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The flavour of BERMALINE BREAD is conducive to hearty eating. (Advt.) Use Tit Bite Sauce flavour And full enjoyment you'll

The flavour of BERMALINE BREAD is conducive to hearty eating. (Advt.) Use Tit Bite Sauce flavour And full enjoyment you'll

recoup (Advt.)
January 16, 1918 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
CURIOUS!

CURIOUS!

TAKE COVER WHEN AIR RAID IS IN PROGRESS. inquest on further victim of last week's air raid, Maria Sarah Verity, aged forty-six, wus held in London district yesterday. On hearing the firing of guns she got up and went to street door. sustained injuries to the abdomen and ankle, t
September 12, 1917 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Make the BLACK CAT your pet aI L || ette. Like all good things, BLACK CA* m amply repay your

Make the BLACK CAT your pet aI L || ette. Like all good things, BLACK CA* m amply repay your

confidence them. Note specially their smoothness, and sweetness. There are no other pop^ priced cigarettes to equal them for qualW | and value—say BLACK CAT every time/ A SERIOUS NOTE Every packet of BLACK CAT cigarettes contains a facsimile cartoon by LOUIS RAEMAEKERS. No other
October 20, 1916 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
HOSPITAL IN PERIL.

HOSPITAL IN PERIL.

REMOVAL OF WOUNDED SOLDIERS. The Royal Free Hospital in London placed in jeopardy by fire which occurred the adjoining factory of Messrs. Cubitt and Company early to-day. Caused the fusing of motor the fire quickly spread, and the night shift o£ girls had exciting escape. Within
March 12, 1917 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 

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Echoes Of The Day:

Mesopotamia Da?. General Sir Stanley Maude daughter has issued the following appeal.—The great endurance hardships suffered the British troops in Mesopotamia has been, rewarded the capture Bagdad. lam sure the public will their gratitude making Mesopotamia Day, April 13, in aid
March 12, 1917 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE DOCKERS.

THE DOCKERS.

STILL REPLY TO THE DEMANDS. Mr. Sexton informs us that the dockers are still without any real reply to their wages application, the expected communication from the Minister of Labour, who now has the matter hand, not having materialised. The matter has been before the authoritie
March 12, 1917 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
TWO NEW V.C.'S.

TWO NEW V.C.'S.

His Majesty the King has been graciously pleased to approve of the awnrd of The Victoria, Cross the urir'T-mentioned officer and noncommissioned officer: — Captain Henry William Murray, D.5.0., Australian Infantry. No. 9887 Sergeant Edward John Mott, Border Regiment.
March 12, 1917 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
PRESENTATION TO MR. H. BLUNDELL.

PRESENTATION TO MR. H. BLUNDELL.

A representative gathering of the whole staff of the engineering: deportment of the Cheshire Lines Committee assembled at the Central Station, Liverpool, take farewell of their chief engineer, Mr. Harry Jilundell, on his retirement from the company's service to take up the posit
March 12, 1917 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
RACING NEWS.

RACING NEWS.

TO-DAY'S LONDON CLUB BETTING. WAR NATIONAL 6 to 1 Cairig Park, taken 10 1 Yellow Chat, taken and offered to Vermouth, taken and offered 20 to 1 Denis Auburn, taken and offered 25 to 1 Chans, taken OFFICIAL SCRATCHINGS. COLWALL PAHK MEETING. Colwall Park engagements.—Blowpipe. Le
March 12, 1917 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England