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------- THE NEXT STEP. LECTURE ON LABOUR ORGANISATION AT COLNE.

------- THE NEXT STEP. LECTURE ON LABOUR ORGANISATION AT COLNE.

There was a good attendance at the Weavers' Institute, Skipton-road Top, on Tue.sday evening, when Mr. F. Rogers gave hi s second lecture entitled The next step in labour organisation." Councillor White occupied the chair, and in opening the meeting said he could assure Mr. Roge
November 14, 1902 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
LAMPLIGHTERS' WAGES.

LAMPLIGHTERS' WAGES.

The Ga s Committee resolved that the lamplighters be paid Is. 6d. per day for lighting and e xtinguishing the public lamps, and that in addition they be required to work 7 hours per day from Mondays to Fridays, and 31 hours on Saturdays, at 51d. per hour. LIGHTING OF MAIN ROADS.
November 14, 1902 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
BOOK EARLY TO SECURE SEATS.

BOOK EARLY TO SECURE SEATS.

Plan ready at Messrs. LUPTON BROS., Burnley, and Mr. J. T. BRACEIVELL, Manchester Road, Nelson. TELEPHONd Messrs. Lupton—M. Mr. Bracewell-10Y2. PIANOFORTE RECITAL BY MR. PADEREWSKI. "In these days, when first.class pianists are multiplied in the land beyond all previous experien
November 14, 1902 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
L AUTUMN PLANTING.

L AUTUMN PLANTING.

FOREST TREES, FRUIT TREES, ROSE TREES, SHRUBS, ORNAMENTAL FLOWERING TREES, HARDY PERENNIAL FLOWERING PLANTS, PLANTS FOR CONSERVATORY AND TABLE DECORATION, ACRES of HARDY & HEALTHY TREES to Offer in Large or Small Quantities. INSPECTION INVITED. Testimonials received from all Par
November 14, 1902 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
THE COLNE WEAVING PATENT CASE.

THE COLNE WEAVING PATENT CASE.

At the Assize Courts, Manchester, Wedne:day, Vice-Chancillor Hall concluded the-hearing of the action in which Williwn Belt White. John Bailey, and James Morrison, of Colne, sued Paul Hey Hartley, William Hartley, and Sawyer Farralley, of the same town, for an injunction and dam
November 14, 1902 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
SPECTATOR.

SPECTATOR.

LANCASHIRE COMBINATION. Goals P. W. L D. For Ag. P. 19tancbeeerUnite4 .12... 7... 1... 4.28. .15...18 Bolton Wanierers ..12... 7... 3 . .. 2...32...20..16 Manchester City .11... 6... 2... 3...29 .16...15 Everton.. . 9... 5... 2... 2 ..23 . 10...12 Blackburn Rovers ..10... 4... 2
November 14, 1902 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
" A DISGRACE TO CIVILISATION."

" A DISGRACE TO CIVILISATION."

Dr. E. Sergeant, Medical Officer of Health for county ot Lancaster, has recently issudd his annual report on the health and sanitary condition of the county. Dealing generally, the county death-rate for the past 12 months, corresponding to 16.28 per 1000 of the population, shows
November 14, 1902 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
CHAPTER XIII. WHEREIN TOM BENNETT IS 00MMTrTED FOR TRIAL.

CHAPTER XIII. WHEREIN TOM BENNETT IS 00MMTrTED FOR TRIAL.

The next day, at ten o'clock. Tom Bennett arraigned before the local magiatracy, in the pence of a crowded court, in order for it to be made clear whether there was sufficient evidence against him to warrant his being committed to stand hie trial at the next Assiz.es. holden at
November 14, 1902 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
THE DUKE OF MANSOCL.

THE DUKE OF MANSOCL.

Everybody who reads this column hasl charge, not of a field merely, but of a town —a town which has been called the town of Mansoul. "It lieth," says John Bunyan.: "just between two worlds." Just as Germany in our day lie s between France and Russia, and as Palestine in her day
November 14, 1902 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England
 
'WILLIAM BATTY (LATE MANLEY & HARTLEY), THE LEADING HOUSE FOR FURNISHING IRONMONGERY. TABLE CUTLERY, RAZORS, SCISSORS, POCKET KNIVES, &c., &c.

'WILLIAM BATTY (LATE MANLEY & HARTLEY), THE LEADING HOUSE FOR FURNISHING IRONMONGERY. TABLE CUTLERY, RAZORS, SCISSORS, POCKET KNIVES, &c., &c.

ELECTRO-PLATED GOODS. FANCY BRASS WARE. COPPER PLANT POTS. BRASS FIRE SIDE SUITES. COAL VASES in Brass, Copper & Wood Suitable for WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS. ALSO, WE MAKE JOINERS' & ENGINEERS' TOOLS A SPECIALITY. All Warranted. SEE WINDOWS. GAS, OIL and COKE STOVES. COUNTY
November 14, 1902 - Nelson Chronicle, Colne Observer and Clitheroe Division News - Nelson, Lancashire, England