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1891 Cotton Mills in Bury

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Bury (p79)

BLEACHERS

  • James B. Champion and Co, Hollins Vale Bleach Works; Manchester office-24, Brazennose st. Telegrams, " Champions, Blackford Bridge." Telephone Nos.-Manchester, 826; Bury, 30. Nearest Railway Station-Whitefield.
  • Thomas L. Livsey (and finisher), Hollins Vale Bleach Works, near Bury; Manchester office-22, High st.
  • Spencer and Curedale, Ltd. (cotton waste bleachers and manufacturers of cleaning waste, sponge cloths, lamp wicks, &c.), Bury Ground Works. Pay days first and third Wednesdays. Telegrams, "Bleach, Bury." Telephone No., 2. George E. Spencer, manager.
  • Philip Worrall, Unsworth Bleach and Dye Works, Hollins Vale; Manchester office-30, Cannon street. Telegrams, " Worrall, Blackford Bridge." Nearest Railway Station-Whitefield.


COTTON SPINNERS AND MANUFACTURERS

  • James Kenyon and Son, Roach Bank Mills, Pimhole; 35,000 spindles; 700 looms, plains, twills, satteens and stripes; Manchester office-6, Brown at. All accounts remitted. Telegrams, "Kenyon, Bury."
  • Roger Peel, Hope, Foundry Street and Freetown Mills; 10,000 spindles, 408/608 weft, 608/768 twist; 216 looms, silk and cotton velvets. Pay day third Wednesday. All letters to be addressed to Freetown Mills.
  • Walker and Lomax, Limited, Moorside Works, Barlow street; 50,000 spindles; 1,500 looms, velvets, velveteens, imperials, cords, &c.; Manchester office-10, Marsden street. Pay day second Thursday in each month. Telephone Nos.- Bury, 14; Manchester, 751. Thomas Woodcock, secretary


DYERS


WOOLLEN MANUFACTURERS

  • Thomas Hardman and Sons, Fernhill Mills, Hornby street; 140 looms, roller and clearer cloths, card cloths, and woollen, cotton and linen cloths for machinery ; Manchester office-54, Portland street. Pay day second Wednesday. Telegrams, "Hardman, Fernhill, Bury." Telephone No., 41.
  • John and Samuel Hoyle, Mossfield Mills; 3,110 spindles; 110 looms, roller and clearer cloths, card cloths and woollen, linen and cotton cloths for machinery; Glasgow warehouse-30, Gordon street. Pay day every Wed.-See advt.

Birtle. 2.5 miles N.E. from Bury (p81)

BLEACHER AND FINISHER

  • Oliver Ormrod, Birtle Bleach Works; Manchester office-16, Brazennose at. Telegrams, " Ormrod, Birtle."


COTTON MANUFACTURERS

Blackford Bridge. 2.5 miles S. from Bury (p81)

BLEACHERS AND CALICO PRINTERS

  • William Rumney and Co, Blackford Bridge Print Works, Blackford Bridge; Stubbins Print Works, near Ramsbottom; and Cross Bank Bleach Works, Shuttleworth; Manchester office-53, Portland street.


Elton. Adjoining the town of Bury (p81)

BLEACHERS

  • Samuel Rothwell, (and dyer and finisher), Woodhill Bleach and Dye Works; Manchester warehouse- 6, Marble street, Fountain street.
  • John Whitehead, (and dyer, printer and finisher), Elton Bleach and Dye Works; Manchester office -10, Norfolk st. Telegrams, "Lowercroft, Bury."


CALICO PRINTERS

  • Horridge and Cornall, Bolholt Print Works; Manchester office-28A, Faulkner street. Pay day first Tuesday. Telegrams, " Bolholt, Bury."


COTTON SPINNERS AND MANUFACTURERS

  • Thomas Howarth and Co, Victoria Shed; 322 looms, shirtings, madapollams, T cloths, tanjibs, jacconettes and printers. Pay day third Wednesday.
  • Milnes Brothers and Hoyle, Egyptian Mills; 10,000 spindles, 561/628 twist; 334 looms, shirtings; Manchester warehouse-34, Faulkner street. Pay day first Wednesday. Telegrams, "Extract, Manchester."
  • James Henry Openshaw, Albion and Albert Mills; 40,000 spindles, 168/30, twist; 510 looms, beaverteens, swansdowns, twills, &c; Manchester warehouse -36, Fountain street. Pay day second Wed. Telephone Nos.-Bury, 10; Manchester, 1154.
  • Robert Peers, Brooksmouth Mill; 14,000 spindles, throstle yarns in bundles; 470 looms, fustians, cords, lambskins, &c.; Manchester office-15A, New Brown street. Pay day second Wednesday .
  • Waterside Mill Co, Lower Hinds; 250 looms, medium and heavy shirtings ; Manchester office-51, Mosley street. Pay day first Wednesday. W. Ashworth, manager.

Heap Bridge. 1.5 miles E. from Bury

DYER AND FINISHER


CALICO PRINTERS

  • Horridge and Cornall, Bolholt Print Works; Manchester office-28A, Faulkner street. Pay day first Tuesday. Telegrams, " Bolholt, Bury."

Summerseat. 24 miles N. from BURY (p83)

COTTON SPINNERS AND MANUFACTURERS


Tottington. 2.5 miles N.N.W. from Bury (p83)

BLEACHERS

  • Robert K. Roberts (and finisher), Stormer Hill; Manchester warehouse-7, Kennedy street. Tele. phone No., 204, Bury.
  • Charles Whowell, Two Brooks Bleach Works; Manchester office-8, St. Mary's street. telegrams, "Whowell, Tottington."


CALICO PRINTERS


COTTON SPINNERS AND MANUFACTURERS

  • John Rothwell, (engine waste, sponge cloths, spirn yarn, mops, &c.-and bleacher), Kirkless Mill. Telegrams, " Rothwell, Tottington."

Walmersley. 2.5 miles N.N.E. from Bury (p85)

BLEACHERS

  • R. K. Whitehead and Co, Long Croft; Manchester warehouse and office-23, Blackfriars street. Telegrams, "Whiteheads, Walmersley."


COTTON SPINNERS AND MANUFACTURERS

  • John Hall Limited, Mount Pleasant Mill; 250 looms, fancy and plain quilts, fancy and plain velvet, and fancy cords. Pay day first Tuesday, at the registered office-11, Mosley street, Manchester.
  • E. D. Mimes and Brother, Lumn Mills; 201/40"; Manchester warehouse-34, Faulkner street. Pay day at works, first Thursday, 10 to 4; at Manchester, first Friday, 3-30 to 4-30. Telegrams, "Milnes, Bury;" Telephone No., 12-also Telegrams, "Extract, Manchester"; Telephone No., 78.

Walshaw and Woolfold. 1.5 miles from Bury (p85)

BLEACHERS AND DYERS


COTTON SPINNERS AND MANUFACTURERS

  • William Holt and Sons, Victoria Mills, Walshaw; 250 looms, quilts, toilet covers, quiltings, piques, &c; Manchester warehouse-37, York street. Telegrams, " Toileting, Manchester."

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Sources of Information

1891 Worrall's Cotton Spinners Directory