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HOME-MADE FURNITURE. GOOD WORKMANSHIP. WELL-SEASONED MATERIAL& NEWEST DESIGNS. MODERATE PRICE& J. WARING, IN CALLnaI ATTENTION TO LARGE AND EXCELLENT STOCK

HOME-MADE FURNITURE. GOOD WORKMANSHIP. WELL-SEASONED MATERIAL& NEWEST DESIGNS. MODERATE PRICE& J. WARING, IN CALLnaI ATTENTION TO LARGE AND EXCELLENT STOCK

OF CABINET FURNITURE, manufactured upon the premises, wishes to intimate to thaw who have not hitherto patronisol him (what would be Ina necessary to those who know him) that he is able to (do every advantage that can be secured by long experience, map tical knowledge, and • lar
June 14, 1879 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ON MONDAY NEXT, THE AND THROUGHOUT THE WERE. SALE OF FANCY DRESS MATERIALS, AT Tat LIVERPOOL GENERAL DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT •

ON MONDAY NEXT, THE AND THROUGHOUT THE WERE. SALE OF FANCY DRESS MATERIALS, AT Tat LIVERPOOL GENERAL DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT •

60 52, CITURCH43TREET. DRESS BUYER Again Returned front the Markets with Several Remarkably CIIEAP LOTS OF THLS SEASON'S NEW AND FASHIONABLE DRESS MATERIALS. Which will be Sold from 55d per Yard to la 64 per Yard. FRENCH CASHMERE (ALL-WOOL), NEW COLOURS, At 2254 per Tait. PAITEn
June 14, 1879 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE ZULU CAMPAIGN.

THE ZULU CAMPAIGN.

The mail steamer Warwick Castle arrived at Plymouth on Tuesday. Her news has been anticipated by telegram Prom Madeira. Before the Warwick Castle left, telegrams from Simonstown announced the arrival there of the mail steamer Natal, and her Majesty's steamer Forester, with Cetew
October 4, 1879 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
CONTuquATION OF THE TRIAL

CONTuquATION OF THE TRIAL

At the Town-hall, Birkenhead, on Icesday, before Mr. Preston, stipendiary magistrate, John and Catherine Barns were brought up on remand, charged with having wilfully neglected to provide with proper nourishment a child known as "Florence," at present unknown, thereby endangerin
October 4, 1879 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
'AL SHIPPING DISASTERS.

'AL SHIPPING DISASTERS.

• STEAMER DESTROYED BY TIRE. Yesterday the well-known passenger steamer Rairy Queen was burned to the water's edge on Lech Eck. Argyleehire. The Fairy Queen was a new steamer, and only took her place on the loch this summer.. She formed a connection in one of the popular West Hi
October 4, 1879 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE BUILDING TRADES.

THE BUILDING TRADES.

The thirty-second Bastion of the Liverpool Architectural Society was opened on Wednesday at the Royal Institution, Colquittestreet, and was jnwnerowdy attended by members. After some lormal business, Mr. Henry &turners, the president, delivered the annual address. Having remarke
October 4, 1879 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LABOUR AND WAGES.

LABOUR AND WAGES.

The Oldham cotton spinners have declined to withdraw the notice of 3 per cent, reduction in -- operatives' wages. The men employed at the Hoyland Silkstone Colliery, South Yorkshire, have been informed that the notices posted a fortnight ago of 10 per cent. reduction had been wi
October 4, 1879 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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October 4, 1879 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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October 4, 1879 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
GREAT SALE OF PAPERHANGINGS. Gold and Room Pavers reduced to la Haim and Bedroom reduced to 004. lean Paperhanginga 200

GREAT SALE OF PAPERHANGINGS. Gold and Room Pavers reduced to la Haim and Bedroom reduced to 004. lean Paperhanginga 200

maces for 30e. Itenntllaltn ins Nalt-prioe. Patterns Pent by poet. P. 0.0. payable to J. OKMROD, 21, WiIITEORAPKL, LIVICRPOOL.
October 4, 1879 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England