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Little Johnny Visiting.

Little Johnny Visiting.

Mrs. Bright: Ah ! Mrs. Cheery, I'm delighted to see you. And you've brought your little Johnnie to see me? How do you do, sir? I'm glad to see you, my little man I—Mrs. Cheery: Shake bands with the lady, Johnnie (Johnnie won't and doesn't). He begged so to go out with me this af
July 12, 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
.&nowers to Corrospontionts.

.&nowers to Corrospontionts.

[Answers on technical subjects can only be given through this column, not through the post.] T..BrLusoros, Darweu.—Your question shall bi answered tJext week. " M. G." asks.—Can you give me any information as to a list of prices of mixed goods, wool and cotton, and silk stripes,
July 12, 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
DROYLSDEN.

DROYLSDEN.

STkTE or TRADE.—In consequence of the Fdling 3ff in the demand for certain classes of work, ft ts , tated that at one mill there are over 170 looms, -2rnicipally jacquards, standing idle waiting for orders. ACCIDENT TO AJOR. —On Saturday last, ;llortly before one o'clock, a man
July 12, 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
1 y 0 HATTER B.—WANTED, Wool-for:ttne, Hardeners, Bumpers, Stretchers, PlaMsmts, roofers, Dyers, B!ockers,Pressers, Ftnishers. Corists, Parer% Setter., Velourers, Benders, Trurimers,

1 y 0 HATTER B.—WANTED, Wool-for:ttne, Hardeners, Bumpers, Stretchers, PlaMsmts, roofers, Dyers, B!ockers,Pressers, Ftnishers. Corists, Parer% Setter., Velourers, Benders, Trurimers,

smd Alachtne Binders, to KEEP AWAY from Andecishaw the Dispute.
July 12, 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
The employers at all the mills gave one answer, that the steam would be infused as they stated last Saturday.

The employers at all the mills gave one answer, that the steam would be infused as they stated last Saturday.

In all probability notices be tendered at all the mills nezt Wednesday.
July 12, 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Factory Labour in In.

Factory Labour in In.

In the House of Commons, on Thursday night week, Mr. JAMES MACLEAN asked the Under-Secretary of State for India if he could now inform the House whether the Secretary of State had come to any decision as to the proposed amendment of the law for the regulwtion of factory labour i
May 24, 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
EAR N RISON KNITTER KNITS sorkinc, NEVER DEFEA rED. ribbed or .—;--- liil ; 27 .1%. WA. I - Z

EAR N RISON KNITTER KNITS sorkinc, NEVER DEFEA rED. ribbed or .—;--- liil ; 27 .1%. WA. I - Z

JD S . K NITS , WOOL. \:..C.) 4. 4 1 1 1 P 111 111311111113illat ."" SILK, or in 0 laury ,-zimil'oll 0 A pattern, au \ ‘‘ll', -.--• o machine. Illita l k / Great CHALLENGE : i - gr i 2 i gr i u n at Ae lot 1 a:g . .HiNg:: ~ i , I Medals won Iry the " New Ilarrimon " 1 Mao won th
May 24, 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
RONALD MONTEAGLE'S AUDACITY AT

RONALD MONTEAGLE'S AUDACITY AT

CHAPTER I. KITE MASKED BALL. The entertainment at Senator Whitbrook's was at its height, and the whole of Mortimer county toted the isa.,bed ball a grand success, and worthy the popular senator. The fine old house that had been built soon eter the Revolution, in old-fashion styl
October 4, 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE END.

THE END.

BOBBY'S EXPLANATION. —Mamma, dining out : " It isn't polite, Bobby, to smack your lips when eating, You never do that at home." Bobby: "'Cause we never have anything worth smacking over." Sir James Mackintosh invited Dr. Parr to take a drive in his gig. The horse became restive.
October 4, 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
The Affairs of Crookbottom Mum intnring Company. WrIEAN AND CREWDSON v. THE CROOKBOTTOM MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LIMITED.

The Affairs of Crookbottom Mum intnring Company. WrIEAN AND CREWDSON v. THE CROOKBOTTOM MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LIMITED.

On Tuesday, at the Chancery Court of Lancashire at Liverpool, before the Deputy Chancellor, Mr. F. W. Taylor, Mr. Hopkinson said this was a motion in a debenture holder's action. After the action was commenced there had been a petition in the High Court of Justice for winding up
October 4, 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England