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The following departures for South Africa took place last Friday:
Mr. J. WOODBURN, his wife and family (Mr. WOODBURN is the manager of the
Kimberley Buitfontein Diamond Mine)
Mrs. YEOWARTS (sister of Mr. WOODBURN)
Mrs. CARTER and family, all of Millom.
Mr. ALEXANDER, of Sellafield.
They were due to leave Southampton on Saturday, by R. M. S. Walmer
SCHOOL TEA PARTY.
The teachers of Lapstone-road Infants School held their annual party
last Friday night. There were upwards of 20 present, and under the excellent
direction of that popular M. C. (Mr. J. BOWNESS) a very enjoyable evening was
spent. Miss. DAWSON contributed to the creature comforts of the party by laying
a tempting and plentiful table, which fact was not by any means ignored by the
party present. The dance which followed was heartily indulged in, and
continued until about 1-30.
At the Millom Bible Christian Church on Sunday the Rev. Mr. ELLIS
preached two temperance sermons, subjects, morning, "The crown of the abstainer";
evening, "The end of the drunken King empire." Mr. ELLIS dealt with both
subjects in a masterly manner, and was listened to by large and appreciative
In the afternoon a service of song was rendered by the choir, entitled
"A mother's atonement." The connective readings were given by Miss. COLE.
ENTERTAINMENT AT MILLOM.
The members of the Bible Christian Gospel Temperance Army gave an
entertainment in the Schoolroom on Saturday night, when the following programme
was very ably rendered:
Melody, The Choir
Lesson and remarks, The Chairman (Mr. S. PEARCE)
Violin Solo, Master GREENHOW
Address, Mr. T. H. GRENFELL
Reading, Master A. BENNETTS
Recitation, Miss. COLE
Solo, Mr. STAMPER
Melody, The Choir
Accompanist, Mr. J. COCKS.
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