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BLACKBURN.

BLACKBURN.

MtiETING.—On Friday evening, the 9th instant, a representative meeting of the spinners was held in their institute, St. Peter-street. The object of the meeting was to consider the position of the Oldham strike; also the amount of levy to be paid for their support.' It was stated
October 16, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SABDEN,

SABDEN,

OLDHAM STRIXE.—The strike at Oldham is having a material effect at one of our mills, the winders and beamers at the Sabden Weaving Company, have been stopped for a week through scarcity or twist. UP. - The Cobden Mills Company Limited have commenced lighting up, and with the exc
October 16, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
COLNE

COLNE

- INTELLIGENCE.-From the 96th report of the Premit Bridge Co-operative Society, just published, it appears the sales amounted to £1,870 16s. 101 d. The nett disposable profit is £145 19s. 3d., distributable as follows :—On £1,179 members' checks, at 2s. 3d. in the pound, £132 12
October 16, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
HADFIELD.

HADFIELD.

PREARDOWN PAT.-On Monday night thirteen weavers who were affected by a small breakdown at Waterside Old Shed met at the Coffee Tavern to receive their breakdown pay. There were two members who received 3s. each, and eleven members who received 4s, 61. each, the stoppage being th
October 16, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ESTABLISHED 1815.

ESTABLISHED 1815.

Iron and Slice/ Boilers any ty,he. WELDING, FLANGING, DRILLING, PLANING, & RIVETING BY SPECUL AIACHINERY. ALL RIVET HOLES DRILLED IN POSITION AFTER PLATES ARE BENT TO FORM IVIEAKIN'S PURE PACKET TEA IS THE BEST. BE SURE YOU ASK FOR IT AT YOUR CO-OPERATIVE STORES. Sold in Packets
October 16, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
01 • R %COLOURED COTTON AND LINEN 10. 144 °- 117 - -- YARNS AND FABRICS. H. SMITH & Co.

01 • R %COLOURED COTTON AND LINEN 10. 144 °- 117 - -- YARNS AND FABRICS. H. SMITH & Co.

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October 16, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Spanked. tb.e Boy.

Spanked. tb.e Boy.

Spanked. Boy. Al! the adult passengers in the waiting room had their attention attracted by his antics. Ile wanted candy, and be wanted to see the river, and he wanted to go aboard the train, and he wanted more than any city the size of Detroit could furnish free gratis. His moth
July 3, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Notices.

Notices.

The postage on the Factory Times to any part of the United Kingdom is one halfpenny. May we 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.—Ed. Co
July 3, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Ora= Stocktaking.

Ora= Stocktaking.

As it was feared, the stoektakings of the Oldham spinning companies for the June quarter have so far revealed some unsatisfactory results, but there are a few pleasant surprises in the shape of profits from unexpected quarters. The following results have been made known—Duke Spi
July 3, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ACCID' Friday named: the bad crushed it. It s rant bai waste ol when 1:( minder mule pi ably. Thumb

ACCID' Friday named: the bad crushed it. It s rant bai waste ol when 1:( minder mule pi ably. Thumb

with ai broken what is down, a them to and he 1 his ham swell nicely.
July 3, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England