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To Bog, NEW POTATOES.—Wash a quantity o f new potatoes and scrub off the skins; into boiling water slightly salted, with a sprig o r two of mint; boil until tender, and serve hot. Some people do not like the mint, and prefer hay_ jug a small lump of butter stirred among potatoes
20 July 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Tayment of Accounts to the "Factory Times."

Tayment of Accounts to the "Factory Times."

atany questions have been asked as to the payment of accounts for the Factory Times. Inasmuch as "short reckonings make long friends" we shall request that payments be mad d every week, or good references sent, or we . shall be compelled to reserve to ourselves the liberty of di
20 July 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE STRANGE WAYS PRISON MURDER SENTENCE OF DEATH.

THE STRANGE WAYS PRISON MURDER SENTENCE OF DEATH.

Jobn Jackson, 33 years of age, described as a plumber, was brought up at Manchester Assizes, on Wednesday, charged with "having, at her Majesty's Prison, Strangeways, on the 22nd May, 1888, wilfully, and of his malice aforethought, killed and murdered one Ralph Dyer Webb." Mr. A
20 July 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE INJURED.

THE INJURED.

1. Joe Ainsworth, 131, Victoria-street, Glossop. Compound fracture of right arm. Sent to Manchester Royal Infirmary. 2. John Bennett, Cottage-lane, Dinting. Injuries to neck, face, and leg. Removed to Cotton Tree Inn, Newton Moor. 3. Miss Ada Bennett, daughter of above. Injured
20 July 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Romantic Elopement from the Lake District.

Romantic Elopement from the Lake District.

An elopement from the Lake district, under romantic circumstances, was terminated rather abruptly by the police a the Citadel Station, Carlisle, on Monday morning. Shortly before the departure of the 9 a.m. train, on the Caledonian Railway, from Carlisle to Glasgow, a member of
20 July 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES

ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES

, "Slasher" Sizing and Warping Machines. Cop and Throstle Winding Machines. Drum Winding and Spooling Machines for Linen and Coloured Yarns. Hydraulic Cloth Presses. Dobbys 12 to 40 Shafts. Makers of Looms for Weaving Printers, Shirtings, T Cloths, Domestics, Linen, and Sail Clo
20 July 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
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ONLY A BEGGAR BOY. Out in the cold wind, tramping the street, Footsore and weary, nothing to eat, Goes forth a wanderer in a dark night Hungry, and dressed in rags, pitiful sight! See how he limps along, asking for bread: Not a smile on his face, long have they fled; And the hat
24 February 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Brokou Frienaship.

Brokou Frienaship.

Frienaship. Friendship is a good deal like china. It is very durable and beautiful as long as it is quite whole; but break it, and all the cement in the world will never quite repair the damage. You may stick the pieces together so that, at a distance, it looks nearly as well as
24 February 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CASTLETON.

CASTLETON.

Mru. - Linden Mill, Messrs. Samuel O'Niell and Sons, is working short time in consequence of the depression in the fustian trade. APPOINTMENT Or A EtEAD CARDER. —We are informed that Mr. Thomas Saunderson has been appointed head carder at Messrs. Orrs and Company, Bluepits Mill,
24 February 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BOLTON.

BOLTON.

BOLTON AND CARD AND BLOWLNG OPERATIVES' ASSOCIATION—The committee of this association have purchased a new banner to replace the one torn during the Jubilee celebration. It was on view at the offices, St. George's. road, last night. FIP.E AT BROWNLOW FOLD Mitt,. —On Tuesday morn
24 February 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England