LORD BROUGHAM AND THE WHIGS.
 
It remains true that BROUGHAM was more than a Whig, that the Whigs felt it, and that he never pulled well in harness with them.
 
The circumstance was due partly to his defects.  Though, in an emergency he worked for his p...
In aid of the funds of the Wesleyan Missionary Society special  services were
preached in the Wesleyan Chapel, Workington, on Sunday last.

 Sermons were preached morning and evening by the Rev. J. KERNICK, the  
junior minister for the Workington circui...

MARYPORT - FRIDAY
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(Before R. RITSON, J. ADDISON, and J.  RITSON, Esqs.)

Thomas CARRUTHERS, of Camerton, was fined 12s for being drunk  and disorderly
and 40s for assaulting P. C. WATSON; and W. CARRUTHERS, Jas  BLACK, and F.
WALKER were fined 2

...
At the Workington Police-court on Wednesday, William  SATTERTHWAITE, Edward
SINGERS, Daniel NUGENT, Samuel KANE and Robert O’HARE,  five boys, were charged
with having committed willful damage to 43 iron railings  - by breaking them
on Sunday last - the...
Mr. Craig SELLAR, M. P., writing to his constituents at Jedburgh,  states
that the great measure of next session will, in all probability, be a  Local
Government Bill of a comprehensive character, for which there is more  necessity
in England than in Sc...
BIRTH
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SENHOUSE. - On the 7th October, 1882, at Hames Hall,  Cockermouth, the wife
of Humphrey P. SENHOUSE, of a son.

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MARRIAGES.
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M’CULLOCK - SHEEN. - On the 28th October 1882, At St.  Patrick’s Chapel,
Maryport, by the Rev. J. A. WATMORE,...
Every night this week at the Good Templar’s Hall, Dearham, the  teetotalers
have been holding temperance meetings. The meetings commenced by the  friends
of the cause of temperance parading the streets and singing, returning  to the
Good Templars’ Hall ...
EVENING SERVICE IN THE PARISH CHURCH.
 
For some time the matter of lighting the Parish Church with gas on the Sunday evenings, was discussed not only in the columns of the newspapers, but elsewhere, and the result was, the scheme was properly sanction...

Some correspondence between MR. WHALLEY and the editors of the "Liverpool
Mercury" appeared in that paper lately, relative to the TICHBORNE case.  The
correspondent includes the following letter from JEAN LUIE

City Prison, Holloway, December 12, 1843.

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NEWSPAPER STATEMENT.

 

Printed and Published by THOMAS WILLIAM JOHNSON, at the "Star" Office, 21, Finkle Street, Workington.

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This ends the July 6,  1888 issue for this newspaper.