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GALLOWAY MOTORS, Ltd., Tongland Kirkcudbright, Scot. T. A.: " Engines, Kirkcudbright." T. N.: Kirkcudbright 49. Established 1920. Capital £200,000. Employees: About 200. Directors: Lord Invernairn (Chairman), T. C. Pullinger, C.B.E., R. H. Ballantine, C.A., Miss Dorothee Pullinger, M.B.E., Charles Penford Pullinger and Ernest E. Leverett. Manufactures.-10-20 H.P. coupes.
GALLOWAYS, Ltd., Engineers and Boilermakers, Knott Mill Iron Works, Manchester. T. A.: "Galloway, Manchester." T. N.: Manchester, Central 6312. Established 1835. Incorporated 1899. Capital £330,000, Issued £264,760, plus £150,000 First Mortgage Debenture Stock. Directors: C. Leonard Agnew (Chairman), R. F. Riddick, J. Hewlett, jun., and C. Price. General Manager: H. Pilling. Manufactures.—Steam and gas engines, boilers superheaters, pumping engines, blast furnace blowing engines, electric generating gas engines, etc.
GAMBRELL BROS., Ltd., Electrical Engineers, Merton Road, Southfields, London, S.W.18. T. A. " Gambrell, Putney 2100." T. N.: Putney 2100. Established 1912. Capital £10,000. Directors: T. E. Gambrell and C. T. Gambrell. Specialities.—High grade testing instruments galvanometers, standard resistances, potentiometers, condensers, etc.
GAPP, J. B. & Co., Whitecross Street, Union Street, S.E.I. T. A.: " Boilermaker, Sedist." T. N.: 1705 Hop. Proprietors: J. E. Phillips and F. C. Wheatcroft. Manufactures.—Steam boilers.
GARDINER, SONS & Co., Ltd., Constructional Engineers, Midland Iron Works, St. Philip's, Bristol. T. A.: " Gardsons, Bristol." Code: A B C (5th Edition ). T. N.: Bristol 5640. Directors: T. C. Gardiner, A. H. Gardiner, F. Gardiner, E. J. L. Gardiner and A. Gardiner. Est. 1860. Specialities.—Light constructional steelwork, fireproof doors, steel casements and sashes, high-class ornamental ironwork, hand-power lifts.
GARDNER, L. & Sons, Ltd., Manufacturing Electrical Engineers, Barton Hall Engine Works, Patricroft, Manchester. T. A.: " Theorem, Patricroft." T. N.: Eccles 401. Established 1900. Capital £200,000. Directors: T. H. Gardner, E. Gardner, L. Gardner, E. Gardner, J. Gardner and E. H. Norris.
GARDNER, Wm. & Sons (Gloucester), Ltd. Flour Mill and General Engineers, Bristol Road, Gloucester. T. A.: " Gardner, Gloucester." T. N. Gloucester 117. Established 1853 by the late Wm. Gardner. Incorporated as a Private Co. 1905. Directors: Charles E. Gardner, J.P., and Alfred J. Gardner. Specialities.—Grinding, sifting, mixing and drying machinery for every kind of dry powders, and indiarubber materials, and general flour mill machinery.
GARNER, George & Sons, Ltd., Ironfounders, Canal Foundry, Victoria Street, Openshaw, Manchester. T. N.: Openshaw 12. Incorporated as a Limited Co. 1901. Capital £8,000, Issued £3,124 Preference Shares, £4,500 Ordinary. Directors: S. Roberts (Chairman) and E. A. Radford, G. P. Roundrup. Joint Managing Directors: A. Hodgson and A. E. Cadman. Specialities.—Heavy tool castings.
GARNETT, P. & C., Ltd., Textile Machinists, Wharfe Works, Cleckheaton. T. A.: " Garnett Cleckheaton." T. N.: 306 and 307 Cleckheaton. Established 1851. Capital £60,000. Employees 200. Directors: C. W. Leather (Managing), H. D. Leather, W. Shepherd. Products.—" Garnett " or waste opening machinery, willeys, wool cleaning and burring machines pulleys, shafting, etc.
GARRARD ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING CO., Ltd., Precision Engineers. Registered Office: 17, Grafton Street, London, W.I. Works: Swindon, Wilts. T. A.: " Garrard, Swindon." T. N.: 190 Swindon. Established 1915. Capital £20,000. Employees: 239. Directors: Sebastian Henry Garrard, Henry Charles Pearson and Charles Edwin Newbegin. Products.—Precision tools. Manufacturers of highclass spring motors for talking machines. " Garrard " boring heads, etc.
GARRETT, Richard & Sons, Ltd. (Branch of Agricultural & General Engineers, Ltd.), Central House, Kingsway, London, W.C. T. A.: " Agroengic London." T. N.: 685o Gerrard. Established 1778. Directors: Lt.-Col. F. Garrett, C.B.E., A. S. Garrett V. Richard Garrett, C. G. Melrose, Louis W. Smith. Products.—Power plants, steam wagons, electric vehicles, threshing machines, tractors, sleeping vans trailers.
GARRINGTON, John & Sons, Ltd., General Stampers, Albert Works, Darlaston, Staffs. T. A. " Garrington, Darlaston." T. N.: Darlaston 53. Established 1830. Capital £25,000. Directors: Tom S. Peacock (Managing), F. W. Keen, E. Steer H. Probyn, J. H. Jolly, A. Beech (Gen. Manager). Manufactures.—Drop forgings for the motor agricultural, tube and engineering trades.
GARSTON GRAVING DOCK & SHIPBUILDING CO., Ltd., Royal Liver Building, Liverpool. T. A.: "Regulator." T. N.: Bank 8802. Chairman: H. M. Grayson. Sec.: A. Try.
GARTON & KING, Exeter Foundry, Exeter. Manufactures.—Iron castings.
GARTSHERRIE ENGINEERING & FORGE CO., Mechanical Engineers, 50, Wellington Street, Glasgow. T. A.: "Forgings, Glasgow." T. N. Central 2556.
GAS ACCUMULATOR CO. (U.K.), Ltd., Lighthouse Engineers, Beacon Works, Brentford. T. A.: " Agafaros, Brentford." T. N.: Ealing 636.
