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Flapping in the wind, the long strips of bandages would twist around the pole in the spiral pattern we now associate with barbers.
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The practice of bloodletting had long since been abandoned by barbers.
Originally built as a calico printowrks in The mill was Escort altrincham over for cron milling in By the mill was being run by Daniel Greenwood and partner.
Various other manufaturers rented the Lesbianas desnudas de Carson over the years. In railway sidings were in place. In the building was destroyed by fire and eventually by the remains had been demolished.
In the Company began selling the relatively new concept of industrial branch insurance policies to the working class population for premiums as low as one penny through agents acting as door to door salesmen. The army of premium collection agents was for many years identified with the Prudential as the "Man from the Pru".
Most houses were lit by candles or oil lamps. The oil used was parrafin, the Lamp Oil Man named Smith pictured above would like the rag and bone man go from house to house refilling the householders lamps with the parrafin oil.
The home of the first Post office in Bacup was situated at the bottom of Burnley Road known at the time has Harris Printers.
It was then moved to Market Street. In there were four deliveries per day by postmen starting at 7. However there was no 6.
In September the site was laid out for a new Post Office which would stand on the opposite side of the road to the original and on a site where once stood the house of Dr Snell and others. The first stone being laid in October. The Post Office opened in January Unfortunately there are no details about thie group of servants shown above other than they worked for a Bacup family.
There can be little doubt the family they worked for was one of the wealthiest in Bacup. The likelihood is the lady in the middle of the picture would have been the housekeeper.
She would have been responsible for all the female servants, hiring and firing of them, the linen and china cupboards, housekeeping money and making arrangements for guests.
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Also pictured it would seem are the cook, a ladies made and nursemaid, housemaid and kitchen maid along with the butler who would in some households also act as he male valet.
The young man pictured was probably the footman.
Irwell Springs was known as the corner dye works. The effluent from their dyeing plant coloured the river Irwell, black, blue, yellow or whatever colour was being used at the time.
The works was run by various owners over the years.
John Seiber a swiss national came into partnership with John Greenwood but following the deaths of both partners the business was taken over by Charles Seiber employing a workforce of by trading as the Irwell Springs Turkey Red Dyeing Company.
By there had been expansions to the works and it now employed about people.
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The company closed in The Beeby brothers are pictured below they were Reed and Heald makers who had their factory off Tong Lane opposite the streets of Brick and Clay street. A reed and heald were both used in a loom for the process of weaving.
A reed was like a comb the teeth being secured at the top and bottom. The heald is a series of thre into which an eye has been 'knitted'.