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  • For Years: 1900 - 1949
  • Type: Illustrated

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

29 Jun 1934

launched by Lady Brown at Camniell Laird's Shipyard, Birkenhead, to-day. Inset below are Sir Harold and Lady Brown. Traded As Pirates Unlimited Mon Who Began Business On Wife's Dowry A Liverpool mau who adopted the title of Pirates Unlimited as his trade

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

17 Feb 1922

GRNAT Mr. MAKENZIE9 SPE LONDON'S B LIST. RILLIANT CIA DIADLI MUD at am laird t. ova a. rear I I remelt's, vl l ler named tO ell eels Dear ban 6 'lll 11. 7 laid I II ler la • 7. Z t c .nt ur Mae DO AS ADOVII•SANIIDPATIE LINTS AND CUS OAST OVA NUNDOIDS

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

5 Nov 1908

Demon Mr. Corkhill mentioned that Fesso had been A goods train of nineteen • 4 r akr Penrod • Moreno. .. bedded to the Meals l'etnntittee among themselves , which, in No far as they aa•Mr P 9 Bateerd's tln inter .. that of Iron , and an was Mr. opp said

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

21 Nov 1910

elves • welliviest. At regard. &ewe* preanectiro saajarila. • teeter it.. law white Mr F. A. Geedwis' looted for • ilsosamed Mr. Mmietwed me vibe fifes. bud./ nee mad Mr. C. H. Hoerr& evader., would satilled with ear Hite than p. therms/. Or Chshser's rotas'

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Leigh Chronicle and Weekly District Advertiser

Leigh Chronicle and Weekly District Advertiser Lancashire, England

23 Oct 1914

corneb. laird Mw on the left,” PtamdsiL ■ »7 || ,” ited , l0 “»ON'M» FOB ■UVDAT-FTAT-AT-BOHBi. ■tnuMd in, weariiiu .trictly KabUt^prmmtt. > . i°g’*- , bee Any Tlfan. XM Ob# #r two oatioed hi# tell flgute >nd ipok# to ™“ “°* ** P rom bB«»#». him, bat hi# muwora

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

29 May 1948

L L4 6. A.A)vg% Clerk to the Southport Justices Mr Cairns h.,' .1 14 W. Nee 4 and 2 A I. Hartwell. L.L.M SCOTLAND v. WALES -- rk,,:,,.,,• norm, n, st , M., Jean Dr4,lr! Mrs .s:. 'Nice; Sey. .5 and 2. Mrs A. 11.•:m tralM::e M Barron. lip. Miss Charles Stowe

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Manchester Evening News

Manchester Evening News Lancashire, England

14 Mar 1939

gross (£10,862 net). Mr. George Anthony Bell, of The Hill, Chellaston, Derbyshire, a member of the R.A.F. Volunteer Reserve, killed when his machine crashed into the Rolls-Royce Works at Derby, left £3,451 gross (£3,346 net). Mr. Albert Whitehead. Hargate

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

8 Feb 1929

In The Limelight Next Week. MR. OEORGE ROBEY IN HIS NEW ENTERTAINMENT IN OTHER WORDS TO REPLACE THE EMPIRE PANTOMIME: FIRST VISIT OF MR. EDGAR WAL LACE'S NEW THRILLER. THE gQUEAKER FOR THE COURT: MR. SHAUN GL ENVILLE BACK To VARIETY. Annie So vivid

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

6 May 1920

and e.der folk. Colonel Wright his a great scheme in hand, and everybody will wish bun the best of success. Wanted. a Golf Comma. I should Mewled it you could find room for this letter in the hope that the subject aught his on. tak m en ore up „,rd b. am

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

24 Sep 1930

kationalll.. U 4 12 Mr A P t unitB. • Gala Mura..B Caralake 0 4 A 8 W J 0 5 8 5 Mr Plaits, • 7.6. Latly..ft NUMMI 0 4 Mr M•rommt. -.—.11 Nrge U 3 8 2 Mr 8 L Glarapuul's Mutual 0 7 13 Mr Motkr4 flawl/•11/114metronson (I 7 12 Mr J W Sharpie. Fr.'s Pout

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Leigh Chronicle and Weekly District Advertiser

Leigh Chronicle and Weekly District Advertiser Lancashire, England

24 Apr 1914

they been left alone. laird Lilford has in which he was born. has worked the ; taken best possible course to stimulate the estate for years, and has an nnblcmished dislikes and to justify Mr. Lloyd character. He is resolute in his determination , ~ . not

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Liverpool Daily Post

Liverpool Daily Post Lancashire, England

10 Oct 1906

n yesterday Mr. Frank Jnacph was again nominated as municipal candidate for the wanl. His action in the City Council in proposing an amendment to the resolution sympathy with the licensing magistrates having been adversely eriticiaed. Mr. Joseph explained

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

22 Apr 1912

U.. MOS FITE WHAT HE TOLD HIS COMPANION. HEIR TO CS= =ODIN'S The New York of the cables an with the Mr. Sewed. a Pow York lawyer. Mao a.. Mr. Stoats travail* maid bows bow Mr dird. Mr. war berg wad= deo mar Whether urged as baud or ley Warm/ iota I

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Wigan Observer and District Advertiser

Wigan Observer and District Advertiser Lancashire, England

28 Sep 1916

the indent i the trem c*r, Mr. th-t f» wee Mr. W ? rsw»ck wbo Artt referred the subject of the lights, end w'tness told him did not want <- 1m subpW there. He did eat to Mr. Worswiek, Ha*a yon no*, your summons yet?** . . .. Mr. Worswiek: Yes. end you think

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Manchester Evening News

Manchester Evening News Lancashire, England

22 Jul 1946

the old hall. an appreciation not only of the his.toric associations but of the fact that Mr. Walters's building is of sufficient architectural importance to be preserved entire. The first plan, which Mr. Howitt's replaces, was to clear away the massive

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Lancashire Evening Post

Lancashire Evening Post Lancashire, England

10 Jan 1946

assistance. They welcomed q . photograph shows Mr. ■ ihp presence of Mr. , zzant unveiling the plaque. On i Bezzant. one cf the directors, who , left to ht, Mr. Eh had come reeularlv to Preston Davies Mr pemberren. and Sir present the cup and prizes

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

3 Dec 1928

trebly defeated. His bitterness, his scorn. his barbed shafts, his arsegent display of superiority—all were there as usual. This time, however. not only did be get distinctly the worst of it, but he could sot retire gracefully. And his Real declaration

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Liverpool Daily Post

Liverpool Daily Post Lancashire, England

8 Jul 1939

onlookers, he slipped on the first step in the flight and fell forward on to his hands. Police officers rushed to his assistance and lifted him to him feet. I am all right,” was his Lordship’s reassuring remark. He then passed unaided into the cathedral.

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

26 Nov 1938

which Mr. Wolfe joined in 1933. His wife to be became a member a few ' , oars later. Mr. Wolfe has played many important parts, including Glogauer, the film magnate, in Once In A Lifetime, and the Venetian Ambassador in The Immortal Lady. Freshest

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

18 Oct 1929

WOW 114 10 7 mos r T 610 7 tig : 7l47;:rm3 lig ; CROUTFORI. 410 7 Mr 4 10 10 7 a 4 70 4 10 7 Writ TARN 111 r .._ 14.10 r 10 10 7 INN ARP K J t•r 5 10 7 %1r R•. 6 10 7 'Mr C. Pirteso 4 10 Mr J F. P.$ 4 0 T4O 511 4141 Orono. %our 4 0 PHANTOM .011 414

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