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1922 Who's Who In Engineering: Company C

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CABLE ACCESSORIES CO., Ltd., The, Britannia Works, Tividale, Tipton, Staffs. T. A. " Revo, Tipton." T. N.: Tipton 131-2. Established 1901. Capital £100,000. Directors: Ernest Vaughan (Chairman), Fred H. Reeves (Managing ), Arnold Vaughan, Alfred Vaughan and Albert E. Felton. Employees: About 700. Manufactures.—Electric light fittings; electric irons, fires, fans, fuses and switches, bells, hot plates, sparking plugs, enamelled reflectors, etc.

CADDY & Co. (Nottingham), Ltd., Furnace Engineers, Daybrook, Notts. T. A.: " Caddy Arnold." T. N.: Nottingham 898. Manufactures.—Steam engine and boiler fittings.

CAIRD & CO., Ltd. (Associated with Harland & Wolff, Ltd. ), Shipbuilders, Greenock. T. A.: " Harlandic, Greenock." T. N.: 1075 Greenock. Established 1888. Capital £300,000. Employees 2,600 (approx.). Directors: Rt. Hon. Lord Pirrie J. W. Kempster, R. Crighton and J. Dickinson.

CAIRD & RAYNER, Mechanical Engineers, Limehouse, London E.14. T. A.: " Vaporize, London." T. N.: Eastern 210. Established 1889. Principals Edward Bonar Caird, Francis Grimble and Matthew Nimmo Caird. Specialities.—Fresh water distilling machinery.

CALCOTT BROS., Ltd., Motor Car Manufacturers, Gosford Street, Coventry. T. A.: " Calcotts, Coventry." T. N.: Coventry 1144-5. Established 1886. Capital £100,000. Directors: James Calcott, James Calcott, Junr., W. H. Calcott and Alderman William Lee. Manufactures.—Calcott light cars.

CALDERVALE FORGE CO., Ltd., Clarkston Airdrie, Scot. T. A.: " Caldervale Forge, Airdrie." Established 1900. Incorporated 1902. Director Alexander Moffat. Managing Secretary: William Moffat. Manufactures.—Spades and shovels.

CALEDON SHIPBUILDING & ENGINEERING CO., Ltd., Kemback Street, Dundee. T. A. " Caledon, Dundee." T. N.: Dundee 1986, 1452, 1435. Directors: W. B. Thompson and Grant Barclay (Joint Managing), and W. Roper. Business.—All classes of passenger and cargo vessels, up to 600 ft. in length, built, engined and repaired; 2 dry docks.

CALEDONIAN TELEPHONE (NEW SYSTEM) CO., Ltd., 62-4, Robertson Street, Glasgow. T. A.: " Indicator, Glasgow." T. N.: Central 1434. Manufactures.—Telephones.

CALEDONIAN WIRE ROPE CO., Ltd. Airdrie, Scotland. T. A.: " Caledonian, Airdrie." Established 1898. Directors: Sir J. Wilson, Bt., R. Wilson, J. Hugh. and W. Hugh (Managing). Sec. G. E. Swinhoe. Manufactures.—Mining ropes, aerial ropeways and ropes of all descriptions.

CALLENDER'S CABLE & CONSTRUCTION CO., Ltd., Electrical Cable Manufacturers, Hamilton House, Victoria Embankment, London, E.C.4. T. A.: "Callender, Fleet, London." T. N.: Holborn 1910 (private branch exchange). Established in 1879. Incorporated 1895. Capital £900,000, Issued £800,000, Reserve £100,000. Directors: Sir J. Fortescue Flannery, Bart., M.P., M.Inst.C.E. (Chairman), C. H. McEuen, John Varley and A. W. Tait C.B.E., Sir T. 0. Callender, J.P. (Managing). Secretary: Howard Foulds, F.C.I.S., Associate I.E.E. Embloyees: About 10,000. Manufactures.—Lighting, traction, and power cables. Alloys, batteries and special insulating material for electrical power, etc.

CALTHORPE MOTOR CO., Cherrywood Road, Bordesley Green, Birmingham. T. A. " Chassis, Birmingham." T. N.: Victoria 135. Established 1912. Directors: W. Hill (Chairman) L. Antweiler (Managing), G. T. W. Coleman and J. P. Hillhouse. Sec.: G. W. Radley. Manufactures.—Motor cars.

CAMBRIAN WAGON CO., Ltd., Diamond Railway Wagon Works, Cardiff. T. A.: " Axle Cardiff." T. N.: Cardiff 628. Established 1888. Incorporated 1906. Directors: H. Seymour Berry A. Bond, W. A. Bond, 0. Bond, T. J. Callaghan and V. D. Hailey.

CAMBRIDGE AND PAUL INSTRUMENT CO., Ltd. (The), 45, Grosvenor Place, London S.W.I. T. A.: " Unipivot, Sowest, London." T. N.: Victoria 7640 (2 lines). Incorporated 1895. Directors: Sir Horace Darwin, K.B.E., F.R.S. (Chairman), R. S. Whipple and C. C. Mason (Joint Managing Directors), F. F. Blackman, W. G. Collins F. Wakeham, J. A. N. Barlow, C. G. Darwin, and R. W. Paul. Secretary: A. H. Reed. Specialities.—Temperature measuring, engineering electrical, physical and physiological instruments,. and instruments for special research work.

CAMELINAT, E. & Co., Ltd., Albion Works, Tenby Street, Birmingham. T. A.: " Camelinat Birmingham." T. N.: Central 1123. Established 1890. Capital, Nominal 115,000. Employees: 100-150. Manufactures.—Motor lamps, electric, acetylene and paraffin; motor cycle lighting sets; transport and taxi head, side and tail lamps.

CAMERON, John, Ltd., Mechanical, Steam and Hydraulic Engineers, Oldfield Road Ironworks, Salford. T. A.: " Original, Manchester." T. N.: Manchester Central 2002. Established 1852. Incorporated 1900. Capital £60,000, Issued £25,000. Prinicpals: M. H. Cameron, C. L. K. Cameron and H. Cameron. Manufactrires.—Punching and shearing machines and steam pumps.

CAMM, BAGSHAW & Co., Queen's Road Steel Works, Sheffield. T. A.: " Cameo, Sheffield." T. N.: Sheffield Central 983. Established 1851. Proprietor: E. Frank Atkinson. Specialities.—" Forward " high speed steels, crucible steel for tools, etc.

CAMMELL LAIRD & Co., Ltd., Steelmakers, Shipbuilders, Engineers and Railway Carriage and Wagon Builders, Cyclops Works, Sheffield. T. A. " Camellaird, Sheffield." T.N.: Sheffield 3800. Established 183 7. Incorporated 1864. Capital £4,500,000 Issued £4,018,416, Reserve Account £750,000. Chairman: W. L. Hichens. Managing Director, Sheffield J. M. Allan. Managing Director, Birkenhead: Sir George J. Carter, K.B.E. Directors: Sir Alexander Gracie, K.B.E., M.V.O., Colonel A. Handley, C.B. R.A., R. S. Johnson, O.B.E., Sir Samuel Roberts Bart., D.L., M.P., G. Turner, Robert Whitehead and H. E. Wilson. Secretary L. Munns. Manufactures.—Locomotive carriage and wagon tyres, axles, springs and buffers, high-speed steel tool and mining steels, files and rasps; also rails blooms, bars, etc. The Railway Carriage and Wagon Works at Nottingham cover 13 acres, and are well equipped for the production of all-steel railway carriages and wagons.

CAMPBELL & CALDERWOOD, Ltd., Hydraulic, Marine & Mechanical Engineers & Shipbuilders, Soho Engine Works, Paisley. T. A. " Soho, Paisley." T. N.: Paisley 2754. Manufactures.—Screw engines, side and stern wheel paddle engines, steam-driven condensing plant and centrifugal pumps. Land engines for all purposes.

CAMPBELL & ISHERWOOD, Ltd., Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, Raleigh Street, Bootle, Liverpool. T. A.: "Pressure, Bootle." T. N. Bootle 1474. Branches: 20, Baltic Chambers, Newcastle-on-Tyne; Argyle Street, Glasgow; 4A, Tidal Basin Road, Victoria Docks, London, E.16; Clarence Road Works, Cardiff; Marshland House, Silvester Street, Hull; 24,.Broad Quay, Bristol; Dock Chambers, Middlesbrough; 3, Quai Van Meteren Antwerp. Established 1908. Incorporated 1910. Capital £55,000, Reserve £10,000. Directors G. F. D. Campbell, J. L. Richardson, J. A. G. Williams C. Jones, C. MacDonald and J. Tattersall. Employees 1,500. On Admiralty List. Manufactures.—Electric generating sets; dynamos motors, winches and capstans; patent electric silent hoists for ashes, baggage, mails, etc.; patent portable electric drilling machines; electric hand drills; patent magnetic and ordinary drill stands; noiseless gearing (paper and raw-hide); machine cut gearing up to 8 ft. diameter.

CAMPBELL, BINNIE, REID & Co., Burnbank, Scotland. Manufactures.—Colliery and contractors' plant.

CAMPBELL GAS ENGINE CO., Ltd. Kingston, Halifax. T. A.: " Camgas, Halifax." T. N.: Halifax 92. Established 1888. Employees 1,000. Directors: R. Maude (Chairman), Dr. D. J. Macaulay (Vice-Chairman), F. Ward, M. Pape J. D. Simpson and H. Campbell (Managing). Manufactures.—Horizontal and vertical gas engines oil and petrol engines and suction gas plants.

CAMPBELLS & HUNTER, Ltd., Dolphin Foundry, Leeds. T. A.: " Dolphin, Leeds." T. N. Central 768. Manufactures.—Drilling and boring machinery.

CAMPBELTOWN SHIPBUILDING CO., Ltd., Shipbuilders Engineers, Campbeltown (Clyde). T. A.:" Shipyard, Campbeltown." T. N.: I Campbeltown. Established 1844. Directors: William Broom William A. Broom, T. F. Broom, L. McInnes. Products.—Cargo steamers.

CAMPER & NICHOLSONS, Ltd., Ship & Yacht Builders, Repairers, Engineers, etc., Gosport (Hants) and Southampton. T. A A.: " Nicholsons, Gosport and Southampton." T. N.: Gosport 9, Southampton 929. Established 1782. Employees: 1,000. Directors B. W. Nicholson, C. E. Nicholson, A. W. Nicholson.

CAMPLING, J. Gilbert, Ltd., 1, Albemarle Street, London, W.I; and Sanderstead Works, S. Croydon. T. N.: Regent 1181 and Gerrard 4624 _ Manufactures.—" Skootamota."

CANADIAN-AMERICAN MACHINERY CO. Ltd., Patentees, Manufacturers and Importers of Machinery for the Printing and Allied Trades " Camco " House, 63, Farringdon Street, London E.C.4; also Paris, Toronto and Montreal. T. A. " Prodigious, Cent., London." T. N.: Central 692o. Trade Marks: " Cameo " and " Dumore." Established 1903. Directors: Hy. T. Johnson, M.I.Mech.E. (Managing ), J. C. Palmer (Toronto, Can.), Sydney Enever. Sec.: E. C. Harper.


CANNING, W. & Co., Great Hampton Street, Birmingham. T. A.: " Materials, Birmingham." T. N.; Birmingham Central 3622 (6 lines ). Established 1785. Principal: Ernest Robert Canning. Employees: 650. Specialities.—Complete equipment for electroplating, polishing lathes, mops, buffs, compositions lacquer and circular brushes.

CAPE ASBESTOS CO., Ltd., 23, King Street, Cheapside, London, E.C.2. T. A.: " Incorrupt Cent. London." T. N.: City 598 and 3o8(). Established 1894. Incorporated as a Limited Co. 1893. Capital £200,000, Issued £131,500. Reserve Fund £35,000. Chairman: L. Breitmeyer. Manager and Secretary: W. A. Godfrey, F.S.A.A. Specialities.—Asbestos coverings for marine and locomotive boilers.

