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"PEARL, THE FISHER MAIDEN."…

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I BARGOED POLICE COURT,

£ 10,000,000 FORT L NE.

ALIENS IN AMERICA, I

IWEIGHING PAPE 11 WITH GOODS.I

WOMAN IN MAN'S CLOTHES. I

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WOMAN IN MAN'S CLOTHES. SUFFRAGIST'S ARREST IN HOUSE OF I PARLIAMENT. Miss Catherine Wilson, who was found in the House of Commons on Monday evening, dressed in male clothing, was sentenced at Bow-street Police-court on Tuesday to six weeks' hard labour as a suspected person. The defendant appeared in the dock dressed in a dark grey overcoat, trousers, and brown boots. Mr. Knight, who appeared for the prosecu- tion, said that in addition to the charge pre- ferred the defendant had that morning been charged with being on enclosed premises for an unlawful purpose. On Monday evenin g she entered the central lobby, and sat on a seat outside the Attorney-General's office. Though dressed as a man, and wearing a man's wig, a constable suspected that she was a woman, and arrested her. As he seized hold of her arm he felt something in the sleeve of the coat, and on examination found a riding whip concealed there. When charged at the police-station she remarked, If I had carried out my purpose they would have got it hot. The Magistrate asked the defendant if she had anything to say. She replied, Only that I went there to give either Asquith or McKenna a good thrashing if I gof the chance," The Magistrate: The sentence is six weeks' hard labour. Defendant: Of course I shall not do i4

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THEATRE DESTROYED BY FIRE.…

FALL OF 1,200 FEET.I

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ASSOCIATION FOOTBALLI

INQUEST ON POISONED RECTOR.

BRITISH ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION.

DEATH OF A MINISTER.

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WATER SUPPLY OF NEW TREDEGAR.

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