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Cape Copper Co

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of Queen St Place, London EC (1894); copper plant at Briton Ferry

1863 Company incorporated[1]

1865 The Cape Copper Mining Company reported there were several years' production possible from the Ookiep mine[2]

1869 The Namaqualand Railway was constructed between 1869 and 1876 by the Cape Copper Mining Company

1871 8th general meeting of the company; Edmund A. Pontifex in the chair[3]

Acquired the Briton Ferry plant from Mr Barclay who had taken over from F. Bankart and Sons

1888 The Cape Copper Mining Company was restructured as the Cape Copper Company[4]. Incorporated as a public company

1894 Public notice of dividend declaration[5]

1913 26th Ordinary General Meeting[6]

1913 Acquired the Rakha mines in India

1920 Issue of debenturese to help pay for the development of the Rakha Mines[7]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Nov 22, 1920
  2. The Times, Jan 16, 1865
  3. The Morning Post, August 26, 1871
  4. Wikipedia [1]
  5. The Times, Jun 07, 1894
  6. The Times, Dec 09, 1913
  7. The Times, Nov 22, 1920