WORK - SHOP, 19 SANDHILLS LANE
Thomas WILLIAMSON, Cabinet maker, house and ship joiner, &c., &c.,
begs most respectfully to return thanks for the patronage and support with which
he has be...
The usual monthly meeting of this Board was held in the School-room on
Wednesday. There were present: -
Rev. H. LUMB, chairman
R. H. WILLIS
William HOLLIDAY, the clerk
Mr. HARRISON, master of the Board School.
The prisoner, a plumber and glazier, had for about six months co...
PLOUGHING UP PUBLIC FOOTPATHS.
We find we were under a misapprehension as to the exact nature of the decision of the Court of Queen's Bench, to which we adverted the other day, in regard to the right of a farmer to plough up footpaths.
This right wa...
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This ends the July 6, 1888 issue for this newspaper.
Dreadful Thunder Storm
About midnight on Friday, the 23rd instant, this town was visited by a
most appalling thunderstorm, of several hours duration. During Friday, as
well as throughout the week, the atmosphere had been close and sultry, ...
For the CUMBERLAND PACQUET.
Many speculative men (amongst whom I doubt not may be some of your Readers) having lately been engaged in a controversy concerning BERKLEY's opinion of a material world, I shall, with your leave, take the liber...
CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR'S FESTIVALS.
RAVENSTONEDALE. - On Monday evening last, the annual Christmas tea party was
held in the Independent Chapel, Ravenstonedale. There was a large
attendance. At the public meeting, the pastor of the church, the Rev. W.
anniversary of the Primitive Methodist Mission, Grasslot, by Miss. Mary RIDLEY,
of Prospect. The attendance at both services was large.
On Tuesday the annual tea meeting was he...
Ada EVANS, were remanded for a week on a charge of stealing a portmanteau,
with £800 worth of jewellery, from a train on the London and Northwestern
Railway, between Birmi...