Chinese Engineering and Mining Co
1877 Robert Reginald Burnett was appointed Engineer-in-Chief
1912 At an Extraordinary General Meeting, held on the 7th day of June 1912, the Liquidator of the Company was authorized to register a new Company, to be called the Chinese Engineering and Mining Company, W. F. Turner was chairman of the meeting
1912 Company formed. Its assets consisted of the Kailan Mining Administration in China
1941 Japanese invaders seized the mines in China.
Since 1950 the company's business had been as an investment holding company although it still had a claim against the Chinese People's Government.
Sources of Information
- London Gazette 2 July 1912
- The Times, Jul 25, 1956
- The Times, Feb 13, 1956
- The Times, Nov 17, 1956