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1922 Who's Who In Engineering: Company M

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Note: This is a sub-section of 1922 Who's Who in Engineering

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McALISTER, R. & Son, Stand Point, Dumbarton. T. A.: "McAlister, Dumbarton." T. N. Dumbarton 45. Partner: P. McAlister. Manufactures.—Ships.

McALPINE, Sir Robert & Sons, Public Works Contractors, 50, Pall Mall, London, S.W.I. T. A. " Ferrocrete, Charles, London." T. N.: Gerrard 6754 (3 lines). Partners: Sir Robert McAlpine Bart., Robert McAlpine, William H. McAlpine, T. Malcolm McAlpine and Alfred D. McAlpine. Speciality.—Railway, harbour, dock, waterworks and tunnel construction; reinforced concrete; tunnelling in ferro-concrete segments.

McCALLUM'S, MALLEABLE CASTINGS Ltd., 231, 232, Aston Road, Birmingham. T. A. " McCallum, Aston Road." T. N.: 7148 Central. Established 182o. Employees: 25. Director: J. Ramsay McCallum. Products.—Malleable castings for engineers; steel alloy castings for motor manufacturers. Every deScription of malleable castings.

McCLURE & WHITFIELD, Electric Dynamo and Motor Manufacturers, Mersey Dynamo Works, Range Road, Adswood, Stockport.

MACCOLL & POLLOCK, Ltd., Marine Engine Builders, Wreath Quay Engineering Works, Sunderland. T.A.: "Wreath, Sunderland." T.N. 1212. Mang. Director: Gilbert R. Pollock.

MACDONALD, D. J., C.E., M.I.Mech.E. Mechanical Engineer, South Saint Roque's Works, Dundee. T. A.: "Medalist, Dundee." T. N. Dundee 239. Specialities.—Sack-making machinery, chocolate machinery, rubber machinery, high-speed engines.

MACDONALD, GIBBS & Co. (Engineers) Ltd., Capel House, 54, New Broad Street, E.C.z. T. A.: Empiricism, London." T. N.: London Wall 2062. Established: Firm, 1909; Company 1915. Directors: Lt.-Col. A. C. Macdonald, D.S.O. (Governing), Sir Harry C. W. Verney, Bart., Colonel B. H. 0. Armstrong, C.B., C.M.G., Arthur Turner. Chief Work.—Railway, dock, harbour, waterworks and tunnel construction.

McDOWALL, John & Sons, Walkinshaw Foundry, Johnstone. T. A. " Macdowall, Johnstone." T. N.: Johnstone 4. Established 1823. Employees: 209. Principal: Peter Barr. Manufactures.—Saw mill and wood-working machinery of every description.

McEWAN, PRATT & Co., Ltd., 13, South Place, London, E.C.2. T. A.: " Inneal, London." T. N.: London Wall 458. Manufactures.—Petrol-paraffin locomotives.

McEWEN, DENBY & HART-BRIGGS Ltd., Sunbury-on-Thames. T. A.: " Detrart Sunbury." T. N.: Sunbury 35. Incorporated as a Limited Co. in 1909. Directors: H. McEwen (Chairman and Managing), J. N. Briggs, E. F. Denby. Manufactures.—Emery wheel and emery grinding machines.

MACFARLANE ENGINEERING CO., Ltd. Netherlee Road, Cathcart, Scotland. T. A.:" Power Cathcart." T. N.: Langside 555. Established 1912. Employees: 100. Directors: J. C. Macfarlane W. A. Macfarlane, C. B. Macfarlane. Manufactures.—Electric power motors, dynamos etc.

MACFARLANE, Walter & Co., Saracen Foundry, Possil Park, Glasgow. T. A.: " Saracen Glasgow." T. N.: Douglas 1070-1-2-3. Established 1850. Principals: Walter Macfarlane, James Fulton, Walter Macfarlane, Junr., William McLauchlan and Thomas Erskine. Products.—All descriptions cast and wrought ironwork as follows: Engineers' castings, building fronts bandstands, verandas, staircases, etc.

McGEE, Walter & Son, Ltd., Albion Works, Laighpark, Paisley. T. A.: " Albion, Paisley." T. N.: Paisley 2151 and 2. Employees: 600. Products.—Textile machinery, induction motors and iron castings.

McGEOCH, William & Co., Ltd., 28, West Campbell Street, Glasgow; Warwick Works, Birmingham. T. A.: "McGeoch, Glasgow," and " McGeoch, Birmingham." T. N.: Glasgow 9185 Central (7 lines); Birmingham, 77 Victoria. Established 1832. Capital £150,000. Employees 400-500. Directors: Lauchlan A. McGeoch (Chairman and Managing), Alexander McGeoch, O.B.E. William McGeoch, Robert Archibald, D. T. Wilson, J.P. Products.—Ships' hardware and metal cabin furnishings, signal lamps, ships' oil and candle lamps motor lamps, switches, switchboards, electrical accessories and fittings.

McGOWAN, WILD & Co., Oxy-acetylene Engineers, 206, Hurst Street, Birmingham. T. A. " Logic, Birmingham." T. N.: Birmingham Midland 1816. Established 1910. T. H. Wild and 0. B. Trickett (Partners). Specialities.—Manufacturers of complete oxy-acetylene welding and cutting plants, blowpipes, oxygen pressure regulators, etc.

McGOWN, Rogers & Co., 4, Livesey Road, Manchester. Specialities.—Spur and bevel gears.

McGREGOR, William, Scottish Steel Grit Works, Airdrie. T. A.: " Grit, Airdrie." T. N. Airdrie 51. Established 1900. Employees: 120. Manufactures.—Steel grit, round and angular for cleaning iron and steel castings by sand blast. Best corundum grains and corundite.

MACGREGOR'S PORT GLASGOW ENGINEERING WORKS, Ltd., Dockside, Port Glasgow. T. A.: " Gears, Port Glasgow." T. N.: 64 Port Glasgow. Established 1905. Products.—All kinds of steering gears; Macgregor's patent liquid rudder controller.

MACHINISTS, Ltd., Machine Tool Makers 41-3, Oozells Street North, Birmingham. T. N. Midland 7930.

MACINTOSH, Chas. & Co., Ltd., Cambridge Street, Manchester. T. A.: " Macintosh, Manches55 ter." T. N.: 7147 Central. Established 1824. Employees: 3,000. Directors: Lord Colwyn (Chairman), Hugh A. Birley, P. A. Birley, J. H. Birley H. R. C. Birley, J. F. Birley, J. C. Lees, A. Whiteway A. E. Walker, L. Brown, J. S. Corker, J. S. White The Hon. F. H. Hamilton Smith, T. B. Barker. Sec.. J. H. Brown, A.C.A. Manufactures.—Solid and pneumatic tyres, waterproof clothing and general india-rubber goods; cables and electric wires.

MACINTOSH CABLE CO., Ltd., Ashbourne Road Mills, Derby. T. A.: " Macintosh, Derby." T. N.: 1200 (3 lines). Established 1901. Capital £100,000. Directors: P. A. Birley, T. M. Harvey Hon. F. H. Smith, F. Walsh, E. D. Rickard, and Lord Colwyn (Chairman ). Manufactures.—Electric wire and cables.

McINTOSH, R. Y. & Co., Engineers' and Shipbuilders' Merchants and Agents for Engineering and Shipbuilding Specialities, 13, Shakespeare Street Newcastle-on-Tyne. T. A.: " Intosh, Newcastleon-Tyne." T. N.: Newcastle-on-Tyne, Central 1330. Established 1891. Sole Principal: R. Y. McIntosh. Specialities.—Feed water heaters, evaporators fresh water distillers, ice plants, bronze propellers and blades, white metals, etc.

McKECHNIE BROTHERS, Ltd., Rotton Park Street, Birmingham. T. A.: " McKechnie." T. N.: Edgbaston 381 (4 lines). Established 1891. Capital £300,000. Employees: 700. Directors: A. McKechnie (Chairman), J. S. Milligan, D. McKechnie J. Rae and W. Twiss. Products.—Brass rods and stampings, non-ferrous ingot metals, sulphate of copper.

McKENZIE MOTORS, Ltd., Charles Henry Street, Birmingham. T. A.: " Invalids, Birmingham." T. N.: Mid. 836. Established 1913. Capital £10,000. Employees: 40. Directors: Thos. McKenzie, G. N. Cadbury, A. W. Maley. Products.—McKenzie motor-cars.

MACKERETH & Co., Ltd., Mechanical Engineers, Windsor Works, North Church Street, Sheffield. T. A.: "Titanium, Sheffield." T. N. Sheffield 4985. Incorporated as a Limited Co. 1915. Specialities.—Small machine tools, pneumatic riveting and caulking tools, chisel blanks, etc.

McKIE & BAXTER, Shipbuilders and Boilermakers, Cgpland Works, Govan, Glasgow. T. A. " Calidad." T. N.: 35 and 36 Govan. Established 1896. Employees: 500. Principals: P. MacLeod Baxter, Wilson Harvey. Manufactures.—All types of vessels, including side and stern wheelers, tunnel launches, barges, etc. Speciality.—Machinery for vessels constructed abroad.

MACKIE, W. & Co., Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, Palace Engineering Works, 129-133 Lambeth Road, London, S.E.I. T. N.: Hop 182. Established 1882. Sole Proprietor: W. Mackie. Specialities.—Dynamos, motors, Marconi's wireless disc dischargers and rotary converters, complete electric light installations for country houses, etc.

