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BIiRMTON) APRIL 4.

BIiRMTON) APRIL 4.

The l'aiNceneoaNT is 'expected to remain here Wedoesday, iatli •of this tumuli. The ceichrition of the his ness appointed for the 2.3t1 it ia ':i'l►til(t u splendid Drawirig•room at the Queen's Palace,- and not at C:.-tikon4ionse, Hb was.reportet . The company at the Pavilion ,c
April 5, 1817 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
sealslcin making

sealslcin making

July 28, 1877 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
END OF TIIE LANCASHIRE COLLIERS' STRIKE.

END OF TIIE LANCASHIRE COLLIERS' STRIKE.

END OF LANCASHIRE COLLIERS' STRIKE. On Monday the greater portion of th 9, colliers in West Lancashire, who have been on strike for six weeks, commenced work at the reduction 4,10 per cent in wages, and the remainder, it is b&ieved, will start to-day. The Union is calling in the
July 28, 1877 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
S akrinrrpnAv_ .ITTLY qs, 1877. , Arun in A

S akrinrrpnAv_ .ITTLY qs, 1877. , Arun in A

July 28, 1877 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MR. CAINE AND THE LICENSING QUESTION.

MR. CAINE AND THE LICENSING QUESTION.

Mr. W. S. Caine has written a long letter to the Dukeof Westminsterin vindication of the evidence he gave before the Lords'-Committee on Intemperance, and in answer to the letter of protest which ten of the borough justices addressed to the same nobleman against the witness's un
July 28, 1877 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
TERRIBLE STRUGGLE IN A RAILWAY TRAIN.

TERRIBLE STRUGGLE IN A RAILWAY TRAIN.

A terrible scene occurred in ono of the carriages of I the up Scotch expvess. on the Midland Railway, on Monday, just before the arrival of the train at Bed' foid station, which it is timed to reach at 641 a.m. A pauper lunatic named Richard Dpnnelly, about 5 ft. 6 in. in height
July 28, 1877 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
CONFESSION OF MURDER.

CONFESSION OF MURDER.

(LT TELEGB.A.PII:) At the Marlborough-street Police Court, yesterday, Joseph Sullivan was charged on his awn confession with murder. His statement, as taken down by the police, was as follows :—" I wish to give myself up for murdering Mary Sullivan, at the Mitre Bridge, at the e
July 28, 1877 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. LOLL.

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. LOLL.

"Mr. Cross has been compelled by Irish obstructives to abandon his bill upon factories and workshops for the present session." So writes Sir P. de M. Grey-Egerton, M.P., in a letter to the Birkenhead Trades' Council, and Mr. David Maclver, M.P., writes to a like effect with rega
July 28, 1877 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
AN ACCOMPLISHED SWINDLER.

AN ACCOMPLISHED SWINDLER.

One of the most accomplished swindlers of the day is at present plying his avocation with great success in the neighbourhood of Barnsley and in South Lancashire. His mode of action, which scarcely ever fails, has caused the greatest annoyance and inconvenience to manufacturers a
July 28, 1877 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
1877. HATTERS. —1877. FNATLKINSON would draw atten_l2 • tion to the New in Black, Brown, and the New BeaTer Colour

1877. HATTERS. —1877. FNATLKINSON would draw atten_l2 • tion to the New in Black, Brown, and the New BeaTer Colour

ls HATS for and Summer wear. Also, an entire new Stock of DEP:SS RATS of the finest qualities and most recent styles for the coming season. WILKINSON, GENTLEMAN'S HATTER, , 13, LORD-STREET.
July 28, 1877 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England