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Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper from London, Greater London, England • 12

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'jm. 13, lS84t TESTEEDAT'S behind hand in the work. If they had done it roughly They tore his coat and severely scratched SPECIAL MORNING YESTERDAY'S SUMMARY. Last BTening a mamed woman named Ann Raa, aaU.aged 60, residing at Lambeth, was attackd br dog Ind bitten over the aye and hp TbJ wotmds were cauterised at St. Thomas's hospital.

Yesterday Edward Pascoe, an ironmonger, re.1 siding at 9, Stalham-street, Harrow-road, was ing along Edgware-road when he slipped off th. kerb and fractured one of his legs. He was coa. tney could nave aceomplisflea tne tasa-. xor, xxwuim sent them each to gaclif or seven days, with hard labour.

HrfJTTOATB. A Tiuin Jaminas. clumber' labourer, of Ballard'staic, Churoh-end, Fincbley, charged with having ik his possession a coil of new lead hiftn stolen. Cox. .143 de posed that about ten minutes to 12 on.

Friday Sight he saw the prisoner lying a ditcn, drunk, in Witness aroused him, and found under his coat and around his neck the coil of lead pipe produced. Witness asked if it belonged did not Know, witness asked Drisoner for whnm he was working, and he an- IWOTwl TiVir rinlnffa tob at but could not sav where Mr. Horlock lived. Prisoner was remanded for inquiries. CROYDON PETTY SESSIONS.

AssAmr.TTwfi tttie RmE7iirrp'3- OiTICBR. John Scale, in the employ of Mr. Herrick, sheriff's offioarf or the county of Surrey, was charged on a summons with assaulting Henry George Soulfc on Jan. 1, at 5, Bgerton-road, White Morse-jane, eoutn jnrwooa nnu awry wuiyc Wft rtblirirfirt nn a. nrnRfl.slimmons With' assaulting JohnBeale; there was also a summons against Henry George for assaulting Henry JNasn, nlnn ft nliov nn TlAnnmhnr 18th.

The firSt men- tioned summons was gone into. The complainant Soult deposed that on the 2Sth of October he borrowed the sum oi ot. xrom a money-ienaer iuo ajuuuuu-jvuu, Southwark. He was to repay it by weekly instalments of and he kept up the payments for two weeks, after which he fell, into arrears. Between five and six o'clock on the morning of January 1st he returned TnoTriB frnm sl Visit; BtmikwHll.

Sis wife let him in, and mm what, shn saM hA want the back-parlour. where he found Beale and another man. He asked them t.hpv wnntnrl nnet TEpnlfl noid. I Want 1U' Odd. Witness retorted.

I owe no He noticed the table- ninth hn.n Viperi t.nrnpA h. Rn'd he went tO PUS it StraUTJlC, whenhenoticod somB bread there. Beale said, What are yon going to do? That is mine." Witness replied: Toil have no htinlnftss hpre vou will have to 0 out. Defendant; thereupon pioked up a -fire-shovel from the fender and struck him on the head with It. makiiiff the remark.

"Ton think you are going to turn me out like the other man." The hlrtor nraaeft klm fftll fin th StOUnd. Wltnosa irot. nn. anrl a. knlfe-sharrjener which was lying on the drawers, said i If this wereapistoll would shoot you with it for knooking me down iiKe tost.

1.W mX lnnnlrfl1 him UnVlli qnnnnrl timn. ftnrl rtrnqqprl Mfl knees Into his chest, TJuOn being cross-sxammedbv Mr. Dennis, witness said he was certain the defendant had not -read a warrant to him. It was true that a man named flasn was put in possession of the furniture for tne same aeot on xiec. 18.

and that he pushed him out. As a matter of fact all t.hnir RwATift nut. of the -house. Mr. Iiamb in formed the Bench that the furniture was worth 50i.

Bosannoh Soult, -wife of evidence of her husband; John Beale, defendant was now rnllpti to p-lve his version and itwaa agreed that the case as against sauls snould be tasen at tne same time, xn reply to jut. jjenuis, ne saia ouuib smu ue wumuwuu rar. umumn? mi maw duij ms.uiaijis ilu. iuiroite ftit.rt t.hA lrltnhn anr! retiimefl to the back parlour with something concealed in hie hands. Soult said he would count "three, and at tne end ot mat time witness was hot out of the house he would mow out his brains.

He bad counted "one, two, and was about to sav" three" when witness seized Mm' bythecollarandcertainly.did pick up the shovel. He did not use it. however, but Soult fell on the fender and thus injured his head. Witness was certain ne reaa the warrant to tne aeienaant. Kenry jxasn, a snerim officer, then gave evidence as to the assault unon himby Soult on 18.

He threatened to shoot him and witness picked up a poker in self-defence. They naa a struggle an tne passage, anu uie ueieuuaiii. pvenfciiailv mit him out." The Chairman said it did seem dreadful that a man wanting 51. should go to one of theso places cailea loan omces. mr Edridge: The man gets 5., and pays back leaving HI.

10s. unpaid. He finds himself in arrears. fthri the loan office- ncoule go in for 13. 15s, I know nothing of ionddu money-lenders, but they are nothing but London sharps." The summonses in resnect to ana uouit ana vice versa were aismissea, Due lor assaulting Jfash Soult was fined IDs, and 7s.

costs. Xne case lasted nearly three hours. STBATFOBD PETTY SESSIONS, Teh Aixesbd Assacit -at iKyron. Balph Sydney Smith. 40.

of eentlemanlv appearance, said to be a shin toward; was again placed: in the dock to answer an adjourned summons, charging him with having assaulted Alice Waddington, at 3, Gouldsmith-road, leyton, on the evening of Dec. 24th. Mrs. Waddington repeated her evidence of last week, which was to the effect that on Christmas-eve, the defendant, who lived in the same house as witness, had been creating a disturbance. Miss Barnes and Mrs.

