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WANTED. —COLLECTOR for a Book; salary and commission ; also, Spare Time Collectors for HALTWHISTLE. —Apply PEARL OFFICES, 45 PORTLAND

WANTED. —COLLECTOR for a Book; salary and commission ; also, Spare Time Collectors for HALTWHISTLE. —Apply PEARL OFFICES, 45 PORTLAND

PLACE, CARLISLE. LONDON WESLEYAN MISSION. MEETINGS IN CALILIsLE. ON THURSDAY, APRIL grit, REV. UT pRICE ITUGHES M.A., will preach at 3-30 in the WESLEYAN CHAPEL, FISHER STREET. TEA provided in the LECTURE HALL at 5. 6d each. At Seven o'clock, GREAT MEETING in DRILL HALL. Speaker
04 April 1896 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
BA RTON. HEADSTONES, &c., IN MARBLE, GRANITE, &c. HALTWHISTLE AND ALSTON.

BA RTON. HEADSTONES, &c., IN MARBLE, GRANITE, &c. HALTWHISTLE AND ALSTON.

08 August 1896 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
GREAT BARGAINS IN HARDWARE GOODS. JOHN SNOWBALL, IRONMONGER, Is offering the remaining portion of his Stock at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,

GREAT BARGAINS IN HARDWARE GOODS. JOHN SNOWBALL, IRONMONGER, Is offering the remaining portion of his Stock at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,

AT THE WAREHOUSE , HALLGARTH, HEXHAM, N.B.—Entrance by Passage.
08 August 1896 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
VOLUNTEER DRILL ORDERS.

VOLUNTEER DRILL ORDERS.

IC COMPANY IST Y. B. NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS. Drills for week ending July 11th : Tuesday—Parade in the Market Place at 8 p.m. Dress—uniform. Band to attend. Thursday—Class firing from 6 p.m. (3rd class). Friday—Parade in the Drill Field at 3 p.m. Dressplain clothes. Members who
04 July 1896 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
SCHOOL BOARD CASES.

SCHOOL BOARD CASES.

John Woof, Attendance Officer to the Farlam School Board, applied fr an attendance order against Joseph William Rushton, son of James Rushton, Tindale Terrace, miner. He said the boy was 113 years old, and in the sixth standard. He was kept off to go errands.—Mr Dacre : Surely i
25 April 1896 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
NO 2, SOUTH VIEW TERRACE, HALTWHISTLE. MIL J. F. GRAHAM. acting under instructions from the EXECUTORS cf the Nte MATTHEW

NO 2, SOUTH VIEW TERRACE, HALTWHISTLE. MIL J. F. GRAHAM. acting under instructions from the EXECUTORS cf the Nte MATTHEW

(nENWRIGHT, will SELL `TION at the above place on SATURDAY, Mtr 2nd. 1896, the whole M the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Sale to commence at 2-30. Terms—Cash.
25 April 1896 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
VERY CHEAP.

VERY CHEAP.

The CLERK submitted the accounts for the byeelections at Alston and Garrigilt the total being £lO 2s 3d.—Mr H. WALTON remarked that it was very cheap. (Laughter.) SANITARY CONDITION OF THE TOWN. Mr Dowsolv asked when the Inspector would be likely to complete his report on the sa
08 February 1896 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
CARLISLE AND DISTRICT MUSICAL FESTIVAL. DRILL HALL, APRIL 17TH. COMPETITIONS for Church Choirs (men and boys). Church and Chapel Choirs

CARLISLE AND DISTRICT MUSICAL FESTIVAL. DRILL HALL, APRIL 17TH. COMPETITIONS for Church Choirs (men and boys). Church and Chapel Choirs

(mixed voices), Rural Choirs (15 miles radius), Choral Classes, Trios (female voices), Quartettes, and Junior Choirs. £54 in PRIZES. in addition to Challenge Banner, Challenge Shield, Book Prizes, ito. Prospectus now ready. Conductors and secretaries should apply to D. HODGSON,
08 February 1896 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
A QUESTION OF DRAINAGE.

A QUESTION OF DRAINAGE.

A letter from the Hal twhistle Parish Council requested the District Council to provide a covered drain for the water which ran from near Mount Pleasant along the highway to Townfoot, as the Council consider the present condition of the water course unsatisfactory.— The said he
04 July 1896 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England