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1887 Royal Jubilee Exhibition Manchester

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ROYAL JUBILEE EXHIBITION, MANCHESTER, 1887

The following is an extract from some sections of the exhibition. Check the full copy of the catalogue here for the detailed entries of these and other companies.

SECTION I. INDUSTRIAL DESIGN. Nos 1 - 345

  • 1 Isaac Bury, Adelphi Dyeing and Finishing Works, Salford, Manchester. Bleached, Dyed, and Embossed Calicoes, Embossed Prints, Embossed Velvets.
  • 2 Henry Marriott and Co. Warehouse, 23, Portland-street, City; works, Newbridge Mills, Stockport. Coloured Cotton Fabrics made for East and West Indies, Africa, South America, Mexico, Brazil, and the Australian Colonies.
  • 3 William Holland and Sons, Victoria Mills, Miles Platting, Manchester. Sea Island Cotton in its various processes: raw, carded, combed, and prepared for spinning. Combed Cotton Yarns. Single 20’s to 200’s Cops for Thread and Muslin Manufacturers. Combed Water Twist, 20’s to 70’s, for Warps, in balls and chains. Two-fold Cops, Warps, and Bundles, Gassed Yarns, Hard and Soft Twist, Sewing Cottons, 3, 4, 6, and 9 cords in skeins, grey, best qualities. Fine Heald Yarns.
  • 4 W. T. Ashton and Son, Stanley Mill, Whitefield, and 6, Dickinson-street, Manchester. Fancy Woven Cotton Fabrics, Oxfords, Harvards, Zephyrs, Galateas, Mattings, Denims, Ticks, Regattas, Ginghams, Italian Checks, Handkerchiefs, Coloured and Check Dhooties, Sarongs, Putzoes, Lungis, and Specialities for Africa, India, and South America.
  • 5 William Holt and Sons, 37, York-street, Manchester; mills, Walshaw, near Bury. White Toilet, Honeycomb, Grecian, Coloured Alhambra, and Embroidered Quilts. Toilet Covers. Toiletings. Perched Quiltings. Piques. AVhite and Coloured Vest and Fancy Quiltings. Plain and Embroidered Antimacassars.
  • 6 Lee and Hargreaves, 7, Rook-street, Manchester; Hooley Bridge Mills, Heywood. Towellings, viz.. Cotton and Linen Turkish. Fancy and Striped Turkish. Terry Cloths. Bath Blankets, Bath Gowns, cotton, honeycomb, and huckaback.
  • 7 Barker and Co., Limited, Springfield Towel Works, Stockport. White Cotton Turkish Towels. Brown Linen Turkish Towels. Fancy Striped Turkish Towels. Fancy Striped Terry Pieces.
  • 8 Wm. Bashall and Co., Farington Mills, Preston; 12, Chatham-street, Manchester. White Domestic Calicoes, Longcloths, Mediums, Twills, &c. Ladies’ Underclothing manufactured from above.
  • 9 Fred. E. Jackson and Co., 6, Union-street, Church-street, Manchester. Target and other Coloured Woven Cotton, Union and Wool Shirtings. To be seen in process of manufacture in Section 2, Stand 426. Stacksteads Pure Calicoes, original make.
  • 10 John Haslam and Co., Limited; warehouses. Fountain-street, Manchester, and 7, Watling-street, London; mills, Halliwell Cotton Works, Derby-street Mills; and Lark Hill Mills, Bolton-le-Moors. Sea Island and Egyptian Cotton, in the various stages of manufacture, from the raw material to the finished article. Cop Yarns, viz., Twist, Pin Cops, and Weft from 20’s to 100’s counts. Muslins, Cambrics, Lawns, Mulls, Jacconets, Nainsooks, Ac. Brocades, Checks, Stripes, and Cotton Dress Costume Fabrics, white and in colours. Sateens, Cashmeres, Cashmerettes, Oatmeals, &c. White Shirtings, Loiigcloths, Mediums, Twills, &c. Kershaw’s Cellular Cloth.
  • 11 Geo. Thomas and Co., 28, Deansgate, Manchester. Universal Yarn Assorting Balance for indicating the counts of yarn in small pieces of cloth (cotton, linen, woollen, Ac.).
  • 12 Hermann J. Hahlo, 41, Faulkner-street, Manchester. Grass, Cotton, Linen, India Tapes, Silk, Cotton, China Ribbons and Flosses.
  • 13 Crewdson, Crosses and Co., Limited, 40, Portland-street, Manchester. Mediums. Shirtings and Longcloths. Sheetings. Double Warps and Twills.
  • 14 Peter Reid, Caledonian Dye and Bleach Works, Pendleton, Manchester. Bleached Cotton Cloth. Dyed Cotton Cloth. Printed Cotton Cloth. Dyed Cotton Yarns.
  • 15 Arthur S. Plews, 13, Nicholas-street, Manchester. Plain, Dyed, and Printed Sateens and Drillettes. Oatmeal Cloths. Piques. Plain and Fancy Muslins and Cotton Dress Goods.
  • 16 Jabez Johnson, Son, Allsop and Co., 44, Spring Gardens, Manchester; 10, Milk-street, Cheapside, London; 2, Loyal Exchange Court, Queen-street, Glasgow; 2, Lue Vivienne, Paris. Toilet, Marseilles, Honeycomb, and Alhambra Quilts. Toilet Covers. Toiletings. Table Covers. Curtains. Linen and Cotton Turkish, Honeycomb, and Fancy Towels. Cotton Blankets and Sheets. Quiltings. Piques and Damasks.
  • 17 Bond and Riley, 14, Calendar-street, Palace Square, Manchester ; works, Milton Mills, Bolton. Toilet, Alhambra, Honeycomb, and other Quilts. Table Covers, Prayer Mats. Jergas, &c.
  • 18 Richard Haworth and Co., 28, High-street, Manchester; works, Egerton and Tatton Mills, Ordsall-lane, Salford. Bleached Calicoes and Sheetings. Dyed and Printed Linings, Fustians, Velvets, and Velveteens. Plain, Printed, and Woven Window Blinds. Heald Yarns. Crochet and Sewing Cotton. Fishing Net Yarns, and Reed Band.
  • 19 The Hollins Mill Co., 14 and 16, Mosley-street, Manchester; works, Hollins, Marple, and Wellington Mills, Hazel Grove. Bleached Sheetings. Bleached Shirtings, Longcloths, Wigans, Mediums, Croydons, Twills, and Double Warps. Dyed Beetled Twills and Pocketings. Printed Silesias, Satins, and Black Backs. Grey Lustre Linings. Dyed Velveteens. Window Blinds in plain colours, printed in stripes, art designs, both single and reversible; also woven coloured stripes.
  • 20 W. M. Christy and Sons, Limited, 14, West Mosley-street, Manchester, and Fairfield Mills, Droylsden, near Manchester. Turkish Towels and Bath Blankets. Huckaback, Honeycomb, and Fancy Towels.
  • 21 McIntyre, Hogg and Co., 16, Newton-street, Manchester; 3, New Basinghall-street, London, E.C. Gentlemen’s Shirts and Collars, cotton, linen, woollen, and silk.
  • 22 McConnel and Co., Limited, 90, Henry-street, Ancoats, Manchester. Cotton from its raw state to yarn; also various articles manufactured from cotton yarns, as laces, curtains, velvets, &c.
  • 23 Swainson, Birley and Co., Fishwick Mills, Preston; 7, Charlotte-street, Manchester. Longcloths, Shirtings, Mediums, Sheetings, &c. ; plain and fancy Muslins, Sateens, Matelasses, Drills, and Costume Cloth.
  • 24 James Chadwick and Bro., Eagley Mills, near Bolton. Cotton, Linen and Worsted Tapes, Boot Webs, Bed Laces, Window Blind Cords, Super Linen Ladder Web, Artistic Picture Cord, Corset Cord, Carpet Binding, Stay Tape, Wire Ribbon, etc.. Blocked Chinese Tape, Super Stout India Tape, Brussels Carpet Binding.
  • 25 Lor. Bierfreuxd, Odense, Denmark. Curtains and Furniture Coverings of Jute. Coloured and Fancy Cotton Goods.
  • 26 Kearns, Allen and Co., 4, South King-street, Manchester; and Turkey Red Dye Works, Baxenden, Accrington. Cotton Yarns, dyed in hank. Woven Cotton and Linen Goods, containing coloured yarns. Dhooties. Plain and Figured Linen and Cotton Towels and Glass Cloths. Oxford Shirtings. Coloured Damasks. Nottingham Lace, containing coloured yarns. Bordered Handkerchiefs. Specimens of Coloured Yarns ready for use. Coloured Woollen Weft, for making headings in cotton cloths. Specimens of Handwork with dyed cottons. Specimens of Dyeing Materials used to produce the colours. Specimens of unusual Dye Stuffs, and Cottons dyed therefrom.
  • 27 Elkington and Co., St. Ann’s-square, Manchester. A Selection of Art Metalwork in silver and electro-plate, enamels. &c., including original repousse productions and facsimile copies of the same. A variety of Reproductions from South Kensington and the principal museums of Europe, showing examples of the Classic, Gothic, Renaissance, and other periods. A selection of Jugs, Cups, Candelabra, &c., in the new art gold bronze. A quantity of Silver and Electro-plated Goods, Cutlery, &c.
  • 28 Walker and Hall, Electro Works, Sheffield. Sterling Silver, Electro-plate, and Table Cutlery.
  • 29 R. Ramsbottom, 81, Market-street, Manchester. Guns, Rifles, Revolvers. Fishing Rods, Flies, and Tackle, Cricket, Lawn Tennis, and other outdoor games and sports.
  • 30 Thomas Armstrong and Brother, 88 and 90, Deansgate, Manchester. Clocks, Watches, Gold Chains, and Jewellery. Spectacles and Eye Glasses. Artificial Eyes. Cases of Test Glasses, Ophthalmascopes, and Test Types for Oculists. Race, Field, and Opera Glasses. Aneroid and Mercurial Barometers, Thermometers, Saccharometers, Hydrometers. Microscopes and Microscopic Objects. Surveying Instruments, Levels, and Theodolites. Astronomical and other Telescopes. Photographic Lenses and Cameras. Magic Lanterns and Slides.
  • 31 Joseph Gillott and Sons, Victoria Works, Graham-street, Birmingham. Specimens of Steel Pens, in the various stages of manufacture. Finished Pens, and Fancy Coloured and Ground Pens.
  • 33 William Ford Stanley, 4 and 5, Great Turnstile, Holborn, London, W.C. Cases of Patented Drawing Instruments. Improved Eidograph. Improved Pentograph. Patented Protractor. Improved Dumpy Level. Theodolite, with electrically-illuminated axis. Improved Miners’ Dial. J. Ainsler’s Integrator. Polar Planimeters, and Current Meters. Patented Scales, and various instruments.
  • 34 Mesdames Scown and Newling, 64, King-street, Manchester. Cane’s 3ft. Sin. Brass Folding Cot, trimmed. Model Cot, in black and white, japanned, trimmed. Royal Nursery Cot. Wicker Bassinette. Wicker Infant’s Baskets. Folding Iron Baskets. Stand Wicker Baskets.
  • 35 Gilbert James French, 31, Manchester-road, Bolton, Lancashire. Altar Cloth. Communion Linen. Carpets. Tapestries. Communicants’ Kneeling and Seat Rugs. Pede Mats. Ecclesiastical Chair. Kneeling Hassocks and Pads. Clergy and Choir Cassocks, Surplices, Hoods, and Stoles. Ecclesiastical and Emblematic Banners. Embroideries, and other articles of church furniture and decoration.
  • 37 Barlow and Jones, Limited, 2, Portland-street, Manchester. Toilet, Marseilles, Patent Satin, Tapestry, Mitcheline, Honey-comb, Grecian, Alhambra, and Oriental Quilts; Cotton Sheets and Cotton Blankets for export. The Royal Velvet Twill Sheets and Sheetings Bath Sheets. Dusters. Sponge Cloths. Antimacassars. Honeycomb, Huckaback, Fancy and Osman Turkish Towels. Tapestry Tablecloths. Quilting and Satin Toilet Covers, printed and embroidered. White, Dyed, and Printed Damasks. Toiletings. Vestings. Piques. Perched Quiltings. Swansdowns. Tiny Cloth. Canvas and Angola for embroidery. Fleece Door Mats and Hearth Rugs.
  • 38 Tootal, Broadhurst, Lee and Co., 56 to 62, Mosley-street, and 2, Charlotte-street, Manchester; Sunnyside Mills, Bolton; Ten Acres Mill, Manchester; Black Lane Mills, Radcliffe; and Dan Lane Mills, Atherton. Plain and Fancy Muslins and White Dress Goods. Plain and Fancy Skirtings. All and Mixed Silk, Woollen, and Cotton Dress Goods. Piques. Fancy Printed Calicoes and Muslins. Velveteens. Handkerchiefs. Sateens and Linings. Yarns and Sewing Cottons.
  • 39 The Rossendale Printing Co., 33, George-street, Manchester. Printed Cretonnes in Reps, Toile a Voile, Sateens for Quilts, Crepes, Twills, &c. Printed Calicoes of all kinds for home trade and export. Printed Fancy Cloths of various kinds for dresses.
  • 41 Leon Lang, Designer, 16, Peel Terrace, Old TrafFord, Manchester. Designs for Calico Printing.
  • 42 Robt. Fielding and Son; works, Sycamore-street, Oldham-road, Manchester; office, 15a, York-street, Manchester. Large Design of a figured silk handkerchief, for weaving portrait of Her Majesty Queen Victoria and other portraits, and illustrations of various incidents which Lave occurred during the Queen’s lifetime. A handkerchief woven from the above design is exhibited. Can be seen weaving in the loom of the Bradford Manufacturing Co., in the Machinery Annexe East, Stand No. 389. Two Designs for silk dress cloths, with samples of silk cloths woven from them. Design for cotton dress fabric, with sample of cloth woven from it. This design can be seen weaving in the loom of Devoge and Co, Jacquard machinists. Stand No. 372, in Machinery Annexe East. Sketches for various styles of cloth, in which the design is to be woven by the Jacquard machine.
  • 43 The Thornliebank Company, Limited, 43, Portland-street, Manchester; 4, West Regent-street, Glasgow; 106, Cheapside, and 79, Gresham-street, London, E.C.; works, Thornliebank, near Glasgow. Calico Prints, Fancy Dyed Goods, and Printed Cashmeres.
  • 45 S. Schwabe and Co., 41, George-street, Manchester, and Rhodes Works, near Middleton. Printed Cottons.
  • 47 Samuel Knowles and Co., Tottington Mills, near Bury, and 66, Mosley-street, Manchester. Printed Calicoes, in Turkey red and extract styles, chiefly Furnitures for curtains and hall decoration.
  • 48 Gemmell and Harter, The Radcliffe Printing Co., Limited, 16, Charlotte-street, Manchester; works, Radcliffe. Printed Cottons.
  • 49 and 50 The Dacca Twist Company — Rylands and Sons, Limited, New High-street, Manchester, and Wood- street, London. Calicoes — Grey, Bleached, Scoured, and Dyed — comprising every description and quality, both in plain, twilled, and fancy makes. Floor Oilcloths of every description and qualit}". Toilet Covers, F'ichus, Handkerchiefs, Dimities, Crepes, Cotton Diapers, Dyed Damasks. Coloured Shirtings — Oxfords, Regattas, (fee., in all qualities and designs. Turkey Red Twills, in all qualities. Shirts — White and Coloured — in all varieties. Small wares of every kind. Sewing Cottons, Tapes, Braids, Window Cords. Waddings in all colours. Ladies’ and Children’s Underclothing, Stays and Corsets. Coloured Mufflers, Ties, tfec. Umbrellas in all varieties. Eiderdown Quilts and Fringes.
  • 51 William Woollams and Co., 1 10, High-street (near Man- chester Square), London, W. Artistic Wall and Ceiling Papers free from arsenic. Patent Embossed P’lock Papers. Coriacene (registered), a new embossed imitation leatlier paper. Raised P'lock Papers for painting over. Flock, Chintz, and Damask Papers on mica grounds.
  • 52 Cassell and Co., Limited, La Belle Sauvage, Ludgate-hill, London, E.C. Art, Educational, and Popular Publications, Magazines, Serial Works, (fee. Specimens of Electrotypes, Art Processes, Wood Blocks, (fee. Cassell’s National and Red Libraries, (fee.
  • 53 F. Steiner k Co., Church Works, Church, Lancashire; Irwell Springs Works, near Bacup, Lancashire ; and Manchester, London, and Glasgow. Turkey Red Goods and Yarns. Turkey Red Prints, and Calico Prints generally.
  • 54 A and S. Henry k Co., 38, York-street, Manchester. Velvets, Velveteens, Corduroys, Moleskins, Silk Plushes, Dyed and Printed Silesias and Linings, White and Grey Calicoes, Oxford and Harvard Shirtings, Shirts, Linens, &c.
  • 55 Simpson and Godlee, Deans Mill, Swinton, and 51, Portland-street, Manchester. Damasks, Dimitties, Belgian Stripes, Cretonnes, Turkey Rod Twills.
  • 56 Albert Dux and Co., 36 and 38, Queen-street, and Sunny- side Furnishing Works, Salford. Cutting Machine for Velvets. Grinding Stone to sharpen the knives. Various Dyed and Printed Cotton Goods.
  • 57 Ralph Hall k Co., 27, Portland-street, Manchester. Velveteens, Velvets, Dyed and Printed Linings, Drills, and Sateens.
  • 58 Broome, Hallwortii, and Foster, 4 and 6, St. Peters Square, Manchester. Velutina, an improved velvet pile fabric. Velveteens, Dyed and Printed Linings and Dress Sateens, Lustrine Sleeve Linings.
  • 59 Holroyd and Scott, Parkside Mills, Bradford. Cotton Plushes, Silk Plush.
  • 60 Anyon’s Patent Macrame Lace Loom Co., 97, Oxford- street, Chorlton-upon-Medlock. Macrame Lace Looms and Frames. Macrame Lace Materials silk and twine. The Albion Darning Last. Sample of Work ma up in Macrame, such as table, brackets, and drawing-room tidies.
  • 61 Bayne k Son, Burnley. Cotton Cords, as from the Loom. Cutting of the same in process. Goods in the finished state.
  • 62 William Cooke k Co., Grove Works, Clay pit-lane, Leeds. Golden Lustre Silk. Paper Hangings.
  • 63 Isaac Chorlton and Co., 19, Blackfriars-street ; works. Water-street, Salford, Manchester. Metallic Bedsteads. Bedsteads combined with Spring Mattresses. Steel Spring and Chain, Woven Wire, and other Spring Mattresses. Ships’ Berths — single; also double-tier. Folding Spring Beds and Stretchers. Invalid Appliance Spring Beds. Hospital Beds of various descriptions. Invalid Spring Couches. Invalid Bed-Rests. Patent Castors.
  • 64 Jonathan Eobertshaw, Imperial Works, Cornhrook Park-road, Manchester. Persian Bedstead complete, fitted with double woven steel wire mattress. Hospital or Servants’ Bedstead, fitted with chain spring mattress, without wood frame. Chain Mattress, on wood frame complete. Spring Wire Mattress, on Avood frame. Bed- Rest, for supporting the back of an invalid in bed. Hair Mattress.
  • 65 Frazer Bros., Summer Hill Foundry, and Wiggin -street Bedstead Works, Birmingham. Bedsteads in brass, composite, and iron. Bedsteads with patent seat at end. Fenders and Kerbs in brass and iron. Fire Brasses and Fire Irons. Dog Rests. Umbrella Stands. Fire Screens. Coal Vases. Mirrors in repousse brass frames. Tile Hearths.
  • 66 The Longford Wire, Iron, and Steel Co., Limited, Warrington. Longford Galvanised, Highly-tempered, Spring Steel AVire Mattresses and Bedsteads, combined for domestic, hotels, hospitals, and for use in institutions generally. Galvanised Woven Steel Wire, for railway carriage seats, ships’ sofa berths, couches, billiard-room seats, &c., also ships’ berths.
  • 67 James Wrigley and Son, Limited, Bridge Hall Mills, Bury, Lancashire; 21, Budge Eow, Cannon-street, London, E.C. ; 29, John Dalton-street, Manchester. Assortment of Papers, consisting of writing papers, Avhite and tinted, all qualities ; plate paper, fine and superfine ; white and toned, fine and superfine; printings, white and toned; various qualities printings ; plate glazed printings for colour Avork ; super callendered papers, antique papers, and etching paper; superfine litho cartridge; splendid assortment of card boards, AAdiite and tinted ; various qualities of iieAA^s ; 1 reel of newspaper, consisting of one continuous Aveb 4 miles 367 yards long; specimens of materials used in manufacture of paper, shoAving the same in various stages of preparation ; 1 reel of AATiting paper, in which the postal rates are AA^ater-marked 82,668 times, each Avater-mark representing one sheet of note paper.
  • 68 The Committee of the Manchester Art Museum. Ancoats Hall, Manchester. Pictures and other Works of Art lent to Public Elementary Schools in Manchester and Salford. Descriptions and references to explanations in the Art Museum of the processes of AAdiich they are products.
