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A VERY INTERESTING I N L STORY, B. L. FAR J EON, Author of " Blade o' Grass," " Bread

A VERY INTERESTING I N L STORY, B. L. FAR J EON, Author of " Blade o' Grass," " Bread

and Cheese ana Kisses," IS NOW APPEARING THE LIVERPOOL WEEKLY POST. The Story began on October 2. MYEKS and COMPANY'S INT E OGRAMME. Forethought really the secret of success in the management of all businesses, and. acting upon this truism, MYEBS and COMPANY, cf Monumentplace, L
October 22, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LORD BEACONSFIELD'S HEALTH.

LORD BEACONSFIELD'S HEALTH.

The health of the Premier has greatly improved, and his lordship is longer confined to his room. is probable he will take carriage exercise today should the weather continue fine.
February 2, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
DEPUTATIONS TO LORD RAMSAY.

DEPUTATIONS TO LORD RAMSAY.

THE FOREIGN SUGAR BOUNTIES. This morning deputation representing workmen employed in sugar refining and other trades waited upon Lord at the Adelphi Hotel, with reference to the system of foreign sugar bounties. The deputation consisted of Mr. Eitzpatrick, secretary of the Shipp
February 2, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
_ Births, and _ BIRTHS. Clay—February 1, at 2G, Canning-street, tlie George Clay, daughter. January :!7, the wife Theodore Fern

_ Births, and _ BIRTHS. Clay—February 1, at 2G, Canning-street, tlie George Clay, daughter. January :!7, the wife Theodore Fern

Acre, Alderiev Edge, a daughter. Minoprio—January 31, at Grosvenor House, Park, the wife F. C. A. a son. Nicholson—January 2S, at near Chester, tin wife of Mr. T. C. Nicholson, of daughter. Tickle--January 29, at 112, Croppers-hill, St. lK'leu> the wife of William Tickle, of a s
February 2, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
pRINCE 1 WALES THEATRE. DAY PERFORMANCE THE GRAND PANTOMIME. CINDERELLA, WEDNESDAY NEXT, THE INST., At 1.30. Children Reduced Prices. PRINCE

pRINCE 1 WALES THEATRE. DAY PERFORMANCE THE GRAND PANTOMIME. CINDERELLA, WEDNESDAY NEXT, THE INST., At 1.30. Children Reduced Prices. PRINCE

WALES THEATRE? CLAYTON-SQUARE. LIVERPOOL. Sole Lessee and Manager....Mr. Frank J;ISUESSH' - i A SUCCESS NEVER BEFORE Cinderella! equalled. Overflowing Audiences At ... , At,7 Nightly, Every and Representation. Afternoons 1.30. Book Seats. FANTOMIME, CINDERELLA. Children at Reduc
February 2, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 

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IJOYAL ALEXANDRA THEATRE. ' ■JLw Sole Lessee—Mr. Edward Sakt.k. TO-NIGHT 7.30 AND FURTHER NOTICE, lORTY THIEVES, MAGNIFICENT DRESSES GRAND ™-

IJOYAL ALEXANDRA THEATRE. ' ■JLw Sole Lessee—Mr. Edward Sakt.k. TO-NIGHT 7.30 AND FURTHER NOTICE, lORTY THIEVES, MAGNIFICENT DRESSES GRAND ™-

GORGEOUS SOENRRY, BEAUTIFUL MUSIC, NEVER EXCKLLED.-vSS" I'™1'™ Co * ™ GRAND ILLUMINATED morning performances Every Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday Iwo o'clock, until Further Notice. Prices, 6(1 to 2s. Bos Office daily from Eleven till Four. ors l n Eve incs at bCTen "'dock: comm
February 2, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Miscellaneous to "bo Sold. FORFEITED. —Handsome Black Marble Timepiece, 20 inches long ami 12 high; a splendid timekeeper. Price £3

Miscellaneous to "bo Sold. FORFEITED. —Handsome Black Marble Timepiece, 20 inches long ami 12 high; a splendid timekeeper. Price £3

3s. Warranted.—John Gordon. 25, Wavextree-road. 12s 6d.—Lady's Gold Watch and Gold Guard, in perfect going order. Payments taken weekly. Also Silver Watch, good timekeeper ; 25s. —J. Coition. 25, Wavertree-road. —Lady's handsome Gold Watch. .Also Silver one for 15s. Both perfect
February 2, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
The general election and Hams ® easily settled if voters horns v> Htiwrt aadJßieser— rf

The general election and Hams ® easily settled if voters horns v> Htiwrt aadJßieser— rf

April 13, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
CHARGE OF MANSLAUGHTER AGAINST A STEPMOTHER.

CHARGE OF MANSLAUGHTER AGAINST A STEPMOTHER.

CHARGE MANSLAUGHTER AGAINST STEPMOTHER. THE PRISONER COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. At the First Police Court, to-day, before Messrs. T. Mills and T. Harrison, Catherine forty-four, was brought up on remand charged with having caused the death of her inairied stepdaughter, Margaret Edwards
April 13, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE MISSING TRAININGSHIP.

THE MISSING TRAININGSHIP.

IBV TELEGRAPH. The following memorandum has been issued by the Admiralty : On the 7th November, 187!>, tho Atalanta, sailing frigate training-ship for young seamen, proceeded on her third cruise instructions, and sailed from Portsmouth for the West Indies, with orders to return
April 13, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England