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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Midland Railway, in the Peak Forest Tunnel. At the inquest on Thursday upon the body of the child killed, the Jury found a verdict of accidental death, and that the signal- man at the Peak Forest end of the tunnel, Subscribers-only content

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    12, 13roughton; Friday, 14, tUobowen; Saturtlay, "S, Whitllhurcb. B3UNTONe AND PEAK FOREST |lARRIusen (at 12). -Sa'uf-L November 8, Toad's Birlge ; Thursday, 10, Ox!ow hfo3ue; Sass day, 15, Peak Forest Village. Dovr,t VA-.fEXY H&iRtmvjs (at I .30)-Tls dayNevete 0 Waterhouses; Subscribers-only content

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    WwoS-06t' U6c tO 28-Sttslewlyfaliag 48-j 52-6 4z,2 S to 81ý0-0601 22128'785 rising 47,&150-3:42-1 S1 540050. 0_2_5 The Buxton and Peak Forest Harriers met on Satur- day at the Crescent, Buxton, this being the opening of the season. The finances were Subscribers-only content

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    in course of construction, on the south partly by thle stream called thle Black Brook, aril paiatly by tire Peak Forest Tamiway, anid err tire north-west by thot road leadingli from liriarley Green to Bugoswortir; albe certain lando sad houses Subscribers-only content

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    o'clock a rather heavy cattle train passed through New Mllus Station, drawn by two ongines. It had reached the Peak Forest tunnel, near Chapel-ean-l- Fith, in safety, when it came into collision with a ballast trin that was unloading there. Subscribers-only content

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    on the Midland 11ailius near Matlock, is now clearly disclosed. FV dIte canldid admission of the signalman at thoe Peak Forest end of the tutinel, we learn that the ocllisicr t was attributable simply to his ixaoxperience lt Ole vork Subscribers-only content

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    asumaryof that given at both inqueiat, William Townosed, l~bs first witness called, said: I I ant. station master at Peak Forest, on the line of the Midland Railway. Cu Monday last, being in charge of the station, I left the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it was £3,500. A peititioi lies been presen ted to the Duke of Devonshire by the tenants on his Peak Forest estates asking for a reduc-f tion in their rents. The Douse lies replied that their rents lied not beeii Subscribers-only content

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    Mr. R. I-T. Hyde, jun., o the firm of R. IL Hyde and Sons, of Chapel-eit-le-Frith, were driving through Peak Forest to r Tidesewl, in a dogeart, the horse took fright, overturned I thm trap, and pitched the occupants into Subscribers-only content

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    27, Westveood Park, WVYY;N's, Sta W. W'. (at 10.307.-Wednesday, Neemetre: Bettesfield; Thursday, 26, Hardwvicke: Saturda, 28, Aldertle,' BUXTON AND PEAK FOREST HAsRRERS (at l2).-TlhuSdi. November 26, Bull Pit Plantation : Saturday, 28, Dare Haoles. Hhrsru PEAR HiARRIES (at 12).-This day, Subscribers-only content

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    marember of his race admslted W55r5 ,lCalifornia bar. Mr. Ashlwell, manager to tlcm Great Rtocks ilass -1n Stoee Company, Peak Forest, has been serisesly lisiste while experimenting with a new explosive, It is feard i:e will lose his sight. The Subscribers-only content

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    Stafford. Banc&ars-Cock and E-en, any ass;. 1st and 2nd, Sir A. 'E. Wragg, Edensor, Baikewetl;l n Mr J. Bradley, Peak Forest, Derbyshire. WnsenoTTna-COckerel let, Mr T2. C. Heath ; 2nd, Mr A.B. Wragg - 3rd, Mr W, C. Furnees, Chesterflald.-Pullet: Subscribers-only content

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    the relying permanen way and ballast depart- ments on the Mridlad Railway, Manchester and London main line, representing the Peak Forest. and Ambergate division, 'struck work for l increase of 2s. per week-from 16e. to 18s. A number of the Subscribers-only content

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    J. B. Gaskell, and Frank Gaskell, trading as Gaskell, Deacon, and Co., at Widnes and Ditton, Lancashire, and at Peak Forest, Derbyshire, alkali and chemical manufaturers.-Richard T. Haynes and John Bromley, trading as Haynes and Bromley, at Wellington, Salop, agriclturah-mplemefltmanuf*cturer Subscribers-only content

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    sman Burros-Yesterday morn- ing, Thomas Smith,- a quarry-ran, in the employ of the Great Rocks - Lime Company, at Peak Forest, near, Buxton, was 'fizine, a shot to blast the, rtec when the guodgx exploded and he was shot dead. Subscribers-only content

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    month. The mangled remains of the Rev. J. Eay; of Black- pool, were discovered by some workmen in the Peak Forest railway tunnel on Monday. An express train from Stockport had a few minutes before passed through the tunnel. I Subscribers-only content

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    was held at Peak Forest yesterday on the body of the Rev. A. lB. CAEF, Unitarian minister, formerly of Blackpool. On Monday the, deceased, who was travelling from Meanchester to i Matlock, was killed in Peak Forest tunnel by falling Subscribers-only content

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    te well-known Businesses carried on by Mr. Heory Mielsom, as' " The Asphaltic Limestone Concrete Company," in.Bir- miiigham, Shrenvsblry, Peak Forest, and Heills as Asphalto Con- tractors: and that of Mr. Charies William Bradishaw. tradin~g as 11Bradshaw and Oo.," at Subscribers-only content

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    ~.the businesses carried on by Mr. Henry Mielnin, as i '"h Asphraltic Limestone Concrete Company," in le Birmingham, Shrewsbury, Peak Forest, and Mlells, as *asphalt ciontractors; and that of Mr. Charles William *Brdtiiaw trdi- as 'Bradshaw anti Co.,", at 52, Subscribers-only content

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    from, Liverpool, an Ifi"n the inlar d Counties by tihe Staf-! f'ordshiire; saml Osthof Bridgewatera'snCanals, also. from. York~lfire Derlbyshire, Peak Forest, Astton,- Hud- dersheid and ltocldle. Tuic 'nbove Mills srs'nowv in fill Wttrk, 4nn i* conplete Repaiir, contairing on excclIent Subscribers-only content

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