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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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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

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

30 Mar 1993

Liverpool Echo, Tuesday, March 30, 1993 A RALLYING cry has gone out for supporters of the Cammell Laird shipyard to attend a public meeting. Save Cammell Laird Community Group has organised an 11am meeting on Saturday at the Glenda Jackson Theatre in Borough

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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

28 Aug 1950

Societu. Mr. Charles Antony Molloy. son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Molloy. Cranbourne Avenue. Clauphton. and his bride, Miss Irene Monica White. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew White. of Park Road North. Claughton, after their wedding at Our Lady's Church

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Lancaster Guardian

Lancaster Guardian Lancashire, England

6 Apr 1956

Whltwyrc Miss Paulette 3 Mr. E. Griffiths' Roanbar Lady Fair.” A.v. Junior: 1 Mrs. Jacksons Tarrywood Andromeda 2 Mr. Stalker’s Reply Paid ”: 3 Mr. 1 Yates' Cralgvar Chieftain.” A.v. Malden; Mr. Chamley's '* Vixens Model ; 2 Mr. L. L. Radford. Blackpool

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

22 May 1959

yesterday from Scotland and drove to Landon to-day. Mr. Dowsett, a wealthy shipbuilder. saw the couple in Scotland. Later he obtained a High Court injunction restraining Mr. Langley from marrying his daughter. Mr. Langley was served with it at Cambridge. To-day

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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

5 Jul 1878

wad ivied them. and mei cosies that his Milked his nisenike oesmi. Es lied Is dwell For yeses ea years he arm his own hem in of his reirems. Yoo were milk the meld he had link faithful h erd wham appale d over his homeheid gin them feed he • ikne. I

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

6 Oct 1952

and small—arrived at the Mansion House. London. to-day. In response to the broadcast by Mr. Churchill on Saturday night. launching the King George, VI National Mr. Geoffrey Vernon. putting] forward a resolution from the Crewe Divisional Executive that

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

16 Sep 1972

poultry farmer, Mr. Geoff Williams, has been appointed a director cf Tranmere Rovers F.C. A supporter for many years, Mr. Williams lives at Fiveways, Neston, and is the son-in-law of the late Tranmere chairman, Mr. Christopher Hodgson. Ladies' soccer Liverpool

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

2 Jul 1963

Leaders McDonald struck him with The Lord Mayor of his fists. With assistance Liverpool 'Alderman Family Had McDonald was taken out of John McMillan , and the the public house and to the Lady Mayoress (Mrs. Move Out main bridewell. McMillan, last night went

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Soulby's Ulverston Advertiser and General Intelligencer

Soulby's Ulverston Advertiser and General Intelligencer Lancashire, England

27 Dec 1849

day. Mr. Welhy Jackson, one of the Judges of the Suite Court, has been appninted be linvernment to inve•itigate charges brought by Mr. Cruise, an indigo planter. against Me. Pringle, the Session Judge, and Mr. Pearson, the magistrate of Purneab. Mr. ilenty

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

15 Dec 1961

sustierlined by Mr Hare and Mr R. C. Thompson. prealdent of the Employers' Foilloratioe at yesterday's meeting. Ter the unions, Mr E. J. secretary of the Hoar Society, promised ' were ready to suggestions for L. industry's position. it would be on M Mr . Hare

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Liverpool Echo

Liverpool Echo Lancashire, England

7 Aug 1961

and, Mrs. Harry Tool t. live at 7: 'Oakdene Road. Anfleld. and his, 'wife's parents. Mr. and Mrs. (John Renton. live at 11 Ship:ey Walk. Speke. Picture shows Mr. and Mrs. Tootill and their family. - 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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