Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 92,300 articles

Household. Hints.

Household. Hints.

PODDING.—A rich batter and fruit pudding can by made by the following recipe :—Chop up one pound of apples, and put them in a greased pudding basin, and sprinkle sugar over them; now make a batter of one egg, six ounces of flour, and one breakfustcupful of milk; one-half teaspoo
January 4, 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
NELSON.

NELSON.

CHRISTMAS Hotaiwrs.—Work was resumed in the mills on Wednesday, having kept only Christmas Day as holiday. New Year's Day is not observed as a holiday in this neighbourhood. ACCIDENT.—On Thursday morning week Mr. John Barritt, engine tenter at Victoria Mill, slipped and had his
January 4, 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
The Mary Sizing ann. Steaming Discussion at Buzzley.

The Mary Sizing ann. Steaming Discussion at Buzzley.

The discussion upon " Heavy Sizing and Steaming in Weaving Sheds," which had been adjourned from a previous date, was continued on Sunday evening last, in the Co-operative Hall, Burnley. Mr. Henry Hargreaves occupied the chair, anti there was a fairly good attendance. Mr. THOMAS
January 4, 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
lIOLLINWOOD.

lIOLLINWOOD.

RESUMPTION or WORE. The engines of the Albion Spinning Company commenced running again on Monday morning, after having been stopped a week, in consequence of a breakdown.
May 6, 1887 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Workmen and. their DiAcuities.

Workmen and. their DiAcuities.

Mr. B. Knowles, writing to the Labour Tribune, says :—I promised to deal with some of the difficulties closely connected with union itself, and I now proceed to the task. I cannot, of course, pretend to deal with all such difficulties, but will select those which I consider to b
May 6, 1887 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LIST OF ADVERTISING . CHARGES. LEGAL NOTICES, PROSPECTUSES, BALANCE SHEETS, PUBLIC MEETINGS, SALES BY AUCTION, TENDERS, CONTRACTS, INSURANCE NOTICES, &c.

LIST OF ADVERTISING . CHARGES. LEGAL NOTICES, PROSPECTUSES, BALANCE SHEETS, PUBLIC MEETINGS, SALES BY AUCTION, TENDERS, CONTRACTS, INSURANCE NOTICES, &c.

One Insertion, 7d. per Line, Single Column. Subsequent Insertions, 6d. per Line per Insertion Single Column. WANTEDS, TO BE LETS, ON SALES, MONEY, &c One Insertion, sd. per Line, Single Column. When prepaid, -4d. per Line per insertion, Single Column. For Advertisements SET SOLI
May 6, 1887 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CHAPTER %XXIX. REJOICINGS AT DI

CHAPTER %XXIX. REJOICINGS AT DI

DISCOPE.P.Y- WELCONE AND RECONCILIATION. A noble yet desolate place was the mansion house and grounds of Dundarra. The building, which was a handsome modern structure, was approached by a fine avenue, nearly a mile in length, straight almost as an arrow, and lined on either side
February 18, 1887 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Indian Cotton Mille.

Indian Cotton Mille.

Time. of India. (28th says of Indian cotton mill shares :—The Jarnshed Manufacturing (7ompany has just issued a very satisfactory account of the working of the company for the past half year. The mill commenced work in April, and the profits earned during the nine months ended 3
February 18, 1887 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
HUDDERSFIELD.

HUDDERSFIELD.

ACCIDENT.—On Monday afternoon, at the Hearthrng Company's Works, Brook-street, an accident occurred by which four persons received injury. There was at the works a hoist used chiefly for hoisting and lowering goods from one storey to another, but the workpeople, except the forem
February 18, 1887 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BRIT= TRADE NOTZS. -- – BRADFORD.

BRIT= TRADE NOTZS. -- – BRADFORD.

BRIT= TRADE NOTZS. -- - BRADFORD. The demand in English fleece wools is on a very limited scale. Spinners buy only to cover pressing requirements. The prices offered are generally below current quotations, but staplers hold light stocks, and fled difficulty in replacing them at p
February 18, 1887 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England