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  2. Fine Arts

    HAROLD GEDDES may be a butcher, but that does not detract from his love of Fine Art, with capitals, for in his evidence ...

    Article : 144 words
  3. WERE THEY SWEETHEARTS?

    FROCKED in sombre black, with a little black hat completing the sober picture, there was nothing startling about the appearance of Gladys Supple, a lady of 36, who sat quietly in the witness box in the Banco Court, and asked the Chief Justice and a jury of four to give her £5000. Five thousand pounds she asks from the bank balance of Harold Geddes, a master butcher, buyer of Fine ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 5,871 words
  4. Reid's Ring

    THERE are more ways than one of looking after any exhibits which are tendered by counsel in court cases, but Mr. Clive Reid, ...

    Article : 142 words
  5. "Take It With Lemon"

    THE Chief Justice listened to a recipe, during the case on how and what to take when you are suffering from colds, from Harold Geddes, who was very positive that the cure was certain. He was being asked whether he was in the habit of taking ...

    Article : 141 words
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