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  • 82 Laueent Colas, Bogny Braiix, Ardennes, France. Specimens of Patent Axle Fittings for coaches and wagons. The Claviger Cycle Co., Limited, Mary-street and New Bridge-street, Strange M^ays, Manchester. Safety Bicycles, front and rear drivers. Tricycles, front and rear drivers. Sergeant and AValmsley, Bury New Bead, Manchester. Small Canoe Landau, for one horse. Fitted with patent self- acting head, mounted on elliptic and cross springs, with open heads and indiarubber fittings. Collinge’s patent axles. All light steel forgings. Henry Fleetwood Lloyd, 12, Colquit-street, Liverpool. Patent Folding Two and Four Wheel Albany CaiTiages. J. A. Lawton and Co., 35, Hardman- street, Liverpool. Full Lock Cee and Lender Spring Victoria Phaeton, fitted with patent lever brake. Patent Automatic Head Lift, suitable for one or a pair of horses. Canoe Landau, fitted with patent self-acting automatic head lift, Ac., suitable for one or a pair of horses. H. McMullen and Son, North Crescent, Hertford, Herts. The Crescent Phaeton, registered, a four-wheel carnage, with very short coupling and high wheels. The Crescent Car, registered, a two- wheel, easy of access, with high wheels. The Olympia Phaeton, a close-coupled four-wheel, of new design. 'J'he Olympia Cart, a two- wheel, of new design. Forder and Co., Limited, 7, 8, and 9, Upper St. MartiiTs- lane, London, and Cleveland-road, Wolverhampton. Patent Royal Hansom, hung upon Cee springs, with shackle ends; body fitted with apparatus for opening doors by driver, metallic front and side frames, polished brass, trimmed with black morocco, with black and gold lace ; brass mounted lamps and furniture. McN AUGHT and Co., 10, Park-lane, London; Worcester; and 13, Slater-street, Liverpool. Light (eight inside) Omnibus, with head moveable to form Open Brake. Single-seated Brougham for one horse. Joseph Owen and Sons, 21, Grosvenor-street, C.-on-M., Manchester ; 67, St. Anne-street, Liverpool ; sawmills and manufactory, Stanley ]\lills, Melrose-road, Kirk- dale, Liverpool. Bent and otherwise manufactured Timber used in construction of vehicles ; shaft, and other bent timber ; pillars, beds, and other body scantling and sweeps ; panels and other boards ; spokes, felloes, naves ; architraves, moulds, skirting ; floor and matched boards ; beetle-fal lei's, bobbin-blocks, picking-sticks, road timber, tool handles, mangle rollers.
  • 83 John Egberts, 6 , Cavendish-street, Stretford-road, Man- chester. Light Canoe Landau, with patent automaton head, levers for throwing glass frames into doors, large front light to body, for one or pair of horses. Cee and Underspring Ogee Back Victoria Phaeton, with crane-neck perch, full lock forecarriage, morocco lining, silver mounts, for one or pair of horses.
  • 84 John Charles Windover, 29, Oxford-street, St. Peter’s, Manchester. Landau and Brougham.
  • 85 The Steel Frame Carriage Co., Limited, Polygon Avenue, Ardwick, Manchester. Hansom Cab, fitted with patent ventilator, non-slipping treads, and rubber tyres. Brougham, fitted with non-slipping treads, and patent lock. Dog Cart, fitted with safety foot rests, non-slipping treads and rubber tyres. Specimens of Panelling and Steel Frame.
  • 86 George Morris, 5, Prince of Wales’-road, Norwich. Gem Cart, fitted with automatic seats. Four-wheeled Dog Cart, or Sporting Phaeton. Alexandra Car, to carry four persons.
  • 87 and 87a Joseph Cockshoot and Co., New Bridge-street, Strangeways, Manchester. Brougham, Siamese Victoria, and Victoria Phaeton. Saddler}^, Harness, &c.
  • 88 M. Nairn and Co., Kirkcaldy, Scotland ; Canal-street, Minshull-street, Manchester; 131,, Aldersgate-street, London; 113, Centre-street, Glasgow; 57, Boulevard Ornano, Paris. Floorcloth and Linoleum.
  • 89 The Bristol Wagon Works Co., Limited, Lawrence Hill, Bristol. Margetson and Hek’s Patent Screw Tip Cart, with Patent Brake. Adjustable Dog Cart. Four-wheel Dog Cart Phaeton.
  • 90 Anne Cowburn, Park Place, Cheetham, Manchester. Pair-horse Landau, with inimitable head, noiseless, and draught- excluding windows. Medium-size Brougham, with square front, noiseless, and draught-excluding windows.
  • 91 Thomas Briggs, Bridge-street; Patent Cart Works, Darwen, and Chester Eoad, Stretford, Manchester. Adjustable Two-wheeled Tipping Cart, fitted with noiseless automatic brake on both wheels. Specimen set of Patent Fittings for one cart.
  • 92 Leveson and Sons, 35, Piccadilly, Manchester; 90 and 92, New Oxford- street, London, W.C. ; 89, Bold-street, Liverpool ; and 32, Bond-street, Leeds. Bath, Chair. Invalid’s Carriage. Perambulators. Telescope Couch and Chair combined. Merlin Chair. Reclining Chair. CaiTA’ing Chairs. Bed Tables. Leg Rests. Bed Rests. Reading Stands.
  • 93 W. H. Cooke and Co., Woodalls Buildings and Water- street, Manchester. Doom. Turned Balusters. Turned Newels. Square-built Newels, in walnut. Handrailing. Moulds. Architraves. Garden Chairs. Garden Folding Chairs. Tables. Window. Trellis Work.
  • 94 Monk and Newell, Ruabon, North Wales, and 14, Regent- road, Bootle, Liverpool. Manufixctures in Red, Buff, and Blue Terra-cotta.
  • 95 R. AND A. Main, Argyle Works, Glasgow. Gas Ranges, Hearths, and Heating Appliances.
  • 97 The Anglo-American Tin Stamping Co., Limited, Stourport, Worcester. Stamped Seamless Tinned and Wrought-iron Hollo ware, plain tinned, bright tinned, and Japanned ; also Enamelled Blue or Grey and White and Patent Mottled Ware.
  • 98 The Hepworth Iron Co., Hazlehead, near Sheffield. Glazed Stoneware Sanitary Tubes and Fittings, Glazed Sinks, Troughs, Vases, Flower Pots, Mignonette Boxes, Ac. Best Furnace Fire Bricks, Blue Metal Building Bricks, Stable, Paving, and Wall Coping.
  • 99 Oates and Green, Horley Green Fire Clay and Sanitary Tube Works, and Beacon Hill Fire Brick and Red Brick Works, Halifax. Glazed Bricks, white and coloured. Enamelled Sinks, white and cane-coloured. Salt Glazed Sinks. Sanitary Horse Mangers and Troughs, of glazed earthenware. Traps for streets, yards, and houses. Chimney tops, for preventing down draught. Sundry Sanitary Tubes. Fire Bricks, Air Bricks, Gullies, Traps, Ac., Ac. Sink and Trap combined.
  • 100 M. C. Duffy and Son, 66, Storks-road, London, S.E. Immovable Acme Wood Block Flooring.
  • 101 Edward Smith and Co., Coalville, Leicestershire. Ornamental Floor and Wall Tiles. Embossed and Incised Tiles. Hand-painted Tiles. Hearth Tiles. Photographic Art Tiles. Decorated Tiles. Mosaic. Ten’a Cotta.
  • 102 Edwards Bros., King-street, Fenton, Staffordshire. White Granite Dinner, Tea, and Toilet Ware. Decorated Granite Dinner, Tea, and Toilet Ware. Decorated Earthenware (Ivory Body) Dinner, Dessert, Tea, and Toilet Ware. Decorated Earthenware (White and Ivory Bodies) Vases. PhotogTaph and Picture Frames.
  • 103 Maw and Co., Benthall Works, Jackfield, near Ironb ridge, B.S.O., Shropshire. Floor Tiles. Mosaic Pavements. Wall Tiles for dados. Fire- place Tiles. Art Tiles : Ruby Lustre. D’Oro Lustre. Persian. Pottery : Lustre, Persian, Majolica.
  • 104 J. L. Thomasson, Corn Market, Worcester. Thomasson’s Multifidous Inlet Air Diffusers. The Floral Architrave for festive floral decorations, &c. Devices and Memorial Flower Helders. Jardinieres and Firegrate Screen. Aquaria Tanks.
  • 105 Joseph Brooke and Sons, Hipperholme, near Halifax, Yorkshire. Glazed Bricks, Tiles, Porcelain Baths, Sinks, &c. York Stone.
  • 106 Follows and Bate, Limited, Froxrner-street, Gorton, Manchester. Knife-cleaning Machines, Mincing Machines, Vegetable and Suet Cutting Machines, Rapid Potato Mashers, Marmalade Cutting Machines. Salting Instruments. Coffee, Pepper, Spice, and Wheat Mills. Egg Whisks and Mixing Machines. Bread, Sugar, and Almond Grating Machines. Bread Cutting Machines. Potato Chip Machines. Tobacco Cutting Machines. Meat Presses. Lemon Squeezers. Box Churns. Patent Simplex Cask Stand or Stillage. Domestic Grindstones.
  • 107 Shanks and Co., Tubal Works, Barrhead, N.B. Bath (cast-iron). Plunge, Spray, Shower, Douche, and Sitz, with walnut woodwork complete. Shanks’s Patent Copper Sitz Bath, fitted in wood cabinet. Large Cabinet Stand, with Lavatory and Marble Slab. Imperial and Citizen Baths. Imperial and Citizen Lavatories. Folding-up Lavatories and Urinals. School Lavatories. Combined Lavatories. Tubal Closets. Imperial Closets. Citizen Closets. Reliable Syphon and Double-Valve Cisterns. Automatic Urinals. Sinks. Samples of Brass Taps.

SFXTION I. H. Sutcliffe and Co., 49, 51, and 53, Thomas-street, Sluidehill ; works, 110, Great Ancoats-st., Manchester. Grocers’ Tea Canisters, of various designs, ornamented in pearl, paintings, and gold work. Ornamental Vases, ornamented as above Ornamental Coffee-Grinding Mill. Agate Counter Scales. Weighing Machines. Sets of various kinds. Sack Truck. Movable Pielieving Pillar Scale. Weights of

  • 109 Alfred Carter and Co., 10, South John-street, and 35, Norton-street, Liver|30ol Enamelled Slate Wall Lining, in imitation of various marbles. Slate Cisterns. Slate Lavatory Top. Slate Housemaid’s Sink. Slate Shelving for Greenhouses. Slate Manger.
  • 110 William Dale, 50, John Dalton-street, and 45, Cannon- street, Manchester. Ornamental Tiles for floors and walls, Tile Chimney Pieces, Tile Hearths, Tile Fenders, Art Tiles for furniture and decorative purposes. Ceramic Mosaics, &c.
  • 111 W. and A. C. Eussell and Co., Scotia Foundry, Athole- street. West Liverpool-st., Pendleton, near Manchester. Cast-iron Mantel and Overmantel, with Balconettes in imitation of Pollard Oak (enamelled). Electro Bronzed Canopied Interior and dog grate to suit. Tile Hearth and Brass Fitted Fender and Furnishings. Cast-iron Mantel find Overmantel, with Balconettes in cream and gold, enamelled. Improved Canopied Hob Grate with Tiles, Tile Hearth, Fender, and Furnishings to suit. Cast-iron Mantel and Ornamental Walnut and Gold Enamelled. Tile Register, Tile Hearth, Fender and Furnishings. Cast-iron Combination Mantel and Overmantel in imitation marbles. Cast- iron Combination Mantel and Overmantel relieved in colours (enamelled). Cast-iron Mantel and Overmantel in black and best B. V. Bronze with Register, Tile Hearth, Fender and Furnishings. Cast-iron Combination Mantel and Overmantel relieved in colours. Tile Hearth and Fender to suit. Group Cast-iron Mantel Registers and Overmantels relieved in colours. Withington Patent Grate. Various Panels in imitation of Marbles, &c. ^lirrors, Wall Brackets, Ornamental Castings, &c. Group of Cooking Ranges and Kitchen Mantels for coal and gas, with sundry Ornamental Artistic Iron Castings, enamelled and decorated.
  • 112 John Armitage and Son, Lees-street, Great Aucoats-stret, Manchester; 140, Devonshire-street, Sheffield; works, Deepcar, near Sheffield. Terra-Cotta Mouldings, and Ornainental Stringcourses. Statuary, Balusters, Panels, Finials and Terminals. Roofing Ridge, and Garden Edge Tiles. Blue or Salt Glazed Sewer Bricks, Invert
  • 57 Blocks, Sanitary Tubes, Fire Bricks, Chimney Tops, Vases, Trusses, and Fire Clay Goods. Art Painted, Enamelled, and Majolica Tiles, Glazed Tiles.
  • 114 Joseph Hamblet, West Bromwich, Staffordshire. Staffordshire Blue Bricks, Copings, and Terra Metallic Pavings, encaustic and tessellated tiles, and red and buff terra cotta goods.
  • 115 Robert Adams; works, 7, Great Dover-street ; offices and Showrooms, 17, Blackman-street, Borough, London, S E. Spring Hinges, single and double action. Tongue Casement Bolt. Reversible Window for Cleaning, fitted with Triumph Sash Fastener. Pneumatic Fanlight Closer. Ratchet Fanlight Openers. Link Action Fanlight Openers. R. Adam’s Patent Fanlight Centre. Patent Fanlight Gussett for the exclusion of draught. Patent Case- ments, Stays, &c. ■
  • 116 John Watson, Globe Works, 2, Jordan-street, Little Peter-street, Knott Mill, Manchester. Outside Sun Blinds, Venetian, Festoon, Art Cloth, Art Cane, Wire, Zinc, Art Glass and Cane Blinds.
  • 117 G. M. Mansell, Ward’s Buildings, 47, Deansgate, Manchester. Revolving Shutters, Brass Sashes, Window Blinds, Iron Guards, Ac., Glass Pavement Lights, Leaded Lights and Ornamental Glass. Ventilators and Model Lift, Hoisting Apparatus, and Ornamental Ironwork.
  • 118 John Marsden, Varley-street, Oldham-road, Manchester. Selection of Floor Cloths, finished and partly finished, showing the progress of cloth from the canvas to the finished article.
  • 119 Jas. F. Ebner, Clerken well-road, London, E.C. Ebner’s Patent Hydrofuge S3’stem of la^fing parquet or Avood blocks on concrete, stone, or ordinary fireproof constructions. A system of dovetailing the wood to the concrete by means of a hard- setting bituminous damp course. One-inch Solid Parquet for counter floors. Solid Carpet Parquet for existing floors. Parquet de Luxe. Art Joiner}". Enamel Mosaic. Marble and other Mosaic Pavements. Improved Marble Ten-azzo Pavements.
  • 120 The Keighley Timber and Saw Mills Company and Planing, Moulding, Turning, and Steam- Joinery Works, Lawkliolme, Keighley, Yorkshire. Specimen Doors of steam macliine make. MachineiT-made Window Work, and other Joinery. Samples of Turner}’. Samples and patterns of Mouldings and Architraves. Samples of the Day and Night Ventilating Architraves, Decorated Glass Window Screens, &c.
  • 121 Craven, Dunnill and Co., Limited, Jackfield Works, near Iron Bridge, Shropshire. Artistic Tiles, painted, printed, embossed, glazed, and enamelled. Ceramic Mosaic. Glazed and enamelled Ceramic Mosaics. Salopian Artistic Pottery.
  • 122 Macniven and Cameron, 23 to 33, Blair-street, Edin- burgh. Waverley, Pickwick, Owl, Hindoo, Flying “ J,” and other Steel Pens. Steel Pens with turned-up points, turned-down points, oblique cut points, and with simple ink-caiTying aiTangement. Quill Yielding and Quill Spring Penholders.
  • 123 Onward’’ Publishing Office (W. P. secretary), 18, Mount-street, Manchester. Temperance Publications. Ingham,
  • 124 D. Alexander Merrin, Royal Exchange Printing and Publishing House, Strutt-street, Manchester. Kindergarten Work. Memn’s Registered Paper-plaiting Demon- strator. Star Series Folding Papers. Boxes of Folded Objects and Forms and Stars. New Form and Colour Card. Miniature May Pole Plaiting.
  • 125 John T. Clarke, 78, Faulkner-street, Manchester. Indiarubber Endorsing Stamps, Type, and requisites. Copper and Wood Stamps. Whitby Jet Marking Ink. American Roller Composition.
  • 126 James Spicer and Sons, 50, Upper Thames-street, Queen- hithe, and 92, Long Acre, London ; New Edmund-street, Birmingham ; 20, Mount-street, Manchester. Reams of Paper of various kinds. Fancy Box Stationery, Account Books, Envelopes, Show Cases of Fancy Papers.
  • 127 H. AND J. Lyons, L9, Park-street, Manchester. Writing and Copying Inks, Blue-Black, Scarlet, and other Colours. Sealing Wax.
  • 128 Samuel Moore and Son, 5, Duke-street, Cannon-street, Manchester. Specimens of Bindings for Presentation, Addresses, and Testi- monials. Specimens of Account Books in vellum, russia, morocco, and other bindings. Specimens of Letterpress Bindings.
  • 129 John Heywood, Deansgate and Ridgefield, Manchester. Bookbinding, Plain, Ornamental, Antique, and Richly Illumi- nated. Illuminated Addresses. Account Books, including Bank Ledgers, Invoice Books, Ac., in russia, vellum, calf, and other bindings.
  • 130 Novello and Son, 51, Corporation-street, Manchester; Gothic Chambers, Erskine-street, Liverpool ; Nicholas Chambers, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Plain and Ornamental Writing for advertising purposes. Illu- minated Writing. Patent Automatic Advertiser.
  • 131 Young J. Pentland, 11 , Teviot Place, Edinburgh. Medical Publications. Anatomical Models and Preparations.
  • 132 Shannon File Co., Limited, North Street, Moorfields, London, E.C. The Shannon Letter and Bill File. Binding Case. Filing Cabinets. Roller Copier. Office Desks.
  • 133 J. Curwen and Sons, 8, Warwick-lane, London, E.C. Books and DiagTams for Teaching Music. Music in the Staff Notation and Tonic Sol-fa Notation. Tonic Sol-fa System of Teaching.
  • 131 George Cussons, 13, Tenerifie-street, Strangeways, Manchester. Wood Models for Teaching Art Drawing. Wood Models for Illustrating Geometrical Drawing. Wood Models for Teaching- Machine and Building Construction. Other Appliances for educational purposes.
  • 135 John J. Royle, 27 and 29, King-street West, Man- chester ; 13, Red Lion Square, London; and 57, Hope- street, Glasgow. Assortment of Electro-plate and other Ware, showing the application of Royle’s Patent Self-pouring system. Pendu Lights, for suspending a light from an existing gas bracket or chandelier. Tap Unions. Main Supply Filters. Argand Brackets. Pendulous Kettles and Food Warmers. Rapid Muller.
  • 136 H. Fourness and Co., 116 and 118, Princess-street, Manchester. Regenerative Gas Lamps, and Fittings for same.
  • 137 The Wenham Co., Limited (Samuel Gratrix jun., and Bro., Agents); works, Upper Ogle-street, Fitzroy Square, London, \V. Regenerative and Ventilating Gas Lamps.
  • 138 London and Manchester Eeflector Co., 74, Oxford- street (St. Peter’s), Manchester. Day and Gaslight Reflectors, and Jewellers’ Outside Reflecting Lamps.
  • 139 William Wilson and Co., 50, 52, and 54, King-street, and St. James’s Square, Manchester. Wood and Marble Chimnevpicces with Tile Hearths. Chan- deliers for gas or oil. Decorative Metal Work. China and Stained Glass. Kitchen Ranges. Steam and Hot Water Heating Apparatus. Baths and Lavatories. General House Fittings.
  • 140 Leech Brothers and Hoyle, 20 and 22, Old Millgate, and 8, Cannon-street, Manchester.
  • 141 Elliott, Edminson, and Olney, 79, Deansgate, Manchester.
  • 142 S. B. Sutcliffe and Co., Broughton Tile Works, Sher- borne-street. Strange ways, Manchester. Wood Chimneypieces, with over-mantels. Tile Fronts for fire- places. Tile Panels for dog grates. Patent Tile Hearth and Fender combined, in one piece. Patent Tile Fender Kerbs. Tile Hearths. Painted Tiles. Dutch Tiles. Specimens of Tiles. Dog Grates. Interior Grates. Register Grates, shown along ivith Tile Work.
  • 143 Charles Wilson and Sons, Carlton Works, Exeter Place, Leeds. Gas Cooking and Heating Stoves. Gas Fires electro-nickelled, brassed, or bronzed. Greenhouse Boilers, Tailors’ Irons, and Stoves heated by gas.
  • 144 James Stott and Co., 10, Market Place, Manchester. Gas Governor. Stop Valve, for prevention of gas explosion. Smoke Collector for Gas, Oil, and other lights. Lamps, Shades, and Globes.
  • 145 J. M. Bennett and Sons, Hyde-road, Ardwick, Manchester. Cast-iron Altar-piece, enamelled in different marbles, with cast- iron crucifix and candlesticks in electro, brass, and nickel. Cast-iron
  • 146 Thomas Sands Hattersley, 2, Centml Buildings, Oldham-street, Manchester. Cricket, Lawn Tennis, Football and Lacrosse Goods.
  • 147 Thomas Hepplestone, 25, Shudehill, Manchester. Guns, Rifles, Revolvers, and Pistols. Fittings and Implements for guns, rifles, and pistols, and cases for ditto.
