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[The article recounts how the pigs were recovered] Now comes the saddest part of the tale, for in the fall the poor fellows deal legs were broken, but thanks to the skill of Doctor Johnson, mine host of the Green Man Inn, both the fractures were speedily reduced, and strange as it may seem, he was able to use them again the next day, as if nothing had happened.Daily Ipswich Journal: May 3rd 1887 TAILORESSS STRIKE - A very unexpected strike took place last week with some of the tailoresses of the town. Smith & Sons agent from Chevington have attended here and given out coat wor" for some time past.The agent appeared much annoyed at such an unexpected result, but the conduct of the women has by many been generally approved and commended.Suffolk & Essex Free Press: March 25th 1885 The ladies of Clare made their stand three years before the famous Matchgirls strike against White slavery in London.
Erastus had been to Stowmarket and called at the Green Man Inn at Mendlesham on his way home, to refresh the inner man.On the last occasion he brought some coats, full size, to be made at 3d each.The women indignantly refused to work at such a price, especially as most of them would have to pay 1d per garment for working the button holes.The suggestion here is that by 1898, interest was waning.LIFEBOAT SATURDAY At the annual street collection in Ipswich, a total of 2-6-10 was collected in copper, 15-19-3 was collected in silver, but there was not a single gold coin collected, although there were an Indian half penny, one quarter anna, two French half-pennies and twenty four farthings. 23rd 1898 Machines now were being manufactured to do all kinds of jobs.
A sketch of him with his dog and his cat also accompanied an rticle in The Strand.