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THE SPELTER INDUSTRY.I

FIRST JEWISH V.C.

CHARGES AGAINST CANADIAN BOOT-MAKER…

1HYDE PARK MYSTERY. I

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HYDE PARK MYSTERY. I Thp body of a middle-aged woman later I identified as that of Annie Elizabeth Jarman, was last night discovered in a ditch at the North Western corner of Ilyde Park, London, with .sevearl wounds in the lower part of the body, and also in the throat aud on the arm, apparently inflicted with a knife. The deceased woman lived at Creeceot- ptreet, Notting Hill, and wits 41 years of (le. She was undoubtedly the victim of foul play of a particularly brutal type. So ? pe. o ,severe are the wounds that they are be- lieved to have been inflicted with a soldier's bayonet. Detectives have been digging in the vicinity in the hope of tracing the weapon with which the murder was committed, but so far their efforts have proved unsuccessful.

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