  • 148 John Wilson, Jun., Erskine-street, Hulme, Manchester. Gymnastic Apparatus (fittings and utensils), consisting of parallel and horizontal bars, jumping stand, trapeze bars, ropes and rings, apparatus for family use, climbing ropes and poles, Indian clubs, dumb bells, rings, bar bells, boxing gloves, foils and masks.
  • 149 Henry Whitty, 15, Basnett-street, Liverpool, Lanca- shire. Fishing Tackle. Split Cane Rods. Flies and Baits and Material used m modern fishing. Rackets, Toboggins, La Crosse and other Canadian games.
  • 150 Giddings and Dacre, Junction Lead, Paint, and Brass Works, Ducie-street, Whittles Croft, and Mather- street, London-road, Manchester. Sanitary Ware and Iron Enamelled Goods. Chandeliers and Gas Fittings. Bar Fittings. Ornamental Lead Lights. Paints and Dry Colours. Sheet Lead, Lead Water, and Gas Pipe.
  • 151 Co-operative Wholesale Society Limited; central office, 1, Balloon-street, Manchester ; works, Duns-lane, Leicester, and Heckmondwike, Yorkshire. Boots and Shoes.
  • 152 Merieux and Beaulieu fils (agent, Oswald Pike, 79, Piccadilly, Manchester), Bos de Moulin, pres Limoges, France. Rabbits’ Fur (or Coney Wool) for the making of Felt Hats.
  • 153 James Redfern and Son, 75, Market-street, Manchester; manufactory, 1, Dantzic-street. Toilet Brushes and Combs. Household, AVarehouse, and Stable Brushes and Sponges. Chamois Leathers and Razor Strops. Miscellaneous Brushware. Shirt Studs, Links, and Solitaires. Processes of manufacture illustrated.
  • 154 William Holland and Sons, Victoria Mills, Miles Platting, Manchester. Wool in its raw state, also scoured, carded, combed, and prepared for spinning. Combed Botany Yarns, in all counts up to lOO’s, spun on the French system entirely without oil. Cannettes for weft. Warp Yarns (for French cashmeres, &c.), single and two- fold, in cops, on bobbins, and on beams, sized. Cashmere Hosiery Yarns, in all counts.
  • 155 William Eobertson, Eildon Mill, Galashiels, N.B. Scotch Tweeds and Rugs.
  • 156 James Barton and Co., Palace Buildings, 93, Market- street, Manchester. Travelling Rugs and Mauds.
  • 157 Briggs Priestley and Sons, Albion Mills, Laister Dyke, and Dole Mills, Thornton, Yorkshire. Silk and Wool Dress Fabrics for Gentlewomen.
  • 158 Butenberg, Heusch, and Co., Aix-la-Chapelle, Germany. Pyramid constructed of Berries, made of toilet pins with glass heads, of different colours. Machine and other Needles.
  • 159 Samuel Porritt and Sons, Bamford Woollen Mills, near Rochdale. Flannels, Baizes, Kerseys, Machine Cloths, Plaidings, Tweeds, Ironing Blankets. Paper Makers’ Felts, Jackets, Water Bagging, Ac. Printers’ Blanketings, Tapes, Endless Sieves, Lappings, Cotton Manu- facturers’ Roller, Clearer, Washer, and Sizing Cloth, Flannel, Ac. Saddlers’ Loin Cloths, Cart Sheetings, Ac.
  • 160 James Carr and Sons, Clarence Mills, Clarence-street, Chester-road, Manchester. Patent Woven Ladder Tape and other Tapes and Cords for Venetian Blinds. Fringed Edgings and Bindings for Curtains and Tapestries. Worsted and Cotton Bindings for Army and Navy purposes. Cotton Banding and Washer Cloth for Mill Furnishing. Other various Bindings and Smallwares for haberdashery purposes.
  • 161 Robert Byrom, Slackcote Mills, Delph, near Manchester. Fancy Reversible and other Shawls, made from Wool, Vicugna, and Cashmere.
  • 162 James Barton and Co., Palace Buildings, 93, Market- street, Manchester. Woollen Goods.
  • 163 The Lancashire and Yorkshire Productive Society, Limited, Hare Hill Mills, Hare Hill-road, Littleborougb, near Manchester. Flamiels, in Plains and Coloureds. Self and Coloured Lancashires and Yorkshires, Saxonies, Electorals, Cricketing and Footballing Flannels, Ac., Arc.
  • 164 Paul Schulze, 19, Greenwood-street, Manchester. Tlie Home-Knit Oriental (Smyrna) Rug, and the materials required (Smyrna Wool, Smyrna Cotton, Designs, Arc). Process of making the same (hand-knitting). Also, Silk Wool Yarns, for Embroidery and Knitting.
  • 165 John White and Co., The Shetland Warehouse, 10, F rederick- street, Edinburgh. Shetland Wool Manuflictures : Lace Shawls, Veils, Scarfs and Ties, Warm Wrap Shawls, Clouds, Hosiery and Underclothing, all hand-knitted by the women of Shetland. Specimens of Shetland Undyed Home-spun Tweeds. Fair Isle Manufactures : Cowls, Caps, Comforters, Gloves and Stockings, hand-knitted by the natives of Fair Isle, who were taught the curious patterns and colours by the survivors of the Spanish Armada Flagship wrecked there in 1588.
  • 166 George Lee and Sons, Limited, Wakefield, and 81, Cannon- street, Manchester. Scotch Fingering Wools, Knitting Wools. Specimens of Wool in the raw state and in process of manufacture.
  • 167 McLintock and Sons, Utilitas Works, Barnsley. Down Quilts and Clothing, Pillows, Tea Cozies, A:c.
  • 168 Finlayson, Bousfield, and Co., Flax Mills, Johnstone, Scotland, and Grafton, United States. Linen Threads, from the rough flax to the finished thread, including all kinds of linen threads for machine and hand-sewing, and for domestic use. Macrame, Linen Crochet, Lace, Flourishing Threads, Salmon Net, and Gilling Twines. Shoe Threads, and all classes of Threads for the Boot, Saddling, and Leather Trades. Bookbinders’, Carpet, and Glove Thread. A Ball of Three-cord Sewing Machine Thread, containing 54,000 yards, or a knotlcss thread 30 miles in length. Specimens of Flax in the various stages of manufacture.
  • 169 Smith Brothers and Co., 1, Forbes-place, Paisley. Fine quality of Silk and Wool Shawls, also Figured Velvet Shawls.
  • 170 Cooper, Corah and Sons, St. Margarets Works, Leicester. Collection of Ladies’ Jersey Jackets, Girls’ Jersey Costumes, Boys’ Jerseys, and Jersey Suits, ]\Ien’s Yatchingand Football Jemoys. Ladies and Gentlemen’s Hosiery. A collection of Fancy Woollen Hosiery, Underclothing, A:c.
  • 171 Buser and Keiser, Laufenbourg and Liestal, Switzer- land. Depot and Shipping Office ; E. Buser, 8, York street, Manchester. Elastic Knit Ribbed Underclotbiiig in silk, wool, and Lisle.
  • 172 Fleming, Beid k Co., The Merino Mill, Greenock. Knittine: Machines at work. Scotch Fingering Yarns. Double Knitting and Wheeling Yarns. Berlin Fingering Yarns. Double Berlin Yarns, and Welsh Wool. Stockings, Socks, Ladies’ Undercloth- ing, Jerseys, Jersey Suits, Tam-o’-Shanters, Skirts, Tidies, Sofa Rugs, Shawls, Knee Caps, Gaiters, Gloves, Caps, and all kinds of hand- knitted Fancy Work.
  • 173 William Stirling k Sons, Glasgow, Dalquhurn, and Cordale Works, Benton, Dumbartonshire. Turkey-red Twills, Cambrics, Shirtings, Mulls, Doriahs, Dimities, Velvets, Lace Curtains, Printed Bed Quilts, Printed Garments, Indian Dresses, Malay Sarongs, Handkerchiefs, Printed Velvets. Cloth in various stages of preparation for Turkey-red. Turkey-red Yarns. Scarlet, Rose, Pink, and Purple Yarns. Yarn in various stages of preparation for Turkey-red.
  • 174 J. W. Singer k Sons, Art Metal Works, Froine, Somerset. Art Metal Work, in silver, brass, and iron, for ecclesiastical and domestic purposes.
  • 175 T. C. Brown-Westhead, Moore, k Co., Cauldon-place, Staffordshire Potteries. China and Fine Art Pottery.
  • 17G Joseph Rodgers and Sons, Limited, 6 , Norfolk-street, Sheffield. Table Cutlery and Cases. Silver-mounted Carvers. Pocket, Pen, Sporting, and Pruning Knives. Scissors. Cases of Scissors and Ladies’ Work Cases. Razors. Cases of Razors and Strops. Daggers, Hunting, and Sheath Knives, Ac. Electro-plated and Silver Fish Knives and Carvers. Dessert Knives and Spoons, Forks and Spoons. Tea and Coffee Services, Trays, Ac., and Electro-plate in every branch of the trade.
  • 177 The Glass Decoration Co., Limited, 82, Hatton Garden, London, E.C. Process of Gilding by Precipitation of Pure Gold on Glass for friezes, walls, dados, ceilings, facias, mirrors, screens, and other decorative purposes, embellished with a permanent process of under- surface painting. Specimens of Patented Frost and Fern Work. Crystalline Glass, plain, gilded, and silvered for commercial and domestic uses.
  • 178 William Merchant and Sons, 43, Piccadilly, Manchester. Straw Plaits, Hats, Bonnets, Leghorns, &c. Ladies’ Felt Hats> Ostrich and Fancy Feathers, itc.
  • 179 Dr. Salviati and Co., 213, Eegent-street, London. Venetian Enamel Mosaic for exterior and interior permanent decoration, and Venetian Blown Glass for table and ornamental nse. Chandeliers and Brackets for gas, candles, and electric light. Mirrors, Beads, Stained Glass for windows.
  • 180 Ludwig Moser, Bohemian Glass Manufactory, Carlsbad and Meistersdorf. Finest Bohemian Glass, in crystal and coloured glass. Carlsbad Glass Jewel ware, in enamel and engraved drink services, <tc., &c.
  • 181 Gino Lofiego, 57, Dora Grossa, Turin, Italy. Majolica and Venetian Glass and painting on China.
  • 182 British and Foreign Bible Society; Manchester Auxiliary, Beligious Institute, 100, Corporation-street, Manchester. Tlie Hoi}' Scriptures, in more than one hundred languages and dialects ; used in the Colonies and Dependencies of the British Empire and elsewhere. Translated and printed by the Society.
  • 183 The Ipsen Terra Cotta and Fine Art Pottery (Arup Bros., Managers), Copenhagen and London, 120, New Bond-street, W. Artistic Terra Cotta, Vases, Statuettes and Reliefs.
  • 184 John Bacon and Co., 16, 18, 20, and 22, St. Ann-street, Manchester. Devonshire Lace Workers, showing the process of making Honiton Lace. Collections of Modern Honiton, Flemish, and other Laces. Specimens of Antique Laces. Artistic designs for Fans. Collection of modern Fans. Specimens of old Hand-made Hosiery. Collection of Modern Hosiery. Specimens showing designs and improvements in Gloves.
  • 185 James and John M. Worrall, Ordsall Dye Works, Salford. Samples of Bleached, Dyed, and Printed Cotton Velvets, Velveteens, Cords, Moleskins, Plush, Twills, Silk Velvet, and Silk Plush.
  • 188 Horrockses, Miller, and Co., Preston, Lancashire. Model of Factories
  • 189 The Worcester Royal Porcelain Co., Limited, The Royal Porcelain Works, Worcester. Vases, Ewers, Busts, Figures, Statuettes, &c.
  • 190 Manchester Ship Canal Co., Deansgate, Mancliester. Model representing the Course of the Manchester Shi]) Canal, and the adjoining country, on a scale of one foot to the mile. The Canal commences at Eastham, near Liverpool, passing along the Cheshire side of the Mersey Estuary to Ellesmere Port, the Docks at Weston Point and Runcorn, and thence to Warrington and Manchester, where large docks will be constructed. The Canal will be of the same depth as the Suez Canal, but much wider, so as to allow two of the largest class of steamers to pass at any part of the Canal. The Canal will be 35 miles in length, and, near Manchester, will take in the whole of the waters of the rivers Irwell and Mersey.
  • 191 Royal National Lifeboat Institution, 14, John- street, London ; Manchester branch, 9, Albert Square. Models and Drawings of Lifeboats and Specimens of Cork Lifebelts. Model of Safety Fishing Boat, introduced by the Royal National Lifeboat Institution. Specimens of the Liquid Boat Compass, as used in the Lifeboats of the Institution. One of the Models represents a Self- righting Lifeboat, 37ft. by 8ft., fitted with Water Ballast. This con- sists of a series of tanks amidships, which can be filled with water or emptied at will in the space of one minute. The object is to increase tlie ballast and immersion of the boat, and consequently her draught of water and stability, when circumstances admit of so doing without materially increasing her fixed w'eight for land carriage or her draught of water when launching or in very shallow water. The water is kept as nearly amidships as possible in the boat, and the tanks are separate, so that one or more may be filled as the case may require. There is also a Model of a Self-righting Lifeboat, 39ft. by 9ft., fitted with a Sliding Keel, which materially increases her stability and Weatherly qualities whilst in deep water without sacrificing the fiat floor and light draught so necessary when in shallow water. The sliding keel can either be lowered to its full extent at both ends, or it can be triced up at either end or put in any desired position. [N.B. see also the Lifeboat and Carriage, Stand 684, in the grounds east of ]\Iachinery Annexe.]
  • 192 John Crook and Sons, Pleasure Boat Inn, Ribble Side, Preston. Double Sculling Skiff, built of cedar, with gratings fore and aft ; Brampton’s patent rudder hangings, complete, with oars, skulls, boathook, &c. Double Fowling Punt, with centre board, with all fittings complete, including Holland’s breechloading swivel gun. Model Double Fowling Punt, scale 3 inches to the foot.
  • 193 Inman and International Steamship Co., Limited (Richardson, Spence, and Co), Tower Buildings, Water- street, Liverpool. A Model in case of the R.M.S. City of Chicago.
  • 194 The Manx Line, The Isle of Man, Liverpool, and Manchester Steamship Co., Limited, 3a, Brunswick- street, Liverpool, and Douglas, Isle of Man. Model of The Manx Line Steamship Queen Victoria, built by William Pearce, Fairfield Works, Glasgow. Speed, 21 knots. Dimensions: Length, 330ft. ; breadth, 40ft.; depth, 16ft. Engines, I.H.P. 6,500.
  • 195 Cayzer, Irvine, k Co., 109, Hope-street, Glasgow; 40, Chapel-street, Liverpool ; Leadenhall Buildings, London ; 4, Albert Square, Manchester. Model of Vessel, Clan Macarthur. Material, steel. Description, schooner; tonnage, 3,984; dimensions in feet, length 381, breadth 43, depth 27; I.H.P., 2,376 ; engines inverted direct- acting compound cylinders, 48in. and 86in ; stroke, 60in ; boilers, 2; furnaces, 1 2 corrugated ; builders and designers, Scott and Co.; year when built, 1883; owners, exhibitors; trade, Indian.
  • 195a Hughes k Young, 75, Thomas-street, Manchester. State Umbrella for Alikaleh Dow^dah, King of the Moriah Country, West Coast of Africa.
  • 195b Doulton k Co., 17, Deansgate, Manchester. Glazed Terra Cotta Fountain.
  • 195c Eichard Johnson, Clapham and Morris, 24 and 26 Lever- street, Manchester. Wire Lathing Cottage, constructed wdth fireproof wire lathing, and iron and ware fireproof cavity partition Avails. Paper Machine Wires ; Dandy Roll, Backing AVire, and AVasher AA'ire, for paper manufacturers. Trophy of Brass, Copper, Steel, and Lead AAdre Cloth,
  • 10 to 120 mesh per scpiare inch, for \a\rious purposes. Trophy of Iron, Steel, and Copper Alachine AA’^ovcii AA^ire, for mines, maltkilns, &c. Flattened Steel AA’^ire Cloth for mines, maltkilns, Ac. Trophy of AA’^ire Sash, Clock and Picture Cords. Trophy of Brass, Tin, Black and Fancy Boot Lace, and other Tags. Alodels of Flat and Revolving AVire Colliery Screens. Miners’ Safety Lamps, Deflector, Mueseler, Johnson’s, Improved Marsaut, and other patterns. Electric Miner’s Lamp, IIoAvat’s patent. Patent Lamp Trimmer’s Friend, and Lamp Table. Aliner’s Shovel and BaiTOAv Trundle, found in some ancient Avorkings for coal near Great Harwood. Two Phosphor Bronze Pro- pellers for Launch and Torpedo Boat. Finished Propeller Bolt. Mill Bearing and Slide A^alve, both Avorn. One Pump Rod, finished. Phosphor Bronze Ingots, part polished to show colour. Phosphor Bronze Tubes, Rods, Shoots, Ac. Steam Fittings, and other finished specimens of Phosphor Bronze AAdrc Rope, Patent Silicium Bronze Telephone and Telegraph AVire.
  • 196 John Mallabone, 29, Leonard-street, Finsbury, London, E.C. Adjustable Folding Chair. Box Ottoman Settee.
  • 197 J. Harrington and Co., Cradle Spring and Tube Cbime Works, Coventry. Cradle Springs for Chairs and Carriages. Tube Chimes for Village Churches, Public Buildings, Clocks, Domestic Gongs, Electric Calls, &c.
  • 198 C. J. Mudie, 9, Mount Pleasant, Liverpool; 17, Picca- dilly, Manchester. Ostrich Feathers. Aigrettes. Fans. Mantures and Garnitures.
  • 199 Percival, Vickers, and Co., Limited, Jersey-street, Manchester. Vases, Engraved Bottles, Ac. Sets of Cut Table Glass, as vines, tumblers, basins, dishes, compotes, decanters, claret jugs, water jugs, flower stands, sugars, celeries, and other useful and artistic articles ; also Press Glass of like nature.
  • 200 Stevens and Williams, Brierley Hill Glass Works, near Stourbridge. A Collection of Art Glass Ware, comprising cameo glass, gold decorated glass, rock crystal, cut and engraved glass, and specimens of advanced glass making in colours, Ac.
  • 201 Association of Carlsbad Glass Manufacturers, Carlsbad, Bohemia. Bohemian Glass, speciality of New Persian Decoration.
  • 202 Erlaucht Graf von Harrach’sche Glasfabrik (Count Harrach’s Glassworks), Neuwelt, Bohemia, Austria. Flint, Crystal, engraved Coloured Bohemian and Venetian Glassware, in Table, Ornamental Gas, Kerosene and Electric Goods, Paintings on Glass and China.
  • 203 Procter and Co., 428, Oxford-street, London, W. Indian Gold, Gem, Enamelled and Silver Jewellery. Carved Furniture, Carpets and Rugs, Silk and Cotton Hangings, Gold and I Embroidered Hangings, Table Covers, Ac., Mirror Foulcarries, Arms, Metal Work, Gold and Steel, Silver and Copper, Silver and Iron, Carved and Inlaid Boxes, Decorative Pottery, Carved Ivories.
  • 204 Kensington School of Art Embroidery, High-street, Kensington, London, W., and Belgrave Mansions, London, S.W. Assortment of Ecclesiastical and Domestic Needlework, Rugs, Ac., made by the Patent Home Carpet, Rug, and Mat Machine.
  • 205 John and Richard Sheldon, Leek, Statfordshire. Silk and Mohair Braids for Military, Gentlemen’s, and Ladies’ Wear.
  • 206 Anthony Ward k Co., Albion Mills, Leek, Staffordshire. Braids of Mohair and Silk Mixed with Mohair, suitable for Mili- tary, Clothiers, Clothing Manufacturers, Ac. Laces of Silk, Mohair, and Cotton.
  • 207 Richard John Turk, Thames Side, Kingston-on-Thames. Canadian Canoe, our own build, in cedar, with American elm timbers, paddles, plush cushions, Ac.
  • 208 The Lancashire Felt Co., Limited, Denton, near Manchester Australian Sheep’s Wool in the Grease. Australian Sheep’s Wool AVashed. Australian Sheep’s AVool AA^ashed and Carded. Felts made from same for hatting purposes. English Rabbit Fur and Felts made from same for hatting purposes, Ac.
  • 200 John Cheetham k Sons, Kingston Hat Works, Hyde, near Manchester. Felt Hats for home and exportation.
  • 210 Nathaniel Jacobson, Clarence Hat Works, Dutton- street, Cheetham, Manchester. Tweed Hats, Caps, and Helmets. Historical Sketches of Head Coverings from before the Roman Conquest down to early part of Nineteenth Century.
  • 211 Samuel Mills, Yauxhall Hat Works, Rochdale-road, Manchester. Silk Hats, Pullovers, Felts, Merinoes, Helmets, Hunting Caps, Opera Hats, Liveries, and Storm Hats.
  • 212 Titancrete Company, 8, Deansgate, Manchester, Fire-proof Flooring for mills, Ac. Columns for mills. Girder, Shutter-Steps. Props for Collieries. Doors for mills, warehouses, Ac. Tanks and Baths for domestic purposes.
  • 213 VvE. Mercier Leclerc, 19, Rue de Berulle St. Maude, Paris. Needles and Needle Cases.
