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His Silly Query

His Silly Query

A certain spinner had a qua broke. and we replacing thorn with stronger studs au they break, so that the hole requires tiling out. The spinner brought the broken stud to the cabin. The overlooker being busy with another job give the spinner a file, and told urn to be filing the
29 December 1911 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MOSSLEY.

MOSSLEY.

So far no definite effect has been caused by the weavers' lockout as very little weaving is done in the town. The only firma who have looms are Messrs. B. H. Buckley and and the Hayman Manufacturing Co., and neither firm have so far stopped their looms. A good proportion of the
29 December 1911 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SADDLEWORTH.

SADDLEWORTH.

FOOTINGS.—The employes of Messrs. R. Byrom, Linfitts Mill, lielph, held a party at the Albion Hall on Saturday evening. The proceedings consisted of dancing, whilst songs, etc., were given by the members of the company. The occaeion wee the footings of several new weavers. HOLID
29 December 1911 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
STOCKPORT.

STOCKPORT.

CHANGE—Mr. Roberts, has been employed as a slasher at Viaduct Mill, finished on Saturday. A slasher from the Ramsbnttnm district started at this mill on Wednesday morning. RESTART.- The mills and workshops restarted on Wednesday morning after a two days' stoppage for the Christm
29 December 1911 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BLACKBURN.

BLACKBURN.

NEW YEAR'S 1101ADAY.— The mills aml workslmps will be closed on Monday for the New Year's holiday's. RE-ELECTED.--Mr. T. Smith and Mr. Wellington H. Lang have been re-elected without opposition on the Board of Management of the Blackburn and Dietrict Weavers' Association for No.
29 December 1911 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
APPROVED SOCIETIES. UNIONS AND THE INSURANCE ACT. FEDERATION FORM A SOCIETY.

APPROVED SOCIETIES. UNIONS AND THE INSURANCE ACT. FEDERATION FORM A SOCIETY.

APPROVED SOCIETIES. UNIONS AND THE INSURANCE ACT. FEDERATION FORM A A apecial conference of the General Federation of Trade Unions was held on Thutreday at the Caxton Hall, Westminster, to consider their r.si- Lion under the National Insurance Act with a new to securing the best
29 December 1911 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
COTTON, YARN, AND CLOTH MARKET REPORTS.

COTTON, YARN, AND CLOTH MARKET REPORTS.

ht.hNCILESTER, Thursday Morning. Very little attention was paid to business during the pest week, and in spite of the threatened . 3 tAmpage of the cotton mills the festive season was kept up by the people. At the time of writing there one question being deemeed on 'Change, and
29 December 1911 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Wilson Bros. Bobbin Co. LIMITED, Garston Docks, LIVERPOOL, HAVE BEEN AWARDED GRAND PRIX At the Roubaix Exhibition, 1911. This makes

Wilson Bros. Bobbin Co. LIMITED, Garston Docks, LIVERPOOL, HAVE BEEN AWARDED GRAND PRIX At the Roubaix Exhibition, 1911. This makes

a total of 64 HIGHEST AWARDS INCLUDING 3 GRAND PRIX
29 December 1911 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Household. Hints.

Household. Hints.

PODDING.—A rich batter and fruit pudding can by made by the following recipe :—Chop up one pound of apples, and put them in a greased pudding basin, and sprinkle sugar over them; now make a batter of one egg, six ounces of flour, and one breakfustcupful of milk; one-half teaspoo
04 January 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
NELSON.

NELSON.

CHRISTMAS Hotaiwrs.—Work was resumed in the mills on Wednesday, having kept only Christmas Day as holiday. New Year's Day is not observed as a holiday in this neighbourhood. ACCIDENT.—On Thursday morning week Mr. John Barritt, engine tenter at Victoria Mill, slipped and had his
04 January 1889 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England