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A MONEY SNAICHER.

A MONEY SNAICHER.

At Liverpool, on Saturday, Catherine Kay, a fairly well - dressed woman, was charged with stealing the sum of 9s. 6d. from Thomas Gallagher. it appears that the complainant was counting a quantity of silver in his hand, on the 13th inst., at the corner of Lambertstreet. Prisoner
January 21, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BOGS OF MISREPRESENTATION.

BOGS OF MISREPRESENTATION.

For instance, one modern Columbus makes the important discovery that the population of Great Britain at the last census was 38 millions (he might have added Carlyle's esti mate of them), and that trades unionists therefore form little more than 4 per cent. The decided unfairness
January 21, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
DEATH OF A LIVERPOOL COUNCILLOR. The death occurred on Wednesday night of Mr. Thomas Donnelly, the, Liberal representative of 'Great

DEATH OF A LIVERPOOL COUNCILLOR. The death occurred on Wednesday night of Mr. Thomas Donnelly, the, Liberal representative of 'Great

George Ward in the Liverpool City Council.
January 21, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
INCREASED WAGES.

INCREASED WAGES.

Board of Trade figures on the changes in rates of wages and hours of labour during the past year show that in all trades, except agriculture, railway service, and shipping, the number was 1450, the increases numbering 1,100 and the decreases 50. Workpeople affected by increases
January 21, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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January 21, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BURGLAR 1N A MILLIONAIRE'S MANSION.

BURGLAR 1N A MILLIONAIRE'S MANSION.

BURGLAR 1N A MILLIONAIRE'S Arthur Anderson, 23, baker, pleaded guilty, It the London County Sessions, on lhursday, to being found by night in the house of Mr. William Waldorf Astor for an unlawful put pose. Prisoner got into the house at Carlton-house-terrace by representing -tha
January 21, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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- tit:1111111 I. ,;.' parriageo, and 14aths. * * Announcements intended for this part of the paper unless delivered personally, must be accom anied by a real signature and address. BIRTHS. ATKINSON—Dee. 17, at The Parsonage, Ravenswood,Chicago, U.S.A., the wife of the Heir. Raih
January 21, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
A NEW FIELD FOR THIEVES.

A NEW FIELD FOR THIEVES.

At the Ormskirk Police Court, oil Wednesday, Riehd. Poole, an elderly man, and a stranger to the district, was remanded on a charge of having stolen a carriage or wagon lamp of the value of about ss. Superintendent Jervis said the prisoner offered the lamp to Mr. William, Sadler
January 21, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MONEYLENDERS AND THEFT.

MONEYLENDERS AND THEFT.

At the Bedford Quarter Sessions, Alfred Toyer was sentenced to one month's imprisonment for stealing £ll5 whilst sub-postmaster at Hightown, Luton. When his father, who was once mayor of Luton, died, he left considerable debts, which young Toyer endeavoured to pay in addition to
January 21, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
A MYSTERIOUS DEATH.

A MYSTERIOUS DEATH.

-- - On Thursday the body of James Alfred Parker, aged 27, of Cross-stieet, Crewe, employLd in Crewe Railway Works, was found dead in his kitchen. The evidence procurable by the police alleges that he was taken home on Wednesday night in a very drunken condition, and was laid in
January 21, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England