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Saved by Great History Teaching. At Swallow St the brigade came to carry a wrecker down from a crane over the engine, with a broken leg. The looms we had scrapped slowly down the years would go on this pile, with usable spare parts preserved in a cellar. (4) For those unfamiliar with pre-decimal coinage 6 shillings! In Toronto, Christian was appointed in 1936, and Schuller in Montreal 1938. They had a closed economy and cheap labour. Kumar makes much of the considerable landholding changes in Parner. A field, owned by Clayton Grange, separated the houses. Adding to your basket. After a fortnight we never looked back. The decision to close down was taken. Lancashire 1878. In addition, 12 laborers were condemned to death and hanged on October 5 1878. Bradford Office was cleared at about the stocktaking value at September. Bastfield used gas and this was replaced by electric lights as the work progressed. From September 1934 we rented an office and stockroom at 2 Aldermanbury Ave, in the City of London, mainly in connection with Foster Shepherd & Co. Some markets put on tariffs to keep them out. He also tweeted support for Cotton’s plan to deploy active-duty soldiers from combat units such as the 101st Airborne and 82nd Airborne Divisions to deal with rioters. Hollinshead Mill had been empty some years and was in very poor condition. Naturally we shelved it until they could get over their teething trouble and could get their ideas on price back to normal. 1878 Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images In February 1940 this position was reversed. They were supported by hanging from a wooden lath (heald stave), about 36" long and 1'/2" x'/4" cross-section. Provided there was no great diversity of types of cloth woven, materials plus twice the weaver's wages was a good pricing system, it was tied to production and checkable in total every stocktaking. There was a big demand and a general upset of trading conditions, as was to be expected. Ephraim Hindle was a cashier and clerk with D. W. Taylor who were engaged in the dhootie (1) trade with India. Frank married George Hindle's daughter Margaret, and Walter married another daughter Alice. He was in Norway and France, later transferring to the RAF for training as a pilot. To respace to ideal meant moving pillars and roof. (22) George Hindle was also a Justice of the Peace and Mayor of Blackburn around this time. British cotton manufacturers established Manchester Cotton Company in 1859 to encourage cotton exports. George Hindle junior became a director 9 May 1908. Laborers were forbidden from leaving their plantations without written permission from the plantation owner. The Deccan Riots of 1875 targeted conditions of debt peonage (kamiuti) to moneylenders. We had more production per loom off that shed than any other, but were fighting a losing battle, and they wove out in January 1959. Free delivery on eligible orders. It was reported in World Trade Statistics that Hong Kong was China's best customer for textiles. The engine was dated 1874 and was so well balanced that in 1950 a penny could be stood on edge on the engine bed and the engine stopped and started without shaking it over (8). (30) When Macmillan the Prime Minister at the time, came to open the first stretch of motorway the Preston By-pass, later part of the M6 - Ian was invited to the celebratory dinner afterwards. At about £150 each they would have been economical if they had run well, but this price had rapidly advanced beyond what we thought economical and when last heard of was around £600. The whole facts will probably never be known by one man. Some prices were ridiculous, some better than expected, but it thoroughly justified our decision to sell the bulk piecemeal. Rumour has it that he was hardly dissuaded by the police from holding them off, or at least causing considerable bodily harm, with a shot-gun. They dug their own coal from the hillside for the boiler and also sold it to their employees in the village. The last time a president invoked it for crowd control was in the 1992 LA riots. Yarn and cloth prices at this time had maintained and increased the earlier advances and many of our former customers were complaining to us of nine to fifteen months' delivery quotes and begging us to find them an alternative supply. To satisfy the authorities in 1959 we would have to spend about £6000 between Bastfield and Swallow St. At the Harrogate conference in October 1958 the Prime Minister told a small committee that any scheme the industry thought up, barring tariffs, would have his support. A History of E and G Hindle; After the