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THIS MORNING'S NEWS.

THIS MORNING'S NEWS.

Liverpool Echo. WEDNESDAY, JULY 2fi, 1893. Tho Erie Railway has again passed into t» hands receiver. This step has been ken by the directors protect the interests of the shareholders, and has been uecessitatoi tightness of money New York. The fortnightly settlement commenced on
26 July 1893 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE QUALMS OF CONSCIENCE.

THE QUALMS OF CONSCIENCE.

A CONFESSION OF HOUSEBREAKING. the City Tolice Court, this morning, before Mr. Stewart, Thomas Owens, aged thirty, was charged with breaking into the dwelling house of Robert Jones, in a court off Palm-street, early on Sunday morning, the loth inst..anl stealing therefrom 2s, pe
26 July 1893 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
TATTLE FROM "TRUTH."

TATTLE FROM "TRUTH."

coal strike does more harm than cne in any other industry, because many are thrown of other employments by it. As regards the strike vow pending, I do not pretend to know whether tbe pit owners or the pitmen are in the right. The former, however, propose arbitration and the latt
26 July 1893 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ECHOES OF PUBLIC OPINION.

ECHOES OF PUBLIC OPINION.

TEE OF SIAM. A POINT OF JURISPRUDENCE. Thn Daily says:—We pointed out yesterday that a blockade which need recognised by the neutral Powers must blockade between belligerents. Sir Edward Grey puts the fact ia another way by that tho declaration a blockade an act of war. We prefe
26 July 1893 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MUSIC FOR THE PEOPLE.

MUSIC FOR THE PEOPLE.

Shore Fields.—Under the auspices the Kvrle Society. Messrs. Cops Bros, and Co.'s Band (conductor, Mr. J. B. Ridge) will the following programme at tha Fields, Tov.teto, this evening, a quarter-past seven Quickstep- "The King George ValM—" Ferryman John Otto Roster Foataaia—" La
26 July 1893 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 

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THE CONFESSION OF MURDER AT LIVERPOOL.

THE CONFESSION OF MURDER AT LIVERPOOL.

PRISONER BEFORE THE MANCHESTER BENCH. f [special telegram,] The Daniel Lj ons, who on Monday at Liverpool made a confession to the police that he .had poisoned Mary "Ward, in Manchester, in 1880, and who was handed over by the Liverpool police to a Manchester detective, was brou
26 July 1893 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MEETING OF THE GRAND THEATRE CREDITORS.

MEETING OF THE GRAND THEATRE CREDITORS.

MEETING THE GRAND THEATRE CREDITORS. / MR. ROACH'S AFT AIRS. the offices of the Official Receiver. Victoriastreet, to-day, the first meeting of the creditors of Mr. J. T. P. Roach, leesee of the Grand Theatre, Paradise-street, was held. The affairs of ths estate showed gross liab
26 July 1893 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THIS DAY'S RACING.

THIS DAY'S RACING.

GOODWOOD MEETING. The early promises of beautif nl weather being associated with tae second day racing were somewhat marred when thunderstorm, accompanied by heavy rain, passed over Chichester about ten o'clock. Matters, however, improved again before midday, when another heavy
26 July 1893 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ON THE HIGH ROAD TO PENAL SERVITUDE.

ON THE HIGH ROAD TO PENAL SERVITUDE.

HOUSEBREAKING AT SOUTHPORT. At tbe Liverpool Assizes, day. Robert twenty-three years of age, baker, pleaded guilty to having Southport on the 17th July broken into the dwelling-house of James and stolen quantity of wearing apparel. His lordship remarked that the prisoner had bee
26 July 1893 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
TERRIBLE FAMINE IN CHINA.

TERRIBLE FAMINE IN CHINA.

HORRIBLE SCENES OF CANNIBALTSM. [dalziel's teleobah.] San Francisco, Wednesday.—Naws received here from Hong Kong states that a famine is raging the Chinese Province of Shansi, children being sold their parents for two dollars each, rather than see them die. Thousands fell by th
26 July 1893 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England