and “Joan of Arc” in the theatrical world, sued the Lancashire and Yorkshire
Railway Company for damages for false imprisonment.
She had been performing at Preston Theatre, ...
Crossing, near Silloth. The house at the Crossing is occupied by Joseph REED,
platelayer, and his son, a boy of about twelve years of age, was engaged in opening
the gate about the ...
LOCAL & DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE.
NOTICE. - A well-known local gentleman, a literateur of some standing, who is at present travellin' in Scotland, will shortly contribute to the "Star" a series of interesting papers entitled "Notes on a journe...
FIRE. - A fire occurred in Berkley Court, Duke Street in this town on Sunday
evening, July 11, which at one time threatened an extensive destruction to
surrounding buildings. The fire originated in a foul chimney, and was with great
be out of bed for six months after, and I wasn’t to know what it will cost
So said a man who entered a Griswold - street law office yesterday, and it
was plain to be seen...
SUMMARY OF PASSING EVENTS.
The chairmen of the various railway companies continue to reply to the
circular recently sent to them by the President of the Board of Trade.
There is a certain similarity in the tone and argumentation of all the
their weekly session in the Templar’s Hall, at high Seaton. The lodge was
opened in due form by the W. C. T. Brother J. SHILTON. There was an average
attendance. One visito...
Items of news by the mail are as follows: -
The N.W. Provinces Rent Bill and Revenue Bill have both passed the Supreme
At the meeting of the Bengal Social Science Association, SIR GEORGE CAMPBELL
was elected President for next year
The usual monthly meeting of this Board was held in the School-room on
Wednesday. There were present: -
Rev. H. LUMB, chairman
R. H. WILLIS
William HOLLIDAY, the clerk
Mr. HARRISON, master of the Board School.
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...