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A CURIOUS CASE.

A CURIOUS CASE.

CURIOUS CASE. Mr.. Wendel Scherer was charged the Folkestone Borough Police Court, yesterday, with assaulting his wife the previous day. From the evidonce it appeared that the parties had separated by mutual consent three weoks after marriage. Mrs. Scherer was staying 8, Cliftong
May 26, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE PAINTERS' STRIKE. THE EDITOR OF THE LIVERPOOL ECHO. Sir,—l write in reply to a paragraph in Tuesday's Echo, headed

THE PAINTERS' STRIKE. THE EDITOR OF THE LIVERPOOL ECHO. Sir,—l write in reply to a paragraph in Tuesday's Echo, headed

"The Painters' Strike, and Meeting of the Master Painters," who appeal to the public for support aud sympathy on their behalf, simply on accountof themen giving them such short notice. But they (the masters) have not told the public that they were the first to break faith with t
May 26, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE CROWN PRINCE OF GERMANY & THE POPE.

THE CROWN PRINCE OF GERMANY & THE POPE.

THE CROWN PRINCE GERMANY & THE POPE. The Crown and Princess Germany j intend to pass week in Rome, and will visit the ; Pope during their sojourn there. —.
February 2, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
DESPERATE ENCOUNTER WITH NIHILISTS.

DESPERATE ENCOUNTER WITH NIHILISTS.

•SEIZURE OF RE VOLUTION Alt Y MATERIALS. A Standard telegram, dated St. Petersburg, Sunday night, says:—A police officer in the J.iteina district, holding the rank of Pomo&htnik, having heard that three men and two women were j living certain house under suspicious circumstances
February 2, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE LIBERAL LEADERS.

THE LIBERAL LEADERS.

Mr. Adam, the Liberal whip, is cxpected in Loudon this evening. It is doubtful now caucus of the Liberal party will take place Im'ore the meeting of Parliament; but, as both the Opposition leaders, Lord Granville and Lord Hartington, give Parliamentary dinner parties on Wednesda
February 2, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THIS DAY'S SHIPPING.

THIS DAY'S SHIPPING.

ARRIVED. January 31. I Lake (s), Tan (s). .New Orleans 1 Portland, Me. Levant (s) Kate Howe Charleston February 1. Pleiades (s) London Illinois (s) Philadelphia Sofia (s) Bilbao Bordeaux Chazcepore Calcutta (s) Tirnour ..NewOrleans February 2. Fovle Packet Gioja Myra Casablanca
February 2, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ALLEGED WIFE MURDER IN BELFAST.

ALLEGED WIFE MURDER IN BELFAST.

On Saturday, the Belfast Police Court, John Stronaghan was charged with having murdered his wife. The prisoner is a druggist's assistaut. It is alleged that at a very early hour on Saturday morning there was noise heard in his house as if his wite and were having scuffle. The pr
February 2, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE UNITED STATES.

THE UNITED STATES.

New York, Feb. 'S-i. —A meeting Mr. Par. nell's Central Irish Kelief Organisation was held here yesterday. Resolutions were unanimously adopted expressing undiminished confidence ia Mr. l'arnell. The latter, in the course a speech delivered Detroit, stated that he objected to th
February 23, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE BRITISH IN AFGHANISTAN.

THE BRITISH IN AFGHANISTAN.

WITH NAT CfJIEF.-. >'■A'*. Cabal stales t suramonetl the chiefs every tribe the terms a sett':cc.t.rit. Ar. entire c!ian, e li.is been made in the diatiibution .i'liti.-ii troops the hyber line. Nearly all tuc huroper.il troops will be located 011 tiie hiils. 'Ihe '/"• v, it:? i
March 22, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE EXECUTIONS IN AFGHANISTAN.

THE EXECUTIONS IN AFGHANISTAN.

REPORT. Saturday there was issued despatch from tho ndiiiu irovernuienfc to Lord Oranbrock, dated Ie;. 1 tii, 1 enclosing Gen»r«l report. .lar. 27th, rrspectiny t' tried before the military commission. The summing up the formation ined in the says that telegram 2'!r.l reported t
March 22, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England