GAS LIGHTING IMPROVEMENT CO., Ltd., Alexandra House, Queen Square, London, W.C.x T. A.: " Carburine, Westcent, London." T. N. Museum 7400-4. Incorporated 1888. Capital £250,000 (235,000 Ordinary Shares, 15,000 Preference Shares), Issued 15,000 Preference, 235,000 Ordinary. Directors: Tyndale White (Chairman), Philip C. Tennant (Managing), Wm. McCall, Sheffield Neave and W. A. S. Andrew, A.C.I.S. (Secretary). Specialities.—Carburine motor spirit, Glico motor spirit, Glico benzole, Glico white spirit (turpentine substitute).
GAS METER CO., Ltd., 238, Kingsland Road, London, E.2. T. A.: " Meter, 'Phone London." T. N.: Dalston 142. Established 1862. Capital £100,000. Directors: Sir H. Cowan, F. R. Smith, W. W. Parkinson and J. A. Macleod. Sec. F. W. Church.
GAULDIE, GILLESPIE & Co., Ltd., Broomhall Engine Works, Kinning Park, Glasgow. T. A. " Construct, Glasgow." T. N.: Nat. 1777 South. Manufactures.—Marine engines.
G.B.B. AUTOMOBILES, Ltd., 12, Heddon Street, London, W.I. T. A.: " Golbobes, Reg London." T. N.: Regent 2756.
GEE, Richard & Son, Hydraulic, Mechanical Brassfounding and Finishing Engineers, Firth Street Brass and Iron Works, Huddersfield. T. N.: Huddersfield 769. Established 1888. Partners: George W. Gee and Walter Gee. Specialities.—Fullway combination valves, cast iron and steel Fullway valves, valves for superheated steam, boiler mountings, hydraulic pumps, etc.
GEIPEL, Wm. & Co., Mechanical and Electrical Engineers, 72A, St. Thomas Street, London, S.E.I. T. A.: "Patella, London." T. N.: Hop 594-5-6 (3 lines). Established 1871. Sole Principal: Wm. Guy-Pell. Employees about 11O. Manufactures.—Wires and cables for electric lighting and power transmission, electrical switchgear steam traps, separators, electrical insulating materials etc.
GELLINGS FOUNDRY, Ltd., Founders, Motor and General Engineers, South Quay, Douglas, Isle of Man. T. A.: " Gellings Foundry, Douglas." Established 1877. Incortorated as a Limited Co. 1877. Capital £12,000, fully issued, Reserve Fund £6,000. Manager: John Clucas. Managing Director: J. M. Gibson.
GEMMELL & FROW, Mechanical Engineers, Plane Street, Hull. T. N.: Hull Central 1571. Established 1898. Principals: F. G. B. Gemmell and R. B. Frow. Specialities.—Steam windlasses, winches, capstans and steering gears.
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO., Ltd. (The) Manufacturing Electrical Engineers, 67, Queen Victoria Street, London, E.C.4. T. A.: " Electricity Cent, London." T. N.: London Wall 3600 (36 lines). Cablegrams: " Polyphase, London." Incorporated as a Limited Co. 1889. Capital (Authorized) £6,000,000, Issued £5,390,656, Reserve Fund £300,000. Directors: H. Hirst (Chairman and Managing), E. G. Byng (Vice-Chairman), M. J. Railing (General Manager), M. F. Armstrong, A. Chamberlain, J. Y. Fletcher, J. Fraser, Sir J. P. Hewett, G.C.S.I., G. H. Ide, M. S. Conner, Major Gen. Hon. Sir Newton J. Moore, K.C.M.G., M.P., A. H. Railing, M. Soloman, S. D. White and C. Wilson. Specialities.—Steam turbines, turbo blowers, coal and ore conveying plant, mining machinery, gas cleaning plant, motors, dynamos, switchboards, switchgear.
GENERAL ENGINE & BOILER CO., Ltd. Pomeroy Street, New Cross, London, S.E.I4. T. A. " Oxygen, 'Phone, London." T. N.: New Cross 668. Established 1873. Directors: F. P. DuSautoy, L. E. Townroe, H. C. Frampton. Manufactures. — High-pressure air compressors, reservoirs and fittings, motor car and lorry gears and parts, machine work and special machinery.
GENERAL IRON FOUNDRY CO., Ltd. Constructional Engineers, Brooks' Wharf, Upper Thames Street, London, E.C.4. T. A.: " General Iron (Cent. ), London." T. N.: City 2810, 2811 2812. Managing Director and Secretary:. Horace W. Rogers. Directors: Sir Henry Cook, Kt., George Lorimer, Cecil Mack. Est. 1853. Specialities.—Steel sashes and casements, cast iron sashes, fire escape staircases, spiral staircases steel buildings, roof principals, and division doors.
GENERAL MOTORS, Ltd., 1-4, Thurloe Place, London, S.W.7. T. A.: " Cenmotexpo." T. N.: Kensington 774.
GENT & Co., Ltd., Manufacturing Electrical Engineers, Faraday Works, Leicester. T. A. " Lodestone, Leicester." T. N.: Leicester 151 (2 lines). Chairman: J. N. Derbyshire. Managing Director I. H. Parsons. Directors: A. R. Leivers, H. R. Waddington, C. Skinner. Est. 1878. Specialities.—Telephones and telephone apparatus bells and indicating apparatus, colliery signals cast-iron bells and signal gear.
GERRARD & Co., Ltd., 15, 17 and 19, Great Tichfield Street, London, W.I. T. A.: " Gerrinated Wesdo, London." T. N.: Museum 3350. Established 1917. Capital £25,000. Directors: H. V. Roe (Chairman), E. Earl Glover, J. Leadbitter Smith R. J. Hammond (Managing). Manufactures.--Electrical air compressors, electrical valve grinders and electrical drills, Laminum brass, the ideal packing material.
GIBBINS, Richard C. & Co., Berkley Street, Birmingham. T. A. " Gibbins, Birmingham." T. N.: Midland 244. Established 1869. Directors Hugh Gibbins and David Gibbins. Products.—Cranes, electric, steam and hand-power hand winches, friction hoists, locomotive traverse jacks, lifting jacks, wagon jacks, rail benders.
