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SIR CECIL LOWTHER ON

SIR CECIL LOWTHER ON

EDUCATION. THE DEFECTS OF THE NLTION'S SYSTEM. INTERESTING MEETING AT PENRITH. There was a gratifyingly large attendance at an educatingal meeting in St. Andrew's Parish Rooms on Friday night, held under the auspices of the National Union of Teachers. Mr. W. Johnston, chairman o
01 February 1921 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
KOSPTTAI4ITY AT OCSBY.

KOSPTTAI4ITY AT OCSBY.

On the invitation of the Rey. A. H. and Mrs. Rodeo., the members of the Oosby Church choir were entertained at the Rectory on Wednesdey evening. An excellent supper had been provided, and games, dancing, ie., were enjoyed until a late hour. A vote of thanks to the bast and hoste
01 February 1921 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
Kzirwics.

Kzirwics.

3 T. taber --- 0 0 J. Bennett 1 S. Brownrigg .. 2 1 E. Harrison . . 2 3 J. Moors 8 Total ..... ALL. W HT MATCH. KZIIWICII 2 F. (lark ... 1 .3. Lowther o H. Davies . 3 J. Lowden 1 J. bleCade 7 Total ALL•WEIGHT OPEN COMPETITION First Round—H. Davies w.o.—J. Lowden net. ; 'l. Hnlme
01 February 1921 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
DRATIIL

DRATIIL

ATKINBON.—At Whinfell Terrace, Tebag, on the 90th ult., William ktkinacie, aged 67 years. DIXON.—At Udford, on the 27th ult., " Nichol,' the dearly beloved husband of Barak Dims. Interred at Edeoliall yesterday. ELAILTON.—At Edenhall, on the Sith Mary Jane Radice, aged 61 yearn
01 February 1921 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
CUMBERLAND CHILDREN

CUMBERLAND CHILDREN

ON BIRD LIFE. SFCOND SHILL!) WIN FOR KESWICK • Repoeting on the Royal Society for the Pro tactics of Birds Bird and Tree County Challenge Weld Competition, the Secretary nye: Cumberland, though still poor as regards number of competing teams, is quite up to, or beyond, its ordin
01 February 1921 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
THE SOCIAL WORLD

THE SOCIAL WORLD

Mrs. Taylor Barastead, the foist jurywoman at the Central Criminal ("Dort, was on Wednesday for the second time chosen as foreman. Mr. Frederick Miller, aged 84, Mancelter. Warwickshire, has been a member of the parish church choir for 77 years, and still occupies his place in t
01 February 1921 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
SHAP PAROCHIAL

SHAP PAROCHIAL

FESTIVAL. A POPULAR GATHERING. The annual ,parochial festival, consisting of meeting, entertainment, supper, and dame, took place in Shap Pub& Hall on Thursday evening, and was again a great success. The gathering was presided over by the Rev. P. A. Stewart, Vicar, who wee accom
01 February 1921 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
Rethition In Prices

Rethition In Prices

We are now taking Orders for- early delivery at the following greatly reduced prices : Touring Car and Lig:al:Set) £240 Delivery Van „ Sedan £225 £425 99
23 February 1921 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
 
MR. CHARLES PALMER’S WILL

MR. CHARLES PALMER’S WILL

Amongst the wills proved to-day is that of the late Mr. Charles Palmer,' the well-known London journalist, and M.P. for’ the Wrekin Division pi Shropshire. Ur. Palmer left £5,697, of which £5,040 is net personalty. Sir EdwardM. and managing director the Eagle, Star and British D
04 February 1921 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England
 
PLACE BETTING

PLACE BETTING

F»TMriU starts I.OST TELEGRAMS PAID IN FULL TO-DAY and Open
04 February 1921 - Pall Mall Gazette - London, London, England