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April 27, 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
PADIHAM.

PADIHAM.

GRANTS.—During the past fortnight grants have been made by the Weavers' Association in, aid of the Garden Vale weavers, Collie. THE NEW SnEns.—Active efforts are being put forth to get the new sheds at work, and it is probable that before the end of another month looms will be a
March 23, 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
18.26 x 30 _ 28.68 S. W.

18.26 x 30 _ 28.68 S. W.

1909. In respect to the 67 inches put up. I fail to see where that length can be put up, when the carriage only travels 63 inches, unless the rollers turn while the mule is running up. James Stephenson.—The date of the Acts are 1802, 1819, 1833, 1847.
March 23, 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Zonsehold 'Lints.

Zonsehold 'Lints.

a Cut in taoadslticweos tab' onions, four carrots, three lar ge turnips, G i l. n a , c ; s r p ot oo a n to f e u s l , s an or d r o je n e e ; s sea tick son of celery with ; pepper and salt. Cut a pound and a half of lean beefsteak into sm ell slices, and lay altogether in a
January 20, 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
HOLLINWOOD.

HOLLINWOOD.

THREATENED AT MELROSE MILL.—The reelers employed at Melrose Mill, Hollinwood, have given a week's notice on account of a dispute with the firm. We are informed that there is also considerable friction in connection with other departments at the same mill, which may end in a stri
January 20, 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CONGLET.ON.

CONGLET.ON.

OP Frac —On Tuesday evening about, nine o'clock, a lire broke out at Councillor Chatwin's Mill, Canal-street. The flames were speedily extinguished, very little damage being done. The hands were able to resume their employment on the day following.
January 20, 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
HUDDERSFIELD.

HUDDERSFIELD.

TRO'CBLE AHEAD.-At a certain firm in the die.; trict the twiners have received notice of a serioua l reduction in their wages. It is to hal - loped that the.. society will take the matter up. All the twiners, it is said, are members. TRADES Couscm.—The usual monthly meeting of t
January 20, 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
JAPAN.

JAPAN.

Mail advices from Yokohama, dated December 9. report a strong demand for imported yarns and shirtings. There had been a strong and sustained demand for silk also, in spite of the discouraging advices from the European and United States markets and an advancing exchange, on both
January 20, 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
-brancho Lam Cam AN UNPROTECTED HOIST IN A MILL AT LEES.

-brancho Lam Cam AN UNPROTECTED HOIST IN A MILL AT LEES.

- brancho Lam Cam AN UNPROTECTED HOIST IN A MILL AT LEES. PENALTY OF 4E5. On Wednesday, at the Ashton County Police Court, before Thomas Harrison and Frank Andrew, Esqs, the Leesfield Spinning Company, Limited, were summoned for having an unprotected hoist. Mr. Vaughan, factory i
January 20, 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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November 5, 1886 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England