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29 August 1938 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
DETERRED TERM

DETERRED TERM

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29 August 1938 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
From Pulpit And Pew

From Pulpit And Pew

ADVANTAGES OF THE METHODIST ITINERARY SVSIEM; BISHOP OF WARRINGTON ON FOREIGN MISSIONS Church Lifc And Personalities On Merseyside; Weekly ECHO Causerie By **Layman" Sunday next will he one of the most, interesting days of the year for' Methodists on Merseyside. for then a numbe
29 August 1938 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
N'ITHOUT SECURITY

N'ITHOUT SECURITY

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29 August 1938 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
RUNCORN BRIDGE REPAIRS

RUNCORN BRIDGE REPAIRS

The Old Quay swingbridge at Runcorn has been closed in order that repairs can be effected. The work is expected to last three weeks. Meanwlille the Manchester Ship Canal Co. have provided a floating gangway with two barges and a ferry tug is also available for pedestrians and tr
29 August 1938 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
"WHY IN THE STREET?"

"WHY IN THE STREET?"

From Our Own Correspondent ST. HELENS, Monday. Pointed remarks about the danger of children playing in the roadway, were made by the deputy-coroner (Mr. R. W. Brighouse, at a St. Helens inquest. to-day, on a two-years-old child, Thomas Kavanagh, of Whiteside Avenue, St. Helens,
29 August 1938 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
WITHOUT BOOTS

WITHOUT BOOTS

When detained by Constable Bradburn accused was without boots or shoes,' which, be said, be had left in a nearby lane. Detective Mott found bloodstains on the framework of the window and the, curtain, and accused, when taken into' custody, was found to have a fresh cut' on the l
29 August 1938 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ALLEGED STAGGERING

ALLEGED STAGGERING

Tallant continued a short distance, and then walked back to the scene of the accident. Ha staggered, it was alleged, his speech was thick, and he smelled strongly of drink. He returned to hia ear and, when told to get out, fell into the constable's arms. The constable formed the
29 August 1938 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
FELL DOWN THE HOLD

FELL DOWN THE HOLD

WATERLOO SHIP'S FOREMAN BADLY INJURED A ship's foreman, William Wilson. aged 48, of Oakdale Road. Waterloo, Will , detained in Bootle General Hospital, to-day, with a fractured skull and broken right thigh, sustained when he fell down the hold of the s.s. Clan ICameron in Alexan
29 August 1938 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Haiday Friaidships

Haiday Friaidships

Swift, intimate, and fleeting were thoec , holiday friendships. They were born in an atmosphere most conducive to happy companiirnship Here were new arei interesting places to be explored. time and routine all forgotten in the generous freedom of holiday. Here every day could he
29 August 1938 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England