GIBBONS BROS., Ltd., Gas and Constructional Engineers, Dibdale Works, nr. Dudley. T. A. " Gibbons, Lower-Gornal." T. N.: Dudley 2450. Established 1875. Incorporated as a Limited Co. 1895. Chairman and Managing Director: W. P. Gibbons, J.P. Directors: C. S. Bennett, E. Masters W. M. Hughes, H. V. Stanton, A.S.A.A., F.C.I.S. (also Sec. ), J. A. W. Marie, T. B. Walker, W. E. Gibbons and G. E. Gibbons. Specialities.—Retort settings, constructional steel work, furnaces for heat treatment of metals.
GIBBS & Co., Motor, General and Consulting Engineers, Fawcett Street, Fishergate, York. T. A. " Prompt, York." T. N.: York 464 and 465. Established 1909. Principal: John Edward Gibbs, M.I.A.E. A.M. I.Mech. E. Speciality.—Design and manufacture of jigs, tools and gauges.
GIBBS, John & Son, 72, 74, 76, Duke Street, Liverpool. T. A.: "Ventilation, Liverpool." T.N. Liverppol Royal 2579. Proprietor J. W. Gibbs. Est. about 1830. Specialities.—Ventilating, warming and drying apparatus, patent electro motors for fan driving patent fans, blowers and safety switches.
GIBSON, Arthur L., Manufacturing Engineers, Radnor Works, Strawberry Vale, Twickenham. T. A.: "Shannies, Twickenham." T. N.. Richmond 680. Specialities.—Kinnear patent steel rolling shutters,. Gibson patent bi-folding doors.
GIBSON, Joseph & Co., Unity Works, Hill Top, West Bromwich. T. A.: " Elliptic, West Bromwich." T. N.: West Bromwich 431. Established 1835. Proprietors: J. Brockhouse & Co., Ltd. West Bromwich. Manufactures.—Stampings, castings, ironwork wind screens, body fittings, spring clips, for motor and coach trades. Forgings, stampings and fittings for railways and tramways.
GILBERTSON, W. & Co., Ltd., Pontardawe near Swansea. T.A.:"Gilson, Pontardawe." T.N. Pontardawe 54. Established 1834. Employees 1,800. Mang. Directors: F. W. Gilbertson, C. F. Gilbertson and C. G. Gilbertson. Manufactures.—Steel, tinplates, galvanized sheets.
GILKES, Gilbert & Co., Ltd., Hydraulic and Electrical Engineers, Kendal, T. A.: " Gilkes, Kendal." T. N.: Kendal 28. Established 1853. Incorporated 1894. Directors: Norman F. Wilson Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., J.P., Major Eric Crewdson, late R. E. and R. F. C. , M. C. , Assoc. M. rnst.C. E. , B. Sc (Managing), W. M. Harris, A.M.I.E.E., and R. W. Pennington. Employees: 150 to 160. Manufactures.—Hydraulic turbines, Pelton wheels, automatic governors for turbines and Pelton wheels, high and low lift centrifugal pumps, etc.
GILLESPIE & BEALES, Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, Buying Engineers, Amberley House, 12, Norfolk Street, London,' W.C.2. T. A. " Gillesando, Estrand, London." T. N.: Gerrard 2681 and 4720. ,Principals: M. M. Gillespie M.I.E.E., Morton Beales, M.I.E.E. Representatives for: Browett Lindley & Co. Macintosh Cable Co., Limmer & Trinidad Lake Asphalt Co. Sole Agents for " Nilfisk " electric suction cleaners. A separate department specialises in purchasing for export and acts as English agent and representative of numerous engineering firms abroad who purchase from Great Britain.
GILLESPIE PARTNERS, Ltd. (Proprietors of the Railway Truck Supply Co. ), 80, Gracechurch Street, London, E.C.3. T. N.: Avenue 78. Manufactures.—Electric trucks.
GILLETT STEPHEN & Co., Ltd., Atlas Works, Bookham, Surrey. T. N.: Bookham 40. Manufactures.—Internal combustion motor engines.
GILLOTT, J. & Son, Colliery Plant Manufacturers, Lancaster Works, Barnsley.
GILMAN, Frank, 8, Grange Road, Smethwick. T. A.: "Rotherwood, Birmingham." T. N. Edgbaston 1081. Established 1890. Employees: 24. Manufactures.—Patent pneumatic scaling and brushing tools for water- and fire-tube boilers.
GIMSON & Co. (Leicester), Ltd., Mechanical Engineers, Vulcan Road, Leicester. T. A.:" Gimson Leicester." T. N.: Leicester 6, 734, 1247. Established about 1842, by Josiah Gimson. Incorporated T A as a Limited Co. in 1896. Directors: J. Mentor Gimson J. Russell Gimson, Harold Gimson and Kingsley S. Gimson. Manufactures.—Lifts, electric or belt driven, for passengers and goods, machinery for breweries and maltings; boilers; constructional steelwork; cast-iron and steel tanks; shafting and all power transmission details; perforated plates; Gypsum mining machinery; pumps for deep wells, boreholes, town water supply, etc.; friction clutches; shirt and hose presses; all kinds of special machines built to customers' designs and drawings; oxy-acetylene and electric welding.
GLACIER METAL CO., Ltd., Anti-Friction Metal Manufacturers, Waldo Road, Willesden Junction, London, N.W.io. T. A.: " Beaucoup, Kensal London." T. N.: Willesden 1882. Established 1899. Capital £60,000. Employees: 100. Directors: C. W. Findlay, K. R. Findlay. Products.—Glacier metal, Babbitts metal, die castings.
GLAHOLM & ROBSON, Ltd., Hendon Road, Sunderland. T. A.: " Glaholm, Sunderland "; " Glaholm, Ave, London." T. N.: 1252 Sunderland, 8964 London Wall. Established 1857. Capital £150,000 Ordinary Shares; 12,000 Debentures. Employees: 350. Directors: A. P. Kidson (Chairman ), M. W. Parrington, F. Swann, H. M. Stobart H. Major, W. T. Speed (Managing), J. G. Waugh (and Secretary ). Products.—Standard round strand, flattened strand and flat steel wire ropes, for mining, engineering cranes, ropeways, ships' uses, launching, salvage, oil wells, etc.
GLASGOW ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING CO., Ltd., Electrical and Mechanical Engineers 45-47, Pitt Street, Glasgow. T. A.: " Garty, Glasgow Central 61." T. N.: Glasgow Central 6r. fncor-horated as a Limited Co. 1912. Cal,ital LI,000. Managing Director and Secretary: John H. Garty. Specialities.—Dynamo and motors, repairs to electrical machinery.
