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ESTATE OWNER'S OFFER

ESTATE OWNER'S OFFER

Desiring extend some form fixity tenure to her farm tenants, Sirs. Tempest,' oi Tong Hall, Yorkshire, who owns rich agricultural estate in ugh ton, on the outskirte of Ormekirk, has offered renew the leases of all her farms for further period of twenty-one years to the sitting t
29 December 1917 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
RUSSIA A PAWN.

RUSSIA A PAWN.

THE REAL PURPOSES GERMANY. Sir. Harold Williams, correspondent of the "Echo" and "Daily Chronicle," in message from Petrograd, dated Thursday, and received last night, writes:— «• The publication of Czernin's statement Brest-Litovsk makes it perfectly clear that the Central Powe
29 December 1917 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
A WAR REVIEW.

A WAR REVIEW.

WAR REVIEW. HOW ENEMY PLANS HAVE FAILED. ITALIAN CAMPAIGN, ITS EFFECT ON WESTERN FRONT, Mr. Edmund Dane, the military correspolideuit of the "Daily Post," writes: compared with what it was beginning 1916, when, in the attack upon Verdun, the Germans made their second attempt forc
29 December 1917 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
PHARLES gTEPEEKS, 44, CONWAY-ST. PRINCIPAL BIRKENHEAD mast**- 353. rjnHOS. pORTER & gOXS, J^TD., DIRECTORS. WEDDING (ARRIAa* PROPRIETORS, AMBULANCES, LIVERPOOL. The

PHARLES gTEPEEKS, 44, CONWAY-ST. PRINCIPAL BIRKENHEAD mast**- 353. rjnHOS. pORTER & gOXS, J^TD., DIRECTORS. WEDDING (ARRIAa* PROPRIETORS, AMBULANCES, LIVERPOOL. The

Business the abo*e Firm will CARRIED ON WITHOUT ANY INTERRUPTION from the Fir® which unfortunately taken plane. 208744
4 September 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BERMALINE BREAD contains minimum of starch. Advt. For red, rough, chapped, and bleeding hands, itching, burning palm«, and painful finger-ends,

BERMALINE BREAD contains minimum of starch. Advt. For red, rough, chapped, and bleeding hands, itching, burning palm«, and painful finger-ends,

shapeless nails, a one-night treatment works wonders. Directions: Soak hands, on retiring, in hot water and Cuticura goap. Dry, anoint with Cuticura Ointment, and wear soft old, ioc?e during the night. Cut»cura Soap and Ointment equally effective in promoting and and scalp healt
4 September 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 

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STOP PRESS.

STOP PRESS.

LATEST NEWS. RACING 3.o—King's Chancellor 1, East Vale 2, Gallniit Jack 3.o=—Barbed "W---? 2. Mrs 3« xaa
4 September 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
OUR LETTERBOX. LONELY SOLDIER'S APPEAL LADIES. WOMAN'S PART. METHODS OF RAISING RELIEF FUND. Private C. Bonner, No- 11478, Battalion* The

OUR LETTERBOX. LONELY SOLDIER'S APPEAL LADIES. WOMAN'S PART. METHODS OF RAISING RELIEF FUND. Private C. Bonner, No- 11478, Battalion* The

King's Own Regiment, writes: wae American sailor and now in Lord K' ci ener's arm/. have no one to write or cheer me up. get terribfc lonely here I would be very thankful if you print this, as I hope young lady wit faco it and write a card to me. Of course v- ill answer. You wil
4 September 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
TO KEEP YOUR HEALTH.

TO KEEP YOUR HEALTH.

There are two kinds of ill-health, One is actual disease like fever. The other is just being weak and unwell; and this kind very often leads to the other. catch diseases by infection; but it is much easier to resist infection it the general health is robust. Microbes do not like
4 September 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
GERMAN PRESS WAYS.

GERMAN PRESS WAYS.

A SECRET ORGANISATION REVEALED. White Paper published last night prints a despatch from Sir Edward Goschen, formerly British Ambassador in Berlin, dated from the German capital, February 27th last, transmitting report on the establishment under Government control of a powerful s
4 September 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
GERMAN HOPES OF PARIS.

GERMAN HOPES OF PARIS.

SUBMIT OR BE DESTROYED THE THREAT. Germany's aims are told in a Times ' message to-day from a Rosendaal (Holland) correspondent, who says: "I have been talking to-day German officer who has told me what the Germans think they are going to do. Position bv position and daj- by day
4 September 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England