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Morning Post

Morning Post London, England

10 Nov 1855

OF CHANCERY— Nov. o. HINDLE V. TAYLOR. The Lord Chancellor at the sitting of the C ou ! judgment in this appeal from a decision of the Mast S Rolls. It appeared that a Mr. Hindle devised T , estate to his eldest son, J. F. Hindle, for life, reroa' i the

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Illustrated Police News

Illustrated Police News London, England

12 Oct 1878

quarrel was over ear by several per- mn sons, inc~luding Smsith, Sidntey Hindle, of lid, Vincent. St street;,.and a young woman named Emnaa Elbdale, a tb servant in Weetgrove-etreet. Hindle is the coachmnan Ir -for one of the Messrs. Clayton, whose bobbini

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Sporting Life

Sporting Life London, England

3 Jan 1872

making the upper turn, WaLh ran wide, and Hindle added fully yard his advantage. Going down the back stretch, Walsh be*an to make up bis ground, and all but collared Hindle. but on making the last turn for home Hindle left his opponent, and Walsh, notwithstanding

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London Daily News

London Daily News London, England

7 Nov 1855

remainder to the nse of two trustees for dive hundred years, remainder to the sons and daughters of J. F. Hindle successively in tail, remainders to W. F. Hindle and his sone and daughters in like manner, with divers remainders over, The trusts of the term of

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Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle

Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle London, England

28 Jul 1869

Johnstone, Edinburgh, 3. Black led throughout and won a yard.—Final heat; H. Whitehead 1, J. Black 2, F. Sim 3, Hindle 0. Won two yards. Hindle was left on the mark. Time, 10? sec. High Jump, for members of the R.R.T.: J. Martin (4ft 3in) 1, H. Martin (4tt

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Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle

Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle London, England

22 Jun 1867

: G. Tait 1. R. Hindle 2 Basket and Stone Race : J. Burns of Lanark 1. B. Hindle 2. Pole Vaulting : A. Turner of Salisbury and B. Bussell of Crofthead ejual, and divided first and second prizes. Half Mile Hurdle Race: H. I, R. Hindle 2 Sack Race: J. Neil

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Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle

Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle London, England

29 Feb 1868

road, Hindle was far behind. Hough then headed Bird,and Ridley lay closer than might be pleasant, whilst Hindle—still last—began rapidly to decrease the distance between them ; having parsed Ridley and Hough, the race was confined to a couple, Hindle just

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Morning Post

Morning Post London, England

28 Jul 1853

proper sum due. The magistrates convicted Hindle, and fined him 10/. and costs. At the hearing, the prisoner was examined on behalf j of Hindle, and he swore that he heard Ewbank and Lee make_the contract with Hindle, and that the agreement was, that 7s.

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Sporting Life

Sporting Life London, England

19 Dec 1866

stretch was reached, Sloan, next to whom was Hindle, made show in front, this order continuing eighty or a hundred yards. As the front stretch was turned into, however, Hindle headed Sloan; and then, Hindle, Sloan, and Beeby, separating themselves from

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Illustrated Police News

Illustrated Police News London, England

20 Jun 1896

eviden eegainst Christopber Hindle, thc ?? They. ex- pressed deep sympatby with Mr Coates and ?? in their sad bereavemet. The. coroner entered a verdict of wilfl murder, and eom- initted Hindle to the assiies:- Christoper Hindle, fiiteenj cabinet-inaker's

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Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle

Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle London, England

27 Apr 1867

namely, Johnston, Trainer, Hindle, and Steel. three Quarters, however, the latter was also compelled to cry .. „o In going up the back stretch Tramor raced up to Johnston and took the lead. Whilst alwut yards in the rear Hindle, with a remarkably fine,

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Morning Chronicle

Morning Chronicle London, England

10 Nov 1855

the conelreetionof a will of a Mr. Hindle, who devised his real estato to his eldest son, J. F. Hindle, for life, remainder in the use of two truitees for 500 years, remainder to the sons and dough- ters of J. F. Hindle successively, in like manner, with

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The Sportsman

The Sportsman London, England

25 Feb 1868

the second place as they neared the straight. Rounding the turn, Hindle and Bird were level, and tight struggle ended in favour of Bird by four yards; Ridley third, ten yards behind Hindle; Hough twenty yards in the rear of Ridley. Time, Imin sosec. Besides

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London Evening Standard

London Evening Standard London, England

7 Nov 1855

Chancellor.) HINDLE V. TAYLOR. This appeal from the Master of tbe Rolls was opened yesterday. The point came before the court on a *l , | c lial1 iaI case, framed under the Turner Act. A testator devised bis reil estate to his eldest son, J. F. Hindle, for life

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Sporting Life

Sporting Life London, England

3 Feb 1869

o'clock—Bird attended by his trainer and C. Wright, of Sheffield; and Hindle by Quin and James Bolton, Sheffield. Both were up to the mark in point of condition. 2 to 1 was freely offered on Hindle, notwithstanding that Bird won the inside station. The men got

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Sporting Life

Sporting Life London, England

26 Feb 1868

away; Binns was also request, his friends booking winning a certainty, and they stood to win a largo amount and 3ml; neat came Hindle, who was industriously put about a veritable flyer to 1; whilst M’Kinstray, Fleet, Ridley, and Hough had supporters at 1 each;

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Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle

Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle London, England

27 Jun 1868

the finish. Time, Imin 39Jsec —Heat 2 Hindle 10, 1; Mills 40, 2. Odds of 2 to 1 were laid on Hindle, but Mills kept on in advance until nearing home, when the favourite joined issue, and, after a close contest, Hindle won about nine inches. Time, Imin 4958

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Illustrated Police News

Illustrated Police News London, England

24 Dec 1887

interesting and valuable we only ,f deem It a duty to give the facts as much publicity as a possible. e Lleutenant Colonel J, W. Hindle, of Her Majssty's nervice, stationed in India, came home in November, b 18S3, suffering from kidney and urinary diseases,

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Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle

Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle London, England

29 Jun 1867

Glasgow 50, 0. Won easily, as the last two named did not finish. —Heat 3: It. Hindle of Eaisley 26,1; A. Sutherland of Cowcaddens 56,0; J. Anderson of Glasgow 69, 0. Hindle the last yards had it all to himself, the others having retired from the contest

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Morning Chronicle

Morning Chronicle London, England

1 Mar 1858

that of Maitland, was brought out. The second, that of Hindle, was found inmnediately afterwards, but that of Wilkinson not till about ten o'clock. The greatest excitement prevailed, and young Hindle was at first supposed to be the son of Mr. Park, yarn

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