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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
 
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
 
THE NELSON DAY CEREMONY.

THE NELSON DAY CEREMONY.

Sunday next, the 21st inst., is Nelsons Day, which will observed by the Liverpool Navy League follows}— The Nelson Monument on the Exchange Flags will be decorated, and wreaths will L*' placed there to the memory of Nelaon, and also the memory of naval officers and sailors who h
17 October 1917 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE CAMOUFLAGE.

THE CAMOUFLAGE.

Verse On The Gentle Art Of Disguising Things. A week ago heard the Gorman Navy Was in the very dickens of a mess ; and Co. were fairly iu the gravy, And mutiny triumphant—more less Proclaimed the only workable solution For Herman ills was social revolution. Another crisis, much
17 October 1917 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 

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TRAGIC STORY.

TRAGIC STORY.

"BROKEN" DOCTOR WHO TOOK TO thp:ft. An extraordinary story was told at Preston Sessions, to-day, when Charles Frederick Bell, Royal Army Medical Corps, a native of Bilston. Staffordshire, was sentenced to eighteen months' imprisonment for stealing leather suitcase from Millstone
17 October 1917 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LIVERPOOL, AWAKE!

LIVERPOOL, AWAKE!

Is the Liverpool Food Control Committee in a twilight sleep (asks correspondent of the "Daily Post")? They have not fixed the price of milk for October, but promise to consider the question next Monday. By then three-quarters of the month will have gone. Most local committees fi
17 October 1917 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS

MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS

BUTTER. OOJiK, WHDJfEaOAT. —No quotations CLYDE CRUSHED SUGAR. WJiDNKSOAY, - OfSctai ju&r*€t> staaciy CATTLE. WAKEFIELD, WEDKISI>Ay.-La«ht supplies and tinner prices Made to be aiow, best beef wbLs- S5 ii per lb., secondary IJ-. Sttaii young sheep xaad® 1/4, mediaro-aiaed 1/3 't
17 October 1917 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
News has been received of the death l aotion Lieutenant A. I. Sleel, Coldstream Guards, son of the late Mr.

News has been received of the death l aotion Lieutenant A. I. Sleel, Coldstream Guards, son of the late Mr.

A. G. Steel, K.C., famous Lancashire cricketer.
17 October 1917 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
JOYLESS RIDES.

JOYLESS RIDES.

NEW ORDER FINISHES ALL PLEASURE MOTORING. (" ECHO " SPECIAL.) The iha Motor Spirit Restriction Ofdff, which comes into Operation <_»n the first of next, month, has not bee grasped by the general .hire. I. is measure which designed have drastic effects, and not-only will itsopera
17 October 1917 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England