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.A. New Market in South Africa.

.A. New Market in South Africa.

.A. Market in South Africa. It is somewhat difficult, says the Textile Recorder, to foresee what may be the amount of importance to the textile industries to be attached to the opening of a new market in South Africa, but it is satisfactory to know that the British Government has
July 6, 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BARN OLDSWICK.

BARN OLDSWICK.

WOREING UP.—The Well House Shed stopped at half-past four on Thursday afternoon week, only six warps being in at the time, the others having been previously woven up. The remaining bits of warps were taken to Butts' Shed to be woven up. About thirty looms were running at this pl
July 6, 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CLAIM FOR THE LOSS OF A THUMB.

CLAIM FOR THE LOSS OF A THUMB.

In the Court of Appeal, on Monday, the Master of the Rolls and Lords Justices Lindley and Lopes had before them the case of "Walsh v. Whiteley and another," an appeal by the defendants from the decision of Justices Wills and Grantham affirming the judgment of a county court judg
July 6, 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
r THE COTTON FACTORY TIMES, FRIDAY, %TUNE 22, Mu.

r THE COTTON FACTORY TIMES, FRIDAY, %TUNE 22, Mu.

r COTTON FACTORY TIMES, FRIDAY, %TUNE 22, Mu. 2nd. "The defect or failure to discover or remedy it must have arisen from the negligence of the person for whom the work is done, or of some person being in his service and entrusted by him with the duty of seeing that the condition,
June 22, 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A WEAVER'S CLAIM FOR WAGES.

A WEAVER'S CLAIM FOR WAGES.

At the Blackburn County Court on Monday, before His Honour Judge Coventry, Ellen Mimi], weaver, sued the Wensleyfold Manufacturing Company for 16s. wages in lieu of notice. Mr. Riley appeared for the plaintiff, who said she gave notice to leave on the Wednesday, and on Thursday,
June 22, 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MiNimmi Loageivity.

MiNimmi Loageivity.

Loageivity. in order to live 100 years, it has been announced that you must breathe all the out-of-door air possible, and breathe it deeply, and that you must take your sleep as nature indicates, eight or nine hours in the early part of the dark, which will allow you to be upend
May 14, 1886 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BURY AND ELTON.

BURY AND ELTON.

arrrA - - - WrkT rs "r?—At a certain mill in the • • or or manager seems to be finding fault with %%eovers who belongs to, or are supposed to to the local Weavers' Association, and diev,.:,,.!, .ng them at a moment's notice. The other • lig a weaver happened to corne to work at
May 14, 1886 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SABDEN.

SABDEN.

vTEE MILL.—In a previous sue we reported that the spinners and cardroom hands. employed by the Cobden Mills Company, .27,000 spindles, were running five days per week. caving agreed to this alternative in preference to eccepting a reduction in their wages. Since then the manager
May 14, 1886 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Allege& Intimiitatioa 137 rsotory eia at Brilold.

Allege& Intimiitatioa 137 rsotory eia at Brilold.

Allege& Intimiitatioa rsotory eia at Brilold. DRAGGING BOYS OUT OF BED ON A WARRANT. Before the county magistrates, on Monday, at Burnley, Mr. Proctor (Messrs. Backbones and Proctor), on behalf of Elizabeth Higson, weaver, Robinson-street, Burnley-lane, asked for a warrant agains
May 14, 1886 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FORCING AND ORCHARD HOUSES.

FORCING AND ORCHARD HOUSES.

VINKRY.—Vioes that have their roots in inside borders should be liberally supplied with water, and the shoots should be tied in good time. Vines in pots will require frequent supplies of liquid manure, and stopping of laterals must be attended to, to regulate the growth. Red spi
May 14, 1886 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England