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E. BRAITHWAITE, Scawfell Hotel, Seascale, intends RUNNING A COACH from Seascale to Wastdale and Wastdale Head on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays in each week during July and August; commencing July 2nd to September 30th, if there are any passengers; leaving Seascale Station at 10 10 a.m. returning from Wastdale Head at 3  30 p.m. in time for the evening trains.

     Fares:  Wastdale Head, 6s. return; Wastdale, 4s return; including driver.

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"TRAVELLER'S REST", WORKINGTON.

 

W. TAYLOR will hold his ANNUAL SPORTS on Saturday, July 28th, when L 2 will be given for BRASS PITCHING, distance 8 Yards;  also 30s. for PENNY PIECE PITCHING, distance 6 Yards.  To commence at 2 p.m.  Entrance for each event 6d.  Brasses will be supplied on the Ground.

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W. CARTY will hold his 6th ANNUAL SPORTS on the above grounds, on SATURDAY, AUGUST 11th, 1888, when L 7 will be given to sport for.  Entries for 130 yards Handicap 1s. each.  Boys race Fourteen Years of age.  6d. each.

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CRICKET FIELD, WORKINGTON.

 

MESSRS. MUSGRAVE, BATES, and DAVIDSON, will hold their ANNUAL SPORTS on the above ground, on BANK HOLIDAY, MONDAY, AUGUST 6th.

 

For further particulars see Bills

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TO CONTRACTORS.

 

THE WORKINGTON LOCAL BOARD invite TENDERS for certain alterations and repairs to the NEW HOSPITAL at Ellerbeck.

 

Plans, Specifications, and other information can be obtained on application to MR. W. LIDDLE EAGLESFIELD, Surveyor, on and after TUESDAY, the 17th inst.

 

Tenders, sealed and endorsed, "New Hosptial Repairs", to be sent in to the undersigned, not later than SATURDAY, 28TH JULY, inst.

 

The Lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted.

 

JOHN WARWICK

Clerk to the Board.

 

Board Room,

      Workington, July, 1888

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£ 600 TO LEND in Sums of not less than £ 100. - Apply by Letter to "X", "Star" Office, Workington, Confidential.

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WILLIAM KINNEAR,

CARTER &c., DEAN STREET,

WILL DELIVER COAL, REMOVE GOODS, &c., to any address at most Reasonable Charges.

SATISFACTION GIVEN.

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E.  A R M S T R O N G,

CLOGGER AND SHOE REPAIRER,

 

THE ARCADE,

and

60, SENHOUSE STREET.

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Mens' Boots Soled and Heeled 2s. 9d.

Ladies'    do      do          do          1s. 9d.

 

DONE ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE

 

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ISLE OF MAN.

Shortest Sea Passage.

Average Passage Two Hours.

 

On and After JULY 2nd, 1888.

NEW DAILY SERVICE Between England and the Isle of Man

Via Whitehaven, per the Manx Line Royal Mail Steamers.

 

Steamers leaves Whitehaven Daily

                     4 15 P.M.

For through Bookings, Excursions, and other Special Arrangements, apply at the various Railway Stations, to G. NELSON AND SON, Whitehaven; or to T.P. ELLISON, Douglas.

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G. H. CHAMBERS, Joiner, Builder, & Undertaker, 3, Dean Street.

Agent to the ROCK FREEHOLD LAND SOCIETY.

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RAGS, CHAIN, ROPE, & C.

J. P. KENNEDY, Marine Store Dealer,

 

DEALER in SECOND-HAND CLOTHING, GLASS, CHINA, and Everything in Connection with the Trade.

BEST PRICES GUARANTEED.

NOTE THE ADDRESS:

                   DERWENT STREET.

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F.   T I C K L E ,

COAL MERCHANT,

LOW STATION DEPOT.

RESIDENCE:  Senhouse Street.

BEST COALS EVER BURNED.

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FOR GOOD SOUND RELIABLE BOOTS AND SHOES, GUARANTEED ALL LEATHER, NO SHODDY, Go To

TAYLOR BROS.

39, Pow Street.

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