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- Edition: July 14, 1888 July 14, 1888
LONDON, EDINBURGH, AND GLASGOW ASSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED.
AGENTS wanted for Workington, Carlisle, and all the principal towns in Cumberland. Apply to MR. S. DUNN, District Manager, 22, Station Road, or to MR. T. L. HARGREAVES, Superintnedent, 62, Peter Street, Workington.
WANTED a Steady Energetic Man to travel - Apply to R. HENDERSON, Studio, Roper-street, Workington.
PEARL LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY.
WANTED Agents and Collectors, whole or spare time - Apply, M. DAKERS, Hagg Hill
BRITISH WORKMAN'S ASSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, Additional Collectors on Salary and Commission throughout Cumberland and Dumfriesshire. - Aply, J. FLETCHER, District Superintendent, 16 WILLIAM STREET, WORKINGTON.
RESPECTABLE LODGINGS for Two Young Ladies at MRS. MEHARGS, James, street.-Terms moderate.
TO LET, at Banklands, Workington, a Detached VILLA, - Apply 2, DORA CRESCENT.
OFFICES to Let, Commercial Buildings, Station Road, Workington; fitted up with Lavatory, W.C., and every convenience. - Apply MR. JENKINSON, Auctioneer, Workington.
TO LET, the COMMERCIAL BEER HOUSE, Crown Street, Cockermouth; possession at Whitsuntide. - Apply, Brewery Office, Workington.
IMPORTANT SALE BY AUCTION OF VALUABLE AND SUBSTANTIAL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, FEATHER BEDS, CARPETS, BEDDING, ORNAMENTS, PICTURES, &c.
MR. JOHN JENKINSON will sell by AUCTION, at the Assembly Rooms, Portland Square, Workington, the whole of the Valuable HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and APPOINTMENTS of MRS. SMITH, Argyle Terrace, who is leaving the neighbourhood, on Wednesday and Thursday, July 18th and 19th at 1 o'clock and 6 o'clock each day.
VALUABLE MANSION, WITH GARDEN, ORCHARD, AND A PUBLIC HOUSE, AT GREAT CLIFTON, FOR SALE.
MR. JOHN JENKINSON will SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION at the New Crown Inn, Washington Street, on Wednesday, July 25th, 1888, the FREEHOLD MANSION HOUSE and GROUNDS at Great Clifton, known as Clarendon House, now occupied by JOHN YEATES, Esq.. Also the FREEHOLD INN at Great Clifton, known as the "Ship Inn", and occupied by MR. JOSEPH THOMPSON.
Conditions will be produced at time of Sale, and the Sale will commence at 6.15 p.m. prompt.
THE WORKINGTON LOCAL BOARD invite TENDERS for certain alterations and repairs to the NEW HOSPITAL at Ellerbeck.
Plans, Specifications, and other information can be obtained on application to MR. W. LIDDLE EAGLESFIELD, Surveyor, on and after TUESDAY, the 17th inst.
Tenders sealed and endorsed "New Hospital Repairs" to be sent in to the undersigned, not later than SATURDAY, 28th JULY, inst.
The Lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted.
JOHN WARWICK, Clerk to the Boards.
Workington, July, 1888.
I, ROBERT HENDERSON, Photographer, Roper-street, hereby give notice that J. S. GRAHAM, of Barepot, has no authority to collect any money on my behalf.
COMMERCIAL SCHOOL, WORKINGTON,
DUTIES will be resumed MONDAY, JULY 23rd.
LADIES' SCHOOL, CROSS HILL, WORKINGTON.
DUTIES WILL BE RESUMED MONDAY, JULY 23rd.
E, BRAITHWAITE, Scawfell Hotel, Seascale, intends RUNNING a COACH from Seascale to Wastdale and Wastdale Head on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays in each week during July and August; commencing July 2nd to September 30th, if there are any passengers; leaving Seascale Station at 10.10 a.m., returning from Wastdale Head at 3.30 p.m., in time for the evening trains.
Fares: Wastdale Head, 6s. return; Wastdale, 4s. return; including driver.
30s. and ELECTRO PLATE TIMEPIECE for HANDICAP QUOITING. on Saturday, July 21st. Distance 18 Yards, 11 Shots up; 5 Limit.
MANUFACTURERS' REMNANTS in Stuffs, Calicoes, Cashmeres, Alpacas, Velvets, Flannels & c. 10 lb. bundles cheap. Price List Free. - W. CLARKSON, 48, Swaine Street, BRADFORD.
