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- Edition: Wednesday, March 23, 1932 Wednesday, March 23, 1932
AT EASTER SESSIONS.
The Cumberland Licensing Committee (Compensation Authority) will present
their annual report at the forthcoming Easter Quarter Sessions for the
County to be held at Carlisle on Tuesday, April 5th. No licensed premises have
this year been "referred" for extinction by compensation, and the committee will
recommend that the ensuing year no compensation levy be made in respect of
the licenses existing in the county.
There are four criminal indictments in the calendar:
James William RIDDICK, aged 24, farm worker, Cross Cottages, Blennerhasset
and George RIDDICK, aged 17, Scales, Bromfield who were jointly indicted for
burglaries at Abbey Town, Blencogo, and Mealsgate.
Nathaniel MURDOCK, aged 47, coalminer, for stealing a sheep at Grasslot,
James FULTON, aged 18 for larceny at Workington.