STEAM TO LIVERPOOL.
THE CARLISLE and LIVERPOOL STEAM NAVAGATION
COMPANY'S Large and Powerful Steamer, 'THE NEWCASTLE", Captain THOMAS
BURTON, will Sail between PORT CARLISLE and LIVERPOOL, calling at ANNAN and
off WHITEHAVEN (Weather Permitting).
FARES TO LIVERPOOL.-Cabin, 12s: Deck 5
And between PORT CARLISLE and BELFAST
FARES.-Cabin, 10s and Steward's Fees, 2s: Deck, 3s.
(i) and (ii) here were the departure and arrival times.
JOHN CARRUTHERS, Steam Packet Office, 4 Castle-street, Carlisle
DAVID BAXTER, Annan
JAMES GRAHAM, 42, George Street, Whitehaven
JOHN FRAZER, King's Arms Inn, Dumfries
HENRY HALTON, 31, Water Street, Liverpool
JOHN WALKER, 111, Market Street, Manchester
ROBERT STOREY, Fenwick's Entry, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
GEORGE M'TEAR, 33, Donegall Quay, Belfast
**The Public are cautioned against sending contraband goods by the above
Vessels, the Committee Management having determined that all suspicious
Packages shall be given up to the EXCISE.
NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE AND CARLISLE RAILWAY.
ALTERATION of the TIMES of DEPARTURE of the TRAINS, on and
after the 1st November, 1844 : -
GOING WEST THROUGH THE WEEK.
TRAINS LEAVE LEAVE ARRIVE AT
NEWCASTLE GATESHEAD CARLISLE
Morning 7 hrs. ------ 10 hrs.
Morning 11hrs 10 min 11 hrs. 2 hrs. 10
(short) 12hrs 30 min To Hayden Bridge only.
(Mail) 2hrs 30 min 2 hrs. 20 min 5 hrs. 30
Afternoon 4hrs ------ 7 hrs.
Afternoon 6hrs 30 min 6 hrs 20 min 9 hrs. 30 min.
GOING WEST ON SUNDAYS
Morning 9hrs ------ 12
hrs. 15 min.
Afternoon(Mail) 5hrs ------ 8 hrs.
A train leaves Milton for Carlisle every Saturday morning, at half-past
o'clock, for the convenience of people attending the market.
The train which hitherto left Newcastle for Hexham Market on Tuesdays is
FARES (For the Whole Distance) between Newcastle and Carlisle,
1st Class, 11s; 2nd Class, 8s 6d,
Children under Two Years of Age, Free; above Two and under Ten, Half-price.
Passengers in Private Carriages charged Second Class Fares. Goods and
Parcels conveyed with safety and dispatch, and at moderate rates.
JOHN ADAMSON, Secretary.
Railway Office, Forth, Newcastle-upon-Tyne,
October 21st, 1844.
(i) here was a corresponding schedule for travelling East.