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KEEPING AN UNLICENSED BILLIARD TABLE.

KEEPING AN UNLICENSED BILLIARD TABLE.

KEEPING UNLICENSED BILLIARD TABLE. MR. M'DOUGALL SUMMONED. Inspector Kogerson applied for a summons, this Jnoming, the second I'olicc Court, before Mr. H. Maxwell, against Mr. .Ronald M'Dougall, proprietor of the Washington Hotel, Lime street, and also his manager, Mr. Win. Mahoo
March 22, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
The marriage of Lord Maurice Fitzgerald, second son of the Duke and Duchess Leinster, with the Lady Adelaide Forbes, eldest

The marriage of Lord Maurice Fitzgerald, second son of the Duke and Duchess Leinster, with the Lady Adelaide Forbes, eldest

daughter of the Earl Granard, K.P., will take place in the course the second week in April,
March 22, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THIS DAY'S SHIPPING.

THIS DAY'S SHIPPING.

ARRIVED. Marcli -1. British Crown (s), Fair Head (s) Newport Philadelphia Kumber (s)..Frederickstadt Laeonia (s) Alexandra March 22. Caravclle (s) St. Baltic New York Condor Norfolk, Ya. Christian Norway Baron Koll>er '.. Christiana SAILED. March *21. j Niua New York Cyclone Ham
March 22, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Miscellaneous Soli. 500 Porcelain Butter Bowls and Covers, Chinese manufacture. Is each. Japanese Showrooms. 4, Chapel-street 100 Japanese Straw Hats,

Miscellaneous Soli. 500 Porcelain Butter Bowls and Covers, Chinese manufacture. Is each. Japanese Showrooms. 4, Chapel-street 100 Japanese Straw Hats,

suitable for children. each.-Japauesa Showrooms, Chapel-street, Liverpool. 50(> Japanese Toy Houses, case, Is 6d , , each; curiously made.—Japanese Show, 4, Chapel-street, Liverpool. 100 Japanese Tete-a-tete Satsuma Tea Sets; two cups and saucers, teapot, cream jus, sugar basin
March 22, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
GLASGOW SHARES.

GLASGOW SHARES.

GLASGOW, Saturday.—Glasgow and Southwestern, 10-Vj: ; Great Eastern, 61J ; Great Western, 120 A £ ; North-Eastern Consols, i'; Atlantic and Great Western, 68£ Broxburn, 203 ; Upliall, ; Young's Tarallin, 12 1115-10 xd.
June 26, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE EMPRESS EUGENIE'S RETURN.

THE EMPRESS EUGENIE'S RETURN.

The Empress Eugenie will embark at Natal to-day on board the Trojan, which will leave Cape Town on Tuesday week, July 6, for England, calling at St. Helena and Madeira. Her Majesty will land the former island and pay a visit to Lougwood. She will reach Madeira about the 22nd or
June 26, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MAIL AND SHIP NEWS.

MAIL AND SHIP NEWS.

Port Said, Friday.—Mr David Maclver's steamer Thessaly left here this afternoon for Liverpool. Port Said, Saturday.—The British India steamer Patna, from Kurrachee and the Persian Gulf, left here this morning for London. Queenstown, Saturday.—The Cunard steamer Scythia, from New
June 26, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
star girths, and Deaths,'' or: Births, ilurr:ages~a!i,777—* J must authenticated by the and sender The words "No Cards" orany other

star girths, and Deaths,'' or: Births, ilurr:ages~a!i,777—* J must authenticated by the and sender The words "No Cards" orany other

matter will ciiarged for a.dvertisemouu ' 4 ' l BIRTHS. Adamsox—June 24, 154, West Dcrtoy-road „•. George Adamson, daughter. 1 Christie—June 22, 2, Mariue-tecrace . aso' ■ BriShto "' llsc wifeo£ Atllel staniHind COLVKR-June 23, Tapton Ville. Sheffield th> »•, Robert Colver, of s
June 26, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ATTEMPTED MURDER AT KING'S LYNN.

ATTEMPTED MURDER AT KING'S LYNN.

THE BENEFIT OF FALSE HAIK. George Wilson, a hawker, was brought before the borough magistrates ou Monday morning, and u as committed for trial tho .Norfolk Assizes for attempting to murder Harriot Fox, single woman. It, appears that the parties had until three weeks ago lived to
March 16, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Child Scalded Death. To-day the coroner of Liverpool held an inquest on the bod}' Mary Agnes Callender, three and a

Child Scalded Death. To-day the coroner of Liverpool held an inquest on the bod}' Mary Agnes Callender, three and a

half years i old, daughter Michael aliender, shoemaker, residing at IS house, 1 Court, St. Anne-street. Friday afternoon the deceased was playing about the house, when she foil into a vessel boiling I water, which had been placed on the floor her j mother. She was taken to the o
March 16, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England