Goldsmith, the landlady of the house, were both insensible, and she sent the two children for Dr. Gurlv. The defendant- wanted to know why she-had sent the children out, and sne replied tor protection, -tie then told her to fetch them back again. She refused to do so and he took hold of the baby witness held in her arms and struck her. three-times.

He was about to strike her fourth time, when someono interfered. She was obliged to leave tne nouse owing -to tne aeienaant uenaviour, and on soing there the next morning for some clothes, he threatened to "do "for her. He carried a revolver about with nun on a former occasion for a week or 10 davs but that was to shoot the landlord. The defendant had threatened to take her life on two or three occasions. Police-constable Wm.

Slondm raid he saw the defendant strike Mrs. Waddington three times violent blows with his clenched fist. Mr. Willis, the comDlainant's solicitor, informed the Bench that two very important witnesses were untcrtunateiy was prevented from attending owinsto illness, and Dr. Gurlv was that dav hlirviriff his wife.

The Bench dinnnseti nf the case by binding defendant over in two sureties of andbimseli in to Keep tne peace for six montiis, APPEALS AT THE MIDDLESEX SESSIONS, The court met to-day at the Guildhall, Broad Sanctuary, Westminster, for the purpose of hearing appeals against uujiviuuuub oy A DBTBRHiHErj Wife Bbatkb. Thomas Wilkinson, living at 55, Strutton-ground, Westminster, appealed against a conviction for assaulting his wife. Emilv Wil kinson, on the 2nd of October last. At about half-nast six o'clock on the 3rd of October the prisoner came nome.arunit ana aeciarea ne naa put some monev into a drawer. His wife denied that she had seen anyihingof it; when he set to work to break up the furniture.

He struck her a violent blowm tne eye, causing severe injury. Mr. Shell, the magistrate at Westminster oolice-conrt. ordered the applieant to be kept to hard labour for the space of two months It was against this conviction that ne now appeaieufi-iur. jveitn.jciitn expressea ms inten tion of not proceeding further with the srjpeal, ana wouia consent to tne conviction Demg ai- flrmed.

The Assistant-judge, in ordering the con viction to be affirmed, said the question of costs could' be dealt with by the taxing master. It may be here stated that the real reason why the appellant hnd withdrawn his case was that since he had been convicted in October he had again been charged with assaultihghis wile, ne was Drought up una remanaea until next. As ho was taken to the House-of Correction Ooldbath-fields, he will ot course not be able to appear. Wilful Damage bt a Tenast. 7en Pursell.

respectably-dressed young man, appeared against a con- vicuuu uy mr. v. juhbhoui, yu.xuo umgiabiuuB ut, iuary- wilful damage, and a sentence of one month's hard labour. The oomplainant is a Mr. Charles Thomas, ot umppenaen-roaa, uiaryieoone ana tne applicant has been a tenant of his for some time.

Mr. Thomas found his premises were too large- for the purposes of his business, so ne let off a part of it. which formed a shop and three rooms. His first tenant was a man or tne name or u-utett, who took the place for three years, but, after staying there two years, he assigned his right to the prisoner, and his term tor- minatea on tne ism oeKjiueer, ioeo. xne appellant did not leave, but held over, and refused to nav the last quarter's rent which was due.

Mr. Thomas put in a distress, and the goods belonging to the appellant were sold, but did not realise enough to pay the rent owing. The shop was blocked up, and the respondent took possession, which seems to have aggrieved the appellant, and on the28th of October he told him he should stim nn the premises as long as he liked, and should pay no rent. On the 3rd of Kovomber he went to the premises, and, according to thevidence, broke tbe panel of the door ana a large pane oi xiaaa. jjviuence was aaaucea.to con-' firm these factB.

The result was that the Court confirmed the conviction, and the applicant, beyond the' costs of appeal, -will have to undergo the sentence of one month's imprisonment with hard labour. Ebvzbsin'o a CowviCTioH. Mr. Solomon Jewell, the keener and owner of the Swan Public-house at Acton. artnpfttad against a conviction of John Pftfret fora common assault uponTheresa.

Bingham, and whioh oon- vlotion was oatea tne oruaovemoer, usiu, whereby the appellant was subjected to a penalty of 5,, or one month's nara-iBbour. ine auesauou wos tnat on tne isutn ot October last Theresa Bingham, a poor-looking woman, who resides at Oxford -cottages, Eothsohild-road, Acton-green, went into the appellant's house (the Swan) and tried to induce her husband, who was in the bar, to leave the premises, and that the landlord told her Ito. go out, and tbat when she refused to do eo without her husband, the appellant got over the har. nnH taking her by the neck put her into the street, and thereby assaulted her. The evidence given was decidedly in favour of the theory that this person was drunkj and after the examination of one or two witnesas by Mr.

Montagu Williams, the learned counsel said that in the whole course of a long experienije he, had never heard of such an extraordinary conviction as this. It was at all times the bounden duty of a publican to keep his house in order, and to get rid of any man or woman whocreated or might create a disturbance in his place. The Court expressed strongly tneu? opinion. vuv ju wm uuuutjerveaconvic- tinTi nndafloordinfflv auashed it. same regret beinir fnlt that the applicant should have to pay the costs, as the justice who sonvlcted was net liable.

at, 3 3 uut nnauy a mr. miliar, uving near, ana a witucau named Miller, assisted him, and he gave both women into custody. The prosecutor, in answer to the prisoners, denied having struck them or said that he was a detective. It was also untfue that he had bitten a piece off one of the fingers ofthe woman Hornidge. The prisoner held up her hand, which was bandaged, and called attention to the fast tbat a Serjeant of police had a portion of one of her fingers.

This was produced, the officer stating that he had found it near the scene of the fight some hours afterwards. The prosecutoroaid he had not bitten it off but believed that the woman's hand had been shut in his iron gate, and the finger might have been taken oft in that way. Two respectable witnesses gave evidence for the prosecution, agreeing that the prosecutor had pushed the women, but that they were "clawing" him and using, horrible language. Mr. Bushby after hearing the case at length, considered that one woman had sustained a serious injury.

