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REVIEW OF THE CLOSING YEAR.

REVIEW OF THE CLOSING YEAR.

The year 1920 closes under the most gloomy conditions and pessimistic anticipations as to the orfuttrre - events regard to the I whole field of industry. The cotton trade has mot been so lucky as to eficapc the general misfortune, and the commercial position is worse and the out
December 31, 1920 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Not Over-Production.

Not Over-Production.

-- We are not on abort time because we have too much and met all demands for cotton good. There is still a demand for the goods, but at a lower level of prices. America hue realiand this and taken kens to overcome the difficulty. They have reduced prices by 33+ per cent, and hav
December 31, 1920 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Letters to the Editor.

Letters to the Editor.

December 31, 1920 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BOGUS BREAKDOWNS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE " F keTORY TIMES."

BOGUS BREAKDOWNS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE " F keTORY TIMES."

BOGUS BREAKDOWNS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE " F TIMES." Eir,—Theire is much to complain in many qua, lien that weavers' unions are being imposed on by emnlorma closing down their mills under pretence that 'repairs are necessary and must he done. Nobody would ever dispute that there an
December 31, 1920 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
GROWERS' APPEAL FOR IMMEDIATE ACTION TO AVERT DISASTER. Suggested Conference

GROWERS' APPEAL FOR IMMEDIATE ACTION TO AVERT DISASTER. Suggested Conference

A representative of the "Factory Times" was informed yesterday by Sir Charles Macara that he had just received an urgent message from a meet. tog of American cotton growers, who strongly advocate the taking of immediate action in order to avert disaster to the world's cotton ind
December 31, 1920 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Official Quotations.

Official Quotations.

Ord. G.O. F.G.O. American .... 4.45... 5.20... 5.95.. 6.70.. 7.70 i.e. 450 off 375 off 300 off 225 off 125 off 11.4. F.M. F.G.M. American ... 8.70... 9.9Ô... 10.95... 11.95... 13.45 25 off 100 on 203 on 500 on 450 on Brazilian Spot Quotations. Mid - fair. - Fair. Gd. fair. Perna
December 31, 1920 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TO A FLY. In a Bowl of Milk

TO A FLY. In a Bowl of Milk

Na then, tha'a gone an' done it neaw, Tha's made a mess o' things ahurheaw, Tha's dreawned thisel ! , To fate at tha's had to bow, So - ding do bU. Tha's 'some Marin' in thi time, Tha's groused in every met o' grime, Tha dirty thing! . . . - - O'er erery aort o' an' slime Tha's
December 31, 1920 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MR. WM. WALLWORK, J.P. – _____

MR. WM. WALLWORK, J.P. – _____

MR. WM. WALLWORK, J.P. - _____ HASLMGDEN'S FIRST TRADE UNION MAGISTRATE.
December 31, 1920 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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December 31, 1920 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
. WHITHER DRIFTINC?"

. WHITHER DRIFTINC?"

To TIM EDITOR or Tax . FAC - TORT Tunas:. B 'r,—When I wrote under this heading in your Nemo of December 17th it was with a view to draw your readers' atteMion to the proposition of Mr. Turner as briefly outlined in a previous iame. You distir , ctiv invited expressions of opini
December 31, 1920 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England