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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
 
THE LULL IN THE WEST.

THE LULL IN THE WEST.

HAIG SAYS NOTHING OF SPECIAL INTEREST. The French Expert Commentator, in his midnight review, writes: Flanders the weather improved, and British troops carried out effective artillery work against enemy batteries. The action undertaken by our allies continue* the form of methodi
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
 
SIR J. P. JONES.

SIR J. P. JONES.

DEATH OF PERSONAL FRIEND OF THE PREMIER. A great personal friend of Mr. Lloyd George died to-day in the person of Sir John Prichard Jones. Prom 1872 until June, 1914, he was principal of the great drapery firm of Messrs. Dickins and Jone», Regent-street, which he founded. Sir Jo
17 October 1917 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
OILWORKS STRIKE.

OILWORKS STRIKE.

- 275 MEN COME OUT AT BIRKENHEAD. employees of the Birkenhead Vacuum Oilworks, numbering- about 275, came out on Btrike to-day, and result a large number of dock labourers and carters were unable to work. The men recently held a meeting, at which they demanded more wages, and al
17 October 1917 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
HIS NATIONALITY.

HIS NATIONALITY.

A SEACOMBE DAIRYMAN AND MILITARY SERVICE. interesting adjourned case regarding the nationality and liability to military service of a dairyman named Louis Harris was heard at Wallasey to-dav before Messrs. C. R. B. M'Gilchrist and J. T. Chester. The defendant, for whom Mr. Swanc
17 October 1917 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BRITISH BOMB BRUGES DOCKS AGAIN.

BRITISH BOMB BRUGES DOCKS AGAIN.

SEVERAL TONS OF EXPLOSIVES DROPPED; LULL BATTLEFIELD CONTINUES. To-night's War Summary TO-NIGHT'S PETROGRAD COMMUNIQUE ADMITS THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE ENEMY'S SUCCESS ON THE ISLAND OF OESEL Russian detachments were pressed back, communication between Oesel and Moon has been interr
17 October 1917 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THE "GLOBE" OUTBURST.

THE "GLOBE" OUTBURST.

It stated that the extraordinary outbursts in the London " Globe " (of which we have given some extracts)' criticising the Prime Minister are likely to be raised in the Commons. The statements made have aroused much indignation, and it felt that extraordinary comment should not
17 October 1917 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
LOUD-SPEAKER SYSTEM

LOUD-SPEAKER SYSTEM

While in gaol awaiting trial, Kramer wrote to his wife expressing anxiety over the welfare of the children. He has since received a reply, but his wife did not tell him where she was staying. A loud-speaker system was installed in the courtroom overnight, as the first two days o
19 September 1945 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
WITHOUT SUCCOUR

WITHOUT SUCCOUR

Colonel Backhouse read an affidavit by Colonel James Alexander Johnson. R.A.M.C., who entered Belsen April 17. This said; In camp No. 1 the prisoners were a mass of humanity, emaciated, apathetic, and without succour, and huddled together in huts, many of them without blankets.
19 September 1945 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England