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received by falling out of a railway carriage." They made a further recommendation " that the attention of the railway company be called with respect to the safety of passengers, to the defective working of the communication cord." The jury further considered that the action tak
2 August 1932 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
I Al.. at ZINO STREET, smog_ WHITEHAVEN; FINKLE AILING I STREET, LENDAL; SALE.

I Al.. at ZINO STREET, smog_ WHITEHAVEN; FINKLE AILING I STREET, LENDAL; SALE.

NORTH WESTMORLAND GUARDIANS' CLERK APPOINTED. I AN
2 August 1932 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
THE ALKAMBRA.

THE ALKAMBRA.

Joe E. Brown, "the cavernous-mouthed comedian," who has already been featured several times an the town with great aucceu, provides the theme foe another laughable farce, in " Broad Minded," appearing to-night and tomorrow (Wednesday). With him are Once Munson, William Collier,
2 August 1932 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
A MINISTERIAL APPRECIATION.

A MINISTERIAL APPRECIATION.

The funeral of Mr. Thomas Edward 17ti Maleaster Crescent, Stanwia, formerly schoolmaster at Kirkby noes for 42 years, whose death at CLrli■le was reported in last week's " Observer," took place on Tuesday morning at Stanwix Cemetery, and was largely attended by representatives o
23 August 1932 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
EXCURSIONS

EXCURSIONS

BY MOTOR AND STEAMER IRON
16 August 1932 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL OF LAST

RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL OF LAST

UNPAID RATES, XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that unless all OUTSTANDING HATES ARE PAID ON ON BEFORE TUESDAY, 29rd AUGUST, 1922, Legal Proceedings will be JOHN BARRER, Clerk to the Rating Authority.
16 August 1932 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
THIRLMERS SPORTS.

THIRLMERS SPORTS.

The Lakeland sports season reaeived • demi. 'node& on Saturday when the opening meeting. Miriam, was held in heavy showers of rain. There wee a fairly large crowd present. Fiftytwo bounds competed in the three trails, 'and not one favourite won. Eighteen ran in the maiden trail,
2 August 1932 - Penrith Observer - Penrith, Cumberland, England
 
1 J.DAY'S FOOTBALL LINE-UP : PLAYERS WHO WILL DON CITY COLOURS

1 J.DAY'S FOOTBALL LINE-UP : PLAYERS WHO WILL DON CITY COLOURS

cNESTER'S TASK AT MANSFII LD Players Eager for the Fray. is THE HALF-BACK PROBLEM SOLVED ? Illy R.A.N.) .ter open their campaign in the Northern &Alien of the Third .nin a visit fa N Id to-day, and for an.,. reasons than an the mate% .mportant one. Here, in prastiell„ it keyed t
27 August 1932 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
WEDDING OF MISS RUTH HARDINGE

WEDDING OF MISS RUTH HARDINGE

The 'marriage took place at St. Augustine's Church', Bournemouth, on Tuesday. of Mr. Daniel Hanbiiry, of leads Malrma', New Votes, and 'Hie Pergola, Aiwa', Italy, second son of the lets sir Timmer and Lady Halibut', of La Mortola, Italy. and Miss Huth Harding', of Villa !fres-vi
27 August 1932 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
AcßicuLTußii. HALL (111,:etTKR

AcßicuLTußii. HALL (111,:etTKR

THURSDAY NEXT, September lot, 143 L Al Ms
27 August 1932 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England