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INNKEEPERS AND THE PUBLIC.

INNKEEPERS AND THE PUBLIC.

SINGULAR CASE. An elderly man applied 0 Mr. D'Eyncouit, at Southwark Police Court, on Wednesday, for a summons against a public " nuisance" for assault. lie explained that be was a beerhouae-keeper, and had refused on several occasions to serve the man, whom he descibed as a pit
August 12, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
this: My mind is thoroughly made up. Nothing can change it. If you do not think you can oblige me

this: My mind is thoroughly made up. Nothing can change it. If you do not think you can oblige me

in the way I ask, I must only go down myself to the dining-room—or wherever they are at present." Muriel yielded the point. She knew instinctively that further remonstrance on her part would only be an officious and unnecessary act of cruelty now. " Iwill do as you wish, of cour
August 12, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SEPTEMBER 23 "WITH A CYCLE I N CATHAY," BY JOHN FOSTER FRASER, Author of "Round the World on a Cycle,"

SEPTEMBER 23 "WITH A CYCLE I N CATHAY," BY JOHN FOSTER FRASER, Author of "Round the World on a Cycle,"

"At the Back of the World," &c.
August 12, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Tettrg. THE TRANSVAAL. Recumbent on the ground, with massive paws outstretched, Britannia's kingly guardian never sleeping lies, Heedless, but yet

Tettrg. THE TRANSVAAL. Recumbent on the ground, with massive paws outstretched, Britannia's kingly guardian never sleeping lies, Heedless, but yet

watchful of all little things, Disdaining although wrathful at, all envious stings. In tranquil conscious strength, His solemn earnest gaze is fixed on Destiny. He hears a nation's mighty life, the restless beat. In every land across the seas of countless feet, And in their step
August 12, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
• ...IGH NO MORE, LADIES. 1...7 WEAR THE} Front 1 TAI L S a:ALPr IMMOVABLE Front ; PURE °F HAIR.)

• ...IGH NO MORE, LADIES. 1...7 WEAR THE} Front 1 TAI L S a:ALPr IMMOVABLE Front ; PURE °F HAIR.)

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August 12, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LEAD POISONING IN THE POTTERIES.

LEAD POISONING IN THE POTTERIES.

A lady correspondent writes, as follows : "I was present on Sunday evening last at the Fabian Society's lecture on the above subject, and was, with many others, I feel sure, greatly astonished to learn that the deadly lead compounds used in Staffordshire are not absolutely neces
March 11, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SINGULAR SLANDER CASE.

SINGULAR SLANDER CASE.

I At Chester Assizes, on Monday, before Mr. I Justice Channel]. Thomas Richard Thomas sued John Moss and his wife for damages for slander. Mr. Banks appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. S. Moss, Q.C., for the ' defendant. The plaintiff is a hairdresser carrying on business at Hig
March 11, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
RAID ON A LONDON GAMBLINGHOUSE.

RAID ON A LONDON GAMBLINGHOUSE.

On Saturday, at the London Guildhall Police Court, S. Wood. 42,Howard-house, Lower Claptonroad, cattle salesman, was charged with keeping a gambling house on the first fox of 2, Long-lane., West .Smithfield. Henry Barnett, 43, of Cobornroad, Bow; Augustus Brown, 29; and William
March 11, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
A RECORDER ON THE "CAT."

A RECORDER ON THE "CAT."

At the Central Criminal Court, onMonday, the Reccrder, in his charge to the grand jury, referred to the marked diminution in cases of highway robbery. He did not say this was due to the administration of the cat, but it was remarkable that whereas certain criminals appeared befo
March 11, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE CREWS AT PRACTICE.

THE CREWS AT PRACTICE.

They are not, however, perfect by any means, and one or two are a trifle late in catching the water. Still this is merely a matter of detail, which practice will probably remedy. The Cambridge eight have improved marvellously, and certainly look a much better lot than last year'
March 11, 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England