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William Tasker Hallimond

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William Tasker Hallimond (1857- )

1922 M.Inst.M.M., and M.I.Min.E., Cons. Min. Engr.; b. 1857; s. of John Hallimond. Ed. Cleveland College, Darlington. Training: College of Physical Sc., Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Articled to W. Lishman, Old Etherley Collieries, Durham; Man., Durham Main Colliery; Manager, Great Stormberg Colliery and Cyphergat Colliery, Cape Colony; Agent for Pauling and Co., Sterkstroon to Aliwal North, Cape Colony; Manager, Botha's Reef Gold Min. Co.; Van Ryn G.M. Co., and Rand Coal and Land Co., Transvaal; Cons. Engr. Dundee Coal Co., Natal; Manager, Crown Deep, Geldenhin's Deep and Rose Deep Gold Mines, from 1899-1911. Prize N. of England Inst., in 1897, for Paper, " Notes on Coal Seams of the Transvaal, and Description of a Modern Pithead Plant." Clubs: Colonial Inst.; Rand, Johannesburg. Address: (Office) 43, Central House; or P.O. Box 5191, Johannesburg.

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