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James Light and Son

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1876. From Worrall’s Directory of Warrington, Wigan etc.

of Salisbury House, London, EC2

of 9 Rumford Street, Liverpool (1914)

1857 Company established by James Light.

1876 His son became a partner in the firm and they began trading as James Light and Son.

1896 Incorporated as a limited company.

1911 Manufacturer of Lubricating Oils for the Railways.[1]

1914 Oil refiners and blenders. Specialities: cylinder oils for dry and wet steam; crank case oil for forced lubrication; crank case oil for splash lubrication; sealing oil for refrigerators; turbine and gas engine oil; marine engine, cylinder and lamp oils; all kinds of lubricating and burning oils; also wool oils. [2]

1937 Lubricating oil specialists. "Lauto" Lubricating Oils. "Lautolatum" Greases. [3]

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