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ENGLISH AND FRENCH BOOTS, With Proportionate and Proper Reel& Can alwaye be Lad at J. rtNTONY'S, COMMUTATION-ROW, Where one of the Largest and Most Varied Stoeks in the Kingdom is kept. l'or the Ball Season we have a Choice Variety of. and Frf rich Dress Boots, Shows, and Rosett
January 5, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
TUE NEW YEAR IN-gOUTH . WALES.

TUE NEW YEAR IN-gOUTH . WALES.

TUE NEW YEAR IN - gOUTH . WALES. SAD STORY OF DISTRESS & PRIVATION. A special correspondent of the Daily Neva, writing from Merthyr Tvdvil on New Year's-day, traces the present distress in South Wales from the winter of 1872, when the iron trade began to droop, and was followed b
January 5, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Dr. Williams was on Thursday re-elected medical officer to the Mold Local Board, and Mr. Thomas Williams (Woodcroft) was dected to fill a vacancy on the board.

Dr. Williams was on Thursday re-elected medical officer to the Mold Local Board, and Mr. Thomas Williams (Woodcroft) was dected to fill a vacancy on the board.

-- 111 - ajoi - o C aorman, 31. P., speaking at a meeting of the Waterford Poor-law Guardians on Wedne.- day referred to the House of Commons as the "accursed English House of Commons," "time horrible House of Commons," and to have said that Ireland was feeding cattle for those
January 5, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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itA - Rictrs The followimr are Liverpool market : ruesda; iy's quotations at the ..... . a d. a 0. 9 , 801 b. R. a. Ft. d 1 English.new redlo 4..11 0 & Irish 4 0.. 4 9 2, white....ll 3..11 9 Danubian 424 5 1 Irish, red 2, white 0 0 0 0 &Scotch 3 10.. 4 2 11.5.N0.1. springll 0..11
January 5, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MAMMOTH FACTORY.

MAMMOTH FACTORY.

j 'l,lhe recent adjudication in favour of an Englishman against the great Krupp, the ironfounder of Essen, has aroused the interest formerly felt in this man's history, and there is inducement to give his story all anew, with the fresh incidents of his career. When the first Kru
January 5, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
.. ----. 4 LOMBARD BUILDINC S i ViIIETY 43 d; 44, LOMBA.RD-ISTREET, C , • 1869. THE Niar AT, 1874.

.. ----. 4 LOMBARD BUILDINC S i ViIIETY 43 d; 44, LOMBA.RD-ISTREET, C , • 1869. THE Niar AT, 1874.

DEPosrrs RECEIVED AT LIBERAL INTEREST , Lands rialrMorticage or Deposit of Dee s. Offer, unusua. ' facilities for the purchase of Ilonsee Shops, Panto , . ftc. . . NEW AND SPECIAL FEATITRE. —The Socir. ty will build Houses. Lc., in any approved part of Great Britain, . , finding
January 5, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ATTEMPTED JEWEL ROBBERY AND MURDER.

ATTEMPTED JEWEL ROBBERY AND MURDER.

About noon on Tuesday an attempt was made by William Jackson, jeweller, late of Mickley. near Birmingham, to murder Eugense liamburgh, wholesale jeweller. Clorkenwell, by shootin, ,, and stabbing him in the top chambers of titi, Holbornviaduct. From what could be gathered by the
January 19, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
FUNERAL OF THE LATE KING OF ITALY.

FUNERAL OF THE LATE KING OF ITALY.

The remains of Victor Emmanuel, the late Kint I of Italy, were yesterday interred in the Panthtos at Rome. The funeral cortege left the Quirinal at eleven o'clock, and was headed by detachments of troops, followed by a large number of deputations, all the great bodies of State,
January 19, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE SEAMEN'S ORPHANAGE.

THE SEAMEN'S ORPHANAGE.

The following memorial, addressed to her Majeety's Board of Commissioners of Charities, his been sent for publication. It sets forth :—L 'l'hat the undersigned inhabitants of Lverpool, several of whom have been subscribers to the funds of the Liverpool Seamen's Orphanage Institu
January 19, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
AN EXTRAORDINARY STORY.

AN EXTRAORDINARY STORY.

Ckricenwsp On Mr. Houck taking his seat at - Police Court on Monday, a solicitor made an cation for summonses for assault, on behalf • gentleman living at Liverpool, and stated than on Saturday his client attended the funeral of his father at Finchley Cemetery. There his brothel
January 19, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England