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New Wigan Magistrates.

New Wigan Magistrates.

Intimation been received that the following gentlemen will be placed on the commission of the peace for the borough of Wigan :—Mr. Samuel Melling, ironfounder ; Mr. Wm. Pickard. miners' agent; Mr. John Johnson, builder; Mr. John M'Clure, draper; and Mr. W. B. Johnson, civil engi
June 19, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BURNLEY

BURNLEY

VicrosiA I . IO3PITAL.—A very interesting gathering met together in the large room of the pavilion belonging to the cricket club on Wednesday evening, the 10th instant, for the purpose of presenting medals to the successful members of various clubs who had competed for the Hospi
June 19, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ELTON AND BURY.

ELTON AND BURY.

ENT or A WEAVERS' STRIKE.—In consequence of the weavers having resumed work at Brickhoase Mill, the spinners, who have been on the funds fifteen days, have also gone back to work. Several mills in this district are only working boar days per week, and others are stopping almost
June 19, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Lord. Toiler:Lathe and his Suffolk Tenant:7.

Lord. Toiler:Lathe and his Suffolk Tenant:7.

The East Anglian, Daily Times publishes the following circular letter addressed to his tenantry by Lord Tollemache. The tenants have discussed the subject, and general approval was expressed, but no definite decision was arrived at : "You must be aware that a great uncertainty a
June 19, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Wantod. Zim for a VZoclel.

Wantod. Zim for a VZoclel.

Wantod. Zim for a A Llashily-drossod young man was standing just inside the front door of the passenger coaoh, pretending to look out of the window at the scenery. Occasionally ho walked to the rear end of the car. 110 did a great dual of attitudinising, apparently for the benoil
September 18, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Zia Honour awl Bijah.

Zia Honour awl Bijah.

" George Scott, do you recognise Ohs gravity of the situation "I don't think I do, sir. Is this tho samo gravity discovered by Sir Isaac Newton?" "Not exactly. He saw an apple fall, while tho officer here saw you after you had fallen." "Is it a crime to tall down in Detroit ?" "
July 17, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BURNLEY.

BURNLEY.

Tug Carom Tasnx.—The half-yearly reports of the various limited companies have just been issued, and with one or two exceptions they show losses ranging from £665 downwards. The Keighley Green Mill Company state that the profit on the trade account is £1,076 is. 3d., which, afte
July 17, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LITTLEBOROUGH.

LITTLEBOROUGH.

CO-OPEILiTIVE SOCIETS.--A special meeting of the members of this society, was held recently, at which there was a good attendance. The business before the meeting was to consider a report in reference to the re-valuation of the society's assets and other matters relating thereto
July 17, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
-LETTERS TO TEE EDITOR.

-LETTERS TO TEE EDITOR.

- LETTERS TO TEE EDITOR. OVERTIME IN MILLS. To the Editor or the Cotton Factory Times. sir,—l was right glad to see that " Engineer "in your last issue has brought this subject before the public, as the amount of overtime worked in some of our nulls is scandalous. We are told ove
July 17, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LEEDS.

LEEDS.

Buyers in the cloth halls are still operating liberally. The improved demand is chiefly to supply the wants of wholesale olothiers. In the warehouses there continuos a good demand for fino worsteds, fancy tweeds, Borges, venetians, and diagonals, all of which remain firm in pric
July 17, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England