No. 132 3d. Week VOL. III 4th Quarter Price Three-pence
Where Moderation dwells, the Soul admits Distinct Ideas, and Matur'd De...
A KEEPER SHOT BY POACHERS NEAR ORMSKIRK.
Between twelve and one o'clock on Monday morning a gamekeeper named JAMES LEYLAND, in the service of LORD SKELMERSDALE, was shot by a gang of poachers.
At the time named, LEYLAND was passing over Hoscar Moss,...
Service - Sir J. ROGERS in F.
King in F.
Anthem - “Hear the Voice” - HOPKINS
Service - Best in D (chant).
Anthem - “Hallelujah! What are these?” STAINER
Service - Stanford in B flat.
Bank’s large room. Mr. William BROWN was the auctioneer.
The property consisted of two shops in Wilson Street, Workington, and a
shop and dwelling house in the same street, a...
FRIEND OR FOE ?
New Year, com'st thou as friend or foe ?
"Nay, I know not; but this I know,
Thou must wrestle a fall with me,
And I or thou must conqueror be !"
..............' Good Cheer '
[ From "Storm Warriors" by t
On Monday, No. 4 submerged girder of the Tay Bridge was brought ashore. In
this girder the guard’s van and second class carriage were encased, and to it
much importance was attached. The iron work now discovered shows unmistakable
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 ...
Tuesday evening, in the National School Room, Silloth. The Rev. A. F.
SHEPPARD, Holme Cultram, in the absence of the president, occupied the chair. There
was a fair attend...
For greater convenience, and in order that the interests of our Workington
subscribers and advertisers may be properly attended to, our BRANCH-OFFICE in
the town will in future be at the shop of Mr. J. E. CARMICHAEL, News Agent,
have been holding temperance meetings. The meetings commenced by the friends
of the cause of temperance parading the streets and singing, returning to the
Good Templars’ Hall ...