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EXTRAORDINARY CHARGE OF ROBBERY.

EXTRAORDINARY CHARGE OF ROBBERY.

At the Police Court, this morning, before Mr. Baffles, William Lewis, a young man, was brought up by warrant, on a charge of having stolen a gold watch, three gold chains, and four gold rings, value -48, the property of Mr. Kobert Patterson,jeweller, !«, Walton-road.—Mr. E. H. l
April 26, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
A PERSEVERING INTERVIEWER.

A PERSEVERING INTERVIEWER.

is reported that during the Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich's sojourn in New York" he became the object of urgeut and unremitting attentions on the part of countless newspaper reporters, who were never weary of "interviewing" him his hotel, and at last actually endeavoured to ob
April 26, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
.. America. LINE. _ TICK. ltii the view of diminishing the collision, the niers t '^ us Qe take a

.. America. LINE. _ TICK. ltii the view of diminishing the collision, the niers t '^ us Qe take a

specified course tor ail seasons the year. the outward passage from to New York boston, crossing meridian lat., or nothing north of 43. the homeward passage, crossing t'ue meridian 50 i" or to the north of 4". k BKITISHand NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL AIL STEAMERS. Sailing from Liveriio
July 5, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
-1) AY' S WEAI H R FORECASTS. London, Monday.—The »te ' Office weather forecasts, is?ned» ( noon, to-dav, referring to

-1) AY' S WEAI H R FORECASTS. London, Monday.—The »te ' Office weather forecasts, is?ned» ( noon, to-dav, referring to

the weather o£ eiii>uins hours districts. f'oreca-ts. ) shifting from Northward 0. Sot !«' Souths lair wards dull and wet. } North-Westerly to '' 1. Scotland. E ' :. ; ouih-W ester! y winds. 2. England, N.E. .. line unsettled, «•<"'» ' i!»v wv.viu. , ... 'orthe.'ly Westcrlv- _ «
July 5, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
DEATH-BED CONFESSION.

DEATH-BED CONFESSION.

PRIEST -UCRDEREK. A chuich organist Aratoif, near Kietf, lately -onfesaed on his death-bed to the murder twenty years ago a farmer. committed the crime ith the priest's pistol, which he stoic, and then placed tho sacristy, confessed the priest, to preclude the latter i'roui givi
March 1, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 

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EDUCATION AND BAD MANNERS IN BIRKENHEAD.

EDUCATION AND BAD MANNERS IN BIRKENHEAD.

EDUCATION AND BAD MANNERS BIRKENHEAD. 'IHE EDITOR THE LIVERPOOL ECHO, bin,—Anions Joiir Kchoes of tho Day" in last evening's issue observe some remarks upon the address of Mr. Kynnersley, her Majesty's Inspector of Schools, to the teachers of the Lirke'micad district. The part of
March 1, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
CHESHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS.

CHESHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS.

These sessions commenced yesterday at Chester Castle, before Mr. H. Lloyd, deputy-chairman, and full bench of magistrates. general couiity rate of three farthings in the pound and general police rate of one farthing in the pound were passed. The Chief Constable's report of the s
January 6, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Than v a l. The following interesting letter, addressed to the firm of James and Co.. has just come hand

Than v a l. The following interesting letter, addressed to the firm of James and Co.. has just come hand

"Gentlemen,—Five ytara and a naif ago I bought Cape Town case your Cocoa, and started with family fortius country. During fire months' travelling we experienced scorching heat, biting cold, floods rains, and frightful droughts; fact, we wed ail poifible atmosphcrio changes. Almo
March 1, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
IRISH DEMONSTRATION IN BIRKENHEAD.

IRISH DEMONSTRATION IN BIRKENHEAD.

learn that the Queen's Hall is tbe place selected for the demonstrate on on Monday evening to welcome Mr. Parnell, M.P. At a meeting of Irishmen, held the C raven-rooms, last evening, Mr. Edmund Comber presiding, it was resolved, "That the proceeds be devoted to the defence of t
November 28, 1879 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LORD DERBY AND THE LIBERALS.

LORD DERBY AND THE LIBERALS.

The Central News is authorised to say that the report stating that the Karl of Derby had addressed a lengthy epistle to a near relative, giving his reasons, not only for resigning his position the Conservative Government, but for abandoning the Conservative party, and throwing h
November 28, 1879 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England