Literary Association a concert was given in the Victoria Hall, on Monday evening.
Fortunately the weather was favorable, and a large company gathered together.
The Rev. A. F. CURWE...
Mrs. Charolette BELL, aged 44 of 9 Fernlee road, Camberwell, who committed
The deceased had given way to habits of intemperance, and had pledged almost
every thing ...
reference to ‘Rot in Sheep.’ Farmers should remove their flocks from low lying wet
lands to high or dry ground; and, instead of feeding them turnips saturated
On Friday morning a fatal accident occurred on board the Golden Horn
(Captain IRVING) while on a passage from Mersey to Newcastle.
When nearing St. Bee’s Head, the main boom was seen knocking about, and the
mate, James IRVING, son of the Captain,
arriving coastwise with cargoes have been the:
The Earl of Stair and Industry, from Port William, with pit wood.
The Harriet, from Dromore, with pit wood.
The ss Swift and Shannon,...
The Ullswater Fox Hounds will meet on Saturday, Jan. 10th, at Abbey Gate, for "The Divisions;" on Tuesday, the 12th, at Lazonby Fell; and on Thursday, the 15th, at Barron Wood, - at 10.30 a.m.
The Greystoke Beagles will meet on Monday, the 12th Jan.
collector, and some ladies, a bazaar in aid of the Derby Railway Servants’
Orphanage was held in the New Market-Hall, Whitehaven.
The bazaar was opened by Mr. A. ENTWISTLE, dis...
"On Friday, a blind man, led by a dog, was begging from house to house at Pentore.
When he came to MR. WILLIAM MORGAN's house, MRS. MORGAN gave him some bread and cheese, and on returning from the door, she was at on...
annual meeting of the Northamptonshire Band of Hope Union held on Thursday.
The rev. gentleman did not attend, and in a letter explaining his absence,
said; “I am reminded ...
Egremont, died on Saturday from injuries received in descending Wyndham Pit, Bigrigg
Moor, on Friday.
The circumstances under which he received the injuries were these: -
He came to th...
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.