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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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Heywood Advertiser

Heywood Advertiser Lancashire, England

18 Jun 1971

have willth H thatday Mr ea living. Mr Davis wondered if ever y been granted to his widow Mrs be the local elections in Sexily asked about having a bath Am Davies. dt l with dark a selected the hadn't eloquently indicated in Mr Albert Pinner of 38 Stan-

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Lancashire Evening Post

Lancashire Evening Post Lancashire, England

21 Mar 1957

rateable to and respectively. Giving his decision Mr. J. Laird, member of the tribunal. said the court were wrong in reducing the assessment, which would reinstated at £29 gross and rateable There wlu be no order to costs. Mr. Bern had asked the court to reduce

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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

22 Sep 1975

1.. e Li,erpool Echo, /Amodio, Big dip in Laird Group profits Pretax profit for tnc Laird Grv..p, -.lth its diversified interests in metal industries, transport and aviation, motor components and other engineering, and dap repairing, down for the half-year

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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

27 Nov 1993

El Tel's Lairds' tough task CARLSBERG Tetley West Cheshire League leaders CAMMELL LAIRDS have a great FA Vase third round home tie against North West Counties first division Glossop North End on December 11 (2pm). * * * There are three outstanding FA

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

5 May 1966

included Mr. A. F. Hull. chairman Eller- Liverpool's hous i n nian's Wilson Line. Ltd. and problem could be solved Mrs. Hull. Mr. and Mrs. 'P. G. only by approaching the Staniforth. Mr. and Mrs. J. task of slum clearance and W. R. Fewlass. Mr. and Mrs. the

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Lancashire Evening Post

Lancashire Evening Post Lancashire, England

31 Mar 1892

confidence in Mr. Gladstone. \ , FAILURE OF MANCHESTER SHIPPERS—DIS* CHARGE REFUSED. In the London Bankruptcy Court yesterday, Mr. E. L. II Grant, member of the late firm of Adamson, Bell, and Co., of Manchester, applied for his order of discharge. Mr. Registrar

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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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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

6 Feb 1954

could Learn by reading all the books in the library I could not help wondering when he was going to get his work done if ne was going to spend his time 143 ' reading. Indeed, the trouble began almost as soon as he had taken the post He started on a section

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

3 Mar 1979

nciu ding Said Mr Des Biilington, senior management jobless. group chairman: We are Ever since, former workers going to about loud and long about this because men are being deprived of the .night to work. In a letter to Mr Billington, Mr Rab Butler, chairmic

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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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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

14 Sep 1950

Buenos Aires. For the launching. Mrs. de Hogan wits nominated by Mrs. Eva Peron. wife of the Argentine President. SMOOTH ENTRY Representing Cammell Laird and Co.. Ltd.. were Mr. R. W. Johnson (assistant managing director) and Mr. P. B. Hunter (director). Prior

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

18 Jun 1991

Royal tribute for a Laird campaigner A LEADER of the Keep Cammell Laird Afloat campaign is to receive a royal accolade for his part in the fight to save the stricken shipyard. Ken Morris, chairman of Laird's shop stewards committee, has been invited to

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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

7 Jan 1977

LAIRD PEACE PLAN FAILS: PRODUCTION STOPS TODAY HOPES that a mass meeting of platers and shipwrights would be held at Cammell Laird's Birkenhead shipyard, late yesterday and that it would lead to a resumption of work so that negotiations could take place

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

24 Apr 1980

were: Mrs Margaret Beßringer, of North Linkside Road, Wootton. 2S Town Hall. Mr Fogg. head years a school crossing foreman plater at ammell lipop lady: Mr Alfred laird. Birkenhead, has Adamson, of Townsend worked on many %essels lollipop lady: Mr. Alfred

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