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THE WAGES DISPUTE IN THE VARIOUS MINING DISTRICTS.

THE WAGES DISPUTE IN THE VARIOUS MINING DISTRICTS.

Some of the trade organs of capital seem inclined to make a great deal more of the award of Mr. Kettle in the Somersetshire mining case than is warranted by the facts. We refer particularly to the extra coat the masters allege they are put to through the operation of the Mines'
May 9, 1874 - Cannock Chase Examiner - Cannock, Staffordshire, England
 
SOUTH WALES COAL AND IRON TRADE MEETINGS. THE• DISPUTES IN THE IRON AND COAL TRADES IN

SOUTH WALES COAL AND IRON TRADE MEETINGS. THE• DISPUTES IN THE IRON AND COAL TRADES IN

The settlement of o , e disputes in th Forest of Dean has produced a most gratifying effect on the whole population of the valley. A meeting of miners was held Pantre, Ystrad, on Monday. Mr. Gower presided. A meeting was also held at Trevskyrn the same night, when the following
May 9, 1874 - Cannock Chase Examiner - Cannock, Staffordshire, England
 
CNSTLE GRESLEY.

CNSTLE GRESLEY.

A tea meeting was held in the Wesleyan Chapel, Castle Greeley, on Wednesday, the Ist inst., when a goodly number sat down, Mr. Buckley was called to the chair, and speeches were delivered by Messrs. Hogg, Wood, Woodward, and Fteeman. The proceeds are to be handed over to the bui
July 11, 1874 - Cannock Chase Examiner - Cannock, Staffordshire, England
 
LITERARY EXTRACTS.

LITERARY EXTRACTS.

WORK. For there is a perennial nobleness, and even sacred.. in work. Were he never so benighted, forgetful of his high calling, there is always hope in a man that actually and earnestly works in idleness alone is there perpetual despair. Work, never so mammonist., mean. Cs in co
July 11, 1874 - Cannock Chase Examiner - Cannock, Staffordshire, England
 
OFTNIONB OF TIER PREBB.

OFTNIONB OF TIER PREBB.

OFTNIONB OF PREBB. The Leeds Mercury says—" Is the story about the fight between a dwarf and abull dog at Hanley, described in Monday's Daily Telegraph a report of an actual event? It is all but incredible that such a scene can have been enacted in one of the most populous towns
July 11, 1874 - Cannock Chase Examiner - Cannock, Staffordshire, England
 
SUBSCRIBERS. NOTICE TO OITA AGENTS AND THE PRICE OF THE "NIIsmaTER.,,

SUBSCRIBERS. NOTICE TO OITA AGENTS AND THE PRICE OF THE "NIIsmaTER.,,

SUBSCRIBERS. NOTICE TO AGENTS AND PRICE OF THE This journal has now been published twentyfour weeks. Since its first issue it has been a loss to us of many pounds weekly. Some time are we announced that we should to under the a , cessity of advancing the price to lid, per but we
May 30, 1874 - Cannock Chase Examiner - Cannock, Staffordshire, England
 
ON-AND AFTER JUNE 20ra

ON-AND AFTER JUNE 20ra

ON-AND AFTER JUNE "THE EXAMINER' WILL BE 10. PER COPY. NOTICE, --TO NEWS AGENTS AND OTHERS.—AII Orders for " ahould reach this NOT Lama than the WEDNESDAY MORNING in each week to ensure certain attention. HOURS' MOVEMENT. I.NDUSTRIAL HOUSEHOLD TALES. JOHN ASHMORE, OF BIRMINGHAM,
May 30, 1874 - Cannock Chase Examiner - Cannock, Staffordshire, England
 
EXECUTION IN NEWGATE.

EXECUTION IN NEWGATE.

James Godwin, a hearthrug maker, who was Ben. fenced to death by Mr. Baron Cleasby at the last of the Central Criminal Court, for the murder of his wife, Louisa Godwin, was on Monday morning executed within the walls of Newgate. On the 22nd of April last, Godwin, who then reside
May 30, 1874 - Cannock Chase Examiner - Cannock, Staffordshire, England
 
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ihrl f - ,ver t,...,_ ,I. necessaries, .... t the defendanee /I modem - - he r to the - THE ARREST OF CAPTAIN HYDR The Pacific Steam Navigation Company's steamer, Britannia, Captain Mardn, arrived at Liverpool on Saturday morning from Valparaiso. The news she brings relative to t
May 30, 1874 - Cannock Chase Examiner - Cannock, Staffordshire, England
 
• ARTHUR SCATTERGOOD, ALE AND PORTER BREWER, BURTON- ON- TREE T. T 0-E E S : OPPOSITE FIELD'S BLUE BRICKWORKS,

• ARTHUR SCATTERGOOD, ALE AND PORTER BREWER, BURTON- ON- TREE T. T 0-E E S : OPPOSITE FIELD'S BLUE BRICKWORKS,

LIT.T.LZITORT R. Families are eupplied from Stores with Casks containing:— ." 9 Gallons at 95., 10s. 6d., or 12s. each. 12 Gallons at 125.. 145., or 16s. each, 18 Gallons at 18s., 215., or 245. each, or in 36 Gallons at proportionate prices. ADDRESS:— THE WINE AND A IF, STORES,
May 30, 1874 - Cannock Chase Examiner - Cannock, Staffordshire, England