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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
 
Poetry. The Song of Life.

Poetry. The Song of Life.

Don't let the song go out of your Thought it chantt sometime., to flow In a minor etraM, it will blend again With the major tone, you know. Don't let the song go out of your life: Though your Tok,e hare its trill, Though toe tremulous note should die in your s throat. Let it sin
16 September 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
NOTICES TO CONTRIBUTORS.

NOTICES TO CONTRIBUTORS.

F. L. (Prepton).—Nearly all the " tall yarns" of the Yankee have been worked to death. Miss E. S. (Blackburn).—That story about a " man drunk on water' is resurrected every holi• day season. T. W. (Heywood).—We cannot say which town has won most prizes. We will try and get the i
16 September 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
\u wuld perhaps like to see some other

\u wuld perhaps like to see some other

. . of my daughter," said Lady Iredale. I skauld like it extremely." . brou7ht him an album entirely filled with •-aita of Mies Iredale. In yachting dress], in e deem, hunting costume. evening dress. and Mary's face on every page, dear face. ~,ed at each one until he was afraid
16 September 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Politics, Dectost.

Politics, Dectost.

The Voice That Breathed O'er Blackburn. A few of the workpeople at a mill in a village near Blackburn joined together, and formed a, band of carol singers. All went well at the practice, until one of the women, whoe voice, according to general opinion, would have done no discred
23 December 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ACCRINGTON.

ACCRINGTON.

OBITUARY—The officiate of the local Weavere Association have thin week paid a death claim to the relatives of one of their oldest members, Hannah Went, aged 72 years, of 22, Queen's-terrace, Accrington._ WEDDING.—Textile workers of Baxenden were interested in a wedding which too
23 December 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A QUEER COMPANION. THE ANCIENT'S VISION. BY NED WHEELGATE.

A QUEER COMPANION. THE ANCIENT'S VISION. BY NED WHEELGATE.

Aw'm a Bowton mon. an' aw like Bowton for a' it is a smoky place. An' if there's one spot mooar nor another wheer an like t' keawr me drawn for a quiet pipe it's at t' top o' Hallowi'-Deign Lone, noon far fro' Collier's Row. There's a form theer, an' yo'n a gran' view deawn into
16 September 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TEXTILE INSTITUTE CONGRESS.

TEXTILE INSTITUTE CONGRESS.

AIMS AND OBJECTS.
16 September 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England