room, as has been on the usual previous occasions, was crowded. The programme
was equal to previous ones, and the chair was occupied by Mr. T. NICHOLSON,
who in opening the p...
TOWN HALL, CARLISLE - FRIDAY
(Before the Mayor and T. MILBURN, Esq.)
Patrick RUSH was charged on remand with stealing a suit of clothes belonging
to Martin CONWAY, on the 11th November last.
The prisoner was apprehended at Hexham. The Chief Constab
The case of SHEWARD v. Lord LONSDALE (the horse dealing case), it is said,
has been struck out of the cause list.
The Earl of Bective, M. P., Provincial Grand Superintendent, has summoned
the Provincial Grand Chapter of Cum...
outskirts of Sheffield. The woman has been identified as Lucy Oldfield, and
the child, who was about 12 months old, is hers. She was a domestic servant,
and had been out of...
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
40,000 PEOPLE HOMELESS.
A conflagration broke out to-day in Hull, situated on the bank of the river
opposite to this city.
Eight hundred houses - forming half of the town - were destroyed, rendering
In the midst of the turmoil and excitement of the elections of the
Royal Agricultural Society has held it's annual meeting, prosperously and
convivially, at Lewes. Visitors remark, as a good sign, the great show of machinery
at reduced pr...
SIR R. C. MUSGRAVE, Bart., has, with the usual liberality manifested at Eden
Hall, sent £10 to the Vicar of Kirkoswald, to be distributed among the poor
of that parish.
The CUMBERLAND FOX HOUNDS will meet on Monday, Ja
DEATH OF A BARONET./CODRINGTON
The death of Sir WILLIAM RAIMOND CODRINGTON, Bart., took place at Chateau de
la Boullaye, his residence at Montfort, in Brittany, on the 17th Dec., at
the age of 67 years. The deceased was the only son of the late Sir W
General Post Office, July.
On and from the 1st August next, all letters and packets for places
within the Unitd Kingdom, posted at any branch post office or receiving-office
in London, or within the ...
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