LIVERPOOL JOURNAL 27th Jan 1849
Deficient weights and measures
John BENNETT Provision dealer, 73 Warwick St
John SINCLAIR Provision dealer, 7 Wood St
Thomas CLEMENTS Provision dealer, 196 Mill St
Elizabeth RASHFORD Potatoe and onion dealer, 53 Kent St
Edward MORAN Coal dealer, 22 Lower Fredrick St
Sarah DARLINGTON Butter and cooked meats dealer, 188 Park Lane
Charles WATSON Provision dealer, 108 Park Lane
William Walker KILBURN Druggist, 6 Pitt St
Rachael PARTINGTON Provision dealer, 49 Wapping.
Mary BOOTH Potatoe and butter dealer, 11 Hurst St
Morris NEALE Provision dealer, 40 Grayson St
John DOUGHERTY Cleveland Square market
John JACKSON Coal dealer, 11 Albert St
Hardy McKEWEN Coal dealer, 21 Ben Johnson St
Mary MARSH Butcher, St Martins Market
James ROONEY Butter and bacon dealer, 25 Bevington Bush Rd
John TALBOT Butcher, St Martins Market
Patrick SINNETT Coal dealer 288 Scotland Rd
John LEWIS Coal dealer, 87 Islington
John HUGHES Provision dealer, 48 Gomer St
Michael CONWAY Marine store dealer, 71 Addison St
Jane Anne LACE Confectioner, 13 Vauxhall Rd
Matthew DOYLE Provision dealer, 35 Addison St
Patrick CARNES Provision dealer Addison St
Silvanus Bevan WALCOTT Grocer 4 Price St
DAILY POST TRADE ADS Apr 1859
MR BURTON Solicitor 32 Lord St
MARSDEN AND JACKSON Commission agents 16 Union St
P B McQUIE Accountants Exchange -Alley 8 Exchange St
Robert HUGHES Land Agent 53 Church St Birkenhead
Mr SIDDALL The Albany 8 Old Hall St land to sell
Mr J BRATTAN Architect 38 Hamilton St Birkenhead
Robert DOBSON Estate Agent 9 King St Rockferry
William BOWMAN American Hotel Great George St land to sell
William McCRAIG 49 Chatsworth St Edge Hill Property Sale
Joseph EWART Accountant 18 Basnett St
William CULSHAW Esq 11 Rumford Place Property Sale
John William MOORCROFT Solicitors 6 Clayton Square
J and H HINDLE Solicitors Lord St
Samuel THORPE Builder and Joiner Rainhill
J MEYRICK 22 Hanover St Library and stationers
PICKLE MANUFACTURERS 54 Parr St
Duncan GIBB 15 Goree-Piazzas Saw Mill and Dwelling Houses
PAWN BROKERS A HOWELL 26 Lord St
J GRIFFITHS beerhouse CHESHIRE CHEESE TAVERN Christian Court James St
A PONY St George Inn Green Lane Tuebrook
PONY W BLACK Saddler 127 Park Rd Toxteth Park
MARE Humphries Stables Hardy St
VAN, HARNESS and SADDLESThomas BROWN Photographer Nr railway station Seaforth
HORSE Mr GARNERS stables Lime St
LIVERY JONES Livery Stables Cook St
GREY HORSE W. ISSOTTS Ropery Barlow Lane/Bootle Lane Kirkdale
SMITHS and WHEELRIGHTS 3 Poynton St off Lime St
2 PONYS BUNNELLS Stables Norton St
BAY CARRIAGE HORSES Thomas SIMPSON 102 Islington
BAY MARE C AUSTIN Livery Stables Ivy St Birkenhead
IRISH HORSES William Mc GIVERN at Mr BRETHERTONS Horse Repository Wood
DAILY POST 1859
ILLEGAL WEIGHTS AND MEASURES
POLICE COURT for illegal weights and measures resulting in fines
Robert WOODS provision dealer 109 Richmond Row
Robert HUTTON publican 2 London Rd
Humphrey AUSLAND dry salter 26 Soho Square
John WILLIAMS marine store 34 Soho St
Mary LYON fishdealer St Martins Mkt
Mary Ann SPENCER butcher St Johns Mkt
Joseph HARTLEY grocer 106 London Rd
James JOHNSTON coal dealer Limekiln Lane
William RIMMER provision dealer 47 Queen St
John LARKIN provision dealer 4 Paddington
Elizabeth McCALL tobacconist 83 St James St
Mary ALEXANDER provision dealer 27 Mersey St
Mary PYE greengrocer Gill St Mkt
John COLLIHOLE Machine keeper Everton Rd.
