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Alfred Hulme

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of Withington Street Saw Mills, Pendleton, Manchester.

Mahogany, Oak and Timber Merchants,

Established in 1850 by W. Carter Hulme (father of Alfred Hulme). Partnership Successions: Hulme Brothers; (2) Alfred Hulme.

Incorporated as a Limited Company in 1904.

1914 Directors: Alfred Hulme (Governing Director), Alfred Hulme (jun.), Arthur Worlidge Lees (Secretary).

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