The local committee met in the schoolroom, Beckermet, on Tuesday evening, to
arrange for the technical work for the coming season. The Rev. W. GABBOT
presided, and there were also present:
Mr. W. TRIPPIEAR
Mr. A. L. BUCHANAN, Clerk.
The question of classes for the coming winter was gone into, and it
was decided to again apply for the woodcarving class; also a night school or
continuation class for youths, should sufficient pupils be obtained.
It was also decided to ask for a class of laundry demonstrations and
lessons, and a course of three horticultural lectures.
The Clerk informed the committee that the nursing lectures applied for
last session will begin on Tuesday, September 26th, and will continue the
four following Tuesdays in October.
It will interest many of his Cumberland friends to learn that Abbot
BAMFORD has been given the cure of St. Wilfrid's Blyth, Northumberland. This is
the largest mission on the East Coast in charge of the Benedictine Fathers,
and it happens to be the first mission in which Abbot BAMFORD served as curate,
and from which he was transferred to Frizington.
We hear his appointment is received with great satisfaction by the
congregation at Blyth, and we are sure his Cumberland friends wills end their
best wishes after him in his new sphere of labour.
TEMPORARY TRANSFER NOTICE
At the Workington Police Court, on Wednesday, Mr. J. WILSON,
solicitor, gave notice of his intention to apply for the temporary transfer of the
license of the Queen's Arms, King-street, Workington, from James HARRISON to John