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11( orked with 3rnoon lasi a hole foi the new hole, while up as h 6 wning, and brealdass they had sed that ii rm of timfalling in.: us witness f the hole , d not hurt ; after this 9 cried tolhis assistance After this as witness le had gons .ceased rehe hole and nd he then Le pla
20 October 1866 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
t3-,IOE.ING- ON THE BRIGHTON RAIL. WAY.

t3-,IOE.ING- ON THE BRIGHTON RAIL. WAY.

t3 - ,IOE.ING- ON THE BRIGHTON RAIL. WAY. On Saturday, at the Guildcord County Bench, before . Mr. G. Best (chairman), the Hon. W. Brodrick, the Hon. F. Sptt, and Messrs. S. Matheson, D. Macdonald, J. Bradshaw, and H. L awes L ong , M r . A r th ur Benningfleld, of 32, Holford-re
20 October 1866 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
RA'YNE

RA'YNE

BROWN AND rouioN's PATENT CORN FLOUR. Packets 2d.. 4d.. and Bcl. WLRRANTE? PEUFI, , (,:fLIT PURE. RELOMIIENDF e D p . sig CHILDREN DIET. TO OBTAIN E 4 6. 1 1 . 1 4 ,PR0E1T BY THE SALE, COUN- F.RFEIT CITEAT ‘. *RE SOMETIMES OFFERED NSTEA.D OF B.ROWN" , o' TOLSON'S. ‘ 4 , ,,ijusiv
20 October 1866 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
MEETING OF PAINTERS

MEETING OF PAINTERS

- On last Tuesday evening a meeting took place at the Eastnor Castle, Union -street, Somers-town, of the house painters of the surrounding districts, to take into consideration the forming of a society for the benefit of the trade. Mr. Wright took the chair, and said he was very
20 October 1866 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
rades union, men tae an interest, in politics ? Because we are amongst the worse to manage. •We shall be

rades union, men tae an interest, in politics ? Because we are amongst the worse to manage. •We shall be

found following and supporting those advanced and • ndependent Liber -1 / 4 who believe that the broader the basis of our institutions the firmer they will stand; and *because we have a mind to 'conceive and a will to act, and'should be fonnn orepared to sufferlittle inconvenien
20 October 1866 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
CONDENSED CORRESPONDENCE.

CONDENSED CORRESPONDENCE.

SUNDERLAND REFORM MEETING.—" A Constant Reader" (South Hilton, Durham), writes complaining that the parties calling the late Reform meeting in Sunderland did not take the necessary steps to make such meeting publicly known. "On behalf of the working men in and around Sunderland,
20 October 1866 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
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20 October 1866 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
The Old Bell_lnn, York-street, York-road, Lamoeth ;

The Old Bell_lnn, York-street, York-road, Lamoeth ;

Duchess of York, Kingsland-roa4 ; Builders' Arms, Russell-street, Chelsea. Tool Improvers and Manufactory. W PRESTON AND CO., 151 and 153, TT • PENTONVILLE ROAD, LONDON, Tool Inventors and Improvers, and Manufacturers of Planes, Saws, Rules, Spirit Levels, and Tools of every des
20 October 1866 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
IFIRST DIVIDEND AND BONUS TO SHAREHOLDERS. 1 A Dividend at the rate of 6 per C en t. p er

IFIRST DIVIDEND AND BONUS TO SHAREHOLDERS. 1 A Dividend at the rate of 6 per C en t. p er

A nnum . , '4 '. A Bonus ~ 4 Dividable among Shareholding C onsumers 4 per C en t . — , equalling 2. 6d. per ton return on the coal consumed.—See , Report. THE JOINT STOCK COAL COMPANY (LIMITED). Incorporated under the "Companies' Act, 1862," by which he liability of each Shareh
20 October 1866 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England
 
FOURTH DIVISION OF PROFITS, DEC. 31, 1866. MUTUAL ASSURANCE WITHOUT MUTUAL LIABILITY PROFITS. MAY BE APPLIED SO AS TO MAKE

FOURTH DIVISION OF PROFITS, DEC. 31, 1866. MUTUAL ASSURANCE WITHOUT MUTUAL LIABILITY PROFITS. MAY BE APPLIED SO AS TO MAKE

POLICIES PAYABLE IN LIFETIME. SECOND-CLASS LIVES ASSURED ON AN IMPROVED SYSTEM. BRITISH EQUITABLE ASSURANCE COMPANY. • 4, QUEEN STREET PLACE, SOUTHWARK BRIDGE, E.C. Capital Fund—A Quarter of a Million. DIRECTORS. George Thomas Dale, Eso., Bayswater. Edmund Dunn, Esq., Waddoza. W
20 October 1866 - Bee-Hive - London, London, England