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DEFORE YOU PROPOSE, find out the Gem for your lady love'. forth month—they'll tell von at H. SAMUEL, LTD. Then

DEFORE YOU PROPOSE, find out the Gem for your lady love'. forth month—they'll tell von at H. SAMUEL, LTD. Then

think of E joy when she finds her Engagement Ring has her own Lucky Gem beautifully set with diamonds! You ran have the Ring specially set with any birth month stone without extra charge at H. SAMUEL, LTD., where there's an enormous variety of settings to choose from at prices r
December 31, 1920 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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December 31, 1920 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THIRD PRIZE, 21.

THIRD PRIZE, 21.

Brought to the Scratch. The I3oorers' Committee at the " Bolster and Pillow " were discussing • certain member, who absent. about his skinny habit of never returning a treat. So Clod Jack said he'd do his best to try and make him, whereupon anmher member offered to bet him " dri
December 31, 1920 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TWO " AGONIES " A FEUD AND A WAGER BY NAMES PAULDEN.

TWO " AGONIES " A FEUD AND A WAGER BY NAMES PAULDEN.

When Mortlake entered the Senior Conservative 011 lb—that huurious home of induatrial Blackton's opulence, envied by thousands of less favoured Blacktonians, and decried by the rising labour interests as the place where the municipal policy was decided—he was greeted by an uproa
December 31, 1920 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MownNtrzn nom PTIETTove Cowing

MownNtrzn nom PTIETTove Cowing

nom PTIETTove The compulsion of his arms consrripted the kisses. Somehow she survived the ordeal and found hermit on the chair again. Unnoticed, a hurried colloquy had o^curred near the door. "Put the horrid brute out, Thom..." "Me, deer!" he ejaculated in r ained rurpriee. JuPt
December 31, 1920 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Each Industry Risponsibls.

Each Industry Risponsibls.

Mr. James Sexton, MY., en - doried view that the industrie s should look after their own unemployed, and when questioned on the matter quoted the case of the dockers, of whose organiaation he is an official. He said: "We have our scheme before the port employers. We have formed
December 31, 1920 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WORKING HE ACT. A GOLDEN WEDDING. MR. AND MRS. EDWIN PICKUP, OF BACUP. Weaving at Seventy-Five. On Christmas Eve Mr.

WORKING HE ACT. A GOLDEN WEDDING. MR. AND MRS. EDWIN PICKUP, OF BACUP. Weaving at Seventy-Five. On Christmas Eve Mr.

and Mrs. Edwin Pickup, of Baoup, celebrated their golden wedding by a family re-union at their home. A " Factory Times" representative visited the old couple whom he found hale 'and hearty. Mr. Pickup was 75 years of age on March 6. and Mrs. Pickup was 72 last May. Mr. Pickup is
December 31, 1920 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
COTTON EACTOWE TINES, DECE3IBEI 31, 1910.

COTTON EACTOWE TINES, DECE3IBEI 31, 1910.

December 31, 1920 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
J.C. (Norden).

J.C. (Norden).

Dear Sir.—Thanks very much for the 2s. 6d. P.O. It will come in very useful for buying toys lor the Denson Orphanage. (JO. please note — also "The Queen.") Well, sir .the " Merry " festive sea.on soon be here with millions of unemployed and short-timers. a large number rereturne
December 31, 1920 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
--e 6---: SECOND PRIZE, 36.

--e 6---: SECOND PRIZE, 36.

His Ronson. The other Saturday morning when it was vety foggy, one of the scavengers °posted the window wide open when he came in, after the engine net on, and they had started spinning; the spinner the window open, and he shouted to the scavenger: "Eh shut that window, dost kno
December 31, 1920 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England