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1891 Cotton Mills in Warrington

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Warrington (p201)


Armitage and Rigby, Limited, Cockhedge Mills; 64,000 spindles, 121/501 weft; 1,400 looms; and Rodney Street Mills, Manchester; 800 looms, grey calicoes, denims, coloured shirtings, satteens, printers,&c. Pay days Tuesday and Friday, at 95, Portland street, Manchester. Telegrams, "Cockhedge, Warrington"; "Regatta, Manchester."

Ernest H. Lees, Florence Mill, Howley Lane; 20,000 ring spindles, 41/241 extra hard, 121/241 water twist. Telegrams, "Florence Mill, Warrington." Telephone No., 33.

Culcheth. 6.5 miles N.E. from Warrington (p201)


Dairy Bank Manufacturing Co., Limited; 336 looms. Pay day every Friday, at Manchester office-12, Lever street.

See Also


Sources of Information

1891 Worrall's Cotton Spinners Directory