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mu TC)N. Edward Qrubb, a ^hBfet 34: years 0f age \yfi& his w<ir^op,^E xinion-^1^, Ricgg- la^d-rcfetni' Hoxton, and^Scei*^ ,8 W inJul'it8 that 6l[ diecjif.lw fallowing !«ter|jftqjk Tji. man named lEdinuattiS^ryEastqe, -who WaiMnJbe ^PWrnent ] ^tbd^steaML w<ig charged witb-the/iiirdor, and taien Wore tfce l»gistVe^el»t Wfl^ip-dTreet Police-c0urt From what the poli^e^hacL^Wen able to gather in connection with the case'lt may de stated that the shop, 2, Union-waik, was in the occupation of the deceased man Grubb. He is a cabinet-maker, 6tn- t)l^r^)9»era. me*; anion* «fcofc,W '.thtpufe ft'l "custody—EdwardEasfoe. Grubb' did netlive °n~ftie' "i .premises, -but ~ia Ely-place, Hoxton, the worksfe^ hpinjran uDper floor of the house, and rented al0ne_ Qd th0 night of the murder the men left the a(;a quarter-past nine, but Grubb, the master, announced his intention of Btaying to finish some work whic^ it-pvpe 'catciji^^ hairo-tsket irtP* Soup | wftrltnei JeavS, ^afiHo^k5Gf'ubb4o>»(SAfre^him -*oW account o' his work. Grubb refund bacau*?> said, that Eastoe had was said to have gone away grumbling, an<Mt Wa« that-: (m.tfrtfftfceviom. Satu*&rf-1«6B>0f '~g^uSrFet"Wt^56tratai' anlj^rufetr^g"lb ike1^" money overdrawn. That was the last »een 0f Grubb until seven ^1'OBB the foliowiAc Inconsequence of hiknokhaving beten h^iueaU h'8bt, been Ilis wife booiao farmed, and at. seven o'clock :,WeTat, to the prefaces -and prevailed oA 'a nian Watts, working for "another man in the 8atne ihojisei' td gci-jto .theifloar of the- workibop- opened it, and then Grubb was seen ]lng on the floor in a uool of blood. Beside him Wag a heavy wooden mallet marked with blood, audi all around, there wer^rridences dreaaf^ struggle having takijn place. Grubb's head wa» heftrfy smashed in by brows from tho mallet. lh«t he had lain some hours in that condition *as evi- I it ""r cODJecftired that the assault w8acou:uuitted.bat",eeJ¡. ten and eleven o^k ^ht» and j^st W0'? Grubb was about WUeafeei -fop thidfeh^t .Tii'e*or«' W standi^ 5, iplatfeffy close,hyL^uf- ,8pa|e por^M of been thrown dbVn and broken, do^fl^fluring, smuggle. Grubb's "apron was found on hia desj^ rolled up as us&fc^fc&YmgOffiat a&nBBffisSEifi the London Hospital, where he died tto «ftma g. -Jhe ^po^ ^J^akwi^hMee^of the ^elJ' 5s "^yyf ivefiMth^ shop, Willows, the facts relating. ^o\ the\man' were learned. He did hot, howevt r, appear about te/a oclock^ &p4 VheA -addressedt by Ins^tor Glaaa-appbhrefi tcrbe-fcuriti agitattd. • Br' w&s' ob'bis refusal to account for hia whereabduta on the Pre" vious night that he was detain^. L ^he^orottJes he was wearing, believed to be the same he wore on the previous, night,-w^e, tabpn- from him for jnicrosc<*PlC examination. The prisoner, at his own request, made the f^lowing, at^n^gnt .and, fjcpm inquiries] mt*d$.by the po-ice, his time up to eleven o'clock at night )s accoiwited. for, and eftej- that.time there ia only wife s evidence to support tis statement.. He said: I left work at half-past eight o'clock, and closed the door as I went out. Mv bench ia drum tn th A door, anff 'Uri GJuWBr»«t jniie. I lpo%d,!ov«r my shoulferlOT Mr.JPrulib, anjl asked him if he,.c0uld I0t ^d» c,Eaeto^ I've not got it." said, ViryirelE. Good nicht • T'm .ffninar lirtinfl." I went out with that boy (Willows). I had 3d. in my pocket, and I went into the Whiff Hart, and had » pint of beer. Then I hadU^J, in' my docket, and I took a ticket on the East London Railway to Shad- well. There I went into the Bricklayers' Arms, and asked Mr. Fordham, the landlord, if he would let me have a, pint of beer and half-an-ounce of tobacco- He said he Would, j I'had Only a halfpenny then in my pocket. I drank that pint with several of roy friends in the house, and then bad another pint. It was twenty minutes to ten when I left, and I looked at the clock. I went home and said to my wife, "Sarah, give me thre»-feaifp»n<je, and she aid; '♦ What for ?" I usually buy two- books-—Sow Belli and tha Family Herald—ewry w £ ek, and I went to the book-shop and bought them, and sat reading them. until eleven o'clock, when I went to bed. My wife came to bed soon after; The prisoner was remanded.


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