Jan 13th, 1877
LIVERPOOL JUVENILE FANCY DRESS BALL
Was given on Thursday at the Town Hall, under the Mayoralty of Mr A. B. WALKER, as long as they live.
Catering by Mr ELBERIE
Herr DOBLER gave a conjuring performance.
The Fairfield Amateur Dramatic Club, under the management of Mr J. B. COOPER, performed.
The Day after the wedding, performed by:-
Mr J. W. PEMBERTON, Mr J. H. NATRISS, Walter STEVENS, Miss May DOUGLAS, Miss Blanche GREY.
Turn him out, performed by:-
Walter STEVENS, Sidney B. COOPER, Mr J. M. CAW, Miss BLACKBURN, Miss Blanche GREY.
The ball broke up at 11.30pm, before 1am all had left.
Stewards of the Ball
Messers, W. R. GRAVES, H. H. HORNBY, J. PEARSON Jnr, J. WALKER, P. WALKER, A. FLETCHER, E. KINGSCOMBE, T. B. ROYDEN, T. DOWIE, E. BROWN, Clarke ASPINALL, J. B. COOPER, J. L. BOWLES, D. CUNNINGHAM, W. WALKER, A. WALKER, A. H. LEWIS, Lieut Col STEBLE, G. W. MOSS.
The ball programme was beautifully lithographed by Messers YATES and HESS, the face bearing the Liverpool Arms, the back a figure in fancy dress.
Juveniles attended in fancy dress.
AUDSLEY, Lilian, Mary, Amy, Master Maclaine, Master M.A.
ARCHER, Fanny and Mary
ARKLE, Master Ben, Master C.J, Miss C.S, Miss Edith.
ANDERSON, Josephine, Master J. F., Master Allick
ADDISON, Gertrude, Eleanor, Isabella.
ANDREW, Constance, Jack and Ernestine.
ADAM, Edith E, Penelope, Beatrice
ASPINALL, Lily and Sophy.
BREWIS, Master, Master Fred, Master Walter
BIBBY, William, Edmund and Master J. H.
BINGHAM, Miss E. W, Master J. H.
BIRLEY, Cicely and Wilfred
BROCKLEBANK, Wilfred and Eric
BANKIER, Charles and Fred
BARDSWELL, Henry and Emily.
BAKER, Eveline, Minnie, Maud, and Miss and Master
BRIGHT, Lucy and Ethel
BULLOCK, Miss M. L.
BIRKETT, May and Arthur
BATESON, Thomas and James
BECKETT, May and Arthur
BEHREND, Alice, Amy, Harry and Edith
BARKER, Alice and Adelaide
BIRD, Edith B., Mary. O, and Master J. W.
BROWNE, Edward and Ellen
BOULT, Caroline, Lucy and Josephine.
BENTHALL, Master J. L.
BATESON, Alick, Helen, Fanny, Ernest, Charles and Percy.
BARTLETT, Master W, Miss M, Master John. A.
BANNER, Harold and Alice.
BETTS, Mabel. C.
BELL, Charles, Maggie, Colleen, Master and Master G. A.
BLACKMORE, Miss J. G.
CHAMBERS, Blanche, Maude, Glendoline and William
COKE, Reginald, Evelyn and Ella.
CROSBY, Nellie and Annie
CROW, Alice and Carrie
CREGEEN, Frank and Edith
CALLENDER, Emma and Mabel
CALLON, Amy and Miss
COPEMAN, Gertrude and Miss M. M. A.
CLUNIE, Master C.
CLARK, Mabel, Amy, Edith and Arthur
CAUTY, Gertrude, Francis and Arthur
COOK, Ernest and Edith
CULSHAW, Bertha and Master G. H.
CALDER, Mabel and Daisy
CLARKE, Willie and Lillie
COOPER, Master E. B, Master H. B.
DAGLISH, Mary, George and Frank
DIXON, Ethel and George
DOBELL, Master R. B. and Miss M. C.
DURANDU, Adelaine and Arthur
DRYSDALE, Nella and Willie
DAWSON, Edith, Alice and Miss M.
DOWIE, Cecil, Ronald and Master E. M.
EVANS, Mary E and Martha.
EARLE, Master G. G. and Master Cecil A.
EDWARDS, Master E. A. and Miss Mary L.
FITZHENRY, Master C. B.
FAIRCHILD, Sally and Mary.
FOGG, Harold, Ada and Edith
FAIRCLOUGH, Eveline and Master E. M.
GALLOWAY, Sarah Bertha and Master R. M.
GILL, Master T, Miss M. H. K, Miss E. A. C, Arthur and Isla.
GRACE, Sarah, James and Annie
GARNER, Beatrice, Miss E. A, Master S and Master H. W.
GOUGH, Sophie and Master
GREEN, Marie and Jessie.
GIBSON, Ethel, Lilian K and Walter E.
GLAZEBROOK, Miss C. E.B. and Master R. L. B
GORDON, Eleanor and Mary
GARDNER, Helena and Master J. B. S
GEDDES, Lelia and Katie
HOUGHTON, Edith, Ethel and Florence
HULL, Mildred and Reginald
HALL, Winifred, Margaret and Percy
HAMILTON, Maud, Ida and Douglas
HARRISON, Florence, Reginald, Oswald, Edith, Thomas, Claud and Miss K.
HORNBY, Lewis, Edgar and Gerard
HOLT, Edith and Herbert
HUBBACK, Master A. B and Master T. R.
HILL, Master and Miss K.
HARPIN, Mary, Arnold and Horace
HALL, Lawrence and Alison
HARRIS,. Mabel and Evelyn
HADDEN, Mary and Agnes
IRVINE, Thomas, Master. J. Wood, Miss E. M.
IHLER, Master G. H, and Charles.
