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How have you earned your living?"

How have you earned your living?"

"Sometimes with my head and sometimes with my hands. Sometimes in Australia, and sometimes in the islands. Inc a deck-hand on a tramp strainer, clerk at a Melbourne desk, navvy, on a New Zealand railway. I've dono a trick at fruit growing at Milduta, and some thousands of miles
December 9, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ANOTHER LEO SAVED.

ANOTHER LEO SAVED.

o w l "i" F.,. ro L ' LoMoVEIr BURGESS' LION OINTMENT . . P.... Wounds or ail — knds. C fc e :el l a c .POritt . nr s .to T rnT arT . ln P :l'tra. ' bie tor all I nhatnrnatory Diseases of tne Chest and Th7oat. Of all Chene ' sts s 11.1111ail!t.t . 6% c y h a P lYa b lra ' ad r .
December 9, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. FINES IN WEAVING SHEDS.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. FINES IN WEAVING SHEDS.

To TH; Err ens or THE " FACTORY TIMES "1 Sir,—The phraie used by Mr. Pickles, "that there are many weavers who would do better in other walks of life," would have been nearer the mark had it been modified so as to read, "there are many weavers who would do better if they were pr
December 9, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BLACKBURN.

BLACKBURN.

RESTART.- 7 TheTw — is — t — s — pin ' n - ers at Hodkinson's Mill Hill Mill will start on Monday morning, after a two weeks' stoppage. NEW COLLECTORS.—Jas. Duckworth and Robert Robinson have been appointed collectors for the Blackburn and District Weavers' Association, for the
December 9, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
HAPTON.

HAPTON.

PERSEVERANCE MlLL—That portion of Perseverance Mill which has been stopped several weeks, started again last week, but is now being run by a new firm.
December 9, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
For Wives & Maidens EACH FOR ALL AND ALL FOR EACH. By VESTA.

For Wives & Maidens EACH FOR ALL AND ALL FOR EACH. By VESTA.

Improving the Day. Someone has said that " the finest of arts is to improve the quality of the day." What a glorious opportunity the home -keeping woman then has before her She can make the day s black one or a rosy one for all who sit at her table. The will be to them what she
December 9, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
HON'FING FOR THE GHOST Br B. P. CRAZE

HON'FING FOR THE GHOST Br B. P. CRAZE

Of late years glwete have had rather hard times of it. They have been knocked about in all directions, worried till they have been well nigh at their wits' end, interfered with in their legitimate perambulation., challenged to give an account of themselves and say are they ghost
December 9, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
COMBER WASTE.

COMBER WASTE.

It is well known that comber waste is a very important item indeed in mills which go in for the production of really good combed yarns. When it is remembered that with single combing alone as much as 20 per cent, of the total cotton supplied to the combers may be rejected as was
November 11, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
HOLLINWOOD & FATLSWORTH.

HOLLINWOOD & FATLSWORTH.

- DISTRICT SECRETARYSHIP. Mr. Sam Milligan WSS on Wednesday last elected branch secretary of the Oldham and District Cop- Packers' Association.
November 11, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Preston Ring Spinners' Death. JUDGMENT FOR RESPONDENTS.

Preston Ring Spinners' Death. JUDGMENT FOR RESPONDENTS.

Judgment was given at Preston County Court on Tuesday in the claim for compensation for the loss of her daughter by her first husband, Prudence Ellen Harratt, brought by Mrs- Jessie Maria Bradshaw, 41, Poplar-street, Preston, against Messrs. Horrockses, Crewdson, and Co., Ltd. T
November 11, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England