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Wl'N AND HUMOUR.

Wl'N AND HUMOUR.

A young calls his sweetheart Revenge, I because she is sweet. the young married man opposite calls his mother-iiplaw Delay, becanse she is dangerous. A young lady asked a book-store clerk, the other day, if he had ' Ireqtns." "No," replied the clerk, "bob I'm afraid a boil is co
October 19, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SHIPPING DISASTERS.

SHIPPING DISASTERS.

The 4'eralan barque Ignis Fatuus been 1 wreclee el on the bar when entering Oporto harbour. The I crew.eollier Lambton has gone ashore in the; seine. She haft been erroneously reported as sunk, but nen wins stranded in a badposition. The English ship Chancellor has gone aground
October 19, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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October 19, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE NEGRO REVOLT IN SANTA CRUZ.

THE NEGRO REVOLT IN SANTA CRUZ.

A Copenhagen telegram says that in Satunlay's sitting of the Landsthing M. Estrnp, the President of the Council and Minister of Finance, stated that, according to a telegram received from Santa Cruz, order appeared to be in process of being estored in the island, and the rising
October 19, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
WEST DERBY CUARDIANS.

WEST DERBY CUARDIANS.

ROMAN cATHoLic PAUPERS AND BOARDING-OUT. The weekly meeting of the West Derby Guar, diens was held at the tnion-offices, •Mill•road, Evertor*, on Wednesday, Mr. John lioulding, the chairman, presiding. Mr. Penton, the' governor of the Walton Workhouse, reported that no priest at
October 19, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
A• CORONER'S JURY ON PUNCTUALITY.

A• CORONER'S JURY ON PUNCTUALITY.

I An Inquest was held at the Salford Hotel, Burnley, on Tunday morning, touching the death of m Parker. wife of William Parker, weaver, Royle-road, Burnley. The jury was summoned for 10 30-a.m., and the coroner (Mr. Hargreaves) was bite. When he entered the room one of the I jur
October 19, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
IWO AND COMPANE BR OTHERS' CASH FELICE LIST 70A ' t OROCEMIES. LouodEreetou Application. --- NO Oft MEMBEICS TICKET REQUIRED

IWO AND COMPANE BR OTHERS' CASH FELICE LIST 70A ' t OROCEMIES. LouodEreetou Application. --- NO Oft MEMBEICS TICKET REQUIRED

OR niIATRRED. 6, ,HAVELOC.R.-BUILDINGS, 1 OWEMS of and Berry-skeet. 190e2S It/i - APJ3DEN'S PATENT BILLIARD 1 1 TABLES AND PATENT COMPOSITION TOPS. Nasty MIS the price of Wood and Slate Tables. Them, tops preserve the Colour and Texture of the Cloth A. N moan Tate, Esq., the emi
October 19, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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DEPSNE LOZENGES, at 2s. and Bottle. P EPSNE GLOBJMS, at 25., &. and 6s. 6d. pa Bottle. BOLD BY ALL AND TES T. 11 ORSON k SON, 130177114)PTON ROW R) SEMX-SQUARE, LON)ON.
October 5, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MARSDEN'S PATENT BILLIARD TABLES AND PATE 'T COMPOSITION TOPS. Nearly half the price of Wood and Slate These tops preserve

MARSDEN'S PATENT BILLIARD TABLES AND PATE 'T COMPOSITION TOPS. Nearly half the price of Wood and Slate These tops preserve

the Colour sod Texture of the Cloth A. Norman Tate, Esq., the eminent Analytical Chymist, save :—" They have a perfectly smoOth loud surface, and are BETTER THAN SLATE.' Charles H. Please, F.C.K.. Public Analyst for Strand district, London, says :—" They do not cause so much con
October 5, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
COItONER'S INQUESTS. The following inquests- were held during the week :--

COItONER'S INQUESTS. The following inquests- were held during the week :--

COItONER'S INQUESTS. The following inquests - were held during the week On the body of Chas. Brown, a labourer, aged 42, who lived at 4 court, Gildarts.gardens. On the 20th of August the deceased was engaged discharging a cargo of flags from the schooner Janet Fraser, in the Cann
October 5, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England