Robert UNSWORTH Machine keeper Kirkdale Rd.
Thomas TOWERS Provision dealer 69 Birkett St.
Samuel PILLING Provision dealer 54 Soho St.
William SOULT Provision dealer 134 Mount Pleasant.
James TOMKINSON Pork Butcher 5 Stall St James market.
Henry SMITH Tripe dealer Cleveland Square.
Isaac DUNN Grocer 129 Park Lane.
Arnold JAMES Provision Dealer 1 Roscoe Arcade
Thomas PARKES Fishmonger 12 Shop St James Mkt
Henry HERD Fishmonger 22 Stall St James Mkt.
Mathew GALLAGHER Weigher Victoria Dock.
6th Jan 1877
The Quarter sessions of the Peace opened yesterday at St Georges Hall before the recorder, Mr J. B. ASPINALL. Q.C.
The following gentlemen sworn on the Grand Jury.
H. H. NICHOLSON, Cotton Broker, 3 and 4, Exchange Buildings. [Foreman]
A. BROWN, Corn Merchant, 6. Water St
G. H. BYSCH, Merchant, 20 Exchange St, East
W. BARKER. Jnr, Merchant, 6 Surrey St
J. M. CALDER, Commission Agent, Liver Chambers
W. C. CHEEVERS, Wine Merchant, 16 Water St
G. N. GARDINER, Shipowner, 48 Southcastle St
J. H. GOODYER, Shipowner, 30 Brunswick St
C. HARRISON, Merchant, 33 and 31 Exchange Buildings
R. C. HALL, Cotton Broker, 13 Rumford St
G. H. HARRISON, Broker, 9 Exchange Buildings
John HARGROVE, Shipowner, 5 Chapel St
E. HABERSHON, Cotton Broker, 9 Rumford Place
E. HOUGH, Cotton Broker, 7 Rumford Place
Joseph HARGREAVES, Wine Merchant, 7/9 Batchelor St
J. D. LEE, Architect, 12 Cases St
H. JEVONS, Merchant, 6 Rumford St
J. C. JONES, Cotton Broker, 12 Manchester Buildings
J. T. KING, Merchant, 4 Clayton Square
J. MAXWELL, Corn Merchant, 28 Brunswick St
W. H. PICTON, Merchant, 11 Dale St
G. M. SMITH, Merchnt, 3 Rumford Place
T. THORNLEY, Cotton Broker, 12 Tithebarn St
Condolences given for the loss of Mr Peter WRIGHT, Clerk of the Peace
Prisoners on the calendar numbered 62
Liverpool Journal 8th Jan 1881
Liverpool Operative Baker’s Society
Soiree at St George’s Hall in aid of the Benevolent and Superannuation Fund.
Mr James SAMUELSON presided
Mr Samuel PARTON, District Chairman
Mr John CHADDERTON, District Treasurer
Mr T. KELLY, Vice Chairman
Mr John GILLESPIE, Secretary
Mr T. W. TURNER, Secretary of the Railway Servants Alliance
Mr J. J. BAILLIE, Secretary to the Stevedore and Quay Porters union
James CLARKE, President
Mr T. GRIMES, Vice President
James MURRAY and John DOODSON, Members of the Committee
Liverpool Journal, 7th January 1882
At the Liverpool police court
Before Mr RAFFLES on Weds
Robert BIRCHALL, Butcher of Ormskirk, summoned for offering for sale at the abattoir, Towbridge St, on 29th ult, the carcass of a slink calf, unfit for human consumption.
Mr MARKS prosecuted, defendant twice fined for previous offences, imprisonment could result. BIRCHALL had been in bad health and a servant sent the carcass to the abattoir. Under these circumstances, fined £10 and costs.
Margaret WALKER, Shopkeeper, 3 Springfield St, summoned for exposing for sale, 5 pieces of pork, unfit for food. Insp TOMLINSON visited the shop on 28th ult, the pork displayed in the window, was diseased by measles – fined 40s and costs
Ellen BIRCHALL, Fishmonger, 139 Westminster Rd, summoned for exposing for sale, 374 sprats, unfit for food. Insp RICHMOND visited premises on 27th ult, sprats in a box in the window stinking, fined 40s and costs.
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