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AT HARTLEPOOL.

AT HARTLEPOOL.

At a mass meeting of engineers, held in West Hartlepool yesterday, i c was unanimously resolved that the terms of arrangement which the Employers' Federation desire to enforce could not be accepted, as they would lead to continuous strife and bad feeling. The meeting called upon
January 22, 1898 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
A DESTRUCTIVE FIRE.

A DESTRUCTIVE FIRE.

Yesterday morning a fire broke out at Peterborough which destroyed the large shops of Messrs. Brainsby and Son, of Peterborough and Longacre, together with other extensive shups occupied by a draper and a cloth ier . Th e fi re spread with great rapidity, and threatened the post
January 22, 1898 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
our small cabin, and the others to their bunks.

our small cabin, and the others to their bunks.

; I lay down in my birth, but, instead of sleeping Until it Wag time to relieve my chum at the lookout, I began thiaking matters over and building castles in the air. 1 bad practically decided to . t , uy an estate in Hampshire, which had once besnged to my ancestors, and whioh
January 22, 1898 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
STEALING HER FATHER'S MONEY.

STEALING HER FATHER'S MONEY.

At Ormskirk, on Wednesday, Mary J. Lathom, nineteen years of age, daughter of Peter Lathom, a collier, of Bickerstaffe, was brought up on two charges of stealing money belonging to her father. On the 10th January she broke into a cupboard at home in which her father had locked t
January 22, 1898 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
DIVORCE IN THE UNITED STATES.

DIVORCE IN THE UNITED STATES.

The rampancy of divorce in the Unieed States has been discussed by Gertrude Atherton in the "Contemporary Review." It is undoubtedly true that the divorce habit has for at least a couple of generations been the stock-in-trade of the comic papers, running neck and neck with cowbo
January 22, 1898 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BUILDING SOCIETY FAILURES.

BUILDING SOCIETY FAILURES.

At the London Bankruptcy Court on Thursday a sitting for public examination was held before Mr. Registrar Hope under the failure of Alfred W, Hewer, who was recently convicted and sentenced to a term of five years' penal servitude for a series of frauds in connection with certai
January 22, 1898 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
"KING GEORGE "IN HIS SON'S UNIFORM.

"KING GEORGE "IN HIS SON'S UNIFORM.

An amusing defence was made at the Manchester County Police Court, by , a joiner's labomer, named Augustus A. Pickstone, of Jenesstreet, Itlam, in reply to a summons charging him with wearing the uniform of the Bth King's (Liverpool Regiment). Last Saturday evening he was seen t
January 22, 1898 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
COCKLE'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS, FOR BILE

COCKLE'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS, FOR BILE

January 22, 1898 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
TrroursoN—ln loving memory of our dear mother, Mull Thompson, of 7, Glenvale-stre.e, who died suddenly Jaa 15, 1897 Beloved children,

TrroursoN—ln loving memory of our dear mother, Mull Thompson, of 7, Glenvale-stre.e, who died suddenly Jaa 15, 1897 Beloved children,

we:rp not for me— Prom Sorrow and min I now free: Though death has called me r . o;:a :tour Sid, God will protect and be your Guide. and Louie.] THF.T.L.I7ALL—In ever loving memory if cm: deur sister:l " youngest and dearly loved daughter of the 'oat. James and Mary Ann Threlfal
January 22, 1898 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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January 22, 1898 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England