GLASGOW IRON & STEEL CO., Ltd. Wishaw. T. A.: " Ingot, Wishaw." T. N. Glasgow, Central 99. Established 1844. Incorporated as a Limited Co. in 1888. Directors: Lord Invernairn (Chairman ), N. E. Peck, V. B. Stewart, J. E. Thirlaway. Manufactures.—Steel plates for ships and boilers bars, angles, channels, billets and slabs.
GLASGOW PATENT MOULDERS' BLACKING CO., Ltd. (The), Foundry Specialities Manufacturers, 28-32, Fleming Street, Port Dundas Glasgow. T. A.: "Moulders, Glasgow." T. N. Douglas 1569. Established 1860. Incorporated as a Limited Co. 1912. Managing Director: John MacEwan. Specialities.—Patent moulders' blacking, plumbago, etc., graded coke for sulphuric acid plant.
GLASGOW RAILWAY ENGINEERING CO. Ltd., Helen Street, Govan, Glasgow. T. A. " Expansion, Glasgow." T. N.: Govan 53. Manufactures.—Railway wheels and axles, carriage and wagon ironwork, and cast-steel axle boxes.
GLASGOW STEEL ROOFING CO., Ltd. Constructional Engineers, North Western Works, Possilpark, Glasgow. Manufactures.—Iron and steel girders and joists and iron roofs.
GLEDHILL BROOK TIME RECORDERS Ltd., Empire Works, Huddersfield. T. A.: " Time Huddersfield." T. N.: Huddersfield 1069. Manufactures.—"G.B." Time Recorders.
GLENFIELD & KENNEDY, Ltd., Hydraulic & General Engineers, Kilmarnock, Scotland. T. A. " Glenfield, Kilmarnock." T. N.: Central 66. Established 1899. Capital £750,000. Directors D. Strathie (Chairman), J. A. Morris, J. Begg, J. W. Granger, Sir A. Walker, E. B. Ball (Joint Managing) and R. Kennedy (Joint Managing).
GLENGALL IRON WORKS, Ltd., Boilermakers, Shipwrights, etc., Glengall Road, Millwall, E. T. A.: "Glengall, Millest." T. N.: 8o East. Manager: James Halket.
GLENIFFER MOTORS, Ltd., Anniesland, Glasgow. T. A.: " Glengine, Glasgow." Manufactures.—Paraffin marine motors.
GLOBE ENGINEERING CO., Ltd., Huddersfield Road, Brighouse. T. A.: " Globe-Brighouse." T. N.: Brighouse 99. Established 1920. Capital £5,000. Directors: A. M. Lawry, A.M.I.E.E., A. Dean and R. M. Brooke. Manufactures.—All types of electric motors and dynamos, fittings for gas retort plant, special machine tools.
GLOBE PNEUMATIC ENGINEERING CO. Ltd., 1, Victoria Street, Westminster, London T. A.: " Pneumatoid, Vic, London." T. N.: Victoria 2671. Established 1904. Incorporated I go 5. Capital £62,500. issued £3' ,C 82. Managing Director: John Wilbur Tierney. Employees about J00. Manufactures.—Pneumatic tools and air compressors.
GLOBE TANK & HURDLE CO., Ltd., Green Lane, Wolverhampton. T. A.: " Screens Wolverhampton." T. N.: 691 Wolverhampton. Established 1908. Capital £12,000. Employees. 100. Directors: W. A. Walton (Managing), Walton Tattersall, Wm. Tattersall (Junr.). Products.—Grey iron castings up to 4 tons, tanks of every description, welded and riveted; range boilers, welded; galvanizing.
GLOUCESTER FERRO-CONCRETE SHIPBUILDING CO., Ltd., Hempstead, Bristol Road, Gloucester. T. A.: "Ferroship, Gloucester." T. N.: Gloucester 984. Directors: W. F. Hoborough W. H. Nicholls (also Secretary), W. T. Nicholls and F. R. Hoborough.
GLOUCESTER RAILWAY CARRIAGE & WAGON CO., Ltd., Gloucester. T. A.: " Slater Gloucester." T. N.: Gloucester 1015. Established 1860. Capital £525,000. Employees: 1,500. Directors: Sir Richard V. Vassar-Smith, Bart. (Chairman), E. L. Evan-Thomas, M. F. Maclean The Rt. Hon. Lord Bledisloe, K.B.E., Sir F. Colchester-Wemyss, K.B.E., and John Macgregor C.B.E. (Managing). Products.—Railway carriages and wagons, railway wheels and axles.
GLOVER & MAIN (Birmingham), Ltd., Gothic Works, King Edward's Road, Birmingham. T. A.: "Gothic." T. N.: 1360—I Central. Employees: 125. Directors: Kenneth Aird, Lieut.-Col. \V. R. Glover, C.M.G., D.S.O., Archibald Pollock Sir Paul A. Makins, Bart., Rt. Hon. T. McKinnon Wood, James Archibald Maclay Glover Clark. Products.—Stampers and piercers, gas meter manufacturers, gas stove and cooker manufacturers.
GLOVER BROS., Mossley, nr. Manchester. T. A.: "Ropes, Mossley." T. N.: Mossley 51. Partners: Robert B. Glover and B. Harvey Glover. Specialities.—Steel wire ropes and guide rods for mining, wire ropes for shipping and general purposes aerial ropeways and aeroplane cables.
GLOVER, George & Co., Ltd., Mechanical Engineers, Ranelagh Works, Royal Avenue, Chelsea London, S.W.3. T. A.: " Dry Meters, London." T. N.: Kensington 1140. Established 1861. Incorporated as a Limited Co. 1901. Capital 90,000 Issued 80,000. Directors: John Coxon, J.P. (Chairman), H. M. Thornton, J.P. (Managing), Albert W. Glover (General Manager), J. F. Atkins, M.B., F. W. Richmond, A. Slack and J. W. Slack. Secretary Arthur Slack. Special Manufacture.—Dry gas meters.
GLOVER, John & Sons, Mechanical Engineers, Brassfounders and Finishers, 14 & 16, Muslin Street, Bridgeton, Glasgow. T. N.: Bridgeton 16. Established 1829. Principals: David C. Glover and William H. Glover.
