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TIVOLI THEATRE, NEW BRIGHTON

TIVOLI THEATRE, NEW BRIGHTON

A packed assembly enjoyed List night the programme provided the management, and it is noteworthy that, with one exception, the contralto. Miss Ethel Holland, local talent was called into use. Miss Leonie Lascelles showed facility and versatility, and Studies seemed to excel. a r
May 17, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
YSER CANAL SUCCESS.

YSER CANAL SUCCESS.

GERMAN OFFENSIVE ENDS DEFEAT. How the Steenstraate (Yser Canal) bridgehead was recaptured is told by a " Daily Mail" North of France correspondent, wiring yesterday. He says:—"The enemy made a violent attack near Steenstraate. The Germans charged several times in close formation
May 17, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE MOMENT IS FAVOURABLE.

THE MOMENT IS FAVOURABLE.

FRENCH ARMY ORDER TO THE TROOPS. The following French order, relating to the offensive now proceeding north Arras, has been issued: "After a campaign of nine months,seven of which has been spent in entrenchments, the time has come to make final exertion to break through the host
May 17, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MISHAP AT A BOOTLE DOCK.

MISHAP AT A BOOTLE DOCK.

A Mersey Dock Board steam'crane, at the Hornby Dock, Bootle, left the metals r-o-day. A man named Edward Jones, Hernot-street, Liverpool, was scalded about the arms and body, and was removed to the Borough Hospital.
May 17, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BUSINESSES STOCKS TO BE SOLD. LAUNDRY (hand), in leading Liverpool thoroughfare, profits weekly ;• offer invited; splendid tion; owner 156,

BUSINESSES STOCKS TO BE SOLD. LAUNDRY (hand), in leading Liverpool thoroughfare, profits weekly ;• offer invited; splendid tion; owner 156,

Echo office. m 22 OPPORTUNITY for English pork butcher.-494, Prescot rd., Old Swan, Shop and House; £2 per -month, clear rates; fixtures for sale; reason, able. m 22 UMALT, Genera!, doing v,cekl~; take £25 offer; Tuebrook district.-Y 134. Echo office. ml 9 Business, Liverpool; t
May 17, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
PAIACEj' ■ l Wednesday, may 26* Y I Water and an Electric Heater J| h w^en rec i ' and

PAIACEj' ■ l Wednesday, may 26* Y I Water and an Electric Heater J| h w^en rec i ' and

|| 7 I I j Tne public rooms, open to non-residents, are \ fIV the largest and most spacious in Europe, K'? and mark epoch in luxury combined "j" .gj.lj f' " Stei _ with economy. Wifi' > Grill Room. FisJl from !/0. Grill from j! U' I' 1/0. Entrees 1/3, and ' other dishes at equal
May 17, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE CHARGE for the insertion BIRTHS. MARRIAGES* and DEATHS is 2/- Per day *°\ 20 words, and every additional words

THE CHARGE for the insertion BIRTHS. MARRIAGES* and DEATHS is 2/- Per day *°\ 20 words, and every additional words

is extra. If not prepaid the Charge I/- extra. CONDOLENCE NOTICES will be charged 2/6 20 words. All announcement* must authenticated the name sod address the sender. BIRTHS. 15, 11. Carlin?ford«treet. te Mr. Mrs. (nee Berths Dank), mm (both well) JAMIESON —May 15. The Hermitage,
May 17, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
IN A CARRIAGE.

IN A CARRIAGE.

POLICE INQUIRY INTO A BARROW MYSTERY. A shocking discovery has been made at Barrow in one of the shede near the Central Station. A carriage cleaner named Thomas Brough, on opening a carriage door, found the body of a child. was in a very decomposed condition, and from all appear
May 5, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
"FUNERAL EXPENSES."

"FUNERAL EXPENSES."

In report County Court case Monday's " Echo." under the above headingin which Messrs. Daly and Company, Limited, funeral directors, were defendants, it should have been stated that it came out in evidence that £6 received by defendante excess of the funeral expenses nad been pai
May 5, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SURGICAL WONDER.

SURGICAL WONDER.

SPLINTER TAKEN FROM SOLDIER'S HEART. A Reuter's Paris message to-dav says an operation unique in the annals of surperv extraction of fragment of hand grenade from the heart—was described the Academr of Medicine by Professor Armaingaucl, of Bordeaux. The patient, young Parisian S
May 5, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England