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Athletic Notes. FOOTBALL. FIXTURES FOR SATURDAY.

Athletic Notes. FOOTBALL. FIXTURES FOR SATURDAY.

Gasworks lovers v. Millom 2nd, at Ligmore Place (2-15). Cummersdale Hornets v. South Vale Wanderers, at Cummersdale. Penrith Reserves v. St. Mary's at Penrith. Workington v. Penrith, at Workington. ,
11 April 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
TUESDAY. Carlisle v. Leeds Parish Church.

TUESDAY. Carlisle v. Leeds Parish Church.

A large concourse of spectators, which included many ladies, gathered round the barriers at Lismore Place ground on Tuesday afternoon to witness the match between these clubs. The weather was fine, but cold, and a stiff breeze blew aecross the ground. Dodgshon kicked off for Car
11 April 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
surplus EPITOME OF NEWS.

surplus EPITOME OF NEWS.

AT Heide Luntlen Weseel , mwen, in Eltmarnb, Efolatein, the p'ague has broken' out, and the au:boritiea have ordered the wekkly markct4 to bø A TELEORAM from Zarritiaz that the most strenuous efforts are beimg made to despatch the Emin Expedition, for which 700 porters are being
11 April 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
Mr. T. W. Russell's Direct Veto Bill. HQW THE MEMBERS VOTED.

Mr. T. W. Russell's Direct Veto Bill. HQW THE MEMBERS VOTED.

WE often hear the charge that temperance men, and especially Alliance supporters, are Radicals first, and temperance men after. But the fact is, the terms "Temperance" and "Liberals" are synonymous. Bow does it happen that 113 English Conservatives voted against, and only one in
11 April 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
ESTABLISHED 1860 W. ORAM & SONS, Have been awarded SIX PRIZE MEDALS FOR THEIR HOME-CURED HAMS AT THE LONDON DAIRY

ESTABLISHED 1860 W. ORAM & SONS, Have been awarded SIX PRIZE MEDALS FOR THEIR HOME-CURED HAMS AT THE LONDON DAIRY

SHOWS, OPEN TO THE UNITED KINGDOM.
11 April 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
NOTES BY FULL-BACK.

NOTES BY FULL-BACK.

Most of the clubs in this district brought their season to a close this week, and in the city we had a very busy time of it, matches being played on Good Friday, Easter Saturday, Monday, and Tuesday. 'T he weather on the first two days was all that could be desired, but Monday w
11 April 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
Good Friday.

Good Friday.

The Carlisle Reserves turned the tables on St. Mary's (who the Saturday previous had beaten them by 2 goals, ltry to I try) and succeeded in beating them by the narrow majority of 2 tries to 1. Thomas, the captain of the Association team, played on the wing for the Reserves, and
11 April 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
ASPATRIA.

ASPATRIA.

EASTER HOLIDAT&—Good Friday and Easter Monday were observed as general holidays, all the shops being closed, and crowds of excursionifits from all parts perambulated the Front Street, much to the benefit of the publicans. A great number of waggonettes passed through on Good Frid
11 April 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
The Appointment of the Kingmoor Overseers.

The Appointment of the Kingmoor Overseers.

Mr Errington said he had been instructed by a considerable number of the persons who had the nomination of overseers in the hamlet of Kingmoor, to lay before the magistrates a petition in consequence of their worships having seen fit not to adopt their recommendation, and to hav
11 April 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
VACANCIES too numerous to name, wages varying .£l2 to £BO. Four Kitchenmaids immediately, £l2 to £I.6.—NORTHERN COI7NTIES ENQUIRY, Carlisle. French

VACANCIES too numerous to name, wages varying .£l2 to £BO. Four Kitchenmaids immediately, £l2 to £I.6.—NORTHERN COI7NTIES ENQUIRY, Carlisle. French

Dressmaking taught on "Worth's" IPoularvlP'-• let, Certificates when proficient.
11 April 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England