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Waterhead Cotton Students' Visit.

Waterhead Cotton Students' Visit.

The 36th annual report of the Women's Trade Union League shows a total affiliated membership On Saturday about sixty members of the Water- at present of about 185,000 women. A good record head Mutual Cotton Class paid a visit of inepec- of work during 1909 for the betterment of
06 May 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TIM BOBBIN. WELTERS COLLECTORS' COMMISSION. _ rTo THE EDITOR Tli FACTOR! 7173::87")

TIM BOBBIN. WELTERS COLLECTORS' COMMISSION. _ rTo THE EDITOR Tli FACTOR! 7173::87")

TIM BOBBIN. WELTERS COLLECTORS' COMMISSION. _ THE Tli FACTOR! Sir,—" Interested" says that under present conditions no such thing as a standard rate of commission for all the districts is possible. That is a definite position to take up. He pictures two difficulties: One is the g
06 May 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
MARPLE & COMPSTALL.

MARPLE & COMPSTALL.

PROMOTION.—Mr. James Burgess, who for years been under manager in the weaving department at Hollings Mill, Marple, has been appointed manager of the large Mills at Ashton-under-Lyne, where he lea. formerly an overlooker.
06 May 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
VOICES FROM THE SPINDLE AND THE LOOM. BOLTON.

VOICES FROM THE SPINDLE AND THE LOOM. BOLTON.

PLANS.—The Bolton Corporation have approved plans by Meson. J. Chadwick and Bro. for entrance to mill at Bagley; Messrs. J. Harwood and Son for new hoist and entrance to in Itishton Lane; Meesrs. W. Heaton and Sons for cotton warehouse at Lostock; Messrs. E. Entwistle and Co. fo
06 May 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LONGRIDGE.

LONGRIDGE.

PROPOSED FEDERATION.—A meeting of the committees of every eection of textile workers in the manufacturing department will be held to-morrow (Saturday) afternoon, at the Forreeters' Arms Rotel, for the purpose of discuesing the formation of a local branch of the Northern Counties
06 May 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BARNOLDS WICK.

BARNOLDS WICK.

FOOTBALL.—The competition for factories and workshops was brought to a close on Saturday. The rival teams were Mr. John Wilson's Butt Mills, and Boocock Bros., Long Ing Shed. After having played twenty minutes' extra time the game was again drawn. Since the match the committee o
06 May 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Overlooker's Heroism. TERRIBLE FATALITY AT BOLTON.

Overlooker's Heroism. TERRIBLE FATALITY AT BOLTON.

The terrible fatality at the mills of Mews. Chadwick Brothers, Eagley, near Bolton, where two men were whirled round the shafting, was investigated by the Bolton Coroner, at Astley Bridge. on Saturday. The victims were Alfred Frost 138/, overlooker, of 35, Broad-o'-th'-Lane, and
06 May 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
EVERYWHERE.

EVERYWHERE.

!or Skin Disease a Injuries.
06 May 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Permanent Accident Grant.

Permanent Accident Grant.

PRESENTATION AT HIGGINSHAW. On Wednesday evening a special general meeting of the members of the local pinners' Society was held in the United Methodist Schoolroom. Halsteakl,treet, Higginshaw, for the purpose of presenting Mr. John Butterworth with the pern. nent accident grant
06 May 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
beet. ,auhe for the purpoee epeeifi.e'd?

beet. ,auhe for the purpoee epeeifi.e'd?

Answer.— Cotton has played no mean part in helping on commercial and social developments of recent years. We may, for instance, specify silzh itemi se incandescent gas mantles, the outer coverings r f bicycle tyres, the coverings of electric lamp wires as examples which have mor
24 June 1910 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England