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NOTICES TO CONTRIBUTORS'

NOTICES TO CONTRIBUTORS'

W. R. (Haelingdon).--The to of rat eleeping with a negro ia very old. J. W. (Hollingworth).— Owe joke will be published. The others are old ones. Joker (Higginehaw).—" Equal Shares" has appeared: the others will be published. A. H. (Blackburn).—The 'Prodigal Son" has been told "
26 August 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SPECIAL MOTIONS.

SPECIAL MOTIONS.

Many of the more or less recent improvements and special motions of the self-acting mule are equally applicable to the twiner, including such details as the backing-off chain, tightening motions, patent nosing motions, patent governing motions for regulating the upward movement
26 August 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Consolidating Trade Unions. CABINET-MAKERS' IDEA.

Consolidating Trade Unions. CABINET-MAKERS' IDEA.

Eleven years after the Trades Union Congress succeeded in establishing the General Federation of Trade Unions, another proposal for trade urion amalgamations will be proceeded with at forthcoming congress at Sheffield. The congress will attempt to secure the oonsolidation of the
26 August 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
PARALYSIS OF THE NERVES and Muscles. Child unable to meoe. An Astonishing Cure results from DR. CASSELL'S TABLETS.

PARALYSIS OF THE NERVES and Muscles. Child unable to meoe. An Astonishing Cure results from DR. CASSELL'S TABLETS.

Mrs. H. Wilkinson, 44, Flax-road, Belgrave, Leioester, writes —"My: little girl, aged three, suffered from infantile paralysis, and nerve and weakness. We had her some time under medical treatment, but derived no benefit. She could not stand, or turn over in bed. At last I tried
26 August 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BY 2R1A15 ' ^ 6 KARMAI 6 99 AtKIN6SI 64 • :RO K 044 BELTING • 33 SENO faR LIST

BY 2R1A15 ' ^ 6 KARMAI 6 99 AtKIN6SI 64 • :RO K 044 BELTING • 33 SENO faR LIST

1496, City, Manahlistar. Solt Prornetars and AI anu facturers SMALL & PARKES, L . hi VALE WORKS, MANCHESTER.
26 August 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A SATISFACTORY WAGES SETTLEMENT.

A SATISFACTORY WAGES SETTLEMENT.

Commenting upon the wages question a few weeks ago, when the Emorris' Federation decided to take no further action for a period of three months, we ventured to suggest that the ra id period should not be allowed to expire without some attempt being made in the meantime to arrive
22 July 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Sense and Nonsense.

Sense and Nonsense.

When is an umbrella of no use in a When it's it's at home. County Court Judge: " Are you a friend of de, fondant's?" Witness: "No; I'm his rnother.in. law." The King of England irs subject to all lane of the land. "Before we married you'd your life for me," she sobbed. "I it," b
22 July 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LITTLEBOROUGH.

LITTLEBOROUGH.

STOPPAGES AND OVERTIME—The Croft Head has again been stopped a portion of this week owing to slackness of trade. Also the make-up and dyeing departments at Wellfield Mill have been stopped from Friday to Tuesday owing to slackness. Owing to the weavers, etc., having to keep play
22 July 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
for Wives & Maidens EACH FOR ALL, AND ALL FOR EACH. By VESTA.

for Wives & Maidens EACH FOR ALL, AND ALL FOR EACH. By VESTA.

Yeses I had longed to go to France, snd to are the everyday I.le of the people there. i t was no use going to an hotel or a pension, for thew, all cater co much for English people that w e can gain but a very imperfect ides of what Frerch domestic life is. At I had an opprie of
22 July 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
To Advertisers.

To Advertisers.

The "Cotton Factory Times' is the recognised and only organ of the Textile Workers of Lancashire and adjoining Counties, and as such offers a splendid advertising medium. It is read by every section of those engaged in the great Cotton Industry, from employers and managers down
22 July 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England