PUBLIC NOTICES
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THE WINNING NUMBER in the DRAWING of MR. DIXON's Hearthrug, at Dearham, was
45;  second, 102.
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ASPATRIA SUNDAY LECTURE COMMITTEE.

ON SUNDAY, JULY 30th, 1882, a LECTURE will be given in the NOBLE TEMPLE,
Aspatria, by MR. THOMAS SLATER, of Bury.  Subject:  'THE DUTIES AND
RESPONSIBILITIES OF INQUIRERS AFTER TRUTH'.

Chair to be taken on each occasion at Two o'clock prompt.  Admission Free.
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BAZAAR IN JAMAICA.
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THE Ladies of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Kingston, Jamaica, intend to
hold a BAZAAR towards the end of the year.  Their church and its
surroundings are greatly in need of repairs;  and as they have already
cleared off upwards of £500 of debts during their present Minister's
pastorate, they now appeal for outside aid.  They would ask the friends of
their Minister in West Cumberland to assist them, as he was formerly in
charge of John-street Presbyterian Church, Maryport.

Money or goods suitable for sale in the Tropics may be sent to MRS. HARVEY,
The Manse, Maryport.  Money cheques may be sent direct to the REV. JAMES
COCHRANE, St. Andrew's Manse, Kingston, Jamaica.

By Order
       MARY J. COCHRANE
       Secretary of Bazaar Committee
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