He gave them the benefit of the doubt, and discharged them. 1 SOUTHTVABK. Semalb BimeiABS is Men's Clotbjhs. Frederick WytU.AZ, a returned convict Join Collins, 21; Hosetta Lovett, 20; aud ita Lawrence, 23, were charged.on remand with breaking and entering 140 and ISO, Stanifordr street, and stealing a large quantity of wearing apparel, trinkets, a portmanteau, and other articles beloneine to Henry Thomas and others, and Wythe was charged with having in his posses-a, An nlrnlAfnTi ICAvia raid hansebreakinrr implements, On the morning the 2nd instant the house and garden were entered by means' of skeleton keys, and a large quantity of property stolen. Toopector Chamberlain, with jiouweu uiu jeretiiavo uwu.

nntn.n and fnnnri t.hti nrfanrrftnt lndftins at 52, Commeroial-road, lambeth. They had some trouble to take them into custody, owing to the watch-, fulness. Serjeant Boswell found Wythe's wife living atDean-street, Soho, and she handed him a portmanteau and containing a number of skeleton Keys, which aha hnH left. iptb. Two of the keva un locked the doors of 140 and 160.

Stamford-street. At the latter-house the thieves When they got in ransacked the lower part of the house and locked the landlady in her hBdroom while thev not off with the property. She had seen the male prisoner, and Identified him, aha tuoh nnf, ithlA to ftOOeaT that. dbV. owing to her recent confinement.

Henry Thomas, residing at 150, Stamford-street, said his house was entered and robbed oh the morning of the 2ndinet. He identified the portmanteau, model gun, marking ink.and bottle 02 pert now prooncea as sporwuu moui missed a clock.timepiece, opera glass, and some silver artlales, which were safe at ntafock with the other nro- nvh, Tranflrt-jir nhAmbRrlain here said he snould be able to show that the female prisoners were in the habit of going out at night dressed la men's clothes, and that they accompanied the mole prisoners when they left the lodging. He called Iiouisa Turner, residing at 62, Commercial-road, who said Wythe took apartments in her house oh the 24th ultimo. The other prisoners came with him. They left on the 2nd of things more than they were seen to bring in.

On the night of the 31st ult. she saw Lovett in men's clothes wearing a black beard. WvthB then said. "That was onlv a bit of fun." Walter Smith, landlordof the Glass House tin-em, Stamford-street, said ho knew the prisonersby using his house lately. He had seen lovett there -drinking with the cithers dressed in mala attire.

Thomas Beeves, a deteetive-serjeant the division, said he had known Wythe as a convicted thief for years. On the 7th of June, was eonvlcttd of burglary at; the Old Bailev sessions and sentenced to 10 years penal servi tude, after former convictions. He was liberated with a ticket of leave, but. on March, lSTtf, ne was tried at tno name oourt and sentenoed to 18 months' hard labour, in addition to the unexpired term of his penal servitude. At the request of Inspector Chamberlain the Prisoners were furtherremanded.

THAMES. -UiniNG at A Itichard fjieridan, a gentlemanly- looking man, was charged, with being drunk-and disr charging a loaded pistol to. the common danger of the public. At half-past 12 o'clock on Saturday morning, James Popham, 173 was on duty in West India Doek-road, Poolar, when he heard a loud report, followed by a nasn OI name, anu oil going wo ui ww buuilu he saw the prisoner standing in his own doorway. The constable asked him if he saw anybody discharge a pistol.

The prisoner replied, Tea I did it myself." On the constable asking him what he was firing ati the prisoner said, "I was firing, at a star, and as I could not get protection, I did it to protect myself SeBinfftheorisoiier was drunk. Pobham took him into custody. Tno prisoner saia ne was perfectly sooer. mr. ijuamnircon remanuea mm xor tne attenaonce ox toe lnsnector who took the charce.

During the afternoon the officer informed the magistrate that the prisoner was decidedly intoxicated. A gentleman living in Gun-lane, limehouse, opnosite where: the prisoner lives, de posed to nnainK a noie tnrougn ms cearoom wmaow on the ODDosite side of the room, but fortunately there Were UU JUUlUVCit Kb LUC UUra, m.k. Uiwiugiwi the prisoner.wiio -was stated to be a month's i imprisouineun, Witn iiaiu muwu, Incr fellow, was charged with wilfully breakina a plate- glass window, value 6Z. the Foresters' Arms, Wilmore- the prisoner entered the Foresters' Arms and begandrink-Inff nnt. another man's not.

The man told him to leave italone, as he had paid for it, and it belonged to him. Tne prisoner tnen strode tne otner man, wno returned the blow, and the accused then pelted the man with pease-pudding, making him in a terrible nlis-hh. Henrv Dorman. the landlord, and the other man then ejected the prisoner, who kicked at the door most violently, took his cap off. Wrapped it round his hand, and broke a large pane of emoossea mate-gioss, vuiue ch.

sentenced the prisoner to two months' hard labour. AwkOykd Br A CovQM.William Gedae, a clerk at St, ftenrpA'a workhouse, was charged with assaulting John Metcalfe, a pauper in the appeared that on Thursday night the prisoner, who had a bad cold, was coughing rather loudly, which seemed to annoy the prosecutor, and angry words passed betwoeh them. He alleged that the prisoner struck him such a violent blow in the mouth tlist he knocked one of his teeth down his throat. He, however, had no marks of violence, and several witnesses from the workhouse Were called in defence, who deposed to hearing jangling between the two men ana a noise as it a diow ma oeen strucs: witn the open hand, but not the fist, and the prosecutor never made the slightest complaint to any of the inmates that one of his teeth had been knocked down his throat until he came to the station Mr. Iiushington said that he oould not doubt the prisoner being irritated at what the Eroseoiitor said about his cough, slapped his face, and sb had been locked up all night, he should only sentence him to one day's imprisonment.

