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BACUP & ROSSENDALE. ..

BACUP & ROSSENDALE. ..

WORK RESUME - 13 — .2Z;i — ;a8 --- resumed in most of the mills and workshops on Tuesday morning after several days' stoppage for the Whitsuntide holidays. BACK FROM CANADA—Ste By. Trickett, principal of the Gaghill Mill, Waterfoot, arrived back from a tour in Canada on Saturday
May 27, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Burnley Factory Offences. TOOK ADVANTAGE OF FIRST FULL WEEK

Burnley Factory Offences. TOOK ADVANTAGE OF FIRST FULL WEEK

Two Burnley firms were proceeded against at the local police court, last week, by Mr. J. Law, one of H.M. Inspector of Factories, for contraventions of the Factory Acts. The George-street 7 Manufacturing Co. were summoned for allowing three women to be employed during the dinner
May 27, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Cotton Companies' Reports.

Cotton Companies' Reports.

Livingstone (Lees).—Three months' lces of £250, dispoba.bLe balance £2994; dividend of 94. per share, equal to 8i cent. annurn; credit balance forward £2,590. United (Oldham).—Three mond& interim audit, no dividend is being paid. Glodwick tOldhamh—Three months' interim dividend
May 27, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TRADE UNION MEETINGS AND REPORTS. BURNLEY WEAVERS

TRADE UNION MEETINGS AND REPORTS. BURNLEY WEAVERS

The quarterly meeting was held on Wednesday evening under the preeidency of Mr. R. Pollard, LP, in the WE.l.Verte Institute. The bnee-sheet, showing a gain on the quarter of £1,410 14 . h.. 7d-. was adopted. Mr. J. R. Strata moved the reduction of the delegated fees for attendin
May 27, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Steeplejack's Terrible Death.

Steeplejack's Terrible Death.

FALL FROM HIGHEST
May 27, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
,1 wn, 60R.,

,1 wn, 60R.,

, 1 60R., and Ir ent.ely ased when tried on, there ie 2 e rt , the pay., delivery.ane the . pnymble Ina month.. ;X:P=lVireithtt. ,ll .4 . l. '‘ , /orinik . or 1.10 app,.. °Z.l'te"t:%:'l; L.';11;.7.1 RAVES-
May 27, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A FREE BOOKLET, The Gresham Publishing Company, 34-8, Southampton Street, Strand, London, W.C. Pie.e me the Illustrated Booklet •Fou have

A FREE BOOKLET, The Gresham Publishing Company, 34-8, Southampton Street, Strand, London, W.C. Pie.e me the Illustrated Booklet •Fou have

prepared describing 'The Textile Industries," and particulars of your Special Plan enabling me to purchase the work for an outlay of lest than Id. a day, without recourse . to the instalment plan. Name Address C.F.T.
May 27, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
REAVS Brand P C)1114:4 " . _ ,") " - *

REAVS Brand P C)1114:4 " . _ ,") " - *

May 27, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TARIFF REFORN TRIPS.

TARIFF REFORN TRIPS.

To THE EDITOR OF THE "FACTORY TIMRS.I ---er havmg had a cheap out at eomeone la very natural you 6hould and 1 .1 , it•-• of those who found the money. This evclentl Ia Rho pna , rion of Mr. J. Kerfoot per ho letter in last week's There ie a proverb, , f will tell I to. company a
July 8, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SHAW & CROMPTON.

SHAW & CROMPTON.

STOPPAGE—The Rutland Rill Co., which to have started on Tuesday morning, after a two days' stoppage, were prevented from doing owing to the htuwting of one of the steam pipes in the boiler house. OFF TO AMERICA.—Mr. and M.. Jo. Lees, of Wren's Neat, Smallbrook, sailed for Worces
July 8, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England