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The Duke Westminster has returned from Continent and gone *«

The Duke Westminster has returned from Continent and gone *«

March 27, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LOSS TO THE 6TH.

LOSS TO THE 6TH.

LIVERPOOL INSURANCE MANAGER'S BEREAVEMENT Mr. George Chappell, general manager the Royal insurance Company, who resides at Mcols-drive, Hoylake, received to-day the intelligence. that younger Colin, -had been killed at the front early this week. The was sent by cyrara.de of the
March 27, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
WARRINGTON MEN AT THE FRONT.

WARRINGTON MEN AT THE FRONT.

Further casualties are reported the ranks the Warrington Territorials. to the present ten men are known to have been killed, whilst, according to the writer one letter, about twenty have been wounded. Additions to the number killed include Private E. Blease Lawless, of 80, Scott
March 27, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BIG FIRE DAMAGE.

BIG FIRE DAMAGE.

Thirty thousand pounds worth of damage was done by fire in Renfieid-street. Glasgow, to-dav, :i furniture store owned by Me6srs. Morrison, Dick, M'Leary, and Herureys.
March 27, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
REFINED LARD FUTURES MARKET.

REFINED LARD FUTURES MARKET.

LIVERPOOL. Saturday. Influenced the sharp d ; ed Chicago, very him tone prevailed at the opmin"- here, and a moderate business was done At the close, however, offerings were made with more freedom, and the market finished rather under the best Is nor owt. advance on the y- Tradi
March 27, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LIVERPOOL COTTON.

LIVERPOOL COTTON.

1 p.m. spot sales estimate bales includes 3,900 American, ZGQ Egyptian, and Peruvian, 800 bales which were tor export and speculation. Futures opened unchanged 2 points advance, but eased during the morning *0 Ito li points decline. Later prices hardened considerably, and market
March 27, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
APARTMENTS TO LET "VTEW Brighton.-Jiariae Park, facing the sea.- -*s Sr -rior Apartments and Echo o i re. 49 Victoria-rd.,

APARTMENTS TO LET "VTEW Brighton.-Jiariae Park, facing the sea.- -*s Sr -rior Apartments and Echo o i re. 49 Victoria-rd.,

Jseacom')e. u:29 VT-BAV Uriah! in *aiiue Pain Lu-ner Ilolida;?.- >' Sol Apartment" ; private sitting-TOjm.. 109, 4C28m31 AT EVu «righton.-Be'.gravia. Marine Park (lacing «-;aj- Sap itior Board-P.psidente, near train, ferry; fcathrootas, electric light, telephoue.-Mr* Waiawrigbt,
March 27, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
COMMERCIAL NEWS.

COMMERCIAL NEWS.

LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE 1.45 p.m. The Stock Market* are very quiet view of the holidays, out. the tendency keeps good. have marked 66 9-16, the War loan 34 9-16, and Irish 65|. Home Rails Metropolitan Midland Great Western 105j,. Americans quiet with declines some stocks. Amalgama
April 1, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
The Central News says the Rev. A. fie who was reported to be one of the the ill-fated steamer Falaba,

The Central News says the Rev. A. fie who was reported to be one of the the ill-fated steamer Falaba,

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April 1, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
AN INQUIRY.

AN INQUIRY.

1 2,10 V . T A N OF THE RULES OF WAR. The Russian Cabinet Council (say 6 a Press Association etrograd telegram of yesterday's atc ) approved the proposal. of M. Sazonoff the appointment extraordinary comwttee to inquire into oases of the violation ?! the laws and customs of war
April 1, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England