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THIS DAY'S POLICE NEWS.

THIS DAY'S POLICE NEWS.

LIVERPOOL. Mr. H. Mansfield, Deputy Stipendiary.) Dangekous Exekcise Limekiln-lane. —An old man named Timothy Cohen and young woman named Margaret O. Hannah were charged with being drunk and assaulting Police-constables 427 and 959, in Limekiln-lane, last night. The evidence of
August 17, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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It stated that the Crown property ia much underrated in Dean Forest. The guardians are seeking to alter this. It seems from despatches received in London that the disease known tbe Siberian plague i 3 raging very extensively amongst cattle in the .Russian provinces. The Rev. Alb
August 17, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
WARRINGTON POLICE COURT

WARRINGTON POLICE COURT

The Dispute thk Glass Tradf,—At Warring ton Police Court, this morning, before Alderman Davies and Mr. J. White, Forbes, William Gleave, Thomas Swift, Daniel Hyam, and George Phillips, apprentices in the employ of Messrs. Cartwright and Sons, giaamakers, were brought again for h
August 17, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
COLLISION OFF MALAGA.

COLLISION OFF MALAGA.

Gibraltar, Aug. 1. The British steamer Rarter, from Yokohama for New York, collided this morning, Malaga, with the Italian barque i'dani, from Goree for Marseilles. The latter vessel foundered, but the crew were saved. The frigate from Cronstadt, left to-day, going eastwards. Th
August 2, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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'. Llunt, formerly of the uards, but been appointed l.hief Civil l it,f.:i i,f Seychelles. , ' l!e "ukf -lortolk, iiereditarj* Fail Marshal, has nominated Air. Tucker, tiouge t'nix l'ur- ' t r '- Av-i, to the s'atent < of Somerset ! ,er "' ; l!I .-o io.-g held by the late Mr. j
August 2, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
coire -pomtcnt Alexandria there every prospect ait excellent tin* to . an orf of the House Lords tine • <

coire -pomtcnt Alexandria there every prospect ait excellent tin* to . an orf of the House Lords tine • <

' urin the (juarter ended the of ' )tj we,e evicted in Ireland for t&e f«.. 6G Were K.eiry, in Donegal, ""common, and iu iiayo, ,
August 2, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MR. PLIMSOLL FOR LIVERPOOL.

MR. PLIMSOLL FOR LIVERPOOL.

e are glad to be able to announce that Mr. Plimsoll will contest Liverpool in the Liberal interest. Mr. Holt and Mr. Oulton, representing the Liberal Association, were in Loudon on Saturday and had an interview witii Mr. Plimsoll eleven o'clock that morning. That interview, we a
August 2, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
"The Dome" differs from the ordinary kinds of Black lead from the fact its adhering at once to the stove

"The Dome" differs from the ordinary kinds of Black lead from the fact its adhering at once to the stove

, grate, thereby avoiding injury furniture from dust. "Bronze, silver, and international medals awarded ' for excellence quality and cleanliness use." Sold by grocers and boxes. mw
August 2, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
to Sold. Richard henry reed, PAWNBROKER AND SILVERSMITH, LOW-HILL. Post Office Orders payable at Ire-place. Weekly or monthly payments taken

to Sold. Richard henry reed, PAWNBROKER AND SILVERSMITH, LOW-HILL. Post Office Orders payable at Ire-place. Weekly or monthly payments taken

for any article purchased, and delivered tree charge to any part. ORFElTEdT—Excellent Feather Bed, Bolster, and two Pillows, clean bordered linen tick, extra size. and warranted Quite clean only lid. Weekly payments.— Iteed's. _____ EXTRA large size Feather Bed, Bolster, and two
August 2, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
GLASGOW UNIVERSITY AND MR. RUSKIN.

GLASGOW UNIVERSITY AND MR. RUSKIN.

Mr. Young, secretary theStudents'lndependi ent Club, denies that there is the slightest founda| tion the report that Mr. Henry Irving had been j invited to become a candidate for the Lord Rectorship of Glasgow University, and adds that the club remains loyal to Mr.
October 18, 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England