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LIVERPOOL WEEKLY TEA REPORT.

LIVERPOOL WEEKLY TEA REPORT.

Messrs. Summerfield and Co. report that the market steady. Indian—32.6oo packages catalogued. The demand proved equal to the supply and good average price was maintained. Good quality tea gold well, but poor class tea was easier. Mannings were in good request. Ceylon 33.100 pack
September 4, 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Carriages, THE CHARGE tor the Insertion BIRTHS MARRIAGES, and DEATHS k 2J- per day foi 20 words, and additional words

Carriages, THE CHARGE tor the Insertion BIRTHS MARRIAGES, and DEATHS k 2J- per day foi 20 words, and additional words

extra. prepaid the Charge 1/- extra. CONDOLENCE NOTICES will be chained 2 6 20 words. All annoo&cements must be authenticated by the name and address the sender. . BIRTHS. 2, and Mrs. Percy G. 33, Kin3*way Wallasey, a daughter. FRANClS—September 3, and Mr*,. E. Francis, Sunnysid
September 4, 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
1280 Pairs Real Witney Blankets for Double Beds. Soft warm and If* pair. durable. With Blue Borders. Worth 14/6 At

1280 Pairs Real Witney Blankets for Double Beds. Soft warm and If* pair. durable. With Blue Borders. Worth 14/6 At

Wm. Henderson & Sons' Church Street, Liverpool, Autumn Sale Monday.
September 4, 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SEASIDE, COUNTRY, & FURNISHED TO BE LET. Small near Prom.; terms mod -Wifliains, 19, Balmoral erov». 218557 Fum-shcd House; bedrooms

SEASIDE, COUNTRY, & FURNISHED TO BE LET. Small near Prom.; terms mod -Wifliains, 19, Balmoral erov». 218557 Fum-shcd House; bedrooms

4 beds), j bath, &<■.: my term; low rent for winter.- L. Maw a. West Kirby. 64675* fflfiegjeSEE FURNISHED HOUSES TO LET. mouths.-Moot 3t>, rt. in winter venue. 557 gViTinM^MT 32«SSi
September 4, 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. TRADE ANNOUNCEMENTS. GRAM OP handsome hornless, £10 16/-; cabinet model, inlaid Sheraton, height 4ft., record cupboard, conrpletely

MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. TRADE ANNOUNCEMENTS. GRAM OP handsome hornless, £10 16/-; cabinet model, inlaid Sheraton, height 4ft., record cupboard, conrpletely

enclosed wheels; purchased Christmas, iv.t'i records. £4 17/6; approval willingly.-14, Blioheim-rd., Seftor Park. . "|\yfTXJfER'S Safes (200), burglar and fire proof safes ! JJX (20in. to 72in. high); must clear.-24, Whitocbape.l 1 •••'" __1 _ . 2C599d OFFICE Furniture.-Roll-top
September 4, 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. ANNOUNCEMENTS. 20 WORDS. ...On® Day. 1/-; rhr«>, 3/-; Six. C/.. A TO 15 Tons Old Firewood, Seafield

MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. ANNOUNCEMENTS. 20 WORDS. ...On® Day. 1/-; rhr«>, 3/-; Six. C/.. A TO 15 Tons Old Firewood, Seafield

House, Sea-IV/ foi-th.-Offers to Hall's, 60. Christian-st. GINGER'S Sewing Machine (Tailor's);"perfect work- O ng or.lor; "a?) -93. Heyworth-st 4 GOOD Dripping, suitable for chip"shops, 3».<,<rper lb.-M 98. Kcho office, Walton. 5 for SaJo or Hire. Suite'for Weddings, Funefiil'',
September 4, 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
George Martin Salthouse and Anthony Palmer'a, who ran away from a boys' home at Birkenhead last" Friday, were remanded by

George Martin Salthouse and Anthony Palmer'a, who ran away from a boys' home at Birkenhead last" Friday, were remanded by

the Blackpool magistrates to-day on a charge of stealing a boy's overcoat.
November 21, 1917 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BORN IN US.

BORN IN US.

GAMBLING PART OF OUR NATURE, SAYS MAYOR. The Mayer of South port {Councillor Hampton),. at- the prize distribution connection with the Southport Bowling League, remarked that people said they must not gamble. It was born in us; was part our , nature. Tho only objection had gambl
November 21, 1917 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE WARNING.

THE WARNING.

Addressing the United States Mission, Mr. Lloyd George announced that the most drastic food restrictions are about to be imposed the British Isles to assist the Allies and save ship-, ping space for men and munitions. Lord Rhondda announced the Lords that be -has submitted the W
November 21, 1917 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MASKED MEN.

MASKED MEN.

REVELATIONS IN LONDON ROBBERY CASES. EXPLOSIVES STORE. WHAT WAS FOUND A CHISWICK extraordinary story was told to-day,, when three men, described as photographers, and the wife of one them, were charged Highgate with breaking into lour houses at Eod. Two of the men were arrested
November 21, 1917 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England