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HITNSONBY AND WINSKILL BAND OF The annual annual demonstration of the above Band ,of Hope was held on Friday. In the evening a public meeting was held in the chapel,Dr. Altham,Penrith, presiding. Interesting addresses were delivered by the Rev. J. C. Jowett, Kirkoswald, Mr W. Be
August 10, 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
CARLISLE AND DISTRICT BAND OF HOPE DEMONSTRATION.

CARLISLE AND DISTRICT BAND OF HOPE DEMONSTRATION.

The arrangements for this children's day are well forward, and nothing is now required to make it a greater success than last year, but a fine day. There will be at least twice as many children in the procession, which will also include the Highland Pipers Band from Dumfries, th
August 10, 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
FISHER STREET PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. DEDICATION OF THE NEW ORGAN

FISHER STREET PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. DEDICATION OF THE NEW ORGAN

The new organ presented to the Fisher Street Presbyterian Church by Mr Clark, Edentown, was formally dedicated on Thursday evening. The new instrument is very beautifully fitted up in the chancel recess, immediately behind the pulpit. The two sides and the lower part of the orga
August 10, 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
RECKLESS DRIVING ON BANK HOLIDAY. SMART PENALTY.

RECKLESS DRIVING ON BANK HOLIDAY. SMART PENALTY.

At the Town Hall, on Monday, Joseph Henry Nicholson, Scotby, and his groom, Samuel Bugbee, were before the Bench, charged with being drunk while in charge of a horse and trap on August sth, and also with driving furiously. On Monday evening about 9 o'clock, the two defendants we
August 10, 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
CARLISLE SCHOOL BOARD.

CARLISLE SCHOOL BOARD.

This Board resumed its usual meetings on Wednesday. Mr Crowder presided, the other members present being the Rev. Canon Richmond, Rev. H. W. Farrar, Mr Teasdale, Mr Irving, Mr achells, Mr Kennedy, and Mr Dobinson.
August 10, 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 

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FOLIRTII ROUND.

FOLIRTII ROUND.

J. Cameron T, Bell FINAL. T. Bell THE LIBERAL Crxa.—As we announced last week, the Liberal Club was opened on Monday for the use of members, so far as the reading room and games are concerned. The billiard room is not yet furnished with a table, but that will come in due course.
August 10, 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
WALKER S TEA ROOMS Are the MOST COMFORTABLE and CENTRAL. Everything of the Best, and the Charges Moderate. Note the

WALKER S TEA ROOMS Are the MOST COMFORTABLE and CENTRAL. Everything of the Best, and the Charges Moderate. Note the

Address-43, ENGLISH STREET (Two minutes' walk from Citadel Station).
August 10, 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
AGRICULTURAL MART, BOTCIIERGATE. SALES of all kinds of PRODUCE every SATURDAY and MONDAY, at 1 p.m. to a minute. No

AGRICULTURAL MART, BOTCIIERGATE. SALES of all kinds of PRODUCE every SATURDAY and MONDAY, at 1 p.m. to a minute. No

reserves; all absolutely sold. Consignments of any article suital - qo for Farmers solicited. ROBERT DALTON, Auctioneer.
August 10, 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
CARLISLE HEALTH COMMITTEE. The fortnightly meeting of the Health Committee was held on Thursday, Mr Dixon presiding. PUBLIC CLOCKS.

CARLISLE HEALTH COMMITTEE. The fortnightly meeting of the Health Committee was held on Thursday, Mr Dixon presiding. PUBLIC CLOCKS.

The SURVEYOR reported that the vane at the top of the Town Hall clock was much worn. He was having the clock cleaned and new lamps put in. 'Complaints had been made that the clock at Trinity Church did not strike the hours. On examination he found that the platform was so constr
September 14, 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
HIGHWAYS.

HIGHWAYS.

The buavEyou'•: report stated that the work on the roads had been of the usual character. Brushwood was required to repair the damage caused by floods at the Island, Solmain, and elsewhere.—Miss LATTIMER said that the question of putting into repair the road which leads past Wre
September 14, 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England