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AN EX-RAILWAY PORTER PROSECUTED.

AN EX-RAILWAY PORTER PROSECUTED.

At St. Helens Police Court, on Tuesday, a young man named James Marsh, of Cheapside, Rainford, was charged with travelling on the London and Northwestern Railway without. haying a ticket. Mr. J. Fenna, solicitor to the London and Northwestern Railway Company, prosecuted, and sai
July 12, 1902 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
HERO WORSHIP.

HERO WORSHIP.

"Will you tell me which is the man v:ho was a poor boy ? " So said to me a bright-haired little fellow in an Eton suit and turned-down collar, who sat in the front so,ats at St. Helens Town-hall when Mr. Seddon was, being feted and addressed the other day. He sat quite still and
July 12, 1902 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
A WONDERFUL ESCAPE.

A WONDERFUL ESCAPE.

A man natnedKrause, an employe of the Geneva Federal Typographical Buteau, has had a wonderful escape on the Neiderhorn. While making an ascent he had a fall. unabiu to muve and remained be fell for three days and nights Sii - arela parties went after him and he was found alive
July 12, 1902 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
WESLEYAN TWENTIETH FUND

WESLEYAN TWENTIETH FUND

The officials of the Wesleyan Twentieth Century Fund -have no doubt now of the successful completion of their great effort. The amount now paid in from England, Wales, and Scotland is £892,348, but adding £52,500 from Ireland and £20,000 from the foreign mission district, and th
July 12, 1902 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ALLEGED FATAL ASSAULT ON A

ALLEGED FATAL ASSAULT ON A

GREAT FIRE IN LONDON. - . TELEPHONE EXCHANGE DESTROYED. A destructive fire was discovered in the testing room of the National Telephone Company's Exchange at Loudon Wall on 'Wednesday evening. Fortunately the large number of operators, chiefly girls, who are employed in the Exch
July 12, 1902 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
DATE OF THE CORONATION.

DATE OF THE CORONATION.

At the lunoheon held at the Albemarle Hotel on Thursday afternoon utter the marriago of Sir Thomas Vere Sherlock Gooch. to Miss Florence Drape?, a communication was received from Sir William Russell, chairman of the Coronation Committee, to the effect that the Coronation had,- s
July 12, 1902 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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July 12, 1902 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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July 12, 1902 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
EXPRESS TRAIN WRECKED.

EXPRESS TRAIN WRECKED.

The Spanish express train met with a serious chsaster on Mon:IAT near the railway station at Guard. The train was derailed front some unknown cause, and nearly all the coaches were wrecked. Six passengers were killed and 27 passengers and officials injured,
July 12, 1902 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE -MARCIAN DUEL" IS GERMANY.

THE -MARCIAN DUEL" IS GERMANY.

THE - MARCIAN DUEL" IS GERMANY. CALLOUS STUDENTS. The Berl in - p — ai;e - r's: - ( - s . a - 3 7 s - 3 7:Chronicle - telegram) tell an extraordinary story about a so-called students' duel in Heidelberg. Six students who had quarrelled about a lady met in the rooms of one of them
July 12, 1902 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England