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The Potter's Daughter: A TALE OF THE TRENT VALLEY. By EDITH C. KENYON, Author of "The Mystery of the Old

The Potter's Daughter: A TALE OF THE TRENT VALLEY. By EDITH C. KENYON, Author of "The Mystery of the Old

North Mine," "The Squire of Lonsdale," "The Hand of His Brother," &c. (SPECIALLY WRITTEN FOR THE "WEEKLY COURIER.")
January 21, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE LOSS OF THE CLAN "PUNISHMENT CELLS ,/ DRUMMOND. ABOLISHED. • The Exchange Telegraph Company is informed that, in accordance

THE LOSS OF THE CLAN "PUNISHMENT CELLS ,/ DRUMMOND. ABOLISHED. • The Exchange Telegraph Company is informed that, in accordance

with Aotue office instructions, cells used for refraaory prisoners, and called " punishment cells," have now been abelished in htc dajesty's prisons. They will be altered and made more cheerful, and only used for violent prisoners for their own security, their use being carefull
January 21, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
CHAPTER XIL-A TRAGEDY IN THE WOODS. It was like a haPl;idream, John thought, that life with Henry Beckett, wherein he,

CHAPTER XIL-A TRAGEDY IN THE WOODS. It was like a haPl;idream, John thought, that life with Henry Beckett, wherein he,

as friend and loving, helpful companion and pupil, served him cheerfully, with strong hands, willing feet, and withal a happy, thankful heart. To the woods—the great forests rather—of New York State they repaired each spring and each Indian summer, to paint Nature in her varying
February 11, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SIR W. H. HOULDSWORTH, M.P. favourable to the age of half-timers being raised to the age of twelve years. As

SIR W. H. HOULDSWORTH, M.P. favourable to the age of half-timers being raised to the age of twelve years. As

this decision affects a laige number of employers and the childiem it may be well to draw attention to an important return just completed re the half-time council, showing the number and proportion oi hill day schslars of bait-time and half-timers in most of the schools in the t
February 11, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MR. HOOLEY AND HIS CRITICS.

MR. HOOLEY AND HIS CRITICS.

Mr. Justice Ridley on Monday heard an ap plication on behalf of Mr. Hooley to commit to prison Mr. Henry Hess for alleged contempt ol court by the publication of an article in " The Critic," on January 28 last, and of a paragraph in the supplement thereto. The bankrnpt,in sup. p
February 11, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SOCIAL SINS & SHAMS

SOCIAL SINS & SHAMS

Miss LILLIE HARRIS (Mrs. COZENS WILLIAMS). W.—THE SHAMS OF SOCIETY. WONDER what was the name of the famous cynic who gave the eleventh ' l '' commandi - nent. "Thou shalt not be found out." I wish he was known, for he deserves to have his name immortalised. For, after all, the e
February 11, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
WAR PROCLAIMED.

WAR PROCLAIMED.

Aguin3,ldo, the leader of the insurgent Filipinos, has issuei two proclamations, in one of which he declares war upon the Americans %rid suspends the Filipino constitution.
February 11, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ANIMALS BURNT TO DEATH.

ANIMALS BURNT TO DEATH.

A fire took place at Kirkdale on Thursday. A stable in the occupation of Mr. Dunne, provision merchant, Stanley-road, situated in Lambethstreet, was observed to be in flames. The fire brigade was in attendance, but before the fire could be extinguished the stable aas destroyed,
February 11, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
CRISIS IN THE COTTON TRADE

CRISIS IN THE COTTON TRADE

The master spinners having refused to increase the wages of operatives by 7d. in the pound, on the ground that the applicatien is premature, if, indeed, it is justifiable at all, the members of the unions (says a Manchester correepondent) will decide whether or not they will str
February 11, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE PERSONAL PARAGRAPH NUISANCE.

THE PERSONAL PARAGRAPH NUISANCE.

THE LORD CHIEF-JUSTICE'S EXPKRIENCES. In the Queen's Bench, on Tuesday, before the Lord Chief Justice and a special jury, the Hon. Wm. Waldorf Astor. of Carlton-house-terrace and Clievedon, Xaidenhead, and proprietor of the " Pall Mall Gazette," brought an action against the pro
February 11, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England