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Fowler-Waring Cables Company, makers of telephone, light and power cables, of 85 Queen Street, Cheapside, London, EC, and Woolwich.
1889 John Fowler and Co (Leeds) Ltd formed the Fowler-Waring Cables Co  to acquire the electric cables businesses of Mr Richard Waring at 85 Queen St., London, and John Fowler of Leeds and acquire patents of R. S. Waring of Pittsburgh, R. W. Eddison of the Steam Plough Works, Leeds, and James Tatham of Philadelphia for the manufacture and insulation of electric cables, with particular application underground, as this was seen to be necessary for city-centre use
After that there is little mention of the company.