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NOTES ON rASIG LVENTS.

NOTES ON rASIG LVENTS.

Meetings have been held during this week of the members who are working during the strike in connection with the Oldham Operative Cotton Spinners' and Twiners' Provincial Association, to consider what amount of levy ought to be paid weekly while the strike lasts. The members alm
July 24, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Boys, get to the Bottom of Things.

Boys, get to the Bottom of Things.

As the boy begins, so will the man end. The lad who speaks with affectation, and minces foreign tongues that he does not understand at school, will be a weak chromo in character all his life; the boy who cheats his teacher into thinking him devout at chapel will be the man who w
July 24, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Colowl lcod's Attompt to Steal the Crown.

Colowl lcod's Attompt to Steal the Crown.

One of the many memorable incidents that occurred in the reign of Charles 11. was the attempt of a certain Colonel Blood to stool the regalia from the Tower of London. Blood had been a lieutenant in the Roundhead army, and, together with sonic accomplices, some timo before his d
July 24, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
-Laugh and Grow Tat.

-Laugh and Grow Tat.

- Laugh Grow Tat. Take care of No. 1, if you don't you will have nothing to take care of. Shopkeeper: " Art pound of tea, mum. Which will you have, mum?" Female: "Black, plea., it'd for a funeral. It is said that dove-sickness retards the growth of sighs time. don't believe it, t
July 24, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Payment of Account to the "Factory Timm."

Payment of Account to the "Factory Timm."

Many questions have been asked as to the payment or accounts for the Factory Time, Inasmuch short reckonings make long friends" we shall request that payments be made every week, or good references sent, or we shall be compelled to reserve to ourselves the liberty of discontinui
July 24, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TEE WAGES DISPUTE IN MIL' OLDRAX COTTON TnADE.

TEE WAGES DISPUTE IN MIL' OLDRAX COTTON TnADE.

TEE WAGES DISPUTE OLDRAX COTTON TnADE. The wages difficulty in Oldham has culminated in a strike, by which it is estiinaded about 30,000 workpeople will be affected. In the last groat strike in the cotton trade—that which took place in North-east Lancashire at the end of 1883 and
July 24, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Is Bleaching Destructive.

Is Bleaching Destructive.

There is a vast number of people complaining about the poor return of calicoes and prints as wearing apparel; and we think it worth an effort on the part of those interested, to try and discover in what department they suffer the greatest de. terioration. After conversing with s
July 24, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
American Exportal 1794 I

American Exportal 1794 I

American Exportal I No. of Bales Years. of 300 lbs. 1794 1795 : 20,901 1796 L.... 20,3551 1797 1798 1799 1800 1801 1802 1803 1804 1805 1806 1807 1808 1809 ' 169,934 1810 .. 310,871 1811 1812 J 96,291 1813 Given by Joshua Bates, Manufactures. ,
July 24, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
no Vanity of Women.

no Vanity of Women.

Vanity of Women. With all her love of dress and finery, and her anxiety and concern for her personal appearance, woman is not vain—not vain, that is, with the vanity of a fop or coxcomb. It is true she loves, above all things, to see herself reflected in a mirror, or indeed in an
September 18, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Weave' Mootin: at Nelson.

Weave' Mootin: at Nelson.

SETTLEMENT OF TEE DISPUTE AT MR. HOLLAND'S MILL. THE STRIKES AT CHORLEY AND
September 18, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England