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...
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
TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY's POSTS From the LONDON GAZETTE.
St. James, April 11, 1777.
Ceremonial of the Knighthood and Investiture of MAJOR-GENERAL HENRY CLINTON, KNIGHT OF THE BATH.
THE Knights and Officers of the Order attended in the Privy Chamber in thei...
A circular has been issued, dated Penrith, October 28th, and signed by: -
R. A. TYSON
Lancelot T. GLASSON
G. V. SMITH
T. LAMONBY, which says: -
WIGTON LOCAL BOARD OF
The usual monthly meeting of this Board was held yesterday, Mr. E. H. BANKS
in the chair.
Mr. TWENTYMAN gave notice that at next meeting he would propose that the
Board should borrow the m...
THE NEW ZEALAND GOVERNMENT AND ENGLISH LABOURERS.
The following reply of the New Zealand Government to the memorial recently presented on behalf of the National Agricultural Labourers' Union, praying that free passages may be granted to suitable emig
LAZONBY LIBRARY & READING ROOM ANNIVERSARY
There are few villages in England that can vie with Lazonby in the extent and completeness of its institutions for promoting the education of the young and improving the mental culture of the more advanced i
The Commission of Winter Assizes for the counties of Cumberland and
Westmorland, grouped as Assize County No. 1, was opened on Monday night by Mr.
Justice DAY. His Lordship was timed to arrive by the train from London reaching
Carlisle at twenty m...
WEST WARD UNION.
The Guardians of the West Ward Union held their fortnightly meeting at Eamont Bridge Workhouse on Wednesday afternoon. In the absence of MR. JAMES ATKINSON (the chairman), MR. JAMESON was called upon to preside. The ex officio memb
Mr. J. W. TALLENTIRE, Harrington.
Mr. J. W. TALLENTIRE, a joiner at the local ironworks and a well known
football official died suddenly at his home 2, Rose Hill, Harrington on
Saturday. He was in his 62nd year.
On Saturday morning, Mr. TALLENTIRE left home to follow his occupation
as a joiner. He returned home at eleven o'clock, however, and said he was not
feeling so well. He went to bed and about 1-30 his daughter, who was going
away to Keswick, went upstairs to see him and he then said he was a lot better
and would be at work on Monday morning. His wife went to the town to see his
daughter off, and when she returned home about 2 p.m. she found her husband
unconscious. Dr. CULLEN was called in but Mr. TALLENTIRE had passed away.
The matter was reported to the Coroner but an inquest was not deemed
necessary. It is understood that heart failure was the cause of death. Mr.
TALLENTIRE leaves a widow and a son and daughter. He belonged to an old Harrington
family. For many years he was employed by the late Mr. Hodgson SIMON, joiner
and undertaker, whose business is still carried on by the eldest son, Mr.
Harry SIMON. He was the respected member of the Egremont and Whitehaven
Football League Management Committee, being elected season after season and his
position will be difficult to fill. Mr. TALLENTIRE took a keen interest in the
Harrington Y. M. C. A., and was secretary of the Harrington Lodge of the