S. TILLOTSON, Fruit and Fish Merchant. Pow-Street, and Washington-Street.
FOR IRISH TWEEDS, (Blarney and Shannon)
M. Mc. ALEESE, 15, Pow Street,
A Grand suit for 50/
WILLIAM HOLMES, Wholesale and Retail Fruit Merchant, 4, Market Place, Hagg Hill, Workington.
Licensed to Deal in Game.
JOHN JENKINSON, Auctioneer and Appraiser, 64, King Street, Whitehaven AND 1, Pow Street, Workington.
Auction Mart, 75 by 28 Feet.
Oldest Established Auctioneer in Workington.
To Pigeon Fanciers.
SEE OUR PIGEON SEEDS !
MOSSOP, GROCER, Station Road, and Harrington Road.
J. GODDARD, Professor of Music, 131, Harrington Road.
Call and See GRISENTHWAITE'S
Splendid Stock in his New Shop
No. 11, Pow Street,
Which was formerly occupied by MR. RENNY, and lately by MRS. EDDY, who has left the town.
CALL AND SEE THE GREAT BOOT AND SHOW SALE ALL THE YEAR ROUND OF FRESH MADE NEW GOODS DIRECT FROM THEIR OWN FACTORY.
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THE ALLIANCE BOOT MANUFACTURING COMPANY, Branch Stores, 22, Fisher-Street.
SPLENDID QUALITY AT WHOLESALE PRICES.
Ladies' Persion Kid Shoes..............................................From 2s. 6d.
Ladies' Persian Kid Buttoned and Laced Boots 3s.11d.
Ladies' Cloth Polished Buttoned and Laced Boots 3s 9d.
Ladies' Lasting Slippers 1s 2-1/2d
Men's Nailed Working Boots 3s 11d.
Men's Naiiled Working Bloucher 3s 11d.
Children's Patent Ankle Straps 5-1/2 d.
Felt Slippers 1-1/2 d.
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FOR BEST GOODS AND BEST VALUE PURCHASE AT THE ALLIANCE, THE GENUINE MAKERS IN ALL BRANCHES OF THE TRADE.
LEATHER AND GRINDERY WHOLESALE PRICES.
THE OLD ADDRESS:
J. C. HARKNESS, Fashionable Tailor,
Opposite St. Michael's Church gates,
WM. DE. LACY SUDDARD
General Furnishing Ironmongers.
24, Finkle Street.
SHERWOOD & SONS,
Drapers & Mercers,
Pow Street, WORKINGTON.
GEORGE BROWNRIGG, Family Grocer,
CALLS SPECIAL ATTENTION TO HIS 2s. BLENDED TEAS.
A Reality, not a Yorkshire Bite.
MC.ALEER'S GENUINE SALE
with part of WINTERBURN'S STOCK
now going on.
Come at Once and Secure Bargains.
200 pairs Men's and Women's Slippers at 2d. per pair.
**THE WORKINGTON STAR **
Published Every Friday. for Saturday.
Price................ONE HALFPENNY NEWSPAPER.
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 arrangement.
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OFFICES: 21, FINKLE STREET, WORKINGTON,
ADVERTISE IN THE "STAR"
J. HASTINGS, Tailor, Draper, and Hatter, Falcon Place, WORKINGTON.
MRS. PEARSON, Tobacconist,
Fisher Street, Workington.
Agent for Belfast Teas.
CENTRAL STATION SAW MILL.
WILLIAM COULTHARD, Joiner, Builder and Contractor,
SAWING AND WOOD TURNING for the Trade.
IF YOU WANT A REALLY FIRST-RATE ARTICLE IN ANY OF THE ABOVE LINES, GO OR SEND TO
W. R. SLINGER'S "THE LIBRARY" COCKERMOUTH.
AGENT FOR THE "WORKINGTON STAR"
NO MORE FOUL OR POISONOUS WATER.
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.
NOTICE ! NOTICE !
E. CARMICHAEL, PAINTER, &C.,
Has removed from DEVONSHIRE-STREET, to 56, DERWENT-STREET.
All Orders Carefully Attended To.
T. F. MAYSON, Wholesale Manufacturing Confectioner,
Having removed to FINKLE-STREET, and having fitted up the largest
SWEET FACTORY 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.
L. HILL, 5, Falcon Place
GLASS, CHINA, AND EARTHENWARE DEALER,
Has always on hand a large variety of Lamps, Baskets, and Fancy Goods, at the Lowest Prices.