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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Is CORRESPONDENCE. ccd- to NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. tir lie All letters intended fos' nelication. must be acnancC?5 ited by shb ea a nane nd ddres o Il w lotr ssi ecc-seeriilt fer ed pblication, 'lot for' the information of Subscribers-only content

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    THE FATAL COLLERY E=LOSION AT NTEDNESFIELD. Mr. E. B. Thorneycroft (deputy coroner) yesterday held an inquest at the Gough's Arms, Portobello, in the case of Richard Fryer (29), miner, Garden Lane. The deceased was injured on the 25th ult. Subscribers-only content

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    PROSECUTIONS UNDER THE COAL BTS ACT. At theWolverbampton CountyPolice Court, yesterday, Charles Jeffcoat, manager of the Ashmore Park Colliery, W'ednesfield, wascharged with several breaches of the Coal Mines Regulation Act--l) By neglecting to send to the Mines Inspector for Subscribers-only content

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    -EO CORRESPONPENE. NOTICMS TO CORRESPONDENTS. t, er3 iatnded for publiation musut be alreompanied by rte name and oddreMs of the/ t'ritei'; not necessarily Jer plbliration, bu for the safornstion of the Editor. CPre, ondentatho set any spevial value 11pon Subscribers-only content

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    ,= i0 X : ORSPONDENCR ''.''" ' TI OCORRESPONDENTS. NO uo rpabliaton 71Mt be ewforanedb t1e eznte 4U O/ tiutr--o iaaifor :etforthn M0 of ths . P~~~ ~~ somigecoeoy euvle upon t),eir eom- ,0^w-m~ keep eopwa of tXra, s Subscribers-only content

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    DISTRESS IN THE BLACK COUNTRY. WOLVBRUTADiPTON.-There wRas a mnetinng of the Fxeou- v tive Committee at the Town Hall yesterday, tinder the presidency of the Mayor. The United Wards Committeo : sought for permission to distribute relief beyonri the Subscribers-only content

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    T. T.. NEAL, DENTIST, ,; .:jERRr STX'kE' Lun.e Prlncipa Assistant to mlr. T'. P. tM Eamiih, Colnmore Rlow, 21 Yew.. Aroiflciat Teeth msdo froll tle Sl.:llO matorial, 5l iall)liC:1 on tl1o priiiclplop gd 31h ynlsb h oo'ilrl h? 4rcc_ Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON GAZETTE. ., ' ADJUDICATIONS. s JoIse CmAn.rIs Coore, Allen Street, Sheffield, grocer and 01 beer retailer. MAT-TrrHEWzrWcrAm SwArMSToN, Russell Street, High Row, Al and Northgate, Dirlhugton, bicycle .manufacturer, t - JOBN YFATncs li.utiuSON, trading at liewl Alloy Lane, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1THE CRISIS IN THE COAL TRADE.I The impending suspendion of work by tha miners is causing a great deal of uneasiness throughout North Staffordshire, as well as in other industrial centres The determination of the Mlfncbest4 Conference to enforce Subscribers-only content

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    St^Rir, am , a T M '' k;X & on q .. ,.st~f o&X aYrea! L~im ,. a sgouth-Wess ampea and inta p4t_ dsno The PrOPCrty. IrtirlS *=W*fted -pmb orlbe-wefl-Onown nds SpriarGrovo Zs .bksam homadsb o e Bos vlle Subscribers-only content

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    liVE!RY BRQUIS1TE FORD 1.AIX aiOUBbtNG.: ANTLES. Il 1S N. COSTUMES A GD DRESSMANI CVR NBItAvi COND1ICTJW 'ro MEET TILE W'l&S5 01? AT. Sa U P tE COTROT. 0SFMEY.-To be Sold or Let, the Detached 17IJ RESIDENCE. "G:SxVsooo." Chroh Road, Subscribers-only content

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    FUMAL WAREMO1UM ig,..W - , VZU flrtQUBSmE SOR. b ADXES MOMf tNO. * .nXTE& M UINERY, COSTUMES .&24D DKW*SSXNQ5 .ONDUCIID wo MP, T molz WIMM OF All CLASSES. .~~~~20 i 8AI-S BY PEA.T aO AT. PPRTE IfRSL ~~ EB Subscribers-only content

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    THE COAL TOADE CRISIS. GEENKRAL STOPPAGE OF WORK. REPLY TO THE OWNERS' MANIFESTO. A strike, the magnitude of which has never been equalled in the history of the coal trade, was begun on Saturday. its effect will, be in Subscribers-only content

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    I - 1 r IE COAL CRISIS. MINERS' MEETINGS IN S1!T' fH WALES. It is to be feared that the result of yesterday's pro- ceedings cannot be regarded as materially advancing the matters in dispute between the coalownere and Subscribers-only content

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    THE COAL TRADE CRISIS. The fifth week of the coal srike was begun yesterday, and the end appears to be as far away as ever it was. The coalowmers meet in London to-day to receive the, resolution passed at Subscribers-only content

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    INEWS OF THE DAY. AND JOUR N AL. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1893. LOCAL WZATHBBR FORICAST.-SoUtherlJ winds, in- crcasing; fair to raniy. The House of Lords sat yesterday for a couple mi of hours to transact business of minor importance. Subscribers-only content

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    THE COAL CRISIS. POSITION IN THE POTTERIES. tb ml BETWEEN 30,00 AND 40,000 POTTERS IDLE. tghe thq The coliers' strike, which entered upon its sixth week sel yesterday, is beginning to be a serious drag upon the nl] wheels Subscribers-only content

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    ASH IMORE PARK COLLIERY EXPLOSION. The resumned enquity into the circumstances attending the death of Richard Juvuns (24), Short Heath, in the vol'erlianpton Hospital, fr(om in juries re:eised whilst elp,,din the A.ehiore Colliery, was condected 1Y 1r. (T. lt. Subscribers-only content

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    LOCAL LAW CASES. F RRsAS v. HEmING.-In the Queen's Bench, yester- day, before Mir. Justice Bigham and Mr. Justice Phillimore, application was made to set aside an award in reference of the action Freeman r'. Heming. from Birmingham Assizes. Subscribers-only content

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    COSTS OF OPPOSING A RAILWAY ICOMPANY. On Thursday-before Mr. Justice Channell and Air. Justice Buclinill, sitting as a Divisional Court in the Queen's Benrh Division-the three cases of the London aud North-Western Railway Company v. The Holly Bank Colliery Subscribers-only content

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