CARBORUNDUM CO., Ltd., Trafford Park Works, Manchester. London Office: Caxton House Westminster, S.W." T. A.: " Carborund, Manchester." T. N.: 600 and 601 Trafford Park. Martin Hawke (Mang. Director )., Products.—Carborundum and Aloxite grinding wheels and all abrasive materials.

CARELS DIESEL & STEAM ENGINES (London), Ltd., Carlton House, Regent Street, London, S.W.I. T. A A.: " Dieselben, Piccy, London." T. N.: Regent 3484. Joint Managing Directors: G. E. Heath and R. A. Serena. Manufactures.—Diesel engines

CARGO FLEET IRON CO., Ltd., Steel Manufacturers, Middlesbrough. T. A.: " Carfleco." T. N.: 1091. Established 1904. Capital £1,000,000. Employees: 3,300. Directors: Rt. Hon. Viscount Furness (Chairman ), Capt. John E. Rogerson (Vice-Chairman), Benjamin Talbot (Mang. Director ), 7(1 E. Lloyd Pease, George S. Barwick, Herbert Ballard Tom Furness, John E. James. Sec.: Frank Ley. Products.—STEEL SECTIONS, JOISTS, CHANNELS RAILS, STEEL FOR TUBES AND ELECTRICAL PURPOSES, LACKAWANNA STEEL PILING, COKE, SULPHATE AMMONIA, BENZOLE, CREOSOTE OIL, ETC.

CARLTON IRON CO., Ltd., Carlton Iron Works, via Ferryhill. T. A.: " Canton, Stockton-on-Tees." T. N.: Stockton-on-Tees 8. Employees 2,000. Directors: W. Morrison, J.P. (Chairman) W. McGowan, J.P., J. McGowan, J.P., and W. Thomlinson, J.P. (Managing). Manufactures.—Pig iron.

CARNFORTH HEMATITE IRON CO. (1915), Ltd., Carnforth, Lancashire. T. A.: " Hematite, Carnforth." T. N.: Carnforth 16. Capital £144,000. Employees: 400. Directors Lieut.-Col. Sir William H. Ellis, G.B.E., Sir Thomas Putnam, Harold E. Carter, Allan J. Grant, John R. Hall, Frederick Last, Reginald Pease, A. WillisDixon. Products.—" Carnforth Hematite " pig iron, limestone.

CARNTYNE STEEL CASTINGS CO., Renfrew, Scotland. T. A.: " Carntyne, Renfrew." T. N.: Renfrew 21. Established 1904. Principals; Joseph D. Wilson, Joseph McHattie, Alex. C. Brown. Specialities.—Steel castings to any specification up to 10 tons in weight, also malleable iron castings.

CARR, J. & Riley, Bailey Lane Works Sheffield. T. A.: " Rileycar, Sheffield." T. N.: Central 2243. Established: Previous to 1810. Employees: About 250 Principals: Riley Carr, Riley M. Carr. Manufactures.—Steel, files, saws, machine knives etc.

CARR, J. W. & Co., Ltd., Machine Tool Makers, 35, Queen Victoria Street, London, E.C.4. T. A. " Dustless, Cannon, London." T. N.: City 4532.

CARR, Richd. W. & Company, Pluto Works, Wadsley Bridge, Sheffield. T. A.: " Pluton, Sheffield." T. N.: Owlerton 309 and 31o. Established 1902. Principals: Richard W. Carr, Sydney J. Walker. Products.—" Motor " brand high-speed and cast steel, " Motor " brand high-speed drills and cutters " Motor " brand cast-steel files and rasps.

CARRICK, James & Sons, Ltd., Mechanical Engineers, Dalry Iron Works, Edinburgh. T. A. " Derrick, Edinburgh." T. N.: 1515. Established 1837. Incorporated as a Limited Co. 1897..Managing Director: Geo. C. Robb. Manufactures.—Cranes of all kinds.

CARRON COMPANY, Carron, Stirlingshire. T. A.: "Esto, Falkirk." T. N.: Falkirk 14. Founded 1759. Incorporated by Royal Charter 1773. Manufactures.—Ships' fittings and furnishings including steam steering gears, cabin seat stands saloon tables, deck seats, deck fittings, etc.

CARRUTHERS, J. H. & Co., Ltd., Polmadie, Glasgow. T. A.: "Hoisting, Glasgow." T. N. Glasgow 936. Established 1886. Incorporated 1902. Capital £30,000. Directors: James Gourlay, C. M. Jackson, Geo. K. Johnstone, John Young, Wm. Jackson and R. D. Munro. Employees: 200. Manufactures.—Pumps, filters, lime tanks, condensing plants, etc.

CARSON, J. & Co., Ltd., Machine Tool Makers, Fawley Road, Tottenham Hale, N. T. N. Tottenham 146.

CARTER & WRIGHT, Machine Tool Makers, Hexagon Ironworks, Pellon Lane, Halifax. T. A. " Hexagon." T. N.: Halifax 495. Established 1883. Principals: James Edward Carter and Sam Ayrton Wright. Manufactures. — Keyseating and slot drilling machines, screwing machines, metal-sawing machines.

CARTER, J. H., Ltd., Milling Engineers, Dunstable. T. A.: "Milling, Dunstable." T. N. Dunstable 20. Established 1826. Directors: J. Harrison and G. Carter (Managing). Manufactures.—Disintegrators, grinding, crushing sifting, drying, and mining machinery, conveyors and elevators.

CARY, William E., Ltd., Red Bank, and Adeline Street, Manchester. T. A.: " Cary, Red Bank Manchester." T. N.: City 7520. Established 1848. Capital £60,000. Employees: 250. Directors: William E. Cary and Charles E. Cary. Manufactures.—High-grade motor springs for pleasure and commercial vehicles, axles, forgings stampings, bolts and nuts, clips, wheels.

CASELLA, C. F. & Co., Ltd., Mechanical Engineers, 49 & 50, Parliament Street, London S.W.r. T. A.: " Escutcheon, Par!, London." T. N.: Victoria 2121. Established 1810. Incorporated 1910. Directors: L. M. Casella (Chairman) R. M. Abraham, C. I. Brand, T. Y. Dobson, R. Miall, F. D'A. Murphy and A. F. J. Wright. Manufactures.—Scientific and engineering instruments.

CASH, H. J. & Co., Ltd., Electrical & Heating Engineers & Contractors, Caxton House, Westminster, T. N.: Victoria 4490. Established 1903. Capital £25,000. Directors: H. J. Cash, A. E. Pearse, Sir H. Holloway, S. Holloway, H. T. Holloway H. J. Holloway.

CEAG MINERS' SUPPLY CO., Ltd. Queen's Road, Barnsley. T. A.: " Ceag, Barnsley." T. N.: 208 and 231 Barnsley. Established 1914. Capital £25,000. Employees: 550. Directors: R. J. Plummer (Managing), A. P. Williamson and C. A. Longbottom. Products.—Miners' electric lamps, dynamos and motors, motor generators, switchboards and lamp cabin equipment.

C.E.C., Ltd., City Electrical Co., 1, Emerald Street, London, W.C.I. T. A.: " Dynamode." T. N.: Museum 5540—t. Established 1900. Capital £5,000. Employees: 200. Directors: Herbert Edward Ellis (Governing), Capt. H. E. 0. Ellis M.C., H. V. Ellis. Manufactures.—" D.C." and " A.C." motors dynamos, alternators, motor generators, petrol lighting sets, switchboards.

CENTAUR CO., Ltd., Coventry. T. A. " Centaur, Coventry." T. N.: Coventry 522. Established 1876. Incorporated as a Limited Co. under above title in 1912. Employees: 1,000. Manufactures.—Cycles and motor cycles, disk-adjusting oil retaining bearings.

CENTAUR TOOL WORKS, Ltd., Machine Tool Manufacturers, Grove Street and Wills Street, Smethwick, Staffs. Manufactures.—Shapers, slatters, screw-cutting machines and capstans.

CENTRAL AIRCRAFT COMPANY, Aeronautical and Mechanical Engineers, 179, High Road, Kilburn, London, N.W.6. T. A.: " Aviduction, Phone London." T. N.: Hampstead 4403, 44.04 and 835. Established 1916. PrinciPals: Arthur James Cattle and Charles Henry Cattle. Employees about 500. Specialities.—Aeroplanes, motor bodies, " Cambro " motor car.

CENTRAL MACHINE TOOL WORKS, Ltd. 66, Victoria Street, S.W.I. T. N.: Victoria 3963.

CENTRAL MARINE ENGINE WORKS West Hartlepool. T. A.: " Central, West Hartlepool." T. N.: West Hartlepool 375. Managing Director: Maurice S. Gibb, C.B.E., J.P. Commercial Manager: W. H. Allen. Works Manager M. Warren. Manufactures.—Marine engines (reciprocating and turbines), marine boilers, forgings in iron or steel drop forgings, and " Cmew " steamship auxiliaries.

CENTRAL WAGON CO., Ltd., Ince, nr. Wigan. T. N.: Wigan 621. Established 1911. Incorporated as a Private Limited Co. 1911. Managing Director: F. T. Hanson. Special Manufactures.—Railway wagons.

CENTRIFUGAL CASTINGS, Ltd., LowGlencairn Street, Kilmarnock, Scotland. Established 1921. Capital £35,000. Directors: Sir Alexander Walker, K.B.E., David Strathie, William Osborne Garbutt, Edmund Bruce Ball, James Edgar Hurst. Manufactures.—Centrifugal castings in cast-iron and non-ferrous alloys, internal combustion engine liners cast under the centrifugal process.

CENTRIFUGAL SEPARATORS, Ltd., 8 Iddesleigh House, Caxton Street, London, S.W.I. Registered Office: 14, Queen Victoria Street, London E.C.4. T. A.: "Geewhiz, Vic, London." T. N. Victoria 7136. Established 1919. Capital £275,000. Directors: Sir Trevor Dawson (Chairman), Sir Jas. McKechnie, W. J. Gee (Consulting Engineer) A. B. Gill, H. S. Loebl, E. R. Micklem (Managing) A. Davidson (Secretary). Products.—Centrifugal separators, centrifugal filters.

CHADBURNS (SHIP) TELEGRAPH CO. Ltd., Cyprus Road, Bootle, Liverpool. T. A. "Chadburn, Liverpool." T. N.: Bootle 1170. i Capital £120,000. Directors: W. Chadburn (Chair: man ), R. R. Bevis, T. R. Pennington, T. Orford and W. Roy Chadburn. Sec.: C. S. Peterson. Manufactures.—Ships' telegraphs and speed indicators.

CHADWICK MACHINE CO., Ltd., Marsh Mills, Cleckheaton. T. A. " Chadwicks, Cleckheaton." Manufactures.—Woollen machinery.

CHAMBERLAIN & HOOKHAM, Ltd., Solar Works, 4, New Bartholomew Street, Birmingham. T.A.: "Solar, Birmingham." T. N.: Central 2161. Established 1883. Capital £100,000. Employees: 700. Directors Adolph Harry Railing, D.Eng. (Chairman), H. Donald Hope and Walter Sidney Sprague (Managing ). Manufactures.—Electricity meters, instrument transformers, current limiters.

CHAMBERLIN & HILL, Ltd., Chuckery Foundry, Walsall. T. A.: " Chuckery, Walsall." T. N.: Walsall ioo. Established 1888. Directors H. K. Bather and A. B. Williams. Manufactures.—Small repetition work, fine annealed castings.

CHAMBERS, J., Ltd., Shipbuilders & Engineers, Oulton Broad, Lowestoft. 7'. A.: " Chambers. Oulton Broad." T. N.:Oulton Broad 35. Established 1878. Incorporated as a Limited Co. in 1913. Employees 1,000. Directors: J. Chambers, M.I.N.A. C. G. Chambers (Managing ), E. J. Chambers and A. F. Chambers. Sec.: W. G. English. Manufactures.—Cargo vessels, drifters, trawlers etc., steam and hand-steering gear.

