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BIRKENHEAD COUNTY COURT

... Income to the debtor, after the liquidation of his affalrs, was extended for a month. ADvANoES BY ANe AG ?? Johnston, of Drury. lane. Liverpool, commission agent, sued Joseph Evans, trading &A Richard Evanu and Co., colliery proprietor, Haydoek, for £68 ...

LIVERPOOL POLICE COURT

... the charge of stealing and re- ceiving £248 13s. 6d. in money and bils belonging to Messrs. Mahler Brothers, merchants, Drury- lane, were again placed in the dock. Mr Robi- son, of the firm of Lowndes, Bateson, and Robinson, solicitor, said before the ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... Park- road 20sr and costs Sanday trad ofJ. H. Bellion, Dexer-street, Edge-hil , Sna al ing, was fined a 0s. ;-and ?? Field, Drury lane, Brunswick-street, for Sunday trading, was fined 10s, and costse Mw IMSheery, Dublin-street, for Sunday trading, he 1h and ...

HOLIDAY FRAUDS

... weareinclinedto say, What! that the Dutch or the Hungarian costume? Impossible. e We have seen people at Burlington House or Drury Lane more like Dutch or Hungarians than 8 those people there. The picturesque peasant, when found, is decidedly not; up to sample ...

LIVERPOOL POLICE COURT

... custody charged ws ith having embezzled the s'ni of £133 143., the moneys of his employer, Mr. Be. J. Evans, corn merchant, Drury- lane. Mr. Davies. who prosecuted, said the prisoner had been employed by Mr. Evaans as clerk and collector of accounts, and in ...

THE POPLAR POLSONING CASE

... Ithre ?? owug a very game stern raceI 1 throughout the whole distanee. A SUCCESSFUL TIIEATRagMAIWAUE1R.T po 'prietors of Drury. lane Theatre have ratified les to Mr; E. T. Smith, at a special meeting, at hc Captain Spencer said Mr. Smfith had resce th theatre ...

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... adremnded on A1e-charge of stesi n and re-I ceiving.£248 18S. 6d. jk~ ?? belonging to Messrs Mabierl 3rothers, merchants, Drury- lane, were again pice in the dock. Mr. Robin- - f thne fliiq of Lowndes. Batoson, and. 7 ev'id~etice''d'uduied, ee t'en ard ...

INQUESTS

... to the ship Danube, was severely burned. trib, He had been drinking all the day, and returned to his rafli r lodgings in Drury lane in a state of stupor. He laydown upon the e a settle, and, notwithstanding repeated entreaties, refused to able t go to ...

ACTION AGAINST SIMS REEVES

... Mr. Sims Reeves that he would be willing to take an engagement at Drury-lane. Some time in December last an agreement was entered into by which Mr. Sims Reeves agreed to sing at Drury-lane for twelve nights for a rem:u neration' of 40 guineas a night. Mr ...

UNFURNISHED

... two bedrooms third floor. Provided with fittirgs for gM and continuous supply township water.-Apply Mr. W. J. Mather 13, Drury lane, Liverpool; or H. Gumming, 7, Greenway terrace Higher Tran mere. 12dsl8 COUTH PORT.—To be Let, the CROWN VILLA. Lord containing ...

THE MURDER OF MR. TERRISS

... Oncem ors in the metropolis, Mr. Terries decided to retarn to the stage, and was engaged under Mm. F. B Chattertoa , at Drury- lane. In i 871 he hea ing to- try his fortune a8t h -edingt P nen- tacky; but the plan was not suecessefr, and Mr. T'eriss made ...

COUNTY COURT

... was Thomas Mouledale, of Chapel- street, Higher Tranmere, and the defendant was Mr. Thomas Mather, corn merchant, of 12, Drury- lane, and the sum sought to recover was 213 for salary in lieu of notice.-Mr. Pemberton appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Bolton ...