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NOTES ON PAssma ; EVENTS.

NOTES ON PAssma ; EVENTS.

We have had our attention drawn to the conduct of some mule spinners, who struck work without any previous intimation of their intention so to do, and we are asked if we can justify such action on the part of the workmen. Our reply is that we cannot justify such conduct, and don
August 9, 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
GUNAIAKER MOSCOW; OR VLADIMIR THE MONK' By SYLVANUS COBB, Jr.

GUNAIAKER MOSCOW; OR VLADIMIR THE MONK' By SYLVANUS COBB, Jr.

GUNAIAKER MOSCOW; OR VLADIMIR THE MONK' By SYLVANUS COBB, CHAPTER XI. LN ASTOUNDING AFFAIR. Half an hour had the gunrnaker sat by the side oI the sick man's bed when he was aroused from the reverie into which he had fallen by the gentle opening of the door. Ile turned and beheld
August 9, 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A quick groan escaped from Claudia's lips as the monk thus spoke; but befcre Rosalind could speak 411) door of

A quick groan escaped from Claudia's lips as the monk thus spoke; but befcre Rosalind could speak 411) door of

the apartment was opened and the Duke a Tula strode in! He stopped as he came nigh to where the company stood, and his eyes flashed and his frame trembled with passion. "How now ?" he cried, as soon as be could command speech. "What means this gathering here in my own palace? Me
August 9, 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
"GREATER SPEED SAVES TIME, AND TIME IS MONEY."

"GREATER SPEED SAVES TIME, AND TIME IS MONEY."

S P INNERS AND WEAVERS
August 9, 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
HEY WOOD.

HEY WOOD.

OF stated that at tile next half.yeariv meeting of the shareholders at this mill a proposal to rebuild the portion burned down six years ago will be submitted. THE liorsosys. The usual "wakes" holidays commenced here on Saturday, and those mills which seem to have made no specia
August 9, 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TURTON.

TURTON.

SHORT TIME AT TIM Cox weavers employed at the Cox Green Mills, belonging to Messrs. J. and T. Garnett, have been placed on short time as from the Bth Inst., at the rate of three days per week. The notice posted at the mills states that the short time will be continued for a mont
August 9, 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BARRONVFORD.

BARRONVFORD.

Hotiners.—lt is now beyond a doubt that only one firm here will stop at Nelson holidays, namely, C. Atkinson and Co., Calder Vale shed. Last week a deputation of weavers, etc., waited upon their employers for the purpose of inducing him, if possible, to let them have a full week
August 9, 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
STRIKE AND LOCK-OUT AT GIUTAT HARWOOD.

STRIKE AND LOCK-OUT AT GIUTAT HARWOOD.

It was reported that at two firms in Great Harwood the weavers gave in their notice to leave in 14 days unless the use of steam was abolished altogether, having suffered from the infusion of steam nntil they would bear it no longer. On Monday hist the committee had a consultatio
August 9, 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Strike of Weavers at Bolton.

Strike of Weavers at Bolton.

The weavers employed at the New Bagley Mills, belonging to Messrs. Henry Ashworth and Sons, Bolton, numbering over 400, are on strike in consequence of an attempt on the part of the firm to reduce wages from sto 15 per cent. The head of the firm, it appears, some time ago called
August 9, 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
HE COTTON' FACTORY TIMES has a Larger Circulation than Any Other Weekly P aper i n the North of England,

HE COTTON' FACTORY TIMES has a Larger Circulation than Any Other Weekly P aper i n the North of England,

and is therefore the BEST ADVERTISING /COMM. Gussie : " Say, Chappy, who was that individual who addwessed you so familiarly as he passed ?" Chappy : " Ah, dear boy, it pains me to tell you, but that's my governor. You know, he's so absorbed in business, and dwesses so deuced pl
August 9, 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England