HAMMERSMITH. Throwing Lime into a Boy's Exits. Henry O'Connor, 13, James Daley, 13, Leonard MitclieU, 12, and Charles Smith, 12, surrendered to their bail to answer the charce ot assaulting another boy named Joseph Henry Eade, by-throwing lime into his eyes, by which the' sight of one was destroyed. The case had been standing overfor some time in consequence of the sufferings of the boy, who was an inmate of St. Marv'a hospital.

Mr. J. E. Cater. house surgeon of St.

Mary's hospital, said the boy was admitted on the evening of the 27th. of Boveinber, suffering from severe inflammation to both eyes. The left eye was almost totally lost, and the right very much impaired. He was of opinion that the inflammation was caused by lime. The boy was not and would returd to the hospital.

The boywas called up and sworn, Hehada bandage over the lefteyeaud appeared to have suffered severely. He said he was walking along Blchynden-street, and was about to turn the corner, when some boys ran round and threw the lime into his eves. In answerto the maeiBtrate, the boy said he did not know them. Another boy was with him. Police-constable Wright said that was the first time he had heard of another boy being with him.

Mr. Pagetenlarged the bail of the prisoners, who were remanded for the at tendance of the other boy WANDSWOBTH. EiOHAHaiTO B.bead. Charlotte Foice, a housekeeper. surrendered to her bail to answer the charge of being in the unlawful possession of two imd half loaves.

The pri-soner was stopped by a constable who saw her leave the Wimbledon industrial Training School for Girls, and found the loaves in her possession. She stated that she had bought them at a shop in Wimbledon, but that proved to be untrue. When before the magistrate it was' stated tbat the loaves were siren to herTiy her sister. the matron of the school, in exchange for stale bread to make up into puddings. The prisoner: was remanded on boil, the magistrate giving instructions to the nolice to inform the committee of the school of the portlcuiaro ci tne case.

mr. a. uaynes now appearea withe prisoner, and said the Conntess of Kerry, one of the committee Of ladies of the school, fully approved of what the matron had done. The Countess of Kerry was sworn and oonilrmed that statement. She said there was uuite enough stale bread to equal the three loaves.

Mr. Paget thought it wits a questionable transaction, ana expresses-surprise tnat it snouidinave received her sanction. The Countess of Kerry said she did not think there was anvthinc extraordinary in it The loaves were exchanged for stale bread, to be made up into puddings. Mr. Paget said under the circumstances he would not be justified in convicting the prisoner, but he mnst sav that the case required a watch to be kent at the establishment.

The prisoner was then discharged. WEST HAM. Oasuiis abd Oakum Pickihg. James ClipperfieU, 1. and Richard Brown, 35, labourers, of no home, were charged with neglecting to perform their tasks of work WUllO UHSUBL mtuavao u.

v.io dUUU Caker, superintendent of labourers at the West Ham union, said that Clipperfield was admitted into the casual ward on the 8th liist.rbut having been in the house before within tbe month, he was detained four days. Brown was admitted on Thursdav. On Friday they were each given 41b. of oakum to pick at eight o'clock mni-nlnir. In the evening when thn tanlr should Brown 21b.

3oz. Prisoners each madethe same excuse- that thev cickad the oakum too fine, and so sot 1 have been done, Olipperneiu aart only done Sla. and Yesterday Sir John Humphreys held an inquest at the Duke of York, Antill-street, Bow, respecting Jf5 of Frances Annie Morgan. The ceased was JdenHfled by her daughter Ellen toneesAnen, of 103, Bow, who stated her mother was 49 3fn'JS Sf widow, of a licensed victualler. Up to her -Aii a i -nH Vifialth.

but ana was attacked with illness at ten in the Ji.0 baAthot a doctor was called in-' and 4n t.hn- nrnTiing. The doctorawri- bated detth to effusion of serummi the tr i from alooaolic iooba, ana a veroioc was Miirm t-i-rf 17ATX. Yesterday Sir John Humphreys held an Inquirv at the Green Man, relative to teathot Thomas aged bi. a scaveiittoi, r- The deceased, according to-flis ifnuip-street, noxton. xuo wife's statement, was perfectly well up to the ZStri ot last month.

On that day his wife went his return to their home, apd just outside the door ne tripped and fell, striking "rdhSwisi, Xt aia not appeju: muo getting assistance, took him indoors, from Kis face, and put a piece Of stepping ovei the wounds. Later on, as inflammation set she summoned Dr. Bate, who attended him, but he never rallied, and died on Wednesday -last of erysipelas wountt. a veraict w. uv Eaale taVern, East India-road, Poplar, respecting tne Bowden, aged 19, of Bromley-cottages, i 1 TrtdQ iAff.

father's house on the 9th inst. to go to his work, being employed in re- vinff the incrustation in steam ouiieia i ..1. 3.n smith. dock constable, was on duty ADOUt llttll-iiaau auk in the South West India dock, when he heard a yell, and hurrvine to the spot, he saw a man's cap floating in tne water. 'He procured the drags, and the body was recovered, but not until long after life must have been extinct.

Hear the spot was found a handkerchief, con- iiantinQari'a Hnnmv and there seemed no i .1 4- a iraeV ft.rlr mom- aouot um ue Muu-, VS n7 arownea was ti. Oi. hnanlf.n? TOKl.Prn'flV. Mr. PaVUe, the City coroner, held an inquiry relative to deatn ot Charles Smith, aged 36, late of Caraden-villas, Shiriand-road, Kilburn.

Samuel Thompson said the deceased was a carpenter, On Thursday the deceased was at work upon a scaffold at the Pcabody-buildings, Peartree-court, fixing a window frame. William Penn, a labourer, saidne was at work close to the deceased, and saw him fall from the scaffold, a distance of about 40 feet, striking, his head upon the pavement. Witness picked him up, and procured a cab, in which deceased was placed, and taken at once to the hospital. On arriving mere, however, it was found that he was dead, -nr. nMuraii nA nF fiin at St.

