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THIS DAY'S POLICE NEWS.

THIS DAY'S POLICE NEWS.

LIVERPOOL. (Before Mr. Mansfield, Deputy Stipendiary.) Embezzlement.—A young man named George Wagner was charged with embezzling £5 13s, belonging to Messrs. Henry Thompson and Co., provision merchants. The prisoner was a vanman in the employ the prosecutors, and on the ult. he
August 9, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MEETING OF THE HOME RULE PARTY.

MEETING OF THE HOME RULE PARTY.

A meeting of the Irish Parliamentary party was held yesterday, at their room, King-street, Westminster, Mr. M. Sullivan in the chair, to consider what action should be taken in view of the rejection of the Compensation for Disturbance (Ireland) Bill in the House of Lords. strong
August 7, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE STATE OF IRELAND.

THE STATE OF IRELAND.

DESPATCH OF TROOPS. The Press Association learns that the battalion of the Ucy.il Marine Light Infantry which was originally intended to be to Cork and Spike Island was yesterday ordered to be stationed at Kinsale. The following oil oirs have been detailed to accompany tbem>Lieu
August 7, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
TERRIFIC WEATHER AT SEA. The steamer Marpesia, from Melbourne at London, reports as follows :—Sailed on the April, and passed

TERRIFIC WEATHER AT SEA. The steamer Marpesia, from Melbourne at London, reports as follows :—Sailed on the April, and passed

through Port Philip Heads, with light southerly winds and tine weather, wind veering to south-east. From thence to fc. 146 E. had moderate breezes from the north-east, and thick hazy weather, which continued to the 20th April, 177 W., where we experienced a tremendously heavy ga
August 7, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
JOHN KNOX AS A NONSABBATARIAN.

JOHN KNOX AS A NONSABBATARIAN.

A Manchester contemporary says that there are several passages iu the life of John Knox and his fellow reformers that may fittingly be mentioned regarding the subject of Sunday recreation. In the sixteenth century, and even later, the orthodox mind Scotland did not regard innoce
January 10, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Sir Dominic Corrigan, Bart., M.D., lies danger ously ill at his residence in Dublin. Messrs. Inglis, shipbuilders, Glasgow, intend using

Sir Dominic Corrigan, Bart., M.D., lies danger ously ill at his residence in Dublin. Messrs. Inglis, shipbuilders, Glasgow, intend using

the electric light to facilitate the completion of two large French vessels. The pediment for the equestrian statue of Lord Gough in Dublin, has been erected in Phoenix I'ark, opposite the Wellington Memorial. At meeting of the Mansion House Rowland Hill Memorial Committee yeste
January 10, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
CHAT FROM THE CAPITAL.

CHAT FROM THE CAPITAL.

EXTRACTS FROM LONDON LETTERS. It is not consolatory to learn that there were no less than 327 strikes in various branches of labour last year, an increase of 50 over the preceding year, and of 136 over 1877. On the other hand, it is satisfactory sign that arbitration has been re
January 10, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE AGRARIAN DIFFICULTY IN IRELAND.

THE AGRARIAN DIFFICULTY IN IRELAND.

THE AGRARIAN DIFFICULTY IRELAND. MORE PROCESSES TO SERVED. In connection with the attack on the processserver between Claremorm aud Bally Haurics, ;> ester day, our Clareniorris correspondent telegraphs to-day that service processes will again attempted. A police detachment has b
January 10, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
TERRIBLE MURDER IN GLASGOW.

TERRIBLE MURDER IN GLASGOW.

TERRIBLE MURDER GLASGOW. REVELATIONS OF IMMORALITY, A shocking murder is alleged have been perpetrated in Glasgow this morning which, its details, reveals a sad state of immorality. It appears that a blind man, named O'Neil, and his wife,. Ann Tollan, took in a lodger named Josep
January 10, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE MURDER OF A FARMER IN DURHAM.

THE MURDER OF A FARMER IN DURHAM.

The mystery which envelopes this extraordinary murder still exists. Jane Barron, the Sousekeeper, is iu custody, but the rumour as to Mr. Snowball, sen., having been arrested is untrue. The woman Barron, on being charged, was at first silent, but after minute's silence she decla
January 10, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England