COCKERMOUTH SAVINGS BANK. - The director for Saturday, the 19th inst., is Mr
Isaac FLETCHER, and for Monday, the 21st inst., Mr Morgan EDWARDS.
THE CONTRACTORS AND WORKMEN who have been making alterations to Threlkeld
Leys were entertained to supper by Colonel and Mrs JACKSON, at the Old Hall Inn,
on Tuesday evening, when about 70 sat down to an excellent repast served in Mr
THWAITE's best style.
ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL. - Cockermouth Crusaders v.Pica. - The following will
represent the Crusaders in this match at Pica to-day (Saturday_: - Goal, B
THIRKWELL; full-back, G H TIFFEN and Another; half-backs, I BEWLEY, W CLAGUE, E
PETCH; forwards, R STUDHOLME, J CAMPBELL, J CAPE, A REID, and A N Other.
Wagonette leaves at one o'clock.
Yesterday (Friday) morning Mrs KINNEY and her son, who have been in residence
at Broughton Craggs for the past three months, left for the North of Ireland.
During their short stay at Broughton they made themselves highly popular
with the people in the neighbourhood, and the many institutions round about have
been made the richer by their generous support.
COCKERMOUTH CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOUR. - The topic for this week,
"Feasting that emaciates," was in the hands of Miss GIBSON, who gave an
interesting paper. The meeting was presided over by Mr W. CLARK. There were 41
present. Short addresses were given by Messrs J.C. CLARK, KENNON, GRAVE, and the
Chairman. A duet was nicely sung by Misses M.A. TELFORD and A.E. KENNON.
Other members gave readings bearing on the topic.
FOOTBALL. - The following will represent Cockermouth All Saints against West
Seaton, on the ground of the latter, to-day (Saturday): - Goal, J W ALLIS;
full-backs, W RIDDELL, J RITSON; half-backs, J W THURSDAY, G DEMPSTER, A DIXON;
forwards, J TIFFEN, A CAMPBELL, J W NORMAN, J DEMPSTER, and J HODGSON. Train
leaves at 2-25.
CONGREGATIONALISM. - The Congregationalists of West Cumberland are
endeavouring to take a step forward to bring the churches in this district into closer
touch with each other by organising district conferences in various parts of
the county. The first meeting will be at Cockermouth, where is the oldest
Congregational Church in the county, on Thursday, Sept. 24th. Two papers are to be
read on the work of the churches, and these will be followed by discussion.
ANGLING. - The river is in grand order and anglers have been participating in
better sport than is usually the case at this season of the year. The
catches reported are: - [names only here] JOHN ATKINSON, JAS NEWMAN, THOS RELPH, WM
TUNSTALL, Great Broughton, THOS SANDERSON, Chapel Brow, W SANDERSON, Chapel
Brow, GEO SMITH, Chapel Brow, WM CLARKE, C E ELYSWIS, Camerton Hall (a visitor),
HEXHAM CLARKE, Seaton, GEO GOODALL, Seaton, Mr BROADBENT, Camerton, Mr
Workington, Mr WALLIS, Wigton.
...... On Monday Mr J FLEMING, Cockermouth, had a salmon of 16lbs in the
Derwent, and on Thursday, Mr E CASSON landed one of 17lbs from the Cocker.