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THE INFLUENCE OF COLOUR.

THE INFLUENCE OF COLOUR.

A You's Mork. In anticipation of the annual meeting to be held at Penrith the local Fell Pony Committee have issued their annual report. It Mates that the stallion scheme mewed by the committee for the season 1916 was accepted by the Board of Ao.;riculture. It only differed from
2 November 1915 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
LADY BANK CLERKS AT PENRITIN.

LADY BANK CLERKS AT PENRITIN.

A former generation of hank managers would hare had an attack of apoplexy if it had been suggested to them that they should employ female clerks. The war has bees Me best friend to warden In the way of breaking down social. commercial, and prelleasienal barriers, and new nothing
2 November 1915 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
THE LOCAL WAR HOSPITALS.

THE LOCAL WAR HOSPITALS.

Lola) LONSDAIXS OFFER OF WHITE. H A VE„N CASTI.E. 1' • mindes of the Voluntary Aid Committee an interesting report from Mr. H. • the Kinney director. It Mated that at • -.tinning .4 October they had•ssB beds in the ho-pitals in the two countive—Comber. 230 in nine hospitals. and
2 November 1915 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
THE PENRITH OBSERVER. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 2, 1915. lAILY CLOSING OF ALSTON SHOPS. Local War Notes aqd Incidents. Lanor.Sere,earit J. Cook

THE PENRITH OBSERVER. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 2, 1915. lAILY CLOSING OF ALSTON SHOPS. Local War Notes aqd Incidents. Lanor.Sere,earit J. Cook

(C Company), Lamm S sgeant T. Ridley (B); Lance.Sergeante—Cor. panda J. Martindale (q and J. Martin (11); Cor• porals—lAnce-Cmiporals H. B. Maynard and E. McKnight (C), J. M. lalra and A. Mitchinson (B); Lance-Corpnrals—Privates T. Newton (A), G. Lennon, J. Bell, H. 1.. Parry (B
2 November 1915 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
THE ROLL OF HONOUR.

THE ROLL OF HONOUR.

Lieut.-General M. F. Rimington is one of the officer* on whim the honour of Commander of the Lrgini of Honour war conferred by the French President daring the visit of King Ocor,ie to France. Gunner Walter Hodson, son of Mr..). (:. Hudson, Keswick, has been wounded in the arm in
2 November 1915 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
300 To 400

300 To 400

CATTLE, lag roam _good lots of Strong (*.ode; also smart BULLOCK k HEIFER 5111(KS. and some welltoed REAFKR3 suitable for Stock purpose. Also about 311 CALVED and OLCALF COWS and HEWERS. 2 Very Promising CART !ILLY irOALS. FRIDAY, sth NOVEMBER. at 10 30 cm. WEEKLY SPECIAL. IiALK
2 November 1915 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
IR. LBIGH, L.D.11.3., Surgeon Dentist, Corn Market, PINBITH.

IR. LBIGH, L.D.11.3., Surgeon Dentist, Corn Market, PINBITH.

2 November 1915 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
WATERMAN'S IDEAL FOUNTAIN PEN.

WATERMAN'S IDEAL FOUNTAIN PEN.

Give Waterman's Ideals to all your friends on Active Service. The Safety Type is Recommended for— SOLDIERS, SAILORS, DOCTORS. RED CROSS NURSES, LADIES, TRAVELLERS. SPORTSMEN. EVERY PEN GUARANTEED. SCOTT'S FOUNTAIN PEN DEPOT, 5, DEVOUR= STRAIT, METH. WHEN DIGESTION IS DERANGED th
30 November 1915 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
BEFRIENDED.

BEFRIENDED.

Another story of how Nurse WSv betrayed to the Gentians is given in L'lndependane Beige. A young Frenchman had horn arrested, slid when questioned he inadvertently gave the name Mims Cavell. Immediately afterwards the borne of Miss Oavell, in the Bier de l Culture, was marched b
30 November 1915 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England