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CUTICURA COMPLEXIONS

CUTICURA COMPLEXIONS

Arc Usually JTreafa and Sot* and Velvety. The Soap cleans*.: and purify. the Ointment to soothe and heal. Thus these emollients promote and mountain the natural parity and beauty the skin, scalp, hair, and hand** under conditions which if lected might disfigure th«rn Sample each
February 19, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Echoes of the Day.

Echoes of the Day.

GERMAN LANGUAGE ' AS AN ASSET. Reasons Why Britishers Should Learn It. The other day " Echo" called attention the fact that consequence erf the war there has been big drop in the number .Liverpool students learning the German language. Inquiries seemed to show that the decline w
February 19, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BY THE WAY.

BY THE WAY.

The Kaiser's Dogs Pomeranian Grenadiers. * * * There are three kinds mines: the German mine, the floating mine, and mine's a bitter. * * * The German people, while not taking to the. fish dirt, have been swallowing heap? of "cod"' lately. * * * "Germany," Genua! paper. 'etiii co
February 19, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
HUSTLED PARS.

HUSTLED PARS.

hem* from To-night's London Event*g Paper* Sent Oner oar Private To-day Birthday. Ir, will realised (e»y*> 'he ' ' G«efte") tin* Adelina tf JO-** onions «pon her soventy-thirJ W roformoe-boote Mad rsd this day in 1842. Her Co* debut wsa made m arly f when she ■was only eighteen.
February 19, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE WELSH GUARDS.

THE WELSH GUARDS.

TRANSFERS FROM OTHER CORPS. Sir Ivor Herbert, the House of Commons, yesterday, asked the Under Secretary of State for War whether volunteers for the Welsh j Guards will accepted and their transfer author? from the Royal Welsh Fusiliers, Welch Regiment, and South Wales Borderers,
February 19, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 

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ENGINEERS ON SERVICE

ENGINEERS ON SERVICE

LIVERPOOL SOCIETY'S NOTABLE BECORD. The Liverpool Engineering Society are able to show a notable record of members "who are serving 'with his Majesty's forces. Members.—Lieut. G. Kenyon Bell, Lancashire (Fortress]T Royal Engineers; Lieut.- Coionel F. W. Blood, Battalion Cheshire
February 19, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LIVERPOOL CARTERS' WAGES.

LIVERPOOL CARTERS' WAGES.

OFFER FROM THE EMPLOYERS. liver pool master carters yesterday received a deputation from the Carters' Union in regard the men's demand for an additional six shillings week in wages to balance the increased coot of living. offer made the masters will be considered at a mass meeti
February 19, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
TRAFFIC AS USUAL.

TRAFFIC AS USUAL.

TRAFFIC USUAL. SHIPOWNKKS AND SEAMEN Liverpool fl»slv refused to be disturbed yesterday by the thought that the blockade had oome into being. No placc had more reason to have misgivings aa to the prospect, there absence of commotion at the headquarters of the mercantile marine, i
February 19, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE OLDEST RESIDENT. DEATH OF A ST. HELENS NOTABLE. At the age of ninety-five, Mr. Francis Dixon-Nuttall, the oldest resident

THE OLDEST RESIDENT. DEATH OF A ST. HELENS NOTABLE. At the age of ninety-five, Mr. Francis Dixon-Nuttall, the oldest resident

THE OLDEST RESIDENT. DEATH OF A ST. HELENS NOTABLE. At the age of ninety-five, Mr. Francis Dbcon-Nuttall, the oldest resident of St Helens and district, died yesterday morning Nutgrove Hall. The deceased gentleman was born at B irnley. On leaving school lie apprenticed with his u
February 19, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Mad Dogs Europe.—lt the of every Briton to road the whole truth ahoutthe violation and desolation Belgium and France. Next

Mad Dogs Europe.—lt the of every Briton to road the whole truth ahoutthe violation and desolation Belgium and France. Next

Sunday incident? which have not been reported hitherto in the British Press will be described the "Umpire." Sunday's issue will also contain a great Talk the War Mr. R. L. Dixon, as well real Hvc storias j the victims of the great problems that have arisen recent weeks, many hom
February 19, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England