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 LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.

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SLIGHT INJURIES.

   Thomas CONNERY, aged 54, of 2 North Road, Kells, a  joiner, employed at
Haig Pit, was admitted to the Whitehaven Hospital on Tuesday  afternoon with
slight injuries.

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THE SCHOLARS.

   The scholars of Seascale Day School have made their  annual collection on
behalf of Dr. BERNARDO's Homes and Miss. HOWES, head  teacher, has received a
letter acknowledging the receipt of £3.

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WIGTON SWIMMING AND
WATER POLO CLUB.

   The Wigton Swimming and Water Polo Club played a  good game on Saturday
when they held their annual rummage sale in the Parish  Rooms. They netted
£14/16/4 thanks to the patronage of a large company.

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WHITEHAVEN MAGISTRATES.

   The Whitehaven Magistrates present at Monday's  Petty Sessions were:

Mr. R. JEFFERSON, (chairman)

Lieut. Col. G. DIXON (vice-chairman)

Messrs. E. L. NANSON

W. M. BIRKETT

P. DALTON

Mrs. EVANS

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EIGHTEEN TABLES were occupied at the weekly whist drive in the Cleator Moor
Conservative Club on Friday night. Prizes were won by:

Ladies: 1, Mrs. BEATTIE, 2. Mrs. DAWSON

Gents: 1. Mrs. THOMPSON (playing as gent) 2. Mr. McCRINK

The M. C. was Mr. J. MILFUL.

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NURSING SUCCESS.

   Mr. and Mrs. Jack SCOTT, of Moresby Parks, have  just received word from
their daughter, Miss. Mary SCOTT, that she has been  successful in passing her
final examination as a nurse. Miss. SCOTT is at  present engaged at the Mill
Road Hospital, Liverpool.