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Zayzaent of Accounts to tho "Factory

Zayzaent of Accounts to tho "Factory

Illany questions have been asked as to the payment of accounts for the Factory Times. Inasmuch as "short reckonings make long friends" we shall request that payments be made every week, or good references sent, or we shall be compelled to reserve to ourselves the liberty of disc
September 24, 1886 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LARGEST AND BEST APPOINTED

LARGEST AND BEST APPOINTED

WORKS IN THE TRADE. SPECIALITIES: TUBES and BOBBINS strengthened with W.B.'s Patent Steel-Plate Shields are the best in Lightness and 1)7'7-ability. Upwards of 10 millions in use. Beware of Infringements. SUPERIOR RING BOBBINS with METAL PROTECTORS.—Every Bobbin Tested and Guara
September 24, 1886 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE imairrs AND THE CFION.

THE imairrs AND THE CFION.

imairrs AND THE CFION. " It was during that period that the Knights of Labour began their work of gathering all men of all trades and ceilings into one organisation. Our work up to the present time has merely been in the line of laying the foundations. Some men who labour, as wel
September 24, 1886 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CLITHEROE

CLITHEROE

STATE OF TF.ADE AND Parsrxr.—T saw in the Guardian of last Saturday an advertisement of a sale of valuable and extensive cotton spinning mills, weaving sheds, and manufacturing premises, situate at Clitheroe. This large mill has been stopped about sixteen months. At the time it
March 27, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
T.NGLISII MACHINERY,

T.NGLISII MACHINERY,

In one large factory which we visited, containing nearly 70,000 spindles, and 800 looms, we were informed that all the spinning and weaving machinery, and also the eneines, were made in England. The director stated unhesitatingly that he considers English machinery the hest of a
March 27, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Ideotiag O General Council •at Bolton.

Ideotiag O General Council •at Bolton.

The Northern Counties' Amalgamated Associa. tions of Weavers will hold a general council meeting at Bolton next Saturday, when the following tions will be under oonsideration :- 1. Minutes of last rrmeting. Mara! 7th, 1885. 2. Account of payments for Faddism and Burnley strikes.
March 27, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Garbolng Nato for the Weak.

Garbolng Nato for the Weak.

Nato for the Weak. KITCHEN GARDEN AND FRAME GROUND, Beet for early supplift should now be sown; .5 small bed will suffice in the majority of gardens. Bnoccotts.—Bow the late kinds at once, and trans Plant before they become crowded. Cabbages for main crops must now be sown plant
March 27, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FORCING AND ORCHARD HOrSES,

FORCING AND ORCHARD HOrSES,

HOUSE. Clear everything but whet properly belongs to it out of this house, for little success can be expected if the trees are crowded uti with other subjects. Keep the borders well watered, the trees syringed where they are out of bloom, and the house well aired. PaAcit HOUSE.—
March 27, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Over Work.

Over Work.

In reference to the second point employers in general still act as if the more hours they can cram into the day without a relapse was a criterion of the labour advanced. Now no theory is more suicidal to their own interests, and has been proven so times beyond number, and that,
January 23, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
INQUISITIVE CHILDREN.

INQUISITIVE CHILDREN.

Never laugh at a child when it asks a "foolish question." It is nc,t foolish to the child. If a child is sensitive, one instance of laughter and ridicule, in such a case, might for ever chill its aspirations after self-education. No matter how trivial a child's question may be,
January 23, 1885 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England