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ram the gapers. MR Arthur W. Clayton, chaitman of the Royal Liver Friendly Society, died at Harrogate on Saturday morning. He was born in Sheffield in 18.30 and had been in ill health for some months. He had been chairman of the Liver Society since 1891. At Wolverhampton on Thursday a well-dressed, middle-aged man, giving the name of Jesse Mason, alias Smart, was committed for trial on a charge of supplying to Mary Moore, a single woman, a certain drug for the purpose of producing an unlawful result. The evidence showed that for the past two years prisoner had been advertising and carrying on a lucrative business at Mill Hill Grove, Acton, London, in supplying singie and mar-ied women with drugs and mixtures to relieve them of the consequences of their misconduct. The inquest at Halliugbourne Workhouse, Kent, on Monday afternoon on the seven-months old daughter of Ernest Bitten, grocer's assistant, re- sulted in a verdict of wilful murder againit the parents w ho wer committed for trial oil the coroner'ti warrant. Batten and his wife are about twenty years of age and were married last year. The child, who was insured, had frequently been left in a cottage all day without food, and four days ago when the inspector of the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children entered the house the decease i was found lying in a small tin box with the lid almost closed. It died two days later, death according to the medical evidence bitiv due to starvation.

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