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JAMES HUGHES.I943 LTD COUNTY ROAD WALTON IT'S A SINGLE ARTICLE

JAMES HUGHES.I943 LTD COUNTY ROAD WALTON IT'S A SINGLE ARTICLE

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July 16, 1958 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
FEISAL—As I

FEISAL—As I

Remember Him KING FEISAL II of Iraq hod been no stranger to revolts. ily often seen him with his uncle. Prince Abdul 11lah, a regular patron. I '.IIITER But I have one last personal memory. At the wedding of Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip 1 sat just behind him. As soon as
July 16, 1958 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
FO6l 6tedietil

FO6l 6tedietil

'DORCAS' FURNISHING !BROCADE Two attractive deviant in Chere. Green or Be..che edins. Yd. 5/11
July 16, 1958 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
DEBTOR REBUKED

DEBTOR REBUKED

Birkenhead Bankruptcy Court Hearing " The debtor does not seem to realise that this is a court of law. I have been very unfavourably impressed by his demeanour ever since he entered the witness-box." commented Mr. T. J. Benjamin. Deputy Registrar. at Birkenhead Bankruptcy Court.
July 16, 1958 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Tint's because Nimble is much lighter in weight. Slice for slice, Nimble contains far fewer calories than ordinary bread. As

Tint's because Nimble is much lighter in weight. Slice for slice, Nimble contains far fewer calories than ordinary bread. As

you know, eating fewer calories helps to prevent you putting on weight. So if your figure is important to you, change to Nimble. And Nimble is wonderfully digestible because of its better, more open texture. Nimble never gives you that "too-full" feeling. It's delicious toasted,
July 16, 1958 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
UGLY MOOD

UGLY MOOD

Chapman wu obviously the ringleader. The men surrounded a parked car and Chapman tried to drag out the driver. hitting him in the mouth. The mood of the crowd was vevr ugly indeed." said Mr. Holdcroft. The soldiers were rounded up and taken back to camp. Chapman was fined a tota
November 7, 1958 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
was my venues, and both Louis and Alec went far out of their way to ensure the ~ urceiss of

was my venues, and both Louis and Alec went far out of their way to ensure the ~ urceiss of

my shows there Between times. ever the post-war years, the pair of them built Yeovil Town into a " snock " team tared far and wide as Cup helm. Thy. success of Alec as man. gcr led to him moving first to Leyton Orient. then AUNT CARRIE SIR This WSW Is In the form of an anagram.
November 7, 1958 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
250 £3M. N, /4AT•' •T SAMOA

250 £3M. N, /4AT•' •T SAMOA

250 £3M. /4AT•' •T SAMOA Sime I SANK w. cI 7 "HH D. IA Deana s..LsM•wr 'lira li awn Mni V Ure_y TIM air A Hs: TIMKRTI'S THRIFT Capt. D J Lor FROI.ONPTS KH•MIOAK Mrs P Hubertsoo.lllamlis MY TIMPS Mos Li 0000 0 0 FALLS CNUACNAN I 10routen) Masi 1 (Outten) 10 .... trap) 10 ("IMMO_ U
November 7, 1958 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LIGHTING & HEATING

LIGHTING & HEATING

ELECTRIC BLANKETS. Warm glow. 50 x 213 - In peach and ivory. Each at 37/6 ELECTRIC FIRES. Single bar highly polished reflectors. Each at 23/6 STERLING LAMP SHADES. Pleated contemporary design. 12ins. Perforated. 10/9 FAMOUS VALOR CON- VECTORS. Oil heaters. Complete with 1-gallon
November 7, 1958 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
FORFAR & ROGERSON

FORFAR & ROGERSON

CROWN WALLPAPER GALLERIES 78 Bold Street & 24 Dale Street 67/69 ROBSON STREET, 57 BROADWAY, 262 WEST DERBY ROAD, 273 KENSINGTON, 19 TOWNSEND LANE, 108 & 444 NEW CHESTER ROAD.
November 7, 1958 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England