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RETIRING SALE. tTIRJ II DRAPER AND CLOTHIER HAVING arrange9l for the Disposal of his BRANCH BUSINESS at 24, SCOTCH STREET,

RETIRING SALE. tTIRJ II DRAPER AND CLOTHIER HAVING arrange9l for the Disposal of his BRANCH BUSINESS at 24, SCOTCH STREET,

CARLISLE, WILL OFFER for the ensuing THREE WEE* the WHOLE OF HIS STOCK AT TREMENDOUS REDUCTIOS. NO NEED TO GIVE DETAILS. SEE WINDOW, OR CALL AND INSPECT. COME EARLY. This is a very rare opportunity, aa the Stock must be reduced by about £l.OOO by the end of the month.
11 April 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
EASTER HOLIDAYS.

EASTER HOLIDAYS.

Good Friday in Carlisle. Good Friday was recognised as a general halidt i o n n g, th n e o se twi in Carlisle, an d passed off without any untowa , g was it t the favourable aty c lop t( i ) ie l r i t ol holiday ra m t a t incident. The weather, such an important fact rh s e t
11 April 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
HOME FOR THE ARTS iiND SCIENCES.

HOME FOR THE ARTS iiND SCIENCES.

AT A PUBLIC MEEtING held in the Toww HALL on the 12th hist , it was resolved that a SUBSCRIPTION LIST be OPENED for the purpose of acquiring the TULLIE HOUSE Property, and Property adjoining it in CASTLE STREET, to be offered to the Corporation of Carlisle, in trust for the Publ
11 April 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
TOWN COUNCIL MEETINI

TOWN COUNCIL MEETINI

TUESDAY. PRESENT: 71e Mayor.—Richard Forster, Esq. Aldermen.—Mesare R. Brisco, W. I. R. Crowder, J. Corbett, C. P. Hardy, W. Maxwell, B. Stewart, and B. Scott. Councillors. Messrs J. Bulinore, J. Blain, J. Carruthers, J. R. Creighton ' J. Denard, G. Dove, J. Errington, W. Etchel
11 April 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
Portraits of Ex-Mayors.

Portraits of Ex-Mayors.

It was announced that portraits of MI Isaac James and of the late Mr John lluthart had been presented for the gallery of portraits of ex-mayors in the Mayor's parlour. And it was resolved that the best thanks of the Council be given to the donors. The Council adjourned at twenty
11 April 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
Accident at the Citadel Station.

Accident at the Citadel Station.

Board of Trade Inquiry. On Wednesday, Colonel Rich, Board of Trade Inhpector, continued the inquiry as to the cause of the railway collision which occurred at the Citadel Station on Toesday, March 4th. The railway officials present were Mr Neele, manager of the line; Mr C. A. Pa
11 April 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
Police Xems. THE COURTS, CARLISLE.-SATURDAY.

Police Xems. THE COURTS, CARLISLE.-SATURDAY.

Appointment of an Assistant Overseer. The appointment of Mr William Waugh, Cardewlees, Dalston, as assistant overseer of the parish of Dalston, at a salary of £lO per annum, was confirmed by the mag istrate&
11 April 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
pERAMWOLATORS.—QuaIity Highest, -L Prices Loviest, Stock Largest, Terms Easiest, at ROBT. NELSON' CO'S LTD., 20 &22 Castle-st, Carlisle ROLLERS! ROLLERS!!

pERAMWOLATORS.—QuaIity Highest, -L Prices Loviest, Stock Largest, Terms Easiest, at ROBT. NELSON' CO'S LTD., 20 &22 Castle-st, Carlisle ROLLERS! ROLLERS!!

All Steel, undamageable, everlasting, cheap, unequalled.— RICHERBT'S, Carlisle, Cockermouth, Aspatria.
11 April 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
A Moneyed Pauper.

A Moneyed Pauper.

A discussion took place as to what was to be done in the case of Elizabeth Johnston, an old woman in whose bed XS and severaL packets of tea were found.—Canon WATERTON ' I suppose the money belongs to us.—The CLERK: A pauper is not supposed to have any money. —Mr TITTER : She al
11 April 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England