POLICE INTELLIGENCE
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WHITEHAVEN   --   THURSDAY
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R. W. WILSON and T. LOWREY were each fined 10s or seven days' imprisonment,
and J. SIMMONS and P. TRAINER were fined 15s or fourteen days, for being
drunk and disorderly.

MR. ATTER applied for the temporary transfers of licences as follows, the
request being granted in each case: ---

Anchor Vaults, Queen-street, from MISS ELIZABETH DICKINSON to MISS ANNIE
DICKINSON
The Black Cat, Egremont, from MRS. FRANCES WILSON to MR. ROBERT SHORTRIDGE
The Green Dragon, Church-street, from MR. WM. HUMPHRIES to MR. J. WHINERAY.
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The Carlisle sports were held on Monday, when there were about 7,000 people
present.  The following are the results of the finals:

Open Events - 120 yards handicap  footrace, 1st, G. HURST, Whitehaven
Harriers;
2nd R. HOLMES, Bowness;  3rd H. THISTLETHWAITE, Salford.

Quarter-mile bicycle handicap, 1st, A. WAITE, Cockermouth;  2nd, F. RUBMAN,
Carlisle;  3rd R. N. WOODEND, Dalton

J. BRAGG, Whitehaven Harriers won the 880 yards steeplechase.
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The following is the result of the band contest, held at Carlisle Castle on
Monday : ---

1st, St. Joseph/s, Frizington
2nd, Frizington Town
3rd, Carlisle Artillery
45h, Haverigg
5th, Derwent (Workington)

Frizington Town Band also took the prizes for the cornet and euphonium
solos, while Haverigg Band won the trombone solo prize.

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