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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Partrdgs, Esq., Abel Jones, Mlartin Bfiers, and Daniel Itiers, three Nvorkmen in the employ of Mr. Thomas Millership, of the Millpool Colliery, West Bromwich, were summoned to answer charges of neglect of service. Mr Henry Jackson ap- peared for the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    applied to the Board, and said that he was silking a pit at the east aide of the road at Millpool, and that it was requisite to put down some eighteen inch cast-iron pipes. According to the plan which he Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. 1. Spoottet, Stipendiary, Edward Sics and nine other colliers, recently in the service of Mr. Thomas Millersisip, at the Millpool Colliery, sued their late employer for as. lid. each, being the aciount of wages alleged to have been earned Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fawn (good). WBST BROMWICH. Mr. Edward Millership, aged 24, wae killed, yesterday morning, by a fall of coal in the Millpool Colliery, Hately Heath. The deceased was son of the proprietor, Mr. lhomnas Millership, An improvement has heen introduced into Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THIS DAY (Thursday), nt D 0, at the Union Inn, Union Stret-FRElEHOLD OLD- D LICENSLI INN, WHARF, and BUILDING LAND, Millpool I Hill. 441 - Y S. L3,OOR:E & SON, THIIS DAY (Thursday), B B at II. on I'rensaloe, Worerster Subscribers-only content

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