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    hleave their works turs in fourteen (lays, should the masters stillreftsie to concede Mot the fifteen !)sr cent. advance, At Aldwarke Alain Car- shin house QollierIes 1,600 men have sent in nttimee demanding mad fifteen per cent. advance. ' ' Subscribers-only content

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    acnd when extricated, an hour later, was found dead. The to gno fellow's baris and logs wore broken. At the Aldwarke 6nColliery a trammer, was jammed between corvecs en1 the same day, and sustained severe injuries. . en The National Subscribers-only content

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    busines done with Hull is active and steady. Last month six of the largest collieries in South Yorkshire-viz., Denab- Manvers, Aldwarke, Carlton, Wharncliffe, Silkstou , and Iilseca-forwarded 45.048tons, against45,486torns in the corresponding month of 1888, the increase only being 562 Subscribers-only content

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    Hilos PEAK HkAanmase, at Twelre.-Saturday, Jan. 23. at Elton; Tuesday, Jan. 20, at Parsley Hay Wharf; Saturday, Jan. 10, at Aldwarke. TUNSTALL. PoLrcE CouaT,-At the Police Court, yesterday) eight boys the eldest not more than thirteen years old, were charged Subscribers-only content

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    Pvxsc snrrens, at Toreiao.-This day, Jan. At at Elton; Tausday, Jan. 2U, at Parlely Ray Wharl; SatUlrds, Jan, 20, at Aldwarke. MARAVILLA 0OCOA_-A SUCEaSS UNPRRIflDESTPD.- See the following extract from the Globe, of Mar 14, 1868:- " Various Importers and Subscribers-only content

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    20, at -llnton Cross. The fiers1 PEAtx BARnRIMsn, at Tsaelve.-Tuesday, Jan. 26, at Parsley B]ay Vharef; Saturday, Jan. 30, at Aldwarke. To ensure Horniman's tea reching the Consumer uniformly good in qsuality, It 13 securecl in psackets; the publIc illsd Subscribers-only content

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    at Hinton Cross. The You PlASt H.aitnrErs at itelwet.-This day, Jan. 28, at Pareley Hay Wharf; Saturday, Jan. I0, at Aldwarke. CLERKilSHsIP TO TICE BOARD OF GUARDIANs.-At the meeting of the Guardians of the Poor of Birminghama, to- mnorrow (Wedneda) Subscribers-only content

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    HaamrRSIS, at a quarter- past Eleven.-Friday, Jan. 20, at Hinton Cross. Tire Hioui PEAKr IUnrIEgS, at Tivelee.-SFaturday, Jan. o1,. at Aldwarke. BA YEN IVITCY A.PFOImNTMHJfNTS. WEDNESI)AY, JkNUA ndY 27. tB, Loan, Hirorittoliat, jerrelier. ad. l~ast l eu. and dIe. 11 Subscribers-only content

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    patients. A very serious colliery accident; though happily i i. attended by loss of life, occurred on Weduesday a: tie Aldwarke Main Colliery, near to R1otherhais, Ihe drawing apparatus at the pit mouth is worke, hcy a powerful engine, fed Subscribers-only content

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    past Eleven-Thie day, Jan, 29, at Hinten Cross. The Hion PEAK HARrIBEs, at Pwadve. - Batur- day, Jan. 30, at Aldwarke; Tnesday, Feb. 2, at Chalinorton Tlorn ; S1turday, Feb. 6, at Pike Hail. The steamer City of Buenos Ayres Subscribers-only content

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    Saturday, arch 19, at LeeIthorpa. The boG PEAK HAirtrjE;}S at Twelve.-Tuesday, March 16, St Siroldon ; Saturday, jMarch 39, at Aldwarke. TESE Doc1 o ! Tuim D°Tl I I t PRIRE T. I WBFE an abUBNEV tasrNuy I- M-Nr John Subscribers-only content

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    Tseeivc.-This day, Marcrb 17, at Slaweton,; Saturday, March 10, at Leestborpe. The Hioo. PYAK ffiursmnse, at 2Pwelvee-Saturday,. March 10, at Aldwarke, A SPARROW SHOOTING MATCH, for a handsome Pig, will come off at the Woodmsan Inn, Metcbley Lane, Hgarborne, on Subscribers-only content

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    An explosion, by which eight lives, it is feared, have been lost, took place oarly yesterday morn- ing at the Aldwarke Main Colliery, near Rother- ham, the property of Jonis BROwN and Co. (Limited), Sheffield. Fotiunately the explosion was confined Subscribers-only content

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    in a few days, for the illegality of the distraint in April last. A deputation from the nicuibers of the Aldwarke Mlain Lodge of the South Yorkshire Miiner, Association having inspectedi the Aldwaske Mtain, in which the recent fatal explosion Subscribers-only content

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    at Shalle- iolklers' meotinas, was rejoected. The inii~jest oil the bodies of thel seven men 1who wero killed by the Aldwarke. Colliery explosi-in, near iotlherhani, terviriated yesterday ill a ver- dictof "'Accident.l dleath," With a recommencla- tion tllfth a l]arger Subscribers-only content

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    THE PA'RKGATE COLLIFRY ACCIDENTT The inquest on the bodies of the seven mes killed by the explosion of gas at Aldwarke Main Colliery, Kother- hamr, on the 5th instant, took plaec yesterday, at Park. gate. Iv the coucme of tho Subscribers-only content

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    Assoeciation says-Our Sheffield correspondent I telegraphs: " There is no truth in the alarming rumour that an explosion occurred at Aldwarke Main Colliery, belonging to Irlessrs. John Brown aid Co., Sheffield; or that the Round Wool Colliery has failed," At Subscribers-only content

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    morning a man named A Dawos, of Rawmarsl, was going across the Midland Rail- wav towards his work at the Aldwarke Main coke ovens. whkel he was knocked down by a passing train. His head was cut off, as was Subscribers-only content

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    six feet per second ; and if lhe asks me for proof of this I would refer him to the& Aldwarke Mlain Collieries ex- perimcnts, ini which the Davy ignited the gas at six feet per secouid-that is, the fiame Subscribers-only content

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    were in progress, annd at a later period, the Midland Institute of Mining Engineers were carrying on other experiments at Aldwarke Main Colliery under the direction of Mr. C. C. Rhode, mining engineer to Jno. Brown andCo. (Limited), Sheflield. Now, Subscribers-only content

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