Bartholo mew's hos'pital, said he examined the body. There was a fracture of the spine and one of the legs, laceration of the of Accidental aeatn. Vut4. of np 9mif.kvnrk nnt-nnprn notirt. Borough High-street, Mr.

Payne held an inquiry relative to the death pf Amelia ttetty lake i aged 18 months, daughter of George lake, manager ofthe Globe public-bouse, 104, Borough-road, who was burnt to death in a fire which occurred at the above address on Wednesday afternoon. George lake, the father, said was serving in the bar when the fire occurred. His wife went out and left the. deceased in charge of a servant girl, as she vwv ill. Thev wore in a bedroom on the top floor, at the hank nf thA 'house-.

There was no fire in the room, but there might have been some matches on a table near tne bed. The servant girl, Clara Frost, informed him that the place was-on iire. He saw the bed in liames, but was unable to rescue his William Buckshot, a fireman, snirlhnoould foiinnoideaas to how the fire originated. Clara Frost, the servant, said she was in tho kitchen when the fire broke out. An open verdict was returned.

IIIXED BY A GRINDSTONE. Yesterdav Mr. W. J. Payne.

City coroner, held an inouest at St. Bartholomew's hosnital on the bodv of Georpre Jones. 36 vears of age. late of 61. Ford-road, who died from the effects of severe injuries sustained through the splitting of a grindstone at tne estabusnmeat oi W.

H. and H. O. Wills, tobacconist. 53.

Holborn-viaduct. Alfred Evans, a tobacco dryer, said the deceased was an engine-driver at the establishment; On Tuesday afternoon, about two o'clock, witness was at work in the machine room, and saw the deceased grinding a knife at a large grindstone. -The stone split into two parts and the iron work upon which the stone was fixed struck the deceased and knoeked'him down. By the Coroner The grindstone was being worked at a moderate pace, notmng gave way to cause tne stone to oreaic. After the accident witness examined the stone, but could find no flaw in it.

The stone had only been in use about a day; but it had been in the factory about six months. Itwas not tested in any way before it was used. This was the first time it had been used. It was the- deceased's duty to look after tbo stone. By a Juror There was.no baulk of timber in front of thestoneto prevent it strikingthe man working at the stone.

Robert legg, engineer, explained the working of the machinery attached to the stone. It was last examined in May. It was then in good condition; The accident was caused by something getting between the stone ana tne macmnery. air. T.tit, tne nouse surgeon, said the deceased died on Wednesday, the cause of death being rupture of the intestines.

The jury returned a verdict of Accidental death," and recommended that certain measures should be adopted to more effectually protect tne man w.orumg ut tne stuue. STBASGE DEATH OF A WOJfAtT. Yesterday Dr. Diplock, coroner for West Middlesex. held an inquiry at the Queen Adelaide, Uxbridge-road, Shepherd's-bush, respecting the death of Jessie Hume, aged 41, a widow, who was found dead at her residence, Bloemfontein-avenue, Sheplierd's-bush, on Wednesday.

Mr. Hugh Morton, a clothier, residing at Fern-avenue, Newcastle, identified the body as that of his sister, and said that she was the widow of a corn dealer, mr. jnmeB fcrirawooa, a commercial traveller, said he resided with the deceased at her residence', No. 46, Bloemfontein-avenue, Shepherd's-bush. He was a lodger.

He last saw her alive on Wednesday morning, when he saw her in her bedroom. He left the house at 10 minutes after eight, when she was in bed. The Coroner Do you know anything of the bruises on her body? Witness: Well she has been tumbling all over the house. She has been indulging freely in liquor lately. In reply to further questions, witness stated that when he came home, threeSaturdays ago, he found the deceased's face hurt.

She bad fallen on the fender and hurt herself. Three strange men were assistingher. A Juror Do you know anything about a cheque Witness Yes I cashed a cheo'ue that verv dav and gave it to hpr. should have given it her before, but she was in such a A Juryman: What did you pay for yourboard? Witness: I paid fifteen, shillings a Week for partial board, William Cousins, a police-constable, said that at midday on Wednesday a little girl canie to him and said, I have looked through the letter-box at Ho. 46, and a woman is lying in the passage." Witness found Hume dead in the passage.

She was attired in her nightdress. There was a quantity of blood in the passage. Dr. Charles Good, Ashchuroh-terrace. SherJierd's-bush.

stated that he had made a. tinnt- mortem examination. He found several bruises about different parts ofthe body, but none of recent date except a bruise on the left elbow. Both deceased's eyes were blackened; Her liver was more than double the natural Bize. There was a quantity of beer- iiite nuia in tue stomaca.

xne woman naa been ded about an hour when witness was first called by the constable Death was due to svncoDe. from want, nf riwme food. BvtheJurv: A fist or a blunt Instrument nmh. uuiv wuum uuuuuiiu mr luu state oi aeceusea eyes. A Juror: A' fist? Witness: That is generally the.

cause. The jury returned a verdict in accordance with the mcoicai eviuenoe, MONETAEY EEVHJW, CITY. Thursday Evknihs. Tho -EntrUah wee tit uGAiutim tiuia wei-K. vuusois are Quoted 101 to for money, and 101J- to lQljf or aocount New and Beduoed Three per lOlf to 102; Bank Stock 297 to 299 India Four per 103 to 104 Metropolitan Board of Works, 105 to lOSfJ.

BPO-The Home Bailwav market ii dull. tha tn for last week being considered unsatisfactory. Brighton Deferred are down to 1Q4 to 10J. 3 In the Foreign market on Monday business was exceedingly active. JDgVDtian Unified Bonds map SH t.

ference stock If, and the Turkish loan of 1871 2. Since then the market has been unsettled, and the advances have been lost. Egyptian Unified were last dealt in 7i. During tho week endincr last nli-rt, Pll (vm i has, on balance, been withdrawn from the Bank for export. Fbidat Bvbniho.

