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THE COTTON YEAR BOOKS' 1916. JUST MDT. NEW AND REVISED EDITION WITH ADDITIONAL MATTER. INDISPENSABLE TO ALL ENGAGED IN THE

THE COTTON YEAR BOOKS' 1916. JUST MDT. NEW AND REVISED EDITION WITH ADDITIONAL MATTER. INDISPENSABLE TO ALL ENGAGED IN THE

INDUSTRY. PosT Ins Rs. ed., D. W. BARDSLEY , TECHNICAL BOOKSELLER, 43, Yorkshire Street, Oldham, and Market Hall, Ashton-under-Lyne.
March 24, 1916 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BUILD UP STRENGTH WITH OSO

BUILD UP STRENGTH WITH OSO

Haase. Landes. 11.0.
March 14, 1913 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TOWARDS UNITY.

TOWARDS UNITY.

AIMS OF CO-OPERATORS AND TRADE UNIONISTS.
March 14, 1913 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WOMEN'S GUILD CAMPAIGN. Br MARGARET LLEWELYN DAN-IEB.

WOMEN'S GUILD CAMPAIGN. Br MARGARET LLEWELYN DAN-IEB.

For some weeks we have been bearing much about a movement towards greaterunes between the forces of co-operation, trade un i„ e . ism, and labour. So far, there seems to b e considerable agreement as to a closer ,onneetion between the two forces, at rate. It is, therefore, usefu
March 14, 1913 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
VENO'S

VENO'S

At Swarm. ig,t.rarert Loodol 11 1111.1)111., 111,111 . —Vrwo • LIGIBTIM.I.I 1:0110• ,11111 monnooed of tarredlents. Is 11 MOllt eroeilet rolled, broach... aathius. all long Th.purrot d *urea reilleftY obrainable for COUGHS and COLDS INFLUENZA COLDS CIIILDREA'S COLISH: , BAD BREA
March 14, 1913 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Letters to the Editor.

Letters to the Editor.

WEAVERS AND A BREAKAGE TEST. fro TRE EDITOR OF TIIE "FACTORS TIMES."I vad reports and suggestiont in receet issues of the "Factory Times" of efforts to bring about a eolution of tisi bad material ques*Jo.. ..Weaver," in letter lost week, wiya that preeent system of inrpection wi
March 14, 1913 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Seventy Years' Work.

Seventy Years' Work.

DEATH OF AGED BACUP OPERATIVE. The death took place at 23, Alma-street, Bacup, on Monday, of a veteran worker in the person of Mr. Thomas Stettin, who was nearly 76 years of age, and who for nearly 60 years had been in the employ of Messrs. Hargreaves, Tong Bridge lineup, and ha
March 14, 1913 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
" APPROVED " SICKNESS. j 'HEALTH" ACT THAT MAKES PEOPLE ILL. 15 IT I DODGE OF THE DOCTORS? BY CANDID CRITIC.

" APPROVED " SICKNESS. j 'HEALTH" ACT THAT MAKES PEOPLE ILL. 15 IT I DODGE OF THE DOCTORS? BY CANDID CRITIC.

The earliest and most startling result of the Insurance Act has been the enormous increase of sickness in every part of the ootmtry. This been noticeably no among "approved" females; to much to that many unions membersnip to largely feminine are already looking with appm beriaio
March 14, 1913 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Cop Packers' List.

Cop Packers' List.

The frrrtnightly meeting of the sub-oommittee of the Oldham Master Cotton Spinners' Association and the Uniform List Committee of the Cop Packer.' Association took place on Monday night at the employers offices, to further consider the Uniform List. Mr. K Trdvis presided. in the
March 14, 1913 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE LABOUR FIELD. MEN AND MOVEMENTS.

THE LABOUR FIELD. MEN AND MOVEMENTS.

Peace has happilY been restored on the ,Midland Railway. Guard itichardson has been re-instated, and the difficulty which led to his discharge is not likely to arise again, the company haying undertaken that written instructions shall be given with orders which aro in conflict w
March 14, 1913 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England