An appalling accident to a Pullman car was reported on Monday. While the
Scotch Express which left St. Pancras at 9-15 on Saturday evening was traveling
towards Leeds, the conductor whose name is DONALDSON, of one of th...
N O T I C E
THE late MR. JOHN TOWERS' Black Oils and other prescriptions may be had by applying to MR. THOMAS GASS, Auctioneer, Dolpin Inn, Kendal, Sole Agent for Westmorland.
RE-DEDICATION OF KIRKBY STEPHEN CHURCH.
The noble old Church of Kirkby Stephen - Cathedral-like in its proportions, design, and arrangments - was on Tuesday last (the Feast of the Epiphany) solemnly rededicated to the service of God.
Few parish churc
Maryport, in connexion with the New Steam Shipping Company, by whom it is
proposed to establish steamship communications between Liverpool and Maryport and
other ports on the ...
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.
CAPTAIN CUTTLE'S NOTES.
I have a serious complaint to make. Last week my notes were all spoiled and in my copy of the "Star" at any rate, nobody could read them. My poor sketch (Quite right, Captain; poor enough. Ed.) of "the bewildered chi...
After a long interregnum, the members of the Penrith Farmers' Club met on Tuesday in their room to hear a lecture by MR. LANCASTER, of Catterlen Hall, on "Our Farming Prospects". MR. W. HESKETT presided, and there was a fair attendance of members....
ST. HELEN'S COLLIERY DISASTER RELIEF FUND.
On Thursday evening, a meeting of the members of the Workington (Rugby and Association) Football Clubs, was held at the Royal Hotel, William Street, Workington, for the purpose of adopting the balance...
The Select Committee of the Transvaal Legislative Council, to whom the
Native Hut Tax Bill was referred for report, have recommended that the tax should
be increased from 10s, as originally proposed, to 20s, and ...
SECOND DAY. - WEDNESDAY
Mr. Justice DAY took his seat on the Bench about twenty-five minutes after
ten o’clock, and at once proceeded with the trial of the only remaining case
in the Calendar. Before his Lordship arrived every available seat in ...
LOSS TO THE CUMBERLAND RUGBY UNION.
Mr. J. W. MAXWELL, the Moresby Schoolmaster, who is leaving the district
for his native East Coast, to settle at Roker, Sunderland, is a prominent
personality in Cumberland sport, notably Rugby Union. He helped to founf the
now powerful Moresby R. U. club and since then has been Chairman and County R.
U. Representative. His son Jack captained Moresby for two seasons and is now
Coming to Cumberland more than thirty years ago, Mr. MAXWELL was
conspicuous as a soccer player about 1900. He was responsible for organising the
well remembered Moresby schoolboy team that won the Whitehaven Schools Cup
competition for six years in succession from season 1904.
Apart from his sporting activities, Mr. MAXWELL has taken a keen
interest in local public life. For thirty years he has served on the Parish Council
and he has been the chairman for sixteen years. There is a presentation to
him to-night (Wednesday).
***There is a picture of Mr. J. W. MAXWELL if anyone is interested let me