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MASSACRE 1N SIAIII.

MASSACRE 1N SIAIII.

A despatch to 41a.' ris confirms the news of the success of the Siamese insurgents in the north of Siam; near the Burmese frotier. On July 25 the insurgents attacked the Siamese officers' quarters at Kuang C ra y. The Commissioner and Deputy-Commissioner, an officer, , and the m
August 23, 1902 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
A BOER WHO FOUGHT WITH BULLER.

A BOER WHO FOUGHT WITH BULLER.

General Buller will probably have thought many times- during the war of an alliance of •Boer •and‘ Briton years ago. In the Zulu war of -1879-an old Boer farmer gave the greatest possible assistance to the • British troops. Piet lirys was a" Boer of the finest ty - pe,. as brave
May 31, 1902 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
WARD-May 26, at 6, St. John's-terrace, Bootle. Joh n Ward, eldest son of the late John Ward, Bootle. WHITAKER-May 27,

WARD-May 26, at 6, St. John's-terrace, Bootle. Joh n Ward, eldest son of the late John Ward, Bootle. WHITAKER-May 27,

suddenly, at The Manor, hill, aged 70 years. Helen Penson, fourth daughter the late Henry Whitaker, of Liverpool. WILKINSON-May 28, Emily, wife of Mr. Fred. son. Interment at Anfield Cemetery this day (Saturday), 31st inst., at 1 o'clock. WILSON-At Moreton, Cheshire, aged 57 yea
May 31, 1902 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
IDtEECHAM'S [)ILLS -11-tr mAkE LOOK Well, FEEL Well and KEEP Well, REMOVE PIMPLES and BLOTCHES a the SKIN, LA Y

IDtEECHAM'S [)ILLS -11-tr mAkE LOOK Well, FEEL Well and KEEP Well, REMOVE PIMPLES and BLOTCHES a the SKIN, LA Y

the foundation of G 0 0 0 HEALTH, SUITABLII for OLD ti,nd YOUNG. 1
May 31, 1902 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
EDITORIAL NOTES.

EDITORIAL NOTES.

, By the death of the Most Eev. Dr. Temple, Archbishop of Canterbury, Primate of All England and Metropolitan, the nation as well as the Church is much the poorer, having lost one who had in his time contributed greatly to the general betterment. The ceaseless energy of a long l
December 27, 1902 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
fasbion atturtrateb,

fasbion atturtrateb,

AR NAN, ESPITE the modern spirit which is daily weeping aside 'd customs as 'mbrous, )id, and ab, the spirit joicing and ;tivity still reains with us to ark our great hristian :stivat. _ o the _ildren it is unalloyed joy and delight, and young men and maidens generally have " -
December 27, 1902 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE COUNTESS OF CARNARVON

THE COUNTESS OF CARNARVON

THE WEEKLY COUR] ER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1902.
December 27, 1902 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
DISGRACEFUL CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION.

DISGRACEFUL CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION.

At the Widnes Police Court, yesterday, three Russian Poles, named Billy Smith, Joseph Kolita, and Jennie Miller, were charged with unlawfully and maliciously wounding Joseph Kutchlauskie with intent to do him grievous bodily harm. From the statement of Superintendent Keighley it
December 27, 1902 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION.

THE INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION.

Mr. Alfred Moseley, organiser of the Industrial . Commission to the United States, with several delegates, reached Liverpool on Sunday morning in the Umbria,. Be anticipated that changes would be made in the methods of some trades as the result of the reports of the delegates, a
December 27, 1902 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
POULTRY FARM RAIDED.

POULTRY FARM RAIDED.

William Smith, Selby-street, and Nathaniel Harding, Manley-street, were charged at the Warrington Police Court, on Wednesday, with stealing, in company with John Jackson, a number of turkeys, geese, fowls, and rabbits, to the value of 10s., between the 18th and 19th inst., from
December 27, 1902 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England