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How Pit Explosions are Caused. —At the Kidsgrove Sessions, on Monday, a man named John Walker, employed at the works

How Pit Explosions are Caused. —At the Kidsgrove Sessions, on Monday, a man named John Walker, employed at the works

the North Staffordshire Company, Talke, where the disastrous explosion occurred four years ago, was sentenced to one month's imprisonment for having infringed the colliery rule which prohibits the use tobacco the pit.
11 March 1871 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE (CONTINUED . the Editor of the Maidstone Telegraph. Sir, —Will you have the kindness to insert the few following

CORRESPONDENCE (CONTINUED . the Editor of the Maidstone Telegraph. Sir, —Will you have the kindness to insert the few following

remarks from me, as chairman of the" Maidstone Trades' Council. The present crisis is a very important one in the history of Trades' Unions; and am proud to be able to state that from an interview I had, in company with Mr T. Hyland, with Sir John Lubbock and J. Whatman, Esq., T
11 March 1871 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
BRENCHLEY.

BRENCHLEY.

On Thursday evening, the 2nd inst., a grand ' vocal and instrument concert was given in the National School Room, in aid of Paris and the suffering districts throughout France. The room was well filled, usual, with the principal inhabitants the neighbourhood. The concert, conduc
11 March 1871 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. regret we could not procure a copy of the Resolutions passed at a meeting of the working

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. regret we could not procure a copy of the Resolutions passed at a meeting of the working

classes held at the Town Hall on Wednesday evening last, in time for insertion in this week's paper. Wc do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of our correspondents, but leave our columns freely open to both sides of all public auestions.
08 February 1862 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
GENERAL WINDHAM'S DEFENCE.

GENERAL WINDHAM'S DEFENCE.

It ia not rare, we believe, that suitoca in cause address judge while the suit is pending; but it is rare indeed when the judge encourages the practice by sending a courteous reply. This rule appears, however, have been broken through in the case of the Windham inquiry, where Ge
08 February 1862 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
PLANTING SEASON. BEGS to inform the inhabitants of Maidstone and its vicinitv that u NURSERY STOCK the best quality. lKetarin«

PLANTING SEASON. BEGS to inform the inhabitants of Maidstone and its vicinitv that u NURSERY STOCK the best quality. lKetarin«

S Upply , all lnds of Apples, Pears, Plums and Cherries from Is. each. Evergreen Shrubs of sorts from ed/each"* ' eaCb " NURSERY AND SEED ESTABLISHMENT 94, WEEK STREET, MAIDSTONE. FXJS.3STITXJS.Ei P 4 " " ,e "™ »»"" ««• *>y J". &C "WHITE'S NOTED CHEAP FURNITURE WAREHOUSE week: s
08 February 1862 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
HALIFAX PUBLICATIONS <Ss SOWBRBT, ARB TO BE OBTAINED OF J. LURCOCK, 2 and 41, Earl Street, MaidtUme. A CATALOGUE of

HALIFAX PUBLICATIONS <Ss SOWBRBT, ARB TO BE OBTAINED OF J. LURCOCK, 2 and 41, Earl Street, MaidtUme. A CATALOGUE of

Several "Hundred New , a»d P#pnl»r GRATIS on Application. They par j!! 0 !." ' tleir COTTAGE LIBRARV, a& unlike follow** hilllne TolUmB 5 11 oon, ,ri y °. U ~ s so , ' >s—Anna Lm n Nl tfit's Entertainment— American Receipt B.ok—Anecdotes A Prvorjr—Buktt .f Flowers and other Erer
08 February 1862 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
TMMENBE ADVANTAGES TO LARGE CONBUMBR3 of TEA—The CfTT of LONDON TEA OOMrm, M, Badnchall-street, 8.C., supply the publlo with Tom

TMMENBE ADVANTAGES TO LARGE CONBUMBR3 of TEA—The CfTT of LONDON TEA OOMrm, M, Badnchall-street, 8.C., supply the publlo with Tom

price*, delivered carriage free any part of England. No retail buslnta*. The arrangement and proflU are on the whele- Ml* ty*Um. Families the can hare sample* lent poet co aeWm fear stamps, enabling thorn to taste, compare, and Jade*. The trade will alao find it adnntageoos to s
08 February 1862 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
DR. BRIGHTS MANUAL, with descriptive . Cases, Illustrated with Drawings from Life, Metnber ol the College of Physicians. On Sper

DR. BRIGHTS MANUAL, with descriptive . Cases, Illustrated with Drawings from Life, Metnber ol the College of Physicians. On Sper

natorrhaa, of Manly Power, and consequent incapacity for Married Life; 9ontainfng foil particulars for self-cure. Price is.,' by post 14 stamps, sealed stamps. Contents: —Physical Disqualifications—Generative Incapacity—Modem Treatment of Syphilis—Stricture Blennprrhagia (Gonorr
08 February 1862 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
Metropolitan Gossip.

Metropolitan Gossip.

Br OCR OWN CORRESPONDENT. (The remarks.ruder this head are to be regarded the expression of independent opinion, from the pen o. a gentleman whom have the greatest confidence, but for which we nevertheless not hold ourselves responsible.] This week ends the recess, supplies jour
08 February 1862 - Maidstone Telegraph - Maidstone, Kent, England