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This Watch ill Suit You, Sir! THE "BRITON" . 440 . .. . . ALL 0 . ENGLISH MASSIVE CASES.

This Watch ill Suit You, Sir! THE "BRITON" . 440 . .. . . ALL 0 . ENGLISH MASSIVE CASES.

/4- il I DAMP AND DUST-PROOF ~ / , -.- CHRONOMETER BALANCE. It is the watch to please your fancy and meet yonr Retrial requirements. All that SKILL eau INVENT, . all that EXPERIENCE can SUGGEST, all that CAPITAL can COMMAND have been combined to prodnce this Splendid English Lev
23 November 1900 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A Tiny Watch.

A Tiny Watch.

There i a Berlin man who, it is said, is the proud possessor of a timepiece which is considered to be the most marvellous piece of mechanism ever put together. Ingenuity and human skill have been brought into operation, with the result that a watch has been constructed which mea
05 January 1900 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WEAVING LESSONS AND HINTS. BY F. W. H. THE WEAVING OF SMALL PATTERNS.

WEAVING LESSONS AND HINTS. BY F. W. H. THE WEAVING OF SMALL PATTERNS.

Many types of woven fabrics are of such small weaves that the ornamentation is scarcely noticeable, as in some twills, satins, velveteens, fustians, Re. The production of a really distinguishable pattern, such 116 a spot, floral effect, &c., requires more healds, picks, that can
05 January 1900 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LEES.

LEES.

OWL SPINNING Copy.—The mill b.sg.in work on Monday morning, the reservoir being supplied with water from the mains on Saturday evening and Sunday. The Oldham Boilerworks Company has this week delivered the third boiler, and it is how being placed into its due position. DEATH OF
05 January 1900 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LEIGH.

LEIGH.

SIIOCHINCi TO AN OPERATIVE.—A shocking accident betel an operative named John Watson, • middle-aged single man, employed as a sttipper and grinder by the Mather-lane Spinning Co., Ltd., Leigh, abont half-past eleven on Tuesday morning. It appears that Watson was engaged in putti
05 January 1900 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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Cotton Trad.o Outlnok• THE RIGIDITY OF TRADE UNION RULES.

Cotton Trad.o Outlnok• THE RIGIDITY OF TRADE UNION RULES.

SPEECH BY ALDERMAN T. THORNBEII, OF BURNLEY. Mr. Alderman Thomas Thornber, president of the Burnley Masters' Association and chairman of the Joint Committee of Employers and Employed in the cotton industry, dealt with several matters affecting the trade in a speech at the annual
05 January 1900 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Pigs. from Piles, inward o ontwarrl, send Sixteen Stamp for succeesinf care.—G. Hoisos, Chemist. Mond.

Pigs. from Piles, inward o ontwarrl, send Sixteen Stamp for succeesinf care.—G. Hoisos, Chemist. Mond.

05 January 1900 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Staffordshire Pottery Trade.

Staffordshire Pottery Trade.

The dispute in the Staffordshire Pottery trade, which affects about 20,000 workpeople, still tinues. The trade unions arc now working in conjunction, and there is some talk of arbitration. It is said that if the employers ask for a joint meeting the men will agroe to discuss the
11 May 1900 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Northern Counties' Weavers' Amalgamation.

Northern Counties' Weavers' Amalgamation.

MONTHLY MEETING AT PRESTON. The monthly meeting of the Northern Counties' Weavers' Amalgamation was held on Saturday at Preston, all the 33 districts being represented. It was stated that Mr. Pearson, Hebden Bridge, and Messrs. Southworth, Clitheroe, were not paying list prices
11 May 1900 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
No. 6. FELT HATTERS' AND . . , . TRIMMERS' UNIONS.

No. 6. FELT HATTERS' AND . . , . TRIMMERS' UNIONS.

We Appeal to You! 'LAVING now partly stated our case, we ask that you should help us to maintain the position we have taken up. We believed that you desired a Mark of Distinction between Fair and Foal-made Goods, and, so far as possible to us, we have religiously endeavoured to
11 May 1900 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England