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Pure Water Co

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May 1894. Puralis.
June 1894.

1885 Dissolution of the Partnership between Edward Wyer and Harold Thomas Hartley, at No. 43, Rutland-street, Pimlico, under the style or firm of Clayton Brothers, and at Queen's-road Extension, Park Town, Battersea, under the style of the Pure Water Company, in the trade or business of Ginger Beer and Mineral Water Manufacturers.The business at 43, Rutland-street, Pimlico, was to be carried on by Edward Wyer, under the style of Clayton Brothers, and the business at Queen's-road Extension, Park Town, Battersea, was to be carried on by Harold Thomas Hartley, under the style of the Pure Water Company, and he also carried on the export business of Clayton Brothers, under the style of Clayton Brothers, at Queen's-road aforesaid.[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 1 Jan 1886