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STALYBRIDGE.

STALYBRIDGE.

EASTER HOLIDAYS.—The whole of the mills in this district stopped on Thursday night week for the holidays until Monday morning. It is stated that one or two attempts were made at certain mills to induce the workpeople to work on the Saturday, but proved futile. THE or A PROIUSE.—
26 April 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
NOTES AND QUERIES. (Questions and answers intended for insertion in this column should arrive not later than Wed. nesday morning.] QUESTIONS.

NOTES AND QUERIES. (Questions and answers intended for insertion in this column should arrive not later than Wed. nesday morning.] QUESTIONS.

" G." writes:—Can any of your readers give me the cost of warping and slashing for a certain weight of yarn, wages only? " If. W." writes : Would any reader kindly inform me how to work out, in full, the capacity of a card? ANSWERS. John Lee writes :—I beg to submit the followin
26 April 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
DOT'S ~ 'AIRING.

DOT'S ~ 'AIRING.

• " Busy this morning, Roy ?" asked Mrs. Ethridge, as she stepped out on the veranda, where her brother was indulging in a cigar after breakfast among the vines and roses. "Not very," came the respon4e 13 he withdrew the cigar from his lips and looked at his sister in. quiringly
26 April 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
AUTOMATIC EXTINCTION OF FIRES HI THE WAL WORTH PATENT LINK SPRINKLER. This SPRINKLER has been Passed and Approved by the

AUTOMATIC EXTINCTION OF FIRES HI THE WAL WORTH PATENT LINK SPRINKLER. This SPRINKLER has been Passed and Approved by the

Fires Committee of London representing 55 Insurance Companies. The LINK is a New Departure and a Marked Improvemmt. For 'particulars apply to the Proprietors: HARDEN, STAR, LEWIS, SINCLAIR .CO., LTD., Cathedral Steps, Manchester. N.8.-,,The Sprinkler can be Seen in Operation at
26 April 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE COTTON FACTORY TIMES, FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 18130.

THE COTTON FACTORY TIMES, FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 18130.

with islands of all si,:es, and innumerable rocks and reefs, some of them only just visible above the water, and necessitating the most cautious navigation. Many of the islands are of an extraordinary shape, rising sheer from the water to an immense height, totally devoid of all
11 January 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
COTTON. SPINNING COMPANIES.

COTTON. SPINNING COMPANIES.

COTTON . SPINNING COMPANIES. Vernon Spinning Company, Stockport: Profit (six months), £2,181 1.35. Dividend, 6 per cent per annum, which will absorb £2,250. Spindles, 150,000. Keighley Green Spinning Company, Burnley: Profit (six months), £514. Dividend, 4 per cant per annum. Spi
11 January 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
The Crisis in the Bolton Cotton Trade.

The Crisis in the Bolton Cotton Trade.

Mr. J. Fielding, general secretary of the Bolton Operative Spinners' Provincial Association, writing on January 3rd, replies as follows to the letter of Mr. Alban Percival, published in ow columns last week : Sir—Your columns of yesterday contained a letter from Mr. Percival, un
11 January 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
By Her Majesty's Royal Letters Patent.

By Her Majesty's Royal Letters Patent.

11 January 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England