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3Xvorce in Five Countries.

3Xvorce in Five Countries.

If the wife of a Turooman asks his permission to go out, and he says "Go," without adding "Goms hack again," they are divorced. In Siberia, if a man is dissatisfied with the most trifling acts of his wife he tears a cap or veil from her face, an.l that constitues a divorce. . .
09 August 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BURT AN'D ELTON.

BURT AN'D ELTON.

SriNNEns' Pic.atic.—On Friday last a number of spinners employed at Messrs. J. A. Openshaw and Brothers, Pimhole, had a pleasant picnic to Middle. ton and district. The party left the mill shortly after eleven o'clock in the morning in wagonettes. After spending a few hours in t
09 August 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
DARWE N.

DARWE N.

ACCMENT.—A youth, named James Aspen, whilst engaged at his work at Livesey Fold Mill, has had one of his toes badly crushed by the hoist. MILL ALTERATIONS.—The workpeople emplv. - ed at Lower Darwen Mills. belonging to Messrs. AK. and R. Eccles, who have been stopped for a perio
09 August 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
RIPPONDEN.

RIPPONDEN.

Swerrmirso in TWINERS.—The object of the masters in this district is to pair the jennies and reduce the prioe. In one case 91 per 1001 b. has been taken, and the difference placed in their own pockets. This is only another mode of sweetening the present twiners who happen to get
09 August 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
OVERTIME AT CHADDERTON.

OVERTIME AT CHADDERTON.

At the Royton Police Court, on Wednesday, the Exors. of John Shaw, of the Cilenby Mill, Chadderton, were summoned in nine instances for running overtime.—Mr A. P. Vaughan (Factory Inspector) stated that on the 19th July he was opposite the mill, and heard the engine start at fiv
09 August 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CHEAP EMIGRATION.—YO NEW YORE OR PHILADELPHIA, From any Railway Station in Lancaabire, Yorkshire, Cheshire, or Derbyshire, £3 10s.: outfit, 55.;

CHEAP EMIGRATION.—YO NEW YORE OR PHILADELPHIA, From any Railway Station in Lancaabire, Yorkshire, Cheshire, or Derbyshire, £3 10s.: outfit, 55.;

saloon, 8 guineas. Texas, ,t 7 109 ; Buenos Ayres or Montevideo, £8 25., outfit included. No office can book cheaper. Only one payment. No railway fare, sc., to pay. Trains run alongside steamer. All Royal Mail steamers. No cattle boats. Lowest rates all parts.—Apply KEAN, Manch
09 August 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Street Scenes in Sapan.

Street Scenes in Sapan.

There is nothing perhaps more characteristic of scenes in Yokohama than the numbers of persons who pursue minor industries in the streets, carrying their little workshops with them, generally in the shape of small wooden/cabinets, two of which, to balance each other, are slung f
29 November 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
If She Were a Ma.

If She Were a Ma.

Were I a man, writes Ella Wheeler Wilcox, in the Chicago Tribune, I would never speak or write one disparaging or disrespectful word of any woman whom I did not know beyond the cavil of a doubt to be utterly unworthy. Even then I would only speak such words to warn others from h
29 November 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Household Hints.

Household Hints.

BREAD rIIDDING.—Tvro large cupfuls milk, on teaspoonful butter, one tablespoonful sugar, one, teacupful bread crumbs, one egg, and a little lemon rind or essence. Warm the milk and butter, po ur it over the crumbs, sugar, and lemon, break thi egg, stir the yolk into the mixture,
29 November 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
COTTON TRADE BOOKS

COTTON TRADE BOOKS

1111 with the Trade. WEAVING CALCULATIONS By C. P. BROOKS, :U.S.A., (lloncurs Medallist Cotton Manufacture), Late Lecturer on Cotton Spinning, Weaving, and Designing at the Blackburn Technical Schools. The most complete work on the Calculations required in the Cotton Weaving Ind
29 November 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England