CONCERT AT GRASSLOT.
Last night the members of the "Mission" Lodge of Good Templars, Grasslot, held their annual concert and coffee supper, in the Baptist Mission-room, Grasslot. The REV. H. C. BAILEY presided, and there was a fair audience. A choir, under the leadership of MR. WILLIAM COULTHARD, of Ellenborough, sang the following selections: -
"My Redeemer" , "Daughters of Zion" , "Gospel Bells" , "The Summer's Evening" , "All ye Lands" , "I never knew you" , "Faint yet Pursuing". The REV. J. EASTWOOD delivered an interesting address on temperance.
At the conclusion of the concert, a supper was held, the tables presided over by the lady members of the lodge.
ACCIDENT AT THE DOCK
Yesterday, JOHN KIRKBRIDE, of Dearham, a goods guard on the Maryport and Carlisle Railway, met with an accident while assisting to make up a train at the dock.
By some means or other, it seems the man was caught between the buffers of two wagons, and his leg and thigh were severely crushed. He was afterwards removed home in a cab.