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SADDLE WORTH.

SADDLE WORTH.

DEATH.—The death occurred on Thursday night of Sarah Hold., at her home, Berrystreet, Greenfield. Deceased, who had been away from her work for nearly twelve months, was a weaver employed at Messrs. David Butterworth and Co., Andrew Mill, Greenfield. The funeral took place on Mo
May 6, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LOWERHOUSE.

LOWERHOUSE.

PAYMENTS.—The mill at this place haa during the peat week been stopped four days, for which the members received pay from their respective associations. NELSON. TRADE.—There seenis to be a slight improvemmit, but there are a large number of looms stopped waiting for warps. On th
May 6, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Brief Strike at Oswaldtwistle.

Brief Strike at Oswaldtwistle.

NON-UNIONISTS JOIN WEAVERS' ASSOCIATION. : On Thursday noon last the whole of the weavers at Hoyle Bottom Mill, Oswaldtwistle, came out in strike on their own initiative on account of working conditne. The secretary of the Weavers' Aseociation (Mr. Wolstenhohne) was not apprised
May 6, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TOD .tORDEN,

TOD .tORDEN,

On Tuesday evening last a public meeting was held in the Town Hall, Todrnorden, to further the local effort to raise subscriptions on behalf of the British Cotton Growing Association. The meeting was well attended. The chair was taken by Mr. E. B. Fielder:, head of the of Messrs
May 6, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
.1 Z THE FLNIIZT • Mr. THOMAS ASHTON, gi I • OLDHAM SPINNERS. IN WORLD h, • liErf.Yri.fallgEf.LEA 5 Draught

.1 Z THE FLNIIZT • Mr. THOMAS ASHTON, gi I • OLDHAM SPINNERS. IN WORLD h, • liErf.Yri.fallgEf.LEA 5 Draught

Lowden. Bottled : " HUNIPY " , THOMAS'S UPS & DOWNS OF A TRADIP 1791. STREET, Page 7 Crl,slC' LONDON BRIDGE, R.LCRW,E*E'AiLkLiII Rusnc RUMINATIONS ith,,,.So Stearn NRIAL, Abbel. 2: Refineries & Since. in Stnttr FLYING OTHER THING?. • •re Devon, beide otaiers. Page 8 I " 1 , [,
May 6, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
NORTHAMPTeN MADE BOOTS Am remarkable Footwear. Compare theme , what you can get Then ark your.' f our goods are

NORTHAMPTeN MADE BOOTS Am remarkable Footwear. Compare theme , what you can get Then ark your.' f our goods are

so immensely suPs , fw'' HERE IS THE ANSWER. We eliminate all Intermediate Profits Shopkeepers' Ex Our Customer. are shrewd business Peos knowing that by dealing direct it 26% off their Boot Bill. YOUR GUARA.NTEE ia that we Return Money if the are not strictly to DESCRIPTIONS. N
May 6, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
The Girl Who Wins Hearts.

The Girl Who Wins Hearts.

The girl who makes us think she has been pining to see us. The girl who laughs. The girl who can calm us. When the flame of ire is stirred it is easier to find those who will throw on fuel than be an extinguisher. The girl with whom we can afford to let off steam. There are few
July 29, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CALCULATIONS ON ABOVE PARTICULARS.

CALCULATIONS ON ABOVE PARTICULARS.

( 1 ) 1050 x 10 -= 350 line shaft 30 revolutions, this being s high speed. (2.) 1050 x 10 x 8 12000 revolutions per minute of spindles without any slippage allowance. Assuming we have 10 per oent. slippage of spindle bands and main belt, the effective working speed of spindles w
July 29, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Nelson's Field Day.

Nelson's Field Day.

SIX THOUSAND WEAVERS' CHILDREN Saturday wasa red-letter day in Nelson district. and members of the Weavers' Association 5e81114.4 on good terms with everyone because they hd got what they wanted--a day. The children aaaembled at the Weavers' lnatitute. The cession of the 6,000 c
July 29, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Got Woman's Rights.

Got Woman's Rights.

At one of our milk TC e have had a bit more fun concerning women's rights. One of the women weavers name up to the weft place and got a tin of weft, but nobody offered to lift it on her shoulder for her. So she went to another weaver, and asked hint to give her a lift. This is t
July 8, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England