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EAT SwIFT'S

EAT SwIFT'S

AMERICAN BEEF. IT HAS ND EQUAL.
August 16, 1902 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SMART CAPTURE OF A BURGLItiI"

SMART CAPTURE OF A BURGLItiI"

On Saturday night Ellesmere, near I oaks, the residence of Mr. W. M. G. was entered and robbed of a large quaniiief of valuable plate and jewellery, &c. constable Thomas saw a man carrying a 11` bundle leave the house and make off country. Thomas gave chase, but in ,70, tiating
August 16, 1902 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Zhndritai Wuoirat. • to ft many seaside courses beginners are apt rather prominently during August, a little to the inconvenience

Zhndritai Wuoirat. • to ft many seaside courses beginners are apt rather prominently during August, a little to the inconvenience

of more exis i 'enced golfers. The tyro, needless to say, Yet .il v ! l , o cent of any intention to annoy, and " Is inability, to keep on the fair green W I tvoid hazards is a perpetual source of g ° o l. „ l 'Y ,t 0 the matches in rear. On the teeing ke t ,;;_ i lds and throug
August 16, 1902 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ALARMING COACHING ACCIDENT.

ALARMING COACHING ACCIDENT.

As a char-a-bane from the Derwentwater Hotel, Portinscale, was returning from Rosthwaite on Monday afternoon the horses took fright at an approaching motor car, turned round suddenly, broke aw.ay the fore part of the carriage body, and galloped with it back to Rosthwaite. The pa
August 16, 1902 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
A SUICIDE'S TERRIBLE SUFFERINGS.

A SUICIDE'S TERRIBLE SUFFERINGS.

At the George Hotel, Southport, on Monday, an inquest was conducted by Mr. S. Brighouse, county coroner, into the circumstances of the death of Alfred Martlew, electrical engineer, who resided at 2, West-endterrace, West-street, Southport. Mrs. Martlew, the widow, said her husba
August 16, 1902 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 

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ROYAL REVIEW OF INDIAN TROOPS.

ROYAL REVIEW OF INDIAN TROOPS.

The King and Queen reviewed at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday the Indian troops who came over for the Coronation. The troops had a magnificent public reception, and after the King had inspected thpm in the 'Palace grounds the Prince of lATales distributed the Coronation medals t
August 16, 1902 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
fir e y , A 4 :- Van Houten's Cocoa is so perfectly , digestible that there is no fear

fir e y , A 4 :- Van Houten's Cocoa is so perfectly , digestible that there is no fear

of its • causing a bad night's rest. Its nourishing - qualities the blood to build up, - during sleep, the material wasted by ~ previous day's work, worry or excite- t. ment. It soothes the nerves, and is t alike streugthzning, pure and delicious. * , . , .g. 1 • it. 7. , . 0% .
August 16, 1902 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ft Makes BOOTS ft lIARNTA 'X'11117: . c . 4. waterproof as ey duck's bs cig , 7. te EJ

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August 16, 1902 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
RELIGIOUS RIOT.

RELIGIOUS RIOT.

A great riot has occurred in the island of Lewis in consequence of religious differences. The minister at Ness having joined the United Church, his congregation refused to allow him access to the church. A force of police, which was drafted from the mainland, was vigorously ston
January 4, 1902 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE LIBERAL LEADERSHIP.

THE LIBERAL LEADERSHIP.

Sir H. Campbell-Bannerman is a hottempered man, and if he find that the bulk of the Liberal party is prepared to leave him in the lurch he will probably resign whatever leadership he possesses. A very large and influential section of the Liberal party is wearied of being led by
January 4, 1902 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England