CHAMBERS MOTORS, Ltd., University Street Works, Belfast. T. A.: " Automatic, Belfast." 7'. N.: Belfast 4193-4. Established 1896. Employees: 200. Directors: R. M. Chambers M.I.Mech.E., J. H. Chambers, C. E. Chambers and T. McEwen. Manufactures.—Motor cars and chassis, patent wiring machines, magneto starters.

CHAMBERS, SCOTT & Co., Ltd., Dalziel Engineering Works, Motherwell. T. A A. " Energy Motherwell." T. N.: Motherwell 63. London Office: 68, Victoria Street, S.W.I. Established 1898. Incorporated 1914. Capital £15,000. Manufactures. —ELECTRIC, HYDRAULIC, STEAM AND HAND CRANES, WINCHES, HOISTING AND HAULING MACHINERY, MACHINE TOOLS FOR SHIPYARDS BRIDGEWORKS, BOILERSHOPS.

CHAMBON, Ltd., 106, Queen Victoria Street London, E.C.4. T. A.: " Chambonted, London." T. N.: Central 2709. Manufactures.—Slitting and printing machinery.

CHANCE BROTHERS & Co., Ltd., Lighthouse Engineers and Constructors, Glass Manufacturers, Lighthouse Works, Smethwick, Birmingham. T. A.: " Chance, Smethwick." T. N.: Oldbury 140 and 106 (4 lines). Established over 100 years. Incorporated as a Limited Liability Co. 1888.

CHAPLIN, A. & Co., Ltd., Helen Street, Govan, Glasgow. T. A.: "Chaplin, Glasgow." T. N. Govan 154. Manufactures.—Electric, steam, hydraulic and hand cranes of all types. Winding and hauling engines. Sheerlegs, slipways.

CHAPLIN, G. H. & Co., 12, St. Helen's Place, London, E.C.3. T. A.: "Lubric, Stock, London." R T T. N.: Central 9092. Established 1880. Principals: A. G. S. Chaplin and E. W. Chaplin. Manufactures.—Steam and hydraulic packings and jointings.

CHARLTON & Co., Ltd., Marine & Mechanical Engineers and Brassfounders, Church Street, Grimsby. T. A A. " Charlton, Grimsby."

CHARLTON BROTHERS, City Road, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. T. A.: "Laichar." T. N. 1154 Central. Established 1840. Principal: R. B. Laidlaw. Products.—Charlton's Vulcan cement.

CHARLTON, H. & Co., Swinburne Street, Gateshead. T. A.:" Charlton, Gateshead." T. N. Gateshead 238. Sole Partner: W. W. Maxwell. Specialities.—Naval anchors.

CHATER LEA, Ltd., Banner Street, London E.C.I. T. A.: " Multicycle-Barb, London." T.N. Clerkenwell 1091 and 1092. Private Company. Established 1890. Capital, Nominal £10,000. Employees: 300. Directors: W. Chater-Lea, Major J. Chater-Lea, Mrs. Chater-Lea. Products.—Complete motor bicycles and sidecars complete pedal bicycles and components for same components for motor bicycles, light cars, etc.

CHATWIN, Thomas, Ltd., Great Tindal Street, Birmingham. T. A.: " Chatwin, Birmingham." T.N.: Midland 179o. Manufactures.—Crucible cast-steel taps.

CHATWOOD SAFE CO., Ltd., Foundry Street, Bolton, Lancashire T. A.: " Chatwood Bolton." T. N.: Bolton Tel. 333. Directors: John Hall, Ernest B. Hall, Alfred Buxton, J. Edward Sixsmith (Managing ). Established 1858. Specialities.—Safes, strong room doors and fittings strong rooms, safe deposits, cash deed boxes.

CHAYNEY & Co., Ltd., 145, High Street, Ramsgate. T. N.: 115 Ramsgate, 135 Dover. Established 1881. Directors: Thos. Sinclair Chayney (Gov. ), and E. A. Matson (Mang. ). Products.—Scales, weights and weighing machine makers.

CHELSEA MOTOR BUILDING CO., Ltd. 164, King's Road, Chelsea, S.W.3. T. A.: " Cheviplane, Chel, London." T. N.: Kensington 736o. Established 1914. Capital £250,000. Employees 200. Directors: Sir Samuel Waring, Bart., W. J. Jennings, Harold Waring, A. M. Joshua and R. M. Roddick. Gen. Man.: H. H. C. Summers. Products.—Rotary geared pumps, motor-car parts touring and commercial bodies.

CHELSEA PRECISION TOOLS, Ltd., Lacland Place, Chelsea, S.W.10. T. A.: " Agstropar, Fulroad, London." T. N.: Kensington 5139. Codes A.B.C. (5th Edition ). Manufactures.—Screw-cutting tools.

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING & WILTON'S PATENT FURNACE CO., Ltd., 76, Victoria Street, London, S.W.!. T. A.: " Evaporator, AC Phone, London." T. N.: Victoria 2417. Established 1890. Capital £20,000. Employees: 80. Joint Mang. Directors: Norman Wilton and Thomas O. Wilton. Products.—All types of chemical plant, oil plants the "Wilton" patent forced draught furnace, and "Wilton" oil burner.

CHESTERFIELD TUBE CO., Ltd., Chesterfield. T. A.: "Tubcs, Chesterfield." T. N.: Chesterfield 61. Manufactures.—Iron and steel tubes.

CHLORIDE ELECTRICAL STORAGE CO. Ltd., Clifton Junction, Manchester. T. A. " Chloridic, Pendlebury." T. N.: Central (Manchester) 1638. Established 1891. Capital £300,000. Issued £208,500. Directors: W. Bannister (Chairman), E. Hopkinson, D.Sc., Sir Bache Cunard, Bt. J. R. Williams, Sir J. G. Hewett, J. de Berniere Smith and H. Lloyd. Sec.: D. P. Dunne. Manufactures.—Electrical accumulators.

CHORLEY RAILWAY WAGON CO., Ltd. Chorley, Lancs. T. A.: "Wagon, Chorley." T. N. Chorley 265-6. Established 1867. Employees: 300. Directors: H. W. Hitchen (Managing) and H. Green. Manufactures.—Railway carriages, wagons, etc.

CHRISTIAN BERGH ELECTRIC CO., Ltd. 329, High Holborn, W.C.2; also Malmo, Sweden. T. A.: "Cebecomp, Holborn, London." T. N. Museum 5833. Established Head Office 1894. Directors: Allan Blackwood (Managing), B. Infrasson Chr. Bergh and A. Hede. Products.—Transformers, high-tension gear, lampfittings, accessories, glassware.

CHRISTY BROS. & Co., Ltd., Electrical Engineers & Contractors, Chelmsford. T. A. " Dynamic, Chelmsford." T. N.: Chelmsford 8. Established 1883. Capital £17,000. Directors: Frank Christy, M.I.E.E., Leonard F. Christy, A.M.I.E.E. and C. Ernest Smith. Manufactures.—Electric ovens, magnetic separators.

CHURCH IRONWORKS CO., Ltd., Atherton's Quay, Warrington. T. A.: "Monks, Warrington." T. N.: Warrington 422. Established 1909. Capital £15,000. Employees: 200. Directors: F. Treherne Thomas, M. R. Proudlock, A.C.A. (Managing ), Wm. Murray and Segar Owen. Sec. T. A. Rathbone. Products.—Light bridges, flange rails and fish plates.

CHURCHILL, Charles & Co., Ltd. Engineers, & Importers of Machinery & Tools 9-15, Leonard Street, Finsbury, London, E.C.2. T. A.: " Opodeldoc, London." T. N.: 1188 Clerkenwell. Established 1864. Capital £135,000. Employees: 300. Directors: Arthur L. Churchill (Managing), George J. Toy, C.A., John B. S. Gabriel B.A., and John W. W. Gabriel. Manufactures.—Precision grinding machinery, milling cutters and reamers. Representatives of the bestknown American machine tool and small tool manufacturers.

CHURCHILL MACHINE TOOL CO., Ltd. Machine Tool Manufacturers, Broadheath, Manchester. T. A. " Churchale, Manchester." T. N.: 82 Altrincham 813. Employees: 700. Mang. Director A. L. Churchill. Manufactures.—Grinding machines and tools cutters, " Comet " brand high-speed and carbon steel.

CHURNET VALLEY ENGINEERING CO. Ltd., Churnet Foundry, Leek, Staffs. T. A. " Churnet Foundry, Leek." T. N.: Leek 101. Established 1869. Director: 1'. Dobson (Managing ). Manufactures.—Machine tools, pumps.

CHURTON, T. Harding & Co., Ltd., Electrical Engineers, Atlas Works, Leeds. T. A.: " Magnet Leeds." T. N. 24291. Established 1897. IncorPorated 1912. Directors: T. Harding Churton M. I. E.E. (Chairman and Governing), E. B. Churton. Manufactures.— Alternating current induction motors (one-, two- and three-phase) and starting apparatus.

CITROEN GEAR CO., Ltd., The, 22, Buckingham Gate, London, S.W.I. T. A.: " Helical Sowest, London." T. N.: Victoria 7193. Established 1907. Incorporated 1913. Capital £10,000, Issued £2,000. Chairman: Andre Citroen. Managing Director: Daniel Metz. Manufactures.—Machine-cut double helical gears.

CITY CASTING & METAL CO., Barford Street, Birmingham. T. A.: " Turnings, Birmingham." T. N.: Midland 645 and 646. Established 888. Employees: 60. Sole Proprietor: Alfred Luckett. Products.—Ingot, brass, gun-metal, phosphor bronze, manganese bronze, etc., to any specified analysis. We standardize and guarantee metals for all trades.

CLAES, John,. DEVIS & Co., Ltd., Carburetter Manufacturers, 30, Thomas Street, Burdett Road, E.14. T. A.: "Howitzer Bowbur." T. N. East 4636. Established 1919. Capital £25,000. Directors: Henry Portlock, John C. Claes, A. A. Devis, A. C. Devis, F. C. Mahillon. Speciality; Sole Makers of the " Sthenos " carburetter.

CLAPHAM BROS., Ltd., Wellington Foundry, Keighley. T. A.: " Clapham Bros., Keighley." T. N.: Keighley 497. Established 1838. Capital £80,000. Employees: 300. Directors: W. S. Clapham (Chairman ), T. A. Clapham (Managing) F. W. Clapham and S. Clapham. Manufactures.—General engineering castings up to ten tons each, gasworks plant of all descriptions valves and special pipes, small repetition work.

CLARK, George, Ltd., Southwick Engine Works, Sunderland. T. A.: "Clark, Sunderland." T. N. Sunderland 1222-3. Established 1850. Capital £300,000. Employees: 1,500. Directors: Henry Clark (Managing ), John L. Clark, James C. Clark and W. G. Spence. Sec.: J. Snowball. Manufactures.—Reciprocating engines, geared turbines, cylindrical and water tube boilers, engine forgings and castings.

CLARK, George & SONS (Hull), Ltd., Waterhouse Lane, Hull and Cargo Fleet Road, Middlesbrough. T. A.: "Clark, Hull." 7'. N.: 5003 Central (3 lines). Established 1859. Capital £50,000. Employees: 250. Cm Director: Ernest Clark. Director: George Stewart. Products.—Copper pipes, coils, tanks, stills, pans etc.; valves, cocks, pipe fittings, gauges, whistles etc.; castings in all metals, bearing metal alloys.

CLARKE, CHAPMAN & Co., Ltd., Electrical and General Engineers, Victoria Works, Gateshead. T. A.: "Cyclops, Gateshead." T. N.: Newcastle-on-Tyne Central 10 70 and 10 73 and Newcastle-on-Tyne City 137. Registered 1893. Capital £550,000, Issued £513,910. Directors: Fl. Walker (Chairman), R. Scope, W. A. Woodeson, J. W. Ellis, C. C. Hatry, P. Haig-Thomas, H. W. Pelham-Clinton and G. L. Bevan. Secretary: D. Matthews. Manufactures.—All classes of ships' deck machinery boilers, pumps, engines, dynamos, motors, electric winches, pumps, cranes, haulage gear, etc.

