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CHARGE OF COINING.

CHARGE OF COINING.

Charles McLaren, 56, was charged on remand at Clerkenwell Police Court, with tendering a counterfeit shilling to John Taylor, omnibus conductor. Mr. Wm. Lewis prosecuted on behalf of the Mint authorities.—On the _afternoon of the 12th inst. McLaren was riding on an omnibus in Ca
September 21, 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Mr KENNEDY again drew the attention of the Board to the that there were nearly 100 infants in attendance at Denton H o l me over the authorised a ccommodation. —.Mr BucKLEy, in a letter, asked permission for the Pupil teachers from St. Bede 's School to att en d t h e C en t ra
September 21, 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
(Local.)

(Local.)

, _ Collie, S. Bernard, mastiff, bulldog, Pomeranian, poodle, or pug.-1 and 3 E. P. Smith, Haltwhistle ; 2 Miss Annie E. Campbell, Haltwhistle ; ho W. Nixon, Haltwhistle. Setter, pointer, retriever, greyhound, deerhound, foxhound, dachshund, spaniel, or harrier.-1 and special Is
September 21, 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
Stimulates the Liver. CURES HEADACHE. - PURIFIES THE BLOOD. Sold by Chemists. Grocers, and Stores.

Stimulates the Liver. CURES HEADACHE. - PURIFIES THE BLOOD. Sold by Chemists. Grocers, and Stores.

September 21, 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
* ir iiiikst ar diAw. Don't Rub Your Clothes I P a l r to tatters in a vain attempt

* ir iiiikst ar diAw. Don't Rub Your Clothes I P a l r to tatters in a vain attempt

to clean them 'Pi -111 q with poor soap. Save MP your time and health pill - - 1104 by using z: for - 1114 Sunlight pir •111110 /46-14 r Pllr 'lll l 4 Pr It makes home brighter. -iisi (177- 4 \ c ‘ it t It til lie v tl w
September 21, 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
Photographers. J. MONK, Viaduct Buildings, t.lhirlotte Street. Plumber and Gas Fitter. WM. FERGUSON, Plumbei , Tinsmith, &c., 51, Denton Street.

Photographers. J. MONK, Viaduct Buildings, t.lhirlotte Street. Plumber and Gas Fitter. WM. FERGUSON, Plumbei , Tinsmith, &c., 51, Denton Street.

T. HARRIS & CO., Electricians, Plumbers, Gasfitters, etc., Workshop, Lowthian's Lane, English Street Painters and Glaziers. S. ALLAN, 10 Globe Lane, Scotch Street C. R. HANNAH, Painter and Paper Hanger, 133 & 135 Botchergate W. HODGSON, Decorator, Back Brunswick Street, opposite
September 21, 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
OPENING OF THE .CENTRAL 'HALL, CARLISLE. HE HOME FOR TEMPERANCE WORKERS. SPEECHES BY THE EARL AND COUNTESS OF CAFIUSLE, LEIF JONES, Esq., &c.

OPENING OF THE .CENTRAL 'HALL, CARLISLE. HE HOME FOR TEMPERANCE WORKERS. SPEECHES BY THE EARL AND COUNTESS OF CAFIUSLE, LEIF JONES, Esq., &c.

OPENING OF THE . CENTRAL 'HALL, CARLISLE. HE HOME FOR TEMPERANCE WORKERS. SPEECHES BY THE EARL AND COUNTESS OF CAFIUSLE, LEIF JONES, Esq., &c. The premises which for so many years were known as "The Mu , eurn." in Finkle Street. in this city, have been, as we mentioned a fortnigh
December 21, 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
Mr. Leif Jones on Union.

Mr. Leif Jones on Union.

Mr JONES said that he congratulated the people of Carlisle on the opening of this Central Temperance Hall. It had been altogether transformed from what it was on the first and only time he had before seen it. That was some days before, when it was in the hands of the workmen, an
December 21, 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
DON'T PASS THIS!

DON'T PASS THIS!

Sufferers from Gravel, Lumbago, Piles, Pains in the back, Dropsy, Wind and Water Complaints, Diseases of the Kidney, Bladder, Urinary Organs, Stone, Gleet, Stricture, Sciatica, Rheumatism, and Gout, will find a positive cure in HOLDROYD'S GRAVEL PILLS. Try a small box, and if no
December 21, 1895 - North Cumberland Reformer - Carlisle, Cumberland, England