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The Soldier's Cross. The Rev. W. J. Kendle (rector of Woodsford, Dorset) relates the following true war story: —During a

The Soldier's Cross. The Rev. W. J. Kendle (rector of Woodsford, Dorset) relates the following true war story: —During a

boyonet charge in Flanders a British officer fell moTtally wounded. His soldier servatn found him lying alone and dying. The officer asked the soldier if thought he could say a prayer. ' That isn't my jine, sir," the man. Then, with happy inspiration, he said, "I have got a litt
July 2, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ALWAYS READY WITH A SMILE.

ALWAYS READY WITH A SMILE.

Private Wm. Mostyn, of the 2nd South Lancashire Regiment, who, prior to the war, was the employment of a local firm of provision merchants, was killed in action on June 15. He went through the Boer War, and afterwards saw 7 or years' service in India. He was 35 years of age, and
July 2, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
NOVELIST'S WILL.

NOVELIST'S WILL.

MISS BRAJDDON LEAVES £68,112. / The popular novelist, Mrs. M. E. Maxwell (Miss Braddon), of Richmond, Surrey, left £68,112. She left ail her books and MSS. (but not copyrights), her residence, Lichfield House, and her household and personal effects and consumable stores, her son
July 2, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
The " Call-to-Arms " Band will play a gramme of patriotic music at St. George's Hall, Liver pool, at 6.45

The " Call-to-Arms " Band will play a gramme of patriotic music at St. George's Hall, Liver pool, at 6.45

p.m. prompt to-morj[iow (Saturday). Bandsmen wanted (voluntary). Mr. James Farrell will ict.
July 2, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LIVERPOOL SHARES.

LIVERPOOL SHARES.

1.30 p.m. Business is still only slight, but in some sections there is a better tone prevalent. Home Railways are more inclined to firmness; Great Western 108|, Lancashire and Yorkshire 714 London and North-Western IQ5§, and Midland Def. 59i. Americans quiet; Erie 27, Southern P
July 2, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
AMERICA & THE ARMENIAN.

AMERICA & THE ARMENIAN.

WAS IT GERMANY'S ANSWER | TO THE STATES ? Washington message this afternoon the Government's position in regard to the loss of Americans the Armenian has not been determined, pending complete information. The tension was les»ened upon the receipt advices from Dr. Page that the A
July 2, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BUSINESSES & STOCKS TO BE SOLD. JgFECHAM AND (Tel 3401 Bank) Offer the following Genuine Businesses:— ' ONE 01 the

BUSINESSES & STOCKS TO BE SOLD. JgFECHAM AND (Tel 3401 Bank) Offer the following Genuine Businesses:— ' ONE 01 the

best bargains ever offered.-Genera) 1 Business showing £4 weekly profits; any in- ' vestigation; commodious premises easy rental; ' large stock included; must be sacrificed at once. ; NEWS, Stationery, and Tobacco; trade weekly; present hands 30 years. reasonable cifor refused.-
July 2, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
! BUCKLERS STORES '""" ' 1 ' llT ' fl'l BEGINS TO MORROW (SATURDAY) Each year this great Summer event

! BUCKLERS STORES '""" ' 1 ' llT ' fl'l BEGINS TO MORROW (SATURDAY) Each year this great Summer event

grows in importance, more people realize its money-saving opportunities. The crowds come to Blackler's Stores because they know that every purchase they make will be a real bargain—they know that. A SOVEREIGN SPENT AT BUCKLER'S SALE WILL COMMAND NEARLY TWO SOVEREIGNS WORTH OF GO
July 2, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BIRTHS. MI LLWARD*Ju

BIRTHS. MI LLWARD*Ju

BIRTHS. MI LLWARD—JuIy 2, 42, aud Mr*. P. Millward (nee M. Cumella) daugbt** (all well). N UTTaLL—JuIy 2. at 57. Rullerton-road. Wallasey, Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Nuttall (nee Lilian Bridge)* son. PRICK-CANNING—Ju.j 1, at 11, Chiswell-streefc, Liverpool, U> Sfr. and Mrs. F. Price-Cann
July 2, 1915 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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lON . fors ON or to Woo for to Wm **boot lIITIATOS Or Lr'IIIII OR. (own ITM In SCOT ass

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February 6, 1891 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England