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SPORT & ATHLETICS. WITH NOTES BY "CROSS BAR.- CRICKET. the of the local club. kindly send I. tbeir fixture 114t11 me early as possible • If they do so it ‘lll greatly factlttate pablishmg of the hxx] FIXTURES FOR TO MORROW. oo the ground of the first named dab. LANCASTER AND DIS
08 May 1896 - Lancaster Standard and County Advertiser - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
THE SUNDAY CLOSING QUESTION. PUBLIC MEETING IN LANCASTER.

THE SUNDAY CLOSING QUESTION. PUBLIC MEETING IN LANCASTER.

On Monday evening • public meeting was held In the Palatine Hall in support of the principles set forth In the Sunday Closing Bill, at present before Parliament. The Bev. W. Henley, M.A., Vicar of Leincaeter, took she chair, arid was supported by Col. email!, the Rev. W. Armitag
08 May 1896 - Lancaster Standard and County Advertiser - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
with this

with this

swear that you have thing." " you have no witnessee," cried Cone:slim, triumphantly, "ne witneserst at all. Ni. you! The servants were change), they could not swear tot child they not seen for many ; neither could the ilindors You see both girls have golden•red brown both girls
08 May 1896 - Lancaster Standard and County Advertiser - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

COUNTY PETTY fore Aid. Rev. C. T. Royde (chairman), E. E. Dawson, A. Greg, E. Barton, E. Sharp. E. Storey, H. J. Harm, J. W. Wearing, W. Dodd, }qrs., end Capt. Kennedy. - TAB ALUMNI, AMAAULT IT AN AGM. In the cane in which John Edmondeon wae charged with a auperintendent in the
08 May 1896 - Lancaster Standard and County Advertiser - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
FAMILIES AND THE TRADE SCFPLIED

FAMILIES AND THE TRADE SCFPLIED

CENTRAL BREWERY, MARKET STREET, LANCASTER.
08 May 1896 - Lancaster Standard and County Advertiser - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
i These objects have been fulfilled very extensively during the past month, though in some . cases the prepared for

i These objects have been fulfilled very extensively during the past month, though in some . cases the prepared for

mangels was too dry to be sown with advantage. Farmers and fruit-growers are also to be congratulated upon the mildness of the month, which has been exceptionally free from frost. But now that sowing is pretty well finished, a good downfall of rain is badly needed. Indeed, rain
08 May 1896 - Lancaster Standard and County Advertiser - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
NO EVIDENCE TO CONVICT.

NO EVIDENCE TO CONVICT.

The Chairman: I don't think it is necessary to call any more witnesses. I don't think you have advanced the ease very muelibeyorid what took place at the trial. You only advance the case by I calling Aid. Kitchen, and though his evidence is hardly contradicted by this witness st
08 May 1896 - Lancaster Standard and County Advertiser - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
PROCEEDINGS OF COMMITTEES.

PROCEEDINGS OF COMMITTEES.

APRIL 29re.—A letter was read from Mr. Shannon asking for permission to erect scaffolding in front of Mr. J. Silverwood's borne; leave was granted. The clerk was instructed to draw Mr. Jas. Dawson's attention to the length of time his scaffolding bad been up in Mitchelgate, and
08 May 1896 - Lancaster Standard and County Advertiser - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
MAYORAL VISIT TO ST: ANNE'S.

MAYORAL VISIT TO ST: ANNE'S.

SERMON BY CANON HAYMAN. On Sonday last. annual school sermons for St. Anne's, Lancaster were preached by Canon Hayman. D.D., vicar of Aidingham, and once Headmaster of !lively School. Additional interest centred m the morning service, inasmuch as it had been announced that the M
08 May 1896 - Lancaster Standard and County Advertiser - Lancaster, Lancashire, England
 
FORTON.

FORTON.

Ftcnoos, Boum. The monthly meeting was held on Tuesday. There were present Messrs. J. W. Vsuse (chairman), Fox, Huntington, end Richmond. According to the report it appeared that there were 93 children on the register, and the go attendance was 80.8. Natice was given that the ex
08 May 1896 - Lancaster Standard and County Advertiser - Lancaster, Lancashire, England