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SUBSIDENCE OF A CHURCH.

SUBSIDENCE OF A CHURCH.

Some alarm has been caused in Atherton by the subsidence, through mining operations it is supposed, of the palish church, which has only recently been rebuilt at a large cost, and a handsome tower and new organ added. Great fissures an:l cracks have appeared in tne south and eas
February 25, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE AFFAIRS OF MISS C. L. " LOVAT FRASER."

THE AFFAIRS OF MISS C. L. " LOVAT FRASER."

At London Bankruptcy Court, on Thursday, a sitting was held, before Mr. Registrar Hope, for the public examination of Catherine Louisa W. Fraser. The debtor, described as of Tyddyn To, Menai Bridge, Anglesey, and of James-street Mansions, Buckinzham-gate, of no occupation, is at
February 25, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
FORGERY.

FORGERY.

Two men named Walter Bates and Thorns" Swindells were indicted for haling on the 21st January last, at Manchester, stolen a cheque for £5 belougiue to Thomas Whalley Millar. They were also indicted for having on the same date conspired to obtain money from Susannah Elizabeth Pev
February 25, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
B v 1 MANILA FIRED BY INSURGENTS. REMARKABLE SCENKS.

B v 1 MANILA FIRED BY INSURGENTS. REMARKABLE SCENKS.

ACRES OF HOUSES BURNED. Wednesday night was one of terror for the inhabitants of Manila. The Filipinos made good their oft-repeated threats to the extent of burning whole acres of buildings and wounding an American officer and three men by shots fired from windows during the exc
February 25, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE LATE SIR JOHN MILLAIS.

THE LATE SIR JOHN MILLAIS.

The services which Sir John Millais, one of the most popular painters of modern times, rendered to Art, are not to pass unrecognised. The tribute is to take the form of a full length statue, which will grace the National Gallery of British Art at Millbank. In this memorial the P
February 25, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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February 25, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
PARR'S BANK MYSTERY.

PARR'S BANK MYSTERY.

The "Daily Mail" says that the solicitors have advised the arrest of a person whose name they have given to the bank authorities; but that the directors have decided to do nothing fuither until they have themselves carpeted and cross-examined this suspect. The suspected person i
February 25, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
IMPUDENT ROBBERIES FROM A RHYL BOOKSTALL.

IMPUDENT ROBBERIES FROM A RHYL BOOKSTALL.

For some weeks the railway bookstall a t Rhyi has been visited daily by a visitor to that seaside resort who described himself as William James, of Cardiff. This man is a cripple, and was wheeled to the station some three or bur times a day in basket chair, which he always had d
July 22, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Women and Bargains.

Women and Bargains.

What a study in our sex the shops give at the momentous time of 'sales." One does not know in what degree our tastes create our habits, or our htbits our tastes. Certain it is that a large majority of women, if not every woman more or less, have a pronounced taste for shopping.
July 22, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LUXURIOUS LINERS.

LUXURIOUS LINERS.

A play-room for the children of passengers is the lateAt convenience to be furnished on an Atlantic liner, such a loom, on a large scale, forming part of the accommodation in the Deutschland, now being construmed fur the Elanahurg-Americau service. In addition there is to be a w
July 22, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England