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Weaving at Eighty.

Weaving at Eighty.

It falls to the lot of few to be and hearty and following daily toil in their 81st year, oh a di.inction is shared by Mr. Moos Holden, of 1. Giles-street, Padiham, who celebrated his 80th birthday on 2 6 th Oetohet• ohs be seen daily on his two looms at Messrs. Brook's soul, Pad
05 November 1915 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Thoughts for the Week. Look up, and not do% n ; out, and not in. Serray.t. Oh! little soul, be

Thoughts for the Week. Look up, and not do% n ; out, and not in. Serray.t. Oh! little soul, be

great; Show sweeter graces; Live, love, and labour In God's ways. SUNDAY. There is no so under-rate as duty of being happy. All the beautiful aentiments in the world weigh than a &Ingle lovely action. TUESDAY. Great nenaFtiona do n. heroes or cowards; they unveil them to the of
05 November 1915 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Women Croollng.

Women Croollng.

One bears many reports at present of young women having born in one mill arxt another, to do cleaning. The Oldham Spinners Assomattou in the past objected to the introductain of women Into the spimung-rooms to work as for which be well understood by persona acquainted with the t
05 November 1915 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
DANGER OF SERIOUS STOPPAGE

DANGER OF SERIOUS STOPPAGE

The ealletment of spinners and piers at llossley for tbe two weeks been or great that a large number of spindles have had to be stopped. Very few spinners have now the full complement of piecers. it is to be hoped (writes ocrrespendent) that the authorities wtll bear in mind tha
05 November 1915 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
By ANNIE THOMA, :GGGE.G‘SG.C66I4.4IIIII,IIIIeIaiLIi

By ANNIE THOMA, :GGGE.G‘SG.C66I4.4IIIII,IIIIeIaiLIi

"Warmest good wishes and very hearty congratulations, dearest Belle, on your engagement. Tell me more about it and him! My own affair is beginning to cause me anxiety. I wish I had not consented to a secret engagement. Father and mother are so unsuspicious, and have such absolut
10 April 1914 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
A FUNNY IMPRESSION. EIS WIFE'S WHIM. Br J. BILSBOROUGH.

A FUNNY IMPRESSION. EIS WIFE'S WHIM. Br J. BILSBOROUGH.

Aw'd just finished mi tea, wer' puffin' mu chair up t' th fire to have a comfortable nap, when t' owd woman suddenly axed, "What doesta say if we all go an' get oawr fottygraphs teen on Setterday?" Doesta mean nie on' thee b' cowl' acne, or yon' crush upstairs an' awl?" aw inqui
10 April 1914 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE COMPANIES' FEAD.

THE COMPANIES' FEAD.

TRADE UNIONISTS AND CO-OPERATORS COIOLNE. The reform of the people's insurance, which for years had been demanded an sides, with the exception of the insurance companies engaged in the people's life insurance business, has been realised through the far-seeing and well-oonsidered
10 April 1914 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Facts Wanted.

Facts Wanted.

Let me now deal with the statement re weavers getting 245. to 325. per week. It strikes me that I " Victim" is a great individual to make assertions, i but is hopelessly poor in bringing forward facts to sustain her statements. In than she has selected the weavers. who are in su
10 April 1914 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
PEERS AND THE W.E.A.

PEERS AND THE W.E.A.

WTIO IS LABOUR?
10 April 1914 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Anthrax From Wool. 'A PRACTICALT.V ONE-EYED RAWTEN- STALL MAN.

Anthrax From Wool. 'A PRACTICALT.V ONE-EYED RAWTEN- STALL MAN.

"I do want them. I Amid it, I t , cried the perplexed gentleman. who earange pea instinctively. On Tuesday Judge Sturgeon had before him, at I "Then hare a pair br , You Eawtenstall, the compensation case of Then. strong., aged 22, of 18, Victoria-street. Wateidoet. The idea of
10 April 1914 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England