  • 214 Thomas Briggs, 21, Mavor-street, Manchester; factories, * 2 and 4, Southgate-road, London, N. ; Richmond Hill Works, Salford ; Springfield Works, Salford ; Globe Twine Mills, Leeds; Barrow Flax and Jute Works, Barrow-in-F urness. Jute Yarns and Jute Fabrics. Hemp and Jute Twines and Cords. AA aterjiroof Fabrics, for lining bales and cases of goods for shipment.
  • 215 Hanson, Scott, and Co., Croft Flax Mills and Rope AVorks, Stockport. Cotton Driving Belts and Mill Bandings. Ropes, Cordage, Twines. Grey, White, and Coloured Cotton.
  • 216 Post Office.
  • 216a Her Majesty’s Postmaster-General. Telegraphic Apparatus used by the various Telegraph Com- panies prior to the acquisition of the telegraphs by the Government in 1870. Also the modern apparatus now in general use by the post office, and specimens of Submarine Cables.
  • 217 Lancashire AND Cheshire Telephonic Exchange Co., Limited. Public Telephone Call Office and Switeh-room.
  • 218 John Heywood, Deansgate and Ridgefield, Manchester.
  • 218a London and County Photographic Company, 63, St. Paul’s Churchyard, London. Photographs.
  • 219 George Faulkner Armitage, Stamford House, Altrincham. An Entrance Hall furnished in carved oak, with a staircase. A Living-room in dark mahogany, with wall panelling and a modelled frieze decorated, rich silk curtains, wrought silver electric-light fittings. Sitting-room on first floor. A balcony furnished with antiquities and curiosities.
  • 220 Neville Clegg, Oldfield Brow, Altrincham. Type of ordinary Artisan’s Living Room, Bedroom, and Parlour, suitable for persons of limited means, from designs by Mr. G. F. Armitage, of Altrincham. The Furniture made by A. W. Simpson, Kendal ; the Kitchen Range and Utensils, by J. M. Leigh and Sons, Deansgate, Manchester ; Kitchen Floor, laid by W m. Clapham, Bramhall Park, Stockport; Kitchen Sink, to permit of washing clothes, by Doultoii and Co., Lambeth ; Parlour Stove, by ditto. Precious Stones, Agates and Minerals. This collection is believed to contain the natural crystals and cut and facetted specimens of every known precious stone. It also contains a large number of Official Catalogue and Guides.
  • 221 S. Learoyd, Huddersfield.
  • 222 H. Scott Richmond and Co., 30 and 31, Paternoster Square, and 13, Rose-street, London, E.C. ; 127, Fifth Avenue, New York ; Temple Court, Collins-st. West, Melbourne ; 1747, Notre Dame-st., Montreal, Canada. Wall Papers, Silks, Brocatelles, Brocades, Printed Stufis, Muslin®, Velvets, and other fabrics for house-furnishing and decoration.
  • 223 Storey Bros. and Co., White Cross Mill, Lancaster. Tectorium. A sanitary and washable wall decoration in oil colours upon cloth. Queen’s Leather. A new waterproof and grease- proof imitation of leather, and substitute for rubber cloth, for the upholstery, bookbinding, and shoe trades, and for other purposes. Anaglypta. A modelled decorative fabric in solid and semi-solid relief, for wall, ceiling, and other decorative purposes.
  • 224 Joseph Hunter k Co., 20, 16, and 12, St. Mary’s Parsonage, Manchester. Library, Study, and Office Furniture, Secretaire Bookcases, Registered and Cylinder Writing Tables, Cabinet Washstands, Ac. English, American, and Austrian Chairs. Two (hand-worked) Needlework Screens.
  • 225 Century Guild of Artists. Mackmurdo and Horne, architects, 28, Southampton-street, W.C., London ; Goodall k Co., agents and manufacturers, 15, King- street, Manchester. Drawing Room, including Furniture, Sculpture, Painting, Carpets, and Fabrics, designed by the Century Guild of Artists, and executed by its Agents, Messrs. Goodall A Co., 15, King-street, Manchester.
  • 226 E. Good ALL and Co., 15, King-street, Manchester. Suite of F urnished and Decorated Rooms. Oii ground flo(jr : Entrance hall, drawing room, boudoir or writing-room, dining-room. On first floor : Landing ; bedroom, furnished in mahogany. The draperies for this room are designed and executed by the Royal School of Art Needlework, South Kensington. Small bedroom, furnished in Circassian ash. The draperies for this room are also designed and executed by the Royal School of Art Needlework, Soutli Kensington.
  • 227 W. AND J. S. CoLLiNGE, 110, St. Jamcs-strect, Burnley.
  • 229 Charlotte Robinson, 64, King-street, Manchester. Frieze. Corner Sideboard. Overmantel. Draught Screen. Fire Screens. Tuckaway Tables. Newspaper and Music Stands. Photograph Frames, &c.
  • 230 Reuben Bennett, 53, South King-street ; works. East- street, Manchester. London address, 18, Bouverie- street, E.C. Samples of Decorative Modelling of Walls and Ceilings by Handwork, as opposed to embossed surfaces produced by mechanical means. By this hand-work process the wall or ceiling itself is modelled by the artist’s own hand.
  • 231 and 232 J. Davenport and Co., 6, John Dalton-street, Manchester. Artistic and Sanitary Wall Papers and Decorations : — Raised Flocks for painting, Cordelova, Japanese Leather Papers, Highly Embossed English Leather Papers, Ceiling Papers, Staircase Decorations, Nursery Papers by Walter Crane, Room Mouldings, &c.
  • 233 Thonet Brothers, Vienna. Bepresented by Messrs. B. Hembry and Co., 47, Cross-street, Albert Square, Manchester; and 33, North John-street, Liveiq^ool. Austrian Bentwood Furniture.
  • 234 Watson Smith, Lecturer in Chemical Technology in the Victoria University, Manchester. Autograph Manuscript Scores, and Letters of the Classical Musical Composers, more especially of those of the older school.
  • 235 William Mitchell and Son, 265, Stretford-road, Hulme, Manchester. Interior Decorative Painting. New Method of Painting. Special Friezes, and other Hand-painted Decorations.
  • 236 Turner and Co., 36, John Dalton-street, Manchester. Sideboard, English oak, style Italian, 1 6th century, panels carved in high relief, genre grotesque. Mantel and Overmantel (en suite). The mantel fitted with tilting receptacle for coals. Lounge Chairs mounted on cradle springs. Writing Table.
  • 237 Doveston’s, 3 and 4, Albert Square, Manchester. Small House, consisting of four rooms, viz., hall, dining-room, and two bed-rooms, furnished with carpets, draperies, ornaments, Ac., complete, being reproductions of fine inlaid and carved work, prin- cipally in the styles of the 17th and 18th centuries.
  • 238 Arthur H. Lee, German Mill, Derby-sti-eet, Bolton. Curtain Fabrics, Furniture Covering, and Wall Hangings, Tapestry, Damask, Ac.
  • 239 Arthur Brunel Chatwood, Irwell House, Prestwich. Chatwood’s Electro-pneumatic Action for Organs. Illustrated by a Working Model, showing the invention applied to (a) the key action ; (b) the stop action; (c) the action of the swell pedal; (d) the action of the couplers ; (e) a special composition pedal action.
  • 240 Alfred Shepherd, Stradivarius Works, Mill-lane End, Brighouse, Yorkshire. Violins, hand-made. Made from yew tree 1,500 years old.
  • 241 William Hargreaves, 11, Booth-street, Piccadilly, Manchester. Joseph Guarini Violins. Joseph Guarini Viola. Joseph Guarini Violoncello. Quartette by Joseph Guarini. Violin in parts, showing the interior, the bass bar, Ac. J. Guarini Violin Bows.
  • 242 G. A. Chanot, 48, Great Ducie-street, Manchester. Violoncello, copy of a very fine specimen of Stradivarius. Violins, copies of Maggini and Joseph Guarnerius. Samples of Bows, old and new ; all kinds of Strings and Fittings for Violinists. A few Specimens of old Violins and Violin Cases.
  • 243 Edward Crompton, 54, Barton Arcade, Deansgate, Manchester. Violins by George Craske. Models of Straduarius and Guarnerius.
  • 244 Arthur Tilley and Co., 29 and 30, Westfield -road, Surbiton, and 35a, Piccadilly, W. Banjos, in ebonised glass case.
  • 245 George Potter and Co., Aldershot. Patented Invention for Tuning Drums (Timpani aud Gong). Models of Bass, Side, Tenor, and Kettle Drums. Cymbals. A Historic Drum (relic of Waterloo).
  • 246 David Murray, 10, King-street, Manchester. Drawing-room Furniture, Papers, Decorations, &c.
  • 247 Heigh WAY and Son, 19, John Dalton -street, Manchester, and 8, Berners-street, London. Portion of Entrance Hall, showing corner fireplace, oak panelling and decoration, with drapery, carpet, and ornaments. Drawing-room, decorated and furnished, with ceiling and frieze in modelled plaster.
  • 248 Orme and Sons, Blackfriars-street, Manchester. Black Walnut Billiard Table, with richly carved panels. Black Walnut Door, covering recess for Cues, &c. An Oak Mantel and Marking Board combined, fitted with register grate, hearth, and fender. The Marking Board is fitted with ball boxes, mirrors, &c. Cabinet and Marking Board combined, in fumigated oak. Envelope Card Table, in black walnut. Revolving Cue Rack. Billiard Room Chairs. Billiard Room Lounge, upholstered in white horsehair, with fancy pattern w'orked in. Set of Turkey Carpet Surrounds, and other billiard room appointments.
  • 249 George Baker, Sevastopoulo Khan, Constantinople ; London Depot, 19, Ivy-lane, Newgate-street, London. Turkey Carpets, Persian Carpets, Rugs, Ac., in all styles. Cotton and Silk Textile Fabrics from Turkey, Persia, India, and China.
  • 250 Wm. Scott Morton (for the Tynecastle Company), Tyne- castle, Edinburgh ; 14, Bathbone Place, London, W. Tynecastle Canvas for the decoration of walls, ceilings, Ac.
  • 250a J. and H. Patteson, Oxford-street, Manchester. Marble ^Mosaic Adamant, for floors, walls, fire-hearths, ttc. English and Foreign Encaustic and Geometrical Tiles. Roman, Ceramic, and Enamel Mosaics.
  • 251 Jeffrey k Co., 64, Essex-road, London, N. ■Wall Papers (hand and machine ]a’inted). Embossed Leathers and Leather Papers, and Embossed Satins, Decorations for rooms and staircases, including the Royal Jubilee Decoration by F. Vincent Hart ; the AVoodnotes and Golden Age by AValter Crane ; the Elyas by Lewis F. Day ; and the AVestminster by J. D. Sedding. Examples of Papers stamped in low relief. Raised Flocks for painting, and Flocks and Golds. Inexpensiye machine-printed Nursery and Chintz Papers, and Jeffi’e}’ and Co.’s Patent Hygienic AA'all Papers, all free from arsenic.
  • 252 James Lamb, 16, John Dalton-street, Manchester. Furniture and Decoration.
  • 253 The Decorators’ Supply Co. (S. Heighway, proprietor),
  • 105, Deansgate, Manchester. Japanese Leather Embossed AA'all Paper, Lincrusta AA^alton, Miiraline, Duro-Textile, and sundry new embossed materials. Selec- tion of Paperhangings.
  • 254 Kendal Milne and Co., Deansgate, Police-street, and St. Ann-street ; manufactory, Southgate, Manchester
  • 255 Robert Garnett and Sons, works, Penketli ; warerooms, Sankey -street, W arriugton. Bedroom furnishing, combining constructional effect with economy of space. Also dining-room examples, including Ingle Nook Fireplace, applicable to ordinary rooms.
  • 256 F. AND C. OsLER, Broad-street, Birmingham, and 100, Oxford-street, London. Crystal Glass for the table. Ornamental Glass of all kinds. China Services for the table. Decorative China. Chandeliers. Electric Fittings.
  • 257 Morris and Co., 449, Oxford-street, London, W. ; works, Merton Abbey, Surrey ; Manchester agents, Kendal Milne, and Co. Arras Tapestry. Hand-made Carpets. Brussels and Wilton Carpets. Wall Papers. Printed Furniture Cottons. Curtain Materials. Silk Damasks. Cabinet Work. Embroideries.
  • 258 Doulton and Co., London, Burslem, Bowley Begis, St. Helens, Smethwick, Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham, and Paris. Art Exhibits : Specimens of Doulton Ware, Lambeth Faience, Silicon Ware, Chine Ware, and other Art Wares, from the Lambeth Art Pottery. A Large Terra Cotta Panel, b}^ Mr. George Tinworth, entitled “Christ’s Entry into Jerusalem.” • In the Art Section, Large Terra Cotta Panel, by Mr. George Tinworth, entitled “ The Release of Barabbas.” On either side of the Organ, Two Panels, representing “ Music,” painted in Doulton’s new Impasto process. In the Nave, a Tank Fountain, 20 feet diameter, in glazed temi cotta in the Indian style ; the floor of the tank is also of keramic material. A Large Fountain Rim, 20 feet diameter, of hexafoil plan, with pedestals and vases all of glazed terra cotta.
  • 259 The Worcester Boyal Porcelain Co., Limited, The Boyal Porcelain Works, Worcester. Miniature Bust, on pedestal, of Her Majesty the Queen. A variety of Vases, Ewers, and other forms and ornaments in Oriental Renaissance — Indian, Persian, Arabian — in ivory, porcelain, richly decorated with various metals, encrusted golds, and colours. Vases, Tazzas, and Patera, in Italian Renaissance. Vases in ivory porcelain, with painted flowers. Figures and Statuettes, in stained ivories and old ivory. Vases in Cloisonne decorations. Carved Ivory Porcelain. Specimens of China Dinner, Dessert, Tea, and Breakfast Services. Royal Worcester Vitreous Dinner Services, and other useful Wares.
  • 260 Ernest Wahliss, 37, Kaemtner-strasse, Vienna, Austria, and 1 1, St. Andrew’s-street, Holborn Circus, London,E.C.
  • 261 Haviland and Co., GO, Fcaubourg Poissoniere, Paris; works, Limoges. Painted China and Artistic Earthenware Vases and Ornaments.
  • 2G2 Thomas Hayward and Co., Deansgate China Rooms, Manchester. Artistic Pottery, the special productions of Messrs. Doiilton and Co.’s Burslem Works, including Vases, Art Pitchers, in patented Chine decoration ; also artistic Tea, Toilet, Dessert, and Dinner Services. Minton’s productions — Japanesque China Dessert Service. Classical designs in Dinner, Toilet, and Breakfast Services. Vases in pat-sur-pat decoration, by their ceramic artists, Solon and Co.
  • 263 Guiseppe Guetta, Barbarigo s Palace, Venice. Artistic Furniture in carved wood. Artistic Figures. Venetian Mirrors and Glassware.
  • 264 Adolfe Bauer e Antonibere. Bauer, 5, Piazza Fresco- baldi, Florence ; Antonibere, Nove Provincia, Venezia. Artistic Furniture. Artistic China.
  • 265 Boosey and Co., 21)5, Regent-street, London. Orchestral and Military Wind and Percussion Band Instruments.
  • 267 Forsyth Brothers, 122, 124, Deansgate, Manchester;
  • 272a, Regent Circus, Oxford-street, London. Metal-framed Grands and Cottage Pianofortes, by Collard and Collard, London. American Organs by Tlie Dominion Organ Company, Bowmanville, Canada.
  • 269 Neufeld L., Kronen-strasse, Berlin. Boudoir Grand, entire metal frame, repeating action ; over- strung scaling. Upright Grand, cupola metal frame, Louis XIV. case, overstrung scaling. Upright, ebonised and gold case, overstrung scaling. Small Cottage, iron framing in walnut case, overstrung scaling. Music Chair and Stool
  • 270 Pleyel Wolff, and Co., Rue Rochechouart, Paris; London Agency, 170, New Bond-street. Semi-grand Piano, parallel strings, in mahogany and mar- queterie case. Upright Piano, with oblique stringing, mahogany and marqueterie case, style Louis XVI. Patent Transpositeur. Cottage Piano, rosewood case, vertical stringing, style Louis XVI.
  • 271 Watson Smith, Lecturer in Chemical Technology in the Victoria University, Manchester. The last Piano of Beethoven, specially made for him by Conrad Graf, of Vienna {vide Graf’s autograph letter, kindly lent by Messrs. Gebriider Hug, of Zurich). Chopin’s last and favourite Piano, presented to him by Camille Pleyel, of Paris (see inscribed plate on piano, kindly lent by Messrs. Pleyel, Wolff, and Co., of Paris). Autograph, Scores, and Letters, &c., by the Great Masters of Musical Composition, in six frames, Cherubini, Schumann, Chopin, Mendelssohn, Thomas, David, Gounod, Weber, Meyerbeer, Rossini, J. and C. Pleyel, tkc. y also of Boccherini, Haydn, Bach, Berlioz, Spontini, Beethoven, Mozart, and F. Ries.
  • 272 Doulton and Co., 17, Deansgate, Manchester. Glazed Terra Cotta Fountain.
  • 272a Chubb’s Lock and Safe Co., Limited, London and Manchester. Chubb’s Patent Diamond Safe, containing Diamonds exhibited by Messrs. John Hall and Co., of King-street, Manchester, and con- structed of hardened drill-proof steel, with sliding doors and steel cage over the opening. By an ingenious mechanical contrivance the doors are drawn back and the glass case containing the jewels is at the same time moved up so as to be exposed to view outside the safe. This safe and its cage is a precise reproduction of one made by Messrs. Chubb to contain the celebrated Koh-i-noor diamond, which was exhibited by Her Majesty the Queen at the first Great Inter- national Exhibition of 1851.
  • 273 Locke and Son, Mendelssohn House, Strangeways, Man- chester. Semi-cabinet Pianoforte, seven octaves. The Avenham Piano- forte, composite design. Ye Earlye Englishe Pianoforte. Artistic Cased Library Organ. The Empress, an ebonised pianoforte in decorated case. Saloon Model Pianoforte in English oak. The People’s Pianoforte, full trichord, iron frame, check-action, metal pin-plate. Models of auctions, frames, timbers, &c., used in the manufacture of pianofortes.
  • 274 Lachenal and Co., Little James-street, Gray’s Inn-road, London, W.C. English Concertinas, with patent bowing valves. Duet Patent Concertinas, Concertina with pianoforte fingering. Chromatic Anglo- German Concertinas.
  • 275 James Cole, 12, Reade’s Buildings, Peter-street, Man- chester. Violins and Bows. Violas. Violoncellos. Violin Case. Wood for Violins. F
  • 276 Antonio Frilli, 4, Via Dei Fossi, Florence, Tuscany, Italy. Collection of Statuary, in Camara marble, alabaster, p*een marl)le (serpentine), avith pillars in general kind of marbles, and Assortment of Mosaics. SECTION I.
  • 277 Henshaw and Loebell, Limited, 20 and 22, Swan- street, Manchester. The Steinhard (registered) Upright Grand Piano, with all the latest improvements, and of exquisite design. The Steinhard (registered; Cottage Piano, with all the latest improvements and exquisite design. Varied selection of Musical Instruments, of ancient and modern designs ; also, special selection of Fittings for Musical Instruments.
  • 278 Henshaw and Co., 83, Piccadilly, Manchester. Pianos, and a miscellaneous assortment of Musical Instruments and Fittings, brass and string.
  • 279 Tooth and C.'o., Bretby Art Pottery, Woodville, near Burton-on-4'rent. Bretby Ware, an artistic and decorative pottery, consisting of vases, jardinieres, plaques, tazzas, flower-holders, card-trays, tea, coffee, and dessert sets, toilet ware, and many other objects of a useful and ornamental character.
  • 282 Henry G. Stephenson, Barton Arcade, Deansgate and St. Ann’s Square, Manchester. A Selection of China, Glass, and Earthenware, including some very fine porcelain enamels, and a specially-selected assortment of the productions of the Crown Derby Porcelain Co.
  • 283 Robert Mole and Sons, Granville-street, Birmingham. Swords and Claymores of various patterns, for service and presentation. Naval Cutlasses, Lances, Halberds, Foils, ttc. Matchets, as largely used in the cultivation of coftee and sugar, and for other tropical plantation purposes.
  • 284 John Mallett and Son, 36, Milsom -street, Bath. Indian, Chinese, and Japanese Gold and Silver, Jewelled and Bronze Plate Jewellery and Curios. Enamels, Ivories, &c.
  • 285 Peter Hertz, Copenhagen, Denmark. Gold and Silver Manufacturing in modern and ancient fashions. The Oldenborgian Drinking Horn. Copy from the chronological collection from the Danish kings on the castle of Rosenborg.
  • 286 Benton and Johnson, 63, King’s Cross-road, London, W.C. Gold and Silver Wires, Threads, Bullions, Braids, and Cords. Gold Leaf. Gold and Silver Imitation Threads, Wires, Bullions, Fringes, Braids, and Cords.
  • 287 Ollivant and Botsford, 2, Exchange-street, Manchester. Silver Plate, Jewellery, Watches, Chime Clocks.
  • 288 John Hall and Co., 56, King-street, Manchester. English-made Watches and Clocks. Manufactured Silver and Electro-plate. Gem Jewellery, with models of the principal historic diamonds of the world.
  • 289 J. L. Jazowski, International House, 112, Bold-street, Liverpool. Real Amber Jewellery. Meerschaum Pipes and Cigar Holders. Silver Jewellery. Electro-plated Articles. English and Continental Goods.
  • 290 John Mark, 3 and 5, St. Ann’s Square, Manchester.
