Keswick; Friday, 24th, Embleton; each morning at ten o’clock.
ALL SAINT’S CHURCH.
The annual collection for the increase of the curate’s stipend will be made
int his church to-morrow. - Advt.
The Lord Bishop of the Diocese intends holding a Confirmation service in
this church, on Tuesday next, at 3 p.m.
COCKERMOUTH SAVINGS BANK.
The directors of this bank for Saturday, October 18th, are Mr. Richard
ROBINSON and Mr. Joseph STRAUGHTON.
A fine dog of the greyhound breed, belonging to Mr. William RODGER’s of
Little Broughton, was killed on the Bullgill branch of the Maryport and Carlisle
Railway a few days ago by passing a train.
BROUGHTON FOOTBALL CLUB.
The first match in connection with the newly formed football club at
Broughton will be played to-day (Saturday) with the Greysouthen Football Club, on
the ground of the former. Both clubs have been in existence only a few weeks,
and exciting match is anticipated. Kick-off at four o’clock.
Yesterday (Friday), at the Cockermouth Police Court, John BURKE, a
tramp, who is a native of Ireland, was charged in custody before R. SENHOUSE,
Esq., with begging on the previous day.
Sergeant LANCASTER, who apprehended the prisoner at 5-30 on Thursday
evening, gave evidence in support of the charge, and the prisoner was committed
to Carlisle Gaol for 14 days.
CHAPEL ANNIVERSARY AT LITTLE BROUGHTON.
The anniversary in connection with the Primitive Methodist Chapel,
Little Broughton, was held on Sunday and Tuesday last. On Sunday two sermons were
preached, afternoon and evening, by the Rev. Ralph SHIELDS, circuit minister,
Cockermouth. On Tuesday afternoon tea was provided in the chapel, when there
was a fairly good attendance, the tables presided over by:
Mrs. Thomas TUNSTALL
Miss. Maggie TUNSTALL
Miss. Mary IRVING
Miss. Sarah TUNSTALL, Great Broughton
In the evening a public meeting was held, presided over by Mr. Thomas
GRAHAM, Glen Cottage. Addresses were also delivered by:
Rev. Ralph SHIELDS, Cockermouth
Mr. P. N. KENNEDY, home missionary, Keswick
Mr. J. METCALF, Cockermouth.
There was only moderate attendance. Collections were taken at the close
of each service in aid of the chapel fund.