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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yen thinle le was quite sober and ealm when lee said it? Holwill: He spoke very plainly to The Chairman: Might he not have been joking altogether? Holwill: No, I think not; I asked him if he was any re. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thorns', and Weotland Pound, to BEirck more Gate. There the line will pass undzr the road and go through Rowley, Holwill, Parracomnbe 1Churnh Town), Martinhoe Gross, Ratis2ombe. and Dema, to the terminus. Station accommodation will be p,- i vided at Subscribers-only content

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    illlp3O ande Srn, Bcirmin ghpir, perodeaien cap makbera. main and CobbeEt, Grebh.na1ntreet, City, accountants 8cholhield aned Booth Todmnorden, joiners. . Holwill and Gaton, dreat To fington, oaddlrer. a Smith and Hopkine, Blreninhain, ggn manufacturere. a, Chapman anal Pareasa, fit. Katherine's-wharf, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Corber (the sister of the mau Corber, whors'is cargred with having committod the murder) cominm to hissm andl stating that Holwill, a stok-er on hoard R.J.S. Indus while at Rio Jaueiro, saw a Sean namued Robins lho told him that Subscribers-only content

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    setehire, on Saturday. D~r, W. HI, EGeake, upholsterer, was about to be taken to the Wells Lunatic Aiylun by Sergeant Holwill, Mr. Hedyar, gunsenith, and a friend of his, Whilst at Pen Mill 8tation they pacesd the platform and as Subscribers-only content

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    setehire, on Saturday. Mr. W. H. Geske, upholsterer, was about to be taken to the Wells Lunatic AsVlumn by Sergeant Holwill, Mr. Helyar, gunsmith, and a friend of his. WhIlst at Pen Mill Station they paced the platform, and as Subscribers-only content

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    onelew--ereecent, lironorton. ouqlrle Holt William, Great Yarmouth, soliciltoz Holt WilIIamo, 112, Bileegt Fcreaqnire Hilt Raev, Williiamn Henry, Elthreibuq. Crooglletlc. tre'irot Holwill Frederick, Totirtngtor, lmerc"Riat Hone R1ev. Janica Campbill, T1lowdilli (5ayt.,nrji, taa'-nitez Heny George Henry. laneretack, near Suiblurihtr rotontma Hood Robert Subscribers-only content

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    F.JLS.ED. Mr. Vansittairt Neale hasbee~nappointed estoetary, ISOMN,&MDUsXM EXTHAORDII(ARY. -Early on 3tondaiv morning a; strange occurrene, took place in Stonahouse. Poliee-sergeant Holwill and two constables were on M~aty-street when their attention was diricled to premises in the occupation ci MUessrs. Underwood Subscribers-only content

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    Merecry-o y n or TANTED, a secood-hnud Portable steami CRANE, to lift about Woe toni long jib. Apply to F. Holwill, Torrington, Devon. L ODGINCS wanted, in the country, by yoning man, for a week or l two. ?Most be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mercury' office, Leeds. ATANTED, a secollik-hand Portable Steam CRANE, to lift aboet lI' one ton; long jib. Apply to P. Holwill, Torrincton, Devon. 7ITAN-TED. a Pair of MULES, 23f piteh bobbin 24 threads; i muot be in good condition and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ratri anfl .A[t0raL. aA2nvp NURSES NS'XTUTjTONX -Nonses for ndmontblY casea can 'be obtainedon appli. . 00, itto'eolfflcirtLeeds. aMANAGIfrGCLElKIC jrho condrits thle business without anpervision;' He must W~odwaysice"Salasi M2O Per sumnmo. Address 18 204, ~ ~ousM, near to thetowi). Rn~o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Saturday morning. Mr. W. E. (jeake, upholsterer, was about to be taken to the Wells Lunatic Asylum, by Police. sergeant Holwill, Mr. I1elyar, gunsniith, and a friend of his. Whilst at Pen Mill Station they paced the platform, and as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the police the name of O'i3rien. and not Joones-, but the officer said he took the name of Jones. Police-Constable Holwill, who went O0 board the ship on Friday afternoon, stated that he picked up a belaying-pin oni the deck Subscribers-only content

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    with having committed the murder) coming to him on Tues- day evening and stating to him that a man named Holwill, a stoker on board H. M.S. Indus, while at Rio Janeiro, saw aman named Robins, who told him that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was charged With having committed tho mordor) coming to him on Tuesday evening, and stating that a man name J Holwill, a stoker on board H.M.S. Indus, while at Rio Janeiro, saw a man named X bins, who told him Subscribers-only content

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    On Thursday last a concert was given at the Town Hall, by Mr. Charles Fowler, of Torquay, assisted by Messrs. Holwill and Salter of this town, in aid of the fund for restoring the parish church. - Mr. Fowler has Subscribers-only content

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    to Bt. Ann's Chapel, lo replace Sergeant Skewes, transferred to Week St. Mary. P.C. Burroughs, Bodmin to Newlyn, vice P.C. Holwill to St. Austell, vice P.C. Brown to St. Agnes. *P.C. Symons, Oamborue to Heamoor, vice P.C. Jewels to Camborne. Subscribers-only content

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    a hill above Holwood, observing afox - undoubtety tho ona he pack had p eviously lost- sneaking rut of the Holwill Wood, aud proseeding towards t'illaton Vli.l Wcol, raised a "TaQy ho." '1 h>'s attracted ths pack's attention, which had Subscribers-only content

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    who bad business on board the Austraha. Major Brutton, Constables Lagan and Egan in plain e «? an f Sergeant Holwill in uniform, all of the County Police stationed at Stonehouse, took passage in tender Messrs. Fox, Sonf, and Co.'s. Subscribers-only content

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    •:: n k ! „f _n„ k, - taaaiord l of the Kin B ot *te"s» »t *«ey. by B.C. Holwill. • „_„!' n i ?v a,n V'„lK . to *** canied un °n his premises on the So!S-ml,- t Subscribers-only content

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