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ALLEGED CRUEL TREATMENT.

ALLEGED CRUEL TREATMENT.

Weeticiuster Polito .Court, yesterday, a young Scestchwcuien applied to Mr. Bennett for advioe. She mid she was in a lady. service a Thurlow-place, South Kensingtoe, and on July 31 last she was there taken ill with scarlet fever, and removed to Fulham Hospital. She was net allow
September 29, 1887 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
e j•COB AND CO.'S WATER BIBC VI TS' ICS TIC B I'T . LION? AND =SP. Prat AND Odd 000

e j•COB AND CO.'S WATER BIBC VI TS' ICS TIC B I'T . LION? AND =SP. Prat AND Odd 000

OW Tins 1 M rea Is 'MEW BONET iu the Comb, le &Fated, C. Jen. la SHAW BROTILERs, 2 Is S. LIVERPOOL. Alit,
September 29, 1887 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE DUKE OE EDINBURGH.

THE DUKE OE EDINBURGH.

I gnat.--The Duke of Folio burgh at &slack this sad was the quay bv the military I sad a guard of 'boom. The Duke pro seeded to visit the *thorn of the military port the evil suthurite , is the military casino, mat theses to the Teas Hall, to retain the hurgo visit. loth ua land
September 30, 1887 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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September 30, 1887 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE YACHT RACE.

THE YACHT RACE.

THE START. THE VOLUNTEER LEADS. 'PRI; WIRER( lAL ('ABEL COMPANY:4.I New YORK, FRIDAY, 5.30 A.M.—The weather report is as follows :—" Damp, cloudy ; wind light, north-eset." New Yotte, 9.10 a.m.—The rain ■nd wind subsiding. Wind, 15 miles. Fog still hangs. Very probable the yacht
September 30, 1887 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
iIIENTRAL yEW4 TZLZOFIASIS. I

iIIENTRAL yEW4 TZLZOFIASIS. I

yEW4 NEW YORK, FRIDAY, 7.45 A.M.—The prospects for a race to-day between the yakhts Volunteer and Thistle seem at press& no better than yesterday. The rain is still falling in one continuous drizzle, and there is a thick mist over the water. The wind is now from the east, but it
September 30, 1887 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
READINUS OF Tar. BAROMETER.

READINUS OF Tar. BAROMETER.

READINUS OF BAROMETER. RIMY. cr. 10 2 4 a.°l7 8.561 AT HOLYHEAD. • 4.45.. .. N 3.007
September 30, 1887 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THIS MORNISGS

THIS MORNISGS

Later reports with reference to the international yacht race in the flay of York show that on the whole the wind was better than telegraphed on Tuesday night. telegram states that the nun velocity was street miles an hour. In the opinion of the Nee• York Prase, the Thistle *se o
September 29, 1887 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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September 29, 1887 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
TO-DirB PROCEEDINGS.

TO-DirB PROCEEDINGS.

tourism.] NEV.' Volta, 5,.') (Nrw Toi. —TIM weather this morning is wet uud dull, and the wind light S. . To-day the second trial between the Thistle and the Volunteer takes place. The course is twenty lodes to windward or leeward of the Scotland or Sandy Houk lightships, as may
September 29, 1887 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England