Literary Association a concert was given in the Victoria Hall, on Monday evening.
Fortunately the weather was favorable, and a large company gathered together.
The Rev. A. F. CURWE...
A few weeks ago a lady of genteel appearance. rather below the middle
size and pretty looking, called at the shop of Mr. MOORE, in the Market-Place,
and requested him to put up three pairs of shoes to fit two children of the
that during the past year the total number of persons killed on the railways was
1038, and 8573 were injured, 500 of those killed and 1800 of those injured
being railway se...
At the Workington police Court on Wednesday, Thomas TRAINER, labourer,
Workington, was charged with having stolen a piece of ham, the property of Charles
James FOX, provision dealer, on Saturday night last.
Prosecutor stated that on the nig...
A Dundee telegram says that the later details add considerably to the loss
of life by the storm of Wednesday, two other boats being reported lost,
bringing the total loss of life up to 19. Another telegram says that no hope is now
MARYPORT LITERARY AND
At a meeting of the above Society in the George-Street School room, on
Tuesday evening next, the 7th inst., at Eight o’clock, Mr. Thomas THOMPSON will
deliver a lecture entitled, “Leaves from the Note...
Methodist Chapel, Maryport, during the last six weeks and attracting very
large audiences of all denominations of Christians, is, we understand about to
leave Maryport for ano...
On Wednesday Mr. Norris NICHOLSON and a jury of 23 gentlemen concluded an
inquiry at the White Hart, Brislington, Bristol, into the sanity of Mr. Charles
Pierre MELLY, a member of the firm of MELLY Brothers, merchants, Liverpool.
The petitioner in
The meetings conducted by the working ton Branch of the Blue Ribbon Army
continue to create widespread interest, and the number of members is now over
A working men’s meeting was held on Saturday ev...
by our Special Correspondent.
Our readers will understand that we do not hold ourselves responsible for our able Correspondent's opinions.
If SIR HENRY THOMPSON, the eminent surgeon, who was knighted several years ago for an operation on the the Qu...