On Saturday last, the Primitive Methodist anniversary was held at Kaber, when about one hundred and fifty sat down to an excellent tea.
THE REV. W. SHIPLEY, of Kirkby Stephen, afterwards addressed the meeting in an interesting manner.
Remarked Brother Gardner of the Limekiln Club, “I fur one, hev been pained
to observe a growin’ desire on de part o’ cull’d folkes to knock deir chill’
en down wid silver-plated front names. Up in my block ebery cabin hez a
At Whitehaven Police Court, yesterday, William KENNISH, fish dealer,
Whitehaven, was charged by the Trustees of the Town and Harbour with having eleven
boxes of stinking herrings which he intended to sell for human food.
Mr. W. W. LUMB pro...
CAPTAIN CUTTLE'S NOTES.
I have a serious complaint to make. Last week my notes were all spoiled and in my copy of the "Star" at any rate, nobody could read them. My poor sketch (Quite right, Captain; poor enough. Ed.) of "the bewildered chi...
A wedding party were making merry one evening this week, and one of the
invited guests, whose eyes seem to have been dazzled by the extra number of
lights in use to warn people of the danger of a too near acquaintance with the
Last week a lecture was delivered in London by Mr. MOSSMAN, for
several years a resident in Australia, on the subject of Australia and its gold
mines. Mr. MOSSMAN said that, knowing from experience how important it is to get
POLICE COURT , KENDAL
Before W. LONGMIRE and G. E. WILSON, Esqrs.
ROBERT THISTLETHWAITE, Forest Hall, was charged with driving over a private road, thereby evading toll, and was fined 10s and costs.
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