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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
 
 
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ST. BEES RECREATION GROUND.
 
    Mr. I. WILSON, St. Bees, has been re-appointed groundsman for the summer months.
 
 
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ST. BEES SCHOOL DEATH.
 
    Miss. PIPER, the newly appointed lady bursar at St. Bees School has, we learn, recently died, before taking up her duties.
 
 
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WIGTON PROVISIONAL MARKET.
 
    Butter wholesale 1s and 1s 1d; retail 1s 2d and 1s 3d per lb. Hen eggs, wholesale 9d; retail 11d per dozen.
 
 
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THE MAGISTRATES.
 
    The Magistrates adjudicating at Whitehaven Police Court on Monday were Messrs. R. JEFFERSON, Chairman, E. L. NANSON, P. H. FOX, G. F. DICKINSON and Thompson REED.
 
 
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"TO THE CAR PARK"
 
    Four signs have been supplied to the Cockermouth Urban Council by the Royal Automobile Club, and these have been placed in suitable positions dircting motorists to the car park in Cockermouth Fairfield.
 
 
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CLEATOR MOOR CONSERVATIVES.
 
 
    The weekly whist drive on Friday night attracted eighty players of whom the following were prize winners:
 
Ladies:
 
1. Mrs. BURNS
 
2. Mrs. HOUSBY
 
Gents:
 
1. Mr. BROCKLEBANK
 
2. Mr. MUNCASTER.
 
The M. C. was Mr. H. CRERAR.
 
 
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ARLECDON, ST. MICHAEL'S CHURCH.
 
    The service at this church on Sunday morning was conducted by the Rev. D. R. JONES, of Seaton, who delivered an excellent address.
 
    At the evening service the pulpit was  occupied by his son, the Rev. J. S. Tudor JONES, vicar of the St. Saviour, London, S. E., who preached an inspiring sermon.
 
 
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