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DESPERATE, ATTACK ON THE -POLICE.

DESPERATE, ATTACK ON THE -POLICE.

DESPERATE, ATTACK ON THE - POLICE. _ OR Monday, at dote. u Helens Polies Court, Peter Duckworth. a young men, of New-street, was .chaowed with drunkenness and with assaulting Consteble Staveley sod &epeeist Roby. Con- , amble Staveley Mated that eleven o'clock on SaVirship -night
18 September 1897 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
A LIVERPOOL MAN'S EXPLOIT.

A LIVERPOOL MAN'S EXPLOIT.

Peter Farrell, s native of Liverpool, wan charged at Ormskirk Pollee Court, on Monday, with doing wilful damage talfruit trees belonging to W. Pye, a **Weld Blundell Aims, Lydiate, on :Sunday. He obarged with assaulting Police-constable Maugban, who caught him in the The prisone
18 September 1897 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
(*Us and tads.

(*Us and tads.

(*Us and All They Said. The late Professor Jowett, during his tonne, tion with Balliol College, bed occasion to visit some of the farms belonging to the college near the Scottish borders. One of the leading tenants, a sturdy borderer of the Dandie Dininuat order, was deputed to t
18 September 1897 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Du Maurier and "Trilby.

Du Maurier and "Trilby.

- It seems that the amazing vogue of Trilby,' especially in the United States, a source of real &strew to the author of book, m it could , hardly fail to he to. man of sensitive tempera- , ment and critical faculty. Mr. finery James describes Do Manlier's feelings on the subject
18 September 1897 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
A Cool Customer.

A Cool Customer.

Some of the herring Saban have humorous as I as stirring yarns to relate of their life at see. , One worthy tells aframusing story, &hewing how indifferent fishermen danger and health. "I mind me," says he,"of an incident which I shall ' never forget as long as I live. A gale ha
18 September 1897 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
FATAL &DESTRUCTIVE TYPHOON.

FATAL &DESTRUCTIVE TYPHOON.

A typhoonwm emperienced at Ynkohamaon the 9th inst, causing floods and much loss of life and property. The German cruise- Irene stranded in Yokohama Harbour but was floated next tide without having sustained any damage. The Norwwian barque Alette, timber laden, became a total wr
18 September 1897 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
DEPREDATIONS OF MOORISH PIRATES.

DEPREDATIONS OF MOORISH PIRATES.

I DESPATCH OF AN ITALIAN WARSHIP. An Italian warship has been ordered to return in conneetien with the piratical attseka of Riffs. It has transpired that the three Portuguese tailors brought to the Pirreua by the captain of a British vessel. belenged to the Porto; geese barque R
18 September 1897 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
A PREMATURE MARRIAGE.

A PREMATURE MARRIAGE.

Simeon Whitehouse, • roller. and Harriet, hia wife—a mere hi, and girl in Napeeranoe—at the Wedruerlairy Police Court on Tumidey, told, in recriminatory faslii,m, low they had married in haste and repented, not exactly at but soon. The young lady said her wedded life began on th
18 September 1897 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
INTERESTING MARRIAGE.

INTERESTING MARRIAGE.

• A interesting wedding took plaee ret Tusaidey afternoon at Woodchurch, when Mi. Helena Dennis, youngest daughter of Mr. James H. Dmania of Arrowe-hall, was married to Mr. Charles Robert Crompton, son of Mr. George Crompton, of Stanton-hull, Not. tingham. The happy event create
18 September 1897 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SIR ISAAC HOLDEN'S FORTUNE.

SIR ISAAC HOLDEN'S FORTUNE.

It ie an open want the London oorrespon• dent of the ' Menohaster during the few years a Sir I. Holden's tui Weed something like two milliom sterling among the members of his Wally, so that when the per sonalty is shortly public it will he oonsider: ably smaller than hm been exp
18 September 1897 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England