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P. M. Fowler

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P. M. Fowler (1871- )

1922 M.I.Mech.E., Cons. and Inspecting Engr.; b. 1871. Ed. East Cornwall College and privately. Training: Camborne School of Mines; articled to Cox and Co. Asst. Engr., Cape Government Railways., 1893; Cons. Engr. to various Gold Min. Cos., Transvaal, 1894-1903; designed and suptd. erection of Hoisting, Conveying, Crushing, Treatment and Power Plants; Cons. and Advisory Engr. to various Min. Cos., 1904-20. S. Af. Address: The Rand Club, Johannesburg, Transvaal. Eng. Address: c/o The National Provincial and Union Bank of England, Bedford Street, Plymouth, Devon.

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