McKINNON, William & Co., Ltd., Iron founders and Boilermakers, 20, Spring Gardens, Aberdeen. T. A.: " Ampang, Aberdeen." T. N. Aberdeen 557. Established 1789. Employees: 300. Manufactures.—Boilers; sugar, rice, cocoa, rubber and coffee plantation machinery.

MACKLEY, Edward N. & Co., Mechanical and Electrical Engineers, Hawks Road, Gateshead-on-Tyne. T. A.: "Hylift, Gateshead." T. N. 237 Gateshead. Established 1912. Employees: 58. Principal: Edward N. Mackley. Products.—Pumping plant of all descriptions; centrifugal, multistage, high lift, medium and low lift, large capacity; reciprocating, ram, piston hand, power drive.

MACKRELL, J. & Co., Ltd., Ironfounders and Mechanical Engineers, Union Foundry, Elland.

McLACHLAN & Co., Ltd., Haughton Bridge Wagon Works, Darlington. T. A.: "Railway, Darlington." T. N.: Darlington 2021: Established 1867. Incorporated 1903. Capital £20,000, Issued £13,350. Directors: R. B. Summerson, J. F. Pease, R. J. Mounsey and C. J. Jackson. Secretary: F. Gowling. Manufactures.—Steel tipping wagons, crane skips portable railways, turntables, elevator buckets, steel mine barrows, etc.

MACLAREN BROTHERS, Ltd., Dumbarton. T. N.: 170. Manufactures.—Petrol and paraffin engines.

McLAREN, J. & H., Jack Lane, Leeds. T. A.: "McLaren, Leeds." T. N.: Central 642. Established 1876. Employees: 400. Manufactures.—Steam ploughing machinery traction engines and steam road rollers.

MACLAREN, Robert & Co., Ltd., Eglinton Foundry, Glasgow, S.S. T. A.: " Socket, Glasgow." T. N.: Glasgow South 635. Incorporated 1908. Capital £150,000, Issued £93,830. Directors: Robert Maclaren and A. T. Barrs. Employees: 600. Manufactures.—Cast-iron pipes for gas, water and steam; general iron castings; cast-iron railway chairs.

MACLELLAN, P. & W., Ltd., Structural Engineers, Clutha Works, Glasgow. T. A.: "MacLellan, Glasgow." T. N.: Glasgow Bell 2000. Established 1811. Incorporated as a Limited Co. 1890. Capital £600,000, Reserve Fund £75,000. Chairman: Wm. Turner MacLellan, C.B.E. Deputy Chairman: Geo. S. MacLellan. Directors: Walter T. MacLellan, Grahame H. Thomson, Waiter S. MacLellan, Samuel McNaught and Charles Goodchild. Specialities.—Steel bridges, steel railway wagons and carriages, bolts, nuts, rivets, etc., and constructional steel work of all kind.$.

McMILLAN, Archd. & Son, Ltd., Shipbuilders, Dock Yard, Dumbarton. T. A.: " Macmillan, Dumbarton." T. N.: Dumbarton 4. Established 1834. Employees: L000. Directors Rt. Hon. Lord Pirrie, K.P., P.C., Sir Owen Philipps G.C.M.G., M.P., George H. Melly, J. Garrick, J. Munn, W. Craig. Manufactures.—Passenger and cargo steamers, oil tankers, tugs, etc.

MACNAB & Co., 56-58, Eagle Street, Southampton Row, Works: Bangor Works, Fawley Road, Tottenham, N. T. A.: " Ommacnabra, Westcent, London." T. N.: Holborn 6405. Employees: 200. Sole Proprietor: T. P. MacNab. Products.—Motor gear boxes and frames, Tabor moulding machines, Tylor patent metal melting furnaces, etc.

MACNAB, John (Machinery), Ltd., Mary Street, Hyde. T. N.: Hyde 78. Manufactures.—Planers, radials, grinders, millers lathes, and other machine tools.

McNEIL, Charles, Ltd., Kinning Park Hydraulic Forge, Glasgow. T. A.: " McNeil, Glasgow." T. N.: Ibrox 82o-3. Established 1872. Capital £20,000. Employees: 400. Directors: Archibald McNeil, Charles McNeil, B.Sc., M.A., John McNeil B.A., Allister McNeil. Products.—McNeil's patent mandoors, ladles standpipes, flanges, forgings, shafting; drop forgings for motor-cars and ship-work; motor chassis frames and other stampings.

McNEIL, John & Co., Ltd., Colonial Iron Works, Govan, Glasgow. T. A.: " Colonial, Glasgow." Established by John McNeil. Employees: 500. Manufactures.—Complete cane and beet sugar plant.

McNEIL, Wm. & Co., Ltd., Consulting and Exporting Engineers, 115, Wellington Street, Glasgow.. T. A.: " Chindwin, Glasgow." T.N.: Douglas 665. Established 1911. Capital £5,000. Managing Directors: Chas B. Mauchan. Directors: Thomas Weir and Archibald Campbell. Speciality.—Patent drill for long shaft boring.

McNEILL, F. & Co., Ltd., Spencer House, 4 South Place, London, E.C.2. T. A.: " Eyeball London." T. N.: Clerkenwell 1643. Established 1833. Capital £15,000, Issued p 1,35°. Governing Director: George Albert Nelson. Manufactures.—Roofing felts of all varieties, dry hair felts, slagbestos (perfected slag wool) for cold storage, thermal insulation, pipe coverings, etc.

McROBIE, J. & Sons, 94, Elliot Street, Glasgow. T. N.: Central 1241. Manufactures.—Phosphor-bronze, gunmetal and brass castings, steam fittings and ships' deck fittings.

MADAN, Charles S. & Co., Ltd., Mechanical Brassfounding and Brassfinishing Engineers, Vortex Works, Broadheath, nr. Manchester. T. A. " Vortex, Altrincham." T. N.: Altrincham 95. Estz5lish3.1 1832. Director;: K. Ord-Mao cenzie H. Pearce, and C. Ord-Mackenzie. Manufactures.—Gun-metal fittings for locomotives battleships, land and marine boilers, etc.; gunmetal, phosphor-bronze, etc., bearings.

MADDIN, James W. & Son, 97, Graham Street, City Road, London, N. Manufactures.—Branding irons.

MAGNETA TIME CO., Ltd., 14-16, Carteret Street, Westminster, London, S.W.I. T. A.: "Dial,. 'Phone, London." T. N.: Victoria 5886. Established 1905. Capital £25,000. Directors: J. W. Molden (Chairman), W. E. Spearing (Managing ),. D. B. Saunderson (Works), and A. E. Saunderson. Products.—Electric clocks and time systems, without batteries or contacts, as installed in the Royal Mint and chief postal buildings, London.

MAGNOLIA ANTI-FRICTION METAL CO. OF GREAT BRITAIN, Ltd., 49, Queen Victoria Street, London, E.C.4. T. A.: " Magnolia, Cannon London." T. N.: City 6596.

MAIDEN & Co., Ltd., Machine and Engineers' Tool Makers, Alexandra Street, Hyde, Cheshire. T. A.: "Maiden, Hyde." T. N.: Hyde 29. Established 1864. Capital £10,000. Employees: 95. Directors: Arthur Denton (Chairman), John Parker (Managing). Manufactures.—Screwing machines for pipes and bolts; stocks, dies and taps; pipe cutters, wrenches and vices.

MAKIN, William & Sons, Ltd., Steel Manufacturers, Darnall Road, Sheffield.

MALCOLM & ALLAN, Ltd., Electrical, Mechanical and Motor Engineers, 499 and 529, Eglinton Street, Glasgow. T. A.: " Rheostal, Glasgow." T. N.: Glasgow South 508, 509 and 510. Established 1909. Incorporated 1909. Capital £20,000. Managing Directors: James Allan and John A. Mathers. Employees: 250.

MALKIN & BINNS, Woodworking Machine Makers, King Cross Machine Works, Halifax, Yorks. T. N.. 1348.

MANCHESTER ALUMINIUM CO., Ltd. Scotia Works, Athole Street, Pendleton, Manchester. T. A.: " Haulage, Manchester." T. N.: Pendleton 144. Established 1918. Capital £10,000. Employees 60. Directors: John Drummond Paton, Norman Allen Lewis, Frederick C. A. H. Lantsberry. Products.—Iron castings, aluminium castings, aluminium and brass die castings.

MANCHESTER DRY DOCKS CO., Ltd. Shipbuilders, Marine Engine Builders, and Dry Dock Owners, Mode Wheel, Manchester. T. A. " Pontoons." T. N.: Trafford Park 825. Directors Sir Geo. Renwick, Bart., M.P., D. W. Fitzgerald J.P., J. A. Grice, W. C. Bacon, J.P., E. Latimer H. Eltringham, G. F. Fisher, G. A. Renwick.

MANCHESTER WATER METER CO. Tipping Street, Ardwick, Manchester. Established 1860. Principal: Herbert Frost. Products.—Frost's patent positive water meters.

MANGANESE BRONZE & BRASS CO. Ltd., Manganese Bronze Manufacturers and Metal Stampers, Caxton House, Tothill Street, London S.W.I.

MANLOVE ALLIOTT & Co., Ltd., General Engineers, Bloomsgrove Works, Nottingham. T. A. " Manloves, Nottingham." T. N.: Nottingham 274. Established x837. Incorporated 1896. Authorized Capital 50,000, Issued £63,690. Directors: Robert Sims (Managing ), Arthur M. Philps and Eustace A. Alliott. Employees: 400. Specialities.—Steam disinfectors and sterilizers centrifugal machines, laundry machinery, oil fuel cooking apparatus, oil mill machinery.

