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- Edition: March 10, 1882 March 10, 1882
The adjourned examination of Messrs. TATE and GRAHAM was fixed for
Wednesday last, at the Court House, Cockermouth, before Mr. E. L. WAUGH,
Registrar. There were present:
Mr. T. B. MASON
Mr. GRAHAM of Carlisle failed to appear. Dr. W. RUSSELL, of Carlisle,
certified that Mr. GRAHAM was confined to his house by illness, and would probably
be so for some time. Mr. MASON said Mr. NICHOLSON, one of the trustees, would
report that Mr. TATE had given every information, and in consequence need
not be subjected to any examination that day. Mr. NICHOLSON said that Mr. TATE
had not taken a very active part in the business transactions of the firm,
but such transactions as he had given full and complete information about. The
inquiry was then adjourned till Mr. GRAHAM is able to put in an appearance.
CLIFTON SCHOOL BOARD.
The usual monthly meeting of the Great and Little Clifton School Board
was held, on Tuesday afternoon last, at the Reading-room. There were present:
Mr. SPENCE, chairman
Mr. Jackson MOORE
W. PAISLEY, clerk.
The business transacted was purely of a routine character and quickly
On Friday evening last a very interesting lecture was delivered in the
Good Templar's Hall, by Captain J. Reilly M'DONALD, on the subject of
"Coercion rule, and how to abolish it." The lecture was well attended, and at the
close of it a hearty vote of thanks was accorded to the lecturer, who, in
replying, asserted that he would support the Conservatives, as they did not sail
under false colours like the Liberals.