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caused by irregularities of the digestive organs, _ to a state of good health and physical well-being. You can speedily get away from the . 4. 1 . depression that accompanies all forms of indigestion by taking what a vast number of W people have tried and found of the highest ef
26 August 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
NOTICES TO CONTRIBUTORS.

NOTICES TO CONTRIBUTORS.

J.B. (Oldham).—We cannot eee the joke. INC., Zomo, "Equality:" floe of the (Burnley), "The Reason:" Wheatley Lane.—Already in hand, or published. Pimbo.—Sorry you got into trouble over your skit. Why not change your non-de-plume? Your stories will appear in their turn. F.P. (Bur
08 July 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
NOTES ON PASSING EVENTS.

NOTES ON PASSING EVENTS.

The next few months, it is to be feared, will be anxious and trying times in the cotton trade. All doubts as to the scarcity of cotton are growing weaker day by day. It is apparent there is not sufficient cotton to keep the mills going until the arrival of the new crop, even if
24 June 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
NOTICES TO CONTRIBUTORS.

NOTICES TO CONTRIBUTORS.

Bert (Rochdale). 7 Too . improbable. Wheatley Lane (Burnley), J. K. (Bolton), E. M. (llarwen).—SimiLar have already appeared. Turn Fovrt (Bolton).—Your versrn are not of the humorous order. We have passed them on to the Editor of the " C.F.T." Volunteer (Ashton).—Your story is v
24 June 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SONG OF THE CLOGS; A TALE OF LANCASHIRE.

SONG OF THE CLOGS; A TALE OF LANCASHIRE.

Be the A trthor of " Meg Marston." " Millions ef Money." " The Ruby Ring." kc., &o.
24 June 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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• :U. Al 411. AL. . : 11* - I\ ' the awful depression that had hung over him for so long. They had gone on their journey no far without meeting with any adventures, but at a village near Rhyl they were reminded of the danger in which Bradley still stood by seeing outside a police
24 June 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Patten in Court THE LEGALITY OF corroN CORNERS.

Patten in Court THE LEGALITY OF corroN CORNERS.

Patten in Court THE LEGALITY OF CORNERS. A New York message states that the Federal Grand Jury appointed to investigate the alleged cotton in which the "Cotton King." Mr. James Patten, was believed to be concerned, has finished its labour, and the result is highly satisfactory to
24 June 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CnI,LECTORS COMMISSION.

CnI,LECTORS COMMISSION.

7To rar. nr TIPIE " F A(T)R TTMEA..I like •• R. T." th gate when he amwerall my mwt,n. what doe. he roprewant himself to he he collecte oontaibubone, for a Jew rate of than that which he iw orttitlorl onooive tO Wnrti " uncier-prios." Well. I think it ia nn we wer.ting time over
24 June 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
VOICES FROM THE SPINDLE AND THE LOOM. BOLTON.

VOICES FROM THE SPINDLE AND THE LOOM. BOLTON.

HALF-TIMERS.—It is reported by the Education Committee that the number of halftimers on the books of the primary schools shows decrease of 226 as compared with 12 months ago. The figures are for June 3rd. 1910; 1,306 on the register, and for the some time last year 1,532. ALTERA
24 June 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ACCRINGTON.

ACCRINGTON.

OBITUARY.—The death is recorded this week of Henrietta Bannister, age 23, of 244 Burnley-road, a weaver at Scaitcliffe Mill. The deceased, who was well known, had only been off work about three weeks. She was a member of the Weavers' Association, and the £6 death claim has been
24 June 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England