CLARKE, T. A. W., Ltd., Havelock Works, Leicester, T. A.: "Clamac." T. N.: 4007. Established 1847. Capital £5,000. Employees: 100. Directors: J. T. Clarke, T. A. W. Clarke. Products.—Rubber and fibre plantation machinery.

CLARKE'S CRANK & FORGE CO., Ltd. Mechanical Engineers, Lincoln. T. A.: "Cranks Lincoln." T. N.: Lincoln 406. Established 1859. Incorporated as a Limited Co. 1875. Managing Director: Louis W. Smith.

CLARK'S MACHINE TOOL CO., Ltd. Luton, Beds. T. A.: "Conquest, Luton." T. N. Luton 630. Established 1890. Employees: 80. Director: T. Bonsor (Managing). Sec.: H. S. Collingdon. Manufactures.—Machine tools.

CLAUGHTONS, 8, Exchange Street, Manchester. T. A.: "Claughtons, Manchester." T. N.: City 5326, Heaton Moor 448. Established 1909. Principal L. Holdsworth. Products.—Colliery and general merchandise.

CLAY CROSS CO., Ltd., Clay Cross, near Chesterfield. T. A.: " Jackson, Clay Cross." T. N.: Chesterfield 479. Founded 1837, Private Limited Co. Employees: 3,000-4,000. Manufactures.—" C.X.C." pig iron, fuel economisers for utilizing the waste heat from steam boilers, gas and water pipes, cast-iron tanks, tubing best Derbyshire pig iron, house, steam and gas coal lime, coke and bricks.

CLAYTON & SHUTTLEWORTH, Ltd., Agricultural and General Engineers. Head Office: Stamp End Works, Lincoln. Agencies: France, Belgium, Spain, Portugal, Greece, N. Africa, S. Africa, Australia, Dutch East Indies, and Malay States. T. A.: "Claytons, Lincoln." T. N.: Lincoln 42 and 43. Directors: P. W. Robson (Chairman and Managing), G. H. Shipley, J. Harris, A. G. Foster J. W. Ryan, C. T. Blacklock, G. Robson. Secretary C. T. Blacklock. Established 1842. Specialities.—Thrashers, steam tractors, traction engines, portable engines, road rollers, crude-oil engines, castings, water-tube boilers, traction and spring-mounted trailer wagons.

CLAYTON, GOODFELLOW & Co., Ltd. Engineers and Ironfounders, Atlas Ironworks, Blackburn. T. A.: " Goodfellow , Blackburn." T. N.: Blackburn 5227. Manufactures.—" Corliss " and " Uniflow " engines up to 2,000 I.H.P.; heavy gearing for power transmission; machine and pattern moulded gear-wheels fly rope pulleys and fly spur wheels; iron castings up to 20 tons.

CLAYTON, SON & Co., Ltd., Moor End Works, Hunslet, Leeds; and 5, Victoria Street, London S.W.I. T. A.: " Gas, Leeds." T. N.: Leeds 20226. Established 1874. Employees: 800. Directors L. Clayton, J.P. (Chairman), J. Clayton (Managing) and J. J. Baines and R. G. Thomson. Manufactures.—Welded and riveted steel pipes boilers, gas plants, tanks for oil and water, etc. structural steelwork of every description.

CLAYTON WAGONS, Ltd. (Associated with Clayton & Shuttleworth, Ltd. ), Abbey Works, Lincoln. T. A.: " Abbey, Lincoln "; " Titanic, Lincoln." T. N.: 65o and 447. Established 1920. Capital i000,000. Employees: 1,000. Directors: P. W. Robson, M.Inst.C.E. (Chairman), A. G. Foster M.I.Mech.E., F. L. Lane, M.I.Mech.E., G. Robson M.I.Mech.E., C. T. Blacklock, H. S. Loebl. Products.—Railway carriages and wagons, steam and electric road wagons, drop stampings and forgings.

CLEMENT STEVENS PNEUMATIC ENGINEERING CO., Ltd., 28, Spenser Street, Buckingham Gate, Westminster, London, S.W.I. T. A.: "Pneucleste, Sowest, London." T. N. Victoria 330. Established 1919. Directors: Clement H. Stevens, C.B.E., M.I.Mech.E., M.I.N.A., G. L. Burton, Herbert Bing, O.B.E., M.I.Mech.E. Products.—Portable pneumatic tools, hammers drills, etc., etc.

CLEMENT TALBOT, Ltd., Barlby Road, North Kensington, London, W.'s°. T. A.: ",Clemtal Norkens, London." T. N.: Park 5000 (7 lines). Established 1896. Incorporated as a Limited Co. in 1902. Capital £300,000, Issued £242,000. Employees 1,500. Directors: James Todd, J.P. (Chairman), A. Huntley Walker and Owen Clegg. Sec.: A. White. Manufactures.—Automobiles.

CLEMMONS ALUMINIUM, Ltd., 58, Aston Road, Birmingham. T. N.: Central 7376. Established 1912. Capital (Nominal) £3,000. Employees: 50. Directors: W. T. Preedy (Managing), J. J. Rider A. J. Clemmons. Products.—Aluminium sand castings, bronze aluminium castings.

CLEVELAND BRIDGE & ENGINEERING CO., Ltd., Darlington. T. A.: " Cleveland Darlington." T. N.: 2710. Established 1893. Capital £350,000. Employees: 1,000. Directors Charles F. Dixon (Chairman and Managing), Frank W. Davis, John R. Dixon, William E. Pease. Products.—Bridges, constructional steelwork, and water supply tanks.

CLIFFORD, C. & Son, Ltd., Fazeley Street Mills, Birmingham. T. A.: " Clifford, Birmingham." T. N.: Central 3634. Established 1767. Incorporated as a Limited Co. in 1887. Directors: T. Ratcliff (Chairman), C. H. Barwell, A. H. Wolseley (Managing). Manufactures.—Phosphor and manganese bronze brass and copper tubes, rods and rolled metals.

CLIFTON & BAIRD, Ltd., Machine Tool Makers, Empress Works, Johnstone, Renfrewshire. T. A.: "Empress, Johnstone." T. N.: Johnstone 12 r. Established 1908. Incorporated 1911. Private Company. Directors: Chas. H. Clifton, James Baird and James Syme, jun. Employees: 100. Manufactures.—Metal-sawing machines of all types.

CLIFTON & Co., Ltd., Meadow Works Sheffield. T. A.: "Excellent, Sheffield." T. N. Sheffield 2756. Incorporated as a Limited Co. in 1906. Manufactures.—Twist drills, steel.

CLIFTON & WADDELL, Machine Tool Makers Laighcartside Engineering Works, J ohnstone, near Glasgow. T. A.: "Clifdell, Johnstone." T. N. Johnstone 23. Established 1898. Principal: T. S. Waddell. Employees: 100. Manufactures.—Band sawing, circular sawing, and hot sawing machines for metal, high-speed disc sawing machines, tyre cutting machines.

CLIMAX ROCK DRILL & ENGINEERING WORKS, Ltd., 4, Broad Street Place, London, E.C.2. [Voyles: Cain Brea, Cornwall. T. A.: " Thumbscrew, Avenue, London "; " Imperial, Carn Brea, Cornwall." T. N.: London Wall 2477 Camborne 81. Established 1856. Capital £60,000. Employees: 200. Directors: Harald Bendixson (Chairman), Wm. C. Stephens, A. Ewing. Sec. J. R. Murray, C.A. Products.—Hand hammer drills, air feed hammer drills, cradle hammer drills, reciprocating drills pneumatic, riveting and chipping hammers, small air compressors.

CLIVE, Thos. & Son, Ltd., Staniforth Street, Birmingham. T. N.: Central 6137. Established 1820. Capital £8,000. Directors: Clive Brooke and Georji Russell. Manufactures.—Malleable castings and mild steel castings, for the engineering and hardware trade generally, of every description up to 3 cwt.

CLYDE SHIPBUILDING & ENGINEERING CO., Ltd., Castle Works, Port Glasgow. T. A. " Clyde." T. N.: Port Glasgow 4 and 98. Directors J. Slater (Chairman), L. Ferguson, P. Ferguson, R. Ferguson, J. Murray, G. Murray and W. J. Blair. Sec.. H. V. Lamb. Manufactures.—Ships, engines and boilers.

CLYDE STRUCTURAL IRON CO., Ltd. (The), Clydeside Iron Works, Scotstoun, Glasgow. T. A. " Corrugated, Glasgow." T. N.: Glasgow 2952 and 2953. Established 1898. Incorporated 1898. Capital £30,000, Issued £24,352, Reserve Fund £30,000. Chairman and Managing Director: David D. McLellan. Director and Secretary: John.G. Leckie. Specialities.—Steel roofs, buildings, bridges, tanks fencing and general structural work.

CLYNE ENGINEERING CO., Ltd., 94 Market Street, Manchester. T. A.: " Modernize Manchester." T. N.: City 4070. Established 1908. Capital £3,000. Directors: T. J. Gass, G. P. Gass and W. G. Gass. Manufactures.—Water cooling plants, barometric and jet condensing plants, vacuum pumps and steam traps..

CLYNO ENGINEERING CO., Ltd., Pelham Street, Wolverhampton. T. A.: " Clyno, Wolverhampton." T. N.: Wolverhampton 992 (2 lines). Established 1909. Employees: 1,000. Manufactures.—Motor cycles and sidecars.

COASTER CONSTRUCTION CO., Ltd. Shipbuilders, 124, St. Vincent Street, Glasgow. T. A.: "Midship, Glasgow." T. N.: Central 3644. Directors: J. B. McGillivray (Chairman), W. D. McLaren (Managing), J. G. Johnstone (Shipyard) and G. M. Welsh (also Secretary). Manufactures.—Ships up to 300 ft.

COATS MACHINE TOOL CO., Ltd., 14 Palmer Street, London, S.W.'. T. A.: " Oolcomachi Vic, London." T. N.: Victoria 2518 and 1509. Manufactures.—Scleroscope.

COCHRAN & Co. (Annan), Ltd. Works and Head Office: Annan, Scotland. London Office, 7c, Lower Belgrave Street, S.W.I. T. A.: " Multitube, Annan "; " Multitube, Sloane, London." T. N.: 2 Annan, 2467 Victoria. Established 1878. Directors: H. LI. Davies, C. E. Crompton. Products.—" Cochran "patent vertical multitubular boilers, and accessories.

COCHRANE & Co., Ltd., Ormesby Ironworks, Middlesbrough. T.A.: "Cochrane, Middlesbrough." T. N.: Middlesbrough 646. Established 1854. Manufactures. — Cast-iron pipes and connections, general castings and pig iron.

COCHRANE & Sons, Ltd., Shipbuilders, Ouse Shipbuilding Yard, Selby. T. A.: "Cochrane Shipbuilders, Selby." T. N.: 37 and 54. Established 1884. Directors: A. Cochrane (Chairman), T. M. Cochrane, A. L. Cochrane, D. M. Cochrane. Products. — Steam trawlers, coasters, tugs, drifters, barges, etc.

COCHRANE, J. (Barrhead), Ltd., Barrhead, near Glasgow. T. A.: " Cochrane, Barrhead." T. N.: Barrhead, 61-2. Established 1850. Manufactures.—Pumps for all purposes.

COCKBURN, A. & Co., Thistle Valve Works, Gateside Street, Glasgow. Manufactures.—Spring safety valves, stop valves for marine boilers, steam valves for piping, and distribution valve chests.

