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ECHOES FOR THE FIRESIDE

ECHOES FOR THE FIRESIDE

HUNDRED AND POLITICAL STAGNATION AND COMMERCIAL AOnVITT. The Timet, reviewing tho past year, says :— Except that the year 1889 is marked as the centenary nf the French rotation and the International Exhibition which commemorated that event, there is little in its records to comm
December 31, 1889 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
WRECK OF A LIVERPOOL SHIP.

WRECK OF A LIVERPOOL SHIP.

EXTRA SPECULATION. TWO LIVES LOST. was received at Queenstown to-day county Cork, barque Cheerwell, 1,130 tons, belonging Messrs. ££. and Son, Liverpool, and under the Captain O'Toole, from for Queenstown, went ashore this morning the rocks near Schull during southerly gale. Sbe
December 31, 1889 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
REPORTED GREAT NIHILIST PLOT.

REPORTED GREAT NIHILIST PLOT.

CENTRAL news telegram.] Paris, Tuesday.—The Dixneuvieme announces that extensive Nihilist plot against tbe Czar has been discovered at St. Petersburg, and that several the conspirators bad actually made their way into tbe Imperial Palace. They were arrested in the lobbies and pa
December 31, 1889 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE OREGONIAN RAILWAY.

THE OREGONIAN RAILWAY.

At meeting Dundee, to-day, of tbe bondholders of the Oregonian Railway it was resolved to accept liquidators' proposal pay 20s per pound on their bonds in full of principal and interest.
December 31, 1889 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
TO-DAY'S FOOTBALL.

TO-DAY'S FOOTBALL.

LIVERPOOL RAMBLERS v. CASUALS. The Casuals concluded their Liverpool engagements this afternoon playing a match against the Liverpool Ramblers, which took place the Cricket Ground, Aigburth. The attendance was meagre in the extremis, there not beinz more than twenty thirty spect
December 31, 1889 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ELEVEN PERSONS BURNT TO DEATH. FEARFUL SEQUEL TO BALL. A fire Huron, mining village in Michigan, occurred late oa Saturday

ELEVEN PERSONS BURNT TO DEATH. FEARFUL SEQUEL TO BALL. A fire Huron, mining village in Michigan, occurred late oa Saturday

night, and destroyed the lives of eleven persons, including old man and his wife, tbeir eight children, and female visitor, all of whom had returned late hour from ball the village.
December 31, 1889 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE LATE EMPRESS OF BRAZIL,

THE LATE EMPRESS OF BRAZIL,

DATE OF THE FUNERAL. telegram.] Oporto, Monday.—The Pope bas sent his benediction for the late Dona Theresa. The funeral will take place Lisbon on the prox. QUEEN VICTORIA'S SYMPATHY. The Queen has forwarded to the Emperor of Brazil, through Mr, Petre, British Minister Lisbon, a
December 31, 1889 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
JEALOUSY, MURDER, AND SUICIDE.

JEALOUSY, MURDER, AND SUICIDE.

A enacted GentilLv. outt. tdamp Chi istopble killed her . ana com air ««a both yonng, and had bus ess. Madame Christophle had dtuple, one of which in its pas: Her husband's brains the woman's body the noli- letter which was worded f just killed my husband. but it was nesessary o
December 31, 1889 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE SOUTHPORT BABYFARMING SCANDAL.

THE SOUTHPORT BABYFARMING SCANDAL.

This morning, before Mr. John Fish and other magistrates, the Southpoit County Police Court, William Pearson and his wife, Elizabeth Pearson, weie brought up on remand charged with the manslaughter of the three illegitimate children. May Oldfield, Rosina Elizabeth Oldfield, and
December 31, 1889 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
marriage has been arranged, and will shortly take place between Lord Clifford of Chudleigh and Mies Mabel youngest daughter of

marriage has been arranged, and will shortly take place between Lord Clifford of Chudleigh and Mies Mabel youngest daughter of

the late Mr. John Townaley, Lao. caahire.
December 31, 1889 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England