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[No. 53.] N. E. COTTON MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIATION.
BOSTON: WRIGHT & POTTER PRINTING CO., 18 Post OFFICE SQUARE.
CALL FOR MEETING.
Boston, Oct. 1, 1892.
The stated semi-annual meeting of the Association will be held at the MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, Boylston Street, Boston, on
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1892, at ten o'clock A.M.
In the line of procedure adopted at the April meeting, the topics then announced for discussion, but postponed for lack of time, will be taken up for consideration, and be followed by others as indicated below; and subjects heretofore discussed will still be in order if called up by any member.
The list of topics thus assigned, and the names of members who will respectively introduce them, are as follows:
1. Tests of spindle oils.
Mr. A. M. GOODALE, Waltham, Mass.
The life of incandescent lamps.
Mr. W. S. SOUTHWORTH, Lowell, Mass.
3. Picking, as applied to the English system of carding.
Mr. ROBERT MCARTHUR, Biddeford, Me. What is the best design for line shafting, transmitting over fifty horse-power, permitting stopping and starting on any floor without interfering with the motor or with other shafting?
Mr. STEPHEN GREENE, Boston, Mass.
5. Can the dust room of the picker be done away with?
Mr. John W. WELLS, Woodbury, N. J.