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1898 In bankruptcy after dispute with [[Ratcliffe and Hoare]].<ref>Surrey Comet - Saturday 15 October 1898</ref>
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1900 of The Works, Ceres-rd., Kingston-on-Thames. Regd. Feb. 15, 1897. Cap. £10,000, in £10 shs. Resolution to wind up passed May 29, 1899, A. Goddard, of 46 and 47, London Wall, E.C., is liquidator. Dirs., [[H. Rayne]], [[S. H. Terry]], [[W. H. Carmont]] (Man. Dir.).
 
1900 of The Works, Ceres-rd., Kingston-on-Thames. Regd. Feb. 15, 1897. Cap. £10,000, in £10 shs. Resolution to wind up passed May 29, 1899, A. Goddard, of 46 and 47, London Wall, E.C., is liquidator. Dirs., [[H. Rayne]], [[S. H. Terry]], [[W. H. Carmont]] (Man. Dir.).
  

Latest revision as of 14:48, 1 January 2018

1898 In bankruptcy after dispute with Ratcliffe and Hoare.[1]

1900 of The Works, Ceres-rd., Kingston-on-Thames. Regd. Feb. 15, 1897. Cap. £10,000, in £10 shs. Resolution to wind up passed May 29, 1899, A. Goddard, of 46 and 47, London Wall, E.C., is liquidator. Dirs., H. Rayne, S. H. Terry, W. H. Carmont (Man. Dir.).


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  1. Surrey Comet - Saturday 15 October 1898