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IS "VICTIM" A 'VICTIM.

IS "VICTIM" A 'VICTIM.

To TEE ED/TO3 OF THE " FACTORY TIMES." Sir,—! very much question whether "Victim," if we could have the correct information, in a victim under the new list. The last letter re above is a very poor effort to show to cardroom workers that the liet, when thoroughly understood and p
10 April 1914 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
The Children's Health. SCHEME OF ALDERMAN M. B. FAIR.

The Children's Health. SCHEME OF ALDERMAN M. B. FAIR.

Alderman M. B. Farr (Mayor of Mossley), who is also the local secretary of the Cardroom Opera. tress' Association, is considering an important scheme for the medical treatment of children suffering adenoids and other afflictions peculiar to the young. Speaking at a Labour meetin
10 April 1914 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Disease From " Shuttle-Kissing." 'MEDICAL OFFICER AND "FERTILE FOURCE OF COIIIIL'NICATION."

Disease From " Shuttle-Kissing." 'MEDICAL OFFICER AND "FERTILE FOURCE OF COIIIIL'NICATION."

In annual report the meaical officer of noldswick attributes cases of pulmonary tuberoulosis, of whioh 33 were notified, with nine death, to the practioe of " shuttle kissing" in mills. " The 'shuttle kissing these weaving distridts I have not the least doubt, the fertile source
10 April 1914 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
•-:-' ' II 77 Dishes decide " ! --....,_. - ' i 422110 'O6Z/ 1 . I . ~ I

•-:-' ' II 77 Dishes decide " ! --....,_. - ' i 422110 'O6Z/ 1 . I . ~ I

I HUDSON'S ..e . im SUPER SOAP, GIVE SUPER SOAP A TRIAL HAT is all the famous old firm of 1 Hudson's ask. They are content to let the Dishes, the Clothes, or the Woodwork washed with it be their advocate in the controversy on the greater service of Soap or Super Soap. HUDSON'S S
10 April 1914 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE HOURS OF LABOUR ABROAD.

THE HOURS OF LABOUR ABROAD.

An abstract of foreign labour statistics, which has just been issued by the Board of Trade, serves to draw attention to the question of hours of labour in our textile factories here. According to the abstract mentioned, the hours which women may work are restricted to 58 weekly
27 January 1911 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WEAVERS AND SHUTTLE THREADING.

WEAVERS AND SHUTTLE THREADING.

, Is the shuttle-kissing agitation going to result in something more on this occasion than a newspaper discussion? We hope so. As we said the other week, we should like it to be ascertained whether the operatives favour doing all they can to make a suitable self-threading shuttl
27 January 1911 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
NOTES ON PASSING EVENTS.

NOTES ON PASSING EVENTS.

A weaving strike of very short duration in the daddleworth district was settled on Saturday between the firm and the officials of the local Weavers' Association and the Amalgamation. The strike was the result of some disagreement as to the method in which the looms should be wor
27 January 1911 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Not To Be Patronised.

Not To Be Patronised.

Wonderful." The other day I eaw a minder ruining through a mill nut lery far from Oldham shouting: Has anyho . dy t' gaffer? I've a loose pulley fast I" _ Latic., Oldham.
27 January 1911 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BURNLEY.

BURNLEY.

EXCELLENT.—Last week, for the first time for several years, the Burnley Weavers' A6BO was free from clain for stoppages through breakdowns or repairs. COTTON COLLECTIONS. —Burnley and district has so far, through its operatives in mills and workshops, contributed £BlO to the Cot
27 January 1911 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BILLET IN A BALE.

BILLET IN A BALE.

FROM TEXAS STATE TO "TEXAS" MILL.
27 January 1911 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England