  • 316 J. Vanner and Sons, 1, Coleman-street, London. Spitalfields Silk for umbrellas
  • 317 Lewis and Allonby, Eegent-street and Conduit-street, London. Reversible Surat. Coloured and Black Dress Silks. Rich Jacquard-loom Brochb Silks. Silk Long Cloth.
  • 318 Tom Bradwell and Co., Dane Mills, Congleton, Cheshire. Sewing Silks for Hand and Machine Use. Knitting, Crewel, Filoselle, and Embroidery Silks. Tailors’ Twists. Bootmakers’ Closing Twists, &c.
  • 319 J. Milligan and Son, Buxton, Derbyshire. Derbyshire Hand-wrought Silk Hosiery.
  • 320 John Had wen and Sons, Kebroyde Mills, near Halifax. Waste Silk in the Raw and Stages of Manufacture. Spun Silk - for Laces. Velvet Plush Hosiery and Mixed Goods. Sewing and Filoselle Silks.
  • 321 Henry Tucker and Co., Castleton Silk Mills, Eochdale ; and Pendleton Silk Mill, Manchester. Waste Silk, and Waste Silk Yarns, and products from same, and products from raw silk.
  • 322 John Mason, Park Green Mill, Macclesfield. English-made Silk Plush Handkerchiefs, Mufflers, Squares, and Sashes.
  • 323 Enrico Meyer and Co., Via Andegari, Milan, Italy. Raw and Thrown Silks.
  • 324 P. Wild and Co., The Forge Mills, Congleton. Spun Silk, Machine Twists, Filoselles, Embroideries, and other Yarns.
  • 325 Clayton Marsdens and Co. Limited, Wellington Mills, Halifax. Waste Silk and Spun Silk Yarns.
  • 326 James Pearsall and Co., 155 and 156, Cheapside, London, E,C. Embroidering Silks and Filoselles, in unfading and washing colours. Knitting Silks. Machine Sewing Silks, for the leather trade and for general purposes. Upholstery Covering and Fringeing Silks. Tussah Silks. Upholstery Satins, in unfading colours.
  • 327 Henry Hogg and Son, Congleton, Cheshire; and John Godwin, Macclesfield. Specially Thrown Organzine. Specially Thrown Tram. Silk Handkerchiefs, Cut-ups, Mufflers.
  • 328 Fkancis Bag ley, Bailey-lane ; J. and T. P. Caldicott,
  • 28, Much Park-street ; J. and J. Cash, Hertford-street ; Dalton, Barton and Co., Earl-street ; F. W. Franklin, Bailey-lane; G. Carey Franklin, Earl-street; George Statham, 25, Much Park-street; Thos. Stevens, Stevengraph Works; and A. S. Tomson, Grey Friars Works. Combined Exhibit of All Silk and Mixed Goods manufactured by the above in Coventry, with the exception of A. S. Tomson, waterer and finisher of all goods shown.
  • 329 William Hammersley and Co., Mill-street, Abbey Green- road ; and Bridge End, Leek, Staffordshire. Dj’^ed Silks (Bombyx Mori) in Tailors’ Twist. Machine Twists, Sewings, Embroideries. Filoselles, Crewels, M’’ashing Colours, Knitting Silks, unfading colours for art and upholstery. Organzines and Trams, weighted and unweighted. Softs and Souples in black and colours, including the noted fast French and Desange blacks, suitable for ribbons, velvets, chenilles, umbrellas, and all weaving purposes. Indian and China Tussahs in dyed, raw, and manufactured state.
  • 330 Kershaw and Swindells, Paradise Mills, Macclesfield ; * 28, Cheapside, London, E.C. Silk Manufactures for neck and pocket wear. Plain and Fancy Chenille.
  • 331 William Chorlton and Co., 29, High-street, Manchester; Silk Mill, Droylsden, near Manchester; Silk Mill, Cheadle, Staffordshire. Black Silk Crapes, various qualities.
  • 332 The Pure Silk Manufacturing Co. of Vicenza, Italy, Stabilimento Serico, Vicenza, Italy. Loom in work, making the silk of the olden time. Show Case at end of loom containing Specimens of the Silk of the Olden Time, in black and colours.
  • 333 Joshua Wardle and Sons, Leek, Staffordshire; dye works. Leek Brook, Churnet, and Henci’oft. Italian and China Organzinc and Tram, dyed in wliites, colours, and black. Sewings, Tailors’ Twist, and Sewing-machine Twist, dyed in whites, colours, black, and raven. Spun Silk, Embroidery, and Sewing-machine Twist, dyed in whites, colours, and black, and raven. Tussur Silk, Raw Orgaiizine, and Tram, bleached and dyed in whites, colours, and black.
  • 334 Thomas Wardle, Leek. Silk Cocoon Reeling. Two Cocoon Reeling Machines at work — a French one exemplifying the two principal methods of reeling employed in the south of France, and an Italian one showing the system of reeling in which the Tavelette Consono is used. The French machine is worked by a French fileuse, or cocoon reeler, from Lyons, who is engaged in reeling Bengal cocoons. The Italian machine is employed in reeling Tussur silk cocoons, and by it is shown the practicability of producing Tussur raw silk in a continuous and even thread.
  • 335 Thomas Wardle, Leek. Series of Specimens illustrating Silk Entomology. A Collection of Preserved Ova, Larvae, Cocoons, and Moths of extreme entomo- logical and sericultural interest and importance. One cabinet . contains all the principal species of Silk-producing Lepidoptera of India, with their Cocoons. Moths from all parts of the world the larvae of which produce silk cocoons.
  • 336 Michael Borg, Silk Lace Manufacturer, 263 and 269, Strada Beale, Yaletta, Malta; and 7, Wool Exchange, Coleman -street, London, E.C. Black and Cream Silk Square Shawls, Scarfs, Fichus, Flounces, Trimmings and Mittens. Cream Silk Handkerchiefs. Collars and Cuffs. Cream and Black Mantillas. Malta Mule Cloth Curtains and Antimacassars.
  • 337 Thomas Fraser Peppe, Arrah, Bengal, India ; agent, Henry Birkbeck, 34, Southampton Buildings, London, W.C. Indian Tussah Silk.
  • 338 CowLisHAw, Nicol, and Co. Limited, 16, Princess-street, Manchester. Upholstering Fabrics, Satin Damasks, Satins, Silk Tapestries, Silk and Wool Tapestries, Silk Brocatelles, Silk and Chenille Tapestries, Curtains and Covers, Silk Brocades, Silk Plush, Cotelines, Silk and Cotton and Silk and Wool Cashmeres, Bouretta Tapestries, Curtains and Covers. Embroidery for Dress and Upholstering Purposes in Silk and Chenille. Duplicate samples of Silk Damask made for Windsor Castle, Marlborough House, and the House of Lords ; and duplicate sample of Embroidered Dress made for Her Majesty the Queen in the year 1839.
  • 339 Briggs and Co., 8, Church-street, Manchester. Transferring Designs for Embroidery. Embroidery Silks from raw state to finished needlework.
  • 340 Leek Embroideky Society; Mrs. Wardle, 54, South Edward-street, Leek, Staffordshire. Suggested Curtain in Tussur Silk and Gold Thread; ground challet. Designed by C. Purdon Clarke, Esq., C.LE. Suggested Curtain in Tussur Silk and Gold Thread ; ground Tussur. Designed by "William Morris, Esq. Suggested Curtain in Tussur Silk and Gold Thread. Copy of Printed Tisser, end of 17th century; ground Tussur. Altar Cloth, Frontal and Super Frontal, worked for All Saint’s, Leek, on Tussur plush, with Tussur embroidery, silk, and gold thread. The Leek Church Carpets, worked by hand on meshes cut in pile (.communicants’ kneelers for All Saints, Leek). A speci- men of the reproduction of the old Tambour work for curtains. Case of small pieces of Embroidery on Tussur Silk, Blotters ; Chair Backs, Work-bags, Handkerchief Cases, Glove Cases, Brackets.
  • 341 J. 0. Nicholson, Macclesfield Embroidery School, and Eurniture Silks Manufacturing Company, Hope Mills, Macclesfield. Thrown Silks. Silk Damasks and Brocades. Furniture Fabrics in spun silk, Tussah silk, and cotton. Dress Silks, plain and broc^ed. Hand Embroideries — Portieres, Curtains, Table Covers, and Borders, upon silks, satins, plushes, and Tussah silks. Bed Coverlets, Table Cloths, Chair Backs, &c., upon cotton, linen, and woollen cloths.
  • 342 Ancient and Modern Silk Eabrics of English Production. Loan collection of silk fabrics of English weaving or manufacture from Elizabethan times to the present.
  • 343 Indian Fabrics. This collection comprises a magnificent series of kinkhabs, kahrita bags, brocades, and embroideries, principally collected by Mr. Wardle during his visit to India in the winter of 1885-6.
  • 344 Royal Institution Collection of Silk Fabrics. Collection comprising ancient patterned stufifs of great interest, chiefly the result of the search of Dr. Bock. They Avere purchased by the Royal Manchester Institution, whose committee have kindly lent them to the Exhibition. They are historically arranged.
  • 345 Coptic Fabrics. Interesting series, beautifully mounted, consisting of ancient specimens of Coptic weaving, chiefly sacerdotal, of the fifth century, lent by C. P. Scott, Esq., honorary secretary to the Executive Committee of this Exhibition.

SECTION II. MACHINERY.

  • 350 W. and E. Rigby, Queen’s Foundry, Blackhorse-street, Bolton. Pair of 12in. Cylinder, 24in. Stroke, Diagonal Reversible Steam Engines. 6-Bowl Calender and Bowls. Cotton Bowl. Long Cotton Bowl. Long Brass Bowl. Three Rigby's Patent Universal Joints.
  • 350a William Bodden and Son, Hargreaves Works, Oldham. Spindles, Flyers, Collars, Wheels, and Footsteps of all kinds for cotton, silk, woollen, and flax spinning and doubling.
  • 350b W. N. Wilkinson and Co., 10, St. John’s-road, Longsight, Manchester. Pulleys covered with patent perforated material, to prevent straps from slipping.
  • 351 The Singer Manufacturing Co.; head office, 34, Union Square, New York; 39, Foster-lane, London, E.C.; 107, Market-street, Manchester. Sewing Machines. Arm Machine with Universal Feed, for patching and general boot work. Automatic Buttonhole Machine. Carpet Sewing Machine. Benches exhibiting method of driving sewing machines by motive power. Drop-feed Machine for cloth work. Wheel-feed Machine for leather work. Automatic Buttonhole Machine. Chain-stitch Machine for manufacturing purposes. Multiple Jacquard Card Machine, for connecting Jacquard cards.
  • 352 Henry Wallwork and Co., Union Bridge Ironworks, Charter-street, Manchester; and City Sewing Machine Works, Manchester. Sturgeon’s Patent Gas Engines. Combination Yarn Testing Machines. Fire Extinguisher with Pump, for mills. Portable Oil Gas Generating Lamps. Samples of Various Malleable and Annealed Castings. Sewing Machines running by power and treadle. Parts and Attachments to Sewing Machines. Samples of Work done upon the sewing machines. Juvenile Tricycle. Lubricator for gas engine and other purposes.
  • 353 George Perkins, 20, Piccadilly, Manchester. One large Double Needle and Shuttle Sewing Machine, especially fitted for sewing heavy cotton and canvas belting. One large Fringing Machine (for power) for fringing Bolton quilts and shawls. Samples of Heavy Belting sewn by machine, finished and unfinished.
  • 354 Hindle, Norton and Co., Ironmonger-lane, Oldham, near Manchester. Dougill Gas Engine. Door Check and Spring for single and double action doors. Friction Hoist.
  • 355 Crossley Brothers., Limited, Otto Gas Engine Works, Openshaw, Manchester. One 14-h.p. Nominal Horizontal Otto Gas Engine, driven by gas made in the Dowson Economic Gas Apparatus exhibited outside, and itself driving one Crompton dynamo.
  • 356 Thomas C. Fawcett, Burmantofts and Old Victoria Foundries, Leeds. Wrought-iron Perforated Bottom Clay Grinding Pan. Semi-Dry and Plastic Brick-making Machines. Duplex Lever Hand-power Brick Press. Steam-power Brick Press. Plastic Brick-making Machine. Weegee or Jigger for Dyers.
  • 357 W. H. Bailey and Co., Hydraulic Engineers, Albion Works, Salford, Manchester. Patent Hydraulic Lift, suitable for a grain warehouse or other purposes. Hydraulic Organ Blower, large and small size. Haag’s Water Motor, suitable as an underground hauling engine (Sir Hussey Vivian’s pattern). Lindermann and Bailey’s Double Cylinder Direct-acting Steam Pump, Victor pattern, for boiler feeding, general marine purposes, for bilge water, hydraulic lifts, &c. This pump can be adjusted to go at any speed from one stroke to 300 double per minute. Cymric Pattern, Fly-wheel, Double-acting Steam Pump. Harlech ditto. Swivel Valve Single-acting Ram Pump, Challenger pattern, Well Pump for power. Haag’s Oscillating Power Engine. Vertical Double-acting Pump with sling and guide. Horizontal Double-acting Pump and Power Engine. Horizontal Double-acting Strap Pump on base plate. Double-acting Steam Pump on iron base plate. Vertical Swivel Valve Steam Ram Pump for boiler feeding, &c.
  • 358 Hick, Hargreaves and Co., Soho Iron Works, Bolton, Lancashire. High-class Steam Engine, with Corliss valves and valve gear; built-up cylinder, with separate liner and steam jacket; high-speed governor and Knowles’ supplementary governor; built-up fly-wheel, grooved with deep grooves for rope transmission, with separate centre boss, arms, and segments. Automatic Barring Engine for turning main engine. Automatic Motion for moving into gear and automatically out of gear when main engine starts. Photographs and Drawings of mill engines, valve gear, &c. Main Driving Lines of Shafting, with Couplings, New Swivel Pedestals, Self-Lubricating and Ordinary Pedestals, Rope Driving Pulleys, Belt Pulleys, &c.
  • 359 Joshua Schofield and Sons, Commercial Mills, Cornbrook, Hulme, Manchester. Finishing Machine for velvets, velveteens, cords, &c. Treble Brush Dressing Machine for velvets, velveteens, and cords.
  • 360 William Dickinson and Sons, Phoenix Ironworks, Blackburn. Loom, Jucker’s patent. Jucker’s Patent Loom, with overpick and underpick combined, and with patent automatic motion for exchanging the shuttle when the weft fails; patent fast reed motion, with loose reed swell and patent clutch driving. This loom is constructed to weave pile fabrics, two pieces face to face, or two pieces of plain cloth, each with proper selvages, or ordinary plain cloth. Loom, 36 in. reed space, for weaving plain calicoes, constructed for light running, at a speed up to 250 picks per minute, fitted with the maker’s patent handkerchief motion for weaving plain borders or checks, putting two or more picks in one shed as required. Loom, 3 Gin. reed space, weaving checks, with three shuttle drop boxes, worked by patent link and chain motion, square bushed stop rod, for weaving heavy cloths in a light running loom. Loom, 36in. reed space, for weaving heavy goods, with three shuttle drop boxes, arranged with card motion, and patent motion for handkerchief weaving. Winding Machine, of 50 spindles, to wind from cops to warpers’ bobbins, and also from coloured hanks, with both heart and mangle wheel motions for shaping the bobbins. Warping Machine, with patent automatic stopping motion, measuring motion, falling rollers for taking up slack yarn, brake, expanding front and back combs. Slasher Sizing Machine, cylinders 84in. and 48in. diameter, 60in. wide, seamless copper size roller, side shaft, with friction motion; patent tension motion, patent double roller press motion, cone drum driving, with disengaging gear; improved dhootie marking motion, &c. Size Mixing Apparatus. Samples of Shuttles, Shuttle Tongues, and other accessories. Bobbins, Pickers, Picking Bands, and general sundries for weaving machinery.
  • 361 Lord Brothers, Canal-street Works, Todmorden. Revolving Flat Carding Engine. Ring Spinning Frame.
  • 362 Harrison, McGregor and Co., Albion Iron Works, Leigh, Lancashire. Self-raking Reaper, with turn-up platform and five automatic or manual controllable rakes or gatherers. Two-horse Combined Mowing and Reaping Machines. Chaff Cutters. Knife and Finger Sharpener.
  • 363 John Tatham, Moss Lane and Milnrow-road Iron Works, Rochdale. Bare Spindle Cop Spinning Frame for cotton, for producing cops exactly like the mule and on the bare spindle. Bare Spindle Cop and Spinning Frame for worsted, for producing cops exactly like worsted cops, but hitherto only spun by means of a mule. Cotton and Cotton Waste Carding Engine. Automatic Self-feeding and Weighing Machine attached to carding engine. Automatic Self-changing Can Coiling Motion.
  • 364 H. Bury, 27, Arcade Chambers, St. Mary’s Gate, Manchester. General Electric Lighting Plant. Telephones. Electrical Sundries. Wrought-iron Split Pulleys.
  • 364a James Warwick, 22, Gratton-street, Oxford-road, Chorlton-on-Medlock. Models of a New Mechanical Motion.
  • 365 The Patent Exhaust Steam Injector Co., Limited, 4, St. Ann’s Square, Manchester. Exhaust Injectors for feeding stationary boilers by means of exhaust steam and for locomotives. Automatic Re-starting Injectors. Automatic Re-starting Injectors specially for locomotives. Throttle Valves. Water Level Indicators. Automatic Railway Wagon Coupling (model). Expansion Low Water Alarm. Sectional Model of Exhaust Injector.
  • 366 William Jessop and Sons, Limited, Brightside Steel Works, Sheffield. Cast-steel Spur Wheel, 16ft. diameter. Cast-steel Crank Shaft, 8 tons. Cast-steel Fly-wheel Shaft, 7 tons. Cast-steel Cylinder Cover, 3 tons. Cast-steel Tram Wheels, with patent fastener. Cast-steel Connecting Rod. Cast-steel Piston Rod. Assortment of Cast-steel Gearing, &c. Assortment of all kinds of Tool Steels. Assortment of Spindle and Mule Steels.
  • 366a Craven Brothers, Limited, Vauxhall Iron Works, Osborne-street, Manchester. Rope-power Travelling Crane, 26ft. span, will lift and travel a safe working load of 20 tons, controlled by a man seated at one end of the girders, where he has a clear view of the lifting hook. The Crane is driven by a small pair of direct-acting coupled engines, fixed at one end of boiler-house, with a rope pulley on engine shaft. The driving rope runs from this pulley the full length of gantry, and gives motion to the crane in travelling or lifting in any part of gantry. The man on the crane can stop and start the engines, so that the rope need not run when the crane is not required. The crane is carried by a gantry 150ft. long, of rolled iron girders supported by cast-iron columns independent of the Exhibition building. The crane was employed lifting the boilers, each weighing 21 tons, and other heavy exhibits, before the opening of the Exhibition, and will be employed for the same purpose after the close.
  • 367 William Allen, Union Brass and Iron Works, Great Ancoats, Manchester. Compound High and Low Pressure Marine Engine, 12in. and 20in. steam cylinders, 16in. stroke, fitted up with propeller and shafts, &c. Steam Donkey Pump for general purposes. Gun-metal Steam, and Hot Water Valves, and Taps and Fittings. Cast-iron Steam Valves.
  • 368 Nightingale Brothers., Paterson, New Jersey, U.S.A. A Machine to Wind Quills for Looms, either silk or cotton. The machine doubles any number of ends together on the empty quills. It has 40 spindles. The quills are wound upright, requiring no former. An Attachment to Looms designed to let off silk from the beam of the loom automatically while in motion.
  • 369 Willan and Mills, Rose Hill Foundry, Blackburn. Loom with Jepson’s Dobby attached.
  • 370 Thomas Stevens, Stevengraph Works, Coventry. Jacquard Loom in motion, for the manufacture of fancy silk goods.
  • 371 Hacking and Co., Lord-street, Bury, Lancashire. Loom with patent shuttle motion, shuttle check motion, and weft selvedge motion. Folding and Measuring Machine, with patent table motion.
  • 372 Devoge and Co., 15a, York-street (first floor), Manchester ; works, 462, Oldham Road. Loom, weaving 30in. cloth at the rate of 180 to 200 picks per minute, fitted with a 400’s Double Lift Double Cylinder Jacquard, which can be altered when required, to weave as a compound Jacquard for cross-border work. 400’s Double Lift Single Cylinder Jacquard, for working at the rate of 160 to 180 picks per minute. 600’s Single Lift Jacquard, with swing batten motion, for weaving about 120 picks per minute. 400’s Single Lift Jacquard, with horizontal or slide motion, for use in sheds with insufficient height for the swing motion. 812’s Fine Gauge Jacquard Machine, for use in lace manufacturing. 1200’s Devoge’s Improved Rising and Falling or Double Shed Jacquard, for weaving heavy goods requiring a deep shed. Samples of Couplings, Lingoes, Mails, &c., requisite for harnessing Jacquard machines.
  • 373 William Crossley, Chapel Works, Wrigley Head, Failsworth, near Manchester. Power Loom, weaving silk handkerchiefs with cross border. Double-lift Jacquard Machine.
  • 374 Wright Shaw, Bank Foundry, Bredbury, near Stockport. Scarf, Handkerchief, and Check Loom. Five Shuttles and Chain Economiser.
  • 375 James Walton and Sons, Haughton Dale Mills, Denton, near Manchester. Card Setting Machine for fillets. Card Setting Machine for flats and sheets. Card Setting by hand, as carried on before the invention of the card setting machine. Samples of the various kind of Cards used in the carding of cotton and other fibrous substances.
