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DAMAGE TO HOUSES.

DAMAGE TO HOUSES.

T.L.—Au adjoining landowner is entitled to be protected against any injury from his neighbours property, and in your case we should advise you to instruct your solictor to write to the offending party, and claim damages for the injury done to your property. RHCONVEYANCE MORTAGED
05 May 1899 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MEETINGS OF EMPLOYERS.

MEETINGS OF EMPLOYERS.

Meetings of the district associations of employers comprised in the North and North-east Lancashire Employers' Association were held on Monday to consider the situation and formulate instructions to the Central Committee. These were of a particularly private character. The Prest
05 May 1899 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TACKLERS' STRIKE AT BURNLEY.

TACKLERS' STRIKE AT BURNLEY.

The strike of overlookers at James Walton Limited, Bishop House and Elm-street, still continues. It is stated that the places of the men are filled up. The Tacklers' Association are fighting the question as stoutly as possible. The dispute has opened up in the most curious way p
05 May 1899 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WATERHEAD.

WATERHEAD.

BEING KEPT IN THE lliftiz.—At a mill in the district the management refuse to allow their piecework tenters to go home when their frames are stopped for want of material. The injustice of keeping these people in the mill for two or three hours at a time when their wages are-at a
05 May 1899 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
RAMSBOTTOM.

RAMSBOTTOM.

INSPECTOR'S Visrr.—The inspector recently paid a visit to some of the mills, and the process of taking samples of the air in the shed caused some humour amongst the operatives. REPAMS.—A short stoppage of the machinery at the Victoria Mill commenced on Friday night, owing to the
05 May 1899 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BARROWFORD.

BARROWFORD.

Dammo.—A correspondent writes : Considerable feeling seems to prevail at a firm here. Complaints have previously reached the proper quarter, but certain other incidents happened which caused no action to be taken. Last week we learn that two weavers received notice to leave thei
05 May 1899 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
---- 1-....,THE-LATEST SANITARY IDICOVERY F SELF vrASHER * T H E SAFE WASHER

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05 May 1899 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
NEZT WE. "No. 119, GREAT PORTER SQUARE!" By B. L. FARJEON. SEE PAGE L

NEZT WE. "No. 119, GREAT PORTER SQUARE!" By B. L. FARJEON. SEE PAGE L

05 May 1899 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Fatherly Irish Policsmon.

Fatherly Irish Policsmon.

The despotism of the Dublin police has its benevolent, even fatherly, side. The last time I arrived at the North Wall, in the cold grey of a winter morning, I heard a great rosy giant of a policeman expostulating with a poor waif of the night who was trying unseasonably to gain
21 April 1899 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
AGE FOR WORK.

AGE FOR WORK.

T.S.—Apply at your local school board for s copy of the local bye laws. The girls appear to be too young for half-timers as they have not passel the proper standard.
21 April 1899 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England