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Edition: Thurs, May 20th, 1897 Thurs, May 20th, 1897
Miss. ROWE, who for five years has been a teacher at Montreal Schools,
has obtained an appointment near Blackburn, and entered upon her duties there
A bazaar was opened in the Market Hall yesterday (Wednesday) and will be
continued today and tomorrow. The proceeds are to reduce the debt existing
on the Rowrah Wesleyan Church. The Egremont and Cleator Moor Wesleyan Choirs
Messrs. J. L. JACKSON and J. FLETCHER were the superintendents at the
examination in connection with the Moor Row physiology class on Thursday
evening. Eleven students were examined.
An inquest was held on Saturday, before Mr. J. WEBSTER (coroner), on the
body of J. BRIAN, who was injured at Jacktrees Iron Ore Pit on the 4th
inst., and was removed to the Whitehaven Infirmary, remaining there till Friday
last, when he was taken back to his home, where he died the same evening.
Evidence of identification was given, and the inquiry adjourned until tomorrow
The choir of the Congregational Church gave a service of song, "Last in
London," at the Primitive Methodist Chapel, Moor Row, on Sunday afternoon.
Mr. W. H. KITCHIN was the organist, and Mr. H. J. KITCHIN the conductor.
The weekend mail brought news of the death of Mr. Thomas BELL, of
Cleator, who died in a pit about nineteen miles from Johannesburg.