  • 376 David Madeley, 3, China-lane, Piccadilly, Manchester. Fustian Loom, weaving patent corduroys. Cord Cutting Machine by steam power. Samples of Finished Goods.
  • 377 Waterside Iron Works Co., Waterside Works, Dukinfield, Cheshire. Cotton Loom for weaving cotton goods of any strength, plain, twills, sateens, and fancies of all kinds. Woollen Loom for weaving worsted and woollen goods of all kinds. Express Roving Frame with fixture, long collars, and swivel attachments.
  • 378 William Ryder, Bee Hive Works, Folds-road, Bolton. Gravity Spinning Spindle, in ring spinning frame of 48 spindles running at high speeds. Gravity Doubling Spindle, in ring doubling frame of 36 spindles for fine and coarse doubling at high speeds. Samples of Fluted Rollers, Plain and Fluted Top Rollers, Slubbing and Roving Spindles and Flyers, Ring Spinning and Doubling Spindles, Mule Spindles, &c. Working Model of Forging Machine, one-third natural size.
  • 379 Ralph Heaton and Sons, The Mint, Birmingham. Cold Wrought Seamless Copper Tubes, Brass and Copper Tubes (plain and ornamental), Rolled Metals, Wire, Gasfittings, Waterfittings, Bedstead Fittings, Spun Work, Stamped Ornaments, Coins, Checks, Medals, Blanks, &c. Coining Press in motion striking medals.
  • 380 J. H. Pickup and Co., Britannia Tin and Copper Works, Clerke-street and Foundry-street, Bury. Large Copper Steam Drying Cylinder, on cavity principle. Copper Rollers. Copper Cylinder. Tin Rollers.
  • 381 Sir Joseph Whitworth and Co., Limited, Openshaw, Manchester. Hollow Propeller Shaft, 55ft. long, 18 Jin. diameter, with a l0in. hole, collar at one end 34in. diameter. Complete Set of Forgings for 68-ton Gun, consisting of tube 26J tons, breech piece 18 tons, B tube 17 tons, 5 hoops 40 tons, and breech screw 23 J cwt; total weight 102 tons. Weldless Steel Boiler Shell, 12ft. diameter by 6ft. 6in. long. Full Size Wood Model of the City of Rome crank shaft. 14in. Air Vessel, to contain the compressed air for the propulsion of the Whitehead torpedo. These vessels are used by the English Government, and are tested to a proof pressure of 1,5001b. per square inch. Length, 5ft. 6in.; thickness, from 25in. to .33in. Ring and Plug, made of mild fluid pressed steel. This ring was heated and shrunk on to the 18in. plug, and when cold the plug was pushed out by a hydraulic pressure of 3,200 tons, thus illustrating the enormous power of shrinkage. Pair of Whitworth Steel Shot Tubes. Longitudinal Section of Hollow Ingot. Wrought-iron Armour Plate, by Sir J. Brown and Co., Sheffield, 18in. thick, perforated by a steel shell fired from the Whitworth 9in. 20-ton breech-loading gun. The Shell, made of Whitworth steel, after perforating the above plate. The above armour plate was placed against a steel hoop 37in. long, filled with hard rammed sand, behind which was placed a steel and oak backing 7in. thick; this was supported by a cast-iron plate 19ft. 6in. long, 5ft. wide, and 14in. deep, held in position by baulks of timber, all well bedded and covered with damp sand. The projectile, after perforating the 18in. of armour, passed through the sand, and then through the steel plate and oak backing, broke up the cast-iron plate, and finally buried itself in the sand at a distance of 17ft. from the face of the target, and at a depth of 4ft. below the cast-iron plate. 70-pounder Shot after being fired. This shot was fired from the deck of the Stork gunboat, at Portsmouth, in Oct. 1858, from a 68-pounder cast-iron gun, rifled hexagonally, and against a wrought plate 4in. thick, attached to the side of the Alfred. The powder charge was 12lb. R.L.G. powder, and the range 450 yards. The shot was driven through the plate and entered the planking of the ship’s side. This was the first instance of penetration against a 4in. armour plate with solid shot, and from it dates the use of steel projectiles for that purpose Self-acting Surfacing, Sliding, and Screw-cutting Foot Lathe. Height of centres 5in., length of bed 5ft., to admit between centres 2ft. 9in. Whitworth Measuring Machine, to measure differences of 100,000th of an inch. Gravity Piece, and Set of Standards, of length from 1in. to 12in., advancing by 1in., in a box. Set Internal and External Standard and Cylindrical Gauges, lin. to 2in., rising by in., in a box. These Gauges, by an order in Council dated August 26th, 1881, were made legal Board of Trade standards, and a complete set from -O1in. to 6in. is deposited in the Standard Department of the Board of Trade. Whitworth Hand Screwing Apparatus. Boxes containing Stocks, Dies, Taper, Master Taps, Wrenches, &c. Pair of Whitworth Hexagonal Surface Plates. These surface plates, besides being supported 3 points, are also suspended from the same points, and remain true when so suspended. Powder Magazine, made of corrugated brass.
  • 383 Curtis, Sons and Co., Phoenix Works, Chapel-street, Ancoats, Manchester. Double Crighton Opener, with two vertical conical beaters, combined to single scutcher and lap machine, with driving apparatus attached, down draft, to make laps for carding engines 40in. on the wire, feed table with horizontal beater, arranged to feed through both, or only through the second beater. Single Scutcher and Lap Machine, with down draft to make laps for carding engines, 40in. on the wire, for hand feeding or for laps, cone regulator and pedal feed motion. Carding Engine, with cylinder 50in. diameter, 40in. on the wire, shell feeder, licker-in 9in. diameter, clothed with steel inserted wire, doffer 24in. diameter, 106 iron flats, l|in. wide, fly doffing comb, calender delivery, and coiler for cans 36in. by 9in. Drawing Frame, three heads, three deliveries, with stationery cloth, loose boss, top rollers for front line, back and front stop motions, stop motion when cans are full, weight relieving motion. Lap Doubling Machine, to make laps 7in. wide for combers, lap part and stop motion for 14 cans. Heilmann’s Combing Machine, with six heads, for laps 7in. wide, cut cams with interchangeable segments for circular combs, and weight relieving motion. Thompson and Barker's Patent Combing Machine, with eight heads, with gearing in the centre, two pairs of nip jaws by which each end passes over the circular combs, with cut cams and interchangeable segments for the circular combs for silk or cotton. Slubbing Frame, 38 spindles, 10in. lift, 18in. staff, long collars, single centrifugal pressers, division plates, loose boss top rollers for front line, with Curtis and Rhodes’s patent winding motion, which is also applied to the intermediate and roving frame; hank indicator. Intermediate Frame, 56 spindles. 8in. lift, 19 in. staff, long collars, single centrifugal pressers, loose boss, top rollers for front line; hank indicator. Roving Frame, 72 spindles. 7in. lift, 20 in. staff, long collars, single centrifugal pressers, loose boss, top rollers for front line; hank indicator. Ring Spinning Frame, 136 spindles, 2 in. gauge, 5in. lift, sliding thread guides for doffing, patent reversible rings, rabbeth and other patent spindles. Patent Self-acting Mule, 360 spindles, 1 in. gauge, spindles 64in. in draw, 2 thread boss rollers, independent drawing-up and backing-off motion, loose boss, top rollers for front row, rollers geared at the headstock, assistant taking-in scroll, scroll band tightening arrangement, self-acting strap relieving and snarling motions, faller shafts working on friction bowls, automatic nosing motion, full cop stopping motion, backing-off chain tightening motion, faller depressing motion, etc. Patent Self-acting Mule, Rhodes’s patent, in which the carriage and roller beam travel to and from each other, 360 spindles, l|in. gauge, 64in. draw, treble boss rollers, loose boss, top rollers to front line, strap relieving motion, anti-snarling motion, etc. Stop-motion Doubling Drum Winding Frame, 26 drums, with Ashworth’s patent for stopping the drum when an end breaks. Thompson and Fitton’s Patent Self-acting Wheel-cutting Machine, to cut wheels from 1in. to 24in. diameter, pitch jjVin. to 1fin.
  • 384 Mather and Platt, Salford Iron Works, Manchester. Calico Printing Machine for printing from 1 to 10 colours upon cloth up to 34in. wide. Driven by the Manchester Dynamo Motor of 20h.p. worked from Mather and Platt’s engines and dynamos in the Electric Lighting Section, at a distance of 100 yards. Patent Electric Calico Singeing Machine to clean the surface of cloth before printing, arranged with platinum bars which can be instantaneously heated by the passage of an electric current. Apparatus for regulating the temperature of the bars. The singeing machine is driven with a 5h.p. Manchester dynamo motor by chain gear. Patent Friction Clutches and Clutch Couplings, perfectly balanced, for running at high speeds, and so arranged that they cannot be thrown into gear by centrifugal force. Working Model of Electric Railway.
  • 385 Shepherd and Ayrton, Gorebrook Iron Works, Longsight, Manchester. Improved 10-spindle Self-acting Spooling Machine, with guide lifting and stopping motions. Patent Doubling or Twisting Machine for putting in twists for one turn of the spindle.
  • 385a The Lee Spinning Co., 2, Charlotte-street, Mosley-street, Manchester. Doubling, Spooling, and Making-up of Sewing Cotton.
  • 386 William Tatham and Co., Vulcan Works, Molesworth-street, Rochdale. One High-class Slubbing Frame, of 36 spindles, fitted with grip spindle rail, and with self-locking loose boss top roller. Carding Engine Bend, for setting rollers and clearers to each other. Samples of Self-locking Loose Boss Top Rollers, &c.
  • 387 Dronsfield Brothers, Atlas Works, Oldham. Grinding Frame for revolving flats. Card Mounting Machine. Roller Calender, leather rollers. Grinders and Grinding Rollers. Splicing Machine. Press, with turntable. Sundry Machines for roller covering. Model of Setting Motion for card rollers. Samples of Emery Filleting.
  • 388 Edward Moser, Engineer, Leeds. Raising Machine, with differential motion and 14 needle-pointed card rollers, to produce with one and the same card a full even nap on any class of light or heavy cotton, woollen, worsted, or mixed cloth.
  • 380 The Bradford Manufacturing Co., 29, Canal-road, Bradford, Yorkshire. Jacquard Loom, weaving a silk handkerchief containing portraits of Her Majesty, the Prince of Wales, and Prince Albert Victor, and pictures representing important events in Her Majesty’s life.
  • 390 Samuel Spencer, Clegg-street, Besses-o’th-Barn, Whitefield, near Manchester. Hank Sizing, Scouring, and Wringing Machine.
  • 391 De Bergue and Co., Limited, Strangeways Iron Works, Manchester. Portable Pueumatic Rivetter (small size), for 1in. rivets, with piece of girder to show mode of application.
  • 392 W. H. Bailey and Co., Albion Works, Salford, Manchester. Cymric Pattern Stationary Steam Fire Engine. Besides being ready for fire purposes, it is used to pump from a sump all the water discharged by hydraulic motors about the Exhibition buildings and return the water to the lake, thus economising the consumption of town’s water. It will force for fire purposes about two tons of water per minute 150ft. high. A collection of Sandringham Hand Fire Pumps. A collection of Fire Brigade Fittings. A collection of Ladders and other Appliances for Fire.
  • 393 Henry Marriott and Co., 23, Portland-street, Manchester; Newbridge Mills, Stockport. Thirty-six inch Power Loom, fitted with patent shuttle guard, and weaving coloured cotton fabrics.
  • 394 Joseph Stubbs, Mill-street, Ancoats, Manchester. Doubling-Winding Frame, drop-wire system, to wind from two or more ends, with self-acting stop-motion. Quick Traverse Winding Frame, drop-wire system, to wind from two or more ends, with self- acting stop-motion. Cotton Gassing Frame. Bobbin Reel for doubler, throstle, or ring-spinning bobbins. The latter fitted with snarl or kink preventors. Cop Reel. Yarn Bundling Press, by hand and power. Piecing Machine for taking knots out of doubled yarn, &c. Automatic Stripper for carding engines.
  • 395 Henry Livesey, Limited, Greenbank Iron Works, Blackburn. Loom, with drop-box and dobby, for weaving all kinds of fancy goods, such as ginghams, checks, Harvards, lenos, brillantes, &c. Loom for weaving all kinds of heavy fabrics, such as domestics, sheetings, velvets, fustians, &c. Samples of Shuttles, Bobbins, Tubes, and Mill Furnishings.
  • 396 Junction Ironworks Co., Limited, Newton Heath. Thomas Ashworth’s Patent Cup Throstle for spinning and doubling.
  • 397 George Moulton, Whitley-street, Rochdale-road, Manchester. Engraving Machinery for Calico Printers. Flat Table Pentagraph Machine to engrave rollers 52in. long and 60in. circumference. Double Elevating Bar Pentagraph Machine, fitted with close set levers, new patent side levers, and slash arms. Mill Engraving Machine, with new canting arrangement and driving gear.
  • 398 John and Edward Wood, Victoria Foundry, Bolton. Corliss Engine, with cylinder 25in. diameter and 5ft. stroke, with Improved Valve Gear. Steam Barring Engine, with Automatic Disengaging Gear. Belt and Rope Pulleys.
  • 399 John and William McNaught, St. George’s Foundry, Rochdale. Machinery for Scouring and Washing Wool. Machinery for Drying Wool.
  • 400 Watson, Laidlaw and Co., Engineers, Dundas-street, Kingston, Glasgow. Weston’s Patent Self-balancing Suspended Hydro-extractor, with centrifugal friction driving pulley for drying textile material. Pivot or underdriven ditto, with high-speed steam engine. Patent Extractor or Centrifugal, with central bottom discharge for drying sugar, chemicals, &c. Patent Self-balancing Cream Separator. Centrifugal Oil Extractor. Hand-power Emulsion Separator for makers of photo-graphic materials. Ditto for laboratory use. Centrifugal Testing Machine for milk, butter, soap, and other substances. Patent Centrifugal and Automatic Friction Driving Pulley. The Kingston Positive Action Pump. Self-oiling Bearings for shafting. Models of Centrifugal Machines. Samples of Chemical and other Substances dried or separated in machines similar to those exhibited.
  • 401 Thomas Broadbent and Sons, Central Iron Works, Huddersfield. 60in. Steam Hydro-extractor, suspended on links, and driven with high-speed direct-acting steam engine, self-contained, and fitted with wire basket for drying textile fabrics. 26in. Self-balancing Hydro-extractor for laundries, underdriven by belt, with perforated tinned copper cage. 48in. Patent Suspended Direct Steam-driven Centrifugal Machine for drying sugar and chemicals. 60in. cage for Hydro-extractor, made of solid copper, and adapted for extracting with acids. Patent Steam Dye-baths, for heating porcelain dye-pots by means of steam.
  • 402 Anglo-American Brush Electric Light Corporation, Limited, 112, Belvedere-road, Lambeth, London, S.E. Brush Vertical Compound Engine, driving E2 Victoria compound-wound dynamo, by means of Raworth’s friction gear. Brush Vertical High-pressure Engine, driving C2 Victoria compound-wound dynamo by means of friction gear. Brush Trunk Engine, driving B2 Victoria compound-wound dynamo direct. Projectors for naval and marine purposes, canal navigation, &c. No. 5L Brush Dynamo, with laminated armature. Armatures for Brush and Victoria dynamos. Ratchet Lamps for 10 and 5 ampere current. Incandescence Lamp Fittings, &c.
  • 403 Edgar C. Mills, 49, Victoria Buildings, Manchester. Automatic Draught Regulator for Heating Apparatus. Boilers.
  • 404 Henry Simon, 20, Mount-street, Manchester. Simon’s Four-roller Mill, with fluted rolls. Four-roller Mill, with one pair smooth and one pair fluted rolls. Three-high Heavy Pattern Roller Mill, with smooth rolls. Three-high Roller Mill, with fluted rolls. Three-high Roller Mill, with smooth rolls. Two- high Roller Mill, with smooth rolls. Middlings Purifier. Gravity Semolina Purifiers, with Brush arrangement. Patent Centrifugal No. I, 3 sheets, with double worm and wiper. Patent Centrifugal No. II., 2 sheets, with single worm and wiper. Complete Set of Elevator Ironwork. Broken-bladed Worm, complete. Patent Wrought-iron Pulleys. Friction Clutch in combination with pulley. Turbine, with slide to regulate the water supply.
  • 404a Arthur Smart and Co., Robert-street Mill, near Victoria Station, Manchester. Bunting. Flags. Lamp and Candle Cottons. Engine Waste. Engine Packings. Cotton Driving Ropes, &c., &c.
  • 405 John Cameron, Oldfield-road Ironworks, Salford, Manchester. 1 in. Double-ended Patent Cam and Lever Punching Machine. 14in. Double-ram Pump, 12in. stroke, two 26in. cylinders. 6in. Quadruple acting Piston Fire Pump, 8in. stroke, with two 12in. cylinders. Quadruple Ram Pump, having two main rams 5in. diameter, and two auxiliary rams 3|in. diameter, 10in. stroke, two 15in, steam cylinders. 4in. Double-ram Horizontal Pump, 8in. stroke, with 8in. cylinder. 5in. Double-acting Piston Pump, 5in. stroke, with 8Jin. cylinder. 5in. Double-ram Box Bedplate Pump, 6in. stroke, two 7in. cylinders. 5in. Double-ram New Patent Pump, 6in. stroke, two 7in. cylinders, 7in. Single-ram Box Bedplate Pump, 6in. stroke. 7in. cylinder. 3in. Single-ram New Patent Pump, 5in. stroke, 5in. cylinder. 2 in. Hydraulic Organ Blower, llin. stroke.
  • 406 Goodbrand and Co., Southall Ironworks, Southall-street, Manchester. Horizontal Steam Engine, 14in. cylinder by 28in. stroke. Horizontal Steam Engine, 3Jin. cylinder by 6in. stroke. Diagonal Steam Engine, two steam cylinders 10in. diam. by 14in. stroke. Diagonal Steam Engine, 6in. cylinder by 12in. stroke. Quadruple-acting Pump, working barrels 10in. diam., two steam cylinders 20in. by 15in, stroke. Quadruple-acting Stationary Fire Pump, working barrels 7in. diam., two steam cylinders 12in. diam. by 9in. stroke. 5in. Double-acting Ram Pump, two steam cylinders 7in. diam. by 6in. stroke. 3in. Single-acting Ram Pump, steam cylinder Gin. diam. by 5in. stroke. Double-acting Excelsior Pump, working barrel 3in. diam, steam cylinder 6in. diam. by 5in. stroke. Anti-Incrustation Pumps, ram |in. diam. by 1|in. stroke. Steam Engine Recorder, patent. Boiler Feed Pumps, with rams 1Jin., 1Jin., 2in., 2 in., and 3in. diam. Ram Pump, 2 in. diam. by 5in. stroke, steam cylinder 5in. diam., to bolt to wall.
  • 407 Lancaster and Tonge, Lancaster Works, Pendleton, Manchester. The Lancaster High-pressure Steam Trap. High-pressure Forcing Steam Trap. Expansion Trap. Spiral Spring Piston, ranging from 52in. down to 4in. 3Oin. Cylinder, with piston. 7in. and 8in. Cylinders, for practically testing the Lancaster Spiral Spring Piston. Patent Piston Block. Kidd’s Patent Automatic Pump, ranging from No. 7 to No. 0. Single and Double Acting Ram Pump (Cameron’s principle), fitted with the Lancaster Piston. Vibration Lubricators. Kidd’s Patent Cylinder Lubricator. 9in. by 16in. Oblique Engine, fitted with variable expansion gear and regulating governor. 9in by 12in. Vertical Engine, fitted with the Lancaster Steam Trap. Brass and Iron Valves and Taps, ranging from 10in. to Jin. Boiler Fittings.
  • 408 Arthur Bates, 31, Dutton-street, New Bridge-street, Manchester. Cesar Corron’s Patent Hank Dyeing Machine. Consists of a light framework, with movable carriages, for the automatic and successive transfer of the rods carrying the hanks from one position to another, and for keeping the hanks all the time rotating. Driven by power.
  • 409 Dunderdale, Wood and Co., Old Corn Exchange, Hanging Ditch, Manchester. Nut-finishing Machine. Faces both sides of nut, bevels and chamfers externally and internally at one operation.
  • 410 Small and Parkes, 27, Exchange Buildings, St. Mary’s Gate, Manchester. Pneumatic Engine Speed and Fan Pressure Recorder, for recording speeds and pressures at a distance; also night watchman’s movements.
  • 411 John J. Royle, 27 and 29, King-street West, Manchester; 13, Red Lion Square, London ; 57, Hope-street, Glasgow. Royle’s Patent Syphonia Steam Trap. Patent Full-way Syphonia Traps. Box Steam Trap. Patent Expansion Steam Trap. Patent Return Steam Trap and Hot Water (212°) Boiler Feeder. Patent Compound Steam Trap, or Eqalising Box. Patent Oleojector, or Engine Lubricator. Patent Steam Kettle. Patent Reducing Valves. Patent Swivel Unions and Bends. Patent Combined Separator Steam Trap, or Steam Dryer. Patent Hydraulic Test Pumps. Assortment of High-class Engineers' Brasswork. Sample Case of Fusible Plugs for Steam Boilers.
