The "Workington Star" appears today for the first time, and takes its place with some pride as the only newspaper printed in Workington.
The "Star" will unquestionably supply a real want, and we pledge our word that so far as it is possi...
FOUND on New Year's Day, 1874, at BROWNHOW, near Blencow Station, a BOX
The Owner can have it by describing the articles, on applying to GEO.
JOHNSTON, Newbiggin, Dacre, and paying all expenses.
THE CUMBERLAND PACQUET and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser, Tuesday,April 22, 1777
No. 132 3d. Week VOL. III 4th Quarter Price Three-pence
Where Moderation dwells, the Soul admits Distinct Ideas, and Matur'd De...
THE HERALD OFFICE
SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1874.
With the "Herald" of to-day Jan. 3rd.
a Sheet Almanack for 1874, is Presented
to each subscriber, in accordance with our
LOCAL & DISTRICT NEWS
Figs, Grapes, American Apples.
-W. BAINES, Scotch Street.
GRATES, &c., Register Grates, Kitchen Ranges, Ovens, Boilers, Skylights,
Iron Spouting, all sizes....
excellent repast, prepared by Miss. A. RIGBY, Refreshment-rooms, King-street.
Mr. G. WARWICK occupied the chair, and Mr. L. W. PHILPOT, secretary, the
The Chairman made ...
A VERY EXTRAORDINARY PERSON.
The following is said to have been copied literally from an old tombstone in Scotland:
"Here lies the body of ALEXANDER MACPHERSON,
Who was a very extraordinary person,
Who was two yards high in his stocking feet.
And kept h
THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL, BAMPTON, WESTMORLAND.
BOARDERS are received. Terms moderate. Diet Liberal.
with all the comforts of a home. For references, &c., apply to:
T. COX, B.A.
Dec. 18th, 1873.
BOARDING & DAY SCHO
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...
On the 15th instant, the lady of the Rev. F. W. WICKS, incumbent of St.
Nicholas' Church, of a daughter.
On the 30th ult., at the Friend's Meeting House, in this town, Mr. Josiah
THOMPSON, of Moreland, near Penrith, to...
Bootle. Waberthwaite, Corney and Whitbeck Nursing Association will
benefit from the sale and whist drive (arranged by the committee) which took place
in Captain SHAW's School, Bootle on Friday. Mrs. W. L. THOMAS and Mrs. R. S.
BROWN were the attendants at the rummage stall, and Misses MARKHAM and E.
GRICE officiated in a similar capacity at the new stall, while Miss SHAW had
charge of the bran tub.
Refreshments were served by Mesdames:
P. W. PARMINTER
Miss. M. LEECE
and special competitions were won by:
Mrs. F. CROSSMAN
Miss. H. HUDSON
Mr. H. GRICE
In the evening the rev. W. L. THOMAS conducted the whist drive. Over 50
players competed, the prizes being presented by Mr. W. L. THOMAS to the
Ladies 1: Mrs. G. PARK
2: Miss. M. WOOD
3. Miss. DICKINSON
booby: Mrs. J. WOOD
Gentlemen: 1. Mr. H. IRVING
2 and 3 Mr. T. BARWISE and Mr. W. PENNINGTON
Booby: Mr. C. DALZELL
A special prize was won by Miss. DICKINSON.