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Bradford Warehousemen's Dispute AN ARBITRATOR APPOINTED.

Bradford Warehousemen's Dispute AN ARBITRATOR APPOINTED.

In connection with the dispute between the wool warehousemen of Bradford and their employers, which was referred to arbitration a'ter three meetings of the Wages Board, the employers have appointed as their arbitrator Mr. J. H. Robinson, the president of the Cotton Spinners' Sec
September 9, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Notice to Prize Winners. Will pri. winners kmcf.iy send on • picture post card, so that we may complete an

Notice to Prize Winners. Will pri. winners kmcf.iy send on • picture post card, so that we may complete an

album of 52 cards ha.if-year. The album will be riven to the of the smartest or mod humorous receipt during' each perks].
September 9, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Factory Times" rostal Rates. FACTORY TIMES" can be ,:ent by every Thursday evening at the to,losing which are payable in

Factory Times" rostal Rates. FACTORY TIMES" can be ,:ent by every Thursday evening at the to,losing which are payable in

Advance:— To any Address in the United Kingdoin:, 3 month, ls. 6 months, 3,3 d 1 2 .."'" To Foreign Countries, the Coloniee, and Ind.,L 3 months, 2,2 d.; 6 month, 4, 44.1.; 12 mon.'" BcL
September 9, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ACCRINGTON.

ACCRINGTON.

BREAKDOWN.—A breakdown occurred at Broad Oak Mill on Thursday morning, owing to something being found wrong with one of the main crank arms of the engine. A restart was made on Monday morning. The Weavers' Association disbursed nearly £4O in breakdown pay on Wednesday night to t
July 1, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
lIASLINGDEN.

lIASLINGDEN.

EXTENSIONS.—At the meeting of the Town Council plans were passed for an extension tseheme at Grane-road Mill. OUTING.—A number of the weavers employed at Longshoot Mill had an enjoyable wagonette outing on Saturday afternoon to Brungerly Bridge, near Clitheroe. The outing arose
July 1, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
STOCKPORT.

STOCKPORT.

STOPPAGES.—The No. 1 and No. 2 Mills of the Ring Spinning Co., Ltd-, stopped last Friday night till this morning (Friday). The state of trade is given 116 the reason for stoppage. Stocktaking is also taking place during the stoppage. DEATH.—The death is announced of Mr. Joseph H
July 1, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE WAY TO SUCCESS.

THE WAY TO SUCCESS.

Every oottacwr and small householder ie in position to keep a and if the fowls properly looked after they will lay remarkably well and keep in perfect health and condition. Secrete of successful poultry keeping—written 1-. y an expert, for the people—shows how to keep poultry in
July 1, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Notice to Prize Winners. Will prise winners lonchy send receipt On a picture poet card. so that we may complete

Notice to Prize Winners. Will prise winners lonchy send receipt On a picture poet card. so that we may complete

an album of 52 nand. each had year. The album out he given to the sender of the smartest or moat humorous receipt during each perial.
July 1, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Children' s Corner. RULES

Children' s Corner. RULES

a) All writers become member. if they their answers to be judgrcl. This osn be accomplished by applying for a membership surd, encloeuig a halfpenny stamp for poetage. (2) Every member must promise to write to be to all animale, to obey their elders, and to try to be patient, un
July 1, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
matter," replied Mr. Fillingham. "And from what I know of Medway he will treat it as such. He is poor

matter," replied Mr. Fillingham. "And from what I know of Medway he will treat it as such. He is poor

enough. It is than probable that he knows nothing of the state of affairs, and is just dabbling to make a small commission. We must see him at once before he gets wind of its real value Though, of course, he is without money to buy himself." "Pith!" said Foxbrook, contemptuously
May 20, 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England