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June 28, 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
AND VIZ LOOM.

AND VIZ LOOM.

OLDHAM. ME. JAMES CocKEn.—We understand that Mr. Cooker, whose letters on Cotton Spinning in Lancaahire and Bombay will be remembered by our readers, has accepted an engagement to start the first cotton mill in China. He will leave this country in the course of a few weeks. THE
June 28, 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
DARIVEN.

DARIVEN.

MILL COMPLETIONS.—The erection of the Provident Mill, in the Cotton district, is now approaching completion. The engine, which has been , erected, is of the horizontal type. The lodge is also cut oat and is ready for paddling. The shed. which has to hold 270 looms is now ready,
June 28, 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Yrivate.

Yrivate.

- Oldham Master Cotton Spinners', tte. June 11,1889. 'this June 11, Mr. Andrew met Mr. Silk, and they mutually agreed to the following, subject to the approval of the Employers Committee :—let. As regards the 1887 basis being taken as the foundation of the new wages lit, this ma
June 28, 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TEE COTTON FACTORY

TEE COTTON FACTORY

as the statement of Mr. Watson is concerned about being in operation in most modern mills, it should be known that only one mill has been built in Blackburn for the last twelve years, i.e., spinning mill, and that Mr. Watson, the employers' secretary, has never for the last thre
June 28, 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MR. SILK'S REPLY TO MR. ANDREW.

MR. SILK'S REPLY TO MR. ANDREW.

Sir,—When I ventured to write you last week anent a communication which appeared in your first edition, I did so in the hope that the public would learn what a " somewhat authoritative statement" meant, and where it emanated from. If the position taken up by the operatives was a
June 28, 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
1889.

1889.

June 28, 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
that if a Weaver went there he should "shop" her looms. Plaintiff also asked for looms for his wife and

that if a Weaver went there he should "shop" her looms. Plaintiff also asked for looms for his wife and

family. Witness had no other looms stopped but those four. Wilson had not gone back for regular employment even yet.—John Cooper, manager for the defendants, said plaintiff went to him for the remainder of his wages, but he was told that the pay-day was Thursday.—His Honour said
June 28, 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
STALYBRIDGE.

STALYBRIDGE.

EASTER HOLIDAYS.—The whole of the mills in this district stopped on Thursday night week for the holidays until Monday morning. It is stated that one or two attempts were made at certain mills to induce the workpeople to work on the Saturday, but proved futile. THE or A PROIUSE.—
April 26, 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
NOTES AND QUERIES. (Questions and answers intended for insertion in this column should arrive not later than Wed. nesday morning.] QUESTIONS.

NOTES AND QUERIES. (Questions and answers intended for insertion in this column should arrive not later than Wed. nesday morning.] QUESTIONS.

" G." writes:—Can any of your readers give me the cost of warping and slashing for a certain weight of yarn, wages only? " If. W." writes : Would any reader kindly inform me how to work out, in full, the capacity of a card? ANSWERS. John Lee writes :—I beg to submit the followin
April 26, 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England