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PICK FINDING. WEAVERS WANT REMUNERATING.

PICK FINDING. WEAVERS WANT REMUNERATING.

Weavers are emistantly making inquiries to the Union officials asking if anything can be done to obtain something extra on the plain list -when they are instructed to pick out of the cloth all broken picks.. For my own part I can see no earthly reason why some sort of an arrange
May 20, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BAMBER BRIDGE.

BAMBER BRIDGE.

PROMOTION.—Mr. Joshua Woods, weaver at Messrs- Orr and Co.'s, has been promoted to the position of overlooker at this mill, in succession to Mr. John Schultz. HOLIDAYS.—On account of the funeral of the late King Edward the usual holidays for Whitsuntide were rearranged at some o
May 20, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CHURCH & OSWALDTIVISTLE.

CHURCH & OSWALDTIVISTLE.

AFTER THE HOLIDAYS.—At most of the mills in this district work was resumed on Tuesday instead of Wednesday morning, as per the recognised holidays, in view tit the stoppage of all works to-morrow (Friday). For consenting to work on Whit-Tuesday the operatives will be granted Sat
May 20, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
HEYWOOD.

HEYWOOD.

STOPPAGES.—AIbert New Mill started on Monday morning, after a few days' stoppage for a breakdown. Bad trade is responsible for the closing of Wood's Broadfield Mill, and Mellor's, Brook Co., this week. ' ' INSPECTOR'S VISIT.—A correspondent writes :—I was very pleased to see the
May 20, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MOISTURE.

MOISTURE.

Grey weight of 840yds. 35316 grains = 5 1978 counts. Weight otter bleaching 34659 =l - 2116 counts. Chemically washed, after drying at 100°C. 309'45 grains = 22 . 62 35376 : 100 30945 = 87'47 grains. Dry weight % = 87 , 47. 100 :B's :: 8747 = 7'43. Regain % = 7'43. 9490 = 5'1% l
May 20, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
AN L-NWEL(MME MEETING,

AN L-NWEL(MME MEETING,

AN L - NWEL(MME MEETING, Frederick'a peremptory resehssi Samuel Radcliffe on the Saturday night just after he had parted with Walsh. the ea-convict. Wants see me first thing to-morrow, does he," said Radcliffe, as be read the telegram handed to by his landlady. " Something have t
June 3, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills

Dr. Williams' Pink Pills

special pains with his toilet, inupg,esiog every diffident impulse aa it roe, went to the home he always thought of as "hers." He was a little dismayed when she herself answered his knock, and his courage so far failed him that he took refuge in a feeble inquiry for W. rd. •• Mr
June 3, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
VOICES FROM THE SPINDLE AND THE LOOM. OLDHAM.

VOICES FROM THE SPINDLE AND THE LOOM. OLDHAM.

APPOINTMENT.—Mr. Sam Fillingham, one of the under-carders at the Durban Mill, has received an appointment as carding master at the ERO Mill, Shangahi. China. He was for yearn employed at Woreley Mem]. Wigan, and May Mills, Pembertc:n. Mr. Fillinghani, according to arrangements,
June 3, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MIDDLETON & WIDDLETOM lUNCTION

MIDDLETON & WIDDLETOM lUNCTION

CHANGES.—Mr. G. Berry, manager -at Laurel and Baltnee Mills, Middleton Jmirr. lion, has resigned the management of the, Lartrel, and 'tempted the position of and ealerorran at the Baytme Mill, in place of Mr. Mayan. Mr. Henry Hunt, assismont weretary, has been promoted to be sec
June 3, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
N SMOOT MIRTH IN THE MILL! A Piecer In Paris.

N SMOOT MIRTH IN THE MILL! A Piecer In Paris.

NOTICES TO CONTRIBUTORS. A. S. (Brierfield).—Your story is too well-known to stand reproduction in the Press. H. H. (Chorley), S. R 0. (Burnley), Never Despair (Rochdale), Biddy (Waterloo), A. W. (Darwen).—Similar stories have already appeared or are in hand. T. P. (Stockport).—
October 14, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England