TENDERS FOR POLICE CLOTHING AND HELMETS.
 
THE WATCH COMMITTEE of the CITY of CARLISLE  are prepared to receive Sealed TENDERS for Furnishing SUITS of UNIFORM and HELMETS for the Police Sergeants and Constables of the City of Carlisle.
 
    The Clothing must be made of cloth wool, dyed, and thoroughly shrunk.  A specimen of the style of uniform may be seen at the CITY POLICE OFFICE.
 
    The Tenders must be marked "Tender for Uniform" and "Tender for Helmets," enclosing a pattern of cloth intended to be used, and Clothing to be delivered on or before the 1st day of APRIL, 1877.
 
    There must be nothing to indicate the contractor's name, otherwise the Tender will be rejected.
 
    Tenders for the above must be sent in to the WATCH COMMITTEE on or before the 21st FEBRUARY curt.
 
                                                                GEO.  MACKAY,  Chief Constable.
                                       
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CLOTHING,  CLOTHING MATERIALS,  BUNTING,  FEARNOUGHT.
 
Contract Department,
        Admiralty,  Whitehall,  S.W.,
                        2nd February, 1877.
 
TENDERS will be received until Two o'Clock on MONDAY, 26th FEBRUARY next, for --
 
CLOTHING,  CLOTHING  MATERIALS,  &c.
 
Bunting                                           186,500   yds.
Calico,  White                                    40,00     yds.
Coal Bag Cloth                                    2,400   yds.
Coal Sack Cloth                                 45,00    yds.
Drill,  White Cotton                         100,000   yds.
Fearnought                                       33,200   yds.
Hammock Cloth                              112,000   yds.
Hessen                                              36,600   yds.
Osnaburgh                                         1,300    yds.
Shirting,  Blue Striped Cotton         35,000    yds.
Tape, Stay                                          1,700  pieces
Tape White,  ½inch                         24,400  pieces
Tape Dutch                                    104,000  pieces
 
        The above Contracts are for specific quantities of the several Articles, and for forward delivery within stated periods.
 
        Tenders may be for the whole of any portion of a Contract.
 
        Their Lordships do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender, and they reserve to themselves the power of accepting any part of a Tender.
 
        Net prices should be given;  all Trade discounts being allowed in the quotations.
 
        Forms of Tender, containing all particulars, may be obtained on personal application at this Office, or by letter addressed "Director of Navy Contracts, Admiralty, Whitehall, S.W."  Forms of Tender may also be obtained and samples seen of the Articles marked "L" at Leeds, and "M" at Manchester,  on application to the Secretary of the Chamber of Commerce.
 
                                                        FRANCIS W. ROWSELL,
                                                                   Director of Navy Contracts.
                           
 
       
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      MONEY  TO  LEND.
                               BY THE
         IMPERIAL ADVANCE BANK,
     27, South John Street, Liverpool,
 
            IN TOWN OR COUNTRY,
   WITHOUT ANY KIND OR SURETIES.
THE STRICTEST PRIVACY GUARANTEED.
 
                  £40 TO £2000.
 
Ready to be advanced at a few hours' notice in sums to suit Gentlemen or Ladies  (householders), without any kind of sureties and with the utmost secrecy, repayable by easy instalments.
 
MOST IMPORTANT TO
Farmers, Cowkeepers, Car Proprietors, Shopkeepers, and others.  £40 to £2000 can be obtained, without any delay, upon effects without removal, in sums to suit them, upon their own undertakings, without the aid of friends to become sureties for them, which can be repaid monthly, quarterly, or other terms, as may be agreed upon, to enable them to increase their stocks, and render them every kind of temporary accommodation.
 
Executions of every kind paid out.  Distance no object.
       
Every information willingly afforded.
 
The Bank having a large capital in hand, no good application is refused.
 
Apply personally, or if by letter state amount required.  Deposits received.
 
 
                                                                           C. BENSON, Manager
                           
 
       
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COUNTY HOTEL LIVERY AND BAIT STABLES,
COUNTY MEWS,
 
AND
 
CITY POSTING ESTABLISHMENT,
CARLISLE.
 
