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g4tnertnurista%. Mae Cleveland objects to smoking in the White House and the Preaident town. ter-ba&er her up in it. . . . . .

g4tnertnurista%. Mae Cleveland objects to smoking in the White House and the Preaident town. ter-ba&er her up in it. . . . . .

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February 27, 1886 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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February 27, 1886 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
CAUGHT BY THE TIDE.

CAUGHT BY THE TIDE.

IThe eldest son and daughter of Major-General the Hoe. P. Fielding, C. 8., commanding the Southeastern District, had an excitlng adventure at the South Foreland on Friday,in which they had , a narrow escape from drowning. They were return. I ing St. Margaret's Bay along the shor
February 27, 1886 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ST. PAUL'S WARD CONSERVATIVES

ST. PAUL'S WARD CONSERVATIVES

A MUNICIPAL - CANDIDATE. The animal meeting of the Conservatives of St. Paul's Ward (Exchange Division) was held onWedrtesday in the rooms of the Constitutional AAW .cintinn, lie Thomas's-buildings, for the purpose electing a polling• district committee and officers. Mr. Council
February 27, 1886 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SCENES AT EVICTIONS.

SCENES AT EVICTIONS.

The evictions on Sir John Stewart's in Tyrcue were continued on Thursday, the sheriff's officers being swisted by one hundred constable& After visiting Carrickmore, where the crowd was very boisterous, the officers proceeded in twenty CJIS and two brakes to Creggan, about eight
February 27, 1886 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 

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RUFFIANISM AT GARSTON.

RUFFIANISM AT GARSTON.

lOn Monday,at the County Sewliona-house,laling. tun, Messrs. IL Perkins an Bi dJ. ngham, 4 Joseph Sustt summoned Frank Deugherty for 11.1111; threatening Wad to him on ' the 6th instant. Mr. W. H. Quiiliam appeared . for the pr....mutton, and stated that the complain! alit a for
February 27, 1886 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
WILLS AND BEQUESTS,

WILLS AND BEQUESTS,

The will of the Right Hon. William, Enroll Brougham and Vaux, late of Broughenhall, Westmoreland, Wll9 proved by Sir Henry Morgan Van; Henry Charles, Lord Brougham and Vaux, the eon, and John Henry James, the executors, the value of the meal amounting to upwardret• .—The states
February 27, 1886 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
DANGERS OF ELECTRIC WIRES.

DANGERS OF ELECTRIC WIRES.

FXR AND FIC. The electric r light which is in general nee at Temesvar, Hungary, failed on Monday night, great excitement, almost amounting to panic, being caused. The accident is attributed to faulty connection of the wires. Fire broke out on this account in a building occupied
November 9, 1889 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE STEAMER CITY OF PARIS.

THE STEAMER CITY OF PARIS.

The unmeMented passage of the Inman liner City of Paris, from New York to Queenstown in 5 days 22 hours and 57 minutes, was remarkable for great uniformity in her daily runs, showing a speed of 22 miles per hour. Leaving New York at 11 o'clock on the 30th ult., she completed up
November 9, 1889 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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dinner Evelyn R. and one Atem of high t enthwhistically Aces, weever* wrsivel alighting froni ber carriage she hes lad yompoee reamle stew much e -lo st =y abe wee abase Ate several the 4 as SO mei alt who sufficiently , Saturday
November 9, 1889 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England