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DUDLEY GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. MISTING AT lIIIIDONOSTM.

DUDLEY GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. MISTING AT lIIIIDONOSTM.

last meeting of the Dudley Geologieal Society for the was held at Linlry, Bridgnorth, on Wednesday last, when the following paper w 43 read by Mr J. Randall, , on " the northerly extenaion of the Col red sandatone to Linley, and other geological features of the neigh4ourhood , .
September 20, 1873 - Tamworth Miners' Examiner and Working Men's Journal - Tamworth, Staffordshire, England
 
No. 91 —ESTABLISHED 1873.) FOREIGN MISCELLANY. There have been heavy, extensive, and beneficial rainfalls which have extinguished the forest fires

No. 91 —ESTABLISHED 1873.) FOREIGN MISCELLANY. There have been heavy, extensive, and beneficial rainfalls which have extinguished the forest fires

in Pennsylvania. The Roman correspondent of the Standard ss ,ys:—l have reason to believe that the Pope is seriously ill. It is stated that he gave an audience on Tuesday, but I doubt it. The Republican State Convention of Pennsylygni, will re-nominate Mr. Hartnanft, and will pr
May 29, 1875 - Tamworth Miners' Examiner and Working Men's Journal - Tamworth, Staffordshire, England
 
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS.

LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS.

CoTIIIII OF A WHALE IN THE &EVER/I.—OH g on day a whale 27 feet in length, and twotons 11 oal. in weight, was cau4ht in the Severn, at p en ny, near Lydney, by fishermen. The whale first seen near Sharpness, returning down the Severn, and was pursued to the Pew, where pesstge wa
September 18, 1875 - Tamworth Miners' Examiner and Working Men's Journal - Tamworth, Staffordshire, England
 
Zdhranuniit (fxantiner

Zdhranuniit (fxantiner

(fxantiner Registered at the General Poet Office as a Newspaper. No. 86 —ZSTABLISIIIIID 1874.) R. OLIVER'S MAID. hers. Every yard traversed seems to increase this unaccountable seuse of rest. Arrived at Dr. Oliver's, at the precise hour named, she is admitted by Mrs. Tweektea, th
April 10, 1875 - Tamworth Miners' Examiner and Working Men's Journal - Tamworth, Staffordshire, England
 
---- – IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

---- – IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

- IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE LORDS.—MONDAY. The business trammeled was of an unimportant diameter. TUESDAY- The. Bishopric of St. Albans Bill, the object of which is to create a new See of St. Albans, read a second time. The Metallifetolis Bill passed the second reading. The dene
June 19, 1875 - Tamworth Miners' Examiner and Working Men's Journal - Tamworth, Staffordshire, England
 
THE GRANOE PITS.

THE GRANOE PITS.

To the Editor. Sir,—Plea.se to allow me to make a few remarks on the above pits through your valuable paper. These pits are worked with safety lamps for the security of men's lives. Now the Swaithemain Colliery explosion is supposed to have occurred through the firing of a shot.
December 18, 1875 - Tamworth Miners' Examiner and Working Men's Journal - Tamworth, Staffordshire, England
 
Registered. at the General Post Office as a Newspaper.

Registered. at the General Post Office as a Newspaper.

September 18, 1875 - Tamworth Miners' Examiner and Working Men's Journal - Tamworth, Staffordshire, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

We do not bold ourselves responsible for the opinions of writers cuter this head. offer a free field to all; but persocaltties will be strictly suppressed. All corree. must furnish their real name address, not seeessirily for publication, but as a guarantee of good Lath.
December 18, 1875 - Tamworth Miners' Examiner and Working Men's Journal - Tamworth, Staffordshire, England
 
lir Zantniorith 'xattlittri

lir Zantniorith 'xattlittri

94 1873.) Registered at the General Post Office as a Newspaper. ported the Bill with much vigourandearnestness, andlfrom his experience of criminal practice he asserted that the circuit of a "flogging judge" • brought about a per,eptible decrease of crimes td violence, and eke v
June 19, 1875 - Tamworth Miners' Examiner and Working Men's Journal - Tamworth, Staffordshire, England
 
NU 1(0.-ESTABLI8HED 1574.)

NU 1(0.-ESTABLI8HED 1574.)

October 2, 1875 - Tamworth Miners' Examiner and Working Men's Journal - Tamworth, Staffordshire, England