An Appeal will be made on behalf of Sick Children in the North of England by GEORGE LOCKHART , the well-known Circus Equestrian Director, and a broadcast will be given from the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, at Pendlebury.
What Lancashire thinks today
A Rapid Survey of the Problems confronting the Industry, by some of those who are handling them
1. How it strikes the operative
2. The Problem of Surplus Plan'
Sir THOMAS BARLOW
3. The Problem of Price Competition
4. The New Weaving Wage Agreement
5. Production Quotas
6. The Labour View
7. Stabilisation of the Export Trade
W. E. CLUCAS
8. Lancashire and India
Sir WILLIAM CLARE LEES
9. The Home Market
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