SMALL NEWS ITEMS.
SOCCER. Dalton and District schoolboys' team beat Morecambe at Morecambe last Saturday by three goals to two. Radcliffe are visitors to Dalton on Saturday to play in the Lancashire County Elementary Schools' Cup Competition. Second Round.
LOWICK SOCIAL. On Friday a concert and dance was held at Lowick Bridge in aid of the funds of the Ulverston Cottage Hospital. MR. J. MILLER and a concert party from Ulverston presented an excellent programme. MR. GORDON of Hopefield, Lowick, presided over a good attendance. The arrangements were ably carried out by MR. HIGGIN the hon. secretary, and MRS FREAR provided the supper. Over £9 was realised.
DISMISSED. At Cockermouth, on Monday, JOHN LEWTHWAITE (21), farm servant, Shatton Lodge Farm, near Cockermouth, was charged with having indecently assaulted IVY GOULDING, aged 15, at Shatton, on November 26th. MR. THEODORE FISHER represented defendant, who denied the offence. The case was dismissed.
DEATH AT ST. BEES. On Sunday week, the death occurred at St. Bees of MRS. MARY ANN LAMB, 16, Main Street, after a brief illness. Deceased, who was 41 years of age, was the wife of MR. JOHN LAMB. She was an ardent worker at the United Methodist Church, and an old member of the St. Bees G.P.S.
The Funeral took place on Wednesday afternoon, when there was a large and representative attendance. The REV. A. AINLEY impressively conducted the service. A large number of floral tributes were sent.
CUMBERLAND COUNTY COUNCIL.
THE COUNCIL is prepared to accept LOANS of £50 and upwards (in Multiples of £50), on Security of the County Fund and Revenues of the Council. For Terms and Conditions apply to JOHN DURHAM, County Accountant, The Courts, Carlisle.
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1923.