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...
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...
FOUND on New Year's Day, 1874, at BROWNHOW, near Blencow Station, a BOX
The Owner can have it by describing the articles, on applying to GEO.
JOHNSTON, Newbiggin, Dacre, and paying all expenses.
THE CUMBERLAND PACQUET and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser, Tuesday,April 22, 1777
No. 132 3d. Week VOL. III 4th Quarter Price Three-pence
Where Moderation dwells, the Soul admits Distinct Ideas, and Matur'd De...
We are at all times willing to set apart a certain portion of our space for free discussion, for Correspondent of all opinions and shades of Politics; but we wish it to be understood that we do not hold ourselves responsible for our...
be out of bed for six months after, and I wasn’t to know what it will cost
So said a man who entered a Griswold - street law office yesterday, and it
was plain to be seen...
ARRIVAL AT ST. PETERSBURG.
The DUKE OF EDINBURGH, attended by COLONEL COLVILLE and CAPTAIN HAIG, arrived at St. Petersburg on Sunday afternoon, in good health and capital spirits. About an hour previously, the Imperial carriage and sledges arrived a
The conviction of Hugh GRANT for the willful murder of his child at
Workington was a forgone conclusion. It was impossible for the jury to return any
other verdict than the one which has produced such a profound sensation in West
the Bugle Horn Inn, Parton, on Monday afternoon last, touching on the death of
a child two months old, named John MYERS, the son of John MYERS, a drayman
residing at Parton.
LOCAL & DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE.
NOTICE. - A well-known local gentleman, a literateur of some standing, who is at present travellin' in Scotland, will shortly contribute to the "Star" a series of interesting papers entitled "Notes on a journe...