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LUCKY HOUSEKEEPER.

LUCKY HOUSEKEEPER.

LEGACY OF HOUSES, HORSES, CARRIAGES, MOTORS, Ac. Mr. J. Bennett, of Sutton, Surrey, left £37,684. He left six houses and all his householdfurniture and effects, horses, carriages, and motor-cars, to his housekeeper. Carpenter Birkenhead, £2,589. J' Webster, Wallasey, £2,145. (pf
July 2, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
OSWESTRY "EX-MAYOft'S SUBDEN DEATH. The death took place suddenly to-day at his residence at Pant, of Mr. David Samuel, retired

OSWESTRY "EX-MAYOft'S SUBDEN DEATH. The death took place suddenly to-day at his residence at Pant, of Mr. David Samuel, retired

builder, a member of the Oswestry Council, and a former mayor of the bAugb. Councillor Samuel one time served in the Arxrv, and saw service in India. retiring from business four years ago he removed rw>t.
July 2, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
VIGOROUS ATTACK,

VIGOROUS ATTACK,

COMPLETE ISOLATION OF TRIESTE. A Press Association telegram from Zurich, dated yesterday say?: Despatches of the Viennese journals indicate that tbe Italian action becoming much more vigorous their bombardment of the Cornea Plateau being described unprecedented in 23rd the Itaha
July 2, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
A "DAILY POST" AND "ECHO" PRESENTATION.

A "DAILY POST" AND "ECHO" PRESENTATION.

The branch office managers of the ''Daily Post" and " Echo)" met yesterday the head office, Liverpool, for the purpose of adding their tribute Mr. Charles Lyon, chief publisher these journals, on the occasion his sliver wedding. Mr. R._ D. Roberts, of Wigan, presided, and, in as
July 2, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
AMERICAN COMMERCIAL HOLIDAYS

AMERICAN COMMERCIAL HOLIDAYS

The York Cotton Exchange will closed Saturday and Monday, the 3rd and sth July, the 4th July being Independence Day. _____
July 2, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
UNDERGROUNDS AIR FIGHTING.

UNDERGROUNDS AIR FIGHTING.

INTERESTING DESPATCH FROM "EYE-WITNESS." AMUSING LETTER. " NEWS " FROM THE GERMAN TRENCHES, The following despatch from " Eye-witness" with the British troops, dated June 28, was lasued the Press Bureau to-day: The lull in the fighting has continued, though the enemy is very bus
July 2, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
UNITED ALKALI COMPANY'S OFFER.

UNITED ALKALI COMPANY'S OFFER.

The United Alkali Company have formulated scheme which their workmen may purchase one more £5 war loan bonds and draw the accruing interest. The company advance the money forthwith, and the workmen authorise a deduction of two shillings a week from their wages until the bond is
July 2, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MORE FIGHTING IN GALLIPOLI.

MORE FIGHTING IN GALLIPOLI.

REPORTED BOMBARDMENT EIGHT WARSHIPS. uPTSIVSiSTIC i^EVVS. THE CAPTURE REPORTED, A Central News Athens telegram despatched last night says:— Messages from state that sinco the recent advance the French have beep tusy consolidating their positions, and have captured several more t
July 2, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
FOOTBALL LOSSES.

FOOTBALL LOSSES.

BABNSLEY HEAVILY DOWN THE SEASON. The annual balance-sheet of the Barnslej Football Club shows a loss 011 the past year of £2,399, compared with a profit of £938 the previous year. The directors do not recommend any dividend this year.
July 2, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
HIS DILEMMA.

HIS DILEMMA.

BOOTLE SEAMAN IN TROUBLE i.\ LONDON. Sidney Douglas (37), a seaman, Churchview, Bootie, was charged at Towor Bridge Police Court, London, to-day, with being drunk and disorderly at imondsey. He was found quarrelling with a hairdresser, whose shop lie had had hair-cut and shave,
July 2, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England