NEWS AND NOTES
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 Lady LECONFIELD has gone from London to North Berwick.
 
 
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 Sir John RANDLES, M. P., is going to India in October, and will not be back till the end of January.
 
 
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 The Whitehaven and West Cumberland Infirmary Bazaar is to be postponed till the 7th October, 1914.
 
 
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 The Wigton Gaslight and Coke Company have declared a dividend for the year ended June 10th of 15s per £10 share, free of income tax.
 
 
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 The death is announced of Colonel T. A. IRWIN, late of Lynehow, J. P. And D. L. For Cumberland. Deceased who was 68 years of age died on the 6th inst.
 
 

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 A receiving order has been made on the debtor’s petition, filed by Mr. ATTER, against John BEGG, residing and carrying on business at 76, Lowther-street, Whitehaven, dentist.
 

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 It was notified in Tuesday’s Gazette that the Counties of Cumberland and Westmorland will be united for the purposes of the next Winter Assizes, and that the Assizes will be held in Carlisle.
 

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The ss. Myrtle Holme, of Maryport, has been accepted by the Royal Mail Co. To sail under their flag for a voyage from Swansea to Santos and Rio. This speaks well for the ship, as only excellent vessels with an average speed of not less than ten knots are accepted.
 

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