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ROLLINCTON.

ROLLINCTON.

The position is still as bad as ever, and nothing but a gloomy outlook prevails. Half-time still con ti ni , i n the majority of casos, with a sprinkling of instances where there aro only the, days a fortnight. Christmas celebrations and do not appear to bane been interfered wit
December 31, 1920 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
RIBCHESTER.

RIBCHESTER.

Ag leourzn Vaticat.—The isolation of Ribcheater hue led to difficulties in the registering of mill workers for unemployment insurance. Originally it became necensery for these operatives to tramp to the nearest Labour Exchange at Longridge, but by a mutual arrangement a special
December 31, 1920 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Cotton, Yarn, and Cloth MARKET REPORTS.

Cotton, Yarn, and Cloth MARKET REPORTS.

MANCHESTER, Thursday Morning. It is irnposaible to report any tangible improvement yet in the yarn market and chiring the week a dull quiet tone has prevailed. Spinners have hardly expected much business this week in any ease, and the holidays have been made in many instances th
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
 
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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
 
THE LATE CARL LEGIEN Measures to Stop Dumping

THE LATE CARL LEGIEN Measures to Stop Dumping

Many trade unioniets in this country would regret to read of the death on Sunday, after a short illness, of Carl Legion, member of She Reichstag. and for many yearn secretary of the German Federation of Trade He was one of influential leaders of German Labour, and one of the chi
December 31, 1920 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MUTUAL COTTON CLASSES

MUTUAL COTTON CLASSES

A meeting was held in the rooms. Park Works, on Monday evening, when a capital lecture was given be Mr. J. Hilton on the "Nesmith Comber." Mr. E. Maw presided. The lecturer explained the um of the comber, and its advantaged in the fine spinning trade, and by meana of diagrams he
December 31, 1920 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Juvenile Employment. THE 14 WARR LIMIT IN FORCE

Juvenile Employment. THE 14 WARR LIMIT IN FORCE

'The Home Secretary gives notice that the proyieione of the Employment of Women, Young Persons, and Children Act relating to the employment of children in induatry trill come into force to-morrow (Janus, let. and that on and after that date it will be illegal to employ any child
December 31, 1920 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
NINETEEN-TWENTY IN RETROSPECT HAPPENINGS IN THE COTTON INDUSTRY

NINETEEN-TWENTY IN RETROSPECT HAPPENINGS IN THE COTTON INDUSTRY

The year that is closi^g has been eventful in various ways, but its chief characteristic will be that, commencing in a period of prosperity, it has ended in a period of serious depression, marked by organised short time in the spinning section and irregular operations in the man
December 31, 1920 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England