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lIOLLINWOOD.

lIOLLINWOOD.

RESUMPTION or WORE. The engines of the Albion Spinning Company commenced running again on Monday morning, after having been stopped a week, in consequence of a breakdown.
06 May 1887 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Workmen and. their DiAcuities.

Workmen and. their DiAcuities.

Mr. B. Knowles, writing to the Labour Tribune, says :—I promised to deal with some of the difficulties closely connected with union itself, and I now proceed to the task. I cannot, of course, pretend to deal with all such difficulties, but will select those which I consider to b
06 May 1887 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LIST OF ADVERTISING . CHARGES. LEGAL NOTICES, PROSPECTUSES, BALANCE SHEETS, PUBLIC MEETINGS, SALES BY AUCTION, TENDERS, CONTRACTS, INSURANCE NOTICES, &c.

LIST OF ADVERTISING . CHARGES. LEGAL NOTICES, PROSPECTUSES, BALANCE SHEETS, PUBLIC MEETINGS, SALES BY AUCTION, TENDERS, CONTRACTS, INSURANCE NOTICES, &c.

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06 May 1887 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CHAPTER %XXIX. REJOICINGS AT DI

CHAPTER %XXIX. REJOICINGS AT DI

DISCOPE.P.Y- WELCONE AND RECONCILIATION. A noble yet desolate place was the mansion house and grounds of Dundarra. The building, which was a handsome modern structure, was approached by a fine avenue, nearly a mile in length, straight almost as an arrow, and lined on either side
18 February 1887 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Indian Cotton Mille.

Indian Cotton Mille.

Time. of India. (28th says of Indian cotton mill shares :—The Jarnshed Manufacturing (7ompany has just issued a very satisfactory account of the working of the company for the past half year. The mill commenced work in April, and the profits earned during the nine months ended 3
18 February 1887 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
HUDDERSFIELD.

HUDDERSFIELD.

ACCIDENT.—On Monday afternoon, at the Hearthrng Company's Works, Brook-street, an accident occurred by which four persons received injury. There was at the works a hoist used chiefly for hoisting and lowering goods from one storey to another, but the workpeople, except the forem
18 February 1887 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BRIT= TRADE NOTZS. -- – BRADFORD.

BRIT= TRADE NOTZS. -- – BRADFORD.

BRIT= TRADE NOTZS. -- - BRADFORD. The demand in English fleece wools is on a very limited scale. Spinners buy only to cover pressing requirements. The prices offered are generally below current quotations, but staplers hold light stocks, and fled difficulty in replacing them at p
18 February 1887 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Wigan all. Technical Educatiou

Wigan all. Technical Educatiou

On Wednesday, a meeting of the committee of the Wigan Mining and Mechanical School was held in the school, for the purpose of transecting business having direct reference to proposals for extending technical instruction in Wigan and the district. The Rev. Canon Fergie, chairman
13 May 1887 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ROCHDALE.

ROCHDALE.

THE MACHIN - 2 ,a.—There is a sli g ht improvement in the machine trede of this district, ai,•l Messrs. Mason are busier now than has been case for the last four years. Messrs. Tatham's an's Messrs. Robinson's are also busily engaged. ACCIDENT TO A SPINNER.—An accident occurred
13 May 1887 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
OPPOSITION TO PIECEWORK.

OPPOSITION TO PIECEWORK.

Organised carpenters set their faces against piecework. says the Baltimore Free Press, and have pretty well wiped out that mode of work so much in vogue a few years ago. At first the piece worker may get a fair price for his work, but as others fall into line and become his comp
13 May 1887 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England