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AMALGAMATED ASSOCIATION OF MINERS, No, 31 Lodge, of the Westbrorawich, Oldbury, &c., District of the above Asaociation, hold their meetings

AMALGAMATED ASSOCIATION OF MINERS, No, 31 Lodge, of the Westbrorawich, Oldbury, &c., District of the above Asaociation, hold their meetings

at the house of Mrs. E. WALTER, the Ivy House Inn, Brewery-street, Kateshill, Dudley, where any Collier under 50 years of age, and in good health, may become a member, by paying 10s. entrance fee, and 9d. per week contributions, and be entitled to 7s. per week in case of Sicknes
June 13, 1874 - Cannock Chase Examiner - Cannock, Staffordshire, England
 
SCOTTISH BELIEF IN WITCHES. .

SCOTTISH BELIEF IN WITCHES. .

• . The last Scottish story with which I will trouble you, happened he or shortly after the year 1800, and the whole circumstances are well known to me. The dearth of the years in the end of the 18th, and beginning of this oentury, woo inconvenient to all, but distressing to the
June 13, 1874 - Cannock Chase Examiner - Cannock, Staffordshire, England
 
GENERAL NEWS.

GENERAL NEWS.

A SMALLPDX Preston correspondent of the "Manchester Courier" says that small-pox is daily increasing in virulence in the town, and that if extra exertions are not put forward by the authorities, it is feared the consequence will be appalling. Two pawnbrokers are in the Workhouse
June 13, 1874 - Cannock Chase Examiner - Cannock, Staffordshire, England
 
THE "TWO DEATHS ON MONT BLANC."

THE "TWO DEATHS ON MONT BLANC."

THE " TWO DEATHS ON MONT BLANC." A correspondent of the Times writes i—" The pa ragraph under the above heading which you quote Ifroq so exactly describes an accident whials occurred early in August, 1870, that I feel sure there is an error in alluding to it as one that has ju-t
June 13, 1874 - Cannock Chase Examiner - Cannock, Staffordshire, England
 
THE NEW GAME.

THE NEW GAME.

i he first groat polo fete of the year was given on REMARKABLE DIVORCE CASE. Saturday at liurlingham, when a match took place In the Divorce Court, last week, Sir James between the officers of the let Life,Guards and the Hannen proceeded with the "part heard" case of Royal Horse
June 13, 1874 - Cannock Chase Examiner - Cannock, Staffordshire, England
 
MASS MEETING AT PELSALL

MASS MEETING AT PELSALL

On Thursday morning a mass meeting of miters was held at High Field, The Bev. F. G. Littlecot, vicar of Bushell, presided, and, after the , inging of the hymn, "Praise ye the Lord, 'tis good to raise," he offered prayer that as they were "met to think over and speak about the gr
June 13, 1874 - Cannock Chase Examiner - Cannock, Staffordshire, England
 
CHAPTE It VII.

CHAPTE It VII.

Many weeks passed. Who shall say how grievously wretched were those weeks to Norah ? It was only the kind, almost the devoted attentions of Lady Amy that enabled her —so she felt—to get through them at all. Many visitors, as usual, came to Conyers Towers; but AMY'S was tr 9 100
August 8, 1874 - Cannock Chase Examiner - Cannock, Staffordshire, England
 
ATOTICE,-TO NEWS AGENTS AND OTHERS.—AII Orders for " Examurans" should reach this Office NOT LATER than the TORSDAY MORNING in

ATOTICE,-TO NEWS AGENTS AND OTHERS.—AII Orders for " Examurans" should reach this Office NOT LATER than the TORSDAY MORNING in

each week to ensure certain attention. NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. All news or other communication intended for .insertion in the `` Examiner' must arrive at this office not later than Wednesday morning. Itsports of trade meetings, sent by members or officials of lodges will be i
August 8, 1874 - Cannock Chase Examiner - Cannock, Staffordshire, England
 
BOARD OF TRADE RETURNS.

BOARD OF TRADE RETURNS.

Those returns for Juno have just been issued. The total declared value of exports for the mouth was £19,367,613, which was £92,470 less than in June, 1873, and £856,008 less than in June, 1872. The total value of the exports for the months ended June 80th, was £117,831,214, whic
July 18, 1874 - Cannock Chase Examiner - Cannock, Staffordshire, England
 
A MALGAMATED ASSOCIATION _OF - MINERS—The only Lodge held at Dudley in' connection with the above society is at Mrs.

A MALGAMATED ASSOCIATION _OF - MINERS—The only Lodge held at Dudley in' connection with the above society is at Mrs.

Walter's, Ivy Rouse Inc, Brewery-street, Kate's-hill, where any collier under 50 years of age may become a member by paying an entrance fee of 10s. and 9d. per week contnbutions ; and be entitled to 7s. per week in case of sickness or accident, at the death of a member, 10s. at
July 18, 1874 - Cannock Chase Examiner - Cannock, Staffordshire, England