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EMIGRATION.-LAIGE v. SMALL FARMS.

EMIGRATION.-LAIGE v. SMALL FARMS.

To the Editor of the " Examiner." Sut,—Seeing a letter in your valuable paper of last week headed "Emigration.', and signed by "A Well Wisher," I have to request that you iwill allow me a small Bpac3 in which to set your readers and the writer of that letter right as to what the
August 14, 1874 - Forest of Dean Examiner - Blakeney, Gloucestershire, England
 
THE BAII'T'LE AND THE VICTORY. ADDRESS TO THE LABOURERS AMALGAMATED LEAGUE.

THE BAII'T'LE AND THE VICTORY. ADDRESS TO THE LABOURERS AMALGAMATED LEAGUE.

About the end of March there were certain s i g ns of the coming storm. The labourers were restless in North Lincolnshire and Suffolk, the farmers uneasy, but it was hoped the conciliatory actions of the league would avert a struggle. It was not to be so, for in a moment of temp
August 14, 1874 - Forest of Dean Examiner - Blakeney, Gloucestershire, England
 
BRISTOL, WEST OF ENGLAND, AND SOUTH WALES GENERAL AMALGAMATED LABOURERS' UNION.

BRISTOL, WEST OF ENGLAND, AND SOUTH WALES GENERAL AMALGAMATED LABOURERS' UNION.

We have received from Mr. J. Fox, general secretary, a copy ee' the first monthly report of this union, issued by the Executive Council. Looking over the balance Sheet we arclpleased that good work has been done within the past two mouths (for the report extends over that period
August 14, 1874 - Forest of Dean Examiner - Blakeney, Gloucestershire, England
 
GENERAL LABOUR NEWS.

GENERAL LABOUR NEWS.

The bakers of Dumfermline and Inverkeithing have demanded an increase of 2s. in their wages from next Saturday, and threaten a general strike should the demand not be complied with. It NMI hoped that the strike of Belfast millworkers might close on Monday. The mills were thrown
August 14, 1874 - Forest of Dean Examiner - Blakeney, Gloucestershire, England
 
had been payers Au the while, it was true, but they had also been receiver. As long as he had

had been payers Au the while, it was true, but they had also been receiver. As long as he had

an thing to do with the men of North Stafford he would prevent strikes sad have the men's children well-fed, wellhoused, well-clothed, and while he had always aimed at this, thy had been abls to make a better bargain with. Oat a strike than any other district had that had Ead a
August 14, 1874 - Forest of Dean Examiner - Blakeney, Gloucestershire, England
 
COMPENSATION CASE AT CANNOCK. IMPORTANT TO COLLIERS.

COMPENSATION CASE AT CANNOCK. IMPORTANT TO COLLIERS.

At the Cannock ?once Court, on Monday last, before J. C. Briscoe and B. Gilpin, Esqrs., Absalom Mattox and Edward Pee, miners, were summoned for unlawfully absenting tLemselves from the employ of the Great Wyrley Colliery Company on the let, 2nd, and 3rd inst. Mr. Glover appeare
December 25, 1874 - Forest of Dean Examiner - Blakeney, Gloucestershire, England
 
POETRY. A SONG FOE: CREISTMAS. Ye who have scorned each other, Or injured fri. ud . or brother, - In

POETRY. A SONG FOE: CREISTMAS. Ye who have scorned each other, Or injured fri. ud . or brother, - In

this fast-fading year; Ye who, n ord or deed, Have made a kind heart, bleed, Come, gather here! Let shin' I against, and sinning, Forget their strife's beginning, And join in frien&hin how; Be links no longer broken, Be sweet forgivcne-s spoken Under the Milli tough. Ye who tiny
December 25, 1874 - Forest of Dean Examiner - Blakeney, Gloucestershire, England
 
GEORGE HOWELL.

GEORGE HOWELL.

LECTURE ON RELIGIOUS EQUALITY. On Monday week a lecture was delivered in the Temperance Hall, Walsall, under the auspices of the Nonconformist Association, by the Rev. H. W. Cro , ,- key. Subject the Religious Equality," the Rev. T. /Lindley presiding. The Rev. lecturer said tha
December 25, 1874 - Forest of Dean Examiner - Blakeney, Gloucestershire, England
 
THE LOST FISHERMAN'S WIDoW.

THE LOST FISHERMAN'S WIDoW.

From Eaith Wyke, in Good Cheer, the Christmas Annual of Words.) It was not her husband. She i,ciird voices as the light came nearer, and she drew back a little in a rift ot the rock. She Este: ed with painful eLigernesa; but she discerned father's voice, and then her sister's; a
December 25, 1874 - Forest of Dean Examiner - Blakeney, Gloucestershire, England
 
PROSPECTUS. I.—The objects of this Society are to carry on Mining and Building purely on the Co-operative Principles. 2.—As capital

PROSPECTUS. I.—The objects of this Society are to carry on Mining and Building purely on the Co-operative Principles. 2.—As capital

embarked in Coal Mines is subject to such great risk, it is only fair that it should be paid for those risks, th the first instance, theretore, it is suggested that 10 per cent, be set aside for paid-up Share Capital. 3.—ln order that the Society may have stability and permanenc
December 25, 1874 - Forest of Dean Examiner - Blakeney, Gloucestershire, England