MANN & ALLEN, Ltd., Brassfounders, 87 Cheapside, Birmingham. T. N.: Midland 2417. Established 1906. Directors: W. Collett Mann Ernest Allen. Products.—Brass fittings for shipbuilding, electrical and motor trades.

MANN, EGERTON & Co., Ltd., Motor Electrical and Agricultural Engineers, etc., 5, Prince of Wales' Road, Norwich. T. A.: " Motors, Norwich." T. N.: Norwich 482 (5 lines). Established 1899. Capital,V400,000. Resident Directors: G. N. C. Mann, G. L. Wilford, G. Redgment. Products.—" The Willett Air Gas System," motor car bodies, spare parts for engineers.

MANNING, WARDLE & Co., Ltd., Boyne Engine Works, Jack Lane, Leeds. T. A.: " Manning Leeds." T.N.: 24516. Established 1858. Capital £100,000. Employees: About 300. Directors: Sir George Bean (Chairman), J. T. Middleton (Vice-Chairman), A. Harrison Smith, H. W. D. Fielding. Products.—Tank locomotives (for industrial purposes) either for steam or for internal combustion (petrol).

MANN'S PATENT STEAM CART AND WAGON CO., Ltd., Pepper Road Works, Hunslet Leeds. T. A.: "Canning, Leeds." T. N.: Leeds 27117. Capital £50,000. Directors: Jas. H. Mann, Wm. H. Mann, J. E. Davenport, S. Davenport and A. Mann. Manufactures.—Steam wagons, carts, tractors rollers.

MANSFIELD ENGINEERING CO., Ltd. Mechanical and Electrical Engineers, Recreation Street, Mansfield, Notts. T. A.: " Mansfield 291292." T. N.: Mansfield 291-2. Directors: C. A. Houfton (Chairman) and J. M. Whitehouse. Sec. J. W. Houfton. Specialities.—Colliery plants, chemical works and brickworks plants.

MANWOOD, MILLER & Co., Tame Valley, Dukinfield. T. A.: "Manwood Miller, Dukinfield." T. N.: 523 Ashton-under-Lyne. Established 1912. Employees: 50. Partners: Arthur France Manwood and James Miller. Products.—Sheet metal work, steel lagging for engines, turbines, boiler fronts.

MARCONI'S WIRELESS TELEGRAPH CO., Ltd., Radio Telegraph Engineers, Marconi House, Strand, London, W.C.2. T. A.: " Expanse Estrand, London." 7'. N.: City 8710. Established 1897. Capital 3,000,000. Directors: Senatore G. Marconi, G.C.V.O., LL.D., D.Sc. (Chairman), Godfrey C. Isaacs (Deputy Chairman and Mang. Director) Captain H. Riall Sandey, C.B., C.B.E., R.E. (retired ) Alfonso Marconi, W. W. Bradfield, C.B.E., H. W. Allen, F.C.I.S., M. A. Bramston, S. F. Steadman Sir Chas. Stewart, K.B.E., Rt. Hon. Lord Herschell K.C.V.O., and Lt.-Col. A. Simpson, C.M.G., R.E. (retired ). Products.—Wireless telegraph and telephone apparatus, electrical apparatus, masts, etc.

MARELLI, ERCOLE & Co., Ltd., 19-20 Garlick Hill, London, E.C.4. T. A.: " Auretta Cannon." T. N.: Central 734. Manufactures.—Electric and ventilating fans, electric dynamos and alternators.

MARINE & LOCOMOTIVE SUPERHEATERS, Ltd., 195, Strand, London, W.C.2. 1'. A.: " Supertemp, London." T. N.: City 3263-4. Established 1910. Capital £115,000. Employees: 270. Directors: C. Williamson Milne (Chairman), G. L. Bourne, Col. H. A. Stenning O.B.E., T.D., R. S. Portham, Maj. P. M. Peters, C. E. Adams, F. R. Fitzpatrick. Products.—Superheaters for marine, locomotive and stationary boilers.

MARKT & Co. (London), Ltd., 98-100 Clerkenwell Road, London, E.C.i Manufactures.—Malleable tube fittings.

MARLEY & WHITE, Consulting Radio Engineers, etc., Bentham Buildings, 37 Side, Newcastle-on-Tyne. T. A.: "Wyvern." T. N. Central 1261. Established 1914. Principals: George Marley and Henry Francis White. Products.—Wireless installations, electric motors ships' lighting sets, electric cables, half-watt fittings switchgear, lamps, fans, ventilators, air-filters.

MARPLES, Wm. & Sons, Ltd., Hand Tool Makers, Hibernia Works, Sheffield. T. N.: Holborn 2072.

MARRYAT & SCOTT, Ltd., 28, Hatton Garden, London, E.C.1. T. A.: "Marryat, London." T. N.: Museum 5984, Holborn 6522 (3 lines). Established 1891. Directors: H. Marryat, M.I.E.E., F.E.C.A., M.I.Mech.E., and Murray D. Scott. Manufactures.—Electric, hydraulic and handpower lifts, cranes and hauling machinery, worm reducing gears, automatic motor controlling equipment, etc.

MARSDEN, George & Sons, Sheet Metal Workers, 56-58, Hewitt Street, Gaythorn, Manchester. T. N.: 5492 City. Established 1854. Capital £5,000. Employees: 9. Sole Proprietor: H. R. Marsden. Products.—Switchboard cases, welded tanks, fans for stationary motors, wings, petrol tanks, etc., for motor cars.

MARSDEN, H. R., Ltd., Soho Foundry, Leeds. T. A.: "Marsden, Leeds." T. N.: Leeds 2677o. Established 1858. Directors: N. Taylor (Managing) L. D. Broadbent, A. H. Hopkinson, W. E. Fan. Manufactures.—Stone breakers and ore crushers screening and elevating plants, manganese steel castings.

MARSDEN, Samuel & Son, Ltd., 9, Altrincham Street, London Road, Manchester. T. A. " Bolts, Manchester." T. N.: Manchester Central 2031 (2 lines). Established 1845. Incorporated 1898 as a Limited Co. Capital £100,000 (nominal), Issued £80,000. Directors: Benjamin Marsden (Chairman and Managing), S. F. Marsden and Albert Smith. Employees about 400. Manufactures.—All kinds of bolts, nuts, studs, etc. (black and bright).

MARSDEN'S ENGINES, Ltd., Steam Engine Manufacturers, Heckmondwike, Yorks.

MARSH BROTHERS & Co., Ltd., Ponds Steel Works, Sheffield. T. A.: " Marsh, Sheffield." 7'. N.: 194, 5107. Established 1654. Capital £50,000. Employees: 130. Directors: Harry P. Marsh, J. Parker Marsh, W. Lockwood Marsh, Lawrence Brittain. Products.—Tool steel and strip steel engineers' tools, wire, files.

MARSHALL FLEMING & Co., Ltd., Contractors' Plant Manufacturers and Crane Makers, Delburn Works, Motherwell.

MARSHALL, OSBORNE & Co., Mechanical Engineers, 31, Slaney Street, Birmingham. T. A. " Mosbo, Birmingham." T. N.: Birmingham Central 5245. Established 1907. Principal: Marshall Osborne. Specialities.—Accurately machined parts in phosphor-bronze, gun-metal and steel. Bushes for industrial motors and bearings for locomotives and railway carriages.

MARSHALL, Sons & Co., Ltd., Britannia Ironworks, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire. T. A.: " Marshalls, Gainsborough." T. N.: Gainsborough 125. Established 1848. Incorporated as a Limited Co. 1862. Managing Director: James Marshall, J.P. Assistant Managing Directors: Herbert J.. Marshall and Major H. D. Marshall, T.D. Directors: J. Hugh Marshall and W. George Whiffen. Director and Secretary: G. L. Cook. Assistant Secretary: W. Milroy: Specialities.—Steam engines and boilers for industrial service, threshing machinery, maize shellers tea-preparing machinery, fibre machinery, road rollers traction engines, steam tractors, oil engines, " Locomobiles," oil field drilling engines and boilers, steam pumping plants, etc.

MARSTON BILLINGTON, Ltd., Hayes, Middlesex. Manufactures.—Aircraft accessories and electric light fittings.

MARSTON, C. G. & Co., Ltd., 16, Holborn Viaduct, London, E.C.I. T. A.: "Marbovien Cent, London." T. N.: City 6511. Established 1919. Capital £5,000. Directors: Cecil Gifford Marston, Thomas Percival Chubb, Cecil Holmes Waghorn, Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., and Major J. E. Marston, D.S.O., R.F.A. Products.—Repetition iron and non-ferrous castings, internal combustion engines and components of same, precision machining work of all descriptions.

MARSTON, John, Ltd., Sunbeamland, Wolverhampton. T. A.: " Sunbeam, Wolverhampton." T. N.: Wolverhampton 46 and 206. Established 1790. Directors: Charles Marston (Chairman) A. S. Bowers (Managing), Arthur Chamberlain Brigadier-General Milman. Manufactures.—Pedal bicycles with The Little Oil Bath, motor bicycles with perfect power transmission, radiators for aeroplanes and motor cars.

MARTIN & Son (London), Ltd., Mechanical Engineers and General Ironfounders, 14-18, College Street, York Road, Lambeth, S.E. T. N.: Hop.

MARTIN, G. & W., Steam Boiler Manufacturers, Regent Road, Aberdeen.

MARTIN, W. & Son, Garden Street, Nottingham. T. A.: " Jacquard, Nottingham." T. N. Nottingham 1568. Established 1873. Manufactures.—Lace machinery.

