Tributes to ex Workington miner who e...

Tributes to ex Workington miner who emigrated to Australia

There are 2 comments on the West Cumberland Times and Star story from May 18, 2012, titled Tributes to ex Workington miner who emigrated to Australia. In it, West Cumberland Times and Star reports that:

He started work at 16 at St Helen's Colliery, known as Siddick Pit, and continued attending the college for his mining certificates.

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“Progressive liberal politic”

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#1 May 19, 2012
Import immigrants = Economy development.

Since: Apr 11

Roma, QLD

#2 May 19, 2012
neobyzantine wrote:
Import immigrants = Economy development.
China, Japan, Indonesia, South Korea, nuff said.

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