GLOVER, M. & Co., Patentees and Saw Mill Engineers, Holbeck Lane, Leeds. T. A.: " Glovers, Leeds." T. N.: Leeds 20059 (2 lines). Established about 50 years. Managing Director: Arthur William Glover, M.I.Mech.E. Specialities.—Designing of special machines for special purposes, firewood splitting, arranging and bundling machines, sawdust, briquette and other types of firelighter machinery, patent " Ideal " sawguards, safety circular planer cutter blocks, saw sharpeners, high-class saw benches.
GLOVER, T. & Co., Ltd., Gas Engineers Gothic Works, Angel Road, Edmonton, London N.18. T. A.: "Gothic, 'Phone, London." T. N. Tottenham 40-2. Manufactures.—Gas meters and stoves.
GLOVER, W. T. & Co., Ltd., Trafford Park, Manchester. T. A.: "Cables, Manchester." T. N. Manchester 7196. Established 1868. Capital £214,850. Directors: E. A. Claremont (Chairman), Capt. R. S. Hilton, Lieut.-Col. W. C. Symon, A. E. Tanner L. Chandler, A. Cartwright and Major A. L. Chandler (Managing). Manufactures.—Insulated wire.
G.N., Ltd., East Hill, Wandsworth, S.W.18. T. A.: "Vivement, Wands., London." T. N. Battersea 33, 34, 3007; Latchmere 4107, 4108. 51 Established 1910. Capital £79,000. Employees: 700 (approx.). Directors: M. Lourde (Chairman) Capt. A. Frazer Nash, H. R. Godfrey, J. C. Vreden burg, W. Lecoq-McBride. Products.—" G.N." Cyclecar.
GOLCHER, J. Ltd., Manufacturers of Drop Forgings, Bright Street, King's Hill, Wednesbury.
GOLDENDALE IRON CO., Ltd., Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent. T. A.: " Goldendale, Tunstall, Staffs." T. N.: Central 580. Established 1844. Incorporated as a Limited Co. 1916. Governing Director: H. H. Williamson. Secretary: J. W. Seddon. Manufacture.—Special cylinder pig-iron.
GOODALL, CLAYTON & Co., Ltd., Pepper Road, Hunslet, Leeds. T. A.: "Vertical, Leeds." T. N.: Leeds 20384-5. Registered as a Limited Co. 1914. Capital £40,000. Directors: Lawrence Clayton (Chairman), Joseph Clayton, J. J. Baines R. G. Thomson and C. A. Goodall (Managing Director and Secretary). Employees: 2 so to 300. Manufactures.—Elevating and conveying machinery; colliery screening plants, headgears, gas plants vertical retorts and structural steelwork.
GOODBRAND & Co., Ltd., Mechanical Engineers, Britannia Foundry, Stalybridge. T. A. " Goodbrand & Co., Stalybridge." T. N.: Ashton-u-Lyne 431. Established 1860. Converted into a Private Limited Co. in 1915. Capital £20,000, Issued £15,335. Directors: P. W. Goodbrand, A. N. Goodbrand and E. C. Dickinson. Special Manufactures.—Makers of fuel economizers for steam boilers, and all types of testing machinery for the textile trade.
GOODCHILD & PARTNERS, Ltd., 56-58, Eagle Street, Southampton Row, T. A.: " Whizzing, Westcent, London." T. N.: Holborn 6406. Established 1910. Capital £30,000. Employees: 50. Directors: Geo. W. Goodchild (Governing), C. H. Sowerby (Managing), M. H. Copeland. Products.—Milling cutters, reamers, taps and dies, automatic die heads, adjustable die stocks, twist drills, files, sundry engineers' small tools.
GOODWIN, A. & Son, Ltd., Sumner Street, Southwark, S.E.I. T. A.: "Shaftman." T. N. Hop 4930. Manufactures.—Air compressors, vacuum pumps pulleys, shafting and fittings.
GOODWIN, BARSBY & Co., Mining Machinery Manufacturers, Leicester. T. A.: " Goodwin, Ironfounder, Leicester." T. N.: Central 2134. Manufactures.—Stone and coal crushers.
GOOLE SHIPBUILDING & REPAIRING CO., Ltd., Victoria Shipyard, Goole. T. A.: " Shipyard." T. N.: Nat. 161-2. Directors: C. H. Pile (Chairman), H. F. Craggs (Managing), and R. Tinn.
GOSPORT AIRCRAFT & ENGINEERING CO., Ltd., Gosport.
GOSWELL ENGINEERING CO., Ltd., Mechanical and Motor Engineers, Machinists, etc., Ange r6 Mews, Pentonville Road, London, N. T. N.: North 3051. Established and Incorporated 1913. R. C. Portway, A.M.I.Mech.E. (Director and Manager) A. P. Portway (Director and Secretary ).
GOVAN SHAFTING & ENGINEERING CO., Ltd., Merryland Street, Govan, Glasgow. T. A.: "Pedestal, Glasgow." T. N.: Govan 653 and 654. Products.—Shafting and bright steel bars.
GRAFTON & Co., Atlas Works, Bedford T. A.: " Grafton, Bedford." Manufactures.—Electric and overhead travelling cranes, lifts, hoists, steam engines, winches, pumping machinery, derrick and dredging machines, etc.
GRAFTON DYNAMOS, Ltd., 43, Queen Street, Govan, Glasgow. Registered 1919. Capital £10,000. Directors: W. F. Grafton (Managing), F. Blair A. D. Jones (also Secretary), G. B. Tennent.
GRAHAM, Alfred & Co., Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, St. Andrew's Works, Crofton Park, London, S.E.4. T. A.: " Navalhada, Brock London." T. N.: Sydenham 366, 952 and 1700. Specialities.—Electrical Dept.: Details of naval electrical equipment, including loud-speaking naval telephones, fire and torpedo control instruments electrical telegraphs, signal and alarm apparatus special switchgear and submarine signalling appliances. Automobile Fittings Section: " Graham " autohorns, towing ropes, exhaust silencers, and various components and accessories. Gramophone Dept.: " Algraphones," " Sonat " sound boxes and spring motors.
GRAHAM & NORMANTON, Excelsior Works, Halifax, Yorks. T. A.: "Excel, Halifax." T.N. Halifax 1306. Established 1907. Principals: J. Graham and H. Normanton. Speciality.—Lathes.