Cotton Famine; Depression in the industry; Improvements in the industry; Cotton industry in the Wars; India Mill; The rise of the middle class; Cotton riots 1878; Roe Lee Mill Royal visit; Cotton Industry Decline. It had been leased all this time, but the catch is that in 1919 all the ordinary shares in Brookhouse were bought by E & G Hindle Ltd, who carried on spinning under that name until 1937 when the spinning side was sold to the Spindles Board, to be broken up. This rather shook the authorities and the first fiddle was to levy the running looms of those closing down. These were briefly, Bastfield and Royal Mills, lease of Swallow St, and Bankfield Mill from G. Hindle. By January 1960 we had twelve accounts to come in, by May one, for £12. Broadly, the individual's capital investment was limited in amount, to say £75; increases were permitted as the investor's rank advanced. I came to the conclusion it was buried under a new housing estate. The item you've selected wasn't added to your basket. From 1920-30 average turnover and profits were good but the Wall St. crash in 1929 (15) upset world confidence, unrest in India stopped our biggest market, and practically every export market was protecting its own manufacturers, or, worse still, juggling with currencies. There was a post-war boom and slump, but the rot had set in. (39) John's eldest son. dividend were paid in November. 1878 Blackburn Riots Col Jackson COTTON Lancashire Political Commemorative Jug * Item information. , and Ephraim on 8 February 1939. Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Email this article. (32) Ian used to say, that by using the compensation money from Royal and Swallow St to fund the concentration of all automatics in Bastfield, the firm could pay a steady 20% dividend on the existing level of trade at the time. In November 1931 George Nelson left the partnership after some argument and in Dec 1932 E. & G. Hindle Ltd took over all assets in liquidation of their liability to us, keeping Mr Shepherd on as manager until he died in January 1957 at 80 years old, very active, and at the office when he was taken ill a fortnight before he died. About eight or nine years later his retiring pension was fixed and twelve months after that he retired, saying he was having a few months holiday and would then again be available for industry. At the next general election, she had her lowest majority ever, despite a national swing in the opposite direction. Yet there is a "Clean Air" Act in force, and increasing pressure brought to bear on industrialists to buy new stoking equipment. The prisoners were from Belthorne, and had been taken while trying to dispose of silver looted from Clayton Grange. The Lancashire Cotton Famine, also known as the Cotton Famine or the Cotton Panic (1861–65), was a depression in the textile industry of North West England, brought about by overproduction in a time of contracting world markets. This was an American idea using paper strip twisted into a yarn. It was all mulls (5) to start with not liking to compete in dhooties with D. W. Taylor whom Ephraim had left. Cloth imports rose from 36 million square yards in 1953 to 524 million in 1961. In those days of horse transport the place was miles from anywhere. It was bought from John Southworth & Co., four brothers. About 1892 Ephraim and Grace brought Frank over from Finland, and in 1894 Herbert aged 12 and Walter 10, and brought them up. September 1925 we leased offices in 1 North Parade Manchester, which, were staffed daily till the war interrupted it around 1940. Here's what to know about the 213-year-old law. To make a start Robert, Billy Eccles and I took a hammer up to deserted Royal Mill and stood round the first loom Unfortunately twelve months later when we had the floor finished, the slump had not lessened, and there was no justification for starting up the 625 looms the respaced shed would hold and restarting the engine. It looks like your browser does not have JavaScript enabled. The Great Railroad Strike of 1877, sometimes referred to as the Great Upheaval, began on July 14 in Martinsburg, West Virginia, after the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad (B&O) cut wages for the third time in a year. George Ephraim joined the RAF in 1943 and was discharged late 1945. It was late in 1878 when, with his brother George, they first thought of running their own business. The 1878 St. Croix labor riot, locally also known as Fireburn, was a labor riot on Saint Croix, one of the Virgin Islands, then part of the Danish West Indies. The civil servants drafted into the Cotton Board to handle the scheme were trying to avoid making