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- Edition: November 3rd 1882 November 3rd 1882
MARYPORT LITERARY AND
At a meeting of the above Society in the George-Street School room, on
Tuesday evening next, the 7th inst., at Eight o’clock, Mr. Thomas THOMPSON will
deliver a lecture entitled, “Leaves from the Notebook of a Journalist.”
WORKING MEN’S READING ROOM
UTILE - DULCE.
The Committee of the above very cordially THANK the Solway Ironworks Company
for the handsome donation of £5 through their Secretary, Mr. JACKSON.
Likewise the public generally for their benevolent donations of useful books from
time to time. Further donations in books will be gratefully received.
R. STUDHOLME, Secretary.
MARYPORT COFFEE TAVERN
COMPANY’S CHRISTMAS GOOSE CLUB.
The payment of subscriptions in connection with this Goose Club commenced on
the 28th of October, and will terminate on the 16th December next. The
subscription amounts to 1s 3d per week, and each subscriber will receive a goose,
value 10s and 1lb tea.
-Apply, Mr. DUNDAS, Manager, Coffee Tavern, Maryport.
CROSBY WORKING MEN’S
At the quarterly meeting of this institution on Monday evening, the 16th of
October, 1882, it was decided to build a new Reading Room, as the building at
present in use is required for other purposes. The following gift and
subscriptions toward this project have already been promised: -
Rev. R. BOWER £40 10s
Mr. D. GREENUP £5 5s
Miss. H. GOAD £2
Mr. C. STEWART
Mrs. S. B. SATTERTHWAITE £1
Mr. J. DIXON 10s
Mr. T. LONGCAKE 5s
Further subscriptions, which will be duly announced in the Maryport
Advertiser, are respectfully solicited and may be paid to Mr. E. GREENUP, Secretary,
Crosby, near Maryport.