MARTIN, W. C. & Co., 247, St. Vincent Street, Glasgow. T. A.: " Motive, Glasgow." T. N.: Glasgow, Central 1736 (2 lines ). Established 1894. Employees: 150-200. Sole Partners: James Lowson, M.I.E.E., and Gilbert Austin, A.M.I.E.E. Manufactures.—Switchboards and electrical specialities. Patentees of the " Triton " Morse lamp and " Triton " signal lamp indicator.

MARTIN, William, SONS & Co., Dundyvan Iron Works, Coatbridge. T. A.: " Martin, Coatbridge." T. N.: 16 Coatbridge. Established 1884. Employees: 300. Principals: Hugh Martin, William Martin, Alexander Neilson. Manufactures.—Best horse-shoe bars, rivet, bolt and nut iron, bar iron in all qualities.

MARTIN'S CULTIVATOR CO., Ltd. Agricultural Implement Manufacturers, Lincolnshire Ironworks, Stamford.

MASON, B. & Sons, Ltd., Wharf Street Rolling Mills, Aston, Birmingham. T. A.: " Decimal, Birmingham." T. N.: East 181. Established 1852. Incorporated as a Limited Co. in 1915. Employees: Ioo. Mang. Director: T. J. Kennedy. Manufactures.—Brasswork.

MASON BROTHERS, Brandon Street, Leicester. T. A.: " Breaker, Leicester." T. N.: 1158. Established 1866. Principals: J. H. and A. Mason. Manulactures.—Stone-breaking and grinding machines, elevators, etc.

MASSEY, B. & S., Ltd., Openshaw, Manchester. T. A.: "Masseys, Openshaw." T. N. City 8670. Established 1861 as a Private Co. Employees: 450. Directors: Leonard F. Massey and Harold F. Massey (Joint Managing), Charles E. P. Hayton (and Sales Manager). Sec.: John Cheetham. Manufactures.—Steam and power hammers and drop stamping plant.

MASSON, SCOTT & Co., Ltd., Paper Makers' Engineers, Townmead Road, Fulham London, S.W.6. T. N.: Putney 2475.

MATHER & PLATT, Ltd., Mechanical, Electrical, Hydraulic and Fire Protection Engineers, Park Works, Manchester. T. A.: " Mather, or Sprinkler Manchester." T. N.: City 6200 (6 lines). Manufactures.—Bleaching, printing, dyeing and finishing machinery, electrical plant, pumps for all duties, " Grinnell " sprinklers and " Simplex " fire extinguishers.

MATHER, Richard & Son, Tool Manufacturers, Shoreham Street Works, Sheffield. T. A. " Pivotal." T. N.: 4349. Established 1859. Employees: 52. Proprietor: Harold Mather. Products.—Pliers, nippers, gauges, spanners, wrenches, callipers, compasses, ratchets, pincers, augers, bits, chisels, gouges, plane irons, shears snips, screwdrivers, hammers, knives, scissors.

MATHIESON, Alex. & Sons, Ltd., Tool Manufacturers, Saracen Tool Works, East Campbell Street, Glasgow. T. A.: " Mathieson, Glasgow." T. N.: 2741 Bell (3 lines). Established 1792. Products.—Planes, joiners' tools, augers, bits braces, chisels, screwstocks, taps, twist drills, rimers, K; ratchets, hammers, tinmen's tools, all tools for artisans.

MATTHEWS & YATES, Ltd., Ventilating, Electrical and General Engineers, Cyclone Works, Swinton Manchester. T. A.: " Cyclone, Swin ton, Manchester." T.N.: Central 187x. Governing Director Walter Yates. Established 1884. Manufactures.—Air propellers, belt and electric, for all ventilating, etc., purposes. Blowers and exhausters belt and electric, for ventilating buildings, etc.

MAUD & TURNER, Ltd., Lathe and Tool Makers, Perseverance Works, Halifax.

MAUDSLAY MOTOR CO., Ltd., The, Motor Transport Engineers, Parkside, Coventry. T. A " Maudslay, Coventry." T. N.: 1115 Coventry. Established in 1901. Incorporated in 1903. Capital iioo,000, all issued. Directors: Sir Charles S. Forbes, Bart., Alexander Craig, Cyril C. Maudslay Francis E. Foster and Marmaduke Ferguson. Manufactures.—Motor transport lorries.

MAVOR & COULSON, Ltd., Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, 47, Broad Street, Mile End Glasgow. T. A.: "Prodigious, Glasgow." T. N. Bridgeton 960. Established 1882. Incorporated 1896. Capital £100,000. Directors: W. Arthur Coulson, Sam Mavor, A. W. Davies, A. F. Walker and J. B. Mavor. Premises: About 21 acres. Employees About 800. Manufactures.—Electric generators and motors electric switchgear, coal-cutting machines and underground conveyors.

MAWDSLEYS', Ltd., Dursley, Glos. T. A. " Zone, Dursley." T. N.: Dursley 6. Established 1907. Capital £30,000. Directors: Sir Ashton Lister C.B.E., M.P. (Chairman ), H. St. Hill Mawdsley (Managing ), C. A. Lister, J. M. Gibbons. Manufactures.—Direct-current.motors and dynamos, motor generators, petrol-paraffin and steam lighting sets, crane and lift motors.

MAXWELL & FAGE, Constructional Engineers and Contractors, 49, Sefton Street, Liverpool. T. A. " Galvanizer, Liverpool." T. N.: Liverpool, Royal 181 7. Established 1913. Partners: Lyon H. Maxwell and Arthur Fage. Manufactures.—Steel roofs, buildings, light bridges girders and structural work; timber buildings for home and export.

MAY, HARDEN & MAY, Ltd., Shipbuilders Hythe, Southampton. T. N.: 2. Directors: George Holt Thomas (Chairman ), Alfred Harden (Managing ) G. A. Peck, A. E. Turner.

MAYCOCK, Ltd., Machinery Merchants and Engineers, Chapel Street Works, Stalybridge. T. A. " Machinery, Stalybridge." T. N.: 838 Ashton-under-Lyne. Established 1919. Capital £5,000. Issued L4,277. Employees: 50. Directors: Alexander Walter Maycock, John Howard Bentley, Richard Bates, John Patchett Bates. Products.—Wood-working machinery, sawbenches bandsaws, etc.; machine tools, lathes, hacksaws drills, etc.; shafting collars and pedestals.

MEAD, Henry & Co., Ltd., 3, Princes Dock Chambers, Hull. T. A.: "Hydromel." T. N.: 832. Established 1901. Capital £Io,000. Directors H. G. Mead, H. G. C. Mead, W. Barron. Products.—Silica and moulding sands.

MEADOWCROFT, C. H. & Bros., Brassfounders, Church Street, Dukinfield, Manchester.

MEADOW FOUNDRY CO., Ltd., Engineers and Iron Founders, Mansfield. T. N.: Mansfield 22. Directors: G. Stevenson, J.P. (Chairman), J. Birks, A. Birks, W. F. Wharmby, E. E. Mawle (Managing ), S. B. Wright (also Sec. ). Founded and Inc. 1872. Manufactures.—Hot-water (heating) pipes, flanged pipes, calorifiers, heaters, sewage and sanitary castings heating appliances of all descriptions.

MEADOWS, Henry, Ltd., Fallings Park, Wolverhampton. T. A.: " Output, Wolverhampton." T. N.: 1268. Established 1919. Capital £50,000. Employees: 150. Directors: Alderman A. G. Jeffs, J.P., F. S. Hooper, S. H. Ellard, Henry Meadows (Managing). Products.—Gear-boxes for the motor trade.

MEASURES BROS. (1911), Ltd., Constructional Engineers, ro 5, Southwark Street, London, S.E.T. T. A.: "Measures, Boroh, London." T. N.: Hop 585, 586, 2103. Manufactures.—Steel joists, sectional material girders, framework, lattice girders, sashes, columns roof trusses, etc.

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING CO. (Manchester), Ltd., Machine Tool Makers, 5 Nicholas Croft, High Street, Manchester. T. A. " Mechanism, Manchester." T. N.: Central 1114-5. Manufactures.—Combined hand and power planers circular saws, cutter planers, tenoning and sandpapering machines.

MECHANS, Ltd., Scotstoun Ironworks, Glasgow. 2'. A.: "Nautical, Glasgow." T. N. Western 2380. Established 1862. Incorporated as a Limited Co. 1904. Directors: A. Mechan (Chairman), H. Mechan, S. Mechan and J. Y. Moyes (all Managing ). Manufactures.—Ships' telegraphs, doors, steel lifeboats, etc., riveted pipes, oil storage tanks nitrate and gold mining plants.

MEDICAL SUPPLY ASSOCIATION, Ltd. 167-185, Gray's Inn Road, W.C.I. T. A.:" Grevillite Kincross, London." T.N.: 1570 Holborn. Established 1890. Employees: 100. Products.—X-ray and electric medical apparatus; galvanic and Faradic apparatus; light and heat apparatus; Professor Bergonie's apparatus.

MEDWAY STEEL CO., Steel Manufacturers, High Street, Strood, Rochester, Kent. T. A. " Steel, Rochester." T. N.: Chatham 535.

MEDWAY'S SAFETY LIFT CO., Ltd., I & 2 Bucklersbury, London, E.C.4. T. A.: " Medway London." T. N.: City 4386. Directors: E. M. Medway, A. S. Medway, B. T. Rumble, P. FrostSmith, A. G. Mickleburgh. Established 1880. Manufactures.—Electric and hand-operated lifts jib and overhead cranes, hydraulic lifts and cranes and all kinds of lifting apparatus.

