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NATIONAL SPORTING CLUB.

NATIONAL SPORTING CLUB.

I NATtONAL -SPORTING CLUB. BILL FIELDEI9 IS RATHER LUCKY ' TO GET A DRAW AGAINST HA RRY MANSFIELD. - THE WESTERN LAD DISPLAYS -A LACK; OF FINISHING \POWER. SOME 'IAME MIINOR BOUTS. CONTRARY to general expectation, the boat between Harry Mansfeld. and Bill Fielder at the National
14 April 1900 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
RACING NEWS.

RACING NEWS.

RACING NEW2j:.- ,'LEICESTER AND ALEXANDRA PARK. NQTES^ AND SELECTIONS. THE mnost remarkable'faet about the first: two weeks' fat racing ha-s been the -ecenf- tri. perfoxuiorances of most of the horses. In, most cases dnly . a few were backed in their respective races, and' in som
14 April 1900 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
BANK CLERK'S SUICIDE.

BANK CLERK'S SUICIDE.

Some curious evidence was given before the Battersea coroner, relative to the death Robt. Armstrong Evans, twenty-two, bank clerk, who committed suicide by shooting himself Overstrand Mansion*, fashionable flats overlooking Fark. Ferdinand Evans, 'bus conductor, and brother the
17 January 1903 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
ANOTHER REVOLVER ACCIDENT.

ANOTHER REVOLVER ACCIDENT.

AT Elfcrd, near Tamwcrth, an inquest was held Charles Edward Che-ter, son the rector of Elford, and a midshipman in the Royal Navy, aged sixteen j.ars. the presence of companion was repairing a revolver, svh n it exploded, the bullet passing through the hand the companion and lo
17 January 1903 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
GRAVE STATE OF AFFAIRS IN CHINA.

GRAVE STATE OF AFFAIRS IN CHINA.

GRAVE STATE OF* AFFAIRS IN CHINA. FOREIGNERS IN DIRE PERIL. EUROPEAN SAILORS SENT UP TO PEKIN TO PROTECT THEIR FELLOW COUNTRYMEN. Fop. some time past the- most disquieting news has come from China, and at the pre- sent moment the European Powers,' acting in concert with America a
16 June 1900 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
BRILLIANT CHARGE OF CAVALRY UNDER GENERAL HAMILTON.

BRILLIANT CHARGE OF CAVALRY UNDER GENERAL HAMILTON.

BRILLIANT CHARGE OF CAVALRY UNDER G;EyNERAL HA7MILTOaNJ :0 g THE HOUSEHOLD CAVALRY, 12th LANCERS, AND KITCHENER'S HORSE GET TO CLOSE QUARTERS WITH THE BOERS. AND ROUT THEM.
12 May 1900 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
THE TRANSVAAL WAR.

THE TRANSVAAL WAR.

AL M-R. THI T ?? $&Be BS 1 ON. TH EMA ,kR EI A B~O E:ERSL LP ._HUNTERS _ORCE ON. THE; ,OUR CAVLRY GET A CHANCE, AT tLAST. WAY TO MAFpEKINO. SAND USE IT. I . I ;? . . I I I .. -HAS ?? TREA,.-ED9- Ir proof were needed of the intense interest with which everyone in the British Empir
12 May 1900 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
COLD-BLOODED BRUTALITY OF THE BOERS AROUND MAFEKING.

COLD-BLOODED BRUTALITY OF THE BOERS AROUND MAFEKING.

*COLD-BLOODED BRUTALlTY PF NTHE BORS AOUND . IAEKNG. - TRIRTEEN NATi WtOMEN TIR¢; - TO .2! ESOA PEv :R:ANrD AiRi' RUTHLESSalY MURDEBED' BY ,THE CRUTELt t_ .B RGHERS.-- : Rwt: oars, ptpv~i~: -iriit~,ted at -:the- . heroic edifexnee .wb o.~s. prvented thieir- .takiag 3S~teking,, ha
12 May 1900 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
MAGNIFICENT BAYONET CHARGE BY THE GORDONS.

MAGNIFICENT BAYONET CHARGE BY THE GORDONS.

MAGNIFICENT BAYONET 411ARGE Surrounded by 250 Boers, Fifty of the Brave Highlanders Fix _- and with One Irresistible Rush Sweep the Enemy Aside with Cold Steel.
12 May 1900 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
VIOLET KILDARE.

VIOLET KILDARE.

IWFJOLET ?? MILDARE.. A ROMANCE OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN WAR.: B, GUY B. H. LOGAN. CHAPTER XIII. AT PalTOR>... Tremendous as was the excitement 'and enthusiasm ?? Town and throughout the colony when President. Paul Kruger threw down his insolent challenge to the British Empire. it wa
21 July 1900 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England