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Laugh nil Grow Fat.

Laugh nil Grow Fat.

"My little boy," said a gentleman, "you ought not to eat those green apples. They are not good for little boys." " They ain't, oh 2" the little boy' replied, with his mouth full. "Goose you don't know much about 'em, mister. Three of these apples 'll keep me out of school for a
November 6, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ASBESTOS MANUFACTURERS. W. H. PLATT & Co., Stalybridge Road, ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE. MAKERS OF ALL KINDS OF ASBESTOS; CLOTH, YARN, MILLBOARD, de

ASBESTOS MANUFACTURERS. W. H. PLATT & Co., Stalybridge Road, ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE. MAKERS OF ALL KINDS OF ASBESTOS; CLOTH, YARN, MILLBOARD, de

PACKING; ALSO ALL KINDS OF SELF•LUBRICAT I NG ENGINE PACKING; TUBULAR COTTON SPINDLE BANDING; LEATHER, ReBBER, COTTON BELTING, AND ALL KINDS OF INDIA-RUBBER GOODS. MANCHESTER EXCHANGE: 10 FROM 1 TO 2 ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. HENRY LIVES EY, Limited, BLACKBURN. Practical Experien
November 6, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
– – mArmazsTrat, FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1885.

– – mArmazsTrat, FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1885.

- - FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1885. the boy's fatlicr, both were lined and the fine with the costs, amounted in the former case to ti 75., and in the latter case to 15s. 6d. Now, the spinner had nothing to do with the engagement of this boy. still the directors of the company wanted the sp
July 3, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
PRICE ONE PENNY.

PRICE ONE PENNY.

PRICE PENNY. The Alleged 7,nterfering with Minders. Copy of letter sent by the under mentioned persons to the Oldham Operative Cotton Spinners, &c., Provincial Associaf.on "Alma Mills, Oldham, June 23rd, 1885. Dear sir,—Our employer, Mr. Peter Schofield, having informed us that o
July 3, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A JOB LOT OF NERVY REF"

A JOB LOT OF NERVY REF"

A man by the name of Cobbins displayed pluck when he named his " If-Christ-Had-Not-Diedf or-Th lladst- Been - Dam no, i MC A gentle remiuder it was meant, we suppose. A daughter in this country received the name of "Julia- Dane -Augusta - Rustic- Ro Bustis Sach." very few living
July 3, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A Fireman's Story.

A Fireman's Story.

rem•••101TM The fire was in one of those narrow courts between high buildings, and there was no way of escape except by jumping into the court from the thirdstorey window. The house was was in one blaze, and half a dozen poor things were screaming with terror and crying for belt
July 3, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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July 3, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ECCLES AND PATRICROFT.

ECCLES AND PATRICROFT.

TO A WEAvEn.—About ten o'clock on Tuesday morning a young woman, named Holmes, was learning to weave at Armitage and Co.'s, Cawdor-street, Patricroft, when her got caught in the cogwheels, and the forefinger was so badly cut that it hung by a mere thread. The girl was conveyed t
July 3, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CHISWORTH.

CHISWORTH.

ACCIDENT.— OU Saturday an accident happened to a Young girl named Platt, of Charlesworth. It appears that the girl hy some means or other got her fingers into the wheels of a frame in the cardroom. She was taken in a conveyance to the surgery of Dr. Burkett, of Mottram, where he
July 3, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SERVANT,

SERVANT,

Nathan Matlock, fustian cutter, Gravethole, summoned William llowliuson for leaving his empioymeut without giving notice.—Mr. Ellidge appeared for the plaintiff, and said it was a claim brought under the Employers' Act for £1 45., damages through defendant leaving work without g
July 3, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England