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THIS MORNING'S NEWS.

THIS MORNING'S NEWS.

Echo. APRIL 25, ISS4. Jj»od v° Ured that the Government have aQ aut umn expedition to | «neral Gordon. ' und erthe presidency ' Wasuel d yesterday Cairo, ad d declaring the Spatch of oop« to Upper j necessary. a] V ° th E otted fromCai rothat prepara- >t °?r - expedition southwa
April 25, 1884 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ECHOES OF THE DAY.

ECHOES OF THE DAY.

It may interest readers to know that the Bishop of Liverpool, who takes his seat the House of Lords owing to the death of the Bishop of Ripon, is opponent of the Deceased Wife's Sister Bill. The late Bishop of Ripon was a supporter of it, and oae of the few bishops who actually
April 25, 1884 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MFERRAN FOR WEST DERBY WARD.

MFERRAN FOR WEST DERBY WARD.

Addressing an enthusiastic meeting of the West Derby Ward electors, last evening, Mr. M'Ferran said that they had an opportunity on Saturday that Liberals had long striven fo-, and he hoped they would show that they appreciated by coming out in full strength with determination t
April 25, 1884 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
IMPORTANT ARRESTS IN DUBLIN.

IMPORTANT ARRESTS IN DUBLIN.

EXTRA SPECIAL EDITION. Friday, P. J. SHERIDAN REPORTED TO BE IN CUSTODY. man named Chapman was arrested to-day in connection with the Westmeath murder conspiracy. H« was brought in the Police Court, and transferred to Trim. Great excitement was caused in Dublin to-day report tha
April 25, 1884 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
IftsoeUwcme Ijj Sold. M PAY MORE GEORGE AND COMPANY'S WATCHES FROM TO Makers' certificate giro;.. Money returned not satisfactory. pa.,

IftsoeUwcme Ijj Sold. M PAY MORE GEORGE AND COMPANY'S WATCHES FROM TO Makers' certificate giro;.. Money returned not satisfactory. pa.,

more ? GEORGE and CO.. 221. SCO'i'i.AND-ROAD. GUlNEAS.—Splendid Anne full Coffee and Tea >ervice. new. No marks; genuine j bargain; Government r,tampe<l: silver. —221, I Sco tam>-_ud. • VOVi' TV. — pure diamond; ciaw-setting; I. 1 brilliant facet*. w.:h fine ?«.ld unts. M.r worn
April 25, 1884 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE SOUDAN.

THE SOUDAN.

NEWS FROM KHARTOUM. City Still Safe. ["daily news" telegram.] Cairo, Thursday Night.—Your correspondent Khartoum sends message, partly telegraphic, dated the 21st April, as follows :—"We are all safe here ; trade will be carried on even if Khartoum be taken. shall trade with tho
May 2, 1884 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
DALY IN CHESTER CASTLE.

DALY IN CHESTER CASTLE.

[SPECIAL TELEGRAII.j / Last night additional warders were on duty Chester Castle, where Daly is confined, while outside the walls a posse of county constabulary waa doing patrol duty. The night passed quietly away. The large military force immediately at hand made any attempt at
May 2, 1884 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
2£iseellanootts to bo Sold. "DRICR ONE GUINEA PER SPOT.—Thoroughbred X Horse, with pedigree, beautifully spotted red roan, and piebald, with

2£iseellanootts to bo Sold. "DRICR ONE GUINEA PER SPOT.—Thoroughbred X Horse, with pedigree, beautifully spotted red roan, and piebald, with

grand action; believed to trot mile in three minutes j winner of several trotting matches; years old, 14 hands high ; very valuable to circus proprietor or curiosity purchaser. Also several from Lincoln Fair and Ireland, suitable for hacks, hunters, chargers, ladies' pads, match
May 2, 1884 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
REST FOR THE WEARY.

REST FOR THE WEARY.

When the tindy is ranked and the OLD
April 18, 1884 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
FRANCE AND TONQUIN.

FRANCE AND TONQUIN.

FRANCE AND CAPTURE CITADELS. OFFICIAL DESPATCH. [CENTRAL HWI TELEGRAM. v. 11.20 a.m.—An official despatch, just received the Ministry Marine, says that the citadels of Phulamtram -and have been taken and razed. The enemy completely routed. Prince Keviem tied towards Don- j fram,
April 18, 1884 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England