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- Edition: Thurs, April 29, 1897 Thurs, April 29, 1897
MR. WILLIAM DIXON was, on Thursday evening, the recipient of a handsome
epergne, the gift of the officials of the Urban District Council, on the
occasion of his marriage. MR. ROTHERY made the presentation in the absence
of MR. GOWAN.
The base is of silver, and over each of the three feet stands a stag, while
the National Emblems of three countries appear in bold relief on the column,
and the same emblems are engraved on the glass dish and surmounting vase.
An engraved plate bears the inscription: "Presented to WM. DIXON, Esq., on
the occasion of his marriage, by the officials of the Cleator Moor Urban
District Council, April, 1897"
MR. and MRS. GLENN, who were married last week, will hold a social evening
in the Market Hall to-morrow.
MRS. J. L. JACKSON gave a tea at Moor Row Free Church on Thursday, the
proceeds of which were devoted to the Sunday School building fund.
The Wesleyan Church choir gave a cantata, "The Ruler's Daughter", on
Thursday, the solos being taken by MISSES MALKINSON, GREGGAIN,
TEASDALE, JOHNSTON, and MESSRS. TARR, HUTCHINSON, BEWLEY and
WILLIAMS. A supper was afterwards held.
An error occurred in last week's "Gazette" report of the meeting of the
Lindow Habitation of the Primrose League at Cleator Moor on Wednesday week,
in the names of the newly-elected members of the Executive Committee. The
names should have been
MR. JONAS LINDOW
MISS HALL and
MR. W. GAYTHWAITE
instead of the names given.
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