COCKBURNS, Ltd., Clydesdale Engineering Works, Cardonald, Glasgow. T. A.: " Cockburn Glasgow." T. N.: 361 Govan (2 lines). Established 1862. Capital £50,000. Employees: 400. Mang. Director: David Cockburn. Assist. Mang. Director James Rodger. Tech. Director and Gen. Manager Donald MacNicoll. Director: J. O. McAlister. Sec.: D. K. Hamilton. Products.—Safety, stop and reducing valves boiler mountings of all descriptions, steel spiral springs and tubular steel barrows.

COCKSEDGE & Co., Eagle Works, Ipswich. T. A.: " Cocksedge, Ipswich." T. N. 910 (2 lines). Established 1879. Employees: 200. Directors: James Woods, Arthur Cocksedge (sic) and Edmund Harry Cocksedge. Products. —CONSTRUCTIONAL STEELWORK, CASTINGS UP TO SIX TONS, SCALES, ETC.

COGHLAN STEEL & IRON CO., Ltd., Hunslet Forge, Leeds. T. A.: "Coghlan, Leeds." T. N.: Leeds 25124. Established: Present Company 1899. Capital £100,000. Employees: About 200. Directors: Col. Charles Coghlan, C.B. (Chairman) Graham Ford (Managing), Lt.-Col. Tom Gibson Hawdon, Charles St. John Coghlan and Alan Roy Howie. Manufactures.—Iron and steel bars, bright steel bars, forgings, plates and sheets.

COGSWELL & HARRISON, Ltd., Small Arms Factory, Gillingham Street, London. T. A. " Cogswell, Piccy, London." T. N.: Victoria 4555. Established 1770. Employees: 350. Mang. Director: Edgar Harrison. Wks. Manager: Capt. R. de Cordova. Products.—Sporting firearms, mechanical articles of precision.

COHEN, A. & Co., Ltd., 148-9, Great Dover Street, S.E.I. T. A.: "Cohen." T. N.: Hop 5940 Manufactures.—Non-ferrous ingot metal alloys.

COIGNET, EDMOND, Ltd., 125, Gower Street London, W.C.2. T. A.: " Tengioc, Eusroad, London." T. N.: Museum 6497. Speciality.—" Coignet " system reinforced concrete.

COIL CLUTCH CO., Ltd., Phoenix Works, Mary Street, Johnstone, Renfrewshire. T. A. " Phoenix, Johnstone." T. N.: 72 Johnstone. Established 1905. Capital £11,800. Employees: 30. Directors: George G. Douglas, Thomas A. Smith and T. Law. Products.—Coil friction clutches for all transmissions, rolling mill reverse gears, marine reverse gears.

COLBY BROS., Ltd., Oulton Broad, Lowestoft. T. A.: " Colby Bros., Lowestoft." T. N.: Oulton Broad 38. Codes: A B C (4th and 5th Editions).. Mang. Director: J. W. Colby. Manufactures.—.Ships up to 300 feet.

COLCHESTER LATHE CO., Hythe, Colchester. T. A.: " Lathes, Colchester." T. N.: Colchester 132. Codes: Western Union (Universal Edition). Manufactures.—Lathes.

COLE, MARCHENT & MORLEY, Ltd., Engine Builders and General Mechanical Engineers, Wakefield Road, Bradford, Yorks. T. A.: " Cole, Bradford." T. N.: Bradford 4744. Established 1848. Incorporated 1899. Capital £100,000, issued £46,777. Directors: R. S. Brailsford, A. Brailsford and H. P. Lawson. Employees: 400. Manufactures.—Steam engines, Diesel oil engines, condensing plants, power installations, trommels and "Spencer-Dawson " patent power brake.

COLEMAN & APPLEBY, Ltd., Great Hampton Street, Birmingham. T. A.: " Rapsol, Birmingham." T. N.: Central 766. Established 1908 Capital £10,000. Directors: C. B. Appleby, 0. J. Neale and W. R. Baker. Manufactures. — Electro-plating and polishing plant and materials.

COLES, H. J., Ltd., London Crane Works, Derby. T. A.: "Coles, Derby." T. N.: Derby 1266. Manufactures. — Steam and overhead electric cranes.

COLLEY ENGINEERING & MACHINERY CO., Mechanical and Electrical Engineers, Machine Tool Merchants and Exporters of General Merchandise, Clun House, 17, Surrey Street, Strand, London, W.C.2. T. .A.: " Nucleolus, Phone, London." T. N.: City 2081 (2 lines). Re• established 1919 as a Private Company. Principals: L. St. John Colley, M.I.Mech.E., A.M.I.E.E. late Major R.E., and S. Mildred, O.B.E., D.S.O. Colonel R.E. (ret.). Manufactures.—Oil engines, machine tools, precision and automatic lathes, planers, shapers, milling machines and electric motors.

COLLIER, H. & Sons, Ltd., 44-45, Plumstead Road, Plumstead, London, S.E.18. T. A.: " Matchless, Woolwich." T. N.: Woolwich 17-18. Established 1906. Capital £100,000. Employees: 450. Directors: H. H. Collier, H. A. Collier, C. R. Collier S. H. Turner and G. L. Turner. Manufactures.—Motor cycles.

COLLINS, C., Ltd., 30-2, St. Paul's Square Birmingham. T. A.: " Cecebe, Birmingham." T. N.: Central (Birmingham) 4378. Established 1872. Employees: 1,500. Directors: C. Collins (Chairman and Managing) and 0. W. Horobin. Manufactures.—Railway, mining, motor and ship blow-lamps.

COLLISONS (Beverley), Ltd., Agricultural Implement Makers and Agents, opposite the Railway Station, Beverley. T. A.: "Collisons Beverley." T. N.: Beverley 144. Established about 1878. Managing Director: R. S. Landick.

COLSTON ELECTRICAL CO. , Electrical Engineers and Contractors, 9, Denmark Street, Bristol. Established 1916. Principals: A. E. Finch. Manager of Workshop: F. R. Smart. Manufactures.—Armature and motor repairs, accumulator repairs and X-ray and electro-medical specialities.

COLTMAN, H. & Sons (Branch of Herbert Morris, Ltd.), Midland Ironworks, Loughborough. T. A.: " Coltmans." T. N.: 27. Established 1874. Employees: 105. Products.—Steam engines and boilers, iron and brass castings.

COLTMAN, Walter W. & Co., Ltd., Central Boiler Works, Loughborough. T. A.: " Boilers Loughborough." T. N.: Loughborough 51. Established 1899. Incorporated 1910. Capital £15,000 Issued £10,000. Director: Walter W. Coltman. Director and Secretary: J. S. Marshall. Manufactures.—Boilers.

COLUMBIA STEEL & ENGINEERING CO., Ltd., 329, High Holborn, London, W.C.I. T. A.: " Integral, Holborn, London." T. N. Holborn 1562. Manufactures.—" Columbia" bright cold drawn mild steel rounds, squares, hexagons, flats and special shapes.

COLVILLE, David & Sons, Ltd., Steel and Iron Manufacturers, Dalzell Steel and Iron Works, Motherwell. T. A.:" Colville, Motherwell." T. N. Central (Glasgow) 7511. Established 1871. Capital £5,000,000. Employees: 10,500. Directors: John Craig, C.B.E., Jas. B. Allan, J.P., John Lennox, J.P. Thomas G. Hardie, David Colville, David M. Maclay Right Hon. Loid Pirrie, K.P., P.C., Norman R. Colville, John Colville, Robert Crighton, A. I. H. Mowbray. Manufactures.—Steel boiler plates; ship, bridge and tank plates; bars, joists, rails, tees, angles channels, zeds, sections, iron bars.

COMBINATION METALLIC PACKING CO., Ltd., Hillgate, Gateshead-on-Tyne. T. A. " Combination, Gateshead-on-Tyne." T. N.: Central 2364. Established 1880. Manufactures.—Metallic packings, metal jointing rings.

COMMERCIAL & MARINE ENGINE CO. Ltd., The, Mechanical and Motor Engineers, Oak Works, Church Road, Hanwell, London, W.7. T. A.: " Djinn, London," and " Endraypet Han., London." T. N.: Ealing 1374. Established 1912. Capital £30,000, Issued £22,000. Directors W. B. H. Drayson, W. F. Drayson, M.I.A.E. A.M.I.Mech.E., A.M.I.E.E., H. S. Baker. Specialities.—" Drayson " engines for commercial vehicles, tractors, etc.; " Diknn " marine paraffin engines for yachts, cruisers, barges, etc.

COMMERCIAL CARS, Ltd., Biscot Road, Luton, Beds. T. A.: " Komerkars, Luton." T. N. Luton 192. Codes: A B C (5 ), Lieber's. Directors H. C. B. Huderdown (Chairman and Managing) Lt.-Col. the Hon. W. Egerton and H. G. Hutchinson. Manufactures.—Petrol motor vehicles.

COMPONENTS, Ltd., Bournbrook, Birmingham. T. A.: "Components, Selby Oak." T. N. Selby Oak 28 and 104. Established 1894. Employees: 2,000. Manufactures.—Cycles, motor cycles and components.

CONCORDIA ELECTRIC WIRE CO., Ltd. Trent Mills, New Sawley, Derbyshire. T A. " Polianite, Long Eaton." T. N.: Long Eaton 249. Established 1902. Capital £100,000, Issued £57,319. Employees: About 250. Directors: F. Newton Husbands (Chairman ), Albert Green, M.P., B. L. Holderness and Edwin J. Knight. Manufactures.—Dynamo wires and insulating materials, instrument wires and resistance wires flexible cords and cables.

CONNELL, Charles & Co., Ltd., Scotstoun Shipbuilding Yard, Scotstoun, Glasgow. T. A.: " Connell, Whiteinch." T. N.: 2001 and 2519 Western. Established 1861. Employees: 1,000. Products.—Shipbuilding.

CONNER MAGNETO & IGNITION, Ltd. Binley Road, Stoke, Coventry. Capital £50,000.. Directors: H. Hirst (Chairman), M. S. Conner, E. G. Byng, J. Fraser and A. B. Gill. Sec.: C. H. Fielder. Manufactures.—Magnetos, motors and ignition apparatus and accessories.

CONNOLL, W. J. & Co., Engineers to the Printing, Bookbinding and Allied Trades, 69, Leather Lane, Holborn, London, E.C.I. T. N.: Holborn 5183. Established 1900. Principals: W. J. Connoll and H. J. Coles. Manufacturers and Patentees of printing machinery.

CONNOLLY'S (BLACKLEY), Ltd., Central House, Finsbury Square, E.C.2. T. N.: London Wall 7188. Capital £50,000. Directors: Lord Viscount Grimston, J. Aspin, A. V. Downton and J. Brown. Manufactures.—Insulated wire and electric cables.

CONSETT IRON CO., Ltd., Consett, Co. Durham. T. A A.: " Steel, Consett." Manufactures.—Mild steel plates, bulb angles, round backed angles, plain bulbs, trawler keel bulbs, plain tees, zed bars, channels, rounds and squares.

CONSOLIDATED BRAKE & ENGINEERING CO., Ltd., 15, Dean's Yard, Westminster London, S.W.I. T. A.: "Vacuo, Vic, London." T. N.: Victoria 3987. Established 1906. Capital £50,000. Sir Byron Peters, K.B.E. (Chairman) Edward Sydney Luard, M.Inst.C.E. (Mang. Director). Products.—Vacuum brake equipment for railways electric rolling stock equipment for railways, vacuum pumps.

CONSOLIDATED CONSTRUCTION CO. Ltd. (Amalgamating the Construction Depts. of Dick Kerr & Co., Ltd., and J. G. White & Co., Ltd.) General Engineers and Contractors, 9, Cloak Lane, Cannon Street, London, E.C.4. T. A.: " Solconstru Cannon, London." T. N.: City 8176. Established 1919. Capital £50,000. Directors: Geo. M. Booth (Chairman), A. C. Blyth, C.B.E. (Gen. Manager) A. N. Connett, C. H. Julius and W. H. Tregoning. Sec.: E. A. Borel. Products.—Undertakes construction contracts of any magnitude or description in the United Kingdom or abroad.