GRAHAME-WHITE Co., Ltd., London Aerodrome, Hendon, N.W.9. T. A.." Volplane, Hyde London." T. N.: Kingsbury 120. Established 1911. Capital £200,000. Directors: C. Grahame-White, Mrs. Grahame-White, H. W. Matthews and S. C. Magennis. Manufactures.—Aeroplanes.
GRANGEMOUTH DOCKYARD Co., Ltd. Canal Street, Grangemouth. T. A.: " Dockyard Grangemouth." T. N.: Grangemouth I I. Directors W. Millar (Managing), A. S. Millar (Managing) S. P. Jackson (Managing), and W. Millar, Junr. Sec.: D. W. Gairns. Manufactures.—Ships. Ship and marine engine repairers.
GRANT, J. A. & Co., Seafield Engineering Works, Cardonald, Glasgow. T. A.: " Grant Cardonald." T. N.: Govan I zo. Established 1895. Employees: 100. Manufactures.—Spring safety valves.
GRANT, RITCHIE & Co., Ltd., Kilmarnock, Scotland. T. A.: " Grant, Kilmarnock." T. N. Kilmarnock 93. Manufactures.—Colliery winding, hauling and pumping machinery, locomotive boilers, steelworks plant and general engineering.
GRANTHAM BOILER & CRANK CO., Ltd. Grantham. T. A.: " Land, Grantham." Manufactures.—Steam boilers, bent cranks, air receivers and feed water heaters.
GRANVILLE TIN PLATE CO., 5, Sheepcote Street, Birmingham. T. N.: Mid. 1681. Established 1899. Employees: 56. Principals: E. J. Bruton, E. J. Doubleday and W. Troughton. Products.—Sheet metal work for extracting dust and fumes in engineering and allied trade works.
GRASSMOOR WELDING AND ENGINEERING CO., Ltd (The), Mechanical Engineers, Hasland, nr. Chesterfield. T. A.: " Welding 511, Chesterfield." T. N.: 511 Chesterfield. Incorporated as a Limited Co. 1919. Directors: A. T. H. Barnes, E. E. Barnes, E. C. Barnes, N. R. Barnes and Geo. Dearle. Secretary: I. H. Saxton. Specialities.—Spare parts for gas engines (any make), electric and oxy-acetylene welding.
GRATZE, Ltd., Electrical & Mechanical Engineers, Premier Works, 44 and 46, Whitfield Street, London, W. T. A.: " Gratzelim, Ox., London." T. N.: Museum 4863. Established 1904. Capital £30,000. Employees: 100. Directors: E. V. Hayes Gratze, F. Clayton and R. W. Nuttall. Manufacturers and Patentees of the " Premier " motor and electrical accessories automobile mechanical and general engineers and contractors. Standard lines: mechanical horns, lamps, pumps " Nightingale " exhaust whistles, engines, motor components and accessories. All types of mechanical and electrical apparatus, spinnings, pressings, etc.
GRAY & Co. (1918), Ltd., West Hartlepool. T. A A.: " Gray, Hartlepool." Directors: Sir W. C. Gray, Bt., J.P. (Chairman), Sir J. R. Ellerman. Bt. (Vice-Chairman), G. Jones (Managing), R. W. Brydon, A. McGlashan, T. McCarthy, M. S. Gibb, F. C. Pyman, A. Jones, W. Gray and J. Farmer. Sec.: 0. Stephens. Manufactures.—Ships.
GRAY, James & Son, Electrical Engineers, George Street, Edinburgh. T. A.: " Grates Edinburgh." T. N.: Edinburgh Central 7486. Established 1818. Principal: Robert Elliot Douglas.
GRAYSON, H. & C., Ltd., Royal Liver Buildings, Liverpool. T. A.: " Regulator, Liverpool." T. N.: Bank 8800. Established 1761. Capital £106,400. Directors: Lt.-Col. Sir H. M. Grayson, K.B.E., M.P., G. L. Bevan, Denys H. Grayson Geo. H. Harradon. C. C. Hatray, S. J. Passmore, G. H. Potter, J. Reney Smith, P. Haig Thomas F. G. Thompson. Manufactures.-3,150 ions dead-weight standard steamers, ship repair work of all descriptions, drydocking and marine engineering.
GREAT CENTRAL CO-OPERATIVE ENGINEERING & SHIP REPAIRING CO., Ltd. Ironfounders, Brassfounders & Marine Engineers, Grimsby.
GREEN, A., Ltd., New Normanton Mills, Derby. Established 1912. Capital £16,000. Directors: A. Green (Chairman), T. Walton. Sec.: P. Rodgers. Manufactures.—Electric cables and wires.
GREEN & BOULDING, Ltd., 162A, Dalston Lane, London, E.B. T. A.: " Temperature, London." T. N.: 12455 Central. Manufactures.—Injectors.
GREEN, E. & SON, Ltd., Fuel Economizer Makers, Wakefield, Yorkshire. T. A.: " Economizer, Wakefield." T. N.: Wakefield 443. Established 1821. Incorporated as a Private Limited Co. Directors: Sir Edward Green, Bart., Francis W. Green and Gilbert E. Tennant. Stag: 1,000. Business.—Sole makers of Green's Fuel Economizers for Steam Boilers to utilize Waste Heat in Flue Gases, thereby heating the Boiler Feed Water.
GREEN, G. W. & Co. (Feltham), Ltd. Electrical Engineers & Brassfounders, Feltham, Middlesex. T. A.: "Cufel, Feltham." T. N. Feltham 14. Capital £5,000. Directors: G. W. Green and R. O. Pickmere (also Secretary ).
GREEN, George & Co., Foundry Engineers and Contractors, Cooke Street, Keighley, Yorks. T. A.: "Cupola, Keighley." T. N.: Keighley 518. Sole Proprietor: George Green. Specialities.—Complete foundry equipment, including cupolas of all types, steel converters, brass melting furnaces, ladles, and all foundry machines.
GREEN, R. & H., & SILLEY, WEIR, Ltd. London House, New London Street, E.C.3. T. A. " Interknit, Fen, London." T. N.: Avenue 6337. Business.—Ship, engine and boiler repairs.
GREEN, T. & Son, Ltd., 96, North Street, Leeds. T. A.: " Smithfield, Leeds." T. N.: Leeds 3580. Established 1835. Incorporated as a Limited Co., 1862. Manufactures.—Lawn mowers, garden rollers steam tractors, steam road rollers, motor rollers motor street-sweeping machines and locomotives.
