FOUND on New Year's Day, 1874, at BROWNHOW, near Blencow Station, a BOX
The Owner can have it by describing the articles, on applying to GEO.
JOHNSTON, Newbiggin, Dacre, and paying all expenses.
LOST, from EDEN LACY, Great Salkeld, a Black and White SETTER DOG, answers
to the name of "Rol."
Any person giving information at Eden Lacy, or to JAMES HOGG, of Great
Salkeld, will be rewarded.
TO FARMERS AND LANDOWNERS.
REFUSE SALTPETRE FOR AGRICULTURAL PURPOSES.
J. BEST and R. SINTON, KIRKBYTHORE, Penrith, have 400 TONS of above to
Dispose of , which is highly recommended for Green, White, and Grass Crops,
particularly for land liable to grub or moss.
TAILOR & WOOLLEN DRAPER,
WANTED, TWO APPRENTICES to the DRESS and MILLINERY MAKING. Apply to MR. G.
C. FALLOWFIELD, Draper, Shap.
WANTED, an APPRENTICE to the Linen and Woollen DRAPERY BUSINESS. Apply to
R. SIMPSON & CO., Penrith.
RESTORATION OF KIRKBY STEPHEN CHURCH.
IT is proposed (D.V.) solemnly to rededicate this Church after restoration,
to the service of Almighty God through Jesus Christ our Lord, on TUESDAY,
JANUARY 6th, 1874, "The Feast of the Epiphany."
Holy Communion at 8.30 P.M.
Morning Prayer with SERMON, by the LORD BISHOP OF CARLISE, at 11.45 A.M.
Evening Prayer with SERMON by the LORD BISHOP OF CARLISLE, at 8 p.m.
Clergymen are requested to bring Surplices, and meet at the Vicarage at
Collections towards defraying the cost of Restoration will be made after
A PUBLIC LUNCHEON will be provided at the King's Arms Hotel, at 1.30 P.M.
Tickets 2s 6d. each
Kirkby Stephen, Dec. 29th, 1873.
LIGHT ROAN, the property of MR. JAMES DOVER, Woodfoot, Crosbyravensworth,
WILL SERVE a limited number of COWS at 10s each.
Any Cow having cast her calf or been served with another bull, will be
charged Five Pounds.
LYVENNET was got by Gondolier, the property of MR. RELPH, Maulds Meaburn,
bred by Rev. T. Stainforth (28733), grand sire, Old Border (15676), dam
Border Queen, g. dam Red Rose 6th, by Gainsford (10255), g. g. dam Red Rose
by Emperor (9084), g.g.g. dam Red Rose by Sir Thomas Newton (6495).
g.g.g.g. dam Hackthrope by General (3967).