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JABDEN.

JABDEN.

%merges' CowwrrrEs.—The spinners of this dis. trict, having joined the Spinners' Association at Padihain about 18 months ago, formed themselves into a committee,and held theirqnarterly meeting at the old Black Bull. A deputation from the Spinners' Association of Paatham was pres
January 16, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
sznox M.—EARNERS AliD EARNIN6S.

sznox M.—EARNERS AliD EARNIN6S.

sznox M.—EARNERS EARNIN6S. Generally, without pretending to more correctness than a subject so vast and necessarily so complicated admits of, though resting on two well ascertained facto,s—the census of the population, with a complete analysis of the occupation of the people, and
January 16, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
No. 2 COMMERC COTTO: Pub!ic writ( dents, and cotti embarked in a no practical kn pecuniary mea legitimate trad as

No. 2 COMMERC COTTO: Pub!ic writ( dents, and cotti embarked in a no practical kn pecuniary mea legitimate trad as

to which car a reduction in per cent of whc without sllowir slightest henefi and merchants tends that cot very prosperous it were so. ever, to be a better state ( On all sides it producing clotl now open to u was exported la ever previously yard.) That as little cotton device kn
January 16, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A SVYNY RCS/LAND.

A SVYNY RCS/LAND.

A sunshiny husband makes a merry, beautiful beim worth having, worth working in and for. If the man is breezy, cheery, considerate, and smypathetie, his wife sings in her heart over her puddings and her mending basket, and renews her youth in the security she feels of his approb
January 16, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Poor Whitey.

Poor Whitey.

" Say, boss. Whitey's 'dead, - aaia a little newsboy, with an armful of papers to a patron on Park Row, New York. "You knows who Whitey was, boss," continued the newsboy, as he pocketed a nickel in en change for a paper. "Ton gin him many a quarter, and he often talked about you
January 16, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
"I promise readily, Maud, and the more so that I truat and behave Una vain idea will soon leave you."

"I promise readily, Maud, and the more so that I truat and behave Una vain idea will soon leave you."

" Yon do not know me, Alice, no one knows me," said the girl, as they turned into a passage and went up the stair which led to their humble home. Maud might have added with perfect truth that she did not know herself. The house they entered was in a dingy court, containing the h
January 16, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
The postage on tl be hi. 'After the first penny. The pi

The postage on tl be hi. 'After the first penny. The pi

January 16, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BLACKBURN.

BLACKBURN.

Mr. Samnel Smith, one of the oldest trustees of the Blackburn Power Loom Weavers' Association, has died in the Infinnary from the efteets of a diseased kg. and he was bnried. on Wednesday, the funeral being attended by all the principal officials of the Weaverg' Association. Mr.
January 16, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Behar. Clstior, "The Factory Eine."

Behar. Clstior, "The Factory Eine."

"They look up with their pale and stuaken faces, And their looks are sad to see, For the man's hoary anguish draws and presses Down the cheeks of infancy." BARRETT Brioyminso. It is not, perhaps, easy for us who live in "these halcyon days" to do full justice to the memory of th
January 16, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
HOME FARM.

HOME FARM.

PURCHASE "THE COTTON FACTORY TIMES." May be had of all Booksellers. If local nevisagaut hat uot got it, it through Bees are, as a rule, more likely to Suffer during the winter season from an excess of moisture in the hives than from cold, and therefore all that can be done to ma
January 16, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England