WORKINGTON STAR, July 6, 1888 / pg. 4 / News Items
NOTES BY OUR "KNOCK ABOUT"
THE BECK NUISANCE.
Nothing has been done to abate the beck nuisance notwithstanding this matter engaged the attention of the Local Board some time ago. It r...
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...
The Wasdale, TATE, was launched from the Patent Slip at this port, on the
23rd instant, after receiving a new keel and other repairs; and the schooner,
Jane, Moffet, was taken upon the said slip on the same day to undergo rep...
Service - Sir J. ROGERS in F.
King in F.
Anthem - “Hear the Voice” - HOPKINS
Service - Best in D (chant).
Anthem - “Hallelujah! What are these?” STAINER
Service - Stanford in B flat.
Square yesterday afternoon, and taken to Victoria Street for conveyance to
Hingleton, in Sussex, where the funeral will take place to-day.
About 2000 persons had assembled ...
The usual monthly meeting of this Board was held in the School-room on
Wednesday. There were present: -
Rev. H. LUMB, chairman
R. H. WILLIS
William HOLLIDAY, the clerk
Mr. HARRISON, master of the Board School.
This match was played on the ground of the former on Saturday. The game did
not commence until four p.m., owing to the late arrival of the strangers. The
weather was all that could be desired, and the ground was ...
The usual monthly meeting of the Gas Committee was held at the harbour
Office on Tuesday afternoon last. Mr. MANDLE presided, and other members present
The Clerk produced applications and ...
A few weeks ago a lady of genteel appearance. rather below the middle
size and pretty looking, called at the shop of Mr. MOORE, in the Market-Place,
and requested him to put up three pairs of shoes to fit two children of the
On Monday morning, CHARLES DAWSON, EDWARD GOUGH, and WILLIAM THOMPSON, the three men who had been confined in Durham Gaol under sentence of death, were executed inside the prison in the presence of MR. RICHARD BOWSER, the under-sheriff, and his of...
There was an exceptionally large gathering at the funeral of Mr. J. R.
BIGLANDS, which took place at St. Kentigern's Parish Churchyard, Aspatria, on
Sunday afternoon. Deceased who was only 34 years of age, was a very popular
young man. For many years he worked for the Bothel Limestone Quarry Co., as a
motor driver, but latterly had been working and residing in the Brampton
district. He was married to a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ATKINSON, late Howrigg
Farm, Westnewton, but at present living in Carlisle. Much sympathy is extended
to his young widow.
The Rev. A. H. HODSON took the service and the hymns "Rock of Ages" and
"Thy will be done" were feelingly sung by the congregation. Miss. COBB
presided at the organ. Amongst the floral tributes were:
>From his sorrowing wife; sisters and brother-in-laws; father-in-law,
mother-in-law and Lizzie.
Tom, Lily and family, Coledale Farm
Jack and Mary, Grisndale; Annie
Cynthia and Ruth, The Keep, Brampton
Margaret and Roland
John and Margaret, Solway View
Edith and Jack and Jessie and Jack, Allerby
Mr. and Mrs. CLARK, Gilcrux
Mr. and Mrs. NICHOLSON, Bothel
Mr. and Mrs. KENLEY and family, East Mill, Aspatria
His dear friends at Myrtle Cottage, Bothel, Heathfield and Langrigg
Mr. and Mrs. PAPPS, Brampton
Fellow workers at Kirkhouse, Brampton
Men and Women's Sections Bothel and Torpenhow Branch British Legion
Employees of the Bothel Lime and limestone Co., Ltd.