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THE DOUBTFUL POINT.

THE DOUBTFUL POINT.

First Suburbanite (bitterly) : I'm bleat if I think the average cook will ever get to heaven. Second S'ubarbanite : Don't know; but it's very questionable whether she'll be willing to stay after she does get there.
April 22, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
NOT RESPONSIBLE.

NOT RESPONSIBLE.

Clara: Which college did Cholly attend? Eva: I don't know, but it isn't the fault of college. Talk ahout sacrifices for art's sake. Mr. 'free has cut his hair, for the sake of corre:Aness, as Colonel Carrac. Forrester: You live iu a 9uiet part of tho town, du you not? Lancaster
April 22, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
A CAREFUL .MOTHER.

A CAREFUL .MOTHER.

Mother: And you say this book unfit for my daughter to read? Bookseller: Most unfit, indeed, madam ! Mother : Well, I'll take it. I'm sure I can keep it where she will never find it.
April 22, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THERE'D BE QUITE A JAM.

THERE'D BE QUITE A JAM.

First Convict: Don't you wish all them as oughter be in the penitentiary would be sent here? Second Convict: 'Canso why? First C. : 'Cause then they'd have to let us coves out to make room for 'em. SHE KNEW TOO MUCH. Mother: Now, Ethel cie - a:r, - f% - v - i - nt you to bs a go
April 22, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
The Heroine of Niagara.

The Heroine of Niagara.

All newspaper statements to the contrary, it may be set as fact by people both near and far that the Falls of Niagara have never yet been conquered by a human being who has lived to tell the story of his feelings during the voyage over the precipice. The only woman who ever made
April 22, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
A LIVERPOOL MINIATURIST.

A LIVERPOOL MINIATURIST.

Miss Bernabo, vhose reputation as a miniaturist is the highest, had many admiring visitors at her little show in Falknersquare, and she is arranging for another private view daring summet. As she is setting about the painting of a series of portraits of well-known clever women,
April 22, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
tables into it, and let them boil a minute. Drain and dry perfectly . by shaking a few at a

tables into it, and let them boil a minute. Drain and dry perfectly . by shaking a few at a

time lightly in a soft . cloth. Take as much vinegar as will entirely cover them, and boil it for five minutes, with spices in the following proportion: Tu every two quarts of vinegar used put an ounce of whole ginger, an ounce of long pepper, an ounce of black peppercorns, and
April 22, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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April 22, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
GRUESOME FIND IN A RAILWAY sTATios.

GRUESOME FIND IN A RAILWAY sTATios.

The nerves of some railway men at Btoad-stree Goods Station received a great shock on Monday when the dead and naked body of a young woman was found in a box. The shack was the greater as the discovery W3S quint unexpected. for the box was opened not even for the purpose of seei
April 22, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE PRESENTS.

THE PRESENTS.

We have space for mention of bet a few of the presents received by bride and bridegroom. The Prince and Princess of Wales gave the buds a very fine diamond and emerald brooch, which is greatly admired by all who have seen it. The Earl of Rosebery's presents to his daughter inclu
April 22, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England