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FREE STATE & BLUESHIRTS

FREE STATE & BLUESHIRTS

WILL MR. DE VALERA ABOLISH SENATE? The Irish Free State Government is to-day considering the situation following the rejection of the Blueshirt Bill by the Senate lest night. Under the Constitution the bill will now be held up for about 18 months, unless an election should take
March 22, 1934 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Spring commencsd yesterday with charming weather an Merseyside, and the p.cturs shows a real spring scans taken among the crocuses at Wootton Woods.

Spring commencsd yesterday with charming weather an Merseyside, and the p.cturs shows a real spring scans taken among the crocuses at Wootton Woods.

have information as to where ahe got that. Mr. Youpg.—She got it from Mr. Fonts attache case. TIN rower.— ad the only person said to hays seen her get it was her mother, who was bedriddenr—Yss If shw took poison we want to know why, particularly if it were in a bag belonging to
March 22, 1934 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
TALKED ABOUT SUICIDE

TALKED ABOUT SUICIDE

The Coroner.—Where was Mr. Foot? —Hs was standing near the table. Did he ever talk about suicide ?—Yee. Sir Barnard dpilsbury said it was a clear ease of nicotine poisoning. The Coroner, after consulting a police piker, remarked that Mr. Foot might be leaving hospital to-morrow.
March 22, 1934 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
CONDOLENCE

CONDOLENCE

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March 22, 1934 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
STOCKS & BUSINESSES FOR SALE

STOCKS & BUSINESSES FOR SALE

MAU). MS.: tends 414. ptn , nunityj 3 beds genuine bonnie.. El) YEAT/I. Custer. (Want): splendid pesine. roust sell. vendor leaned district ; boar: 4100. J. T. MORSE. 63. Llne.:Altl) ALLASEY
May 2, 1934 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 

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March 22, 1934 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
From aC o pondsnt

From aC o pondsnt

From aC pondsnt When I saw an article in the Echo recently, headed " Amateur Players to Federate," I rubbed my eyes in amazement, and muttered to myself, " And not before it's time." As I read on I doubted, and when I had finished the article I realised that I was on the wrong ta
March 22, 1934 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
WINS f I I** *

WINS f I I** *

March 22, 1934 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BUSINESS IN DETAIL

BUSINESS IN DETAIL

Future! opened quiet 6teady 4 to 6 pointa Value 12.15 p.m.: March 6.13, April 6.12, M• 6.11, June 6.09, July 6.08, Aug. 6.07, Sept. 6.07. Oct. 6.06, Nov. March 6.06. Egyptian futures opened steady 5 to 6 poiVta lower. Value noon : March 8.49, April 8.43, May 8.43, June 8.40, Jul
March 22, 1934 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England