new. Whoever may have found the same will oblige by commuicating with the
publisher of the 'Advertiser'.
THE EIGHTH ANNUAL CONVENTION for the PROMOTION of PRACTICAL HOLINESS, will
be held at KESWICK (D.V.), JULY 24th to 29th.
T. D. HARFORD BATTERSBY, Keswick.
ROBERT WILSON, Broughton Grange, near Carlisle.
BOILER EXPLOSIONS ACT 1882
NOTICE TO POLICE AND SANITARY AUTHORITIES AND TO THE USERS OF STEAM BOILERS.
The Boiler Explosions Act 1882 (45 and 46 Vict., c. 22) is now in force.
Users of Steam Boilers should at once obtain a copy of the Act in order that
they may avoid the penalties attendant on a disregard of its provisions.
The clerk of any police, or sanitary, or other local authority, and any user
of a steam boiler (other than of a boiler used for domestic purposes) can
obtain a copy of the Act gratis by making application by post to the
undersigned within ten days from the date of this notice.
Issued by order of the Board of Trade, this 15th day of July, 1882.
One of the Assistnt Secretaries to the said Board,
7, Whitehall Gardens, S. W.
THE MEMORIAL STONES OF A NEW WESLEYAN CHAPEL
AT BRIGHAM, NEAR COCKERMOUTH, will be laid on
THURSDAY, JULY 27th, 1882, at 3-45 p.m.
by WILLIAM FLETCHER, Esq., Brigham Hill;
W. H. WILSON, Esq., Broughton Grange;
MRS. FISHER, Brigham
and MISS COCKBAIN, Barr's View
TEA will be provided in a Large Tent in the Field adjoining the Chapel at
o'clock, and a PUBLIC MEETING will be held at Six o'clock,
To be addressed by the REV. THOMAS DICKIN, District Chapel Secretary, the
REV. T. M. RODHAM, and the REV. JOHN GREENWOOD, formerly Ministers of
the Circuit; the REVs. W. WATSON and W. T. BAKER, MR. JOHN TELFORD,
of Maryport, and others.
Tickets for Tea 1s. each, may be had at the Entrance.
Collection during the Public Meeting on behalf of the building fund.