearce, 291, ONE POUND RE WARD will be paid to anyone giving information leading the conviction
15 February 1906 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Sirtlts, and charge of 2s. Gd. is timde/or and Marriages. Simple Notices jwJ' inserted free ; if any addition »»

Sirtlts, and charge of 2s. Gd. is timde/or and Marriages. Simple Notices jwJ' inserted free ; if any addition »»

charged St. 6d., whicn should re cases the Notices be properly ax*\ viiih the name andaddres of the sender. DEATHS. Jorf Ashbt.—On Feb. 7, at 22, hi taker street. Ash by, aged 59 years. . $ Bennett.—On Feb. 3, at 69, ret Ethel Bennett, aged ten months. .V Parker.—On Feb. 8. at 6
15 February 1906 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
IN HOT PURSUIT.

IN HOT PURSUIT.

[all RIGHTS BESKPVED. ] NOW ELL CAY, Author of "The Cost of Another's Crime," "A Foe in tbe Family," "The Woman Who Won," "An Invisible Lover," &c. (Co»Ue«*d.l The market-plaev, he entered it, already presented striking contrast to its deserted the night. But Lionel hurried onwa
15 February 1906 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
OUR LONDON LETTER.

OUR LONDON LETTER.

LONDON. Thursday Morning. MX. BALFOUR'S PLUNGE. Mr. Balfour's plunge not unanimously interpreted an the clubs this morning, but the preponderance opinion in Unionist circles that Mr. Chamberlain has secured a concession which practical admission on the part of the official leade
15 February 1906 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
GREY FRIARS BLEND." THIS Whitkev is composed of the produce from fon, of the OLDEST and BEST Distilleries existence, and

GREY FRIARS BLEND." THIS Whitkev is composed of the produce from fon, of the OLDEST and BEST Distilleries existence, and

blended produce combination of Ethers, thereby producing not only an exquisite (natural) flavour, but a spirit unequalled the Market. Approved County Analyst. 3s. & BOTTLE; DOZEN. THOMAS &~BAYLEY. WINE MERCHANTS & DISTILLERS' AGENTS GREYFRIARS. GLOUCESTER. Telephone 29x2.
15 February 1906 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
THE WINDSOR MEETING.

THE WINDSOR MEETING.

DATHI'S VICTORY AND DISQUALIFICATION. SALE OF ROYAL ARCH. After a fine morning the weather looked very dubious when racing commenced at Windsor. The clouds hung low and rain threatened. The overnight rain had rendered the course very heavy and holding, and on the whole the sport
15 February 1906 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England