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ABANDONED BABY.

ABANDONED BABY.

A NEW BRIGHTON SERVANT CHARGED. There wns sequel, Wallasey, to-day, to the recent abandoning of a six-months-old baby girl jn Manor-lane, Ijscard, when, a, result, as we are officially informed, of the publication of the photograph and description in the "Echo" on Friday last, M
17 October 1917 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE NAVY REVOLT.

THE NAVY REVOLT.

12,000 SAILORS INVOLVED— i SHIPS BLOWN UP. The " Evening Sun," of New York, prints a story of the German naval revolt written participant, Second-Lieutenant Rudolph Clladpeider, formerly attaohed to the sunken cruiser Magdeburg, who escaped to Switzerland after the outbreak. dec
17 October 1917 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
UNCONSCIOUS FOR A MONTH.

UNCONSCIOUS FOR A MONTH.

The death took place at Skelmeredale, yesterday, miner named David Piatt, Aged 49 years, after had laid home for nearly month in an condition. It appears that on September 18th la«t met with accident while following his employment the White Moss Colliery, Skelmersdale, a pit pro
17 October 1917 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
FATE UNKNOWN: TRIED TO REACH COAST.

FATE UNKNOWN: TRIED TO REACH COAST.

+ ALL THE ISLAND OF OESEL LOST TO THE RUSSIANS; PETROGRAD'S REPORT TO DAY. German Dreadnought Strikes Baltic Mine.
17 October 1917 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BRUGES AGAIN BOMBED.

BRUGES AGAIN BOMBED.

NAVAL FLIERS BRING DOWN ENEMY MACHINE. THE ADMIRALTY, Wednesday. On the night of 15tli-16th a bombing raid was carried out by naval aircraft on Bruges Dock, on which objective many tons of bombs were dropped During October one of our fighterpatrols brought down a two-seater enem
17 October 1917 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 

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NO COMMUNICATION

NO COMMUNICATION

RUSSIANS LOSE TOUCH WITH THEIR FORCES. TROOPS GLOOMY STORY FROM THE BALTIC AREA. A message to-day says:— competent naval circles the situation the Baltic Sea is said be follows: While our fleet in the zone of operations is being pressed German forces four times its strength, our
17 October 1917 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LIVERPOOL "OUR DAY."

LIVERPOOL "OUR DAY."

18 expecting to visit the » Newsroom, the Cotton thft \ roduoe Exchange " Our Day." In • a handsome banner, represent. e tw o flags of The King's (Liverpool Regiment) will sold. The banner, which o-iff u * design and workmanship, is the • , , Alr - Herbert Levy, and will unique
17 October 1917 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
An old-age pen nerB ' club has been formed

An old-age pen nerB ' club has been formed

17 October 1917 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
WOUNDED TWICE, NOW KILLED.

WOUNDED TWICE, NOW KILLED.

Sergeant Ben Cohen, C est son Mr. and Mrs. • , Great Alounfc was Kl "j. 2Uf A t" Sep*; h J> de jX circle \ e • he was known- Sergeant B. Uoheh.
17 October 1917 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MUNITIONS OF W'^PTHE GOVERNMENT URGENTLY REQUIRE ! SCRAP COPPER, BRASS, ZINC, LEAD, &c. In Lota not lea than 1 Cash

MUNITIONS OF W'^PTHE GOVERNMENT URGENTLY REQUIRE ! SCRAP COPPER, BRASS, ZINC, LEAD, &c. In Lota not lea than 1 Cash

delivery. Authorised Meivhants, COWARD AND UPPER FREDERICK-STREET,' LIM2RPOOL Telephone 2793 Royal. Established 1892. 27029 RANTED, WASTE PAPER LEDGERS, with Cover® ..............at 10.'- ewt. Without Covsts -at 14/- LETTERS AND at cwt. MAGAZINES. BOOKS, CATALOGUES. Sc. 8/6 TERM
17 October 1917 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England