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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLO. PYMTHEG 0 DDYNION WEDI MYGU I FARW- OLAETH. O Cymerodd tyeybineb arswydna le foreul dydd. Mawrth diweddal, yns y Stonehill Colliery, oddeutu c pedair milldir o Boltuo. Mae y pwll hwn oddeutu r 300 o latheni o ddyfnder, ac Subscribers-only content

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    Lion Hotel, Banbury, on Thu-sday, the 12th October, the property of lr. G. WV. Taylor, corn merchant. Brackley. Police-con- stable Stonehill, one of the county police, indt t mepisoe Crown~~~_ Il her Jaksn -~r ltc' .. et tearit, era wearing Subscribers-only content

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    Yesterday morning a most, disastrous fire occurred at Messrs. Poscon and Lord's Stonehill Colliery, '.Woraley IRoad, Farnworth, near Bolton, by which seventeen lives were lost. The pits belonging to the firm are the most extensive in that district. The mine Subscribers-only content

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    obtaining mortality returns from all I similar institutions. C The fire which broke out on Tuesday night, at I the Stonehill Colliery, Farnwortlh, near Bolton, was still burning yesterday, notwithstanding that . many thousand tons cf water had been poured Subscribers-only content

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    Hotel, yesterdsy evening, the formal inquest on the bodies of the eighteen men and boys killed by tholpit-fire at the Stonehill Colliery, Farnworth, was opened beforo Xr. A. D. Edwards, deputy coroner for the district. Evidence as to identification having Subscribers-only content

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    on the bodies of the eighteen men and boys lklled by the'fire at the colliery of Messrs. Roscoe and Lord, Stonehill, Farnworth, nebr Bolton, was resunied yesterday,: atgridgowaterHotelbefore. Mr. Edge, the district coroner. Evidence was given as to the old Subscribers-only content

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    COLLIERY DISA'STER. The adjourned inquebt. on the bodies of the eighteon men and boys killed at bhe catastraLyhe at the Stonehill Colliery, Farnworth , on the f3rd ult., was resumed yesterday, hofore Mr. Edge, distriot coroner. Evidence was tenderedtlmat gas Subscribers-only content

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    but he also' fell into the water, and all three were drowned.,. . The inquest.on the eighteen miners killed 'at Stonehill Colliery, near Farnworth, terminated yesterday. The jury returned a verdiet to the f effect .that the explosion occurred through Subscribers-only content

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    deaths of the miners who lost thoir lives during the fire in the Stonehill Colliery, near Fcernwortii, was resumed yesterday, at tho Bridge- water Hotel, before Mr. J. 1B. iEdge o(the coronec) and Mr. Edwards (btio deputy coroner.) Mr. FH. Subscribers-only content

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    as Dean of Rochester. took p ace in Rochester Catbedral on Thursday, before a i large gathering of clergymen, ro Stonehill Collierieg, near Bollon, were closed on Thurs- (l- iday. The collieries have been warked over a century, and if Subscribers-only content

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    destructive fire broke out late on Sunday night. at the farm in the ceotopation of Mr. James F Allen, of Stonehill, near Dartrord. The horses were rescued, but a number of live stock perished in the flames. A A large Subscribers-only content

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    nearly tvenlty acres, whioh would form an admirable site for thn i nicaormil. WNORK AND WAGES. Thbree hundred colliers at Stonehill Colliery,. Fainvworthi, near Bolton, have strucl; work agaiust a, reductionl of wages. Snulttl oF'CoLLr rus.On Thursday morning 360 colliers Subscribers-only content

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    a reduction of front 15 to 20 per cent. in wages-M0 of these belong to I esrs. Roscow and Loru's Stonehill Colliery, Farowortl, and they came out on strike last week. The other 5O0 are fron tle Ashton Field Colliery, Subscribers-only content

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    in a manner befitting the position aem will hold. TnE doubt that exists as to the circuestancet under which the Stonehill Colliery was fired will possibly not be cleared up; but at present there is too much reason to fear Subscribers-only content

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    Tn1H foinmal iinquest on the bodies of the eigh teen men and boys killed by the pit fire at the Stonehill Colliery,Farnwortli, was opened last evening b-fore Mn. A. D. EDWARnDS, Deputy-Coroner for the district. Evidunce as to identification having Subscribers-only content

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    wool warehouse, which, although oppo- site the mill, took fire. A DISASTROUS fire occurred on Tuesday at MEssRS. Roscow andLoRa's Stonehill Colliery, Worsley- road, Farnworth, near Bolton, by which eighteen lives i were lost.. The pits belonging to the firm Subscribers-only content

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    subdued, and the task of rescuing the bodies be proceeded with. Writing on Wednesday, our correspondent says-The accident at the Stonehill Colliery proves to be more dis- astrous than was at first antieipated. The number of miss- ing workmen is Subscribers-only content

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    COLLIERY EXPLOSION NEAR BOLTON. TEN LIVES LOST. BOLTON, Wednesday Evveaing.-Scarcely have the in- habitants of this district recovered from the shook occa- sioned by the news of the disastrous fire at the-Stonehill Colliery, Farnworth, by which eighteen men and Subscribers-only content

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    second explosion. TuIr adjourned inquest on1 the bodies of the eighteen men and boys killed in the catastrophe at the Stonehill Colliery, ii'arnworth, on the 23rd nlt., was resumed yesterday, before Mn. EDeG, district coroner. Evidence was tendered that gas Subscribers-only content

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    tion, headed by Messrs. tosecow and lord with £260, has been commenced for the relief of the sufferers by the Stonehill accident. Eleven widows, 26 children, and an aged father and mother were dependent upon the 18 deceased men and Subscribers-only content

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