decisions, passing the buck to the inspectors who were local estate agents, and neither would say what was required by the word "scrap". I assume Alhambra to be a trade name. . The best makers were in Lancashire and there was free access to most of the world. Probably the looms were £9-£10 each, new. The sale of remnants was on 5 July 1960 and brought in a further £2,200. Whether this volume would continue or was panic buying was open to question. To this day the older folk still call a weaving shed a "shop". June 2, 2020, 9:20 PM • 12 min read. It never ran again. We only had one offer, which we accepted, but the buyer welched before signing. Colonel Jackson's house. Most of the gearing was sold, but only one engine and one boiler. We had £200 offered for Swallow St engine and turned it down. The expenditure involved required a building licence (24), the completed plan had to pass the Factory Inspector and it had to be designed to move as few shafts as possible. It was rebuilt after the fire and pulled down in 1955 and broken up into small building lots. Hopwood's Mill has its windows broken. The mayor of Blackburn had had to read the Riot Act in the market place and a company of the military had been drafted to the town. On 15 February 1971 the UK changed from a £1 made up of 20 shillings (1 shilling was 12 pence (d)) to a £1 made up of 100 new pence (p). The whole assets with the exception of the buildings had been converted to cash, government bonds and short term loans, and Royal Mill was practically sold (39). One of his sons, Billy, was still a tackler. The ending was cruel. The same accounts show a dogcart at £17 and a bay horse called Charlie at £35, and various cows and geese at the farm. A couple of merchants evidently thought they would make hay while they could and put in claims against making orders, which we settled reasonably. E. & G. Hindle held shares in "The Artificial Silk Spinning Co Ltd" in 1898, and Chardonnet Silk Co Ltd in 1900. Steam engines need a lot of breaking and handling and £5 a ton was the best price offered. In January 1920 the capital was increased to £275,000. Discover (and save!) This was not much of a success and shortly after - he dropped it and joined his brother George in the Commercial Mill, Novas. Ian pulled out a copy of Hansard, which he had just received from Cooke as a thank you and demonstrated to them that Castle had been advancing the opposite argument in Parliament. This was a year of the cotton riots. In practice one row in four was taken out and a loom or two taken off the end of each row, reducing the loomage by about 30%. Hard Times By Gerald Schofield; The Cotton Famine; George Burnett's Diary 1862-1863; Cotton Industry 18th to 20th Century . Few in Lancashire, while sympathising with these refugees and agreeing that they were worthy of help, could appreciate that this help should be given at the expense of putting Lancashire mills and people out of work. Shortly after Royal and Bastfield engines fetched £300 and £610. A hay cart backed up to the steps. The lightweight cotton fabric, also called dhoti, that is used for the manufacture of the long loincloth traditionally worn in southern Asia by Hindu men. One loom, two dobbies Later on many firms were running six looms to a weaver at the four-loom rates, which was against their association's agreements and not very clever. The final figure was 105,000 or 40% of the original 260,000. When they eventually came, and were erected by their fitter, one seized up after a week's running. He was the only remaining partner in H & N at this time. On 25 January 1907 the assets were transferred to E. & G. Hindle Ltd., with directors Ephraim Hindle, George Hindle, Frank R. Haythornthwaite, Ephraim H. Hindle, 0. He was also Chairman of Blackburn Rovers Football Club. We had older looms at the other mills, which were scrapped and replaced by Royal looms. Major Samuel Kinghan was our Belfast agent from 1909, one of the earliest records surviving, until he died in 1940, when his brother-in-law Balfour McGown took it over, joined in 1954 by his son Melville. Entdecke (und sammle) deine eigenen Pins bei Pinterest. (2), opposite Vicarage lane. This was perhaps a mistake, as during the following eleven years 71¾% was paid, 27½% in 1920 and 44% in the following ten years, with nil paid in 1926 and 1927. Of this £15,000 was in Preference shares, £23,750 in ordinary was issued for cash, mainly transferred from the Loan accounts, and £78,750 capitalised from the accumulated reserves of the company. A piece of metal had been catapulted from this accident into a pub yard a quarter of a mile away. In the first half of the 19th Century, wages