SENHOUSE. - On the 7th October, 1882, at Hames Hall, Cockermouth, the wife
of Humphrey P. SENHOUSE, of a son.
M’CULLOCK - SHEEN. - On the 28th October 1882, At St. Patrick’s Chapel,
Maryport, by the Rev. J. A. WATMORE,...
Mr. LAMPORT, the eminent ship-builder of Workington, is now about
engaging to build two splendid vessels at his yard in that town, one of 1,200
tons, and the other 1,000 tons burden. Messers PEILE, SCOTT & Co., of t...
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Sharebrokers and Commission Agents
52, Crosby=Street, Maryport.
HEWETSON and THOMLINSON
WHOLESALE AND FAMILY
WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS.
MARYPORT LITERARY AND
At a meeting of the above Society in the George-Street School room, on
Tuesday evening next, the 7th inst., at Eight o’clock, Mr. Thomas THOMPSON will
deliver a lecture entitled, “Leaves from the Note...
For the CUMBERLAND PACQUET.
Many speculative men (amongst whom I doubt not may be some of your Readers) having lately been engaged in a controversy concerning BERKLEY's opinion of a material world, I shall, with your leave, take the liber...
Sir, - Now that the donning of the Blue Ribbon is recognized all over the
country as a great power in promoting sobriety and crushing out the curse of
drunkenness, it behoves all who profess its principles to...
DEATH OF THE
REV J. CLIFTON WARD, F. G. S.
We deeply regret to record the death, from fever, of the Rev. J. Clifton
WARD, F. G. S., Vicar of Rydal.
For some years he was the head of the local Geological Survey, in which
capacity he completed the i
SUMMARY OF PASSING EVENTS.
The chairmen of the various railway companies continue to reply to the
circular recently sent to them by the President of the Board of Trade.
There is a certain similarity in the tone and argumentation of all the
A writer in Wednesday’s Paris Figaro devotes three columns to Mr. GLADSTONE,
in the course of which he says: -
“His father, a Scotchman, was a corn merchant, and afterwards a ship owner
at Liverpool. The King knighted him. The son has not inherited
At this market there was only a small supply of wheat, and the prices were
16s to 17s. Barley sold at 11s 6d. A fair supply of oats, which sold at 8s 3d.
Indian corn keeps dear, and little doing in store wheat.
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