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TODMORDEN. TIM ELECTRIC AT Frosty Mitt—Mr. Charles Crabtree, cotton mannfacturer, of Ferneylee Mill, has just fitted up his concern with the electric light, and the enterprise gives entire satisfaction both to the employer and employed. The weavers state that electric light is m
October 23, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
STACKSTEADS.

STACKSTEADS.

TURSTEAD MlL,—This mill has been let to a firm of Bury bleachers, and the works wiil very shortly be set in motion. ELECTRIC LIGHT—Mr. John Clegg's mill, Sandy. lane, is being furnished with electric light.
October 23, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WHIWORTH.

WHIWORTH.

New MA:geom.—Mr. Barker Fielden has been appointed manager at the Thorney Lee Spinning and Manufacturing Company, over the producing departments. This week the spinners have been working overtime to fulfil an order for weft. We suppose this is the result of the Oldham strike. BA
October 23, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
GLOSSOP.

GLOSSOP.

RESUMPTION or WORK—Wren Nest Mill, worked by the executors of the late Frank Sumner, Esq., commenced operations on Monday morning, after having been stopped seven days to put down a new engine bed. Those that were members of the Glossop Association have received their pay accord
October 23, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
The Appointment of 24+Ir. John Fielaing as a Magistrate.

The Appointment of 24+Ir. John Fielaing as a Magistrate.

Official information was received in Bolton on Friday afternoon that Mr. John Fielding, Secretary to the Bolton and District Operative Spinners Association, and Secretary to the Bolton United Trades Council, had been raised to the magisterial bench, along with a number of other
June 26, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ROMAZOIC OP THE CitTILLOTINE

ROMAZOIC OP THE CitTILLOTINE

There is a boulevard in Paris on which stands a cafe set back somewhat from the regular line of houses. In front of this cafe is a smooth pavement that is a step higher than the sidewalk. Overhead is a white canvas awning, and a number of roundtopped, spindle-legged metal tables
June 26, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Important to Cardroom Enka.

Important to Cardroom Enka.

Important to Cardroom SHOULD A STRIPPER DO GRINDERS WORK ? On Thursday, at the Ashtomunder-Lyne Coma,. Court, before his Honour, Judge Hughes, a case Of considerable importance to strippers and grinders decided. The plaintiff was a stripper, named George Lea, and the defendant, J
June 26, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Notion.

Notion.

The postage on the Factory Times to any part of the United Kingdom is one halfpenny. - - _ . Max wo ask the secretaries to let us know of all meetings to be attended the day before they are held, and then our own reporter will always be present and give full and faithful reports
July 10, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SHAWFORTH AND MILLGATE.

SHAWFORTH AND MILLGATE.

STATE OP TEADE.—The mills in this district are not making very great progress; three out of the four are still running short time. It is reported that the Shawforth Spinning and Manufacturing Co. is going to place about 26 new ring throstle frames in place of the old ones, which
July 10, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Stock Ezchazgo Sporalation.

Stock Ezchazgo Sporalation.

The Standard, referring to the alleged depression on the Stock Exchange, says from first to last Stock Exchange speculation is an unmitigated curse to those who indulge in it. Even if they win money it does them harm, and if they lose it. as they generally do, it often leads str
July 10, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England