CONSOLIDATED ELECTRICAL CO., Ltd. Worcester House, Walbrook, London, E.C.4. Capital £125,000. Directors: H. Allen (Chairman), A. H. Wright, C. Woolley. Sec.: H. W. West. Manufactures.—Telephones.

CONSOLIDATED PNEUMATIC TOOL CO. Ltd., The, Pneumatic and Electric Tool Specialists, Egyptian House, Piccadilly, London, W.I. T. A. " Caulking, Piccy, London." T. N.: Gerrard 9215. (4 lines). Allan E. Goodhue, Director of European Sales and Managing Director. A. Stewart, M.I.E.E. Director and General Sales Manager. Director and Sec.: J. Philp, C.A., A.C.I.S. Originally The Taite Howard Co., Ltd., then The New Taite Howard Pneumatic Tool Co., Ltd., which amalgamated with the International Pneumatic Tool Co., Ltd. under the present title. Manufactures.—Pneumatic portable hammers, drills, grinders, hoists, etc. Electric portable drills, grinders, hammer drills, rock drills, oil engines.

CONSOLIDATED SIGNAL CO., Ltd., 82 York Road, King's Cross, N.'. T. N.: North 2415 /6. Capital £425,000. Directors: H. G. Brown (Chairman), S. P. Wood, W. T. Page, W. Wingfield D. E. Norton, W. Griffiths, W. Holland. Sec. R. Payne. Manufactures.—Electric, pneumatic and hydraulic railway and marine signal appliances.

CONSTRUCTIONAL ENGINEERING CO. Ltd., Titan Works, Charles Henry Street, Birmingham. T. A.: "Structural." T. N.: Midland 2182. Established 1912. Capital £8,000. Employees: 60. Directors: Capt. D. H. Wood (Managing) and W. H. Wood. Sec.: C. H. Ogden. Products.—Cupolas, foundry ladles, charging platforms, shaking barrels, air receivers, runways moulding boxes, sand blast plant, foundry requisites.

CONVEYOR & ELEVATOR CO., Bull Bridge Works, Accrington. T. A.: " Conveyor, Accrington." T. N.: National 2779. Proprietor: J. J. Stevenson. Manufactures.—Spiral, coal, grain, tray and stokehold conveyors; grain, coal, chain, belt and bale elevators.

COOCH & Son, Agricultural Engineers, Northampton. T. A.: "Cooch, Northampton." T. N. 680. Established 1800. Principals: Hy. Cooch and J. F. Cooch.

COOKE, James & Son, 8 and 9, Wrentham Street, Birmingham. T. A.: " Horology, Birmingham." T. N.: Midland 1611. Manufactures.—Steam gauge dials and indicating machine dials.

COOKE, John & Sons, Agricultural Implement Manufacturers, Lindum Works, Lincoln. T. A. " Cooke, Lincoln." T. N.: 168. Established 1852. Employees: 110. Principal: Frank Cooke. Products.—Ploughs, single, double, three and four furrow, for horses and tractors; harrows, rollers cultivators, horse-hoes, cake-breakers, turnip-cutters carts, wagons, etc.

COOKE, T. & Sons, Ltd., Surveying and Scientific Instrument Makers, 3, Broadway, Westminster, London, S.W.I. T. A.: " Co-ordinate, London." T. N.: Victoria 625. Established 1840. Incorporated 1897. Capital £97,500. Chairman: R. Wigglesworth. Directors: Sir Trevor Dawson, Sir Francis Barker, E. Caillard and A. H. Pollen. Managing Director: Alfred Taylor. Specialities.—Pneumatic dispatch apparatus and astronomical and surveying instruments, rangefinding apparatus, etc.

COOKE, W. & Co., Ltd., Tinsley, Sheffield. T. A.: "Cooke, Sheffield." T. N.: Central 1216. Established 1866. Employees: 1,000. Manufactures.—Wire rope.

COOPER & GREIG, Ltd., Britannia Works, Dundee. T. A.: "Condenser, Dundee." T. N. Dundee 962-3. Directors: T. B. Cooper and N. R. Cooper (Managing) and K. H. Cooper. Sec.: J. C. Bruce. Manufactures.—Engines.

COOPER & TURNER, Ltd., Carbrook, Sheffield. T. A.: "Rivets, Sheffield." T. N. Attercliffe, Sheffield 59. Manufactures.—Rivets in steel, iron, brass and copper.

COOPER BROS., Ltd., Bethesda Street Ironworks, Burnley. Manufactures.—Cotton machinery.

COOPER, Jas. MILNE & Co., Ltd., 1, Cheapside, Bradford. T. A.:" Zanoline, Bradford." T.N. 4438 Bradford. Established 3o years. Specialities.—Patent copper jointing rings, " Milnerite " high pressure sheet jointing.

COOPER ROLLER BEARINGS CO., 56 Cannon Street, London, E.C.4. T. A.: " Rollbarer London." T. N.: City 6131. Manufactures.—Bearings of all descriptions.

COOPER'S (Joseph) EXORS., Pelham Works, Old Lenton, Nottingham. T. A.: " Disc, Nottingham." T. N.: 4433. Established 1871. Executors: Geo. H. Holmes and Wm. H. Spowage. Works Manager: G. Chudleigh Holmes. Products.—J. Cooper's patent " Go-through " lace machine and lace-manufacturing accessory plant.

CORBETT, WILLIAMS & Son, Ltd. Phoenix Iron Works, Rhuddlan, Flintshire. T. A. " Phoenix, Rhuddlan." T. N.: 4 Rhuddlan.. Established about 1840. Capital £125,000. Directors Major Francis Corbett (Chairman and Managing) Captain Rafe Rowley Conwy, R.N., C.M.G., Samuel Thompson, R. E. Birch, Howard J. T. Corbett, Major H. M. Parry (Wks. Director ). Manufactures.—Agricultural machinery and oil engines.

CORDEROY, E. & G., 11, Westferry Road, Millwall, London, E. T. N.: East 3388. Manufactures.—Scales and weighing machines.

CORLETT ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING CO., Ltd., Wilcock Street, Wigan. T. A.: " Corlett Wigan." T. N.: Wigan 763. Established 1892. Capital £10,000. Directors: George Arthur Kirk Col. William Thomlinson, Harold Kirk, T. Kirk and H. A. Scott-Barratt. Manufactures.—Electrical switch and distribution gear, repairs and renewals to electrical machinery electrical power transmissions.

COSENS & Co., Ltd., Custom House Quay, Weymouth. T. _A.: "Cosens, Weymouth." T.N. Weymouth 9. Directors: J. G. Rowe (Chairman) Col. G. P. Symes, S. S. Milledge, T. Lynes, Dr. Macpherson and J. D. Williams. Sec.: M. C. Frowdie. Manufactures.—Engines.

COSSOR, A. C., Ltd., Aberdeen Works, Aberdeen Lane, Highbury Grove, London, N.5. T. A. " Amplifiers, Phone, London." T. N.: North 1385. Manufactures.—Electric lamps and scientific instruments.

COTTAM, Edwin & Co., Ltd., Bute Spring and Steel Works, Cardiff. T. A.: " Springs, Cardiff." T. N.: Cardiff 456. Manufactures.—Springs, steel.

COTTERILL, Edwin & Co., Ltd., Bankers Engineers, Lower Tower Street, Birmingham. T. A. " Paradox, Birmingham." T. N.: Central 1162. Established 1840. Specialities.—Fire and burglar-proof safes, strongroom doors, locks, motor panels and sheet metal work.

COTTON, W., Ltd., Pinfold Gate, Loughborough. T. A.: " Cotton, Loughborough." T. N.: Loughborough 13. Established 1860. Incorporated as a Limited Co. in 1904. Manufactures.—Patent hosiery machinery.

COUSLAND, Alexander & Son, Wirework Manufacturers, 3, Mitchell Street, Glasgow. T. A. " Screened, Glasgow." T. N.: Central 7532. Principals: Joseph S. Cousland and Joseph Cousland. Specialities.—Wire window guards, wire guards for machinery, wirework for ships' bulkheads, rails, etc

COUSLAND & MACKAY, Ventilating Engineers, 118 & 120, Kent Road, Glasgow. T. A.: " Supplies, Glasgow." T. N.: Glasgow Central 5628. Established over a quarter of a century. Principal David Mackay, M.I.H.V.E. Specialities.—Mackay's direct-acting ventilators and improved " Climax " ventilators, of exclusive designs, for hospitals, churches, etc.

COVENTRY CHAIN CO., Ltd., Spon End Works, Coventry. T. A.: " Chains, Coventry." T. N.: 830. Established 1896. Employees: 2,000. Directors: A. S. Hill (Chairman and Managing ) Norman Hill (also Secretary ), C. W. Goff, R. S. Caltanach, A. Hill, H. W. Watts (Tech. and Sales Manager), H. A. Dudgeon (Wks. Manager). Products.—Machine-made driving chains and wheels for transmission of power.

COVENTRY GAUGE & SMALL TOOL CO., Warwick Street, Earlsdon, Coventry. Manufactures.—Gauges and engineers' small tools.

COVENTRY MALLEABLE, Ltd., Malleable Ironfounders, Henry Street, Coventry. T. A. " Ductility." T. N.: 574 Coventry. Established 1884. Incorporated 1909. Authorized Capital £20,000. Managing Director: George E. Roberts. Manufactures.—Malleable iron castings for motor, motor cycle, agricultural implements and general engineering industries.

COVENTRY MOVEMENT CO., Ltd., Spon Street, Coventry. T. A.: " Movements, 142 Coventry." T. N.: Coventry 142. Directors: S. T. Newsome (Chairman ), A. H. Drinkwater, G. Denny C. H. Yeomans and S. C. Shufflebotham. Manufactures.—Gears, lubricators, aeroplane parts, motor switches, taps, petrol and oil indicators, grease cups, nuts, bolts, etc.

COVENTRY ORDNANCE WORKS, Ltd. (The), (recently acquired by the English Electric Co. Ltd. ), Queen's House, Kingsway, London, W.C.2. Incorporated 1905. Capital £1,200,000, Issued £800,007. Directors: W. L. Hichens (Chairman ), Sir Chas. E. Ellis, G.B.E., K.C.B., Lieut.-Col. Sir John H. Mansell, K.B.E., D.L., J. Sampson, C.B.E. Sir Alex. Gracie, K.B.E., M.V.O., Capt. J. Tresidder C.M.G., and Sir George J. Carter, K.B.E. Secretary W. J. Davis. Manufactures.—Military and naval armaments small tools and electrical machinery.

COVENTRY REPETITION CO., Ltd. Canterbury Street, Coventry. T. A.: " Repetition Coventry." Directors: A. S. Hill (Chairman ), A. Green (Managing), C. W. Goff, and N. Hill (Sec.). Manufactures.—Small screws, bolts, nuts, studs pins, washers, eyebolts, turnbuckles. Accurate repetition work turned from the bar, from special or standard metals.

COVENTRY SIMPLEX ENGINES, Ltd. Mechanical Engineers, Payne's Lane Works, Coventry. T. A.:" Simplex, Coventry." T. N.: Coventry 633. Established 1899. Incorporated 1901. Managing Director: G. W. Wardle. Specialists in the manufacture of internal combustion engines.

COVENTRY STAMPING CO., Ltd., Holbrooks Lane, Coventry. T. A.: " Stamps, Coventry." T. N.: Coventry 1228. Manufactures.—Iron and steel forgings.

COWANS, SHELDON & Co., Ltd., St Nicholas Works, Carlisle. T. A.: " St. Nicholas Carlisle." T. N.: Carlisle 13. Established 1847. Incorporated as a Limited Co. in 1873. Directors J. C. Dove (Managing), T. Bouch, E. R. Sheldon, J. Horne, J. Walter Brown and J. B. Pearson. Manufactures.—Electric, hydraulic, steam and pneumatic lifts, coaling plant, railway turntables and traversers.

