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BY TEDDY ASHTON BILL SPRIGGS AS A RAILWAI – -- PORTER. THE MAN WITH THE PUPS.

BY TEDDY ASHTON BILL SPRIGGS AS A RAILWAI – -- PORTER. THE MAN WITH THE PUPS.

TEDDY ASHTON BILL SPRIGGS AS A RAILWAI - -- PORTER. THE MAN WITH THE PUPS. You have been told, so far, how Bill Spriggs went to act as railway porter in place of Jack Pastyface (whom he resembled). Jack had col drunk at a christening the night before and was afraid of getting "th
January 29, 1898 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE CHILDREN AND THE PRINCESS.

THE CHILDREN AND THE PRINCESS.

They were so prettily behaved those little people who presented purses ta the Princess Louise at Birkenhead. They carried their posies so daintily, and curtsied and "backed out " of the royal presence with the greatest possible ease. The youngest were quite the most self-possess
January 29, 1898 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MADMAN IN A RAILWAY STATION.

MADMAN IN A RAILWAY STATION.

A struggle with a madman took place at the little station of Cagnes, near Nice, on Wednesday night. A number of passengers were awaiting the arrival of a local train, when, upon its approach being signalled, an mciiVidual, who, it has since transpired, was a lunati,e; threw hims
January 29, 1898 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BUSHED ACROSS THE BRICKFIELDS

BUSHED ACROSS THE BRICKFIELDS

at a rate which with the cold air soon dissipated the effects of the anaesthetic and brought back consciousness just as the party and I found that they had bound my hands as securely as if I had been handcuffed. We were in front of a low brick building of fairly large dimensions
January 29, 1898 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
TRADES UNIONS_ AND BLACK LISTS.

TRADES UNIONS_ AND BLACK LISTS.

An important test action, which ten leading leading builders of Blackburn were sued by ten Joiners on strike for maliciously interfering with their rights to obtain employment, by means of a circular or black list issued to employers in other towns, was set down for hearing at p
January 29, 1898 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SERIOUS HUNTING ACCIDENTS.

SERIOUS HUNTING ACCIDENTS.

was interested in a Chancery suit from which he The meet of the North Cheshire Bounds seemed to have expectations, but recently he had on Thursday was at Tarporlev Town-end, and heard that his chances were not very bright, and the large field included the Duchess of West- he had
January 29, 1898 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE LIVERPOOL CORPORATION LOAN.

THE LIVERPOOL CORPORATION LOAN.

The Bank of England have given notice that of the unallotted balane of £991,600 Liverpool Corporation 4 per cent. stock, which had been kept open since the 21st inst., £102,500 has been applied for, and allotted to the public at the minimum of £9B per cent., and that the remaind
January 29, 1898 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
OVERHEAD RAILWAY MYSTERY IN LIVERPOOL. ACCIDENT OR SUICIDE?

OVERHEAD RAILWAY MYSTERY IN LIVERPOOL. ACCIDENT OR SUICIDE?

The Liverpool coroner, Mr. Sampson, held an inquest, on Thursday, touching thecleath of Chas. Reginald Petit Hampson, oged 25 years. The deceased was apprenticed in a broker's office, and left on the completion of his term in June, 1894, thera being no opening for him. He never
January 29, 1898 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THOUSANDS OF TESTIMONIALS.

THOUSANDS OF TESTIMONIALS.

CLARKE'S BLOOD IvIIXTURE. CLARKE'S BLOOD MIXTURE. CLARKE'S BLOOD MIXTURE. Do not be persuaded to take an imitation or evbstitute.
January 29, 1898 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ATROCIOUS ASSAM UPON THE POLICE.

ATROCIOUS ASSAM UPON THE POLICE.

INSANITY AS A DEFENCE. At the Liverpool Recorder's Court, on Wednesday, before Mr. C. H. Hopwood, Q.C., an appeal by Edward M`Guinness against a conviction by the city magistrates was heard. The respondent justices were Messrs. T. E. Sampson , and E. Lloyd, who on December 27th
January 29, 1898 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England