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United Motor Industries

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1899. of Paris. De Dion-Bouton.
1899. of Paris. Motor Tricycle Parts.
1899. of Paris. Motor Tricycle Parts.
1900. 'Reclus' sparking plug.
1900. 'Lubrifine' Motor lubricating oil.
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July 1900. Empress Motor Tricycles and Quads.
May 1901.
May 1901.
1902.
January 1902.
September 1902.
November 1902.
November 1902.
December 1902.
January 1903.
January 1903.
January 1903.
February 1903. Castle Lamps.
February 1903.
February 1903.
July 1903.
November 1903.
November 1903.
November 1903.
1904.
February 1904.
February 1904.
March 1904.
May 1904.
May 1904.
November 1904.
December 1904.
June 1905.
September 1905.
May 1906.
July 1906.
1906 Q4.
July 1908.
November 1908.
November 1909.
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December 1912.

Castle accumulators and sparking plugs.

Agents for Tony Huber

1899 Address is 3 Rue Meyerbeer, Paris, and managing director is H. O. Duncan.[1]

1900 Selling Empress

1900 Manager is G. H. Smith.[2]

1905 April. Details of the Castle High-Tension Magneto,[3]

1908 Petitioned to wind up the Lindsay Motor Manufacturing Co.[4]

1908 Petitioned to wind up the Hillman Coatalen Motor Car Co Ltd.[5]

1913 August. Rodakowski is MD of the company.[6]

1926. Resolved to wind the company up. A. Codrington is Chairman.[7]

See Also

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Sources of Information

  1. The Autocar 1899/03/11
  2. Autocar 1900/01/13
  3. The Autocar 1905/04/29
  4. [1] Gazette Issue 28125 published on the 3 April 1908. Page 44 of 104
  5. [2] Gazette Issue 28190 published on the 30 October 1908. Page 13 of 78
  6. The Autocar 1913/08/09
  7. [3] Gazette Issue 33146 published on the 30 March 1926. Page 31 of 74