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the islanders ate the Mate and two of the

the islanders ate the Mate and two of the

crew, who seemed to be "well nurtured." There were some other complications in which Fijians, Tongas, and Aniettcaus got mixed up, and the result was that the Washington Cabinet demanded £45,000 compensation, or else —. The Fijian monarch in this difficulty proposed to the Briti
May 9, 1874 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
NEW BOROUGH MAGISTRATES.

NEW BOROUGH MAGISTRATES.

We hear the following gentlemen are about to be placed on the cominissiou of the peace for the borough of Liverpool :—Messrs. Arthur B. Forwood, Alderman Weiglitman, James Lister, Alga rman Jack, George irkle, and Thomas B. Boyden. deaths in the township &ming the pest month was
May 9, 1874 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE FEARFUL_STOHY OF THE SEA.

THE FEARFUL_STOHY OF THE SEA.

The following is an extract from a letter resettled in Liverpool from &passenger on board the City of Manchester, hence to Calcutta, which picked up the crew of a boat belonging to the dilated Arracan, whose loss has bees already reported ni our colninne. The letter is dated Mar
May 9, 1874 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
OPENING AND CLOSING OF PUBLIC-HOUSES. TOWN'S MEETING IN LIVERPOOL. Last evening, in St. George's-hall, " a town's meeting" was held,

OPENING AND CLOSING OF PUBLIC-HOUSES. TOWN'S MEETING IN LIVERPOOL. Last evening, in St. George's-hall, " a town's meeting" was held,

convened by the Mayor (Mr. A. B. Walker), on receipt of a requisition " numerowdy gamed by clergymen, merchants, and other inhabitants," to consider the intoxicating liquors bill, "especially with regard to the hours of opening and closing public-houses." The Mayor took the chai
May 9, 1874 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LIVERPOOL AND BIRKENHEAD MA! iIS.

LIVERPOOL AND BIRKENHEAD MA! iIS.

LIVERPOOL AND BIRKENHEAD . • • 111 Frills . Folds I. . .0. s. . .0. Beet, it 0 %to I .... to 1 Mutton, le rb Lamb, Y , 4r 10 .. 1 .... 1 .. 1 Ditto, bind qr. lent 0 .. 1 .... %• • Lobsters, le 1b..." 1 .. •• • • Counsh,le lb .. .. .... .. 1 Haddock, r 1b...—. 0 .. .. Fowls, le 4
May 9, 1874 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE PREMIER ON ART CULTURE.

THE PREMIER ON ART CULTURE.

On Saturday evening the 27es:tient and Council of the Royal Academy gave their anniversary banquet to a dietingaisned company at Burlington-home, on the eve of the opening of the exhibition to-day. The chair wad occupied by Sir France; Grant, the president of the Academy. The Pr
May 9, 1874 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BIRKENREAD.

BIRKENREAD.

A PNDESTRIAN CAUSING AN OBSTRUCTION.— Bobert Poplin, "champion walker," was charged with having caused an obstruction in Clevelandstreet. The accused is known as a person Wined to walk "fifty miles in ten hours." On Saturday morning he was performing this feat in Cleveland-stree
May 23, 1874 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE LIVERPOOL PUBLICANS AND THE BILL.

THE LIVERPOOL PUBLICANS AND THE BILL.

A special meeting of the committee of the Liverpool Licensed Victuallers' Association held at the offices, Cambridge.chambers, Lord. street, on Thursday afternoon, and there were also present several members of the trade who represented wards in the town. Mr. chairman of the ass
May 23, 1874 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE PBESS AND THE BETTING BILL.

THE PBESS AND THE BETTING BILL.

A deputation representing several of the sporting journals published in the metropolis, as well as certain provincial newspapers which make the publication of sporting intelligence a special feature, waited on the Home Secretary for the purpose of urging upon the right hon. gent
May 23, 1874 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England