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SECOND DAY. - WEDNESDAY
Mr. Justice DAY took his seat on the Bench about twenty-five minutes after
ten o’clock, and at once proceeded with the trial of the only remaining case
in the Calendar. Before his Lordship arrived every available seat in ...
There was a social gathering at the above-named village on the 8th inst., of a very pleasing character - the occasion of MR. ROBERT SISSON attaining his majority, and being freed from the bonds of his apprenticeship, which, we may add, he h
A man named Charles DIAMOND was engaged as one of the wagon tippers. Some
of the wagons laden with earth were proceeding down an incline, when he
attempted to uncouple ...
THE COUNTESS OF DERWENTWATER.
.......A SCENE AT ALSTON.
On Friday afternoon last, MR. WILLIAM TAYLOR, solicitor, Hexham, and MR. BELL, Galloway, as the agents of the Countess of Derwentwater, arrived at Als...
WORKINGTON STAR, July 6, 1888, pg. 4 / Sermon by REV. J. HODGSON on the Burned Parish Church.
The sermon below was delivered last Sunday morning in St. Michael's Parish Room by the REV. J. HODGSON, one of the curates in charge. We need make n...
POLICEMAN AT WORKINGTON.
At the Workington Police Court yesterday, Luke MURRAY, and James M’CULLOCH,
ironworkers, Agnes M’GOWAN, single woman, and Elizabeth FINLAY, married
woman, all residing in Senhouse-street, Worki...
to the death of Frederic BLANC, a Swiss, aged 60, who was found dead in the
Thames, off Twickenham, on Sunday morning.
Sophia BLANC said she was a cook in service at Marble...
room, as has been on the usual previous occasions, was crowded. The programme
was equal to previous ones, and the chair was occupied by Mr. T. NICHOLSON,
who in opening the p...