Call and See GRISENTHWAITE'S Splendid Stock in His New Shop,
No. 11, Pow Street,
Which was formerly occupied by MRS. RENNY, and lately by MRS. EDDY, who has left the town.
JAMES CHAMBERS, General Cooper and Turner,
HAS now on Stock a Large Quantity of Well-Seasoned M A N G L E R O L L E R S
at Reduced Prices.
WOOD TURNING DONE AND WOOD SCREWING DONE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
Note the Address:-
64 DERWENT STREET
(FOOT OF WILLIAM STREET).
2/6 Ladies' and Gentlemen's, a large stock to select from, handsomely carved sticks. Post Free, 33 Stamps. Give one a trial. - THE CITY DEPOT, 79, Fenchurch-street, London, E.C.
GEORGE TYSON, Family Grocer, &c.,
Has a Splendid Stock of GOOD FLOUR, FEEDING STUFFS, and GENERAL PROVISIONS.
NOTICE: - G. T. attends the Market House every SATURDAY NIGHT.
WHITE and STODDART'S
FOR GUARANTEED FURNITURE.
J. HARDON, WATCHMAKER,
FRUIT AND FISH MERCHANT,
CALL AND SEE THE GREAT SALE OF
NEW GOODS AT THE
ALLIANCE BOOT CO'S.
BRANCH STORES, 22 Fisher-Street,
NOTICE THE FOLLOWING P;RICES: -
Womens' Persian Kid Shoes........2s 6d
Women's Persian Kid Button
and Lace Boots..........................3s 11d
Womens' Cloth Leg Button
and Lace.....................................3s 9d
Men's Nailed Working Boots.........3s 11d
Men's Nailed Blouchers.................3s 11d
Children's Patent Ankle-straps.......5-1/2d
FELT SLIPPERS FROM 1-1/2d. PER PAIR
NOTE THE ADDRESS: -
______________"FREE AND EASY" Open every evening at 8.
T. BATES, Proprietor.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT - CANVASSERS, COLLECTORS, INSURANCE AGENTS, &c., WANTED for the sale of Bradbury Prize Medal Sewing Machines and Bassinettes. Best terms in the trade offered.-
Manager, 30, Lonsdale Street, Carlisle; Crosby, near Maryport; or 20, Thompson Street, Workington.
TO LODGING HOUSE KEEPERS, HOTEL PROPRIETORS, AND THE PUBLIC GENERALLY.
VERRIER'S GREAT ANGLO-AMERICAN
6d. BAZAAR CO. Now Open at WOOD'S AUCTION ROOMS, BRIDGE-STREET, WORKINGTON, For a short time only, with a Large Quantity of Useful HOUSEHOLD GOODS, & IRONMONGERY, such as Galvanised Buckets, Washups, Frying Pans, Sauce Pans, Coffee-pots, Tea-pots, Dust Pans, &c.,
BEST SHEFFIELD CUTLERY, Carvers, Bread Knives; Table, Dessert, and Tea Spoons, Forks, &c.
FANCY GOODS AND TOYS. SPLENDID CARVED SWISS BRACKETS, BEAUTIFUL JEWELLERY, Brooches, Ear Rings, Necklets, Rings, Alberts, Chains, &c., &c.
Upwards of 20,000 Articles to select from,
500 Dozen Clothes Baskets & 500 Dozen Market Baskets of every description, all at 6d.
COME AND SEE THE 6D. BAZAAR. CONVINCE YOURSELVES.
ADMISSION FREE - Open from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. ALL AT 6d.
HIGHER, ALL AT 6d. NOTHING
336 DAYS OF SUCCESS for 6d. - Thousands have prospered by following directions given in RAPHAEL'S MESSENGER which tells exact times to speculate, buy, sell, deal, ask favours, travel, remove, court, marry, set fowls, sow crops, or anything else. Contains Birthday Information for every day of year, by which all can see what will befall them during next year of life, also Fate of any Child born in 1888. Price 6d, by post 7d.
RAPHAEL'S Book of Fate, 1s. Answers to all questions. RAPHAEL'S Book of Dreams, 1s. True interpreter. FOULSHAM & CO., 4, Pilgrim Street, Ludgate Hill, E.C.; Menzies, and all Stationers and Railway Bookstalls, and at the "Star" Office, Workington.
NAGG'S HEAD HOTEL, Derwent Street.
"FREE AND EASY" open every Evening at 8. Chairman, MR. PARKER; Pianoist, MR. SHANNON; Proprietor, T. HOGARTH.
JOHN T. J. JARMAN, FRUITERER, &C.,
2, HAGG HILL, WORKINGTON.