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OUR NOTE BOOK.

OUR NOTE BOOK.

It is to be hoped that the The Issue. electors of Carlisle now fully understand the issue that is before them in the present election. It is brieflywhether they wish the management of their educational affairs to be in the hands of men who are thoroughly in harmony with the aims
January 19, 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF T,ETTERPRESS PRINTING INCLUDING Books, Pamphlets, Reports, Balance Sheets, Legal Forms, Overseers' Lists, Invoices, Circulars, Posters, Handbills, Tea

EVERY DESCRIPTION OF T,ETTERPRESS PRINTING INCLUDING Books, Pamphlets, Reports, Balance Sheets, Legal Forms, Overseers' Lists, Invoices, Circulars, Posters, Handbills, Tea

and Coffee Papers, Biscuit Bags, Business Cards, Memorial Cards, eitc., CAREFULLY AND EXPEDITIOUSLY EXECUTED. ESTIMATES ON APPLICATION. 4. " V I CT M " CASTLE " PRINTING WCRKS, WEST TOWER STREET / CARLISLE. .
January 19, 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
A GRICULTUR.AL MART, BOTCHERGATE. SALES of all kinds of PRODUCE every SATURDAY and 'MONDAY, at 1 p.m. to a minute.

A GRICULTUR.AL MART, BOTCHERGATE. SALES of all kinds of PRODUCE every SATURDAY and 'MONDAY, at 1 p.m. to a minute.

No reaerves ;. all absolutely sold. Consignments of any articles suitable for Farmers solicited. ROBERT DALTON, Auctioneer. J. F. GRAHAM, AUCTIONEER AND VALUER HALT WIIISTL E. -- • DEALER IN ALI. HOUSEHOLD GOODS. AU kinds of Goods bought for Cash, or Warehoused for Public Sale.
January 19, 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
Till; PRINCE OF WALES AND LORD RANDOLPIL

Till; PRINCE OF WALES AND LORD RANDOLPIL

PRINCE OF WALES AND LORD RANDOLPIL That the Prince of ales should have repeated Lis visit to Lord Randolph Churchill is 710 surprise to those who know how loyal H.R.H. is to his friends. Lord Randolph one of his tmot intimate friends, and the hour spent by the Ptince at Grosvenor
January 12, 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
A DECLINE IN LITIGATION.

A DECLINE IN LITIGATION.

The depression t — l - m - t - i : aTle - o - f - t — li;c7n — ii . i - t - r - y, which Omer& but the suggestion of imprthietuent, exerriaes no cr,Fte ever,a reflex action on litigation,and hp coming t la wco rUi,acording to the legal, profe..sioe, pronTes to be one of the poor
January 12, 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
GREAT LIBERAL MEETING IN THE DRILL HALL.

GREAT LIBERAL MEETING IN THE DRILL HALL.

A Liberal meeting, under the auspices of the Carlisle Liberal Association, was held in the Drill Hall on Wednesday night. Considering the slippery state of the streets, and the depressed condition of the mercury in the thermometor, there was a remarkably good attendance, and ent
January 12, 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
AGRICULT URA L .6 DucATioN.

AGRICULT URA L .6 DucATioN.

Some time ago a conference was held in Carlisle, on the desiraUility of establishing a joint dairy school and demonstration farm for Cumberland. Westmoreland, and Northumberland. A committee was appointed, which held another meeting on Saturday. Mr Howard and Mr Dobson represent
January 12, 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
G RIEVE'S HIG H-C LA SS AERATED MINERAL WATERS. PREPARED WITH THE GREATEST CARS, AND GUARANTEED FREE FROM LEAD. In

G RIEVE'S HIG H-C LA SS AERATED MINERAL WATERS. PREPARED WITH THE GREATEST CARS, AND GUARANTEED FREE FROM LEAD. In

Syphons and Corked and Stoppered Bottles. J. B. GRIEVE, CHEMIST, THE CASTLE AERATED WATER WORKS, CARLISLF. AND AT MK STREET, LONGTOWN.
January 12, 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
SYMPATIM—As a certain musician who had a very bad voice, was singin , one day, he took notice of a

SYMPATIM—As a certain musician who had a very bad voice, was singin , one day, he took notice of a

gentlewoman who fell "a crying, when itor ° y , ining that the sweetness of his melody awakened some passion in her breast, lie began to sing louder, and she to weep more bitterly. le hail no sootier ended the song, but, going to the lady, he asked her why she cried. " Oh," said
April 13, 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England