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Children' s Corner. RULES

Children' s Corner. RULES

a) All writers mule become members if they wish their answers to be judged. This be accomplished by applying for a membership and enclosing a halfpenny stamp for postage ( 2 ) Leery member must premise to write reps to be kind to all ar..imals, to obey their skiers, and to try t
September 9, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TIIE WIFE

TIIE WIFE

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September 9, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Burnley Overlooker's Sensational _ Suicide. TERRIBLE STRUGGLE IN A CL

Burnley Overlooker's Sensational _ Suicide. TERRIBLE STRUGGLE IN A CL

On Monday an inquest was held on body of a Burnley overlooker named Levi Atock, whose death occurred under remarkable circumstanoes. On Sunday afternoon he area pulled out the canal, and a policeman took him to Cog-lane Police Station. Here he was; placed in a cell, and waa aske
September 9, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
VOICES FROM THE SPINDLE AND THE LOOM. BOLTON.

VOICES FROM THE SPINDLE AND THE LOOM. BOLTON.

PRESENTATIONS.—Two interesting presentations took place last week-end at Messrs.. J. Chadwick and Bros., Ltd., Eagley Mills. In the first instance Mr. Fred Taylor, akrk in the counting house, was the recipient of a gentleman's kit bag and a dressing case. He leaves Liverpool on
September 9, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
PENDLETON & SWINTON.

PENDLETON & SWINTON.

BUSY.—The dyers at the Moss Side Mill are very busy, and working overtime. - SUCCESS.—Mr. R. Colbourne, ringroom jobber at the Acme No. 2 Mill, was successful in carrying off two prizes at the local football club (Swinton) sports last Saturday. lie was first in the 100 yards, an
September 9, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
RISHTON.

RISHTON.

STOPPAGE PAY.—The Weavexe' AMOCiation last week paid £49 Sd. to Victoria Mill weavers for three days' bad trade pay. RESTART.—Work was resumed at all the Rislaton Mills last Tuesday morning after the September holidays, with the exception of Victoria Mill, which did not start un
September 9, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
HEYWOOD.

HEYWOOD.

CHANGES.—Mr. Thomas Hill, who for the past few years has been employed by the Mutual Spinning Co. &s mule overlooker, haft severed his connection with the firm. He has been appointed spinning master at the Pilot Mill, Bury. . • • , MARRIAGE.—Mr. Arthur Greenhalgh, employed in th
September 9, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A Moving World.

A Moving World.

A new branch of seismological investigation is es tablishing itself. The exquisite sensitivenew , of the instruments now in use has disclosed the fact that the earth's crust is being continually altered owing to the shifting of enormous weights which is constantly going on. Tide
September 9, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Stockport Spinners.

Stockport Spinners.

THE LESSON FOR THE FUTURE. In the report of the Stockport Spinners' As,,o-ciation the committee report a lere on the quarter's working of £212 9s. 2d. Referring to the five years' truce, the committee say: "Never in the history of the cocton trade has any settlement given such w
September 9, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Radcliffe Strike Scenes.

Radcliffe Strike Scenes.

CHARGES AGAINST POLICE AND MAGISTRATES. Further cases were heard at the Radcliffe Folio. Court, in Monday, arising out of the strike in the fuaishing dispute. As the trade union bodies have communicated with the Home Office relating to the last cases heard, alleging that the cha
September 9, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England