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HACKTHORPE - MONDAY, JAN. 5.
(Before the REV. W. MARKHAM, and CAP. MARKHAM.)
ASSAULT. - HANNAH THWAITES, of Shap, preferred a charge of assault against GEORGE PARKS, of Kings Meaburn. MR. J. P. SHEPHERD appeared for defendant. - Compl
of Elizabeth HALL, 31, wife of George Agustus HALL, a veterinary surgeon.
The evidence showed that the deceased had been annoyed by a report about her
husband, which induce...
The Great Tom Stakes - Gaydene 1, The Jilt 2, Yorkshire Lad 3. Eight ran.
Match Abana received forfeit.
The Johnstone Plate. - Southampton 1, The Jilt 2, Tweed 3. Six ran.
The Witham Selling Stakes. - Dunmore 1, Bawbee 2, Brothe...
The usual monthly meeting of the Gas Committee was held at the harbour
Office on Tuesday afternoon last. Mr. MANDLE presided, and other members present
The Clerk produced applications and ...
TESTIMONIAL TO MR. JOHN SLINGER, OF WARCOP.
On Friday evening, the 2nd inst., a large and influential meeting was held in the Temperance Hall, at Warcop, for the purpose of presenting to MR. JOHN SLINGER, a valuable testimonial as a token of the gener
On Tuesday night a young man named Thomas MILLER, residing in Mount
Pleasant, was killed in the yard at William Pit.
The deceased was employed there as a wagoner, and was letting a railway
truck filled with coal out fro...
At this market there was only a small supply of wheat, and the prices were
16s to 17s. Barley sold at 11s 6d. A fair supply of oats, which sold at 8s 3d.
Indian corn keeps dear, and little doing in store wheat.
named BELL, a barber at Cleator Moor, had been brought before the magistrates
and convicted of ill treating an apprentice who had formerly been in the
Mr. MUSGRAVE s...
FACTS and FACETIAE.
The oldest Westernn Settler .... The evening sun.
WANTED TO KNOW .... Is a baker's son not bred to the business ?
WHEN is the weather like the National Debt ? .... When it's unsettled.
QUERY .... May a girl be said to have a ringi
WIGTON B. W. T. A.
There was a large attendance at the weekly session held in the
Temperance Hall, Wigton. Mr. D. W. REED, B. Sc., Brookfield, presiding. Mrs. REED
kindly brought along Mr. Harvey THEOBOLD to entertain the company, and the
lantern lecture which he gave was much enjoyed.
CLIFTON WESLEYAN CHAPEL.
The Rev. H. SYMMONS, Circuit Minister, presided at the annual missionary
meeting of this chapel on Thursday evening. There was a good attendance to
hear his lecture on "The Pathos and Humour of Slum Life in East London," which
was both interesting and amusing.
ACCIDENT AT FLIMBY.
When Mrs. A. MILLAR was alighting from the 8-25 Cumberland bus at Flimby
on Saturday night, she fell and her head came in contact with the
kerb-stone, causing severe wounds. Mr. WILLIAMSONM rendered first aid and Mrs. MILLAR
was removed to her home where she received attention from the nurse and doctor.
Detective-Sergt. Joseph CARRUTHERS, of Calgary City Police Force
(Western Canada) a son of ex- Police Sergt. Geo. CARRUTHERS, of Maryport, has been
promoted to the post of inspector in charge of the night force. A Calgary
paper states that Inspector CARRUTHERS has a long list of major crime convictions
to his credit.
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH, BIGRIGG.
Special services were held at St. John's Church, Bigrigg, on Palm
Sunday, the preacher in the morning and at the afternoon services being the curate,
the Rev. G. H. EGGLETON. The choir rendered Stainer's "Crucifixion" and the
rector of ST. Mary's, Egremont, Rev. I. EARNSHAW was the preacher at the