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Edition: Thurs, May 20th, 1897 Thurs, May 20th, 1897
Fanily and Commercial Hotel
J. T. ROBINSON, Proprietor.
West Cumberland Emmigration Agency
Passengers booked by all the Best Lines of Steamers to the United States,
Canada, South Africa, South America, Australia, Tasmania, New Zealand,
Queensland and Elsewhere at lowest Fares and Best Accommodations.
J. J. WILSON,
Licensed Passage Broker
67, Main-street, Egremont.
Sheep Salve, Tar, Grease, Butter
40, Market Place,
Lawn Tennis and Cricket
All New Stock (Special Club Terms.)
Medals in Great Variety
Mugs and Tumblers
John WHITTLE & Son
Seed Merchant, Whitehaven
Seeds required in the Conservatory
Garden or Field
Descriptive Catalogues Post Free
Almost Everyone Will wish to Hoist a Flag
In Honour Of the
Queen on Jubilee Day.
Union Jacks and Ensigns
J & J. BRAITHWAITE
Ironmongers and Iron Merchants
The Newset Fashions
The London & Manchester
Mantles, Costumes, Capes,
Children's Coats, Millinery and Ladies
A call will be esteemed.
22, King-street (Corner of Lowther-Street)
Johnston's New Season Jams
Finest Selected Fruit and Pure
A. W. JOHNSTON's
British and Foreign Fruit Stores.
23, King-Street, Whitehaven