MELDRUMS, Ltd., Timperley, nr. Manchester. T. A.: "Meldrum, Altrincham." T. N.: Altrincham 181. Established and Incorporated as a Limited Co. 1912. Directors: J. W. Meldrum and A. B. Scorer. (Managing), J. B. Meldrum. Manufactures.—Forced draught furnaces, refuse destructors, mechanical stokers, chemical plant and " Sack " disinfectors.

MELLOR, BROMLEY & Co., Ltd., Minotaur Works, Leicester. T. A.: " Automatic, Leicester." T. N.: 3662 and 3. Established 1847. Capital L25,000. Employees: 12o. Directors: John G. Raphael, Thos. C. Bromley. Manufacturers of hosiery and underwear machinery. Complete textile equipment estimated for and furnished. Experts and valuers.

MELLOWES & Co., Ltd., Corporation Street, Sheffield. T. A.: "Eclipse, Sheffield." T. N. Sheffield 4500 (4 lines). Established 1870. Capital lsocg,000. Employees: 400. Directors: Joseph Mellowes (Chairman), Frank W. Mellowes (Managing), Ernest King and Herbert Foulston (also Sec.). Manufactures.—" Eclipse" patent roof glazing metal sashes and casements, lead and compo. pipes pneumatic organ tubing. Sanitary specialists.

MELROSE, James & Sons, Crescent Iron Works, Hawick. T. A.: " Melrose, Engineers, Hawick." T. N.: Hawick 26. Sole Partner: John Melrose. Employees: 5o. Established in 1815. Speciality.—Woollen machinery.

MELVILLE-BRODIE ENGINEERING CO., Sinclairtown Foundry, Kirkcaldy. T. A.: " Engineers, Kirkcaldy." T. N.: 62. Established 1869. Private Company. Employees: 200. Principals Robert Burt Brodie. Products.—Steam engines, steam and electric winders, electric mining pumps and haulage plant. Floorcloth, linoleum and waterproofing machinery; elevators and conveyors for grain, coal, cork, etc.

MENNO COMPRESSED AIR GREASECUP CO., Ltd. (late Lubricators, Ltd.), Leeds Place, Tollington Park, London. T. A.: " Agreascup London." T. N.: North 1786. Established 1912. Capital £20,000. Employees: 40-50. Directors F. Warrack, A. N. W. Smith, W. C. Pennington. Manufactures.—Compressed air greasecups in steel and brass.

MENZIES & Co., Ltd., Old Dock, Leith. T. A.: " Menzies, Leith." T. N.: Leith 1053 and 1054. Established 1664. Capital £60,000. Employees: average 450. Mang. Director: Douglas M. Urquhart. Sec.: Andrew Young. Products.—Ship repairing fittings, marine engines lifeboats, etc.

MERCER, Edward, Ltd., Hollins Iron Works, Hollinwood, nr. Manchester. T. A.: " Mercer Hollinwood." T. N.: Oldham 234. Established 1871. Incorporated as a Limited Co. 1912. Capital £10,000. Employees: 160. Directors: Charles Mercer (Managing), L. C. Mercer, J. T. Mercer (also Sec.). Manufactures.—Bright bolts and nuts, studs and setscrews. Sole makers S. H. Bailey's patent screwing machine.

MERCURY CARS, Ltd., Motor Engineers, May Road, Twickenham. T. N.: Richmond 275. Established 1920. Capital £250,000. Directors: C. E. Best (Chairman), Lord Louth, F. W. Poynor, C. Woolley.

MERRYWEATHER & Sons, Ltd., Greenwich S.E. Io. T. A.: "Merywether, London." T. N. Greenwich 134. Established over 200 years. Capital £400,000. Directors: J. H. Osborne (Chairman), A. Essex, G. Gilbey, G. E. Haslip, W. G. Rayner and G. F. Ware. Manufactures.—Motor fire engines and escapes steam and manual fire engines, fire boats and fire extinguishing appliances.

MESSENGER & Co., Ltd., Heating Apparatus Manufacturers, Engineers, Loughborough.

METAL AIRSCREW CO., Ltd., Metal Propeller Manufacturers, 89, Kingsway, London, W.C.2. T. A.: "Pliantness, Phone." T. N.: Gerrard 5122.

METALLIC MANUFACTURING CO.,.Ltd. Ardrossan, Scotland. 7-. A.:" Jointing, Ardrossan." T. N.: Ardrossan 91. Established 1901. Incorporated 1909. Directors: John S. Moir and Robert Fleming. Manufactures.—Metallic jointings of all descriptions, metallic valves for pumps, etc.

METALLIC SEAMLESS TUBE CO., Ltd. Wiggin Street, Birmingham. T. A.: " Flask Birmingham." T. N.: Central 1168 and 1169. Established 1896. Capital £65,333. 6s. 8d. Employees about 400. Directors: G. Yorke Iliffe (Chairman) W. H. Bowater, G. O'Connor Holloway, A. E. Beck F. W. Bayliss (Managing). Manufactures.—Seamless steel tubes for cycles motors and locomotive boilers; electrical conduit tubes and fittings.

METALLURGICAL CO., Ltd., Manganese and Phosphor-bronze, White and Gunmetal Manufacturers, 82, Victoria Street, London, S.W.I. T. A. " Llatemingo, Vic., London." T. N.: Victoria 1928, 1929. Established 1867. Directors: Sir Wm. Maxwell, K.B.E., Lt.-General Sir A. T. Sloggett K.C.B., K.C.M.G., K.C.V.O.

METEOR MOTORS, Ltd., 142, Uxbridge Road, London, W.12. T. A.: " Meteormoto." T. N.: Park 2367. Established 1913. Capital £10,000. Employees: loo. Directors: Archd. H. Davies Major H. C. Acheson and Archd. Campbell. Products.—Manufacturers of the Meteorite light car, I 1.9 H.P., 4-cylinder engine, electric self-starting and lighting, 2- and 4-seater bodies. Entirely British.

METRIC ENGINES, Ltd., Motor-car Engine Manufacturers, 3o-2, Mortimer Street, London, W.i. T. A.: "Metrifugal, Wesdo, London." 2'. N. Museum 4948.

METRO-TYLER CO., Ltd., Banister Road North Kensington, London, W.Io. T. A.: " Tylematco, Phone, London." T. N.: Willesden 1356. Established 1914. Capital £10,000. Employees: 100. Directors: A. M. Powell, T. Syminton and K. E. Bartlett. Products.—Motor-bicycles and sidecars.

METROPOLITAN GAS METERS, Ltd. 6, Malt Street, Old Kent Road, London, S.E.I. T. A.: " 'Gasometer." T. N.: Hop 2044.

METROPOLITAN-VICKERS ELECTRICAL CO., Ltd., Electrical and Mechanical Engineers Trafford Park, Manchester. T. A.: " Metrovick Manchester." T. N.: Trafford Park 190-197. Established 1899. Capital £6,370,000. Employees 9,000. Directors: J. Annan Bryce (Chairman ), Sir Francis Barker (Vice-Chairman ), Lincoln Chandler, Lt.-Col. Montagu Cradock, C.B., C.M.G. Norman B. Dickson, Rt. Hon. Sir Edward A. Goulding, Bt., M.P., Alex. Spencer, Capt. R. S. Hilton (Managing ). Products.—Steam turbines (land and marine ), condensers, generators A.C., D.C., electric winders rolling mill equipment rotary converters, switchgear control gear, transformers, motors A.C., D.C., meters instruments, " Cosmos " lamps, electrical accessories, domestic appliances, heating and cooking apparatus.

METROPOLITAN WAGON & FINANCE CO., Ltd., Railway Carriage Builders, Saltley Birmingham.

MICANITE & INSULATORS CO., Ltd. Blackhorse Lane, Walthamstow, E. T. A. " Mytilite, Phone." T. N.: Walthamstow 738 and 942.

MICHELL BEARINGS, Ltd., 3, Central Buildings, Westminster, London, S.W.I. T. A. Michbearo, Vic., London." T. N.: Victoria 7676. Manufactures.—Michell thrust and journal bearings.

MIDLAND PRESSWORK CO., Ltd., Far Gosford Street, Coventry. T. A.: "Midlapress Coventry." T. N.: Coventry 986. Established 1915. Incorporated 1919. Directors: J. Harvey, J. B. Harvey, W. H. Harvey and G. E. Matthews. Manufactures.—Pressed metal parts for any purpose.

MIDDLETON BROTHERS, Electric Crane Manufacturers, Pudsey.

MIDDLETON, Robt. & Co., Hydraulic Engineers, Sheepscar Foundry, Leeds. T. A. " Hydraulic, Leeds." T. N.: 24406. Established about 1840. Principals: Lt.-Col. F. Middleton D.S.O., T.D., E. Middleton. Products.—Hydraulic presses, pumps, accumulators, valves, etc.; latest improved oil mill machinery; briquette or patent fuel machinery.

MIDDLETOWN CAR CO., 732, Salisbury House Finsbury Circus, London, E.C.2. T. A.: " Radstandus, London." T. N.: London Wall 8880. Manufactures.—Railway rolling stock.

MIDGLEY & SUTCLIFFE, Machine Tool Makers, Richmond Tool Works, Bradford. Manufactures.—Drilling machines and lathes.

MIDLAND ELECTRIC MANUFACTURING CO., Ltd., Stafford Works, Barford Street, Birmingham. T. A.: "Kilowatt, Birmingham." T. N. Midland 671 and 672. Established 1908. Capital £15,000. Employees: 150-200. Mang. Director W. L. Barber. Products.—Ironclad switch and fuse gear for electric light and power installations.

MIDLAND ELECTRIC WIRE CO., Ltd. Lutterworth. T. A.: " Conductors, Lutterworth." T. N.: 8. Established 1882. Manager: Walter Levi. Sec.. G. A. Orme. Manufactures.—Insulated electric wires and cables.