GREEN, William & Co. (Ecclesfield), Ltd. Engineers and Ironfounders, Norfolk Foundry, Ecclesfield, nr. Sheffield. T. A.: " Green, Ecclesfield." T. N.: Ecclesfield 1. Established 1855. Directors: W. R. Green, 0. C. Bagshaw and W. Percy Green. Specialities.—Spring-power hammers, furnaces, malleable iron union couplings, sand blast equipment, colliery plant, engineers' castings, etc.
GREENGATE & IRWELL RUBBER CO. Ltd., Electrical Wire & Cable Makers, Greengate Works, Salford, Manchester. T. A.: " Sincolor." T. N.: 5728 City. Established 1870. Capital £800,000. Employees: About 2,000. Directors James Tinto, M. Frankenburg, S. T. Rowe, S. Frankenburg, R. Colsell, and J. G. Tinto. Products.—Rubber insi‘lated cables, bitumen insulated cables.
GREENOCK DOCKYARD CO., Ltd., Main Street, Greenock. T. A A.: " Mainyard, Greenock." T. N.: Greenock moo. Directors: W. Millar and W. Millar, Junr. Manufactures.—Ships.
GREENWOOD & BATLEY, Ltd., Mechanical, Hydraulic, Electrical, Steam and Textile Engineers, Albion Works, Leeds. T. A.: " Greenwood, Leeds." T. N.: Leeds Zoo ri. Established 1856. Incorporated 1888. Capital £600,000, Issued £448,788. Reserve £150,000. Directors: Colonel 0. C. Armstrong D.S.O. (Chairman), Colonel H. A. Micklem, C. B. C.M.G., D.S.O., Thomas Greenwood and Sidney T. Batley (Managing Director). Manufactures.—Special machine tools, oil mill machinery, waste silk machinery, electric dynamos and motors, and steam turbines.
GREENWOOD'S STANDARD GEAR CUTTING CO., Ltd., Gear Wheel Makers, New Bond Street, Halifax. T. A.: "Gears, Halifax." T. N. Halifax 1212.
GREGSON & MONK, Hydraulic Machine Makers, Vulcan Ironworks, Preston.
GRESHAM & CRAVEN, Ltd., Salford, Manchester. T. A.: " Brake, Manchester." T. N. Manchester, Central 618. Incorporated as a Limited Co. Manufactures.—Railway appliances, injectors.
GREY, Geo. T. & Co., Ltd., Holborn Engineering Works, South Shields. T. A.: " Alert, South Shields." T. N.: 745 South Shields. Established 1882. Capital £10,500. Employees: 200. Joint Mang. Directors: H. Hunter Doeg, G. T. Grey. Products.—Marine engines up to 2,000 I.H.P. Quick closing valves to Norwegian B.O.T. requirements. Copper pipes and brass castings.
GRICE, GRICE & Son, Ltd, Nile Street, Birmingham. T. A.: " Grice, Birmingham." T. N.: Birmingham, Midland 22. Established 1878. Incorporated 1904. Directors: Lt.-Col. J. H. M. Greenly, C.B.E. (Chairman), J. B. Genders (Managing), E. Allen, H. J. H. Drury, H. V. Geary (Sec.) Employees: about 500. Manufactures.—Brass and copper tubes for all purposes.
GRICE, William & Sons, Ltd., Ironfounders Engineers, Fazeley Street, Birmingham. T. A. " Motive, Birmingham." T. N.: Central 114. Established 1854. Capital £40,000. Employees: 135. Directors: W. R. Herring, M.Inst.C.E. (Managing) D. J. Edmonds, C. 0. Ericsson and E. A. Herring. Manufactures.—" Invincible " wet air filters for cooling alternators, rivet heading machines, nail machinery, cast-iron annealing pots, ingot moulds and general castings.
GRIEVE, John & Co., Motherwell Crane & Engine Works, Motherwell. T. A.: " Grieve Motherwell." T. N.: Motherwell 56. Established 1878. Employees: 100. Principals.: John Grieve Robert Grieve and John C. Grieve. Manufactures.—Cranes of all types.
GRIEVE, Thos. & Sons, Shipping Hardwaremen & Manufacturers, Bedford Street, North Shields. T. A.: "Grieve, North Shields." T. N.: io and 52 North Shields. Established over 5o years. Principals: Thos. Grieve, Senr., Thos. Grieve, Junr. Gilbert Grieve. Products.—Ships' galley and pantry fittings, ships' ventilators, lamps, tanks, etc., deck, cabin and engineroom furnishings.
GRIFFITHS & BILLINGSLEY, Tube & Fitting Manufacturers, Victoria Tube Works, Wednesbury. T. A.: " Victoria, Wednesbury." Established 1858. Proprietor: George Griffiths. Products.—Gas, steam and water tubes and fittings, hydraulic and Perkins' hot-water tubes, etc. tubes for Perkins' steam ovens.
GRIFFITHS, Eli & Sons, Lamp Manufacturers, Beacon Works, Bradford Street, Birmingham. T. A.: "Eli, Birmingham." T. N.: Midland 285. Established 1870. Principals: Richard William Griffiths, Thomas Leonard Griffiths. Products.—Lamps of every description for ships railways and road vehicles.
GRIFFITHS, I. & Sons, Mesty Croft, Wednesbury. Manufactures.—Gas fittings and pipes.
GRIMLEY, G. & Co., Stampers & Piercers, Hall Works, Willenhall.
GRIMSBY ENGINEERING CO., Ltd., Marine Engineers & Ship Repairers, Fish Docks, Grimsby.' T. A.. " Steam." T. N.. Grimsby 2589. Established 1898. Capital £14,780. Employees: 300. Directors: J. W. Smethurst (Managing), H. C. Smethurst and W. W. Smethurst. Manufactures.—Ships' boats, brass and iron castings.
GRIMSLEY & Co. (Leicester), Ltd., Engineers, St. George's Works, Queen Street, Leicester. T. A. "Grimsley, Queen Street, Leicester." T. N. 79. Established 1874. Capital £10,000. Employees 60. Mang. Director: S. Grimsley. Manufactures.—Chemical machinery, filters, mixers pulverizers, pill plant, milling cutters, pipe screwing machines, small tools, saw benches and wood working machinery.
