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PANAMA SPY TRIAL

PANAMA SPY TRIAL

—♦ A GERMAN FOUND GUILTY Panama, Thursday.—Ernst Robert Kuhrig, aged 26, one of four Germans on trial here on charges of espionage, was found guilty to-day after the jury had deliberated for seven hours. The jury was dismissed for the night late yesterday, and announced their ve
January 13, 1939 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LIVERPOOL DAILY POST. FRIDAY. JANUARY 13, 1939

LIVERPOOL DAILY POST. FRIDAY. JANUARY 13, 1939

IS INTELLIGENCE ON THE DECLINE? EXPERT BLAMES PRESENT CONDITIONS “HIGHER STANDARD TOWN CHILDREN The Duke of Kent, opening the conference of the National Council for Mental Hygiene at Westminster, yesterday, said it was not only the aim of the council to prevent mental illness, b
January 13, 1939 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SUITCASE

SUITCASE

A railway guard. Walter Paton Forrester, aged 45, of Curock Bank Road. Carlisle, found guilty Preston Quarter Sessions yesterday, of stealing two £1 notes and two cigarettes from a suitcase while in transit by rail, was sentenced to nine months’ imprisonment in the second divisi
January 13, 1939 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
WHAT STATISTICS PROVE

WHAT STATISTICS PROVE

This is one of the most important reforms ever introduced into Parliament,” was the description given of the Criminal Justice Bill by Judge Sir Thomas Artemus Jones, when presiding yesterday at the Caernarvonshire Quarter Sessions. It was an attempt, he observed, to administer o
January 13, 1939 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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||i| Kli ?V:.; |xv »'<: i . ' w •:*: •;-■■<>• mm i THE NATIONAL MEMORIAL King George V. A the memorial, designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, and ) by the King and Queen. It is to be set up on a site Westminster Abbey and the Houses of Parliament* . SS»" Thornton Hough, which was
January 13, 1939 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
PROBABLE STARTERS AND JOCKEYS

PROBABLE STARTERS AND JOCKEYS

100 King’s Gap ... 000 Bongo 11... J Fawcus 211 Jack W Bartlam 000 Kao Sahib, 405 The Bore.T Carey Groombridge Oil The Blue Boy. 034 Cultured Pearl. Mr J Hartigan or T F Rimell Ingham 003 Achill H Jones Straw Boss. 321 Sandwich. K Burford J Hickey 000 King Carnation. 000 Toy Art
January 13, 1939 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BIBBY LINE

BIBBY LINE

Worcestershire, for Rangoon, left Colombo Jan. 11 Cheshire, for Rangoon, left Port Said Jan. Shropshire, for laindoh, left Plymouth Jan. IA. Oxfordshire, for London, left Rangoon Jan. 12. BOOTH LINE Crispin, for New York, left Para Jan. 10. Boniface, for Hull, left London Jan. 1
January 13, 1939 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
CLAN LINE

CLAN LINE

Clan Macdougall, for Liverpool and Glasgow, at London Jau. 11. „ , , ~ Clan Mactaggart. for Chittagong, at Calcutta Jan. 11. Clan Forbes, lot Beira, passed Cape of Good Hope Jan. 12. Clan Maciver for London and Liverpool, at Taraatave Jau. 10. Clan Macarthur. for United Kingdom
January 13, 1939 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
TRAFFIC RECEIPTS

TRAFFIC RECEIPTS

Traffic receipts for the week to date named, or other periods where stated;— Canadian P. —Jan. 7. $2.807.257; inc. $87,496. B.A. Great Southern.—Jan. 7. £151,303: dec. £34.925. B.A. Western.—Jan. 7. £40.655: dec. £2.047. Mexican Rlyf—Jan. 7, $245,800: inc. $31,700. Paraguay Cen.
January 13, 1939 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
AOSTA’S REFUSAL TO SURRENDER REPLY TO GE

AOSTA’S REFUSAL TO SURRENDER REPLY TO GE

The Duke Aosta, Viceroy and Commander -in - Chief in Abyssinia, has rejected a demand stated to have been made by General Cunningham that the Italians should lay down their arms, says the Italian Official News Agency. He has assured tire Duce that the struggle will be continued
April 22, 1941 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England