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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    favour of a strike, and that the western collieries will 0i be largely in favour of remaininv at wectk As Tursdale ti Colliery the men have refused to vote because of the ri action of the Federation in expelling the Subscribers-only content

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    But- cireer Race, Fersyhill, Cornforthi, Thiniford, Garnmonswav, Othrerwise Garrsorlsway Moor, lwhich Iluit mentioned Place is extra 5'lroelral) BsipMdihrIliooti hih iriglon, 'Tursdale, Kirl: Mrerrington, Chiltoms, Great Cliilton, Little Chiltoni, Brasdburyl, Bradbury with the Isle, I erden, IMorderm Carts, Woodhiarn, NUonstainton, Copell-w, Subscribers-only content

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    1-bt, Butcbeer Rare, IFerrylcill, Cornfoieth, T1hinford, Gecricuicway, otheerwise Garmocswsay Mloor lulhicle last maecntioned P'lace Is extrcc-Pairochial), Bisihop tiddlehenm, minclsafortic, Thrislington, Tursdale, Kirk Nelrrington, Chiliten, Great Olailtocc, Little Chilton, Bradbssry, Blrrd- beuty willc the tsle, Msordon, Mtordon Carrs, Woodhamn, Nuiistaiceten, Copeelav,, Subscribers-only content

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    is made, are extensively manufactured at Raisley Hill and Leasingthoruse. The colo ovens at East Hettois, Thrislingtou, R aist Howle, Tursdale, Trimsdou Grange, and Windleotote are working en tn average eleven days per fortnight. The same remark applies to all Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    will have to leave at the end of the fortnight, DIFFIOULTnEs AT DURHAM COLLIER1ES.- Shildon Lodge Colliery, in South Durham,,and Tursdale Caoliery, in the- Ferryhill district, at each of which between 200 and n00 workmen have been employed, were idle Subscribers-only content

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    p.m. goods trainfrom Newcastle to the south on Monday was delayed several hours by the storm. This train, whilst nearing Tursdale Colliery, plunged into a drift of such dimeusions that the eouplense could; not bear the strain, the result being Subscribers-only content

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    is 5 shown in the shape of sections of the Busty and Brook- coI well seams from South Brancepeth and Tursdale ,201- lierieq, weighing together 37j owt., this being the qusa- I a tity of raw fuel required for the Subscribers-only content

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    the colLiery officials shouldL have police protec. tion. It was reported about mid-day that serious rioting, was taking place at Tursdale Colliery, near Ferryhill, and diafLS of police were sent there both from Darlington and Derham. Up to the tsme Subscribers-only content

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    End South Eelloe, 16s. 3d. ; Walls End Thorpe, l5s. (3d.; Walls End Trim- don Thordley, 14s. 3d.; Wells End Tursdale, 13s., Walls End Whitworth, 14s. (d.; Bover's Best House, 14s.; Cow- pen Hartley, 15s. 6d.-ShiiPs at market, 182; sold, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    17s,; Walls End Tunstall, 15s., Walls End Hertlepool, 16s. 6d. ; Walls End K~eline, 16s Gd.; Wals End Thorpe, 15s..; Wals End Tursdale, 12s., Car6ay and Duffrys Anthracite, 21s. Gd.; Cerway and tryn Maltiog, 24s.-Sbips at market, 27; sold, 23. Subscribers-only content

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    End South Whitworth, 14s. ; Walls End Trimdon Hartlepool, 16s. ; Walls End Trimdon I Thornley, 13s. 6d.; Walls End Tursdale, 123; Walls End I Whitworth, 14s.-Ships at market, 39; sold, 25. PROOV'NOIAL SHARE MARKETS. | IvEaPooL, MaoH 26.-Sales to-day Subscribers-only content

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    the masters, and pledging the meetinz to support the men pecuniarily and morally, wa.* unani- mously carried. On Tuesday the Tursdale Browney Bank Collieries were stopped, and 1300 men thrown idle. The ooal from these collieries went to feed the Subscribers-only content

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    the death of Thomas S;ewait, a miner, 27 years of age. The deceased, along with other hewere, was employed at Tursdale Colliery, and on the l&tfc inst. he was engaged at the pit, and in conjunction with the deputy-overman ai.d Subscribers-only content

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    Society. - Tbe next annual show of this Society, wbich is confined to workmen employed on Messrs Bell Brothers' Browney, Tursdale, and Page Bank collieries, has been fixed to take place at Page Bank on Saturday, August 25th. A considerable Subscribers-only content

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    develop- ment of the minerals ol Durham and Cleveland. At their Clarence Ironworks on tlie Tee-, at their eoliierie-s at Tursdale, Browney, and i'age Banks, in Durham, and at their mines and quarries in Cleveland and Weardale the firm employ Subscribers-only content

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    J3l, High-street, Redcar, or the Bank, Stockton-on-Tees. 2 HOUSEKEEPER Wanted (country preferrTd) by working man about 40 years. Ed. Reed, Tursdale Colliery, West Cornforth. 2 JADIES Ree-uirinir Servants and Servants Ree|Uiring A sit ua lions apply Miss Fawell, A lbatsy Subscribers-only content

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    to pay <js per week and costs. Mr J. Wilson, M.P., on Parish Councils.- A mass meeting, organised by the Tursdale Branch of the Durham Mining Federation Board, was held on Saturday, Mr Ueorge v.ariigan, Cox-hoe, presiding- Mr T. Taylorsen Subscribers-only content

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    noises in my ears now; six weeks' treatment bas effected the cure.- Yours truly JOSEPH LOCKWOOD. "QEAFNESS CURED. T\EAFNESS CURED. Tursdale Colliery, near Ferryhill, Durham. Mr Wm. Hoilgson writ- May lfctb, 18t)5 :- Mr Ison, Leeds. Dear Sir,- l am Subscribers-only content

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    my ears now- six weeks' U-eatmenl has effected the cure.- Yours truly ' JOSEPH LOCKWOOD. "■QEAFNESS CURED. I \EAFNESS CURED. Tursdale Colliery, near Ferrj hill, Durham, Mr Win. Hodgson writes May Uth, 18d5 :- Mr Ison, Lteds. Dear Sir,- I Subscribers-only content

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    (Tudhoe). M Andernon (Croxdale), J Davis (Pige Bank), R rUltou (Craghead), R Peele (Langlej Park), E Hall (BrownevX R Carr (Tursdale.) The t'olts' match wickets will be pitched at 10.30, and any players desiring to take port must notify Mr Subscribers-only content

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