  • 412 Thomas Bradford and Co., Crescent Iron Works, Salford; Victoria-street and Deansgate, Manchester ; 130, Bold- street, Liverpool; 140, 141, 142, & 143, High Holborn, London. Steam Laundry Machinery and Appliances. The Crescent Ironing and Finishing Machine. Improved Hydro-Extractor, or Centrifugal Drying Machine for steam power. Model of Bradford’s new Patent Safety Superheated Vapour Disinfecting Apparatus. Model of Public Swimming Baths and Washing House.
  • 412a Joseph Stott, 26, Clegg-street, Oldham. Plans and Perspectives of Cotton Spinning Mills.
  • 413 Tangyes, Limited, Birmingham and Manchester. Exhibits in Motion; Tangyes’ Vertical Engine, 8in. diameter cylinder with dynamo. Horizontal Engine, Belfast type, cylinder 12in. diameter by 24in. stroke, with Jefferiss’ patent automatic expansion gear. Horizontal Engine, Tangye type, cylinder 8in. diameter by 16in. stroke, with Tangye and Johnson’s patent expansion gear. High-Speed Engine, Floyd’s patent, cylinder 4in. diameter. Eight-inch Centrifugal Pumping Engine. Special Direct-acting Steam Pump, steam cylinder 12in. diameter, water cylinder 8in. diameter by 24in. stroke. Colonial Ram Pump, steam cylinders 8in. diameter, rams 4in. diameter. Tangyes’ Gas Hammer, Bobson’s patent, |cwt. size. Three-spindle Lathe. Cherry’s Patent Hydraulic Hoist (Model). 3-ton Overhead Traveller, Cherry’s patent, Exliibits not in motion: Tangyes’ Centrifugal Pumps, 2in. and 12in. diameter. Self-acting Sliding and Screw-cutting Lathe, Pendlebury’s patent. 8in. centres. Wheel Cutting Machine, to cut up to 18in. diameter. 40cwt. D.P. Hoisting Crab, 20cwt. S.P. Hoisting Crab. Assortment of Hydraulic Jacks, Screw Jacks, Hydraulic Bears, Screw Bears, Weston’s Pulley Blocks (with Tangyes’ Patent Guides), Cherry’s Brake Blocks and Rope Blocks. Strainer-plate for paper makers.
  • 414 Arthur Lowcock, Limited, Economiser Works, Shrewsbury, England. Lowcock’s Patent Fuel Economiser (with various forms of inclined bottom box), consisting of 160 heating pipes. Single Boiler Economiser, consisting of 48 solid drawn brass tubes, 2in. diameter and 6ft. long, and 48 colddrawn seamless steel tubes, 2in. diameter and 7ft. long.
  • 415 Union Engineering Co. (C. Schiele and Co.), 2, Clarence Buildings, Booth-street, Manchester. One Colliery Ventilator, with engine and belt. One Ventilator for Buildings. One Air Propeller. Two Blowing Fans. Two Exhausting Fans. One Turbine Water Wheel.
  • 416 Price’s Patent Candle Co., Limited, Belmont Works, Battersea, London, S.W. Candle-making Installation, embracing candle machines and specimens of palmitine, Hearine, and other candles, night lights, toilet soaps, &c.
  • 417 Heenan and Froude, Newton Heath Iron Works, Manchester, and Aston-lane, Aston, Birmingham. Tower Spherical Engine, driving direct Phoenix dynamo machine. Heenan and Fronde’s Patent Steam Fan. Tower Engine, coupled to Capell Patent Fan. Tower Engine, driving Centrifugal Pump. Steam Pump for circulating purposes, &c. Tower Spherical Launch Engine, fitted with reversing gear. Heenan and Fronde’s New Patent Arc Lamps.
  • 418 Bentley and Ford, Portland Chambers, Longton, Staffordshire. Fourteen-inch High-pressure Horizontal Steam Engine, fitted with Bentley and Ford’s Patent Equilibrium Slide Valve, with equilibrium automatic variable cut-off or expansion valve.
  • 419 William Turner, Adelphi-street, Salford, Manchester. Manchester Goods Baling Press, with 18in. cylinder. Several Vertical Single and Double Acting Land and Marine Pumping Engines. Small Horizontal Driving Engine. Patent Automatic Air Injector, for supplying the air vessels of pumping engines with air. Working Model of William Turner’s Patent Compound Steam and Hydraulic Cotton Baling Press. Brass Valves and Fittings and Hydraulic Ram Leathers, in show case. White’s Injector and Jet Pumps, and Bowers’s Separator.
  • 420 Hind and Lund, Atlas Works, Preston. Roller Mill, fitted with two pairs of chilled iron rolls, one pair of which are corrugated for grinding wheat, and the other pair smooth for grinding middlings or semolina. Patent Centrifugal Silk Flour Dressing Machine, 1j sheet long. Combined Patent Semolina Grader and Purifier. Sample Stand of Wrought-iron Worm Conveyors. Sett of Elevators. Sample Stand of Chilled Iron Rolls, corrugated and smooth.
  • 421 Walker Brothers, Pagefield Iron Works, Wigan, Lancashire. Patent Air Compressing Engines. Photographs of Hauling Machinery, to be worked by compressed air and steam; also of Locomotive Machinery in connection with the ventilation of the Mersey and Severn Tunnels. Patent Fans. Schiele Fans. Fisher and Walker’s Patent Friction Clutches.
  • 422 Greenall and Co., 120, Portland-street, Manchester. Steam Washers for Steam Power, with automatic reversing gear.
  • 423 B. and S. Massey, Steam Hammer Works, Openshaw, Manchester. 70cwt. Arch Framed Steam Hammer, with wrought-iron standards. 3cwt. Pneumatic Power Hammer. 3cwt. Improved Rigby Steam Hammer, with wrought-iron sides, 1 cwt. Overhanging SelF acting and Hand-worked Steam Hammer, with slides. |cwt. Steam Hammer for suspending to a beam or girder. 1cwt. Drop Hammer. Band Saw for cutting cold metals. Circular Saw for cutting cold metals. Circular Saw for cutting hot metals.
  • 424 Daniel Adamson and Co., Engineering Works, Dukinfield, near Manchester. Pair of Coupled Compound Horizontal Condensing Engines, with automatic expansion gear fitted with a high-pressure cylinder with rope driving. Patent Testing Machine, to test up to 100 tons. This machine is arranged so that the full floating weight of 161b. will register the maximum load. Observations can be recorded, when the specimen under test stretches 1,500,000 of an inch.
  • 425 Butterworth and Dickinson, Globe Iron Works, Burnley. Calico Loom, patent loose reed. Calico Loom, fast reed. Patent Dobby, double barrel. Patent Dobby, single barrel. Warping jMachine, with patent stop-motion. Warping Machine (falling rod), with patent stop-motion. Winding Machine for cop twist. Cylinder Sizing Machine, with patent friction and patent yarn beam presser.
  • 427 William Birch, Milton-street Iron Works, Broughton-lane, Lower Broughton, Manchester. Scutcher or Cutler for opening fabrics from the twisted or rope form and detaining the twist. Angular Guides for taking crimps and creases out of fabrics and guiding them automatically and centrally. Metallic Squeezer for squeezing fabrics. Conical Differential Expanders or Stretchers for stretching calicoes, &c. Open Soaper for soaping and washing fabrics. Newly-improved Rotary Sewing Machines for sewing piece ends.
  • 428 P. M. Hodgkinson, Springbank File Works, Stalybridge. File Cutting by Hand and by Machinery.
  • 429 The Patent Grinding and Polishing Machine Co., 18, Edmund-street, Birmingham. Grindstones and Troughs, fitted with patent adjustable guides for obtaining true surfaces. Vice and other work holders and specimens of work.
  • 430 Charles Walmsley, Atlas Iron Works, Bury. Three-throw Challenge Fire Pump, with 10in. bucket and plunger pumps, and 14in. steam cylinder.
  • 431 J. Woodrow and Sons, Stockport; 13, Market-street, Manchester; 42, Cornhill, London; 18, Castle-street, Liverpool. The Process of Making Silk Hats. The Process of Making Fine Fur Felt Hats, both hard and soft, by hand and machinery.
  • 432 Goodbrand and Holland, 20, Market Place, Manchester. Testing Machinery for Cotton and other Textiles. Inventions for Cotton Spinners, and other Textile Manufacturers. Engine Recorders.
  • 433 Harling and Todd, Calder Foundry, Burnley. Fancy Loom, with patent 4-shuttle drop box motion and 16-shaft dobby. Looms for jeans, twills, sateens, and velvets.
  • 434 Henry Pease and Co.’s Successors, The Mills, Darlington. Power Loom in operation weaving dress goods. Samples of Cross Warp Serges and Cashmeres.
  • 435 George Keighley, Bankhouse Iron Works, Burnley. Plain High-speed Calico Loom. Strong Calico Loom with twill motion. Sateen and Worsted Loom.
  • 436 Platt Brothers and Co., Limited, Hartford Works, Oldham. Cotton Machinery for Preparing, Spinning, and Weaving, comprising Patent Double Roller Macarthy Cotton Gin, for woolly seeds. Bale Breaker, for breaking up cotton from the bale, and distributing the same to any part of the mixing room. Patent Exhaust Opener and Lap Machine, for 40in. cards. This machine draws its cotton from any part of the room in which it works, or from another room, cleaning the cotton and making it into a lap. Single Scutcher for 40in. cards, with lattice arranged for four laps, and Platt’s Improved Pedal Regulator. Single Card, 40in. on wire, by 50in. diameter, and 89 self-stripping flats l|in. broad, with dish and roller feed. Single Card, 40in. on wire, by 50in. diameter, and 89 self-stripping flats, l|in. broad, with two feed rollers covered with patent inserted wire. Heilmann’s Combing Machine for 8 laps, 10 in. wide, new pattern solid base plate, with cut cam for detaching. Fremantle’s Patent Brush Motion, interchangeable segments for circular combs, coiler and can motion, for cans 36in. by 9in., stop motion for each sliver behind the draw-box, stop motion in coiler cover, stop motion when can is full, making 80 to 95 nips per minute. Drawing Frame, three heads of two deliveries each, with traverse motion, various kinds of top clearers, viz., iron flats, with stationary cloth, Ermen’s patent revolving self-stripping clearer, and iron flats for revolving cloths, loose boss top rollers to front row, also loose bush top rollers, tumbler stop motions at the back, stop motion between the front rollers and calenders, stop motion when cans are full, motion to traverse tumblers, weight relieving motion. The front and second rows of bottom fluted rollers are case-hardened. Slubbing Frame, 30 spindles, lOiu. lift, bobbins 5|in. diametei’, when full, 20 Jin. staff, spindles 36iu. long, Jfiu. diameter, common collars 5Jin. long, double centrifugal presses, dividing plates, locking apparatus to knocking-off motion. Marsh’s patent footsteps, loose boss top rollers to front row. The first and second rows of bottom fluted rollers are case-hardened. Intermediate Frame, 42 spindles,. lOin. lift, bobbins 4|in. diameter when full, 2 6 fin. staff, spindles 3 Gin. by |in.. Mason’s long collars, single centrifugal pressers, loose boss top rollers for the front row, locking apparatus. The first and second rows of bottom fluted rollers are case-hardened. Roving Frame, 60 spindles. Tin. lift, bobbins 3|in. diameter when full, ^bison’s long collars, 20Jin. staff, spindles 30in. by -|in. , single centrifugal pressers, locking apparatus, loose boss top rollers to the front row. The first and second rows of bottom fluted rollers are case-hardened. AVai-p Ring Spinning Frame, 124 spindles, 5in. lift, 2 Jin. distance, IJiu. diameter inside ring, with patent flexible spindle , thread board adjustable for anti-ballooning, rod for caiTyiug doffing tin, patent creel, two tin rollers lOin. diameter, loose boss top rollers to front row. Front row of bottom fluted rollers are case- hardened. Patent Weft Ring Spinning Frame, 140 spindles, 2 Jin. distance, diameter inside the ring, to spin weft cops on bare spindle, or on short or long paper tubes, patent ring and traveller, patent doffing motion, patent creel, thread board to lift with ring rail, two tin rollers lOiu. diameter, loose boss top rollers to front row. Front row of bottom fluted rollers are case-hardened. Self-acting Cotton Mule, 132 spindles, Ifin. distance, ITin. spindles, 64in. stretch, speciallj" adapted for medium counts, all three lines of bottom fluted rollers are case-hardened, loose boss top rollers to front row, Avith traA'elling scavengers, patent rope tightening apparatus to rope taking in, scroll band tightening frame, patent clip for fastening scroll bands, click locking motion, patent automatic nosing motion, backing-off chain tightening motion. Palmer’s patent step covei’s on left-hand side, and Travis’s patent cover on right side, double earners at the headstock, three-gi’ooA'ed rim band aiTangement, casehardened tin roller arbors IJin. diameter, Blamire’s patent plate bolsters. Cop Reel for 10 hanks. Plain Calico Loom, 42in. reed space, overpick, iron yarn and back rollers, weft stop motion, positive taking-up motion, CoAvburn and Peck’s patent positive easing motion, self- acting double-capped temples, Singleton’s patent loose reed, chain weighting for yarn beam. Fustian or Velvet Loom, 56in. reed space, iron back roller and wood yarn roller, weft stop motion, worm taking-up motion, patent temples, Clegg’s picking motion, chain weighting for yarn beam, Nuttall’s patent oscillating tappits, 10 shafts, Shiers and Wright’s patent system of driving oscillating tappits, patent governing chain, which enables a long pattern to be woven with a short bowl chain. Worsted Machinery for Combing, Drawing, Roving, Spinning, and Weaving, comprising Screw Gill Lap Machine, one head of one delivery, to make laps for Little and Eastwood’s Circular Wool-combing Machine. Little and Eastwood’s Patent Circular AVool Combing Machine, 3ft. Sin. circle, with coiler and can motion, for combing Colonial and South American wool. Screw Gill Balling Machine, one head of two deliveries, to make two balls, for finishing after combing. First Drawing Frame, 4 boxes, 8 porcupines, 4 bobbins, for preparing worsted on the French system. Second Drawing Frame, 4 boxes, 8 porcupines, 4 bobbins, for preparing worsted on the French system. Slubbing Frame, 4 boxes, 8 porcupines, 8 bobbins, for preparing worsted oif the French system. Roving Frame, 4 boxes, 8 porcupines, 8 bobbins, for preparing roving bobbins for the self-acting mule, on the French system. Self-acting Worsted Mule, 110 spindles, ly^^in. distance, 17in. spindle, 63in. stretch, all four lines of bottom-fluted rollers case-hardened, patent rope band tightening apparatus to the rope taking-in, scroll band tightening frame, patent clip for fastening scroll bands, click-locking motion, patent automatic nosing motion, backing-off chain tightening motion (special arrangements are made by which the spindles can be driven either twist or weft way without cutting either the spindle bands or rim band). Palmer’s patent step covers, double carriers at the headstock, four grooved rim band aiTangemeiit, case-hardened tin roller arbors l;|in. diameter, anti- friction bowls for faller shaft, plate bolsters and footsteps on right side, and pipe bolsters and steps on left-hand side. Power Loom to weave fancy woollen and worsted goods. Low pattern, with lathe centre at the bottom of the loom, 96in. reed space, with four shuttle boxes on each side, jacquard for 28 shafts, fitted with ungearing and reversing motions for turning back the loom to the broken weft without moving the shuttles, patent weft stop motion, worm and wheel letting-off motion, balance taking-up motion, single roller temple, wood-legged yarn and cloth beams. Gin. wrought-iron tube back roller, wood shuttles. Machinery for Preparing, Spinning, Doubling, and AA^’eaving AVool, comprising one Single Scribbler, 48in. on wire, with hand-feed, patent covered feed rollers, 2in. diameter ; burr roller, 12in. diameter ; guard roller and dirt box, angle stripper, 4in. diameter ; cylinder, 50in. diameter ; 6 workers, 8in. diameter ; 6 strippers, 2in. diameter; fancy, 12in. diameter; doffer, 30in. diameter ; fly comb, and balling machine. Single Clearer, 48in. on wire, with bank feed, heck or sliver guide, plain feed rollers, 2in. diameter ; taker-in. Gin. diameter ; angle stripper. Sin. diameter ; cylinder, SOin. diameter ; G workers, 8in. diameter ; G strippers, 2in. diameter; fancy, 12in. diameter; doffer, 30in. diameter; fly comb, roping apparatus or side drawing for Scotch feed. Single Carder, 48in. on wdre, wdth Scotch feeder, plain feed rollers, 2in. diameter ; m t«\ker-in, Gin. diameter ; angle stripper, 5in. diameter ; cylinder, 50in. diameter; 6 A\orkers, 8in. diameter; 6 strippers, 2in. diameter; fancy, 12in. diameter ; doffer, 30in. diameter ; Gy comb, and Bolette’s patent steel tape eondenser, with Platt’s patented improvements for 100 good and two waste threads on four bobbins of 25 threads per bobbin. Grinding Machine for 48in. cards, with movable l)earings, adapting it to any less width of card. Self-acting Woollen Mnle, 100 spindles, 2in. distance, 18in. spindle, 72in. to 76Mn. stretch, with patent rope tightening apparatus to rope taking-in, patent nosing motion, double speed and drawback motion, double speed at any part of draw, stop motion, spindle stop motion, plate bolsters for left side and pipe bolsters for right side, ease- liardened tin roller arbors IJin. diameter, coupling spindle in headstock and tin roller shaft in square can be removed witliout removing the rollers. Woollen Doubler, 24 spindles, 4in. distance, 24in. staff, 2|-in. rings, for plain and fancy yarns, including spotting, intermittent, yarn looping, and variable spinning motions.
  • 437 Howard and Bullough, Globe Works, Accrington. Single Beater Scutcher, with adjustable air bars. Revolving Flat Carding Engines, with electrical adjustment of flats to cylinder at speed. Drawing Frame, with electric stop motions. Slubbing and one Intermediate, with electric stop motion. Roving Frame, with new differential motion. Ring Throstle for Twist. Ring Throstle for Weft. Ring Frame for Doubling. Slasher Sizing Machine, 7ft. and 4ft. cylinders of copper.
  • 438 J. S. Fry and Sons, Bristol; and 252, City-road, London. Chocolate and Cocoa. The manufacture of chocolate confectionery illustrated by machinery in motion.
  • 439 James Broughton and Co., Dutton-street Iron Works, Dutton-street. New Bridge-street, Manchester. Three-bowl Lever Friction Calender, with one bottom iron bowl 20in. diameter. Chilled-iron Cylinder Bowl, 13in. diameter, arranged for heating by steam. White Cotton-paper Bowl, 22in. diameter, and 42in. long on working face, driving gear consisting of large spur wheel and pinion, countershaft, expanding cones 36in. diameter. Brown Paper and a Raw Cotton Bowl, partly in the rough and partly finished, illustrating the process of manufacture. Samples of Brown Bowl Paper, White Linen do., and White Cotton do. Samples of Bowl Cotton and Raw Bowl Cotton.
  • 440 Robert Broadbent and Son, Phoenix Iron Works, Stalybridge. Warburton and Broadbent’s Patent Drum Winding Frame, with conical drums on one side and parallel drums on the other side, fitted with Broadbent’s patent lever traverse motion, patent carrier springs, and patent stop-motion. One case of Loose Boss Top Rollers.
  • 442 Crichton and Sons, Castlefield Iron Works, Knot Mill, Manchester. Express Roving Frame (Higgins’s principle) of GO spindles, with patent long collars and patent swivel attachments to rails. Bobbin 7in. by 3-^in.
