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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
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  COCKERMOUTH POLICE COURT.
  The magistrates adjudicating at the County Court on Monday were :- Messrs. W. L. ALEXANDER (in the chair), Jno. WILSON, T. PAISLEY, H. P. SENHOUSE, and Jno. BOLTON.
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 KESWICK POLICE COURT.
  The magistrates adjudicating on Saturday at this Court were: - Messrs. J. J. SPEDDING (Chairman), J. W. ODDIE, L. LANGTON, Jno. MARSHALL and A. MITCHELL-DAWSON.

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 MISSION SERVICES.
  On Sunday, Mr. T. GOUDIE, of the Evangelisation Society, London, commenced a mission in the Congregational Church, Maryport. There were good congregations.
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 WYCLIFFE PREACHERS AT MARYPORT.
  On Monday night the Wycliffe Preachers commenced a weeks mission at Maryport. Owing to the wet weather the first meeting was held in the Athenaeum. There was a large audience.
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 WHITEHAVEN POLICE COURT.
  There was a light Court on Monday, three cases of drunkenness constituting of the whole of the business. The magistrates on the Bench were Councillor J. I. FISHER (Mayor) and W. H. KITCHIN.

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 DROUGHT AT WORKINGTON.
  The water cart carried round water for the burgesses dinners and teas on Monday. The supply has been cut off owing to the bursting of a pipe at Broughton.

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 ALLEGED ASSAULT ON THE POLICE.

  At Workington Police Court on Monday, William SMITH, a Workington labourer, was remanded by Mr. BOWES on charges of drunkenness and assaulting Sergeant STEVENSON, on Sunday morning.
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 THE CONVENT, MARYPORT.
  Mother Marie, who foe many years has acted as superior at the Convent, Maryport, is about to leave Maryport for Blackhill. Mother Marie is universally respected in Maryport, and her departure will occasion great regret.

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 NEW CHURCH ARMY CAPTIAN
AT WORKINGTON.

  Captain PATRICK, from Seaforth, Liverpool, has succeeded Captain WEBBER in the Church Army work of St. Michael's parish, Workington. Captain WEBBER has gone to Durham. Lieutenant HARRIS has come down from headquarters to assist at the Marsh Mission during the illness of the Rev. W. I. FOSBERY.
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 PROFANE LANGUAGE.
  Bridget MITCHELL, married woman, Water Street, Wigton, was summoned at the Wigton Petty Sessions yesterday (Tuesday) with using profane language in Water Street, Wigton, on September 25th.
  P. C. FISHER gave evidence. Defendant said the affair arose out of her mother being assaulted. A fine of 5s and costs was inflicted.

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  EGREMONT BURIAL BOARD.
  The ordinary monthly meeting was held in the Town Hall, Egremont, Monday evening. The following members were present: -
 W. ARMSTRONG, in the chair
 W. CARLTON
 J. C. FARQUHARSON
 Henry HARTLEY
 A. RICHARDSON
 J. WILSON
 J. MUNCASTER, clerk.
  Number of interments during the past two months, two adults and three children; corresponding month last year, two adults, three children.

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  LICENSE TRANSFERS
  The Wigton Bench of magistrates yesterday (Tuesday) granted the following license transfers: -
 Blue Bell, Wigton, from Wm. H. GREEN to Samuel ADAMS, Workington., On the application of Mr. MASON
 The Sun Inn, Hayton from Robert BRASS to J. D. HETHERINGTON, Langrigg, on the application of Mr. HETHERINGTON.
 The Crown and Anchor Inn, Rosely, from Richard MILLER to Thomas HOGG, Inglewood Head, on the application of Mr. GIBSON.
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