H E N R Y     G R A H A M,
CARRIAGE  AND  CAB  PROPRIETOR.
 
Hearses,  Mourning  Coaches,  Broughams,  and
Open  Carriages.
 
Hunters, Ladies' and Gentleman's Saddle Horses,
Neat Gigs,  Dog Carts, Basket Cars, and Phaetons,
Hansom Cabs.
 
Gentlemen's Horses taken in to Shoe.
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All Orders sent to Office at the Mews punctually
attended to.
 
February 8th, 1877.
 
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QUEENSLAND  EMIGRATION.
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      The next ship for Queensland is the magnificent fast-sailer,
Southesk, from South West India Dock, London, on the 10th
March next, for Brisbane, Queensland.                                
 
   Aplications for Free or Assisted Passages may be made to,
and handbooks (post free) and all other information obtained
from the  local  Agent,   W.  JOBLING,  40½,  English  Street,
Carlisle; or                                                                              
THE AGENT GENERAL FOR QUEENSLAND,
32, Charing Cross, London, S.W.
 
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 ACCIDENTS  BY  FLOOD  AND  FIELD
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 ACCIDENTS  OF  ALL  KINDS
 
 May be provided against by a Policy of the
 RAILWAY PASSENGERS' ASSURANCE COMPANY,
 The oldest and largest Accidental Assurance Company.
 HON. A. KINNAIRD, M.P., Chairman.
 SUBSCRIBED  CAPITAL  £1,000,000.
 ANNUAL INCOME, £205,000.
 £1,120,000 have been paid as COMPENSATION.
 A fixed sum in case of Death by Accident, and a Weekly
 Allowance in the event of Injury, may be secured at
 moderate Premiums.
 
 Bonus allowed to Insurers of Five Years' Standing.
 Apply to the Clerks at the Railway Stations,
 the Local Agents, or
 64, CORNHILL, LONDON.
                              WILLIAM J. VIAN,  Secretary.
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 AGENTS FOR CARLISLE.
 Mr. D. BLACKBURN, Carlisle and Cumberland Bank
 Mr. J. THOMSON, Railway Station.
 
 
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 BOYS' CLOTHING
 
 HAS always been a prominent feature of
 our  Business,  and we are  this year  in a
 position  to  submit  an  unusually   Good
 Selection,   in  a  large variety  of  Shapes,
 Sizes,   Materials,   and   Prices.    We  call
 special attention to
 our New Design in the
 SPANISH  SUIT
 For little Boys, which is most effective, while
 the
 HARROW  SUIT
 Is unsurpassed for older Boys and Youths.
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 WILSON,   JESPERS,   &   CO
 BOYS' CLOTHIERS,
 CARLISLE, PENRITH, & APPLEBY.
 SEWING  MACHINE  DEPOTS.
 
 
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 ALLAN   LINE.
 SHORTEST  OCEAN  PASSAGE  TO
 AMERICA.
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 COMPOSED OF TWENTY FIRST-CLASS ROYAL MAIL
 STEAMERS.
 SAILING DAYS--From  LIVERPOOL, every TUESDAY and THURSDAY to
 CANADA,  and every  ALTERNATE TUESDAY to HALIFAX and BALTIMORE,
 forwarding  Passengers  on easy  terms  to  all  parts  of  CANADA  and the
 UNITED STATES.
     Surgeon and  Stewardesses  provided free for all  classes of Passengers.
 Passengers  who secure their  Tickets before  leaving home  are met at the
 Railway  Station in Liverpool by an appointed  Agent of the Company, who
 takes charge of them until they go on board the Steamer.                          
 The Canadian Government  grants Assisted Passages  by the  "Allan" Line.
 
 For rates of freight or passage apply to
 ALLAN BROTHERS & Co.,
 Alexandra Buildings, James Street, Liverpool; 
 or to
 W. JOBLING, 40½, English Street, Carlisle; 
 SLATER BROS.,  44,  Scotch Street, Carlisle;
 G. A. FLEET, 50, Roper Street, Whitehaven;
 J. WARWICK, Quay Side, Workington;
 R.A. BOUSTEAD, King Street, Wigton.
 
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NOTICE.
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RETURN VISIT AFTER FOURTEEN YEARS.
 
