VILLAGE TEMPERANCE  INN.


To celebrate the entry upon its jubilee year of the  Village Temperance Inn,

The Stingless Cup,” at Aikton, near Wigton, its  founder, Canon HASELL, of
Dalemain, who entered the ministry 58 years ago,  entertained the customers.


The inn, which at its inception was thought to be a  doubtful experiment,
has
proved an unqualified success.


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ALLHALLOWS MAN’S SUCCESS.


Many friends of Lieut. J. B. HEWSON, R.N.R., will join in  congratulations
for his splendid success. Lieut. HEWSON who is the son of Mr. W.  B. HEWSON,
headmaster of Allhallows School, passed his examination for master  mariner
in
July last. He has now passed his examination for “extra”  master.


He is an old scholar of the Allhallows School and with a County  Minor
Scholarship he went to the Nelson School, Wigton and to H. M. S. Conway on
the
Mersey. He is also a Fellow of the Royal Geographical  Society.


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FARM SALE.
MR. Wm. HOPE.


Mr. Wm. HOPE, auctioneer, Wigton, offered for sale in the Estate  Sale Room,
Wigton, on Tuesday afternoon, the farm known as Thornthwaite Close,  near
Wigton, comprising, house, buildings, and 61a. 3r. 5p. Of land, all in
grass, in
the occupation of Mr. David JOHNSTON.


Bidding commenced at £500, and at £870 it was sold to Mr. Jos.  HIND, Snow
Hill, Caldbeck. Mr. J. RICHARDSON, Well Rash, took part in the  bidding. Mr.
CREAR, Maryport, was the vendor’s solicitor.