COWEY ENGINEERING CO., Ltd., Manufacturing Engineers, Archer Works, Kew Gardens, Surrey. T. A.: "Cowey, Kew Gardens." T. N.: Richmond 447 and 468. Established 1904. Capital £60,000. Directors: Leonard E. Cowey, Civil Engineer (Managing), L. T. Payne, T. H. McArthur, R. D. Cochrane Major H. Moreland, Comdr. J. R. G. Moncreiffe, R.N. E. L. Maskell (Secretary ). Manufactures.—Motor accessories and apparatus for motor vehicles, motor boats and aircraft.

COWLISHAW, WALKER & Co. (1920), Ltd General Engineers and Ironfounders, 14-16, Cockspur Street, London, S.W.I. T. A.: " Cowlishaw, Westrand, London." T. N.: Gerrard 3930-2. Established about 1870. Incorporated January 21, 1920. Capital £150,000 fully issued. Directors: Sir John F. Payne-Gallwey, Bart., E. W. Haig, F. W. Poynor A.M.I.Mech.E., M.Amer.S.M.E., W. A. Hunter C. Hadley-Jones and J. A. Edmondson, Assoc.M. Inst.C.E., A.M.I.E.E. (Managing). Employees: 150. Manufactures.—Coal-cutting machines, dredging machines, continuous brick kilns, pumps.

COX & Co. (Engineers), Ltd., Shipbuilders and Dry Dock Owners, Falmouth. T. A.: " Cox Falmouth." T. N.: National 238. Manufactures.—Ships and engines.

COX & DANKS, 168, Regent Street, London W.I. T. A.: " Ferrodanks, Phone, London." T. N.: Gerrard 3518 (2 lines). Specialities.—Rivets, bolts, nuts, light rails, tip wagons, mild steel rounds, squares, flats, angles channels, etc.

COX CARBURETTERS, Ltd., Lower Essex Street, Birmingham. T. A.: " Atcarbco." T. N. 2012 and 2013 Mid. Established 1918. Capital £50,000. Directors: Arthur Cox, J. A. Holder, H. C. Holder and S. Vernon. Manufactures.—Carburetters.

COX-CAVENDISH ELECTRICAL Co., Ltd. The (Incorporating Harry W. Cox & Co., Ltd., and The Cavendish Electrical Co., Ltd.), Manufacturers of X-Ray and Wireless and Allied Scientific Apparatus, Twyford Abbey Works, Acton Lane, Harlesden, London, N.W.10. T. A.: " Milliamp, Phone, London." T. N.: Willesden 3055. Directors: H. E. Donnithorne, A. Morphy. B. H. Morphy, M.I.E.E. A.Amer.I.E.E., E. H. Willis, A. R. Winterson, and F. Wissler. Consulting Chemist: L. A. Levy, M.A. D.Sc., F. I.C. Manufactures.—X-ray and electro-medical equipment for hospitals and consulting rooms, wireless telegraphy, transmitters, receivers, etc.

COX-WALKERS, Ltd., Manufacturing Electrical Engineers. and Contractors, Darlington. T. A. " Cox-Walkers, Darlington." T. N.: Darlington 2387. Established 1880. Incorporated 1906. Principals: Edward.Cox-Walker, Edgar Cox-Walker and T. Meredith Cox-Walker (Secretary). Manufactures and specialities.—Taylor-Scotson voltage regulators, electric telltales, electric waterlevel recorders, main switch gear and switchboards.

CRABTREE & Co., Ltd., South Town Works, Great Yarmouth. T. A A.: " Crabtree, Great Yarmouth." T. N.: Great Yarmouth 46. Mang. Director: W. F. Crabtree. Manufactures. — Ships up to 170 feet, marine engines.

CRABTREE, J. A. & Co., Ltd., Walsall. T. A.: " Quality, Walsall." T. N.: Walsall 619. Manufactures.—Quick make-and-break switches electrical accessories and appliances.

CRABTREE, R. W. & Sons, Ltd., Water Lane, Leeds. Established 1895. Capital £600,000. Directors: C. H. Crabtree, A. E. Crabtree, A. Terry E. Gillett. Sec.: H. Child. Manufactures.—Rotary printing machines, including high-speed newspaper, magazine, offset colour, late news devices, stereo plant.

CRADLEY BOILER CO., Ltd., Boiler Makers and Engineers, Cradley Heath, Staffordshire. T. A. " Boiler, Cradley Heath." 7'. N.: 53 Cradley. Established 1875. Mang. Director: William Lee. Products.—Boilers and tanks. VERTICAL CROSS TUBE BOILERS IN STOCK.

CRADOCK, George & Co., Ltd., Wire Rope Works, Wakefield, Yorkshire. 7'. A.: " Cradock Wakefield." 7'. N.: Wakefield 466 (3 lines). Established early in nineteenth century. Employees About 600. Directors: George Cradock (Chairman) and Percy Stanley Cradock. Manufactures.—Steel wire ropes, highest quality specially flexible, non-rotating, plain or galvanized " Locked Coil," " Silverlock," " Lang's Lay," " Nuflex " and other brands cableways, aerial ropeways, rope chutes, suspension bridges.

CRAIG, A. F. & Co., Caledonian Engine Works, Paisley. 7'. A.: " Craig, Paisley." 7'. N. Paisley 2191-2.

CRAIG & DONALD, Ltd., William Street Works, Johnstone, near Glasgow. T. A.: " CraigDonald, Johnstone." T. N.: Johnstone 15. Cables Marconi, International and A.B.C. (5th Edition). Manufactures.—Machine tools, including punching plate splitting and bar cropping machines.

CRAIG, TAYLOR & CO Ltd., Shipbuilders, Stockton-on-Tees." T. A.: Co.,Aratayor, Stocktonon-Tees. T.. N.: 636 (3 lines). Established 1884. Capital £200,000. Employees: 1,200. Directors: Herbert Taylor, Kate Taylor and William Young. Products.—Oil, passenger and cargo steamers.

CRAIGPARK ELECTRIC CABLE CO., Ltd. Flemington Street, Springburn, Glasgow. T. A. " Percha, Glasgow." T. N.: Bell 90 (Private Branch Exchange). Capital £150,000. Directors Dr. M. Maclean (Chairman), A. B. MacLean and D. Maclean (Managing), P. Rentoul and R. Scott. Manufactures.—Electric and insulated cables.

CRAN, John, & SOMERVILLE, Ltd., Marine Engine Builders, Shipbuilders and Repairers, Tower Street, Leith. T. A.: "Cran, Leith." T. N. Leith 705 and 706. Established 1881. Incorporated 1917. Directors: John Cran, James Andrew Somerville and John Duncan Cran.

CRANE-BENNETT, Ltd., 45-51, Leman Street London, E.1. T. A.: " Spruceness, Phone, London." T. N.: Avenue 8062-5 (4 lines). Established 1908. Nominal capital £50,000. Employees ioo. Directors: R. T. Crane, Junr. (Chairman), J. E. Bennett (Mang. Director), J. A. Murphy, E. C. Townsend, D. Maclntyre. Sec.: M. Lister. Products.—Pipe fittings (malleable soft cast and wrought iron), valves and cocks, gun-metal and iron plumbers' brasswork, pipe hangers, tools, etc.

CRAVEN BROS. (Manchester), Ltd., Vauxhall Works, Reddish, Stockport. T. A.: " Craven Reddish." T. N.: Heaton Moor 421. Established 1853. Employees: 1,500. Directors: W. H. S. Craven (Chairman), F. W. Reed, J. Simpson, C. A. Park, Sir Byron Peters, K.B.E., and W. V. Hamilton. Manufactures.—Machine tools and cranes.

CRAVENS RAILWAY CARRIAGE AND WAGON CO., Ltd., Darnall, Sheffield. T. A. " Craven, Sheffield." T. N.: 4589-4592 (4 lines). Established 1867. Capital £300,000. Employees Approximately 1,000. Directors: C. F. Spencer (Chairman), W. H. Anderson, Harold Craven, Sir W. H. Ellis, G.B.E., D.Eng., A. J. Grant, A. Willis Dixon. Products.—Railway carriages, railway wagons wheels and axles, ironwork, etc.

CRAWFORD FOUNDRY CO., 4, Crawford Passage, Farringdon Road, London, EL.'. T. N. City 7238. Manufactures.—Brass and gun-metal castings.

CRAWLEY AGRIMOTOR CO., Ltd., Tower Works, Saffron Walden, Essex. T. A.: " Crawley Saffron Walden." T. N.: 17 Saffron Walden. Established 1916. Mang. Director: Geo. Pollock. Sales Manager: A. E. Crawley. Wks. Manager H. P. Lawrence. Tech, Manager: C. V. Crawley. Products.—The Crawley motor plough, and general light engineering work.,

CRAWSHAY BROS. (Cyfarthfa), Ltd., Steel Manufacturers, 2, Dock Chambers, Bute Street, Cardiff. T. A.: " Crawshay, Cinderford."

CREDENDA CONDUITS CO., Ltd., Whitehouse Street, Aston, Birmingham. T. A.: " Credenda, Birmingham." T. N.: East 931 (5 lines). Established 1913. Capital £50,000. Directors: Ph. Schloss (Chairman), E. A. Edwards (Managing) L. M. Waterhouse, J. H. Aston. Products.—Electrical conduits and fittings, electrical heating and cooking apparatus, and electrical cables.

CREED & Co., Ltd., Telegraph Works, East Croydon, Surrey. T. A.: " Credo, Croydon." T. N.: Croydon 2121 (3 lines). Incorporated 1912. Capital £90,000. Directors: F. G. Creed (Chairman and Managing Director ), W. A. Coulson, M. I. E. E., and A. M. Alexander, M.Inst.C.E., M.I.N.A. Employees About 250. Manufactures.—High-speed automatic telegraph apparatus (patented ), telegraph accessories, wireless telegraph apparatus, stentorphones.

CRESSWELLS, Ltd., Wellington Mills, Laisterdyke, Bradford. T. A.: " Cresswells' ," and " Asbestos Bradford." T. N.: Bradford 950. Established 1875. Incorporated as a Limited Co. in Cresswell's Asbestos Co., Ltd., re-registered in 1911 as Cresswells', Ltd. Capital £11,000, 6 per cent Preference shares of £1 each and 15,000 Ordinary shares of £1 each. Directors: Lionel Cresswell, J.P. (Chairman ) Alfred Bracewell (Managing ). Employees: 150. Manufactures.—General asbestos spinners, oil blenders, packing makers, boiler coverings, Chekko brake lining.

CRICHTON, C. & H., Ltd. Registered Office: 229, Tower Building, Liverpool. Works io, Derby Road, Liverpool. T. A.: " Criton, Liverpool." T. N.: Central 265o and Bootle 875. Directors: James Crichton, H. E. Henderson and C. J. W. Crichton. Special Work.—Ship repairs, boilers, copperwork sheet-metal work, oxy-acetylene and electric welding, winches, buoyancy apparatus for ships.

CRICHTON, J. & Co., Ltd., Shipbuilders and Engineers, Saltney Shipyard, Chester; Connah's Quay Dockyard, Connah's Quay; 17-19, Cockspur Street, London, S.W.i; 229, Tower Building, Liverpool. T. A.: " Yacht, Chester "; " Quaydock Connah's Quay "; " Shipatco, Westrand, London "; " Criton, Liverpool." T. N.: Chester 868; Connah's Quay 5o; London, Gerrard 6628; Liverpool, Central 265o. Products.—Stearn and motor coasters, tugs, barges etc. Specialists in the construction 'of shallow draft craft.