CORNS REMOVED FROM THIRD BED.  Corns, Bunions,  Callosities, Warts, Sore Legs, Varicose Veins, and every other disorder of the Feet, Hands, and Legs, effectually cured, without cutting or causing the slightest pain.
 
PROFESSOR SIEMMS,
Chiropodist from Berlin, may be consulted daily at Miss COOPER'S, Lowther Street, Carlisle, from 10 am till 5 pm, and from 6 till 8 in the Evening.
 
    No extra charge if attended at their own residences.  Fee 5s, and 2s 6d will be charged for each Corn or Root.  Bunions, 10s 6d;  Callosities, 1l 1s;  Nails, Warts, & c., will be charged accordingly.
    Professor SIEMMS has had the pleasure of attending medical and other gentlemen since his arrival in Glasgow, Edinburgh, and Carlisle, from whom he has been favoured with the following TESTIMONIALS, and reference can be made:--
 
            From W. MARSHALL, Esq., M.D., Dumfries.
       I have witnessed Professor SIEMMS extract corns in the most skilful manner. -- April 1, 1864.
 
            From A. THOMPSON, Chemist, Carlisle.
        I had corns extracted by Professor SIEMMS in a most dexterous manner, and quite painless, 14 years ago.  I have great pleasure in recommending him. -- Feb. 6, 1877.
 
            From J.C. FERGUSON, 8, Fisher Street.
        Professor SIEMMS has extracted corns from my feet without pain. -- August 16, 1863.
 
            From George THORPE, Hosier, Carlisle.
        Professor SIEMMS removed three corns from my feet 14 years ago without causing pain.  He has again attended with the same result.  I highly recommend him. -- Feb. 3, 1877.
 
            From Mr. Joseph SLACK, Chemist, Carlisle.
        Professor SIEMMS extracted several corns from my feet to my entire satisfaction. -- Feb. 3, 1877.
 
            From A LADY, Carlisle, January 31, 1877.
        Professor SIEMMS has very skilfully extracted several corns and a bunion from my feet without causing any pain.  I have great pleasure in recommending him.
 
            From Mr. Thos. TODD, Bootmaker, Botchergate.
        Professor SIEMMS has this day removed a corn from my foot without any pain. -- January 31, 1877.
 
            From Mr. James BROWN, Bootmaker, Botchergate.
        Professor SIEMMS has removed a corn from my foot without giving any pain.  I can highly recommend him. -- January 31, 1877.
 
            From Mr. ARMSTRONG, Farmer, Entwistle.
        Professor SIEMMS has removed two bunion corns from my feet without the least pain. -- January 29th.
 
            From Robt. NORMAN, 45, Cavendish Place, Carlisle.
        Professor SIEMMS removed several corns and a bunion fourteen years ago from my feet without any pain.  I am happy to state that I have had no return of them.  It gives me great pleasure in recommending him. -- February 15th, 1877.
 
        A BLESSING TO MOTHERS. -- Professor SIEMMS' Royal Lotion for Chilblains, Weakness of the Ankle &c., and Perspiration of the Feet, in Bottles at 4s 6d and 7s 6d, may be had at his Consulting Rooms.
 
        Agent for Professor SIEMMS' Treatise on Corns, &c. -- Messrs. T. W. ARTHUR & CO., English Street, and Station Bookstall.  Price 6d.
 
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 JAMES    A.  WHEATLEY
 Begs to invite an inspection of his beautiful
 NEW  STOCK  of  JEWELLERY,
 including
 COLLARETTES and NECKLETS, GEM RINGS,
 BROOCHES, LOCKETS, BRACELETS,
 and EARRINGS,
 unsurpassed in variety and artistic beauty.
 Also, an elegant Assortment of
 
 THE  SEASON'S  NOVELTIES
 in
 
 Fans, Work and Jewel Caskets, Dressing Cases and
 Fitted Bags, Portmonnaies, China, Glass,
 and Ormolu Fancy Articles, suitable for
 CHRISTMAS,  NEW  YEAR'S
 BIRTHDAY, and WEDDING GIFTS.
 65, English Street,
 CARLISLE.
 
 
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