MIDLAND IRONWORKS (Newark), Ltd. Newark-on-Trent. T. A.: " Midland Ironworks Newark." T. N.: 55. Capital £10,000. Products.—Carr disintegrators, crushing rolls elevators and conveyors, foundry sand preparing plants, coal briquette-making machines, spent oxide crushing machines.

MIDLAND MALLEABLE FOUNDRY CO. 70-73, Midland Street, Birmingham. T. N.: Central 31o. Established 1875. Principal: Harry Gordon. Manufactures.—Grey and malleable iron castings.

MIDLAND MOTOR CYLINDER CO., Ltd. Dartmouth Road Foundries, Smethwick. T. A. " Rafwork, Smethwick." T. N.: 212. Established 1913. Capital £20,000. Employees: 500. Chairman H. B. Pearce. joint Mang. Directors: A. E. Pearce and P. Pritchard. Products.—Cylinder castings for aero engines motor-car, motor-cycle and motor-boat engines.

MIDLAND RAILWAY CARRIAGE AND WAGON CO., Ltd., Midland Works, Washwood Heath, Birmingham. T. A.: " Wagon, Birmingham." T. N.: East 483. Established 1853. Incorporated as a Limited Co. in 1881. Employees 2,000. Directors: J. M. Allan, H. E. Allen, A. Good J. Munns, A. E. Bailey, D. Turner. Sec.: J. Griffiths. Manufactures.—Railway carriages and wagons wheels and all kinds of ironwork.

MIDLAND SPRING CO., Ltd., Eagle Works 291, Summer Lane, Birmingham.

MILANS, Ltd., Heating, Steam Laundry and Cooking Engineers, Hydro Works, Lockwood. T. A. " Milans, Ltd., Lockwood, Huddersfield." T. N. Lockwood 70. Member of Firm: F. Milan. Est. 45 years. Manufactures.—Heating, steam laundry and cooking apparatus.

MILD STEEL CASTINGS, Ltd., King's Road, Tyseley, Birmingham. T. A.: " Mildsteel Haymills. T. N.: Acocks Green 131. Established 1906. Capital £18,000. Employees: 200. Directors W. Watkins, J.P. (Chairman), H. Rait, H. LI. Watkins, W. H. Watkins (Managing Director). Products.—Steel castings for engineering and automobile parts, ingots for rolling in special alloys.

MILLAR, DENNIS & Co., Engineers, Brass and Iron Founders, Victoria Works, Thornton Road, Bradford. T. A.: "Dennis, Bradford." T. N. x8o Bradford. Established 1874. Employees 100. Principals: J. D. Dennis, W. E. Dennis. Products.—All kinds of marine fittings; boiler mountings to all Insurance Companies' requirements; castings of all descriptions.

MILLARS' TIMBER & TRADING CO., Ltd. Pinners' Hall, Great Winchester Street, London, E.C.2. T. A.: " Jarrah, Stock, London." T. N.: London Wall 368 (3 lines ). Established 1897. Capital Authorized £2,000,000, Issued £1,700,000. Employees: 4,000. Directors: James White, LL.D. (Chairman), C. Peto Bennett, Richard Combe, J.P., Leama R. Davies, Joseph Temperley and Charles Temperley, O.B.E. (Joint Managing). Sec.: Robt. L. Allen, F.C.I.S. Manager Machinery Dept.: Ivan W. Benson. Specialities.—Asphalt plants, steam excavators steam road rollers, steam, electric, and petrol-driven pavers and concrete mixers, air compressors, pumps hoists, paint and cement sprayers, rock crushers stucco machines, pile-driving equipment, tructractors, wagon loaders, petrol and electric woodworkers, block- and slab-making machines, derricks winches, concrete carts, barrows, lift trucks, oil burners, drag scrapers, portable lifts, petrol engines pneumatic tools, mortar mills, concrete pipe moulds acetylene lamps and generators, welding equipment.

MILLER & Co., Ltd., Engineers and Ironfounders, London Road Foundry, Edinburgh. T. A.: "Miller, Edinburgh." T. N.: Central 5652-3. Established 1867. Capital £150,000. Employees: 500. Directors: Robt. E. Miller and Chas. A. Rose (Managing), Robt. Thomson, Thos. R. Scott Matthew S. Calder. Manufactures.—Chilled iron rolls, paper, flour, oil mills; chilled iron wheels for railways, mines quarries; chilled iron haulage rollers, pulleys sheaves, etc.

MILLER, Ira & Co., Ltd., Machine Tool, Valve and Boiler-fitting Makers, 92-4, Paul Street, London E.C.2. T. A.: " Keyring, Finsquare, London." T. N.: London Wall 53.

MILLOM & ASKAM HEMATITE IRON CO., Ltd., Millom, Cumberland. T. A.: " Ironworks, Millom." T. N.: Millom 11. Established 1866. Capital £1,100,000. Employees: 650. Directors: George Mure Ritchie (Chairman), Robert Heath (Vice-Chairman ), James Campbell, Frank Holt, Stephen Hart Jackson and John Merritt Wade. Gen. Manager: John Graham. Sec.: Henry James Kirby. Products.—Hematite pig iron. Specialities.—Low sulphur and low phosphorus.

MILLS, E. & Co. (Kettering), Ltd., Crown Works, Upper Field Street, Kettering. T. A. " Mills, Engineers, Kettering." T. N.: Kettering 180. Established 1879. Capital £3,000. Employees 20. Directors: Charles E. Wright, Arthur J. Mills and Ben. E. Wright. Products.—Leather-splitting and skiving machines; small machine tools and accessories.

MILLS, James, Ltd. (Exors. of), Bredbury Steel Works and Rolling Mills, Bredbury, nr. Stockport. T. A.: "Mills, Woodley." T. N.: 2507 Stockport. Established 1850. Capital £130,000. Employees: 350. Directors: W. J. Read (Managing), T. N. C. Nevill (also Sec. ). Asst. Gen. Manager Allan Macbeth. Manufactures.—Bright steel bars for screwing and shafting; special sections in bright drawn steel; keys, taper pins, cotters for all purposes.

MILLS MUNITIONS, Ltd., 192, Bridge Street West, Birmingham. T. A.: "Milmu, Birming0 ham." T. N.: Central 2440-I. Established 1915. Capital £40,000. Employees: 500. Directors: Wm. Mills, J. H. G. Mills. Manufactures.—Mills' patent bombs, grenades, sportsmen's seats, wind screen cleaners, roller skates and general engineering work.

MILLS, Wm., Ltd., Grove Street, Birmingham. T.A.: "Wilmil, Birmingham." T. N.: Smethwick 313/4 (2 lines). Established 1886. Incorporated as a Limited Co. in 1903. Directors: A. W. Tait, C.B.E. (Chairman), A. Jacob, Lt.-Col. S. H. Pollen, C.M.G. W. B. Rommel, W. M. Morrison, J. Taylor, J. W. Echevani. Sec.: R. H. Stoddart. Manufactures. — Aluminium castings for motor cars, aluminium alloys.

MILLWALL ENGINEERING CO., Ltd. 21, Panton Street, London, S.W.i. T. A.: " Ironware, Charles, London." T. N.: Gerrard 1327-8. Established 1919. Capital £50,000. Employees: 200. Directors: L. J. Simon, A.M. I.Mech. E., A.M.I.E.E G. A. Cohen, H. Flint, and A. B. Sherwood. Sec.: W. J. Solaman. Manufactures.—Coils, tubes, bends, flanges, elbows.

MILNE, C. S. & Co., Ltd., Harley Works Octavius Street, Deptford, London, S.E.B. Manufactures.—Acetylene gas apparatus, welding cutting and lighting plant.

MILNE, James & Son, Ltd., General Engineers Milton House Works, Abbeyhill, Edinburgh. T. A. " Milne, Edinburgh." T. N.: Edinburgh 4892-3 (Private Branch Exchange). Established 1745. Incorporated 1899. Directors Sir John Cowag William Annan, Wm. C. Dickson, Wm. D. Hell* Alfred D. Nicol and Hugh Strathern. Employees Goo. Manufactures.—All kinds of paper-making machinery; drying machines for all classes of products; gas works apparatus, including gas meters, lamps, etc.

MINERALS SEPARATION, Ltd., 62, London Wall, London, E.C.2. T. A.: " Mineration, Av." T. N.: London Wall 6940.

MINERVA MOTORS, Ltd., Sole Concessionaires for Sale of Minerva Chassis, Minerva House Chenies Street, London, W.C.I. T. A.: " Citraconic London." T. N.: Museum 40. Established 1900. Directors: D. Citroen (Chairman), S. C. Holloway (Managing), Stuart Forster, R. M. Kingsford and H. Everett. Manufactures.-2o-H.P. and 3o-H.P. Minerva chassis, 1921 model, 4 and 6 cylinders.

MINING ENGINEERING CO., Ltd., Meco Works, Moorfields, Sheffield. T. A.: " Meco Sheffield." T. N.: 453o Central (2 lines). Established 1909. Capital £20,000. Employees: Joint Mang. Directors: H.' C. Jenkins, M.I.M.E. (Chairman), M. F. Higgins, A.C.I.S. Products.—Coal conveyors, belt and shaker types; pneumatic rock drills and drill forging machines; McKenzie tub axle oilers.

MINT (Birmingham), Ltd., Icknield Street Birmingham. Manufactures.—Mint machinery and tubes, metal and wire.

MIRIS STEEL CO., Ltd., 36-37, King Street, London, E.C.2. T. A.: " Mirissimus, Cent." 7'. N.: City 3329.

