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December 26, 1903 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
PUDDING.

PUDDING.

Her is a recipe for an excellent Christmas pudding: One pound raisins (stoned), sultanas, 41b. currants, ilb. mixed candied peel, lemon, orange, and citron, ilb. ground sweet almonds, I.lb. suet, Vb. best brown sugar, six eggs, half-pint brandy, rind of two lemons grated, lb. of
December 26, 1903 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LEGISLATORS ON TOUR. Mr. W. W. Rutherford, M.P., on the Things They Do Better in France.

LEGISLATORS ON TOUR. Mr. W. W. Rutherford, M.P., on the Things They Do Better in France.

Continuing his narrative of the tour made by the party of English M.P.'s in Franoe, Mr. W. Watson Rutherford, M. P., describes what was seen at Marseilles. He says : —lt was intereiting to note that the Mediterranean has no tide, but the effect of an occasional storm is to raise
December 26, 1903 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
The Pessimist Abroad. BY JAMES SEXTON.

The Pessimist Abroad. BY JAMES SEXTON.

God bless you, merrie gentlemen, Let nothing you dismay. I propose this week to depart from the beaten track of trades 'unions and their disputes and orthodox labour problems. The reason is conveyed in the short couplet I have quoted; one which was 80 familiar to many of ,us in
December 26, 1903 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MADE TO MAR

MADE TO MAR

the festive ( !) season, but they do mar it whether they are mentioned or not, and it is at Christmas time that they appeal to us more than at any other time. And let me confess that I get more dismayed every festive ( !) season that comes round to find that these people are not
December 26, 1903 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BORROWED A HANDCART.

BORROWED A HANDCART.

George Hickman (29), labourer, of no settled, abode, was charged at Liscard Police Court, on Monday, with stealing a quantity of timber, of the value of 125., the property of Edmunds, Taylor, and Co., Egremont. The boards were left just inside the company's yard, and on Saturday
December 26, 1903 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
:'ENTENCES ON PRISONERS.

:'ENTENCES ON PRISONERS.

Sentence has been passed upon the authors of the disturbances which involved a whole'gale massacre of Jews at Kichineff. Gretschin Xnd Marosjuk, who were indicted for murder, were sentenced to seven and five years' penal lervitude respectively, twenty-two others of the accused t
December 26, 1903 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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December 26, 1903 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
WELLINGTON'S DESCH I PTION.

WELLINGTON'S DESCH I PTION.

• (CONTINUED FROM SEVENTH PAGE.) A number of German newspapers attribute :he remarks of the British preSs .on the Emperor William's recent speech, in Which his Majesty stated that Blucher saved the British from destruction at Waterloo, to hypersensi tivenesi. The following parag
December 26, 1903 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE POOR POPE. ----- STORIES OF HIDDEN TREASURE DENIED. • Some persons who were received in audiena by the Pope

THE POOR POPE. ----- STORIES OF HIDDEN TREASURE DENIED. • Some persons who were received in audiena by the Pope

on Saturday congratulated the Pontiff upon the unexpected legacy which was reported to have been handed to him 139 Cardinal Gotti in. the name of the late Pope , The Pontiff smiled, saying that he wished the story were true, - whereas the fact was that almo- 4 ; exactly the cont
December 26, 1903 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England