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April 29, 1952 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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Ltd. Wardsle Southport Phone _g_LORIA 1r) Saloon; good car . , c233.-Zukenhead '2671 i•us n es% hours). 1938. 10 114

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April 29, 1952 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
"Nannie" Sent For Trial On Child Murder Charge

"Nannie" Sent For Trial On Child Murder Charge

DOCTOR ON DRINK CHARGE Alleged Blow At Constable SENT FOR TRIAL Wrote Bogus Police Notes Intercepted Letters To Lodger's Wife How a 11-years-old girl intercepted money entrusted to her for posting to Ireland, and concocted two letters alleged to be written by Liverpool police of
April 29, 1952 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Town Hall News And Gossip

Town Hall News And Gossip

April 29, 1952 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Hours—And The £ s. d.

Hours—And The £ s. d.

IN October lost year the average comings of all workers in the wide range of industries covered by the Ministry of Labour's twice-yearly inquiry was £7 Is Id a week; the overage for men was £8 6s a week. Six months earlier the average for all workers was L 6 125 and for men £8 O
April 29, 1952 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Ames Twlesiawaver "Porpoises are asserts a naturalist. Doubtms due to their being in schools so often. gled Brown (impressively).—And let

Ames Twlesiawaver "Porpoises are asserts a naturalist. Doubtms due to their being in schools so often. gled Brown (impressively).—And let

me tell you this. old man. Nobody tries to prevent me saYinli exactlY what I please in my own home. Smith—No one oays any attention to me either. * * Penelope Says When brooms are on their last legit. bunt the remainsee bristles. and pad uv wood with old flannel. or felt. The br
April 29, 1952 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
" NOUSE IN ORDER"

" NOUSE IN ORDER"

A Club Not To Be Struck Off Columba (K. S.C.) Club. 33 Hatton Garden, Liverpool. is not to be struck off the register. When summonses arising out of Incidents at the club were before Mr. Arthur McFarland (Liverpool Stipendiary Magistrate) on January 29 he adjourned for three mon
April 29, 1952 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
PUBLIC NOT/CU

PUBLIC NOT/CU

LEAGUE OF WELLDOERS 'lnc. ANNUAL I Estab. 18931 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING well be bald in the LIVERPOOL TOWN HALL. on FRIDAY. MAY 2. L I VE at 'AI THE LARD aIAYtHt OP ERPOOL 'Alderman Vero Cotton) gall preside. Prlncloal_tßpeateri PRZDA. VISODCNTEBB LIVERHULADI C. C. MARTIN. Saw 'C
April 30, 1952 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
By ERIC DOW

By ERIC DOW

—but not so much as you might think. Among 2.160 boys who left secondary modern and grammar schools in Liverpool last summer. no fewer than 567 elected for engineering. 290 for Indlding. 136 for furniture. and 189 for clerical work. To the clerical total should be added another
April 30, 1952 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SLUSH AT SPIKE

SLUSH AT SPIKE

Opposing a decision to postpone reconstruction of !late Road. Speke. Councillor A. Hardman said that in Speke people were becoming used to walking through mud and slush. He referred to the barren wastes of the town centre and the difficulties of children going to and from school
April 30, 1952 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England