GRINDROD, Alfred & Co., 19, Shrewsbury Road, Sheffield. T. A.: "Grindrod, Sheffield." T. N.: Sheffield, Central 3290. Members of the Firm: Alfred Edwin Grindrod, Stephen Grindrod. Established 1899. Manufactures.—Heating and ventilating apparatus.
GRIPLOCK WASHER, Ltd., Manufacturers of Patent Lock-Washers, 6A, Tudor Street, London E.C.4. T. A.: "Emirship, London." T. N.: City 989. Established 1919. Director: Paget Baxter, Portslade, Brighton.
GROSVENOR FOUNDRY, Iron Founders, 5-8 Grosvenor Street, Coleshill Street, Birmingham.
GROVER & Co., Ltd., Britannia Works, Carpenters Road, Stratford, London, E.i 5. T. A. " Adopted, Strat, London." T.N.: Stratford 984 (2 lines). Managing Director and Chairman: B. R. Beale. Directors: S. F. Staples, C. W. Farrar. Techical Director: F. B. Woolford. Est. 1875. Manufactures.—" Simplex Lead Glazing " and " Grover Spring Washer " nut locks. Perforating embossed stamping and printing-bottle stoppermaking machinery.
GROVESEND STEEL & TINPLATE CO. Ltd., Gorseinon, near Swansea. T. A.: " Grovcsend Gorseinon." T. N.: Gorseinon 45. Manufactures.—Steel bars and billets, tinplates, terne-plates, blackplate, black and galvanized steel sheets.
GRUBB, Sir H. & Sons, Ltd., Astronomical Instrument Manufacturers, Flget Works, St. Albans Herts. T. A.: " Grubb, St. Albans, Herts."
GUEST & CHRIMES, Ltd., Iron & Brass Founders, Rotherham, Yorks. T. A.: " Guest Rotherham." T. N.: 205. Established 1843. Capital £50,000. Employees: 400. Directors F. Mackman Watson, E. Watson, F. H. Bruges H. D. Cottam, D. M. Watson. Products.—Sluice valves, reservoir valves, penstocks, etc., Chrimes, "Turbine" water meter; Chrimes' high-pressure bib and stop taps.
GUEST, J. & Sons, Mill Makers, Henry Street, West Bromwich.
GUEST, KEEN & NETTLEFOLDS, Ltd., Iron & Steel Manufacturers & Colliery Proprietors, London Works, Smethwick, near Birmingham (Registered Office). T. A.: " Globe, Birmingham." T. N.: Smethwick 282. Established 1900. Capital Authorized 15,000,000. Directors: Edward Steer (Chairman), Francis W. Keen (Deputy Chairman and Managing), H. Seymour Berry (Deputy Chairman) T. S. Peacock (Managing), Sir J. Field Beale, K.B.E. William E. Berry, Lt.-Col. the Hon. C. H. C. Guest. T. J. Callaghan, D. R. Llewellyn, John Paton H. G. Hill, W. R. Lysaght, C.B.E., H. Probyn Sec.: J. H. Jolly. Products.—Rails, steel sleepers, fishplates, billets railway fastenings, bolts and nuts of all descriptions rivets, Nettlefolds' screws, nails, cast-iron chairs sleepers.
GUMMER, G. & W. G., Ltd., Effingham Brass Works, Rotherham. T A.: "Gummer, Rotherham." T. N.: 578 and 579 Rotherham. Established 1874. Employees: 250. Directors: Ald. Geo. Gummer J.P. (Chairman), W. H. Gummer, Geo. Gummer. Products.—Valves, cocks, etc., for super-heated steam boiler mountings, gauges, etc., high-pressure water cocks, valves, etc.,
GUNTHER, W. Sr. Sons, Central Engineering Works, Havelock Street, Oldham. T. A.: " Gunthers Oldham." T. N.: Oldham 317. Established 1869. Principals: James A. Gunther, E. J. Gunther. Manufactures.—Water turbines and their accessories, blowing fans, centrifugal pumps.
GUNTON & Co., Ltd., Engineers to Boot, Shoe & Printing Trades, Eclipse Works, Short Street, Leicester. T. A.: "Cutters, Leicester." T. N. Leicester 606. Established 1895. Capital X5,000. Employees: 50. Directors: Oliver E. Gunton and Oliver W. Gunton. Manufactures.—All kinds of cutting presses. Every description of knives and dies. Repairs a speciality.
GUTHRIE & Co., Accrington. T. A.: " Quartz Accrington." T. N.: 2491, 2583, 2438. Principal W. Hayhurst. Products.—Ceratherm centrifugal pumps for corrosive liquids, Ceramic-lined vats, fans, anti-corrosive chemical engineering plant, filters (continuous) evaporators, reaction systems, porcelain insulators. Also plant for electrical heating and evaporating of liquid chemicals and electrical drying of solid chemicals.
GUY MOTORS, Ltd., Mechanical Engineers, Fallings Park, Wolverhampton. T. A.: " Guymo Wolverhampton." T. N.: Wolverhampton 1141-4. Incorporated as a Limited Co. 1914. Capital £750,000 Issued E,600,000. Directors: J. A. Jordan (Chairman), S. S. Guy (Managing), T. S. Hooper and F. H. Pepper. Sec.: J. E. Jordan. Specialities.—Motor cars and motor lorries.
G.W.K. (1919 ), Ltd., Motor Car Manufacturers, Cordwalles Works, Maidenhead. T. A.: " Cars Maidenhead." T. N.: 624 (3 lines). Established 1919. Capital £300,000. Employees: 300-350. Directors: Tom Norton, H. Newton Knights, M.P., G. E. R. Adair, J. T. Wood, C. M. Keiller, J. G. Raphael. Products.—G.W.K. 2 and 4-seater 4-cylinder light car, G.W.K. light commercial van.
GWYNNES ENGINEERING CO., Ltd. (Gwynnes, Ltd.), Hammersmith Iron Works London, W.6. T. A.: "Gwynne, London." T.N. Hammersmith 1910. Founded by John Gwynne in 1849. Directors: Neville Gwyn Gwynne, C.B.E. M.I.N.A., M.I.Mech.E. (Managing), Jas. McKie Dewar, M.I.N.A., M.I.Mech.E., Walter W. Wilkes Sec.: A. E. Jennings. Products. — " Invincible " centrifugal pumping machinery for all purposes, aero engines (Clerget B.R., and other types), manufacturers of the Albert car.