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ALLEGED RUSSO-AFGHAN NEGOTIATIONS.

ALLEGED RUSSO-AFGHAN NEGOTIATIONS.

A Daily Chronicle Allahabad correspondent telegraphs a rumour that among the Russian papers found in Cabul is a detailed proposal made by Russia to the Ameer for a ioint invasiou of India. In the event of success, the Ameer was to retain the territory from down to Lahore.
February 13, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE GREEK FRONTIER QUESTION.

THE GREEK FRONTIER QUESTION.

Athens. Feu. 12.—1n to-day's sitting of the Chamber of Deputies, M. Delyannis, the Minister for Foreign Affairs, in reply to a question respecting the state of the negotiations with the Porte upon the subject of the new frontier, said that the negotiations Constantinople had fai
February 13, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE STATE OF IRELAND.

THE STATE OF IRELAND.

THE RELIEF FUNDS. The Duchess of Marlborough's Fund amounts now and the Dublin Mansion House Fund exceeds £'57,<>00. The committee of the Marlborough Fund have resolved to send £500 to the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Tuam and the Protestant bishop, for distribution. Ne.v York,
February 13, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Miscellaneous to Sold. "L^ORFEITED. —Very superior Evening •*- Dress Bait, finest broadcloth : equal new; coat U'-'SS !at ' n

Miscellaneous to Sold. "L^ORFEITED. —Very superior Evening •*- Dress Bait, finest broadcloth : equal new; coat U'-'SS !at ' n

'• Brest. bargain ; 455; cost guineas.— William 190, Brownlow-bill. ORFEITED.—Three magnificent Real ~ , Russian Sealskin Paletots, picked skin 3, with collar, 10, 14. and guineas: cost double. Fashionable lengths.—William Green, MO, Brownlow-hil). J FORFEITED. —Splendid Goose F
February 13, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Commercial Sals. _ '''o Butchers and Cattle Dealers. 0 '^ nel t' the 16th iiift, will offered for Sale Treaty,

Commercial Sals. _ '''o Butchers and Cattle Dealers. 0 '^ nel t' the 16th iiift, will offered for Sale Treaty,

at the Woodside Lairs, from Ten JTOwre a.ra., and at the Wallasey Lairs, from One to Four p.m„ pr AMERICAN BULLOCKS, , lots to suit purchasers. _ " ar es for Lairage and one week's keep (if required), be paid by the vendor. GEORGE RODDICK, Cattle Salesman, 7, Chapel-walks, Liver
February 13, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 

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Her Majesty has made a grant of all Indian trophies which are at Windsor and other places to the India

Her Majesty has made a grant of all Indian trophies which are at Windsor and other places to the India

Museum. Mr. It. Gardner, M.P. for Windsor, is confined to his residence, Cowley Manor, Gloucestershire, indisposition. He has paired for the Government during his absence. Chemists' Association" night the ninth general meeting for the present session of the above association was
February 13, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
GREAT COLLIERY FIRES.

GREAT COLLIERY FIRES.

SECOND EDITION Monday, 2.30 p.m. ONE THOUSAND MEN OUT OF WORK. (SFECIAL TELEGRAMS TO THE LIVERPOOL ECHO.] A great sensation has been caused by a serious fire which broke out at an early hour this morning in one of the pits High Blantyre, about nine miles from Glasgow. So far as
March 15, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
EASTER HOLIDAYS.

EASTER HOLIDAYS.

a> - er Holida ? B '*• to now actuallv & Easter has not yet arnrcd, the arr&ngments, for holidayhrinri&f e mfc0 full operation to-day along the , °A #hich now play so m rom the pleasure of recreation during temporary release Y6 * r fter y®* ®oie distant place. « Accessible as pl
March 25, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
A MAN KICKED TO DEATH AT BURNLEY.

A MAN KICKED TO DEATH AT BURNLEY.

MAN KICKED TO DEATH AT BURNLEY. Yesterday morning, the Burnley Police Court, Luke O'Dunnell and Patrick Dooley, two militiamen, were charged with causing the death of Patrick Herbert. Saturday night, about eleven O'clock, prisoners, it was alleged, were (seen kicking the deceased
March 25, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ECHOES FOR THE FIRESIDE

ECHOES FOR THE FIRESIDE

The Last Fee.—lt related by an eminent physician that a wealthy citizen, who bad the misfortune to require hi* visit#, was in the custom of having the gold always ready his hand electrify the doctor when felt his pulse. One day it happened, on the doctor's making his stated call
March 25, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England