The increasing ease of money has caused the Funds to advance i per cent. Foreign Government Securities close a little irregular, though firmness is- reported on the Paris and other Continental Bourses Home Bailwsys continue flat and generally lower "Canadian lines are stronger, and American Bailways also close with a better tendency, though prices still show a deoline on the day. Satusda? Aetebhooh. The Funds closed easier. Foreign Government Secnrities left off dull, due to weakness on the Paris Bourse, combined with realisations In view of the settlement whioh commences on Monday The changes established in prices, however, were comparatively unimportant.

Home Bailways were rather goou in mow xiorcnern (A) declined 1 and Sheffield Ordinary 1. 4 PBOGBESS OB THB BUSDS DURING THE WEEK, per Cent, Consols Consols for Account Hew 3 per Cents. per Oents. Bednced Sat. 1001 ion 101 102 102 101 lOlJ :102 1102 101 .101 at of of he to it.

EDITION. YESTERDAY'S LAW POLICE. LOBD MAYOE'S OOTJBT. Stock Exohahse Sbmsaoiiojis. Phuups v.

Hasbis. "-Ml was an action in which the plaintiff sought to tocover the mm of W. 10s. differences on the Btocjc-exchange. The defendant paid 51.

into court, and pleaded that that was sufficient to satisfy the plaintiff's alniia; Mr. Give said the plaintiff a stockbroker earning on business in Austln-f riots, and the defendant Wrote habit of speculating ss a which soeant he bought andiold stocks without hiving them In bia possession. The present elaimwas in raspacS of sorjain snares, -which the defendant Instructed the plaintiff to sail. They were ultl-taatoly sold, and on the settling day there was a loss on the account of 122. notice of which was sent id ton aeienaanc.

to the sale the defendant brother oallad. and informed him that-. mm wished the account' closed, as he had met with a very severe accident, and if he could buy back at 25 he was to do so, which would balance the account but he was gnable' to do so, and as the defendant refused to pay the eifferenoes, they were lost at the difference now claimed. Ihe plaintiff was called, and corroborated his counsel's owement. jn cross examination ne said ne (tne aeien-dant) did not own them.

On the account day the oaiance snowed jiff. job. to ms newt, a'nat was on tne soth. In ths meantime defendants brother called, and wanted the account closed at 26J, bnt said She matter would be left to plaintiffs discre Ho replied if the defendant wished to alter his mind, the brother could call arain.He did not do so, end as thestoclt did not then reach 25J, plaintiff could not do anything. He kept the account open, and when car-ryingover day came he naturally carried the obares over awl sent in an account for the sum owing.

Defendant returned the account, repudiating the transaction, and eomplalnlug of the stock having been carried over at 86. On the 29th he again saw defendant's brother, and then clo6odthe account. He had done business with the defendant for three or four months. During the time oeienaant miens nave lost ouw. or wrigm: What, was the price of Denvers on the 22nd, and what was the state of the account then Plaintiff She nrlce was25.

and the loss.wouldhavebeen 22.10s. and the commission Si. 10s. His Lordship Supposing a client opens an account with you and Klvesyou no instructions to carry over, is it ths custom or the Stock-exchange to carry-over ruuntux xi xne oroaer wdwb ma uuoukb Business he would do so but he would nob do so without instructions in the case of a new customer who was merelv imBCulacinp. Mr.

Wriirht said the defence was positive denial of any instructions to do anything whatever with the shares after the the loss was only B. and the plaintiff having made a mistake, agreed to lorego ms commission. in support mr. moms the brother, -was colled, and said he went bv the de fendant's instructions to plaintiff, and informed hirn of hi (toe defendant s) accident, ana tola mm to close the account. The plaintiff said that if they could be repurchased at he would, and that would balance the account: if -not more than could be obtained, there would be a loss of 61.

He never instructed him to carry over. The Assistant-judge, in directing, the jury, said the whole question turned on wnai was sua on tne azna oy tne ibss witness vie, wharhftr the nkdnfJlr on that dav received uositive in structions to olose the account. It so, the defendant was not liable for mors than he had paid into court. If, on the Other hand, it was left to the plaintiff's discretion to deal witn tne shook to tne oesc advantage, ne was entities: So the sum he now sued for. In the result, the jury found a verdict tor the plaintiff for the money paid into court only.

CITY POLICE SUMMONS OOTJBT. OBBTBTTCTIOKS IK THBOSMOBIOK-STHEItT. A Oab- driver, in the employ of Mr. Harris, was' summoned for causing an obstruction in xnrogmorconf street. x-oiiue-eohstable DnvaU deposed that on Thursday, the 3rd of the umsent month, at 2C minutes oast four in the after noon, he.

saw the defendant driving horse and cab In Throgmorton-street. He was going at a slow pace. Whan opposite Throgmorton-avenue he stopped and eausea an obstruction several venicies using oemuu uuu, Witness told him to move when hesaid. All right, noiicenuiii. Fin not looking for a-iob." As he did not move, he (the officer) told him that he should afrolv for a summons aeainst him.

Mr. Lemon en behalf of the defendant, submitted there was no case. The defendant could not get on. A number of treatlem'en conneoted. with the Stock Exchange were in toe roadway, ana naa ne ariven on ne wouia nave gone over them.

It was, at least, only an error of judgment, and not wilful misbehaviour. Sir Thomas She persons standing about in fhrogmorton-street are as fflrest a nuisance an the cabstand will continue to be so till Dome steps are taken to stop it. But the defendant should have obeyed the police' regulations, and I shall toe him 2b. 6d. and costs.

BOW-STREET. TBOSBCtmozr of Fost-03XK3! OFFlctiLS. Alexander Rthef was charged with stealing packets belonging to the Postmaster-general. It appeared that from certain circumstances that came to the knowledge oi the authorities, Police-constable Butler was instructed to watch the prisoner, who was engaged in the newspaper department. He did so, and saw him leave his employment fend go into a private compartment.

