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Post by Karen on Sun 27 May 2012 - 19:46

SWEARING IN GERMAN AND ENGLISH.

Harold F. Wahlstain, a Bohemian, residing at 5, Compton-street, Goswell-road, Clerkenwell, was fined at the Clerkenwell Police Court this morning 5s. and the costs for assault. Constable Chandler had been instructed to prevent the defendant clandestinely removing his furniture to avoid payment of rent, and was in the act of doing so when the defendant swore at him in German and English, and then struck the officer on the face.

Source: The Echo, Tuesday September 23, 1884, Page 3


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Post by Karen on Mon 28 May 2012 - 23:00

DALSTON.
OPENING OF THE NEW POLICE-COURT.

At Dalston, on Monday, the new temporary police-court was opened in the Stoke Newington-road, close to Dalston Junction. - Mr. Smith was on the bench. - William Brandsfield, John Shepherd, and Arthur Service were charged with being concerned, with others not in custody, in stealing a horse and four-wheeled cab, value 30 pounds, and further with causing bodily harm to the cab-driver, Henry Pike. The prisoners were seen to drive up to the Finsbury-park tavern in the cab. Here they alighted, and a lad heard the cabman ask for "four og," which he believed was 4s., as he would take them no further. The men mounted the cab and drove away at a furious rate. The cabman went after them, was knocked down, and the wheel went over him. He was taken to St. Bartholomew's hospital. - Inspector Chandler stated that the cabman, who was over 75 years of age, was very badly hurt and it would be six or eight weeks before he would do better. - Prisoners were found in possession of the cab three hours afterwards. - They were remanded, and bail refused.

Source: Lloyd's Weekly London Newspaper, April 22, 1888, Page 4

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ATTEMPTED SUICIDE BY AN ACTRESS.

At Bow-street Police Court, London, yesterday, before Mr. Lushington, "Baby" Hagar, twenty-nine, described as an actress, was charged with attempted suicide. Inspector Chandler said that at 6:35 on Saturday evening he saw the accused struggling in the water, near Waterloo Bridge. He at once rescued her. On getting her into the police boat she said, "I have had but one glass of port wine, and I jumped from the bridge because I was tired of my life." She was taken to the police-station, and subsequently, by the doctor's orders, to the infirmary. - Mr. Hall, the court missionary, said he had spoken to the prisoner, who told him she had been very unfortunate in her employment, and had got very low down and despondent. He had recommended her to apply to the Ladies' Theatrical Guild, and she had promised to do so. - Prisoner said she was very sorry, and would not attempt suicide again. - A lady in court said she would take prisoner to her house and take care of her. - Prisoner, who expressed her willingness to accompany the lady was thereupon discharged.

Source: The Liverpool Daily Post, Tuesday September 7, 1897, Page 6

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