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What Yount; Girls Ought to Do.

What Yount; Girls Ought to Do.

What Girls Ought to Do. Do be natural; a poor diamond is better than a good imitation. Do try to be accurate, not for your own sake, but for the sake of your sex; the incapacity of the female mind for accuracy is a standard argument against the equality of the sexes. Do observe;
September 25, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
E17150,3' G 112 t; Trade in Firo EztinTnishoro.

E17150,3' G 112 t; Trade in Firo EztinTnishoro.

I was in a little liansTts town selling some goods, and made a call at the " general store," the chief business place of the village. There were lots of country mon coming and going there and standing around and talking crops and horses and politics. I noticed that a good many o
September 25, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
':-VERY l THE TRU THE Lll A TALE OF TIE

':-VERY l THE TRU THE Lll A TALE OF TIE

': - VERY l THE TRU THE A TALE OF TIE THE trswooDs VISITED BY A ST TIDINGS. We must now Watergate. Liverp, not forgotten frien their deep trials ar live in comfort and trials which surrou the sorrows abode with them toward fate of Mai. Poor Maud Ali that afternoon. T her family h
September 25, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
age when I left. But I was surprised indeed to tind ‘ Mr. Beaufort in possession of the estate." `‘

age when I left. But I was surprised indeed to tind ‘ Mr. Beaufort in possession of the estate." `‘

Why so ?" asked Mr. Linwood, mildly. He inherited it from mother; and she inherited it by my father's will, as you must know; for, of course, you would draw it out and see it executed." " That will was revoked," said the lawyer. "Revoked 1" echoed AL. Linwood. "Even so. Your fat
September 25, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
HINTS FOR HOUSEKEEPERS.

HINTS FOR HOUSEKEEPERS.

Celery may be kept indefinitely by wrapping around it a heavy brown towel wrung out of cold water. When the towel gets dry renew the water. Puddings of all kinds should be plunged into boiling water, should boil, not simmer, all the time the pudding remains in it. It is well-nig
September 25, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Blackburn-road, Hasßogdan, September, 1385. WOODLEY.

Blackburn-road, Hasßogdan, September, 1385. WOODLEY.

AcTrvnr AT APUTHOILIE MILL.—" It's an ill wind that blows nobody good." We understand that the Oldham strike has been the means of a little good during the last week or two to the hands employed at Apethorne Mill, near Woodley, worked by Mr. Benjamin Ashton, J.P., Owing to some
September 25, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
RADCLIFFE

RADCLIFFE

Tue STRIKE AT Nsw Ito. Miii..—The following appeal has been issued :—" Fellow Operatives and the Public generally: A rumour having been lirculated that the above dispute•had been settled, we, the committee, take this opportunity to deny the assertion. The following are the facts
September 25, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ROSSENDALE,

ROSSENDALE,

. „ • STA= Or TRADE.—no cotton industry i n th i s district is slightly improving, and nearly all the mills are running full time, mid with few exceptions all the looms are at work. The weavers at Hall Carr Mill, Fallbarn, are still playing for beams. Longholme Shed is doing ver
September 25, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
STALYBRIDGE

STALYBRIDGE

SOCIETY.— The report and balance sheetjor the quarter ending September 10th, says :—The total receipts for goods sold during the quarter are £15,279 7s. 7d., an average of £1,175 6s. 80. per week, being a decrease on last quarter of £1,196 ss. 5d., but an increase on the corresp
September 25, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
- I. IE3 , ELECTRIC LIGHT ENGINEER & CONTRACTOR. REFERENCES TO OVER 100 INSTALLATIONS. SOLE ran THE VICTOR Sensitive Automatic

- I. IE3 , ELECTRIC LIGHT ENGINEER & CONTRACTOR. REFERENCES TO OVER 100 INSTALLATIONS. SOLE ran THE VICTOR Sensitive Automatic

Fire Extinguisher. THE M 0.17 PERIECT 'LEE 13HLR IY THE MARKET. Awarded the Silver Medal (the Highest Award for Automatic Sprinklers) at the I. I. Exhibition, London. 1889. ARCADE CHAMBERS, ST. MARY'S GATE, MANCHESTER, AND AT 8, CRAIG'S COURT, CHARING CROSS, LONDON.
September 25, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England