When Butler Spened the door he found prisoner engaged in opening a Backet. He was questioned, but could give no satisfactory answer. Upon being searched, other backets were found in his possession, and a quantity of property was found lodgings. A remand was granted for farther irrquiries to be made. Kcffman Xiehalsiery, a letter carrier, employed at the StokaNewington branch office, was committed for trial en theicharge of stealing a test had been prepared and posted bv mr.

Eirby, of the Confidential enquiry aepartmeut, couseijueuve ui iuo umuoiuuu BQ02C8 OX letters passing torougn tne ouove uuiue. MABLBOBOUGH-STBEET. Robbery bv a Polish Sculptor. Francois Kozminski, described as a sculptor, no home, a native of Poland, was ehnced with stealing a rug. the property of Messrs, Jackson and Graham, uphoTsterors, Oxford-street.

Mr. Albert interpreted. Jtobert Merry, watohman, in the mniov of the prosecutors, said that while in Perry's- clace, Oxford-street, that he saw the prisoner witn a rug, tne property oi tne prosecutors, in ms posses-nlon. and. on asking where he got it from, he made off, but was speedily caught.

Serjeant Buckley, 9 0, stated that, perceiving the prisoner running, he took him into Bustoay. un mm ne louna a jar oi miuc, use. xne pn-Boner said he had onlv been three davs in Iiondon, Mr. ITewton Shed him or 14 days'. There is reason to Believe tnat tne prisoner nas ocen some time juonaon, MABYLEBONE.

Kobbkbt bi as Joseph Pearce, aged IS, was anargoa witn stealing tne money oi Maoame Busannah weatherby, Court dress-maaer, carrying on Business at so, jjauer-street, ms mistress. miss jonnson baokkeaner to atadame Weatherbv. said that on-Wednes dsv lest she save the Drisoner So, and a cheaue of 17s. 3d. So take to the London and County bank, Hanover-square Dranca, to deposit, as tne prisoner am not return, inauliies were made at the bank, and the police, were at once communicated with.

Deteetive-serjeant Cloaks gave evidence as to the arrest of the prisoner at Bristol on Eriday night. In reply to the charge, the prisoner said the money proved too great a temntatlon to him. Unon him were found 20. in cold, 6d. in silver, and 2s.

5d. in coppers. In a bag he carried were tnueebanit Dooits oeionging to and the cheque for 17s. 3d. He pointed but to wiineso a quantity of wearing apparel and other articles, which he said he had bought withthemoney.

Ofhe Bristol police handed to himtheashes of a notewhich prisoner aianenaa burnt at msioagings oecause ne cuuianot St the note ohsnged for gold, owing to its bearing a certain name on the back. Madame Weatherby gave the Srisoner a good character, stating, that he had Been in er service for 18 months that he had been brought up Suller's Orphanage, Bristol, whence she received an excellent character with him, and that his aunt kept the Srinity rooms, Crawford-street. The prisoner pleaded Suilty" to the charge. Mr. Cooke sentenced him to four months' hard labour.

WESTMINSTEE. Commhtae fob BiaAirr. Joseph Heudey, labourer, of Syewater-street, uneisea, was unauy esauunea, cnargea with intermarrying with Mary Ann Cate, his first wife being then and now alive. last week, when the charge was preferred, the seoond wife, who is of. course the injured party, expressed her 4is-Inollnatioh to give evidence, while the prisoner's first wife, who could not be neara against uer husband, went into the witness-box, and was anxious to state HJheJmew of the case.

Evidence of the seoond snsrelaee wasthen siven, -and the' certificate of the first 1 Atwui r. marriage was prouueaa mi deposed that she went through the ceremony of marriage with the prisoner iaAueust last at St. Saviour's, Cha-BCa. Prisoner when courting represented himself as a single man. She did not know that he was a married man until the first wife met ner jn irainam-roaa, and: foldher that she was married, five years previously, to the prisoner at St.

Jude's, Chelsea. Charlotte Kendey, of 66, Slaidburn-street, deposed that she was nreseht as bridesmaid when the prisoner was married to Ann Williams at St. Jude's, Chelsea, on the 17to of May, 1875. She recognised the first wife now present in court. Prisoner, who made no statement," was fully ommittsd for trial.

WOBSHIP-STEEET. BntOWUB Case op Assault. Elizabeth Gadd and Jane Ifornidae were cnargeu uaviugr aaBBuuBu nvvoti. nrosecutor. a respectable-looking man, whose face was seriously marked, saidhe was a baker, carrying on busi-mse Tin Sore-road, South Hackney.

At about one o'clock hit moraine when near his own home; be was accosted by thTSners and soUclted by Gadd, to whom he did not replyTshe then struck him, and he pushed her away. She to" assisted by Horaidge, and both orT -oniStohed his face. Gadd held him 9thS Homidge hit band. jn veyedtoSt-MBrysnospixai. i yesterday Immanuel Varney.dB, a labourer, 0j 24, Bullen-streetf Battersea-park-road, was workiii.

at a timber yard, 104, Grosvenor-road, Prmlico.whea a stack of wood fell on him and fraotnred his right leg He was removed to St. George's hospital. Yesterday Henry Luke, aged 10, was crossing ths load, carrying his little brother, aged 18 months, when he was knocked down by a van, both being orer and severely injured. They were removed to the Poplar hospital, and placed in the Buxton ward. Yesterday Henry Johnson, aged 65, a stevedore.of was unloading grain on a ship, when one of the heavy bags falling out of ths slings knocked him against a wall, causing serious injuries to his head and face.

He was detained ia Poplar hospital. nho-ioB HasMlirrove. 36. fishmonger, of Porv place, Battersea, was yesterday driving a cart alons Jjulham-roaa, wneu iou vomcie, ana one of the wheels passed over his body. At St.

George's hospital it was discovered that several of the man's ribs were fractured. Yesterday John McKay, aged 30, a bricklayer, Wnntworth street, Whitechaoel. ascending a ladder, when he fell from a consider, able height, breaking one of his legs and sustaining several other injuries. He was conveyed to the London hospital Among the cases of death reported to Sir John Humphreys yesterday was that of William Brans, comb, the infant son of poor people living at 210, fin.M.Ktrfifst. St.

