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SPAN’S WAR CRIMINALS

SPAN’S WAR CRIMINALS

Emperor Was Deceived
19 September 1945 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
fUTURE POLICY

fUTURE POLICY

- TOKIO. Wednesday. I» * Hißashi-Kimi. Japanese 6 minister, told Allied "war :)on^en that the Japanese i_ . ry to punish their own war "finals. ,ls Mistake the war began and He did *i. r(?pea it.” he said. ? oi.- • tielieve the Emperor was e ' ' as deceived by Md c i° him. Nor i
19 September 1945 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
homing results

homing results

and Son 1162.45. .. Evans 1145.95. Howell 1191.71. J, and Spencer 1099.8. S. StoclTdale 1094.8 1085.1. and Jones 1197.64 iwkins, sen., 1164.04 1171.74. Hill Bros .64.29. iros. 1197 and 1196 Bros. 1179,27. W , Curtis and Ross 1156.04 Graham 1174.98. E. R Hardle 1003!02. ALLEY.—Sm
19 September 1945 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Ed' 3 $ x

Ed' 3 $ x

19 September 1945 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
£90,000,000 AID

£90,000,000 AID

PROMISED BY CANADA TO FRANCE PARIS, Wednesday. The Canadian Government has promised General de Gaulle aid to the extent of 350,000,000 doUars (nearly £90,000,000) in food supplies, freighters, agricultural machinery and metallurgical products, according to statement Major-Genera
19 September 1945 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SOUTHPORT £1,250 POST

SOUTHPORT £1,250 POST

DEPUTY GAS ENGINEER RECOMMENDED Mr. H. J. Risby, who had been deputy gas engineer to Southport Corporation since December, 1939, nas been recommended for the position of engineer in succession to Mr. John L. Anderson, who has been acting engineer for the same period. There were
19 September 1945 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MORE GOOD NEWS CABLES

MORE GOOD NEWS CABLES

More good news cables from prisoners released from Japanese hands have been received at the following addresses: Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Noakes, 10 Taplow Street. AnSeld, Liverpool 6. from their son. Gunner Arthur Noakes, R.A., a Singapore captive, now In Colombo. M-s. Crowther 29 Ma
19 September 1945 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Heroes Of Kirkby Explosion Receive Awards Two thousand R.O.F. Avorkers at Kirkby saw the presentation of awards marking distinguished conduct

Heroes Of Kirkby Explosion Receive Awards Two thousand R.O.F. Avorkers at Kirkby saw the presentation of awards marking distinguished conduct

in the disastrous explosion there on September 15, 1944. Here are the recipients. Left right—Foreman William James Panton (B.E.M. and George Medal); Shop Manager James Shanks Murdock (B.E.M. and George Medal); Factory Development Officer Richard Arthur Samuel Bywater (George Cro
19 September 1945 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
THROWN OUT OF CART

THROWN OUT OF CART

KILLED WHEN HORSE BOLTED AT ST. HELENS A verdict of 44 Death by misadventure” was returned by Deputy-Coroner A. V. Cunliffe at the inquest, at St. Helens, to-day, on William Kerfoot, aged 67, coal merchant, of 198 Nutgrove Road, St. Helens. Mrs. Florence Lawrenson, of Nutgrove R
19 September 1945 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
“Islands” On The Sea— British Feat In 1941 young mvciitor—Mr. U. left are tho air-filie«l Hosts hinged Hamilton Victoria Street,

“Islands” On The Sea— British Feat In 1941 young mvciitor—Mr. U. left are tho air-filie«l Hosts hinged Hamilton Victoria Street,

London— then together by wire. the right is the m th. Navy, ““toonl ii™ 6 (eat by,6o M- but a 50 m.n.h. along a tairaulin stretched Lily 2.500 feet long, three times the over tho river fora- rro ™ idea 6 ze of our largest aircraft-earner, oould there emerged brs * Blir, be taken
19 September 1945 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England