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AN AUTOCRAT.

AN AUTOCRAT.

Mr. Downton (visiting suburban friend) : " Who was that man just took off your hat to ? " Mr. Subhubs " Him ? He's the engineer of our villiage waterworks, and if we don't act with proper humility in his presence, he shuts off the pressure and we can't wash, much less sprinkle o
29 April 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
EXTRAORDINARY NESTING PLACE

EXTRAORDINARY NESTING PLACE

An extraordinary roosting place has been made by a lien belonging to Nlr.Novcott, farraer,of Stratham, near Warrinwton. It appears that the hen has been missed for some time, but on one of the servants making her usual rounds the cackler was seen peeping out above the spout on t
29 April 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
INQUEST AT THE HOUSE OF' FHE LORD CHIEF JUSTICE.

INQUEST AT THE HOUSE OF' FHE LORD CHIEF JUSTICE.

INQUEST AT THE HOUSE FHE LORD CHIEF JUSTICE. On Saturday afternoon an inquest was held at Tad worth-court, Epsom, the residence of the Lord Chief Justice of England. on the body of Mr. Edaa ard John Charks Leeming, a gentleman of indepeudent means, who was on a visit to Tadworth-
29 April 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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29 April 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
A WOMAN FATALLY STABBED.

A WOMAN FATALLY STABBED.

A shocking tragedy oecin red on Monday night at ' Durham, resulting in the death of a woman named Mary Hardy, or Mitchell, who was fatally stabbed in her own house. ;Samuel Mitchell, a groom, with whom cb!ce e d had hivei, met a ' policeman about midnight and asked lum to go to
29 April 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
AN AFGHAN RAM.

AN AFGHAN RAM.

A body of Afghans from the village of letia raided the village of Burki, in the Upper Kurrum Valley, on Friday last. The raiders, who were armed with rides, fired on some of the villagers who attempted to hinder their looting operations, and decamped with many head of cattle. Th
29 April 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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29 April 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
HIGH WATER AT LIVERPOOL.. trgox HOLDEN'S TIDE TABLE., April. Morn. flgt. Even. )Tgt. Saturday 4thSund.aft.Easter 30 .. 1 56 ..

HIGH WATER AT LIVERPOOL.. trgox HOLDEN'S TIDE TABLE., April. Morn. flgt. Even. )Tgt. Saturday 4thSund.aft.Easter 30 .. 1 56 ..

16 10 .. 220 .. 16 5 May. Monday Tuesday Wednesday 3 .. 4 52 .. 13 8 .. 530 .. 13 6 Thursday 4 .. 6 13 .. 13 7 .. 654 .. 13 11 Friday CHANGES OF THE MOON. Last Quarter May 2. sh. 47:n. evening New Moon May 9, 52. 39m. evenin; First Quarter May 17, 52. 13m. evening Full Moon May
29 April 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
AT BETTWS•Y-COED AND LLANBERIS. The Duke and Duchess of York, with Lord and Lady Carrington, left Gwydyr Castle on Thursday

AT BETTWS•Y-COED AND LLANBERIS. The Duke and Duchess of York, with Lord and Lady Carrington, left Gwydyr Castle on Thursday

morning, driving to Llanberis through some of the most picturesque scenery in North Wales. Their Royal Highnesses made a halt at Bettws-y-Coed, where the members of the District Council, with representatives of the Llantwst and Festiniog Councils, were assembled in front of the
29 April 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
METROPOLITAN GOSSIP. Although the arrangements were strictly infomal, was wanting to give eclat to the departure of Redvers Buller from

METROPOLITAN GOSSIP. Although the arrangements were strictly infomal, was wanting to give eclat to the departure of Redvers Buller from

Waterloo on Saturday afternoon. Mingling with the crowd of distinguished officers intent on giving a good send-off to an old rod popular comrade were representatives of a:1 that is best ie the life of the country. The I).!ke of Cambridge, bowed and white, but still fall f martia
21 October 1899 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England