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STOCKPORT.

STOCKPORT.

To-night (Friday) Mr. James Hill, of Leirh, will give a lecture, entitled "The technical points of building a cop." All members are requested to be present. -- .. -
November 11, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Poetry.

Poetry.

October 21, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Cleanliness in Persia.

Cleanliness in Persia.

The Persian spends hours in the " hammams" (Turkish baths), which are very handsome buildings decorated with tiles and embellished with numerous exhortations as to the value of cleanliness. The smallest village in Persia has its " hammain," and bathing is almost a seligious func
October 21, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A Crafty Late-comer.

A Crafty Late-comer.

Poor Riley was late as usual, and he WM trying to slink past the oyerlooker. His stock of excu.,e< quite exhausted, and ha knew not how to justify himself if he was seen. Sure enough the lynx-eyed overlooker new him. " Now, early bird," he sarcastically asked, "what happened thi
October 21, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
(BT W. B. B.)

(BT W. B. B.)

The trust, an American form of monselessly. eteadily trying to crush our trade Irak. movement out of existence, both industrially politically. Will it succeed? That altogeth er I th earl art of last week I went depends on the grit of the men in the movemen t . p n e y I find on
October 21, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Mill Extensions at Haslingden.

Mill Extensions at Haslingden.

In anticipation of an early improvement in the cotton trade several extensions are now being made to mills in the town of Haslingden. Messrs. J H. Birtsistle Co., Crane-road Mill (who have the remarkable record having worked full time during the whole of the depression for the p
October 21, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Triumph for Trade Unionism.

Triumph for Trade Unionism.

SETTLENI IAT OF HASLDIGDEN SPE\ NERS' DISPUTE The dispute between the hard sni.o ld at Messrs. L. Whittaker and Sons' Granerced and Spring Vale Mills, Haslingden, hze amicably settled. Twenty-six of the , and employed at the two mills in their notices a fortnight ago because doz
October 21, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
T. BIRTWISTLE.

T. BIRTWISTLE.

H e has been working strenuously to bring about a fusion of the Radcliffe Society with the Amalgamation, and negotiations are at present proceeding. For 19 years Mr. Jepson has been on the Co-op. Committees—then on the Educational Committee, four of which he was president, and n
October 21, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
EA-RBY & KELBROOK.

EA-RBY & KELBROOK.

EA - RBY & KELBROOK. EXTnNSION.—The Kelbrook M.ufacturing Co., Sough Bridge Weaving Shed, have definitely decided upon the enlargement of the shed. The present bolding capacity will be increased by 230 looms. The place is sub-let to three tenants.
October 21, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BIitINCHITIS AND BLOOD SPITTING. The result of Influenza cured by

BIitINCHITIS AND BLOOD SPITTING. The result of Influenza cured by

VENO'S LIGHTNING COUGH CURE. Mr. James Lydon, 6, King-street Port Glasgow, N.B. writes:—" I was lately the victim of a severe attack of influenza, which left me with a terrible bronchitis and blood spitting. I was in a bad way, medicine did me no good, and my general weakness, s
October 21, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England