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[ALL RIGHTS RFSERTHD.] THE OLD FACTORY: A LANCASHIRE STORY,

[ALL RIGHTS RFSERTHD.] THE OLD FACTORY: A LANCASHIRE STORY,

WILLIAM WESTALL, Author of "Larry Lohengrin," "Rea Ryvington, CHAPTER XXXV. MATRIMONIAL PROJECTS. The day after Frank's declaration, there was a meeting of the fathers and mothers of the two families; for, although matters were taking the course which they had expected and desir
March 5, 1886 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LETTLUS TO TZZ ZDITOIL

LETTLUS TO TZZ ZDITOIL

LETTLUS TO TZZ Our readers can make Rood use of their local papers. and render us valuabie service by marking sill thing of interest to the working classes. and poSt 114: the same to our address, for which we shall be grateful. We must be our correspondents to send their it tiers
March 5, 1886 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ESTABLISHED 1815.

ESTABLISHED 1815.

Iron and Steel Boilers any IyA'. WELDING, FLANGING, DRILLING, PLANING, & RIVETING BY SPECIAL MACJITNERY. ALL RIVET HOLES DRILLED IN AFTER PLATES ARE BENT To For. MEAKIN'S PURE PACKET TEA IS THE BEST. 13E SURE YOU ASK FOR IT AT YOUR CO-OPERATIVE STORES. Sold in Packets at 2/-, 2
March 5, 1886 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
VOCtry.

VOCtry.

WHAT I WONDER. I wonder if baby ever thinks? And what does she think about? Why does she look so very sweet ? And why does she sometimes pout? I wonder what baby ever thinks That makes her so full of glee. And brings the rases to her face, And dimples, one, tv.o. three ? I wonde
May 11, 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
The Negro's Chayel and their Ways.

The Negro's Chayel and their Ways.

The Negro's Chayel their Ways. The Rev. Lucius Anderson is pastor of the Pletcherville Baptist Church (coloured), and is to Georgia what Rev. Mr. Talmage is to New York. The church, a half-finished, rustic wooden building, is not large enough to accommodate the crowds that gather
May 11, 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BARROWFORD.

BARROWFORD.

FIRE AT BARROWCEOCOn'S MILL. On Monday a fire took place at one of the lower spinniry , rooms at Barrowc lough's mill. The engin e was t'stopped, and the fire extinguished by means of water poured upon it from buckets. THE LATE STRIKE AT HIGHERFORD SRED.—The weavers who are out
May 11, 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Intor:stito notrospect of C 7 room.

Intor:stito notrospect of C 7 room.

On Saturday, Mr. Thomas Banks, secretary of the Preston Spinners Association, published a pamphlet entitled " A short sketch of the cotton trade of Preston for the last 67 years." We give the pamphlet in full : Fellow-Workmen and Friends,—Taking a retrospective view of the life
May 11, 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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May 11, 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BRIE= TRADE NOTES.

BRIE= TRADE NOTES.

BRADFORD. Business in the wool market is of a very restricted character and for immediate consumption. Stocks of English wool are only light, and staplers show no disposition to press sales by offering to yield slight concessions in price. The quotations of last week are firmly
May 11, 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES ON APPLICATION.

ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES ON APPLICATION.

"Slasher" Sizing and Warping Machines. Cop and Throstle Winding Machines. Drum Winding and Spooling Machines for Linen and Coloured Yarns. Hydraulic Cloth Presses. Dobbys 12 to 40 Shafts. Makers of Looms for Weaving Printers, Shirting% T Clothe, Domestics, Linen, and Sail Cloths
May 11, 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England