MIRRLEES, BICKERTON & DAY, Ltd. Hazel Grove, nr. Stockport. T. A.: "Economy Hazel Grove." T. N.: 615 Stockport. Established 1908. Capital £350,000. Directors: Allan F. Baird (Chairman), H. N. Bickerton, Chas Day. Products.—Mirrlees-Diesel oil engines.

MIRRLEES WATSON CO., Ltd., Mechanical Engineers, 45, Scotland Street, Glasgow. T. A. " Mirrlees, Glasgow." T. N.: Glasgow, South 1781-2; and Kinning 69. Established 1848. Incorporated 1889. Authorized Capital £250,000, Reserve £140,000. Directors: Allan F. Baird (Chairman) Chas. Day (Managing), Charles Ker, Andrew Lumberton, R. B. Mitchell, W. Scott Herriot and W. A. Dexter. Sec.: Frank Wild. Employees: 800 to L000. Manufactures.—Sugar machinery, steam condensing plant, air pumps, vacuum pumps, fresh water distilling plant, trade liquor evaporating plant.

MITCHELL, D. & Co., Ltd., Central Ironworks, Keighley. T. A.: " Tools, Keighley." T. N.: Keighley 193. Established 1895. Capital £15,000. Directors: F. Whitaker, T. Judson, Jas. Crabtree (Managing). Products.-91--in. and 121-in. lathes and radial drilling machines.

MITCHELL, J. & Co. (Halifax), Ltd. Lathe and Tool Makers, Godley Ironworks, Halifax.

MITCHELL, SHACKLETON & Co., Ltd. Vulcan Works, Patricroft. T. A.: " Vulcan Patricroft." T. N.: 582 Eccles. Established 1900. Capital £155,000. Directors: E. Shackleton, E. Mitchell, K. S. Prescott. Products.—Finished crankshafts of all kinds up to 6 tons weight; general forgings and repetition work.

M-L MAGNETO SYNDICATE, Ltd., Victoria Works, West Orchard, Coventry. T. A.: " Carlton Coventry." T. N.: Coventry 1008-9. Established 1915. Capital poo,000. Directors: A. Gordon Smith (Chairman), G. A. Lister (Managing), D. K. Morris, C. W. Nichols and E. A. Watson (Technical Manager). Manufactures.—Magnetos and ignition apparatus for aeroplane engines, cars, motor-cycles, stationary and marine engines, and petrol, gas and oil engines.

M.O. VALVE CO., Ltd., Marconi House, Strand, London, W.C.2. T. A.: " Expanse, Estrand, London." T. N.: " City 8710. Established 1919. Capital £100,000. Directors: H. W. Allen and C. Wilson. Manufactures.—Electric valves.

MOBBS & Co., Ltd., Heating Apparatus Manufacturers, Lion Foundry, Northampton.

MODERN WOODWORKING MACHINES Ltd (Incorporating Hollis Patents Machine Co.) Rowan Street, Newfoundpool, Leicester. T. A. " Universal, Leicester." T. N.: 3733. Established 1906. Capital £6,000. Employees: 35. Directors A. Bailey, H. D. Gandy. Products.—Saw benches, band saw machines, fret saws, wood trimmers, spindle moulders, swing saws planers, thicknessers, sanders, saw sharpeners morticers.

MOND NICKEL CO., Ltd., 39, Victoria Street London, S.W.I. T. A.: " Nictatio, London." T. N.: Victoria 7677-8. Established 19oo. Capital 3,400,000. Employees: 1,390 (approx. ). Directors: Robert Mond (Chairman), Emile S. Mond Robert Mathias, The Right Hon. Sir Ellis J. Griffith Bart., K.C., Sir Edmund Walker, C.V.O., LL.D. Viscount Erleigh, Sir Robert Hadfield, Saxton W. A. Noble and C. V. Corless. Specialities.—Metallic nickel, nickel salts, nickel anodes, sheet, strip, rod and wire, " Blighty " (insecticides) copper sulphate.

MONK ENGINEERING CO., Ltd., High Street, Coventry. T. A.: " Assistance, Coventry." T. N.: 807. Established 1913. Capital £10,000. Employees: 50. Directors: G. 0. Herbert (Chairman ), Noel Plevins and Wilfrid Riley, M.I.M.E. (Joint Managing), W. M. Plevins, W. H. Herbert. Speciality.—Experimental work in connection with aeroplanes and automobiles; general machining of a high-class nature.

MONKS, HALL & Co., Ltd., Atherton's Quay, Warrington. T. A.: " Monks, Warrington." T. N.: Warrington 422. Established 1878. Capital 300,000. Employees: 1,200. Directors: F. Treherne Thomas (Chairman ), M. R. Proudlock, A.C.A. (Deputy-Chairman and Managing), William Murray Segar Owen and K. T. Thomas. Products.—Iron and steel bars, hoops, rivets, rails; iron and steel tubes and fittings, rods, bedsteads cots, wire mattresses.

MONMOUTH SHIPBUILDING CO., Ltd. Chepstow, Mon. T. A.: " Shipyards, Chepstow." T. N.: Chepstow 77-78. Private Company, registered March 6, 1920, in which is incorporated Edward Finch & Co. (1916), Ltd., and the Standard Shipbuilding & Engineering Co., Ltd. Employees 2,500. Directors: R. A. Workman (Chairman) James Gray (Managing), Henry Boyd, Sir Edward Mackay Edgar, Bart., W. Orr Workman, Sir A. McAusland Kennedy. Sec.: Heywood D. Butler. Manufactures.—All classes of merchant and oil tank steamers, dredgers, caissons, tugs, barges, etc. Iron castings up to 10 tons.

MONOMETER MANUFACTURING CO. (1918), Ltd., Savoy House, 115, Strand, London W.C.2. T. N.: Gerrard 3655. Established 1918. Capital 6,000. Directors: I. Hall, J. Hutton Howlett, A. E. Langhorne. Products.—Makers of furnaces for melting and heat treatment of all metals.

MOORE, John, Forest Works, Gamble Street Nottingham. T. A.: " Moore, Gamble Street Nottingham." T. N.: Nottingham 4482. Established 1881. Employees: 50. Principal: John Moore. Products.—Bobbins, carriages and combs for all classes of lace machines.

MOORE, W. H. & Sons, 104, Upper Trinity Street, Birmingham. T. A.: " Cobra, Birmingham." T. N.: Victoria 6x. Established 1817. Employees: l00. Principals: W. Henry Moore F. Moore and B. M. Moore. Manufactures.—Wire and Metal.

MOORLANDS ENGINEERING CO., Ltd. Newcastle Road, Leek, Staffs. T. A.: "Tools Leek." T. N.: wi Leek. Established 1919. Capital £5,000. Employees: 60. Directors: Thomas Dobson, Charles Barrance. Products. 6.-in. centre lathes, straight or gap bed; small double-ended grinders; steam pumps; oil fuel pumps; auxiliary condensing plant.

MORELAND, HAYNE & Co., Ltd., Constructional Engineers, 80, Goswell Road, London E.C.I. T. A.: " Expansion, Barb, London." T. N.: City 8640. Directors: Richard Moreland M. Inst.C.E., M. I. Mech.E., Richard Moreland, j un. Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., W. Crosier Hayne. Products.—Steelwork for every description of building.

MORGAN CRUCIBLE CO., Ltd., Battersea Works, Church Rd., London, S.W.11. T. A. " Crucible, Phone, London." T. N.: Battersea 2250. Established 1856. Capital issued 1,331,600. Employees: 1,600. Directors: S. Beeton (Chairman), A. R. Bosman, W. F. Coaker, L. I. E. Hooper, P. Lindsay, K. P. V. Morgan, G. K. Peto and C. W. Speirs. Sec.: H. C. V. Adams. Products.—Plumbago and fireclay crucibles and foundry plumbago; crucible furnaces; carbon brushes for dynamos and motors.

MORGAN, William & Co., Ltd., Eglinton Engine Works, Kilwinning, Scot. T. A.: " Morgan Kilwinning." T. N.: Kilwinning 18. Established 1865. Capital £15,000. Employees: 80 to 100. Directors: Andrew Speir (Chairman), James K. Patrick (Managing). Manufactures.—Derrick cranes for hand, steam or electric power, from one to fifty tons capacity also locomotive steam cranes.

MORLEY ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING CO., Ltd., Troy Works, Stanningley, Yorks. Established 1897. Capital £5,000. Directors: J. Summerscales, W. Summerscales (Managing).

MORRIS & LISTER, Ltd., Manufacturing Electricians, Victoria Works, West Orchard, Coventry. T. A.: " Carlton, Coventry." T. N.: Coventry 1008. Established 1909. Capital £5,000. Directors: D. K. Morris, G. A. Lister, R. K. Morcom and R. W. Smith.

MORRIS, Herbert, Ltd., Loughborough. T. A. " Comorris, Loughborough." T. N.: Loughborough 123. Directors: Herbert Morris (Chairman), W. H. Purnell (Vice-Chairman), H. H. Moore, A. Atherton W. Mackinnon and W. N. Weston. Manufactures.—Hand, steam and electric cranes pulley-blocks (hand or electric), overhead runways elevating trucks, lifting miscellanea.

MORRIS, J. & D., Shipbuilders, Pelawmainon-Tyne. T. A.: "Morris, Bill Quay." T. N. Gateshead 215. Directors: David Morris (Chairman), M. A. Morris, David Morris (Managing).

