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OUR SPECIAL FAR FAMED TEA

OUR SPECIAL FAR FAMED TEA

AN ADMIRABLE TEA, Pure, Pleasant, and Strong, now reduced to 1/ 4 per pound now reduced to 1/ - per pound Reduced to 10d. per pound
13 June 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
INDIA AND CHINA BLENDED TEA

INDIA AND CHINA BLENDED TEA

WHOLE LEAF TEA, Strong and Useful LADIES' SHOES from 2/11 to 15/6 per pair. GENT'S SHOES from 5/6 to 18/6 per pair. GENT'S BOOTS from 5/6 to 30/- per pair. SLIPPERS from 1/- to 7/- per pair. In fact you have only to state your requirement and have the article. TENNIS AND CRICKET
13 June 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
CYCLING CHAT.

CYCLING CHAT.

On Monday night the members of the Brampton Cycling Club had a run to Wetheral, from there to the Golden Fleece and Cumwhitton, then on to Carlisle, returning to Brampton. Vice-Capt. Farrer was in command, and eight members turned up. For ordinary runs the members scarcely atten
13 June 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
PLEURO-PNEUMONIA IN CUMBERLAND.

PLEURO-PNEUMONIA IN CUMBERLAND.

THE COUNTY AND CITY AN INFECTED AREA The Board of Agriculture on Monday communicated with the Town Clerk of Carlisle stating that they proposed to declare Cumberland an infected area, and asking what he, as clerk to the Carlisle Local Authority, had to say with reference to Carl
13 June 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
WHAT SHALL WE DRINK?

WHAT SHALL WE DRINK?

• The question of a palatable refreshing and wholesome drink for the Summer Season is one of the most important that toilers with the brain and with the hand cannot help asking themselves. Dr. Jenner and most leading physicians of the day go dead against intoxicants as table bev
13 June 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
NEWCASTLE -ON-TYNE POTATO AUCTION SALES. - Cumberland Magnums selling at 40s. to 445. per ton. Farmers should communicate direct with

NEWCASTLE -ON-TYNE POTATO AUCTION SALES. - Cumberland Magnums selling at 40s. to 445. per ton. Farmers should communicate direct with

WILLIAM Potato Salesman, Newcastle-on-Tyne.
13 June 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
C LEMENT'S, behind Town Hall, for NEW and SECOND-HAND CLOTHING of every description, Second-Hand Gold and Silver Watches, Chains, Jewellery,

C LEMENT'S, behind Town Hall, for NEW and SECOND-HAND CLOTHING of every description, Second-Hand Gold and Silver Watches, Chains, Jewellery,

Guns, Violins, Melodeons; also Clearing Out A large Stock of Men's Jackets from 5/-.
13 June 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
Rev. F. b. P. Cambridge, i; Gardner Armstrong. b Gardner ... 3 Meek, c Gardner, b Smith ... 0

Rev. F. b. P. Cambridge, i; Gardner Armstrong. b Gardner ... 3 Meek, c Gardner, b Smith ... 0

Amos, c sub., b Smith Gelliburn, b Smith Anderson, b Gardner Adamson, not out Fox, b Smith Extra _ Total ... o - 25 Tii BANKS V. WIGTON. At Wigton last Friday, the Banks winning by 4 wicketa and 43 runs. Score:— HANKS. WIG'ION. b Dobson " ... 11 Durion, run out Gate, b Dobson Tw
25 July 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
CITY OF CARLISLE SCHOOL BOARD. BROOK STREET SCHOOLS.

CITY OF CARLISLE SCHOOL BOARD. BROOK STREET SCHOOLS.

THE CITY OF CARLISLE SCHOOL BOARD require TENDERS for the ERECTION and COMPLETION of a NEW SCHOOL, including Latrines, Covered Playground, Concrete Floors, Boundary Walls, B:c., in EDWARD STREET and HOWE STREET. Persons desiring to Tender can see the Drawings, Specifications, Co
25 July 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
CHAPTER XLVII. LUCY WEBB RECEIVES SOME IMPORTANT AND UNEXPECTED

CHAPTER XLVII. LUCY WEBB RECEIVES SOME IMPORTANT AND UNEXPECTED

CHAPTER XLVII. LUCY WEBB RECEIVES IMPORTANT AND UNEXPECTED INFORMATION. BUT Ben Bradshaw was -not much more miserable, confined with his fellow scoundrels in the depths of the Madagaacar'shold, than were George Grant, Bessy Grant. and Lucy Webb, by courtesy first cabin passengers
25 July 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England