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RAILWAY DISASTER IN – CANADA.

RAILWAY DISASTER IN – CANADA.

RAILWAY DISASTER IN - CANADA. SEVEN KILLED: TEN INJURED. The Canada Atlantic fast expre ss , bound from Montreal to Ottawa, jumptA the track as it was running at full speed on Wednesday. Three of the cars were wrecked, seven persons being killed and ten injured.
August 12, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
A MERCHANT'S DIVORCE PETITION

A MERCHANT'S DIVORCE PETITION

£1,500 DAMAGES. In the Divorce Court on Thursday, Mr. Justice Barnes and a common jury had before them the petition of Mr. Herbert Torn Coates, a stuff merchant. of Bradford, for a dissolution of his marriage on the ground of his wife's misconduct with Frederick Hugh Bottumley,
August 12, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
FATAL DIGESTIVE TABLETS.

FATAL DIGESTIVE TABLETS.

FATAL DIGESTIVE An extraordinary case of poisoning occurred at Altrincham on Sunday. Two girls named Gertrude and Emily llay, a;.Ted respectively two and children of Louis Ray, tailor, Georgestreet, were playing in the house, when they extracted from the poehets of their father,w
August 12, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE CZAR TIRED AND DISGUSTED.

THE CZAR TIRED AND DISGUSTED.

ANXIOUS TO ABDICATE. The Paris correspondent of the "Times" says he is informed by a friend through whom he has been able on other occasions to announce important projects which have become facts that Nicholas II ha long been tiled of the throw, in which be has experienced the b
August 12, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
TWENTY-NINE FEET OF WATER.

TWENTY-NINE FEET OF WATER.

The latest report of Mr. Lyster, engineer I to the Mersey Docks and Harbour Board, shows that the river bar, which was once deemed invincible, is becoming less and less an obstruction to navigation. In the time of William the Third, Captain Collins wrote that ships coming to Liv
August 12, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SIR ELLIOTT LEES AND THE NATIONAL MONUMENTS.

SIR ELLIOTT LEES AND THE NATIONAL MONUMENTS.

Among the measures which have had to be abandoned fur the session, owing to the Government refusing to allow private members' bills to proceed when there is opposition to them from any quarter of the House, is the national monuments and churches bill, which was in charge of Sir
August 12, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
COTTAGES FIRED BY FIREWORKS.

COTTAGES FIRED BY FIREWORKS.

On Thursday night a serious fire o'ccurred at Nlarket IloswOrth, Leicestershire. A. local agricnltura' show ended with a display fireworks, during which some cottages were set on fire, it is . surmised, through sparks felling o n the thatch. Eight or dwellings either entirely or
August 12, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SMASHING A MAGISTRATE'S WINDOWS.

SMASHING A MAGISTRATE'S WINDOWS.

On Wednesday morning an unusual scene was witnessed in Merton-rod, Bootle. A well-known character named Elizabeth Burns went up to the residence of Alderman Cain and smashed seven windows in the dining-room with a piece of granite. An alarm wa. , raised, and the woman had not pr
August 12, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
STRANGE RECOVERY OF STOLEN PLATE.

STRANGE RECOVERY OF STOLEN PLATE.

The ancient and valuable Communion plate belonging to the old church at Burghclere, Newbury, WAS stolen during the night of Sunday, October 23 last, from Burgnclere Farm , the residence of Mr. S. Wentworth, who had custody of the property as churchwarden. On the same occasion th
August 12, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
AMUSING SCENE IN A LAW COURT.

AMUSING SCENE IN A LAW COURT.

A.n amusing scene took place in the Queen's Bench Divisional Court.before Justices Darling and Plrillimore, on Wednesday, in connection with one of the not infrequent applications made in the High Court by the well-known litigant William Hind. After he had fired off a number of
August 12, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England