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ENEMY LOSSES

ENEMY LOSSES

Although the enemy later recovered the lost ground between Solium and Benghazi, they could not recover the'ir lost equipment. In the first advance to Benghazi we find 1,100 aircraft destroyed on enemy aerodromes, large numbers of ships destroyed in harbour, and great stocks of p
January 15, 1942 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BOYS’ AMAZING RECORD

BOYS’ AMAZING RECORD

Admit Over 300 Offences What was described as an ‘‘amazing record of crime” was heard to-day at Liverpool Juvenile Court, when two boys, aged 15 and 16 years, were charged with four offences of stealing from motor-cars and shopbreaking, the total value of the goods' taken . bein
January 15, 1942 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
TRANSPORT POST

TRANSPORT POST

The Transport Committee of the Birkenhead Town Council last niftht decided to recommend the appointment of Mr. G. A. Cherry, engineer and manager of the Rochdale Corporation Transport Department. as Reneral nanaprer of the '■irkenhead Cor•oration’s transmrt system at a alary of
January 15, 1942 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE NAZI VERSION

THE NAZI VERSION

To-day s German communique said: Near Feodosia and on the Kerch peninsula (Crimea) the Luftwaffe effectively attacked enemy troops concentrations, A.A, positions, and aerodromes. the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov three enemy merchant ships were damaged by bomb hits. In the area
January 15, 1942 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
B CHARLES. LTO., Financiers. VI LORD • ST.. LIVERPOOL <Tel.: Advance 1607). d 29587 Bedford private loan go. ltd.. RIGBY'S

B CHARLES. LTO., Financiers. VI LORD • ST.. LIVERPOOL <Tel.: Advance 1607). d 29587 Bedford private loan go. ltd.. RIGBY'S

BDGS . DALE ST., L'pool 2. 1 6J12182 REYNOLDS &. CO. (Tarpaulins). LTD., HARRISON DRIVE. WALLASEY. Works and Office: Telephone Wallasey 3469. Evenings: Phone Mountwood 1194. 1th17669
January 15, 1942 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
PHARLES gTEPEEKS, 44, CONWAY-ST. PRINCIPAL BIRKENHEAD mast**- 353. rjnHOS. pORTER & gOXS, J^TD., DIRECTORS. WEDDING (ARRIAa* PROPRIETORS, AMBULANCES, LIVERPOOL. The

PHARLES gTEPEEKS, 44, CONWAY-ST. PRINCIPAL BIRKENHEAD mast**- 353. rjnHOS. pORTER & gOXS, J^TD., DIRECTORS. WEDDING (ARRIAa* PROPRIETORS, AMBULANCES, LIVERPOOL. The

Business the abo*e Firm will CARRIED ON WITHOUT ANY INTERRUPTION from the Fir® which unfortunately taken plane. 208744
September 4, 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BERMALINE BREAD contains minimum of starch. Advt. For red, rough, chapped, and bleeding hands, itching, burning palm«, and painful finger-ends,

BERMALINE BREAD contains minimum of starch. Advt. For red, rough, chapped, and bleeding hands, itching, burning palm«, and painful finger-ends,

shapeless nails, a one-night treatment works wonders. Directions: Soak hands, on retiring, in hot water and Cuticura goap. Dry, anoint with Cuticura Ointment, and wear soft old, ioc?e during the night. Cut»cura Soap and Ointment equally effective in promoting and and scalp healt
September 4, 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
STOP PRESS.

STOP PRESS.

LATEST NEWS. RACING 3.o—King's Chancellor 1, East Vale 2, Gallniit Jack 3.o=—Barbed "W---? 2. Mrs 3« xaa
September 4, 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
OUR LETTERBOX. LONELY SOLDIER'S APPEAL LADIES. WOMAN'S PART. METHODS OF RAISING RELIEF FUND. Private C. Bonner, No- 11478, Battalion* The

OUR LETTERBOX. LONELY SOLDIER'S APPEAL LADIES. WOMAN'S PART. METHODS OF RAISING RELIEF FUND. Private C. Bonner, No- 11478, Battalion* The

King's Own Regiment, writes: wae American sailor and now in Lord K' ci ener's arm/. have no one to write or cheer me up. get terribfc lonely here I would be very thankful if you print this, as I hope young lady wit faco it and write a card to me. Of course v- ill answer. You wil
September 4, 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
TO KEEP YOUR HEALTH.

TO KEEP YOUR HEALTH.

There are two kinds of ill-health, One is actual disease like fever. The other is just being weak and unwell; and this kind very often leads to the other. catch diseases by infection; but it is much easier to resist infection it the general health is robust. Microbes do not like
September 4, 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England