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I ..... TECHNICAL I SALLY BUT TER'OTH' S i REMINISCENCES OF A STRIKE. WHAT WORKERS' I - Peat Free l

I ..... TECHNICAL I SALLY BUT TER'OTH' S i REMINISCENCES OF A STRIKE. WHAT WORKERS' I - Peat Free l

VISITOR. _ CHILDREN MISS. a d ' A MOSSLEY COCKNEY'S Read* C.otten Tear lalb" n Common Sense in Cotton Spinnine" - ...1... Preetomeht " Yeene Amistant le Lott. Sp.:nine" Thorniev: "Ealeulatuana in Spin- DIFFERENT CLASSES, - linom -- D. W. BA IMSLEY, BY C.W.S. (London). ___ _BY SA
05 November 1915 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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05 November 1915 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Take Thought

Take Thought

comerning your digestion. Con- sider how essential It is that so important a function should be maintained unimpaired and constantly equal to the demands made upon it. While it is generally true that a sound digestion implies good health, it is always true that a weal or impaire
05 November 1915 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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l iz t ate"; _ DISCOUNT off every at H. Samuel's to-day I THOUSANDS - , OF BARGAINS 35p 1, .Watch , s. - I,..?Wrdles:of i TZ! i ~;,, op I:utast., y. ' mo ey,aving - 4,;:gla. : ..._< CALL NOW! io r FINE BOAT-SET SIM P. s loatnocuta , 36/ _ 1—.1.0 Ai LUCK‘ " ^.‘ nl i • Lifetime's
05 November 1915 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Household. Hints.

Household. Hints.

PODDING.—A rich batter and fruit pudding can by made by the following recipe :—Chop up one pound of apples, and put them in a greased pudding basin, and sprinkle sugar over them; now make a batter of one egg, six ounces of flour, and one breakfustcupful of milk; one-half teaspoo
04 January 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
NELSON.

NELSON.

CHRISTMAS Hotaiwrs.—Work was resumed in the mills on Wednesday, having kept only Christmas Day as holiday. New Year's Day is not observed as a holiday in this neighbourhood. ACCIDENT.—On Thursday morning week Mr. John Barritt, engine tenter at Victoria Mill, slipped and had his
04 January 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
The Mary Sizing ann. Steaming Discussion at Buzzley.

The Mary Sizing ann. Steaming Discussion at Buzzley.

The discussion upon " Heavy Sizing and Steaming in Weaving Sheds," which had been adjourned from a previous date, was continued on Sunday evening last, in the Co-operative Hall, Burnley. Mr. Henry Hargreaves occupied the chair, anti there was a fairly good attendance. Mr. THOMAS
04 January 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SECOND PRIZE, 22. ed,

SECOND PRIZE, 22. ed,

How He subbed His Chest. The following is not only original, but true. My pal and I work in a cloth warehouse: he is noted for general good health, and also for his great eareleesness. Just for a week or two back be has been about a chest. The other night, soon after he and his
14 March 1913 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Jem's "Get-Out."

Jem's "Get-Out."

Jem Lt- is a spinner at a p'ame Man- Pester. He ia always getting into some scrape or other, both at work and at home, and sometimes it is a mystery how he escapes. He arrived home from his the other day, and he prepared to make a good fire, for he had got wet th rough. In a' mi
14 March 1913 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
a female form came struggling forward, revealing to the astonished and sympathising eyes of .Nat a young girl wet and

a female form came struggling forward, revealing to the astonished and sympathising eyes of .Nat a young girl wet and

weary—vet, even in her draggled and exhausted condition, beautiful and imposing.
14 March 1913 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England