MORTON & WEAVER, Machine Tool Makers Cox Street, Coventry. T. A.: " Precision, Coventry." T. N.: Coventry 952. Established 1902. Employees: 70. Manufactures.—Universal and plain grinding machines, precision tools and gear cutting.

MORTON, B. K. & Co., G.P.O. Box 76 Sheffield. T. A.: "Klondyke, Sheffield." T. N. Sheffield 4786. Principal: B. K. Morton. Products.—Steel, files, drills, wire, etc.

MORTON, Francis & Co., Ltd., Constructional Engineers and Iron Founders, Hamilton Ironworks, Garston, Liverpool. T. A.: " Ironsides Liverpool." T. N.: Garston 30 and 112. Directors J. T. Wood, C.E. (Chairman), C. S. Pain, J.P. (Vice-Chairman), J. Stevenson Jones, Leonard Oulton, Watkin Darbishire and Jas. Halliday. Established 1857. Incorporated as a Limited Co. 1898. Manufactures.—Steel road, railway and foot bridges, roof principals, stanchions, girders, steel framed buildings and all structural steelwork.

MORTON, Francis, Junior & Co., Structural Engineers, 22-23, Laurence Pountney Lane, Cannon Street, London, E.C.4. T. A.: " Faucets, Cannon London." T. N.: City 2551. Principal: Francis Morton. Established 1897. Manufactures.—STRUCTURAL STEELWORK IN ROOFS, GIRDER WORK, LIGHT BRIDGE WORK, ETC. MORTON'S PATENT " VALTOR " SYSTEM OF STEEL SPRINGS AND GIRDERS FOR DANCING FLOORS AND MORTON'S AUTOMATIC LOCKING GEAR FOR SAME.

MOSS GEAR CO., Ltd., Automobile, Aeroplane and General Engineers, Crown Works, Thomas Street, Aston, Birmingham. T. A.: " Mosgear Birmingham." T. N.: Birmingham East 306 and 307. Established 1911. Capital £20,000, Issued £18,000,.'Managing Director: Walter Duckett M.I.Mech.E. Directors: W. Hepworth, A. J. Duckett. Manufactures.—Machine cut gearing, camshafts gearboxes and back axles.

MOSS, GAMBLE & Son, Ltd., Franklin Works, Sheffield. T. A.: " Gamble, Sheffield." T. N.: 1047. Established 1853. Employees: 300. Directors: Arnold Gamble, Bernard Gamble, A. D. Belchee, B. Morris, H. Vickers. Products.—Forgings up to 10 tons; tool steel; files, saws, hammers.

MOSSAY &.Co., Ltd., 7, Princes Street Westminster, S. W.1. T. A.: " Asynchrone, Phone London." T. N.: 2269 Victoria. Established 1913. Capital £2,000. Directors: P. A. Mossay, A. J. Makower, A. Berkeley, A. S. Mays-Smith. Products.—" Orwell " electric lorries, " Eloy " pneumatic tools, " Linard " continuous rolling mills.

MOSSES & MITCHELL, Ltd., Chiswell Works 122-124, Golden Lane, London, E.C.1. T. A.: " Insulator-Barb, London." T. N.: City 6783-4. Directors: J. Wood, J. G. Moore, William P. Dunfoy. Est. 1865. Manufactures.—" Vulmos" vulcanized fibre, Emandem jointing, bonded asbestos brake lining, Blake and insulated staples, Blake flux, electrical sundries.

MOTHERWELL BRIDGE CO., Ltd., Motherwell. T. A.: " Bridge." T. N. 40. Specialities.—Bridges, roofs, piers, tanks, dock gates, hydraulic pressed flooring.

MOTHERWELL IRON & STEEL CO., Ltd., Motherwell.

MOTOR RAIL & TRAM CAR CO., Ltd. Simplex Works, Elstow Road, Bedford. T. A.:" Motral, Bedford." T. N.: Bedford 110. Established 1911. Capital £50,000. Employees: 70. Directors: John Dixon Abbott, George Gale, Thomas Dixon Abbott, Alexander Harris Brown. Products.—Petrol-driven locomotives, coaches tramcars, inspection cars, wagons, tip trucks rails, points and crossings, and light railway equipment generally.

MOTT, S. Thornely, & VINES, Ltd. (Managers of The Ironite Co., Ltd.), Engineers and Contractors I r, Old Queen Street, Westminster, London, S.W.r. T. A.: "Thormotvin, Vic., London." T. N. Victoria 5618. Specialities.—Aero-blocks, concrete building cavity blocks and machines.

MOUNTFORD, Fredk., Fremo Works, 48, Old Cross Street, Birmingham. T. A.: "Fremo, Birmingham." T. N.: Central 6o81. Established 1901. Capital £20,000. Employees: 5o. Principal: Fredk. Mountford. Specialities.—" Fremo " taper pins, keys, cotters machine parts.

MOY, Ernest F., Ltd., Camden Town, London N.W.I. T. A.: "Movedor, Norwest, London." T. N.: North 1978 and 2652. Established 1896. Capital £10,000. Employees: zoo. Directors Ernest F. Moy, Percy H. Bastie and Chas. G. Fox F.C.I.S. Products.—Electrical switch gear, kinematograph app;rates.

MUIR & FINDLAY, 226, East Wellington Street, Parkhead, Glasgow. T. A.: "Endurance Glasgow." T. N.: Bridgeton 2634. Partners C. J. Findlay, Wm. H. Carslaw, jun., C. Eric Findlay. Products.—Marine boilers up to io-ft. dia.; multitubular boilers for sugar factories; vertical boilers loco type boilers, etc., etc.

MUIR, Wm. & Co., Ltd., Britannia Works Sherborne Street, Strangeways, Manchester. T. A. " Britannia, Manchester." T. N.: City 529. Established 1842. Directors: R. C. C. Garnett (Chairman), C. A. Wood, C. D. Allen and J. H. Melloy (Managing). Sec.: P. T. Wardle. Manufactures.—Machine tools, gear-cutting machines, etc.

MUIRHEAD & Co., Ltd., Elmers End, Kent. T. A.: " Muirhead." T. N.: Bromley 50. Capital 50,000. Directors: A. L. Muirhead, F. L. Muirhead C. F. Wilkins, E. S. Heurtley. Manufactures.—Telegraph and electrical instruments.

MUMFORD, A. G. & Co., Boiler Makers Culver Street Ironworks, Colchester. T. A. " Mumford, Colchester." T. N.: Colchester 129. Manufactures,—Air, oil fuel, and feed pumps.

MUNRO & MILLER, Ltd., Ship Plumbers and Heating Engineers, 155, Broomloan Road Govan, Glasgow. T. A.: " Occasion, Glasgow." T. N.: Govan 121. Established 192o. Capital 10,000. Employees: 150. Joint Mang. Directors William M. Munro, James Miller. Products.—Pipe installations for oil tankers; winch steam and exhaust pipe installations; hydraulic gas and air pipe installations.

MUNTZ, P. H. & Co., Ltd., Alexandra Works, West Bromwich. T. A.: " Muntz, Westbromwich." T. N.: 225. Manufactures.—Ships' sheathing and tubes.

MUNTZ'S METAL CO., Ltd., French Walls nr. Birmingham. T. A.: " Muntzs, Birmingham." T. N.: Smethwick 145. Established 1864. Incorporated as a Limited Co. Directors: A. H. Wiggin (Chairman), K. Bright (Managing). Sec.: H. Kirk. Manufactures.—Metal in plates, sheets and rods; copper and brass tubes; aluminium castings.

MUNZING, H., Ltd., 90/6, Union Street London, S.E.i. T. A.: " Munzing, Sedist, London." T. N Hop 4440 (4 lines ). Manufactures.—Malleable iron pipe fittings, brass and iron valves and cocks, pipe fitters' tools, etc.

MURDOCH & MURRAY, Ltd., Shipbuilders, Port Glasgow. T. A.: "Murray." T. N.: 195 and 196. Directors: John Slater, James Murray G. H. Murray, Louis Ferguson, Robert Ferguson Peter Ferguson, W. J. Blair.

MURRAY, McVINNIE & Co., Ltd., Mavisbank, Glasgow. T. A.: "Metallic, Glasgow." T. N. Ibrox 890 (6 lines). Established 1875. Incorporated 1907. Capital £6o,000, Issued £37,838. Directors: David R. Murray and William Tod. Employees: 300. Manufactures.—Ships' ventilators, tanks, cooking apparatus, steam heating, and ship chandlery. Mines' auxiliary ventilation by turbine blowers.

MUSGRAVE & Co., Ltd., Heating and Ventilating Engineers, St. Ann's Ironworks, Belfast. T. N.: Belfast 4161-3. Established 1840. Incorporated as a Limited Co. 1872. Directors: A. F. Shillington, J. Hanna, C. D. Armstrong. Sec. G. McMaster.

MUSGRAVE BROS., Hydraulic Engineers Crown Point Foundry, Leeds. T. A.: " Tools Leeds." T. N.: Leeds 26252. Established 1894. Principals: John R. Musgrave, M.I.Mech.E., and Herbert T. Musgrave., Employees: ioo. Manufactures.—Hydraulic machinery for shipbuilders, boilermakers, bridge builders, railways docks, steel and iron works, etc.

MUSGRAVE, J. & Sons, Ltd., Globe Ironworks, Bolton. T. A.: " Musgrave, Bolton." T. N.: Bolton 1596. Established 1838. Incorporated as a Limited Co. 189o. Employees: 1,300. Directors: W. Johnson, E. W. Gromme, J. P. Haslam, F. E. Musgrave, H. Wood, H. Bentley. Manufactures.—Steam engines, boilers, superheaters and mill gearing; rolling mill plant.

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