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SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER S3, 1995.j…

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SKETTY HOUSE: RANSACKED,

ARRESTS BY THE BARRY POUCE.

SUNDAY CARD PLAYERS.

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THE KING'S SCOTCH ViSIT.

Football Accident. I -8

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SUNK IN SUEZ CANAL.

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I Late Mr Louis Tylor. .

ACTRESS AND THE POLICE.

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ACTRESS AND THE POLICE. The Case of Lilian Gray. At Olerkenwellon Tuesday Lilian Gray (25), an elocutionist, surrendered to her recognisances to answer to a charge of soliciting. The defendant gives an unqualified denial to tbe charge, and for tbe defence evidence* of a crane-driver was adduced. He stated he eaw defendant shortly before her arrest, and he did not see any man in the thoroughfare when she pasted. Witness atao aaid that subsequently the volice officer CI art came to bim and asked him to go to court and swear he saw a mart, aa he wus likely to be pro- ceeded against for perjury. William Veinon, of Lamb's Conduit-street, stationer, saia be hotd known defendant four or five years, and there had bean nothing in her conduct, so far 11.11 be knsw, to warrant the belief that she was other than a respectable woman. Several other witnesses also stated that in their opinion defendant was a respectable woman. Mr George May, a merchant, of Lamb's Con. duit-street, spoke to defendant coming to bis house 10 see hii wife on tbe nigbt of August 23td, the night of bar arrest. She left shortly after 11 b'clock with his wife. tiet followed, and defendant purled company with them at Lamb's Conduit- street. The defentlant was a respectable woman. Counsel fotftafendant. then summed upbia case, arguing that tbe police had made a mistake in regard to a lonely woman living in a bad en. vironment, He alsostrongly commented upon the declaration of Lbe crane mac, and tlsked what possible reason could there ba for such a. state- ment if it was uot true. The magistrate said be would give judgment ou Friday.

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A Splendid Exhibition.

HUNTERS.

HACKS OR nJDING HORSES.

HEAVY HORSES.

THE JUMPING.

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