fluctuated a great deal bringing unrest from the workforce. It was, therefore, ironic & sad that this was his last order. He thought little of it, knowing the cavalry were on town, until he saw one of the sentries holding his bayonet at him. The loom compensation rate was unexpectedly high, our average was £71/10/- a loom, and by the end of August qualifying for an extra 5% to speed up the scheme, 95,000 looms had been offered. After the war the expanded markets deflated back to normal size, and many of the starved markets had seized the opportunity, made a necessity in the war years, of increasing their own production. In October 1878, laborers gathered in Frederiksted to demand higher wages and better working conditions. When the American Civil War broke out in 1861, the imports from America fell miserably. In September 1906 it was in the books at £22,302 with 660 looms, £33.8 a loom. On 30 Nov 1885 Bastfield (Cob Wall) was leased and bought with the help of a mortgage, dated 30 Nov 1888, from William Almond. As the figures were published we did indeed get a spate of enquiry and a rise in price. New factory regulations about 1941 made this obligatory. All of this is expensive and whether it would be "suitable and adequate" in another year or two is open to question. Cotton riots 1878. The garment is usually white, often bordered in brightly coloured stripes. Ian had refused a request to stand as Conservative Candidate against her. your own Pins on Pinterest A History of E and G Hindle; After the Cotton Famine; Depression in the industry; Improvements in the industry; Cotton industry in the Wars; India Mill; The rise of the middle class; Cotton riots 1878; Roe Lee Mill Royal visit; Cotton Industry Decline. It was soon after these riots that Ephraim left his job, to (29) a White Paper was issued giving the general outlines of calculated surplus and a scheme of compensation, but giving no details, such as rate of compensation, on which the trade could form an opinion. Shafting went for re-rolling at £12 a ton and girders could be used again at £22. I have written this mainly for myself, but if any members of the family are interested, they are welcome. Ephraim's second wife was Grace Haythornthwaite, they had two children who died only a week or so old. Buildings were rather a glut on the market. To help workpeople to start saving, on occasions the firm would lend them money at fixed interest, not to be withdrawn until fully paid back. the weaving sheds to a tufted carpet machine company which did not last very long. Our average looms running during this period would be under 1000, which means that taxes paid were approximately £1 a loom a week, which is what we were paying an eight-loom weaver towards the end of the period. It ran for some years with a small success. We joined a mutual aid rayon export scheme, bulk loom-fodder orders, minor fault complaints vetoed, cutprice yarn, weaving, finishing, and merchanting. We have had many agents, though the earlier records have not all been kept. (15) The Wall St. crash also nearly put paid to Frank Haythornthwaite, who had been investing heavily in buying shares on margin, the 1930's equivalent of 1990's futures market. Our Government could not be made to do anything about it. We even bought sewing machines in the mid-twenties and made up handkerchiefs for the big stores. Download this stock image: Cotton Riots. In 1940 it got blitzed and shortly afterwards Ian, on leave from the RAF could not get within four or five blocks of it for rubble. But, as Sinclair indicates, Parner, with its large number of notorious money-lenders, was untypical. "[6], The riots caused great destruction to property on the islands. In all my working life I never knew a government that was on our side. Whether their sales were less than their costs is best answered by the fact that their national borrowings were still unpaid by 1959. With a weaving shed totted up and a basic figure of £8 a ton to work on, we did a lot better. Pref. (31), but after comment by one or two shareholders they took steps to find the opinion of all the outside shareholders, who were unanimously in favour of a complete closure. He was made a director in March that year. Harry Hindle joined the Veterinary Corps straight from school and after his discharge ran some stables for a few years before joining the firm in 1953. The term 60s means 60 threads to the inch. A minimum of 45,000 were to be offered for scrapping before the scheme could proceed. We had a strike for a week, then got the worst opponent (26), an average weaver, and a youngster to give it a trial for three weeks. The price was 6/- (4) a ton. The