ISMAY, Ethel .S, Master J. H, Master J. B.
JACKSON, Mary, Evelyn, Master F. Turner, Walter, Miss M. H.
JOHNSON, Master J. O, Miss E. E.
JACK, Edith, Miss, Miss, and Mary.
JANION, Robert and Gertrude.
KELLOCK, Master W. W, Master C. W. Master H. G.
KIRK, Florence and Edith.
KEWNEY, Miss L. S.
LANE, Lily, and Phoebe Jane.
LAIRD, Master J. R.
LAMBERT, Miss Hidegarde, Miss, Master J. H, Master R. M.
LESLIE, Nellie, Lily and Mabel.
MOYER, Emily and Lena
MORRIS, Olivia, Master F. A, Hilda. M, Miss J. M, Master P.
MC'DONALD, Mary, Alice and Colin.
MATHESON, Jessie M, Catherine, Dugald and Miss.
MC'ANDREW, Agnes and Bernard.
MC'CORQUODALE, Norman, Kate, Harold and Isabel.
MELLOR, Lilian, John and Ada.
MILLER, Gertrude M.
MELLADEW, Jane E.
MAYALL, Reginald and Florence.
NEILSON, Sybil, Rodolph and Arthur.
NICHOLSON, Annie and Mina.
NOTT, Lily, Ethel and Gertrude
OAKESHOTT, Master and Miss.
PETRIE, Conrad and Maria
POLLITT, Percy, Gertrude and Blanche.
PARKER, Dolly and Master.
PEDDER, Richard Joseph and Lawrence Stanley.
PILKINGTON, Mary, Ethel and Reginald.
PEARON, Florence, Rosy, Ada and Herbert.
PRATT, Miss and Master
REYNOLDS, James, George and Frank.
RAYNER, Master E. V, Oscar W, Miss M. E..
ROBINSON, Harry and Alfred.
RADLEY, Master Trench and Miss Edith.
ROBERTS, Marie, Frank, Isabel and Miss. M. A.
ROYDS, Miss E. M. B, and Charles B.
ROSENHEIM, Master and Miss.
RAFFLES, Adeline and Gertrude.
RENSBURG, Alice and Netta.
RAYNER, Arthur, Roderick, Melina, Wilfred and Janie.
ROBERTS, Miss F and Harry.
ROGGE, Master Hans.
ROPER, Emily and Lily.
RATHBONE, Mina, Robert, Hilda and Ellen.
ROBINSON, Miss K. M and Miss H. F.
ROGERS George and Charles.
STOKES, Miss S. E, Master Harry E.,
SHERLOCK, Herbert, Ernest and Percy.
STEWART, Master A. M., Master R. A.
STODDART, Master A. B., Miss L. B., Master C. B., Miss, Alexander and Miss E.
SILLEM, Miss A., Olga and Master W.
STOLTERFOHT, Master T. P., Miss R. E., Master E. H. , Miss Ella
SMITH, Miss F. M. ,Master H. E., Francis, Evelyn and Ada.
SAMUELSON, Harry, Bertha and Constance.
STOCKLEY, Kate, Edith and Master A.
STEVENSON, Malcolm and Edgar.
THOMPSON, Miss M. E.
TINLEY, Master R. H.
TOMLINSON, Hugh, Mary and Percy G.
TAYLOR, Miss, Master F. E., Master Clement, Amy, Fanny, Thura and Miss B.
TIMMINS, Ellen and Harry.
THORNLEY, James and Grace.
TOBIN, Master G. W.
WALKER, Ethel Lisette, Master A and Master J. M.
WILLIAMS, Clara, Florence T, Maud T and Miss.
WILLIAMSON, Miss E. J, Francis and Alexander, John, Master F, and Camilla.
WIGAN, Grace, John and Clara
WIGNALL, Walter B, Constance and Kate.
WHITTY, Gertrude, Master and May.
WILSON, Annie, Maud, Agnes, Ada, Herbert, Miss M. Beatrice, Master Lindley Donnell Glover, Ellen S, Josephine and Hannah.
WOLFF, Miss L and Miss M.
WRIGLEY, Harold, Beatrice, Daisy, Annie and Evelyn
WATERHOUSE, Master Seba.
YATES, Amy and Ellis.
Liverpool Mercury May 3rd, 1877
A mysterious pauper at Warrington
At the Warrington board of guardians yesterday the case of Moses WOODS, a pauper, who has lain in bed for 4yrs, was again brought up before the board. There are 17 removable cases in the house and the guardians were endeavouring to reduce the number. Amongst these is the case of Moses WOOD, a man who went to the house four years ago, and although suffering from no disease or complaint, apparently, he has spent the whole of his time in bed. A short time ago, as it was believed the man was shamming, his wine was stopped, which caused him to be very violent. Although he pretended to be unable to get out of bed, he was seen to get up by the nurse and look in the glass, and observe he was getting thinner through the loss of his wine. He still, however, persistently refuses to get up, although every inducement is made for him to do so, if only for a short time, and through being constantly in bed he is reduced to a mere skeleton. The guardians had the impression that he was "wanted" for some crime, but this he denies and says before he dies "Moses will make a revelation" He has proved an expensive pauper, having cost the union between £200 and £300, and, as he only came to the town on tramp, the man is really not chargeable. No information can be obtained as to his birth beyond the fact that he was born at Warwick while his parents were travelling, and the guardians still have to maintain him.
Liverpool Mercury, Aug 14th 1878
Municipal elections at St Helens
A vacancy having occurred in the representation of Windle ward in the St Helens town council owing to the death of William BARTON, the town clerk last week issued the necessary notices for filling the vacancy. Only nine nominations had been sent in, and as they were all in favour of Mr Robert BELSHER, builder and contactor, Windle St, he was duly elected.
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