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Cork Timber and Iron Co

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of Joinery Works and Box Factory, Cork.

Timber, Iron, and Hardware Merchants

Established as an amalgamation of four businesses—viz., B. Haughton & Co. (founded 1780), Jas. O'Connor and Sons (1826), Deaves Brothers (about 1850), and G. P. Haughton & Co. Incorporated as a Limited Company in 1897.

1914 Directors: B. Haughton (Chairman), John Atkins, R. H. Goodbody, R. F. O'Connor, B.A., C.E. M. G. Haughton. Secretary: Thos. Goodall, A.C.I.S. Premises: Extensive Yards and well-equipped Factories; Joinery Works and Saw Mills in different parts of the city. Staff: Clerical, forty; Workmen, 200.

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