Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 253,801 articles

SHAW AND CROMPTON.

SHAW AND CROMPTON.

FUSTIAN WEAVING.-At Messrs. Joseph Clegg and Son's, Higher Crompton, in addition to working short time for several months, about 30 have had notices given them to stop when their looms are empty. About four jobbers have also had notice. This course has been adopted on account of
20 April 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
CRAWSHAWBOOTH.

CRAWSHAWBOOTH.

RESUMPTION OF WORE—The extensive works ot the Globe Spinning and Manufacturing Company which stopped on Monday week owing to a main shaft having b een b ro k en, commenced '' work again on Monday at dinner time. FAILURE OF A COTTON MANUFACTUBER.—A petitiot: was filed at the Blac
20 April 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
The Colae Strike.

The Colae Strike.

The Strike. WEAVERS' MEETING. On Thursday evening ;week a large and enthniastic meeting of the Colne district weavers was in the Cloth Hall, for the purpose of considering the strike, which has been going on for over 20 weeks, at Mr. John Catlow's Garden Vale Mill, and to discuss
20 April 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LEEDS.

LEEDS.

The warm weather and the partial improvement in the iron trade and one or two other staple branches of manufacturing industry are producing a beneficial effect upon markets for textile mann. facturers. Although the turnover represented by the transactions on 'Change does not ind
20 April 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Only the Hew Who.

Only the Hew Who.

If ever the word " only" was an impertinence, it is so in this case. It is very well for you to be philosophical about it—you who never endured it; whose heads might be made of wood or iron, for any intimation they ever gave to the contrary ; you, who never felt the blood rash t
17 February 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BURY AND ELTON.

BURY AND ELTON.

STNOPLAR ACCIDENT TO A SPINNER. On Tuesday week a singular and lamentable accident ocurred to a spinner, named Ramsbottom, while following his e mployment at Messrs. J. K. Schofield and Co's., Clarendon-street mill, Freetown. We are informed that Ramsbottom had been doing some r
17 February 1888 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
HUDDERSFIELD.

HUDDERSFIELD.

linsiness has been moving only quietly. Some nf the larger firms engaged in the worsted trade are kept fully employed, and stocks of goods in their hands are exceedingly light. Other firms, however, keep their mills employed with clinic/thy, and there is in many cases a good dea
12 March 1886 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
GtERERED DOUBLE - LIKE THOSE BKLOW. STEAM BOILERS. JOHN F.ERNIHO-UCH & SONS, VICTORIA IRONWORKS. STLYBRIDGE, LANCASHIRE. ESTABLIFffEI> 1815. Iron a

GtERERED DOUBLE - LIKE THOSE BKLOW. STEAM BOILERS. JOHN F.ERNIHO-UCH & SONS, VICTORIA IRONWORKS. STLYBRIDGE, LANCASHIRE. ESTABLIFffEI> 1815. Iron a

Sic& Boilers any Iy i 6e. WELDING, FLANGING, DRILLING, PLANING, & RIVETING BY SPECIAL MACEINERY. ALL HOLES DRILLED IN POSITION AFTER PLATES-ARE BENT TO FORM. IvIEAKIN'S PURE PACKET TEA IS T.H.E BEST. IBE SURE YOU ASK FOR IT AT YOUR CO-OPERATIVE STORES. Sold in Packets at 2/-, 2%
12 March 1886 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
WILL BE FOUND TO BE ONE OF THE BEST FAMILY NEWSPAPERS

WILL BE FOUND TO BE ONE OF THE BEST FAMILY NEWSPAPERS

KINGDOM. IT IS THE PEOPLE'S ADVOCATE, And, therefore, W ll be fonnti very generally in their homes. To our Baders we offer one word of Caution. If an Advertmer offers 2s. worth of bis Geode for 1/6, lo not ps.tron.se him. You are fare tu get no more than Sixponnywortii. On the o
12 March 1886 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
I THE BLACKMAN AIR PROPELLER

I THE BLACKMAN AIR PROPELLER

12 March 1886 - Cotton Factory Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England