Symud i'r prif gynnwys
Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

22 erthygl ar y dudalen hon

HEAD CONSTABLE SUED.

---11 USES OF HEATHER.I

ELECTRICITY LIKE WATER. !

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I REMARKABLE CAREER.

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REMARKABLE CAREER. BROUGHT FROM PRISON ON A CHARGE OF BIGAMY. Remarkable details were given of the career of Fredk. James Millard at Bow-street Pohce- court on Saturday, when he was charged with bigamy, he having been brought from Worm- wood Scrubbs Prison, where he ie undergoing eentence of 18 months' imprisonment for em- bezzlement. It was stated that in July, 1886, he was married to Emmeline Harris, at Camberwell, and appeared to have treated her badly. Seine years after he suffered a term of imprisonment and was reteaised in July, 1904. By .means of false references he obtained em- ployment with the Express Dairy Co., but he did not live with or support his wife. Last December he began courting Miss Mary May Saunders, b,trm:a.-id at the Albion Public- house, Southampbon-row, and in June last he went through the form of marriage with her at the St. Giles's Registry Office, Broad-street, Bloomsbury. Six days afterwards he was arrested for em- bezzling his employers' money, and was now undergoing sentence for that offence. Prisoner now said he believed that his first wife was dead, but Mr. Frayling, who pro- secuted, pointed out tnat prisoner wrote to hia wife in January, when he was courting Miss Saunders. Prisoner's first wife was called, and said after he left prison in 1904 she lived with 'her hus- band for six wreeks, after which she went to her mother's in Lewd sham. When they were first married prisoner raised £ 30 on her parents' furniture. The brokers were afterwards put in for the money, but they were paid out. Accused's uncle once set him up in business as a clothier at Bristol, but at the end of three years he went into the Bank- ruptcy-court. Prisoner never treated her kindly. He was of drunken habits, and used to bet. Prisoner was committed for trial.

-UKBURIED FOR TEN DAYS.

! THE KING AT MARIENBAD.

SUNDAY HOUSEBREAKING.

I AN EFFICIENT ARMY.

I BOATING DISASTER.

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THE QUEEN OF EOLLAND. I

DEATH OF A BENEFACTRESS.

MISTAKEN IDENTITY.

I GREAT FUR ROBBERY.

INEW AIRSHIP INVENTED.I

HOME HINTS. ..

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MRS. HARRINGTON'S SECRET.…

I ROASTED TO DEATH.

IGERMANS AND THE WELSH COAL.…

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