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Liverpool, Lancashire, England

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LIVERPOOL POLICE COURT

... AND MAWCOLM Cnussr. -Thomas Hayes, carter, and Peter , Lennon, yard foreman, in the employ of Bernard a Reilly, teamowner, Drury-lane, were summoned for woridng and s cusi g to he worked a horse when suffering from an old and painful wound upon which the ...

ALLEGED FRAUDS ON BANKERS

... appeaaance, were, Mr. Grippe sadd, brothers, named Charles Duranty and Willisata Duranty, trading as Widow Duranty -nd Son, Drury-lane, Liverpool, and they were charged with conspiring, by false pretences, to induce Enifle and Arthur Francis Levita, trading ...

LIVERPOOL BANKRUPTCY COURT

... oui - in difficulties, and practicallv ceased trading On ohl ;.i0 the 20th of that month an office was opened atl0, G ed Drury-lane, Liverpool, in the name of Barnes . and Co. The debtor Speers stated that Ba ed he had nothing whatever to do with that ...

THE ANNUAL LICENSING SESSION

... ClharleH Steart, Water-street ?? ?? lcy WValsh. No, (t -CASTLI-STREET WARD. Castle-streot, Lower.. Williamn Mosop Keen. Drury-lane . rho.. nas Hlenry Penrso. Wat:r-street ?? drck P. W. Caulpiucll. No. 7.-ST. P'i'ETE'S WARD. Cable-8trcet ?? dward liek ...

LIVERPOOL BANKRUPTCY COURT

... Messrs. Loclkett, applied for the die- charge of these debtors, Michael James Heathoote and Peter White, corn merchants, Drury-lane. Idr. F. Smith opposed on behalf of the creditors. The official receiver's report showed that the debtors failed on the ...

BOROUGH QUARTER SESSIONS

... sharebroker, Exchange street East, Mr. lease Hadwen, the younger, hidebroker, Tithebarn- street. Mr. John Heard, corn broker, Drury-lane. Mr. John Richard Pattinson, broker, Tithebarn-street. Mr. Thomas Paton, merchant, Bruns*ick-street. Mr. George Bates Richardson ...

BOROUGH SESSIONS

... broker, Hackin'sXhey, Foreman. Mr. Christopher Bell, wine merchant, moor-street. Mr. Jlodgson Bigland, communsion nmerchant, Drury-lane. Mr. John Broadbent, merchant, Tower-butldings Went. Mr. Edward Clark, seed merchant, Parr-atreet. Mr. Thomas Irvine, s ...

BANKRUPTCY COURT

... of creditors under the failure of G. D. F. Black and Albert S. Pearson, who carried on business as com- mission agents in Drury-lane. Mr. Etty and Mr. Car- t ruthers appeared for the creditors. The joint debts are m about £700, and the cause of the bankruptcy ...

COLLEEN BAWN SETTLED AT LAST !

... B. NORM ANTON, Mr. W. ELLIOTT, Mr. EDMUND EDMUNDS, Miss CAROLINE CARSON, and Mils CLARA DILLON, (Prom the Theatre Royal Drury-lane), Who are specially engaged to produce Mr. Charles Reade s Romantic Drama entitled IT’S NEVER TOO LATE TO MEND! Tins (Friday) ...

LIVERPOOL BANKRUPTCY COURT

... avng quite £2000. In 1893 his father died, I leasing him £1000. He and his brother thnonn re-commenced the btusiness in Drury-lane, Liver- pool. The partnership was dissolved in 1u96, his brother retiring without drawing anything t out, and he carried ...

THE CABMAN AND THE TRAVIATA

... eight o'clock at night, and it was then his practice to put on his best clothes to go and meet his wife, who was en gaged at Drury-lane Theatre. After cleaning himself on this evening he made a call at North Audley-street to receive some money from a gen- ...