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GERMAN VALETS THEFTS.

GERMAN VALETS THEFTS.

Before Mr. Robert Wallace, K.C.. at London Sessions on Tuesday, • German valet. named Karl Ericksohn, twenty-seven, pleaded guilty to having stolen two watches, • pair of opera glasses, and other articles, the property of Alexander de Vanarits, and two watches and money of the t
19 February 1910 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
LABOUR LEADER _DEAD.

LABOUR LEADER _DEAD.

The death is &talcum-ea of Mr. Pete Curran, which cecurred at his reeiii,noe in London ow Monday evening. Deeraied. who was tilt' of age. wait a well-known Labour leader, and r. pnewented Jarrow from 1907 until the recent deo. ti„,n, when he can defeated.
19 February 1910 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
CHEAP BEER FOR WOMEN.

CHEAP BEER FOR WOMEN.

----- At the Bainber Bridge Sessions Dr. C. J. Trimble, who presided, in regretting the increase in the figures for drunkenness, said the arrangement with the licensed victuallers regarding the abolition of the "long pull" had been circumvented by a method which the justices hig
19 February 1910 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
BEVERLEY TOWN COUNCIL. BESIGNATION OF THE CHIEF CONSTABLE. AMALGAMATION OF THE GAB AND WATER DEPARTMENTS.

BEVERLEY TOWN COUNCIL. BESIGNATION OF THE CHIEF CONSTABLE. AMALGAMATION OF THE GAB AND WATER DEPARTMENTS.

The monthly meeting of this Council, on Monday night, which was preaLled over by the Mayor (Councillor W. H. Elwell), wee attended by the following members: Aldermen F. A. Arden, C. J. Arden, NutoheY, J. F. Raney, W. Whitehead, and H. Wray; Councillors J. tared, E. H. Butt, R. F
19 February 1910 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
THIS STATE OF BUTT LANE.

THIS STATE OF BUTT LANE.

Alderman Wray drew attention to the disgraceful condition of Butt Lane, which in was almost impassable. He knew the lane was under dual control. bat be thought that for the sake of the residents there that portion of it which was in the borough ought to have special attention.—O
19 February 1910 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
Tag BOROUGH ACCOUNTS.

Tag BOROUGH ACCOUNTS.

On the recommendation of the Finance Committee, it was resolved that Messrs. Locking, Scott, and Co., charactered accountants, of Hull, be appointed the auditors of the Borough accounts; and that applications be invited for the post of accountant to the borough, who would be req
19 February 1910 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
INVISIDR Or ADIMIVE STAMM.

INVISIDR Or ADIMIVE STAMM.

Or STAMM. Sir Rowland Hill is comnumly supposed to be the inventor of the adhesive stamp. The idea was that of James Chaluiers. a native of Arbroath. Chalmers, who was born in 1772, conceived the ides of an adhesive stamp for postal purposes in 1834. the time when the for postal
19 February 1910 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
BITS FROM BOOBS.

BITS FROM BOOBS.

INDIAN STORIES. Sir Edmund V. Cos. according to - My 'Thirty Veers .n India" (Mills and Boon,. had as headquarters' chief enviable a jamadar named Stiabnaway. On the of Queen Victoria's Jubilee, this man went to Engltnd and was presented to her 3lajesty with other native officer
19 February 1910 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
The Beverley Waterworks. LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOARD INQUIRY.

The Beverley Waterworks. LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOARD INQUIRY.

A public enquiry respecting an application for a loan of £1,350 by the Beverley Corporation for the purpose of making a new site for the Waterworks was held at the Guild Hall, on Thursday morning, by Mr. P. M. Orosthwaite, M. lost., C.E., and Mr. B. W. Wheaten, M.D., on behalf o
19 February 1910 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England
 
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19 February 1910 - Beverley Independent - Beverley, Yorkshire, England