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HONOURS FOR LORD CHELMSFORD.

HONOURS FOR LORD CHELMSFORD.

The Colonial Seoretary contemplates recommending Lord Chelmsford to her Majesty for the Order of St. Michael ami St. George, in recognition his services South Africa.
27 November 1879 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LIVERPOOL TOWN COUNCIL.

LIVERPOOL TOWN COUNCIL.

MEETING THIS DAY. adjourned meeting of the Town Council was held to-day, at the Town Hall, his Worship the Mayor (Mr. Alderman Hall) presiding. The other members present were Aldermen Sir A. IJ. Walker, Bennett, Rigby, Chambres, Weightman, Jennings, Hubback, Boyd, Samuelson, and
12 November 1879 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
The youthful Abyssinian Prince, who is now staying at Leeds and ill-health, is reported to a little stronger. JSoticf.— Large

The youthful Abyssinian Prince, who is now staying at Leeds and ill-health, is reported to a little stronger. JSoticf.— Large

purchases at "> per cent, off cost prices. Gentlemen's best Silk Hats, French Pelt Hats Youths', Boys', and Children's hard and soft Felt Hats of all descriptions • and real Soal Turbans, kc. Henochsberg and Ellis herewith notify they have purchased tbe whole the stock, as above
12 November 1879 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THIS MORNING'S NEWS.

THIS MORNING'S NEWS.

Liverpool Echo. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 14, 1880. The probabilities of the naval demonstration being carried -out are, it is said, not diminished by the latest news from Constantinople. correspondent telegraphs that the change of Ministry at Constantinople was due to the Sultan's ref
14 September 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ST. JAMES'S HALL.

ST. JAMES'S HALL.

Mr. Sam Hague's popular place of entertainroesl still ccmtniucs hold its own with the publicol Liverpool, despite the counter attractions the numerous other places of amusement in the city. The programme for the present week may be said to be a unique specimen of the judicious m
14 September 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
FUNERAL OF LIEUTENANT E. WATKIN WILLIAMS WYNN.

FUNERAL OF LIEUTENANT E. WATKIN WILLIAMS WYNN.

Vesterday the funeral of Lieut. E. Watkin Williams Wynn (heir presumptive to Sir Watkin ynn. Hart., AI.P.), who was drowned at Windsor under circumstances already reported, took place at Cefn Church, near St. Asaph, in the presence of a largo condourse of persons, including the
14 September 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
TRADES' UNION CONGRESS AT DUBLIN.

TRADES' UNION CONGRESS AT DUBLIN.

TRADES' UNION CONGRESS DUBLIN. The thirteenth annual Trades Union Congress opened yesterday morning the Antieut Concertrooms, Brunswick-street, Dublin. Mr. Shipton, chairman of the Parliamentary Committee, presided ex-ojtficio; and delegates attended representing about 120 societ
14 September 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SUFFOCATED BABES.

SUFFOCATED BABES.

An inquest was held to-day, before Mr. Clarke Aspinall, city coroner, on the body Eliza Williams, the infant child of William Williams, a carter living 1 Court, Thurlow-street. At half-past eleven on Saturday night last the deceased was taken to bed, and at half-past four tho ne
14 September 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE SUEZ CANAL.

THE SUEZ CANAL.

Paris, Mat 27,—The general meeting of the shareholders of the Suez Canal Company was held to-day, at which the annual report of M. I.essops was read. It stated tbat the net profits amounted to 2,714,580f, showing a decrease of l,4i2,ltfef as compared with last year, the result o
28 May 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
CHARGE OF BIGAMY.

CHARGE OF BIGAMY.

Police Court, Edward Cropper, collier, waa Drought on a charge of bigamously intermarrying with on® Mary Ann Bnllen on the 28th April last, hie wife* Mwy Cropper, being still alive. It appeared that the complaint was made the police by the first wife, who had been living apart f
28 May 1880 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England