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A. Rowan and Brother

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of 121 Narrow Street, Limehouse, London, E

1889 Company established.

1912 Incorporated as a limited company.

1914 Disinfectant manufacturers and patentees of sanitary appliances. Specialities: drain clearing appliances, sulphur candles, screw and bag stoppers, smoke machines, gummed rolls and strips, patent lockfast joints, disinfectant sprayer machines, smoke rockets, whitewashing machines and fumigating material, disinfectant fluids, powders and soaps (household liquid and toilet), Kamphlyte air purifier disinfectant, blocks for water carts, weed killer fluids, insect powders, formaldehyde, Kalzen formic diffuser, Rowan's automatic fumigator, disinfectant sprayers, "Century" sprayer and whitewasher, drain testing apparatus, waterproof sheeting. [1]

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