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EXTRA SIC DISCOUNTS FOR CASH GILROYS

EXTRA SIC DISCOUNTS FOR CASH GILROYS

The Noeth's Largest Furniture and
3 January 1973 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Carpet Warrliovse. btablished 192$

Carpet Warrliovse. btablished 192$

ALL GOODS SUBIECT TO AVAILABILITY AND ALL SIZES APPROXIMATE.
3 January 1973 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
to do

to do

Sir have noted two reasons for late Christmas mail. The Echo (December 27) quotes a spokesman: " We have now cleared this backlog which would have been avoided had people posted in time." The advised date was December 18. The same morning's radio news Mr. Jackson admitted late d
3 January 1973 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
days

days

3 January 1973 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
30 miles

30 miles

greeting cards did not read► us until after Christmas. Most of the ones I received on Wednes- day, December 27 are stamped by the Post Office on December 18 and 19 and some of these with 3p stamps to ensure quick delivery. Over a week for a local •delivery is to say the least th
3 January 1973 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
EASIER AND SAFER BY CANAL

EASIER AND SAFER BY CANAL

Sir—l wish to refer to your "Comment" "Acid Tankers" (December 28). Surely the easiest and safest way to carry acids and corrisives would be by water, i.e. canal? A motorised barge, with butty could move much larger loads and tonnage than road tankers, in perfect safety. The doc
3 January 1973 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Fears and phobias

Fears and phobias

Sir,—Regarding your articles on fears and phobias, it should be broight to the notice of the folk of Merseyside that there is in existence an orisation to help agoraphobic people, name y The Open Door, a national organisation of some 3,500 members. It interested Mr. Greville Jen
3 January 1973 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Not of the world

Not of the world

Sir,—l have read the article by Gabriel Carr (December 27) and I can verify what he saw. Two or three years ago I had occasion to take an interest in the stars. One night I looked south where I saw two stars. I though I saw one move towards the other and concentrated my gaze and
3 January 1973 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Retired matron open verdict

Retired matron open verdict

Although he returned an open verdict, the West Cheshire coroner said he did not think there was any need for further police inquiries into the death of a retired hospital matron. _ _ The inquest, held at Neston, related to the death of Miss Margery Mooreby, aged 83, of 28, Shrew
3 January 1973 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
tug

tug

When the Alexandra Towing C omp any's , Wapping, wh ich is well known on the River Mersey, arrives in Gibral- tar shortly, she will be the first of the company's s to be permanently based in an overseas port. The Wapping (166 tons), leaves Swansea this week for harbour and coast
3 January 1973 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England