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'DANCING ACADEMY

'DANCING ACADEMY

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April 11, 1887 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
TIRE AT HATFIELD CHURCH.

TIRE AT HATFIELD CHURCH.

A telegram was at Derseaster, yuterday moramg,aaarmaalag that Mulled *bomb was e.re. The eri= a Jae. The men Brigade as tie arrival the Ate The damage at about 'Lawrie Latuor Citoona.—As Poltee Court, on Saturday, a man gamed Henry Wickham, who wee to the (limiter Lunatic asylum
April 11, 1887 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
WEEKLY NOTES ON NATIONAL PASTIMES.

WEEKLY NOTES ON NATIONAL PASTIMES.

UT ♦ COCWTRT The nutsy trout of and Lawnshire generally will, is with anglers la other parte of the repot that the time she, by numbers • shirt far the par la nada, has them with the riven abortsally low and brie bt, and with as east tried blowing which wield piano the pirating
April 11, 1887 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
TO•DATE DEMONSTRATION.

TO•DATE DEMONSTRATION.

At Wag belay is Hyde Park there will be sixteen platforms presided over by the follow Mg members of Panamint :—Professor Stuart, Messrs. Laseuehere, I'. P. O'Connor. J. Rowlands, J. Redmond, H. Breadaust, H. P. Cobb, B. Coleridge, W. A. Hunter, O. V. Magee, T. Sexton, W. R. Crem
April 11, 1887 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
FOB PERRY LID 00. GOLD FOLDERS. GOLD FOLDERS. SSOLED GOLD AND NWT PAIL MINT QUALITY. ANT MIND F. H. MUM

FOB PERRY LID 00. GOLD FOLDERS. GOLD FOLDERS. SSOLED GOLD AND NWT PAIL MINT QUALITY. ANT MIND F. H. MUM

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April 11, 1887 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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April 15, 1887 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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April 15, 1887 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
A PLEASANT SURPRISE.

A PLEASANT SURPRISE.

Three of the prams who were being I ininired shoat at the offices of the Loudest, Brighton, end South Coast Railway Company yesterday as missing from the Vieteris have nos bees amertained to Is: namely, Mrs. Blake and Smith, who are at Brighton, amt having started for Femme at a
April 15, 1887 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
GOODBYE.

GOODBYE.

The King of the Belgium sad mite left Chartist:roes Station by the 9.40 impress this ingrain en route for O.t•ai. OBSTINATE STRIKE HAND& Th. voting aroma the Wows releluded toelay, and shows that the dwelled mate are in favour of the strike aad aptinst negotiating with the maste
April 15, 1887 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LORD RANDOLPH CHURCHILL

LORD RANDOLPH CHURCHILL

Lard Randolph Churchill, on the of vital to Nottingham nest T. y, trill adages • inertias in the atomises is the Albart and mill be present in the evening • impact to in the Mseltante4 Hall to the Zoo. Hash-BMMqto M the gym& of IB'ts and 111101 the Smears Midas of the Mr. Arnold
April 15, 1887 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England