H&B site has since been flattened. The current wage for an eight-loom weaver was £1 a loom, so to break even the autos should run without any labour. dividends were cancelled by consent of the shareholders, £1 of each £10 ordinary share was written off as lost, and the ordinary shares were subdivided into £1 shares. (29) Ian would quote that it would be necessary for a Hong Kong weaver to work a 30-hr. Two sons of the Gutman family had a spell with us; there was a family connection with our Swiss agent. Money from their father's estate in Finland was put into the business. (21) The RAF diagnosed sugar diabetes in an overseas pre-draft medical. The original share capital was £65,000 in £ 10 ordinary shares and £15,000 in £10 5% cumulative preference shares. New York agency started with Stein Doblin in '24, Carl Kaufman fixed up this agency in St Gall. On August 8th 1960 the company went into voluntary liquidation, the directors retired and handed over authority to David Norris (38), the firm's auditor, as liquidator. Its installation in Copenhagen made the statue Denmark's first public monument to a black woman. Point of view depends on where you are standing. Bancrofts leased (or sold ?) The weaver's spokesmen came in to see Ian and were naturally somewhat distressed. As I could see little left to do, I refused this and asked to be released at the week-end. Overwhelmed, they asked what large increase in stipend went with it, to be told the position was honorary, but carried the privilege of smoking in the upstairs offices. When that faded, we made tablecloth brocade. In the same breath they were preaching "efficiency" to Lancashire. George Hindle had died 26 February 1929, and Frank R. Haythornthwaite was made managing director. Alternate pillars were often downspouts. This freedom would be short-lived, as plantation owners quickly began devising new regulations. In May 1908 the articles were altered to conform with "private" company regulations, and in October 1908 Manley, Haythornthwaite & Co. were appointed auditors in place of Thos Waterworth & Co. E & G. H. Ltd is hearsay and records up to 1928, after that at first hand. Bastfield Mill was respaced in 1948. The price of raw cotton had greatly increased, and poor crops in America kept the price up for several years after. For preparation machinery at Royal, one of our local two-generations-old pals offered £110, which we sold out of town for £271, which made us think the scrap metal trade even lower than cotton. of Blackburn centre. To comply with the new Factory Regulations it needed re-spacing, which also meant re-flooring and re-lighting. The Colonel got away over the fields before the mob arrived. This made it desirable to increase the electric power load and the bottom shed and pirnwinding (25) (Alhambra) were taken off the engine and driven electrically. Right or wrong, the job was done. A folk song from the 1880s, entitled "Queen Mary", was written about Mary's role in the riot. I used to raid the fent cupboard for material for my shirts and have them made-to-measure locally in Blackburn. Machinery at £8,029 would include taping and winding machine​ry and averages £12.2 a loom. Later E. & G. Hindle Inc. was started 19 November 1927 in New York with Leonard Stein as a director and Carl Kaufman was in charge of the business at that end when he died in 1959. (34) I believe that this was an order for Marks & Spencer. © United Utilities - terms and conditions. About two days later Ephraim was standing on the steps of the town hall, one of the few safe places in the town for anyone connected with the administrative side of the trade. The liquidator gave three months' notice to the directors. The Indian importer cut it off and had two shirt-lengths of duty free cloth for every shirt on which he had paid the lower garment-rate duty. They were very heavy for the job and we had difficulties with them. In 1911 we had Benkel in Warsaw, 1914 Guggenheim in Switzerland followed by Oscar Gross, A. Schmid, Reichenbach, Chas Kuhn. Swallow St Mill was re-lit by electricity 1944-5. In January 1941 Canton was sold to Canton Mills Ltd. Bankfield had been leased and was finally sold in January 1947. When, in peacetime, this production was found uneconomic, it was protected by import duties. (9) The same Robert who started to break up Royal's machinery in 1959 with Ian. By 1980, only the offices and the warehouse were standing, the latter being a discount wallpaper shop! (41) Bastfield is now practically demolished. In 1929 we bought 100 automatic looms, 10 Northrop pirn changers and 90 Vickers Stafford shuttle changers. 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