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SKULL AND CROSS BONES

SKULL AND CROSS BONES

The coffin was closed and tied with red ribbons, secured bv eight seals affixed by the Chamberlain (Cardinal Pacelli), the Major-Domo, the Master of the Chamber, and the Archpriest. Then the coffin was placed in second one of lead, its cover engraved with cross, the triple crown
February 14, 1939 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
PERSONS WANTED

PERSONS WANTED

AINTREE. Bootle and Crosby.-Man wanted, residing in one of the above districts; good appearance and first-class character essential age 25-45, this is fine opportunity for a man who is not afraid of work, and willing to learn; salary and commission.- Apply on Wednesday morning,
February 14, 1939 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE LIVERPOOL ECHO, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1939

THE LIVERPOOL ECHO, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1939

February 14, 1939 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
emu iivme, dfr GENASPRIN

emu iivme, dfr GENASPRIN

emu iivme, GENASPRIN if<ru ONLY BY QUALIFIED CHEMISTS
February 14, 1939 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
WIDNES CONFIDENT

WIDNES CONFIDENT

The rousing victory over Leeds at Widnes on Saturday has raised high hopes of success when these teams meet again at Leeds on Saturday in the second round of the Cup. Already there are signs of big exodus from Widnes by road and rail, reminiscent of the Cup-ties which took them
February 14, 1939 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
CLUES

CLUES

ACROSS DOWN Laid ttie golden eggs. 1 Frozen water. What Jacob sent his 2 Range of mountains sons to buy in Scotland. Egypt. Means merely or 8 Misfortunes. barely.” 9 By one's self. 4 Wicked actions. 10 Girl's name. Large animals. 11 Some tops hum when 6 Employing. they this. 12
February 14, 1939 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MONDAY’S SOLUTION

MONDAY’S SOLUTION

ACROSS.—I. Jack: Jill; 6. Fad; 7. Budapest 9, Arm; 10. Ate: 11. Sky; 12. Eve: 14. Cat 15, To-morrow; 17. Ink; 19 Acre; 20. Hour. DOWN.—I. Jo: 2 Chum: 3. Jap: 4. Idea: 5. Late 6. Falkirk; 7. Bravo: 8. Straw; 12 Etna: 15. Emir 14, Como: 16. One: 18. Mr. LEMON PEAL HAS BRIGHT CHANC
February 14, 1939 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE LIVERPOOL ECHO, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 193')

THE LIVERPOOL ECHO, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 193')

February 14, 1939 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
STALLS OUTSIDE SHOPS

STALLS OUTSIDE SHOPS

(Continued from Page 7.) The police have visited one of the traders who has put his goods out, and told him that proceedings will be taken against him.
February 14, 1939 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
COMMONS REPLY

COMMONS REPLY

Satisfactory Progress Being Made Mr. David Adams asked in the Commons, to-day, if he would state the number of merchant ships which had had their decks stiffened to enable them to mount guns up to six-inch calibre, and whether reserves of guns and equipment in readiness in case
February 14, 1939 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England