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THE WOOLLEN FACTORY

Mr Hardy, avohlteot to the tfoigtet Woollen Company, bas opmplejrod mttmon^ menta with Mauri B tma> «nd BoiUb for additions «ndi alterationa to, the Aihbov tea WooJlea Factory which are to v £t eemmenoed immediately' r Farther^ •ddttfoat at an early elate nre contemplated with ■%. flew, to obtaining increased boiler and engine power, and also of adding to the aafety of tha bnildtrig and finnißy I MienIng the Jnaat»no« r rate* ; The buildings now contracted for' oonilat of one' room forty feefc by tweoty-sl x feet, ope forty by twenty«fonr, a third thlrty-at* by twenty, feet, and a , fourth tblrty-als by twenty feet. . ThaOompioy hvr* tlio aepttted.eo kdjolalng pleoe of Und of about ten Mfei •djoiQlng the river, and hmra aho paeoh»sed » home end. oaaapre of Una on the town aide of tbe feotory »a arealdenoe 'for thaiiMinfgev, Mr Bo warn WqoJ-wtah-Ing, ncoatiog i,ad dyffmt dto now >B (o| Swla^, and tbe mabnlaery (■ undergoing • thorough overbaal, »nd In aome OMea renewal, §ni it Is expeoted that In aboat tbiae waeka the work of m«naf»otorlag will commenco. Nineteen tander* nere reoelvad for the work; the foar loweat being from Aahburton and ,lhe next loweat from Ohrlatoharoh. Tbe additional detaohed building will ba. erected on the aame Hneaaa the Alosglel factory, namely, no aide windows, but the whole light will be darlred from roof lighti Itolnif the Bontb,' a'o ia to «ot light without the glare of the aun.

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THE WOOLLEN FACTORY Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2161, 29 June 1889

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