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The "Cotton Factory Titles " Weekly Report of the Cotton Trade. MAwnisrEn. Thunitlay.

The "Cotton Factory Titles " Weekly Report of the Cotton Trade. MAwnisrEn. Thunitlay.

The "Cotton Factory Titles " Weekly Report of the Cotton Trade. Thunitlay. The cotton market lies shown greater activity during the past week than circumstances of trade would seem warrant, but why this shonld have been so is difficult to see, unless it be that the war rumours ar
February 25, 1887 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Mazchester Chamber of Commerce.

Mazchester Chamber of Commerce.

The ordinary monthly board meeting of the directors of this chamber V 79.4 held on Wednesday. In the absence of the president and the vicepresident Mr. J. F. Hutton. the es-president, WO,l called to the chair. FOREIGN LITER. Communications had been received from the Foreign Offi
February 25, 1887 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CHILE.

CHILE.

SA!4TIACIO.—ConsuI Thomas writes :—There is a vast field for the employment of British capital in Chile, in the establishment of numerous industries, which would not only pay, but pay well. Chile possesses a natural motive power in its various rapid rivers, which would have been
February 25, 1887 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FOIMIC-2T TILDE :TOTES.

FOIMIC-2T TILDE :TOTES.

JAPAN. YOKO/TAMIL—We have mail advises from Yoko. hama, dated January 19. Business in yarns had increased somewhat since the beginning of the year, slight concessions having been made. Bombay 20's yarns had been quoted lower; there had been buyers of 81b. grey shirtings at the q
February 25, 1887 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
DARWE X.

DARWE X.

BREAKDOA'N.—A breakdown took place at Bowling Green Mill a little before stoppingltime on Friday evening week. The mill contains over 800 looms. °CEP:TIME Is Mrr.i.s.—At a numerously attended meeting of operative cotton spirners, held in Darwen on Thursday evening week, the qnes
April 15, 1887 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
STOCKPORT.

STOCKPORT.

STARTING PALMF.O MILLS.—Last week the engine at the new Palmer Mills, Portwood, was started for the first time and the first cotton put in hand. At present there are only about 28 or 30 hands employed, and those in the carding and blowing-rooms, but it is expected that before ma
April 15, 1887 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
HUDDERSFIELD.

HUDDERSFIELD.

FATAL ACCYDENT AT A FACTORY.-011 Thursday afternoon week, at the Weavers' Arms, Leeds-road, Huddersfield, an inquest was heldAhy Mr. Barstow, coroner, and a jury on the body of Herbert Beardsell, aged twenty-years, a single man, of Wakefieldroad, Mold Green, a hemmer, who was ki
April 15, 1887 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
HASLINGDEN.

HASLINGDEN.

NE , / BOTTSE.—Messrs. J. and T. L. Ormerod, Clough End Mill, have, during the i ps.st week, put in a new steam boiler made on the latest principle. THE FIOLHAVL—AII the mills in this district stopped on Friday and Saturday last for holidays, with the exception of two, and these
April 15, 1887 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MULHOUSE.

MULHOUSE.

A Mulhouse report on the cotton trade of that centre says that prices of piece •goods have been firmly maintained since the recent upward movement, and a further advance has been obtained for certain descriptions. The demand for yarns has fallen somewhat, but prices have remaine
April 15, 1887 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
'ETtED P'OR LIKE THOSE BELOW. STEAM BOILERS. JOHN FERNIHOUGH & SONS, VICTORIA IRONWORKS, STAL,YBRI D GE, LANCASH IRE. ESTABLISHED 1815.

'ETtED P'OR LIKE THOSE BELOW. STEAM BOILERS. JOHN FERNIHOUGH & SONS, VICTORIA IRONWORKS, STAL,YBRI D GE, LANCASH IRE. ESTABLISHED 1815.

iron (ma' Steel Boilers WELDING, FLANGING, DRILLING, BY SPECIAL MACHINERY.
April 15, 1887 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England