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[ALL RIGIITS RESZETZD.I

[ALL RIGIITS RESZETZD.I

CHAPTER XXVII. ALTERED FORTUNES. had caused Miss Poppet's bad headache, tat did not seem to go away. She went to her business Pale and distrait, and very nearly fainted during the Performance of one of her best songs. "Don't talk to me about it," she said to Mrs. snowles, who wo
03 August 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
VACCINATION.

VACCINATION.

Mr GRIEVE, as vaccination officer, presented the following retmrns for the six months ending Dec. 31st, 1894:—Births 118. Successfully vaccinated, 46; dead unvaccinated, 8; postponed by medical certificate, 1; removed to district known of which the medical officer had been duly
03 August 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
URBAN POWERS.

URBAN POWERS.

The CLERK read a letter from the Local Government Board intimating that they would proceed to confer on the District Council urban powers, under sections 45 and 160 of the Public Health Act, 1875, in respect to the parish of Brampton. They had not the power to confer such urban
03 August 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
CASTLECARROCK TELEGRAPH OFFICE.

CASTLECARROCK TELEGRAPH OFFICE.

An account was received from the Postmaster General for the puyment of £25 2s 4d, balance of the guarantee of £35 on the working of this office, the receipts for outward telegrams being £9 16s Bd.—The CHAIRMAN: That is about .E 2 worse than last year. Was the money obtained from
03 August 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
BRAMPTON POLICE COURT.

BRAMPTON POLICE COURT.

Before G. J. Johnson Esq. (chairman), F. P. Johnson, Esq., Sir John Ross, the Rev. W Daere, and W. Dobson, Esq. DRUNK. ON LICENSED PREMISES. Joseph Wilson, engineman, Laversdale, was charged with being drunk on the licensed premises of Mary Hetherington, Half Moon Inn, Little Co
03 August 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
365 MOM SHAVES • swim iltiVig FOR 60. Stick lasts a Year, •

365 MOM SHAVES • swim iltiVig FOR 60. Stick lasts a Year, •

03 August 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
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30 November 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
HEXHAM APPRENTICES' CHARITY.

HEXHAM APPRENTICES' CHARITY.

At a meeting of the Hexham Urban District Council on Monday night, the Chairman (Mr Jos. Alexander) read certain clauses which it is proposed to incorporate in a scheme for the establishment of a secondary school at Hexham, These clauses deal with what is known as the Apprentice
30 November 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
IJIOR SALE. A quantity of GOOSE and I POULTRY FEATHERS.—AppIy J. Game Dealer, Haltwhistle.

IJIOR SALE. A quantity of GOOSE and I POULTRY FEATHERS.—AppIy J. Game Dealer, Haltwhistle.

30 November 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
REMINISCENCES OF CROFT HOUSE. BY AN OLD BOY. XIII.

REMINISCENCES OF CROFT HOUSE. BY AN OLD BOY. XIII.

IN THE LITTLE PARLOUR. On account of the stories told by boys who had been sent down to "the little parlour" for punishment, of what they had been able to get in the shape of eatables from the remnants of the supper table, a custom grew up of making raids upon a sideboard adjace
06 April 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England