IMPROVED BAR FRAMED BEE HIVES.
(by NEIGHBOUR and other Famed Makers)
WAX FOUNDATION, V. CUT SECTIONS,
and all other appliances.
LAWN GRASSES, Composed only of True Permanent Dwarf Kinds, not the sorts shown on Exhibition Grounds. 1s. per lb., 20s. per bushel.
THE VERY BEST SILVER LEVER WATCH at L2. 10s. is sold at J. YEOMANS, Station Street, Cockermouth. They are Capped, Jewelled, and Warranted for 12 months. Sent free, securely packed to any part, on receipt of P.O.O. for L 2. 10s.
145 FOUND DEAD !
BY SANDFORD'S RAT POISON. - " I found 130 rats killed by one dressing of it. " - J.U. PAINE, Farmer, Caxton. " I found 145 rats killed in my farm buildings by it. " - C. WILSON, Offord, Hunts. " It is the most certain remedy I have ever tried. Little pellets about the size of a pea are put in the rat holes or in their runs. I destroyed over 200 rats with one dressing with it. " - C. COOK, Grange Farm, Ellesmere, Salop.
Price, 1s. 2d., with postage, of SANDFORD & SON, Sandy, Beds.
Also Mice Poison for dressing corn stacks. Answers well. Kills mice on the spot. Thirty-seven found dead in the house by one packet. Send stamps and try it. Sold by Chemists.
Printed and Published by THOMAS WILLIAM JOHNSON, at the "Star" Offices, 21, Finkle Street, Workington.
SATURDAY, JULY 14TH 1888.
This ends the July 14th, 1888 edition of the Workington Star.
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, FOR SATURDAY.
A New Illustrated Weekly Halfpenny Newspaper.
Advertisements in the "Star" are set in prominent type and placed in conspicious positions. The charges are reasonable.
Illustrated Advertisements by special arrangements.
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OFFICES: 21, FINKLE-STREET,
J. HASTINGS, Tailor, Draper, and Hatter,
Falcon Place, WORKINGTON
MRS. PEARSON, Tobacconist,
Fisher Street, Workington.
Agent for Belfast Teas.
are the cheapest & best in the County.
Roper Street, off John Street.
CENTRAL STATION SAW MILL.
Joiner, Builder, and Contractor.
SAWING AND WOOD TURNING
for the Trade.
DUGALD M. WALKER,
Plumber, Gasfitter, Glazier,
Sanitary and Hot Water Engineer,
50, JANE STREET, WORKINGTON,
Begs to Announce that he has been
Appointed Agent for the ACME FILTER,
The best in the world. Can be fixed on water tap by any one.
INSPECTION INVITED, WHERE THEY CAN BE SEEN AT WORK.
From 13s. UPWARDS.
W E A R
T Y L E R S,
B O O TS.
NOTICE ! NOTICE !
E. CARMICHAEL, Painter, &c.,
Has removed from Devonshire-street to 50 Derwent-street.
All orders carefully attended to
T. F. MAYSON, WholeSale Manufacturing
Having removed to Finkle-street, and having fitted up the largest
In West Cumberland, is now able to compete with any house in the trade, and hopes by strict attention to business to merit a share of the public support.
ICE CREAM OF FINEST QUALITY.
Families supplied on the Shortest Notice.
T Y L E R S' B O O T S
A R E T H E B E S T.
J. HARDON, Watchmaker,
S. BETHELL, Shipper &c.,
Lonsdale Docks, Workington.
J. BOUCH, Fashionable London Tailor,
(Late from Buckmaster's, London)
13, Washington Street, Workington.
WM. DE. LACY SUDDARD & Company.
General Furnishing Ironmongers,
24, Finkle Street.
ALFRED E. DAND,
68, Pow Street
J. E. CARMICHAEL
Bookseller, Newsagent, and General Stationer, (Opposite the "Star" Office,)
SHERWOOD & SONS
Drapers & Mercers,
Pow Street, Workington.
GEORGE BROWNRIGG, Family Grocer,
Calls Special Attention to His 2s Blended Teas.
HENRY SHACKLEY, Butcher, etc.,
Station Road, Workington.
Hotels and Shipping Supplied.
S. DAWES, Baker and Dealer
IN FLOUR, OATS, PEAS, BEANS, and every Article in the Trade, of the Best
Quality and Prices to meet the times.
NOTE THE ADDRESS: -
31, Station Road.
CENTRAL HOTEL, WORKINGTON,
Family and Commercial Hotel and Posting House, Conveyances for Hire; Wagonettes will run every Sunday during Summer to Allonby and Keswick, alternately. Intending Passengers are requested to Book Early during the week.
JAMES JOLLEY, Plasterer, Builder, &c.,
42, Senhouse Place.
JOBBING CAREFULLY ATTENDED TO.
L O O K H E R E !
The Great American Novelty at Hagg Hill.
3 VICTORIA C-D-V'S for Sixpence,
Taken and Delivered in Five Minutes
Only at HAGG HILL, WORKINGTON.
"FREE AND EASY" Open every Evening at 8.
T. BATES, Proprietor.
JAMES FISHER, 41, Station Road,
Sells all kinds of Bird Seeds and Specialties for Bird-Keepers, Lark Food,
Canary Bread, &c.
ALL BEST QUALITY ONLY.
J. PARKIN, Family Grocer, Tea and Coffee
Dealer, CHURCH STREET, WORKINGTON.
t y l e r s ' b o o t s
a r e t h e Best.
PIANOS ! PIANOS ! PIANOS !
G. JENNS'S ANNUAL SALE for ONE MONTH, from JULY 7TH, of iron-framed PIANOS of our own Manufacture. 650 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS of Every Description at Greatly Reduced Prices for ONE MONTH.
Musical Instrument Maker, 60, Crosby Street, Maryport,
and 8, John Street, Workington.
(Opposite the General Post Office.)
6, Hemingford Road, London.
G. JENNS, Teacher of the Pianoforte.
Professor of Music
131, Harrington Road.
JOHN WAITE, Joiner, Undertaker and Furniture
Dealer, Wood Street, Maryport.
TO PIGEON FANCIERS.
SEE OUR PIGEON SEEDS !
Station Road, and Harrington Road.
Auctioneer and Appraiser,
64, King Street, Whitehaven,
1, Pow Street, Workiington.
Auction Mart, 75 by 28 Feet.
Oldest Established Auctioneer in Workington.
HOW ARE YOU
TO SAVE MONEY,
FARE THE BEST ?
WHY ! BY BUYING YOUR GROCERIES & PROVISIONS FROM
20, Station Road,
All Goods Are BOUGHT AND SOLD
for CASH ONLY,
LOWEST REMUNERATIVE PRICES.
ALBERT WOOD was the first to introduce FAIR PRICES, into this town, and is still
15 or 20 PER CENT CHEAPER than his competitors.
EVERY ARTICLE GUARANTEED BEST QUALITY.
NOTE THE ADDRESS:
20, STATION ROAD, WORKINGTON
JOHN Mc.B, McEWAN.
Florist, Gardener, &c.,
AGENT IN CLIFTON FOR THE "STAR"
Marine Store Dealer.
Brow Top, Workington.
BEST PRICES GIVEN FOR EVERYTHING.
DON'T FORGET MICHAEL.
E. LEWIN, Central Boot and Shoe
1, Finkle Street.
PROVISIONS of the finest quality may always be had on the best terms for cash at
Central Stores, Top of Station Road.
W. R. IRVING, Builder and Contractor. Jobbing done on the shortest notice.
13, Portland Square.