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BOLTON.

BOLTON.

FIRE AT A COTTON WASTE WAREHOUSE.—EarIy Tuesday morning smoke and fire were oteprved issuing from Mr. Leonard Wild's cotton waste establishment in Independent-street, and an alarm was raised. The Borough Fire Brigade were soon on the spot, and, after an hour's work, had got the
08 June 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
PRESTON.

PRESTON.

OF WP.AVERS.—For several weeks past the weavers employed at Swillbrook and Deepdale Mills have been working in a very unsettled state owing to the proposal of the firm to reduce the price of weaving one class of sateens. The representatives of the weavers had several interviews
08 June 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CHORLEY.

CHORLEY.

THE FALLIIRE OF A CHORLEY MANUFACTURER.-At the Bolton Bankruptcy Court, on Monday, Thomas Forrester, who carried on business at Crosse Hall Mills, Cborley, appeared on his first public examination, having liabilities returned at £6,949 Bs. 2d., and assets estimated to produce £3
08 June 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MOSSLEY.

MOSSLEY.

SUDDEN DEATH.-My. Samuel Potts. silk throwliter, Brown-street Mill, was on Tuesday morning found dead in bed at his residence, Park•lane. Deceased had not been well for some time, and had been medically attended by Mr. Somerville, On Monday evening, when he went to bed, he appea
08 June 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
NEW LIMITED COMPANIES.

NEW LIMITED COMPANIES.

Wood Top Room Power Company, &coley, Capitai £20,000, in £5O shares, to erect a weaving shed. scribers; W. Shepherd, manufacturer; 0. Keighley, loom maker; T. Heap, contractor; J. Heap, contractor; W. Stanworth, slater; and M. Watson, valuer. J. Tatham and Sons, machinists, Roch
08 June 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Loaning Towers.

Loaning Towers.

The Leaning Tower of Pisa, in Italy, is one of the architectural wonders of the world. It has been made familiar to most readers by pictures and by descriptions. If 't were the only example of that kind of building, the plan and purpose of its builder would be much more of a mys
08 June 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LEICESTER.

LEICESTER.

The wool market continues pretty much as last week, with no material change in demand or values. Consumers of deep-grown lustre wools find the supply unusually small, and staplers demand extreme rates, but users of the finer fleece wools are reported as having plenty of raw mate
08 June 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Voetrp.

Voetrp.

LINES WRITTEN ON 'VISITING SCAW FELL, CUMBERLAND, MAY 20th, 1888. What mighty force has been at work, To rear those mountains high, An agency which always lives, And never, never, dies. Your grim black face confronts the view, With visage wild and strong, And gazing at your frow
29 June 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
INFECTION FROM ANIMALS.

INFECTION FROM ANIMALS.

Everyone is familiar with the fact that trichi. niasis comes to man through the hogs, and to the hog from infected rats thrown into the stye. Of the transmission of glanders from animals to man there is no doubt. In Egypt purulent ophthalmia is known to be often carried from tho
29 June 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
iteNTED DOWN, OR, MURPHY, THE DOD WORTH MURDERER. BY E. M. HOOD.

iteNTED DOWN, OR, MURPHY, THE DOD WORTH MURDERER. BY E. M. HOOD.

iteNTED DOWN , MURPHY, THE DOD WORTH MURDERER. BY E. M. HOOD. CHAPTER XXIII. IN THE OF TIME. The faint into which Mary Kennedy fell after the terrible scene of which she had been an unwitting spectator, came to her just in time. Hardly a minute had elapsed since unconsciousness c
29 June 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England