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WOMEN'S RIGHTS.

WOMEN'S RIGHTS.

There have been numerous conversaziones in connection with the Women's Franchise League. Mrs. Edensor and the Committee of the League were " at borne" to their friends on the evening of Tuesday, July 15th, at Royal Crescent, Notting Hill, to meet the foreign delegates. The enter
July 25, 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
LOTTIE.

LOTTIE.

A telegram from Crete states that five Turkish soldiers, while drawing water, were killed by Christians who had been lying in ambush. T H E news that a battle has been fought between the forces of Guatemala and San Salvador is confirmed. It is reported that of the San Salvador t
July 25, 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
:imperial Parliament.

:imperial Parliament.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—Monday. The attendance was very large. Mr explained the arrangements for the disposition of the money raised by the extra taxation on spirits and beer, originally intended for the endowment of publichousen. With respect to England, it is proposed to add the amo
July 25, 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
The Aounß of the Churches. LUX MUNDI.

The Aounß of the Churches. LUX MUNDI.

A large and attentive audience assembled in the sombre Methodist Chapel in Fisher Street on Sunday evening week to hear a discourse on Lux by the Rev. Ililderic Friend, F.L.S. Before the sermon the choir rendered "Lead kindly light" as a chant. and the other portions of the serv
July 25, 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
TERRIBLE ACCIDENT AT THE SENHOUSE DOCK, MARYPORT.

TERRIBLE ACCIDENT AT THE SENHOUSE DOCK, MARYPORT.

Yesterday morning, about ten o'clock, a very serious accident occurred to a dock labourer named George 'Finley, residing in King's Arms yard, King Street, Maryport, which was caused by the jib of a crane falling upon him. He was employed at the Senhouse Dock in discharging a car
July 25, 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
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July 25, 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
KESWICK CONVENTION.

KESWICK CONVENTION.

The sixteenth annual Convention for the deepening of Spiritual Life commenced at Keswick on Monday night. Mr. Wilson this year stands alone as the Convener of the gathering, Mr. Henry F. Bowker, his coadjutor last year, having died during the winter. The attendance is as great a
July 25, 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
Original Articles. DE OMNIBUS REBUS.

Original Articles. DE OMNIBUS REBUS.

CATTLE SHIPS Nothing to do with us! Pass on ! I beg the gentle reader's pardon, but I shall not pass on, for this has something to do with you. Are you a butcher, a farmer, a sailor's wife, or mother, or sweetheart; are you a friend of the suffering and the wronged; do you wish
July 25, 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
MANY a man who wouldn't even make a good book agent, thinks his tongue is persuasive enough to control the affairs of a nation.

MANY a man who wouldn't even make a good book agent, thinks his tongue is persuasive enough to control the affairs of a nation.

a man who wouldn't even make a good book agent, thinks his tongue is persuasive enough to control the affairs of a nation. PROHIBITION DIFFICULTIES.— A despatch from Bridgeport, Connecticut, says :—The first case in the Courts of this State in regard to the sale of liquor in orig
July 25, 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
PLEURO-PNEUMONIA IN THE UNITED STATES.

PLEURO-PNEUMONIA IN THE UNITED STATES.

The plea presented by Mr Rusk, the Secretary to the United States Department of Agriculture, to Mr J. W. Barclay, M.P., in which it was contended that that country was practically free from pleuro-pneumonia, and therefore in a position to export any number of live stock without
July 25, 1890 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England