Georee's-in-the-East. Both ttia parents are deaf and dumb, and the child was found dead in bed. About noon yesterday, Henry Payne, residing is the neighbourhood of St. Martin's-lane, was cross, ing the Strand, when a hansom cab came along. In endeavouring.

to get out' of the way, Payne slipped and fell down, and the wheels of the vehicle passed over him, fracturing one of his legs and inflicting other injuries of a minor nature. A bed was prot vided for the injured man at Oharing-cross hospital Mr. Payne, the Southwark coroner, was yesterday informed that a man named Thomas Underbill, 6 years of age, a blacksmith, dwelling in EreeBchooU' street, Horselydown, had committed suicide by shooting himself in the head with a revolver at a early hour the -previous morning at his residence. It is stated that the deceased had been for some time very eccentric in his manner. VbsbiW Sir John Humnhrevs received inf orma.

tionthat the body of William Walker, aged threi years, was lying in the London hospital awaiting sq inquest: The little sufferer was admitted to th hospital on unnstmas juve, sunenng irom snoo. ing Bcalds received while his mother was preparing th morrow's dinner, and although well cared for by Dr, Squires, succumbed to his injuries on Friday. Yesterday, shortly after 12 o'clock, a serious; accident ooeurred at Gabriel's-yard, Belvedere road. A married man named Augustus TaylorJ a wheelwrisht, residing at 49, York-street, felf from a great height, and sustained such severe juries as to necessitate his immediate removal to Sty Thomas's hospital, when it was found that one of his. legs was broken.

Last evening, shortly before six o'clock, a guv named Annie Tills, aged nine yeaiB, while endea. vouring to cross Waterloo-road, near the railway station, was knocked down bv a horse and ran ovo by one of the wheels of a cart. She was removed to St. Thomas's hospital, and on being examined by Mr. Oaiger, the house surgeon, it was found that a thigh bone was broken.

Her parents reside at 3, Ennett's-plaoei Webber-row. Yesterday afternoon, about four o'clock, a boy( 16 vears of aee, named Edward Knell: of 'Suther land-terrace, alighting from an omnibus at Whitehall, when a light spring-cart knocked him) down and ran over him. Police-constable 32 A who -witnessed tho accident, had the lad conveyed to Oharmg-cross hospital, where it was found thai he was so badly injured that his detention is tht institution was rendered absolutely necessary. Yesterday' two infants, each about 18 months were conveyed to Westminster hospital suffering, from injuries sustained through falling out of be4j James Avery, whose parents reside in Peabody'si buildings, Westminster, rolled off the bed and broks one of his legs. While the house-surgeon was engaged in attending to him, William Cooper, of Medway-street, Westminster, was brought to thf institution by his mother, and it was found that ths infant's arm was broken.

Yesterday. Mr. W. G. Payne was informed that the dead.

body of a female child, wrapped up in brown paper, had been found at an early hour that morning in the back garden of 15, Rochester-terrace, New Southgate, by a man named William Anderson, Southgate. Binns, 207 Yj removed the body to the police-station. From marks of violence which a surgeon found on tho body he was led to believe that the child had meS its death by foul means. At the Middlesex hospital, yesterday. John Cooper, aged 13, of Barrett's-court, Oxford-street was admitted, suffering from a severe wound in the thigh, caused by the implement slipping while chop ping wooa.

jonn jfercy iage, aged live years, or 162, Great Titchfield-street. was placed in the same institution, suffering from injuries caused by being run over in the street. George Glazebrook, aged 19 yeafs, coachman to Mr. I'reeland, of Portman square, was admitted into the Broderip ward, having been seriously injured by falling from a horse in The Oity coroner was yesterday inf ormed of ths death.of William Pavne. 42 fields-street, Leohard's-road, Poplar.

It appeared that deceased, who was a waterside labourer, was engaged in unloading the steamship Duke of Sutherland, lying in the Millwall docks The gear used for hoisting the careo out of the hold save way, and some portions of it struck the deceased, mocinng nun down, and causing him to strike i' head upon the coofnbinga of the hatchway. Es was removed to the hospital, where he died late on Friday night. Yesterday Mrs. Edith Graham, of 114, Denbigh" street, Pimlico, appeared to summonses at West" minstes police-conrt, charging her with assaulting a young woman flamed Alice Richards; and with a taining a box of wearing apparel and value The complainant said she lodged the defendant's house for nine months, and during that period had paid her 400. for board, lodging, and extras.

Being desirous obtaining a situation, she left the housa. and defendant detained her box for an allege debt of 35. When tho summons was served foj detention, the defendant struck her with her fisa and spat in hef face. Mr. d'Eyncourt said it was a bad case of assault for which he should fine the defendant and 23s.

costs. On the summons detention, there wouldalso bean order the property was to be given up as promised. At the Bichrhond police-court yesterday, Georgs Williams, who gave "his address as the Bed Kingston, was charged with stealing on thelOta January from the Old Deer-park a horseof the vslu 40J. The animal wis under the charge of Mr. Fuller, the lessee of the park, and on Friday was discovered to be missing.

On the morning of tha day the prisoner, who by some means had oD' tamed possession of thehorse, took it to the yardoi Mr. Garter, of 80, Oamberwell-street, Avenue-roai OamberwelL, to whom he offered' it for sale, remart' ing that his father was anxious to sell it for 101; was hard up. Mr. Carter's son accompanied tn prisoner to Richmond, for the purpose of seeing tn father ofthe latter, but at length the accused away. In defence prisoner said the horse wasgiTejJ him by a stranger, who promised him 10s.

to tta Colonel Kugge-Priee, the presiding magistra committed him for trial, and commended the duct of young Mr. Carter. KKiBP and Published at 12, Salisbury-square, lo-'SJ City of london, by EDWAED IXOZD, of UW' Xaser Mills, Sittlnsbourn. Zanfc. Jan.

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