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THIS MORNING'S NEWS.

THIS MORNING'S NEWS.

Since the news of tho proclamation British rule throughout Afghanistan, which, though anticipated, was none the less startling, nothing of importance has been received. the proclamation announcing the change promises of justice and benevolence from the British to the natives are
31 October 1879 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
CHOKED BY A BEEFSTEAK.

CHOKED BY A BEEFSTEAK.

man was found dead yesterday in a house Newark, kept by a Mrs. Evans, whose husband ia now in England. He proved to be John Burns, 78, Camden-street, a married man with three children. At first Mrs. Evans professed to know nothing about him. Af tor wards she admitted tbat was iv
31 October 1879 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
A POACHING AFFRAY

A POACHING AFFRAY

Yesterday, at Caerwys Sessions, before full bench magistrates, Joseph Blackwell, formerly a gamekeeper, was charged upon three warrants with night poaching Caerwys, and assaulting Edward Kllis and Edward Thomas, gamekeepers Mr. William Williams, Caerwys. It was shown the evidenc
31 October 1879 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ASSAULTING A WOMAN WITH A HATCHET.

ASSAULTING A WOMAN WITH A HATCHET.

At the Bootle Police Court, this morning, woman named Catherine Dowling was. charged, before Messrs. Hanson.aud Dent, with having violently assaulted Mary Ann Herd. Both womep live in Baleigh-street, and last week complainant's daughter was witness in case against the-prisoner.
17 November 1879 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
The Prince Alaraayu, who died at Leeds on Friday will be brought to Wiudsor, and his remains will be buried

The Prince Alaraayu, who died at Leeds on Friday will be brought to Wiudsor, and his remains will be buried

in the Royal vault, St. George's Chanel, Windsor Castle. The day of the funeral is not yet fixed. Tho troopship Himalaya sailed Saturday from Portsmouth for the ' 'ape with the families of the men of the third battalion of the Pities and '.list Regiment. At the Cape she will emb
17 November 1879 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 

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A Times Philadelphia telegram says hist week was the most eventful in the history of the New York Stock Exchange.

A Times Philadelphia telegram says hist week was the most eventful in the history of the New York Stock Exchange.

Dealings were enormous, the excitement reaching a wild pitch. Brokers were overwhelmed with orders, a large proportion of them being from people who never before dealt in stocks. A further extension of the Metropolitan Railway system will be opened for traffic on Monday next. co
17 November 1879 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE PRINCE AND PRINC

THE PRINCE AND PRINC

ESS OF WALES LONDON. SPEECH BY THE PRINCE. The Prince auel Princess of Wales to-day officiated at the opening of the new Medical Schools in connection with St. Bartholomew's Hospital. The Lord Mayor and several city functionaries attended. Their Royal Highnesses were conducted ov
3 November 1879 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
PROVISIONS. LIVERPOO

PROVISIONS. LIVERPOO

L, Monday. Beef, still scarce, is firmly held. Pork steady at the quotations. Bacon reported easier, but continued fair demand. Hams : A dull feeling prevails in the trade. Shoulders move but slowly * into consumption. Lard per cwt. lower, quiet thereat. Cheese and Butter remain
3 November 1879 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ACTION AGAINST A RAILWAY COMPANY.

ACTION AGAINST A RAILWAY COMPANY.

At the County Court, yesterday, an action was brought by Mr. Nicholas Robertson, of 11, Beaumont-street, gingcrbeer manufacturer, against tho London and North-Western Railway Company for value of a horse, which had to destroyed owing to ono of its fore foet being cut off by the
29 October 1879 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE COST OF THE ZULU WAR.

THE COST OF THE ZULU WAR.

of Natal, in letter dated September *• : "You may take it certain that -ulu war has tost uot less than eight millions, «»f lour and half estimated the *acellor of the Exchequer. have the best '"Writy for what I have stated above."
4 November 1879 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England