children regularly to school:
Ann FARLEY, Maryport.
in the chair.
Mr. TWENTYMAN gave notice that at next meeting he would propose that the
Board should borrow the money necessary for street improvements.
A recommendation of t...
MARYPORT - FRIDAY
(Before R. RITSON, J. ADDISON, and J. RITSON, Esqs.)
Thomas CARRUTHERS, of Camerton, was fined 12s for being drunk and disorderly
and 40s for assaulting P. C. WATSON; and W. CARRUTHERS, Jas BLACK, and F.
WALKER were fined 2
WIGTON - TUESDAY.
(Before E. FIDLER, Esq.)
AT THE WORKHOUSE
Joseph HEWITSON, an inmate of the workhouse at Wigton, was charged with
disobeying orders in the house.
Miss. LOWTHER (the assistant matron) proved the offe...
George MILLS respectfully announces to his numerous friends and the public
generally, that he has just completed his extensive improvements on the
premises, 48 King Street, and hopes that by c...
Before T. S. SPEDDING, WM. OXLEY, and H. A. SPEDDING, Esqrs., and the REV. H. M. SHORT.
A QUESTION OF TIME.
SUSANNAH GRISEDALE, a married woman, wife of NORMAN GRIZEDALE, was charged with having perjured herse...
DEATH OF A BARONET./CODRINGTON
The death of Sir WILLIAM RAIMOND CODRINGTON, Bart., took place at Chateau de
la Boullaye, his residence at Montfort, in Brittany, on the 17th Dec., at
the age of 67 years. The deceased was the only son of the late Sir W
Well, t' "Star's" mead its furst appearance, an' Ah think be wat ah've heeard, its suited gaily weel. Sartanly thear is sum 'at dusn't seem setisfied, neah matter wat yan dus for them. For instance, Ah've hard yan or two greet s...
CRICKET IN AUSTRALIA.
MELBOURNE, December 29.
The first cricket match between the English Eleven and Eighteen of Victoria
was commenced on the Melbourne Cricket ground on Saturday last.
The weather was fine, and the attendance on the ground very numerou
General Post Office, July.
On and from the 1st August next, all letters and packets for places
within the Unitd Kingdom, posted at any branch post office or receiving-office
in London, or within the ...