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  3. THE SWAN ORPHANAGE TRAGEDY

    SOME OF THE STAFF DENY—THAT THE BOYS ARE STARVED—AND CRUELLY TREATED BUT THEY CANOT ACCOUNT FOR A SHORTAGE IN MARCH—OF HALF A TON OF BREAD—AND OVER THIRD OF A TON OF VEGETABLES—OUTDOOR MANAGER'S STRAIGHTFORWARD STATEMENT—CONTRADICTIONS OF WITNESSES—CONVINCING EVIDENCE—OF "THE PRIDE OF THE ORPHANGE." ...

    Article : 232 words
  4. THE COOK IN THE BOX

    Lousia Hockliffe, cook and sub-matron at the Orphanage, was the next wintness. Her evidence was a detailed denial of the charges levelled against ...

    Article : 616 words
  5. SOME DAMING FACTS

    Naturally, with the staff practically giving [?]vidence on their own behalf, they had some nice things to say about each other, but this did not prevent ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 285 words
  6. AN EX-SUPT. TESTIFIES

    Maud Wilcher, formerly on the statof the Orphanage, and for some months after the death of her husband superintendent, was next, and she was ...

    Article : 209 words
  7. THE ACTING-SUPT,'S EVIDENCE

    James Hockliffe, Acting-Supt of the Orphanage and husband of the last wintness, denied the evidence against him of cruelty. Mr. Charteris stopped ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. SOME INTERESTING EVIDENCE

    It was now Chief Inspector Connell's furn again, and he elicited some interesting eveidence. The staff got three regular meals a day, in addition to a ...

    Article : 305 words
  9. The Heart of the Empire

    London! How is one to begin, and how to finish? The stagering immensity of it; the ...

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  10. A CANDID WITNESS

    John Pingelly, outside manager at the Orphanage, was the next witness, and his evidence was short, but to the point. He said that one Sunday about ...

    Article : 453 words
  11. "THE PRIDE OF THE ORPHANGE"

    William Edward Brooks, a bright, intelligent lad of 13, said to be "The Pride of the Orphanage," was the next witness, and he gave his evidence very ...

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  12. THE BOY POOLE

    Richard Ross, clerk of the Children's Court under the control of the State Childrer's Department, was the next wittess. His ...

    Article : 181 words
  13. THE "INOFFENSIVEOLD FELLOW"

    James Jones, the min who took umbrage on one occasion at "The Sunday Times" deseribing hir as "an inoffensive old fellow," was he next witness. ...

    Article : 1,341 words
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