CRITTALL MANUFACTURING CO., Ltd. Manor Works, Braintree, Essex; New Works Witham, Essex; 246, High Holborn, London, W.C.2. T. A A.: "Crittall, Braintree "; " Critmanco, London." T. N.: Braintree io6 (3 lines); London Holborn 326 and 327. Codes: A B C (5th & 6th Edns. ) Western Union and Bentley's. Bankers.: Barclay's Bank, Ltd. Established in 1883 by Francis Henry Crittall. Incorporated as a Limited. Co. Mang. Director: Francis Henry Crittall, J.P. Works cover 30-40 acres. Staff: 1,500. Branches: Dublin, Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham, Bombay, Calcutta, Buenos Aires, Cape Town, Delft, Detroit, Shanghai, Montreal, Federated Malay States, Greece, Spain, etc. Connection: United Kingdom, Foreign and Colonial. Manufactures.—Universal casements, standard metal windows, standard fenestra sashes, constructional steelwork and fireproof doors.

CROCKATT, W. & Sons, Ltd., 64, Darnley Street, Glasgow. T. A.: " Crockatt, Glasgow." T. N.: 340 and 357 Pollokshields. Established 1901. Capital £20,000. Employees: 60. Mang. Directors: W. Crockatt, John Crockatt, W. Campbell Crockatt. Sec.: R. M. Laird. Manufactures.—Valve reseaters, tube brushes feed-water filters, salt detector, pump rings, gauge glass cones, semaphores, marine glues, machine cut gearing.

CROFT, A. J. & Co., Ltd., Manufacturing Metallurgists, Holly Lane, Perry Barr, Birmingham. T. A.: " Chilrod, Birmingham." T. N.: Birmingham East 237. Established 1915. Incorporated 1918. Capital £10,000 (nominal). Chairman: John Allan Jackson. Managing Director: Albert John Croft Director and Secretary: Geo. T. Lambert. Employees: Too. Manufactures.—Brass and gun metal ingots, bars aluminium alloy notchbars, etc. Also buyers of any quantity of copper-bearing residues.

CROFTS (Engineers), Ltd., Leeds Road, Bradford, Yorks. T. A.: " Crofters, Bradford." T. N.: Bradford 4901. Manufactures.—Clutches, pulleys.

CROMPTON & Co., Ltd., Electrical Engineers and Contractors, Salisbury House, London Wall London, E.C.2. T. A.: " Crompton, Phone, London." T. N.: Central 488 and London Wall 1959. Registered 1888. Reconstructed 1913. Capital £500,000 Issued £466,539, Reserve Fund £55,500. Directors A. A. Campbell Swinton, F.R.S. (Chairman), Sir G. H. West, Lieut.-Col. J. Clibborn, C.I.E., Major W. C. Hale, O.B.E., M.C., S. W. A. Noble, J. A. Rennie C. F. Tufnell, T. Britten (also Works Manager), and E. Reeves (Managing Director and Secretary ).

CROMWELL ENGINEERING CO., 327, Putney Bridge Road, London, S.W.r 5. T. A.: "Putney r 601. " T. N.: Putney 1601. Established 1915. Principal: T. Allison. Manufactures.—Gear cutters, jigs, gauges, and gear replacements for motor-cars and motor-cycles.

CRONE & TAYLOR, Ltd., Mechanical Engineers, Worsley Brow, Sutton, St. Helens. T. A. " Crone Taylor, St. Helens." Manufactures.—Conveyors, elevators.

CROOKELL, W. & Co.,Ltd., Electrical Engineers for Power, Light and Telephone Installations, Water Street Works, Middleton, Lancs. T. N.: 133 Middleton. Established in 1888.

CROOKES, ROBERTS & Co., Argus Steel Works, Sheffield. T. A.: " Argus, Sheffield." T. N.: Sheffield 143. Established 1830. Principal W. J. Ritchie. Manufactures.—Steel guillotine machine knives, bedplates and doctor blades, papermakers' tools roll bars.

CROSBY VALVE & ENGINEERING CO. Ltd., 41-2, Foley Street, London, W.I. T. A. " Crosby, London." 7'. N.: Museum 4343-4 Established 1887. Incorporated 1914. Capital £25,000. Directors: George A. Mower, M.I.Mech.E. (Chairman ), Robert Clark, A.M.I.Mech.E. (Managing ) G. R. Thursfield. A.M.I.Mech.E. Manufactures.—Boiler feed and pressure regulators reducing and safety valves, boiler mountings, engine indicators, whistles, lubricators, pressure gauges pressed steel union couplings.

CROSS & CROSS, Ltd., Constructional Engineers, Union Works, Walsall. T. A.: " Iron, Walsall." T. N.: Walsall 5o7. Code A B C (5th Edition). Chairman: H. J. Nicklin. Managing Director; C. J. Cole. Directors W. W. Sale W. H. Crosse, G. H. Stone. Est. 1899. Reformed 1909 as Ltd. Co. Manufactures.—Steel framed buildings, roofs bridges, girders, tanks, iron buildings for export colliery steelwork, steel chimneys, towers, etc.

CROSSLEY & Co., 6, St. Mary's Gate, Manchester. T. A.: "Tooling, Manchester." T. N. City 15. Codes: Marconi, International. Proprietor: C. W. B. Crossley. Manufactures.—Multiple radial drilling machines and other machine tools.

CROSSLEY BROTHERS, Ltd., Openshaw Manchester. T. A.: " Gasengine, Manchester." T. N.: Manchester City 4200. Established 1866. Incorporated as a Limited Co. 1897. Capital £2,000,000, Issued £1,418,804, Reserve Fund £100,000. Directors: Sir Kenneth Crossley (Chairman), J. J. Carter (Managing), Major Eric Crossley, W. L. P. Webb, F. Pitty and E. Tattersall. Specialities.—Gas and oil engines, gas plants for power and heating, ammonia recovery plants, etc.

CROSSLEY, G., Ltd., Albion Works, Cleckheaton. T. A.: "Crossley, Cleckheaton." T. N. Cleckheaton 39. Established 1795. Directors: C. B. Bateman, G. Rushworth, F. Walker, F. Messenger (Chairman), H. C. Roberts. Manufactures.—Pulleys for belts and ropes, wire drawn plants, shafting and fittings.

CROSSLEY MOTORS, Ltd., Motor Car Manufacturers, Gorton, Manchester. T. A.: " Motors Gorton, Manchester." T. N.: Manchester City 4611 (private exchange). Codes: A B C (5th Edition) Western Union, Private. Directors: Sir Kenneth Crossley, Bart. (Chairman), Major Eric Crossley O.B.E., W. M. Letts, C.B.E. (Managing). Secretary H. E. Shuttleworth. Incorporated 1910. Capital £1,101,960.

CROWLEY, John & Co., Ltd., Meadow Hall Iron Works, Sheffield. T. A.: "Crowley." T.N. 25. Established 1888. Capital £100,000. Employees 500. Directors: John F. Crowley and Walter Crowley. Manufactures.—Castings in malleable iron, steel alloy and grey iron.

CROWN, John & Sons, Ltd., Shipbuilders and Ship and Engine Repairers, Strand Slipway, Sunderland. T. A.: " Slipway, Sunderland." T. N.: Office, 116; Yard, 1163. Established 1807. Employees: 250 to 300. Mang. Director: Henry Crown. Products.—Self-trimming colliers up to 3,600 tons dead-weight.

CROWN SPRING CO., Lyttleton Street, West Bromwich. Manufactures.—Steel springs.

CROWN WORKS, Ironfounders, Chelmsford. Manufactures.—Rotary and magnetic chucks, surface plates, gauges, and electrical accessories and appliances.

CROWTHER, Henry & Sons, Ltd., Rolling Mills, Cleckheaton. T. A.: " Crowther, Cleckheaton." T. N.: 43 Cleckheaton. Established 1886. Employees: 65-70. Directors: Frank Crowther and James Crowther. Products.—Bright turned steel shafting, 1 in. to 8 in.; wrought iron pulleys; pedestals, hangers couplings, wall brackets, etc.

CRUICKSHANK, James, Ovenbuilder and Bakery Engineer, 34, Torphichen Street, Edinburgh. T. A.: " Ovens, Edinburgh." T. N.: 521I Central Edinburgh. 1:51. 5o years.

CRYPTO ELECTRICAL CO., Ltd., Acton Lane, Willesden, London, N.W.Io. T. A.: " Commutator, Harles, London." T. N.: Willesden 2240 (4 lines ). Established 1888. Capital £100,000. Employees: 300. Chairman: T. E. Goodyear. Joint Mang. Directors: J. Goodwin Shaw and Cecil R. Shaw. Products.—Motors, alternating and continuous current dynamos, motor generators and alternators and switchboards.

CRYSELCO, Ltd., Kempston Works, Bedford. T. A.: "Cryselco, Kempston." T. N.: Bedford 177. Established 1895. Capital £15,000. Employees: 350. Mang. Director: H. Stanley Deacon J.P. Manufactures.—Carbon filament lamps, tungsten filament lamps, wireless telegraphy valves.

CUBITT'S ENGINEERING CO., Ltd., 56 Conduit Street, London, W.I. Works: Aylesbury. T. A.: " Cubittle." T. N.: Mayfair 4712. Established 1919. Directors: E. C. Hannen, G. R. Holland, E. M. May, H. J. Joseph, J. Putnam, P. L. H. Dodson. Manufactures.—Motor cars.

CUMMING, D. M., Ltd., Blackhill Shipyard Glasgow. T. A.: "Caisson, Glasgow." T. N. Bridgeton 417. Codes: A B C (4th and 5th Editions ). Mang. Director: H. Robb. Manufactures.—Light draft steamers and barges up to 200 feet.

CUNLIFFE & CROOM , Ltd., Broughton Ironworks, Manchester. T. A.: "Lathe, Manchester." T. N.: City 1886. Code: A B C (5th Edition ). Manufactures. — Horizontal boring, drilling and milling machines.

CUNNINGHAM, Thos. W. & Co., Ltd. 7, Collingwood Street, Newcastle-on-Tyne. Incorporated 1911. Principal: T. W. Cunningham J. B. Cunningham and H. P. Cunningham. Specialities.—Pneumatic plant, tools, etc., shipyard and engineering appliances.

CURTIS MANUFACTURING CO., Conduit Place, Paddington. T. A.: " Rheofaire." T. N. Paddington 4076. Established 1910. Sole Proprietor: Frederick C. Curtis. Products.—Actual manufacturers and patentees for resistances for all purposes, regulating, sliding rheostats, charging boards, kinematograph resistances, switchboards, dimmers, shunt regulators.

CUSSONS, G., Ltd., Mathematical Instrument and Gauge Makers, Technical Works, Lower Broughton, Manchester.

CUTTS, Verdon & Co., Consulting Engineers and Electro-Metallurgists, Town Hall Chambers, 87 Fargate, Sheffield. T. A.: " Elfurno, Sheffield." T. N.: 2963. Established 1909. Proprietor: Verdon 0. Cutts. Specialities.—Electric welding plant, electric furnaces and glass lehrs.

CYANIDE PLANT SUPPLY CO., Ltd., Mining Engineers, 28, Victoria Street, London; S.W.i T. A.: "Cyanicolim, Vic, London." T. N.: Victoria 7849. Established 1897. Capital £20,000. Directors Alfred James, W. E. Speller and Captain A. Swan. Specialities.—Have supplied ore-treatment equipment to the leading gold and silver mines of the world.

CYCLONE WELDING PLANT CO. (Matthews & Yates, Ltd., Proprietors ), Cyclone Works, Swinton, Manchester. T. A.: " Cyclone, Swinton, Lancs." T. N.: Central 1871. Established 1910. Employees: 30. Gov. Director: Walter Yates. Products.—Oxy-acetylene welding and cutting plants, acetylene generators, welding pipes.

CYCLOPS CONCRETE CO., 9--11, Hilbre Street, Liverpool. T. A A.: " Assessor, Liverpool." Established 1882. Principal: J. S. Rigby. Manufactures.—Concrete moulding machines.

CYCLOPS ENGINEERING CO., Ltd. Victoria Crescent, Burton-on-Trent. Manufactures.—Welded and riveted steel drums barrels, and tanks.

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