SIDDICK BOWLING CLUB.

  There has been concluded on the Siddick Green a most interesting and successful competition for prizes kindly given by the tradesmen of Workington and district. The prizes were both costly and numerous, consequently the games were keenly contested, and everyone did his utmost to capture one of the best prizes. The committee tender their grateful thanks to the following, who have given the following prizes: -
 Mr. ARMSTRONG, Whitehaven, pair of blankets.
 MURDOCH & Co., melodeon
 Mr. PAPE, razor
 Mr. McINTYRE, goods
 Mr. ROUTLEDGE, Seaton, ham
 Beehive Corporation, goods
 J. F. FURNACE, goods
 P. G. QUIRK, pipe & case
 Mr. McDOUGALL, Whitehaven, pair of trousers
 Mr. ATKINSON, box of cigars
 Mr. OSBORNE, Seaton, goods
 Messrs MANDALE & Sons, gold pin
 Mr. SANDWITH, box of cigars
 Mr. ROBERTS, Harrington, goods
 Mr. BOWE, box of cigars
 Mrs. SANDWITH, box of cigars
 Mrs. SANDERSON, box of cigars
 Cumbrian Cycle Co., goods
 C. LOCKHART, gold links and studs
 Mr. BIRKENSHAW, goods
 Mr. BYERS, goods
 Mr. SINGERS, album
 M. DIXON, Seaton, Potatoes
 W. C. HILL, goods
 T. BREW, goods
 Mr. HUBBLE, camera
 Mr. LISTER, goods
 Mr. OSBORNE, Gilcrux,leg of mutton
 A. D. HOLLIDAY, hat
 Mr. BLACKWELL, goods
 J. W. SANDWITH, Seaton, leg of mutton
 J. KINGHORN, goods
 J. C. PORTER, goods
 T. C. GARSTANG, pipe & case
 Mr. ELLIOTT, Harrington, silk muffler
 H. PARKINSON, crockery
 T. HINDMOOR, goods
 R. PICKERING, pipe & case
 Mr. ROBERTSON, Wilson Street, goods
 Mre. BEWLEY, goods
 Mrs. WILSON, goods
 T. PARKINSON, goods
 J. HASTINGS, goods
 J. PENN, goods
 J. SHACKLEY, Seaton, goods
 H. GARROWAY, stockings
 J. LIGHTFOOT, goods
 Mrs. SCOTT, goods
 Mr. DANSIE, goods
 T. HURST, goods
 Mrs. GRAHAM, goods
 G. LOWDEN, goods
 I. HOLMES, goods
 Mr. PARKINSON (Market Place), goods
 Maryport Brewery Company, goods
 Mr. BROWN, goods
 Mrs. FEARON, goods
 A. SKELTON, razor
 Mrs. BETHWAITE, cake
 A friend, silk tie
 Walter WILSON, goods
 J. BOUNINGTON, tinned tongue
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 Below are the prize winners in their order of merit:
 J. COWAN
 D. FEE
 M. BECK
 J. ATKINSON
 T. POTTS
 J. HOLMES
 J. COYD
 J. GALLANTRY
 J. DAVIDSON
 J. IRVING
 W. FELL Junr.
 J. ASKEW
 E. MULCASTER
 T. CALLOW
 W. SHORT
 Rich EDWARDS
 F. LITTLE
 J. UNDERWOOD
 J. S. BLAIR
 W. ELLIOTT
 J. McCRACKEN
 J. MULCASTER
 Jas. JOHNSTON
 W. FELL
 J. HOLLIDAY
 G. WHITE
 T. WHITE
 J. SMITH
 J. HANCOCK
 J.  J. SHORT
 W. GILMOUR
 P. ARMSTRONG
 G. SHORT
 J. PEACOCK Junr
 J. SCOTT
 J. SANDWITH
 R. FELL
 T. JAMES
 John UNDERWOOD
 J. JOHNSTON
 J. HARRISON
 H. KEGG
 R. WEIGHTMAN
 J. BOYLES
 T. W. WILSON
 J. SIMPSON
 J. FELL Senr
 J. UNDERWOOD Senr
 W. MILBURN
 Jos. DAVIDSON
 I. BECK
 W. RITCHIE
 B. MOORE
 R. DIXON
 P. BECK
 John FELL
 S. BLAKNEY
 W. HERBERT
 Jas PEARSON
 J. WHITE
 H. FELL
 R. CLAPPERTON
 W. FELL
 T. BROWN
 J. RAWLINGS
 J. McTRUSTY
 J. KILGOUR
 R. FEARON
 J. PEACOCK
 T. DIXON
 J. ATKINSON
 J. YOUNG
 J. MORRISON Junr
 W. McCRACKEN
 W. SANDWITH
 R. EDWARDS Junr
 A. MILLER Senr
 J. SHEPHERD
 W. PRICE
 R. FEARON
 R. EDWARDS Senr
 T. PARKINSON
 S. CAMERON
 E. BANKS
 I. HOLMES
 W. IRVING
 J. MURPHY
 F. YOUNG
 W. HOODLESS
 A. WILLIAMS
 J. F. MORRISON
 W. CHARLTON
 J. SLATER
 S. TENBY.
  The members of this club brought their season to a close on Saturday afternoon last, , with a double handed sweepstake in which there were 42 entries. Several bowlers from Workington, where the season has finished, were present and took part in the games, and managed to carry away with them some of the spoils. The weather was all that could be desired, and all enjoyed the games to the full.
 Third Round:
 W. SHORT
W. CARRUTHERS                4
 W. JACKSON
R. FELL                                  5
 W. LITTLE
J. MULCASTER                     7
 W. SANDWITH
W. ELLIOTT                           7
 J. GALLANTRY
H. FELL                                   7
 J. HOLLIDAY
J. ASKEW                               6

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 Fourth Round
 W. SANDWITH                      6
W. ELLIOTT    
 J. GALLANTRY
H. FELL                                    7
 W. LITTLE and J. MULCASTER odd men.
 W. LITTLE, J. MULCASTER, J. GALLANTRY and H. FELL divided the 1st and 2nd money, and received 5s 9d each. W. SANDWITH and W. ELLIOTT received 3s 6d each. Those beaten in the 3rd round obtained 2s each.

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