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YORKSHIRE NOTES GENERAL TEN-DAY STOPPAGE FOR CHRISTMAS. The Repairs Stunt [By THE TYKE.]

YORKSHIRE NOTES GENERAL TEN-DAY STOPPAGE FOR CHRISTMAS. The Repairs Stunt [By THE TYKE.]

There never was such a cessation of work in the YorkFhire cotton mills as there has been this Christmastide. Notices for a ten days' stoppage have been put up with a freedom that was never allowed to show itself in the old days for a one day's stoppage for Christmas. Then the th
December 31, 1920 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
NOTICES TO CONTRIBUTORS. Middletonian.—There is really no point in the wooden turkey story. A. Jay (Burnley).—One story will be published;

NOTICES TO CONTRIBUTORS. Middletonian.—There is really no point in the wooden turkey story. A. Jay (Burnley).—One story will be published;

we have had "The Ugly Duckling." Mi. E. B. (Blackburn).—" Raising th' Wind" is very far fetched; one conundrum will be published. Flash (Burnley).—Your story will appear. Your Christmas—what shall we call iO---was too late for our last issue owing to early publication. Charlie's
December 31, 1920 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
EIGHT MILLION TRADE UNIONISTS.

EIGHT MILLION TRADE UNIONISTS.

Twelve months ago the official returns of trade union membership in the United Kingdom at the of 1918 placed the aggregate figure at 8,656,000. Aft the time we hazarded the guess that the total for 1919 would be found to have passed the seven million mark. The 1919 figures as no
December 31, 1920 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Now Ready. Entirely New Book. 'MULE CALCULATIONS FOR COTTON SPINNERS," by Alex. Henry. anther of "Common Seam in Cotton Spinning..

Now Ready. Entirely New Book. 'MULE CALCULATIONS FOR COTTON SPINNERS," by Alex. Henry. anther of "Common Seam in Cotton Spinning..

Post Fres, 4. 6d. 'DARNLEY, THE TECHNICAL BOOKSELLER, 43, YORKSHIRE STREET, OLDHAM, and MARKET IL'iLL, ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE. QTOP I DO YOU KNOW THAT SAM FITTON IS OPEN FOR ENGAGEMENTS AS A HUMORIST? ZACTI TRY HE HAS BEEN KNOWN TO MAKE EVEN WISE MEN LAUGH LOUDLY AND OFTEN. Address*
December 31, 1920 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
COMPENSATION CLAIM Youth Charged With Pretending

COMPENSATION CLAIM Youth Charged With Pretending

At Preston County Court on Tuesday Judge Sturges, K.C.; heard an arbitration under the Workmen's Compensation Act between Harold Jerdinine (16), dye worker, and Messrs. Horrookses, Crewdson and Co. The facts of the which were admitted, were that the boy was working at a washing
December 31, 1920 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Voices from the Spindle and the Loom (Contd.)

Voices from the Spindle and the Loom (Contd.)

BOLTON. T. HOLIDAY.—, , hort tim e h aF mther /:detracted from the idea of holiday making in Bolton i'during the festive season, hut shopkeepers report rood returns in the purchas e o f g if ts an d seasona b le things for the table. On the whole, the signs ; have been that the
December 31, 1920 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
UKENI : AMOK : APUT INE

UKENI : AMOK : APUT INE

December 31, 1920 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MANUFACTURING SECTION.

MANUFACTURING SECTION.

A your much mixed with extreme prosparity and severe depr.sion In the ranufactuiling . section. At the beginning of 1920, and well on to the middle of the year, looms were well engaged and manufacturers even complained that sea' era were scarce. When the depression began to mani
December 31, 1920 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WHO HAS CAUSE THE WEAVERS' REV‘ .T ? Unwilling Officials. To YRS EDITOR OT THE " FACTORY TYRES."

WHO HAS CAUSE THE WEAVERS' REV‘ .T ? Unwilling Officials. To YRS EDITOR OT THE " FACTORY TYRES."

Stir,—A lengthy atatement appeared in the " Cotton Factory Times" week /showing that three important Weavers' Unions affiliated to the Weavers' Amalgamation, repreFenting approximately 50,000 members, tr nearly one-fourth of the membership of the Amtlgamation. are Oppoeed to the
December 31, 1920 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Popular Appointment.

Popular Appointment.

As announced in our last Mr. William Wallwork has been appointed a magistrate for Haslingden. He is a taper, and is now in his twenty-first year as secretary of hi, trade union, was the first preaident of liaglingden Trades Council, and ig an E.C. member of the Labour Party. 'qu
December 31, 1920 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England