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A COLUMN FOR LAW MATTERS.

A COLUMN FOR LAW MATTERS.

Readers requiring legal assistance and advice must, in addition to a nom tie plume, furnish their real names and addresses for the private information of the Editor. DUNG INTESTATE. voTir father died without a will, letters of administration to his estate should be taken out, an
December 29, 1899 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Law Caf3o3.

Law Caf3o3.

A FURNACEMAN'S CLAIM AT BURY. At the Bury Arbitration Court, on Saturday, before Mr. R. G. Wilkinson, as arbitrator, Ms-tthew Bulger, of 27, Booth's-yard, South Back Bury, sought compensation for the loss of wages through injuries at Messrs. Lionel Smith and Co.'s, engineers, Un
December 29, 1899 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
PADIHAM.

PADIHAM.

AND DRAWERS' AIKALGAZATION.—The local secretary of the Padiham Branch has = , msn appointed one of the auditors for the above bony. Cuntsrius.—The mills, with one exception, started work Tuesday morning at the usual tune. Alma Mill stopped work on Saturday at breakfast time, and
December 29, 1899 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Railway Accident in Scotland.

Railway Accident in Scotland.

A serious accident happened on the Strathaven branch of the Caledonian Railway on Saturday afternoon near the village of Glassford. A wellfilled passenger train left Strathaven at 3 15 p.m. for Glasgow. All went well until two miles beyond Glassford, when the train ran off the l
December 29, 1899 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SIR JOSEPH BECKETT,

SIR JOSEPH BECKETT,

WEAVERS' BOSS BARONET. BY R. T. CASSON, Author of "The Belle of Martin's till," "A Mill Girl's Perils," "Under e Cloud," "A Fee:story Girl's Sacrifice," &c., &c. CHAPTER XXV. It would be almost impossible adequately to describe the joy of Selma Beckett when the telegram of Georg
December 29, 1899 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TWO RUNAWAYS.

TWO RUNAWAYS.

"I won't stand it any longer, now I'll ran away and get married—so there." And Miss Nina Vernon, who had attained the mature age of nine years, shook her curls back from her flushed face and stamped her little foot rebelliously. " Aunt Martha won't lot me do a single thing I wan
December 29, 1899 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ACCIDENTS IN MILLS.

ACCIDENTS IN MILLS.

A short time ago an operative spinner, whilst following his usual employment, had the misfortune to get a spill in his foot, which, in the course of three or four days, became to painful that he was prevented from working, and in less than a week he died from blood poisoning, th
December 29, 1899 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WALKDE,N.

WALKDE,N.

The dying year has witnessed a marked improvement over the previoas one as far as the majority of local manufacturers are concerned. Weavers and winders have been kept fairly brisk and orders have been substantial and plentiful with several employers. Important additions and ext
December 29, 1899 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
The Polite Policeman.

The Polite Policeman.

It was crowded on the avenue, and there was a constant stream of vehicles coming and going. At the crossing of two of the most congested streets stood a police officer, tall and commanding, irreproachably dressed and with an eye that compelled obedience. When the tide of travel
December 29, 1899 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
STRIKES OF WEAVERS AT BURNLEY.

STRIKES OF WEAVERS AT BURNLEY.

This week is a record for strikes in Burnley, seven or eight taking place on Wednesday. Unsatisfactory working conditions are alleged to be the cause. Most of the strikes were unauthorised, and the association will not be responsible for strike pay.
December 29, 1899 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England