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THE SHROPSHIRE MINERS DISPUTE.

THE SHROPSHIRE MINERS DISPUTE.

To Editor of the " Examiner." wish to explain, through the columns of your paper, the true nature of the grievance of the Shropshire miners, who are locked out by their employers. We have offered all reasonable means in our power to bring about a settlement of the dispute. In th
September 20, 1873 - Tamworth Miners' Examiner and Working Men's Journal - Tamworth, Staffordshire, England
 
ADVERTISE! ADVERTISE!! ADVERTISE!! ! EXAMINER

ADVERTISE! ADVERTISE!! ADVERTISE!! ! EXAMINER

Has a large WEEKLY CIRCULATION In all the Towne and Villages in this district and adjacent districts, being the Official Organ of the Miners' Association of the locality, which numbers Four Thousand members. It is also the organ of all the other organised Trades Societies. No pa
October 11, 1873 - Tamworth Miners' Examiner and Working Men's Journal - Tamworth, Staffordshire, England
 
.4 NEWS OF THE WEEK.

.4 NEWS OF THE WEEK.

NEWS OF THE WEEK. demenleti' ...netive broke on Friday in tide mill, near Rawtenstal!. and it was got under damage to the amount of waa done. The min is the property of J. K. Ashwortla tiad Co. One of the groasest of as.ult by a on In child has been brought l.aforo the London pel
September 13, 1873 - Tamworth Miners' Examiner and Working Men's Journal - Tamworth, Staffordshire, England
 
GENERAL LABOUR NEWS.

GENERAL LABOUR NEWS.

The strike of the stevedores at the East India Dock has resulted in a victory for the men. EARLY CLoando-d—A National Congress of Early Closing Associations, and a subsequent public demonstration, are to be shortly held in Manchester, under the auspices of the National Early Clo
September 13, 1873 - Tamworth Miners' Examiner and Working Men's Journal - Tamworth, Staffordshire, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

W. do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents ; aod beg to intimate that letter., pernoralites will not be inserted. THE CANNOCK CHASE MINERS. To the Editor of the " E xaminer." have read two letters which appeared in your last ii.sue, one
September 13, 1873 - Tamworth Miners' Examiner and Working Men's Journal - Tamworth, Staffordshire, England
 
TH2 BROOI-ALL•DIT2IIHR UND2/1 MIN.

TH2 BROOI-ALL•DIT2IIHR UND2/1 MIN.

Mr. William Williams said he was requested to ask the meeting to instruct the agent to attend at this colliery with a view to obtain some improved wages for the under men. At present they were 9 , 1. a day only, and the men aggrieved wished the agent to meet the butty men and da
November 1, 1873 - Tamworth Miners' Examiner and Working Men's Journal - Tamworth, Staffordshire, England
 
THE EXAMINER SiTURDAN, NOVEMBER 1, 1873.

THE EXAMINER SiTURDAN, NOVEMBER 1, 1873.

Another well-knoivn man. Vine-Admiral Sir Robert 31'Clure, haa passed away. The funeral, which took place on Saturday at Round Green Cemetery, attended by many living representative, of the Acetic enterprise. The prospects of nltiniate between the Church of England and Nonconfor
November 1, 1873 - Tamworth Miners' Examiner and Working Men's Journal - Tamworth, Staffordshire, England
 
ADVERTISE! ADVERTISE!! ADVERTISE!!! THE EXAMINER

ADVERTISE! ADVERTISE!! ADVERTISE!!! THE EXAMINER

a large WEEKLY CIRCULATION In all the Towns and Villages in this MI adjacent districts, being the Official Organ of ths Miners' Association of the locality. It is als ths organ of all the other organised Trades Bociethe No paper that circulates in the neighbourhoNl therefore, so
November 1, 1873 - Tamworth Miners' Examiner and Working Men's Journal - Tamworth, Staffordshire, England
 
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November 1, 1873 - Tamworth Miners' Examiner and Working Men's Journal - Tamworth, Staffordshire, England
 
GENERAL LABOUR NEWS.

GENERAL LABOUR NEWS.

RENDERING BOOTS WATERMLOOF.—BoiI One quart of linseed oil with half a pound of Venice turpentine, with which paint the leather frequently while warm, but not hot, till it will absorb no more. Afterwards apply any kind of blacking. SEIZURE OF. THE MURILLO. — The Murillo, the vess
September 27, 1873 - Tamworth Miners' Examiner and Working Men's Journal - Tamworth, Staffordshire, England