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TUE NEW TRADES UNIONS

TUE NEW TRADES UNIONS

managed their business. For a few coppers per week they claimed to do more for the members than other societies did for a much larger contribution. If, however, their money was honestly dealt with they could only draw out to the extent of the money they paid in, and if half thei
December 14, 1894 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WILL RECEIVE

WILL RECEIVE

I.—Snperb set of Meat Carvers and Steel with real ivory handles 2.—Magnificent Cruet with six cnt-glass 6 - ottles, dinner size 3.—A Gem Ring set with five real diamonds in 18ct. gold. Should customers wish for any . article not described above, H. White will gladly substitute a
December 14, 1894 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SERVICE ACT) EMPLOYERS' HANDLE.

SERVICE ACT) EMPLOYERS' HANDLE.

To a previous issue Miss 'Alice Smith raised a point of startling import bearing, upon the handing in of strike notices by spinners, dm., in support of the demand for increased wages. She showed that with the passing of the latest Compulsion Bill men of military age usually empl
May 26, 1916 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Contrary.

Contrary.

The oid married "on will learn. nry rno.st Matter, creatures." married one: .` oh., I e:reed3." old married me. indeed." rsunof married •' Ye, I 000 k things busisand Likes ret be doesn't the thiege
May 26, 1916 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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!V."'"...".•••••.M.e.5--••••,--,. & CHAPTER XXVIII. Susan Smith's Contusion. pushed assay in a dark corner of a sha:f. Leslie Se)mour had placed it there on his from the Walled-in House, and had promptly forgotten it. Stokes unrolled it and it out La the Baring light of the gas j
May 26, 1916 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WAR AND ECONOMIC THE EFFECT OF 'CRUSHING GERMAN TRADE." WORDS TO MR. HODGE. RT INTERNATIONALISM.

WAR AND ECONOMIC THE EFFECT OF 'CRUSHING GERMAN TRADE." WORDS TO MR. HODGE. RT INTERNATIONALISM.

The war has profoundly rnovod the country. It has disturbed quiet development. movirig at an accelerative pine. It haa, I am afraid, already made certain the poverty of the workers for at least two generations. And it given an opportunity to the advocates of a big army, a big na
May 26, 1916 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE NEXT "STUNT." REFUGEES AND SERVICE WITH THE COLOURS. PERIL TO POLITICAL 07711IDIES.

THE NEXT "STUNT." REFUGEES AND SERVICE WITH THE COLOURS. PERIL TO POLITICAL 07711IDIES.

THE NEXT "STUNT." REFUGEES AND SERVICE WITH THE COLOURS. PERIL TO POLITICAL To TNT EDTTOE or TO! Sir,—From time to during the past 12 metuhe I have told of the "Cation Factory Tom" enmmhing of the attending work in Britain on behalf of the Labour movement, and some months ago I e
May 26, 1916 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THIRTY YEARS A TREASURER.

THIRTY YEARS A TREASURER.

DEVOTED OFFICIAL OF ASHTON
May 26, 1916 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Some Taloa of Old. Wre:kers.

Some Taloa of Old. Wre:kers.

A. few examples, which have occurred for the most part within the last hundred years or so, are appended. They have been culled from the most rigidly correct chronicler, the "Annual Register:"— Lent circuit, 1774.—At Shrewsbury Assizes, bills of indictment were preferred by raot
January 4, 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BURY AND ELTON.

BURY AND ELTON.

There was a dense fog at Bury on Wednesday night, and a factory operative named Robert How. croft, when returning from Radcliffe, walked into the canal and was drowned. Inz HOLIPAYi.—A considerable number of the mills and workshops in the Bury and Elton district commenced their
January 4, 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England