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Mole, ‘Women Workers in Liverpool’, The Liverpool Pulpit, no. 39, vol. 4, April 1895, p. 35. 10 The figure for 1889 comes from Nott-Bower, Fifty One Years a Policeman, pp. 141–42. 13 However, it reflected its national counterpart in attempts to reach unskilled workers, particularly women. There were precedents for this. 17 Her second marriage to Keartland Mole, a fruit merchant, had brought her to Liverpool in 1879 at the age of 38. 20 11 In 1888 this became the Liverpool and Vicinity United Trades Council.
10 The figure for 1889 comes from Nott-Bower, Fifty One Years a Policeman, pp. 141–42. 13 However, it reflected its national counterpart in attempts to reach unskilled workers, particularly women. There were precedents for this. 17 Her second marriage to Keartland Mole, a fruit merchant, had brought her to Liverpool in 1879 at the age of 38. 20 11 In 1888 this became the Liverpool and Vicinity United Trades Council. See Hamling, A Short History of the Liverpool Trades Council, pp. 15–18. 12 Bean, ‘Aspects of New Unionism’, pp.
26 The Clarion, 12 March 1898. Jeannie Mole, who adopted the dress in the 1860s, gave the pattern to Caroline Martyn and Julia Dawson, both of whom also wore it. 27 Grey Quill, ‘The Liverpool Fabian Society’. 28 The Liver, 17 February 1894. 24 MRS BROWN IS A MAN AND A BROTHER Mole’s socialism was broad and inclusive. She held joint membership of the FS, ILP and the SDF. 30 Consequently, the Workers’ Brotherhood was committed to ‘the overthrow of… monopolies which… brutalise the workers’. 31 Her fusion of socialism and feminism can be seen to good effect in her attempts to unionise women workers.