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HOUSE SERVANTS WANTED. GENERAL, experienced; three in family; personal refs ; 21 25; once.-" Moor-Une, Crosby. sleep jut; wasning.-Uau, ux»ni

HOUSE SERVANTS WANTED. GENERAL, experienced; three in family; personal refs ; 21 25; once.-" Moor-Une, Crosby. sleep jut; wasning.-Uau, ux»ni

/. evening. 150. Grove-rt. <f"i Servant; must Cave reta.-M.re. GENERAL; strong, reliable girt; refa.; lire out.- 17. Sevmour st.. Liverpool. 552755 fond children; good rete.- T.. Echo office. Wldnes. «5 ENKRAL, ProteaSStT 20 to icucea; g.-J. kitchens; excellent home.-87. Bedford
4 September 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
APARTMENTS TO LET. ALTON.-Comfortable Apartsnents gentJttman » wn.h or without jward.-lA. WA'rfcRLOO.-lidgJngs or . respectable umi i..< < liitdren -9

APARTMENTS TO LET. ALTON.-Comfortable Apartsnents gentJttman » wn.h or without jward.-lA. WA'rfcRLOO.-lidgJngs or . respectable umi i..< < liitdren -9

Sando_-«t. •» Private Room*; eovtb-K *' fronUge.-31, Alexandra-rd. (corner Crosbjr-r.il.. Furnish#-: station; every conreajencft; mod.-JJ 105, Echo office t Apiurtaients, for officers: neat camp; terms m»xierate.-5&7, office. Bootle. _ W ATER LOO. -Gentl•;car. as Paying ' able h
4 September 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
TO STOP THE ENEMY.

TO STOP THE ENEMY.

■- TO-DAY'S MESSAGE FROM PARIS GOVERNMENT. There has been no fighting Paris and the report from there to day is uring. follows Paris, Friday (12.45 m.}.—An offieia' munique from tbe military of Paris states with respect Army of Paris no contact with the en*.-. has Mien place sin
4 September 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MIGHT VERSUS RIGHT.

MIGHT VERSUS RIGHT.

WHAT BRITAIN'S STRUGGLE STANDS FOR. PREMIERS SPEECH, A CALL RING THROUGH THE EMPIRE. i REASSURING NEWS. GROUND FOR COMFORT AND PRIDE. , NAVY MESSAGE. CHURCHILL SAYS, "ENDURE AND CONQUER." The Premier announced that up to todny between 250,000 and 300,000 men had joined the Army,
4 September 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE LOST TORPEDO GUNBOAT SPEEDY.

THE LOST TORPEDO GUNBOAT SPEEDY.

[Prieetley.] -.1 -b. Speedy, an old g boat of 810 tons, which sank after striking mino with the loss man missing and one injured. The above photograph was taken of the ship when she was lea vine Lastham locks. 6
4 September 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
DARDANELLES.

DARDANELLES.

RUSSIAN VESSELS NO LONGER PASSING. Lloyd's message from the Dardanelles, dated September 5, says Russian vessels no Ipnger pass the Dardanelles.
4 September 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
3RD MILLION GROWING

3RD MILLION GROWING

-\, Relief Fmnd fco-dav reached ■he of £2,189,000.
4 September 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LIVERPOOL COTTON.

LIVERPOOL COTTON.

Spot.—American has been in only retail demand, and prices aro without change. Brazilian are unchanged. Egyptian unaltered. East Indian unchanged. Imports since Friday 19,954 bales, including 2,633 American.
4 September 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MANCHESTER TRADE

MANCHESTER TRADE

There will bo better chance for business when terms can be arranged about the high price of cotton. Negotiations are in progress for securing cotton at lower rates, then there will more work for tho mills. Cheaper cotton means, of course, depreciation in value of large stocks in
4 September 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LIVERPOOL CORN TRADE.

LIVERPOOL CORN TRADE.

WHEAT on the spot was firm, with a moderate demand, at 4d per cental over Tuesday's currencies, buP business was restricted thereby. MAIZE. —Spot parcels mot fair demand, but change in value from last market day Mas reported. FLOUR firm, and prices were raised about per sack, wi
4 September 1914 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England