  • 443 Samuel Brooks, Union Iron Works, West Gorton, Manchester. Automatic Lemaire Feeder, for woollen and worsted cards. Drawing Frame for Cotton, &c., one head of three deliveries; four lines of fluted rollers; 16in. gauge; coiling, can-turning, and Brooks’s patented front and back sliver; back knocking-off, can-filling, and traverse motions; iron flats for stationary cloth, loose boss rollers, weight-relieving motion, &c., complete. Ring Spinning Frame for Weft, containing 68 spindles, 2Jin. gange, 1Jin. rings, 5in. lift, self-contained Union spindles for high speeds, and springs on for holding spindles in position; two tin rollers, 10in. diameter, three lines fluted rollers mounted in inclined stands, all three rows top rollers weighted by saddle, lever, and weight; front line rollers loose boss; two-height creel for single roving; patent thread board lifting motion for instantaneously turning up all the thread boards for doffing; patent knocking-off motion for automatically stopping frame when pirns are full; patent travelling thread guide; revolving clearers, with patent adjustable fixings on one side frame, and patent travelling cone clearer on the other side; rope driving and tension pulleys for driven tin roller; girder rail and angle beam; lifting motion by bowls and chains. Ring Spinning Frame for Warp, containing 60 spindles, 2|in. gauge, l|in. rings, 5 in. lift, self-contained Union spindles for high speeds ; front top rollers weighted by hooks and weights, and second and back row self-weighted ; front row rollers, loose boss ; patent anti-ballooning apparatus ; patent Anger bar and wires for holding- down wharves, ami motion to release all at one time for oiling ; rope driving and tension pulleys for driven tin roller ; girder rails and angle beams ; lever-lifting motion. Ring Doidjling Frame for Sewing- Cottons ; one side arranged on the Scotch system, and one side on the English system, 58 spindles, 2|in, gauge, 2in. rings, 4in. lift ; patent Ferguslie and union spindles for high speeds, and improved springs on for holding spindles in position ; 2Jin. diameter hollow brass bottom rollers, solid top rollers covered with brass, and on Scotch system, rollers working in copper troughs so as to be partially immersed in water, with lifting motion to raise rollers when cleaning the trough, and on English system with trough behind rollers, and motion to lift glass rods out of trough for cleaning; patent tapering motion; two-height porcupine creel; two tin rollers, lOin. diameter; rope driving and tension pulleys for driven tin roller; girder rails, Ac., complete. Ring Doubling Frame, for two or three fold, with patent automatic stop motion for each end, to stop both spindle and delivering roller simultaneously, 52 spindles, 3|in. gauge, 2Jin. rings, 4|in. lift, self- contained spindles, Rabbeth system ; two tin rollers, lOin. i % is diameter, and with rope driving and tension pulleys for driven tin roller; solid bottom rollers, Ifin. diameter, plain polished; solid top roller. Sin. diameter, plain polished ; cop creel, etc., complete. Ring Doubling Frame for Wool, with trap motion, 52 spindles, 3 Jin. gauge, 2Jin. rings, 4Jin. lift, union spindles for high speed, and im- proved springs on for holding spindles in position; two tin rollers, lOin. diameter; vertical trap rollers, covered with leather, 2 Jin. diameter, with special trap spindle, and 4Jin. diameter tin rollers ; porcupine creel for two bobbins to each spindle ; rope driving and tension pulleys for driven tin roller. Hill and Brown’s Patent Winding Frame, to wind yarn on to paper tubes or bobbins without heads, 12 drums ; one side fitted with creel for winding two or more ends on to one parallel spool. Sin. traverse, with patent automatic stop motion to each end, and one side for winding from one end ; parallel and conical spools, 2 in. and 4in. traverse ; creel arranged to wind from cops, bobbins, and hanks. American Standard Spinning and Doubling Travellers, in steel and composition, of the various shapes and sorts used on the Ring system of spinning and doubling. Show Case containing Samples of Bobbins, Single and Double Yarn, Spools, wound on the Hill and Brown Winding Frame, Crochet and Sewing Cotton Balls, made on the Ferguslie Balling Machine, various sizes of Rings, assorted Spindles, patented and otherwise. Loom Temples, Wrap Reel, double traverse. Yarn Quadrant, Improved Hygrometer, Hank Indicatoi-s, Oil • Measures and Pumps, Spindle Speed Indicators, Samples of Round Top Clearers and Walkers’ Patent Fixings, Fluted Rollers for drawing and spinning frames Brass Covered Rollers for doubling frames. Patent Ante-Ballooning Apparatus, general accessories, &c.
  • 444 Samuel Walker, Eagle and Atlas Works, Radcliffe, near Manchester. Single Carding Engine 40in. on the wire; cylinder, 48in. diameter; doffer, 26in.; 6 rollers 6in. diameter, 5 clearers 3Jin. diameter; 2 dirt rollers 8Jin. diameter, licker-in, 9in. diameter; fancy roller, 9in. diameter, to work underneath the cylinder, adjustable mote knife, self-lubricating combstock drawbox, with 2 lines of rollers, coiler for cans 36in. by 10in., dish-feeder with 2Jin. rollers, and solid baywood covers. Drawing frame: Head with 4 deliveries and 4 lines of rollers, gauge of frame 14|in., with coilers for cans 3Gin. by 9in., with all stopping motions for back and front, and also for stopping the frame when the cans are full. Cast-iron top clearers with loose wood linings, loose boss top rollers for the front line. Roving frame with 56 spindles, bobbins 7in. by 3Jin., with Mason’s collars, gauge, 8 spindles in 20Jin., spindles 33Jin. by yjin., Bodden’s single centrifugal pressers to flyers, loose boss rollers to the front top line. Ring, Frame with 72 spindles Gin. lift and 2|in. gauge, rings Ijin. diameter, Bodden’s self-oiling rabbeth spindles, 2 tin rollers 10in. diameter, revolving top and under-clearers with improved bearings.
  • 445 John Musgrave and Sons, Limited, Globe Iron Works, Bolton. Horizontal Compound Steam Engine, 4ft. stroke high-pressure cylinder 21in. diameter, low-pressure cylinder 37in. diameter, fitted with Musgrave’s patent traversing Corliss valves, automatic slip motion and quick speed governor, fly rope drum 20ft. diameter, grooved for fifteen IJin. ropes, Whitworth hollow compressed fluid steel crank shaft and crank pin. The engine is prepared for the application of condensing apparatus. Taming or Barring Engines, with Musgrave’s patent automatic safety apparatus.
  • 446 John Greenhalgh and Sons, Vulcan Iron Works, Oldham. Patent Self-acting Flake and Delivery Willow for cleaning cotton waste, &c. Patent Self-acting Rope-opening Machine, with cutter attached.
  • 447 Fawcett, Preston and Co., Phoenix Foundry, 17, York-street, Liverpool. Copper Vacuum Pan and Vertical Vacuum Engine, for evaporating or concentrating liquids at low temperature.
  • 448 John Horrocks and Son, Parker-street Mill, Ashley-lane, Manchester. Patent Stop-motion Doubling Winding Machine.
  • 449 William Crosland, New-street, Miles Platting, Manchester. Patent Advance Self-clamp Paper Cutting Machine. Corner-Thumb-hole, and Universal Cutting Machine. Roller Scoring Machine. Millboard and Pasteboard Cutting Machine.
  • 449a James Saville and Sons, Adelphi Bowl Works, Blackburn-street, Adelphi, Salford. Cotton and Paper Bowls, Brass and Chilled Iron Bowls, Paper Friction Pulley, Pot Eyes.
  • 450 Joseph Armytage Wade, Hornsea, near Hull. A Helical Centrifugal Pump. By the addition of a powerful screw filling a cylinder, which conveys water from the tail pipe to one or both sides of a centrifugal disc, very superior results are obtained in the depth below the shaft from which water may be drawn-this has under favourable circumstances reached 32ft. 8in. and consequently in the output of the water. An Eccentric Grip to a lever, holding firmly without the aid of a screw or of notches, and avoiding both danger and noise.
  • 450a The Allen Machine Co., Limited, Victory Works, Halifax, England. Gumming Machines. Gumolene. Specimens of Electro Bronzing and Nickel Plating.
  • 450b The Patent Heald and Eyelett Machine Co., Wm. Bateman, Secretary, 63, Church-street, Manchester. This Exhibit is worked by John Heywood, Official Printer and Bookbinder. Machine for Folding and Eyeletting Labels for luggage and other purposes.
  • 451 W. C. Horne, 6, Dowgate-hill, Cannon-street,London, E.C. This Exhibit is worked by John Heywood, Official Printer and Bookbinder. Martini Patent Folding Machine. Smyth Patent Book-sewing Machine. Harper Patent Wire-stitching Machine. Horne’s Patent Rolling and Wrappering Machine for newspapers and journals. Gathering Machine for sections of books. Archer Patent Paper Feeding Machine. Pepe Cold Process Matrice Drying Machine. Patent Luminous Cards, Balmain’s patent for printing-machine work
  • 452 Augustus Brehmer, 33 and 35, Moor-lane, London, E.C. This Exliibit is worked by John Heywood, Official Printer and Bookbinder. Machines for sewing and stitching books and pamphlets with wire or thread.
  • 453 John Galloway, 14, Charlotte-street, Manchester. Model of Pole Press. Model of Munich Lever Press. Model of Star Cylinder Press. 16in. Modern Lithographic Press. Double Crown Lithographic Machine. Ink Slab, Stones, and sundries.
  • 454 Furnival and Co., Reddish Ironworks, Reddish, near Stockport. This Exhibit is worked by John Heywood, Official Printer and Bookbinder. Double Royal Wharfedale Printing Machine, with Flyers, for jobbing and fine bookwork. Half-Demy Wharfedale Printing Machine, with Flyers, specially built to run at a high speed. Quad-Crown Lithographic Printing Machine, for fine chromos and oleographs. Self-clamp Guillotine Cutting Machine. Foolscap-Folio Caxton Platen Printing Machine.
  • 455 The Model Printing Press Co., 3, Ludgate Circus Buildings, London, E.C. Treadle and Hand-lever Printing Machines. Guillotine Paper Cutters. Little Giant and Model Brass Rule and Lead Cutters. Rotary Mitreing Machines. Wire Binders and Stitching Machines. Patent Twin Quoins. Gauge, or Laying-on Pins. Printing Materials.
  • 456 Taylor, Garnett and Co., Manchester Guardian Office, 3, Cross-street, Manchester. Buxton, Braithwaite, & Smith’s Patent Single-cylinder (Wharfedale) Perfecting Machines, and Buxton, Braithwaite, & Smith’s Guardian Patent Duplex Fast Folding Machines.
  • 456a James Salmon, Blackfriars Bridge, Manchester, and 60, Friday-street, Cheapside, London, E.C. 48in. Victory Patent Self-Clamp Guillotine Cutting Machine. Four-Crown Guardian Duplex Folding Machines, Buxton, Braithwaite, and Smith’s Patent. Double-Demy Patent Wharfedale, fitted with Mark Smith’s Patent Taking-off Apparatus. Demy Patent Wharfedale, fitted with Salmon, Smith, and Co.’s Patent Taking-off Apparatus. Crown Folio Mitre Platen Alachine. Salmon’s Improved Treadle Disc Paging Machine. Salmon’s Improved Treadle Lightning Paging Machine. Hand Lever Paging Machine. Salmon’s 30in. Treadle Perforating Machine. 10in. Hand Lever Perforating Machine. Patent Automatic Wire Stitching Machine for Books. Hand Lever Wire Stitching Machine for Books. Hand Lever Automatic Wiring Stapling Press for Books. Patent Lightning Box Wiring Machine. Box Makers’ Cornering Machine. Rotary Treadle Scoring Machine. Millboard Cutting Machine. Specimens of Letterpress and Lithographic Inks, manufactured by the London and Provincial Printing Ink Co. Specimens of Dry Colours, manufactured by the London and Provincial Printing Ink Co.
  • 457 Alex. Seggie and Son, Broughton Engineering Works, Edinburgh. Horrocks and Co.’s Chromo-Lithographic Work, on Quad-Crown Edinburgh Machine.
  • 458 G. Mann and Co., Elland-road Works, Leeds. Double-Demy Wharfedale Climax Letterpress Machine, with flyer, oscillating geared riders, and cylinder check; double rolling and fly elevating arrangement. Double-Demy Climax Lithographic Machine, with Wharfedale flyers, damping apparatus, &c.; also with cylinder brake and diagonal rolling arrangement.
  • 458a McCorquodale and Co., Limited, Printers, Chromo-Lithographers, Account Book Manufacturers, &c., Leeds, Newton-le-Willows, and London. Letterpress Printing from Blocks, Electros, &c. Lithographic Printing, Colour and Commercial, with various specimens of the same.
  • 458b Irvin and Sellers, Preston and Liverpool. Bobbins and Shuttles used in spinning and manufacturing cotton, flax, silk, and wool, light and bell manufacturers. Hardwood Turnery used by electric Specimens of American Sawn Woods and Foreign Hardwood Logs used in the manufacture of the above.
  • 459a H. Garside, 21, Cannon-street, Manchester. Collection of Photographs of Machinery.
  • 460 John Neill, Great John-street, Manchester. Chromo-Lithographic and Letterpress Printing Machinery.
  • 460a John Ingham and Sons, Croft Head Works, Thornton, near Bradford. Shuttles and Pickers for the weaving of worsteds, cottons, silks, alpacas, mohairs, ribbons, flax, linens, carpets, woollens, worsteds, coatings, blankets, fustians, lastings, damasks, moreens, &c, &c. Shuttle Pikes for spools, pirns, and cops.
  • 460b Abraham Kershaw and Son, Brow Mill, Clayton, Bradford, Yorkshire. Reeds and Healds for weaving textile fabrics.
  • 461 John Ratcliff and Sons, Junction Foundry, Upper Wortley, Leeds. Donble-Demy Lithographic Printing Machine.
  • 461a Horrocks and Co., Town Hall Works, Ashton-under-Lyne. Specimens of Engraving and Colour Printing. Embossing. Bookbinding.
  • 461b James and Aaron Wilkinson, 6, St. Oswald-street, Rochdale-road, Manchester. Shuttles for weaving cotton, silk, worsted, linen, jute, ribbon, small wares, &c.; also Picking Sticks and Pirn Bobbins.
  • 462 Thos. Thomas and Sons, Acme Hoist Works, Cardiff. Self-sustaining Hoisting Machinery. Passenger Elevator, to carry four persons, shown at work conveying visitors to and from the galleries of this section. Hand-power Single Warehouse Lift. Hand-power Single Dinner Lift. Single Grocer’s Sack Lift. Double Grocer’s Sack Lift. Derrick Winch for one ton direct from the barrel. Hoisting Crab for one ton direct from the banel.
  • 462a Thomas Crompton, Lock and Hinge Manufacturer, Ashton, near Wigan. Best Wrought Welded Iron Hinges for shipbuilders’, locomotive engineers’, and general builders’ requirements. Gothic Ornamental Scroll Hinges for ecclesiastical work. Banbury Stock and Plate Locks, suitable for churches and general builders. Strong Handles and Thumb Latches.
  • 463 Luke and Spencer, Limited, Lime Bank Works, Lime Bank-street, Ashton Old-road, Ardwick, Manchester. Grinding Machines, with emery discs, as follows: Automatic Surfacing Machine, 36in. Double Tool Grinder, with Twist Drill attachment, etc.; Self-acting Wheel Tooth Cleaning Machine, Saw Sharpening Machine, Automatic Wood-plane Iron Grinder, Universal Grinders, Horizontal Grinder, Automatic Machine for Grinding Chilled Rolls.
  • 463a Thomas Bradburn and Sons, Great Charles-street, Birmingham. Rules in Boxwood, Ivory and Steel. Squares, Iron and Steel. Measuring Tapes, wind-up and spring.
  • 464 Kendall and Gent, Victoria Works, Manchester. Brown’s Patent Screwing Machine, to screw bolts and tap nuts up to 2in. diameter, and fitted with new patent automatic; relaxing motion. One ditto, to screw up to 1 in. diameter. 7in. Centre Open-spindle Capstan Rest Chasing Lathe, for making screws and studs up to 1^in. diameter from the solid bar. 8in. Centre Hollow Spindle Lathe for turning and chasing screws, &c., up to 2in. diameter. Universal Milling Machines B and C sizes. Vertical Milling and Profiling Machine, B size. 10in. Centre Duplex Sliding, Surfacing, and Screw-Cutting Lathe, with 14ft. gap bed. Rawlinson’s Patent Mechanical Grindstone. Rawlinson’s Patent Tool-holders. 7in. Centre Brass Finisher’s Lathe, specially adapted for boring, turning, facing, and screwing all kinds of brass fittings whether parallel or taper. Cutter Grinding Machine, for milling cutters of various forms. Cutter Forming Machine, for making milling cutters of any section. Vertical Drilling and Tapping Machine.
  • 464a Frank Reddaway and Co., Cheltenham-street, Pendleton, Manchester. Camel-hair Machine Belting. A belt made from animal fibre warp and vegetable fibre weft. Cotton Canvas Belting made from union canvas. Canvas Hose for fire brigades, &c.
  • 465 John Pickles and Son, Royd Iron Works, Hebden Bridge, via Manchester. Wood Planing Machines, with Rawling’s Patent Spiral Cutters and Grinders. Wood Planing and Surfacing Machine. Cutter Grinding Machine. Circular Saw Bench, with patent saw guard.
  • 465a R. W. Harrison and Co., 48 and 50, Darwen-street, Blackburn; works, St. Peter-street. Steam Packings of all kinds. Diamond Star Patent Engine Packings. Jointings. Belting Syrup and Asbestos.
  • 466 Thomas Robinson and Son, Limited, Railway Works, Rochdale. Roller Feed Saw Bench, with foot lever for moving feed roller. Tenoning Machine, with double tenoning arrangement and light scribing apparatus. Combined Hand and Power Feed Planing Machine. Hand-feed Planing Machine with outside block 4in. wide, for moulding, and fitted with sawing apparatus. Band-sawing Machine fitted with wheels of the bicycle pattern. Dovetailing Machine. Self-acting Grinding Machine for plane irons. Moulding Machine with top block to cant, Panel Planing Machine with side cutter blocks, Mortising and Boring Machine fitted with automatic reversing chisel. Double Horizontal Roller Mill, fitted with four smooth rollers for flour, &c.
  • 467 Sharp, Stewart and Co., Limited, Atlas Works, Manchester. Planing Machine, to plane 10ft. long, 4ft. wide, and 4ft. high, with three toolboxes, and improved feedgear. Screwing Machine to screw and tap from in. to 1 in., with Taps, Dies, Master Taps, etc. 10in. Self-acting, Sliding, Surfacing, and Screw-cutting, Gap Lathe, with bed 10ft. long. A selection of injectors, viz., Patent Exhaust Steam Injectors, high and low pressure; Friedmann’s Patent Non-lifting Injectors for Locomotives; Atlas Pattern Live Steam Injectors; Standard Pattern Live Steam Injectors; A Sectional Model of Patent Exhaust Steam Injector.
  • 468 Hulse and Co., Ordsal Works, Regent Bridge, Salford, Manchester. Hollow Spindle Turning and Screwing Lathe, with capstan rest, Broad Traverse Planing Machine. Vertical Drilling and Boring Machine. Radial Drilling and Boring Machine. Vertical Milling and Drilling Machine, with numerous automatic and reversing actions. Horizontal Milling Machine, with self-acting table. Self-acting Wheel-cutting and Dividing Machine, for cutting spur, bevel, or worm wheels. Swivel Tool-holders and Cutters. Surface Plates, &c.
  • 468a W. B. White, Red Scar Spring Works, Colne, Lancashire. Weft Forks and Fork-nolders. Shuttle Pegs and Guards. Shuttle Pikes. Spring Swells. Tempered Steel Springs. Perforated Sheets and Strips. Picking Balls. Studs and Sticks. Cop Skewers. Weft Grates. Springs and Spindles. Patent Oil Cisterns.
  • 468b Robert Pickles, Cairo Mill and Buccleuch Mill, Burnley. Patent Shuttles and Samples of Wood used for shuttles. Samples of Wood after being subjected to a pressure of 1,500 tons, or 20 tons to the square inch.
  • 469 R. and J. Dick, Greenhead Works, Glasgow. The Process of manufacturing Round and Flat Driving Bands, made of a combination of gutta-percha, balata, and cotton canvas. The process of making Boots and Shoes with gutta-percha and balata bottoms. The Manufacture of ventilating Inside Soles for boots and shoes. A general exhibit of Gutta-percha Articles of our own manufacture, including Shoes and Pads for Horses, Buckets, and other Colliery Furnishings; Golf and Cricket Balls, &c., &c.; also the Manufacture of a new Patent waterproof Cotton Sole for boots and shoes. A varied collection of raw material.
  • 469a William Cowan, Buccleuch-street Works, Edinburgh. Meter for measuring water and other liquids.
  • 470 John Cowley and Son, Clarendon-street, Hyde, near Manchester. Screwing Machines for gas and steam tubes; Screwing Machines for bolts and nuts; Screwing Machines for square threads; Selection of Engineers’ and Gas and Steam Fitters’ Tools
  • 471 Joshua Heap and Co., Limited, Oldham Road Engineers’ Tool Works, Ashton-under-Lyne. Portable Screwing Machines for tubes. Portable Screwing Machines with fitters’ work-bench on wheels. Engineers’ and Gas and Steam Fitters’ Hand Tools and Screwing Tackle. Bolt Screwing and Nut Tapping Machines.
  • 472 Downing and Co., 65, Sackville-street, Portland-street, Manchester. Corks and Corkwood. Wine, Ale and Porter Corking, Filling, Bottle Washing, and Capsuling Machine. Capsules, Sealing Wax, Bottle Brushes, Tin and Wood Tops, and all trade sundries.
  • 473 Bradbury and Co., Limited, Wellington Works, Oldham, and 7, Deansgate, Manchester. Rotary Shuttle Sewing Machines, wheel-feed for leather work. Rotary Shuttle Sewing Machine, step-feed, for tailoring and manufacturing purposes. Repairing Machine, for repairing boots and shoes, and sewing elastics in boots. Capstan Lathes 5in. and 7in. centres. Single Speed Milling Machine. Spindle Bench Drilling Machine. Steam Power Bench, with driving tackle complete, for working above-named sewing machines.
  • 474 J. Bennett Von der Heyde, Bridgewater Chambers, 6, Brown-street, Manchester. Perfect Pulley. Adjustable Ball and Socket Shaft Hangers. Friction Coupling, Shafting, and other fittings.
  • 475 J. S. and G. F. Simpson, 26 to 36, Rodney-street, Brooklyn, E.D., N.Y., U.S.A ; sole agents, Cunningham Shaw and Co., Liverpool. Bogardus Original Universal Eccentric Mill, with guide pulley attachment. Ditto, with bevel gearing. Ditto, with Guide Pulley attachment. Countershaft.
  • 476 William Teggin, 58, Faulkner-street, Manchester. Process of Letterpress and Lithographic Printing and Label Punching.
  • 477 S. Charlesworth and Co., Richmond Hill Iron Works, Oldham. Demy Advance Lithographic Printing Machine. Kleinertz Patent Bronzing Machine. Kleinertz Patent Dusting Machine.
  • 478 J. E. H. Andrew and Co., Limited, Reddish, near Stockport, and 80, Queen Victoria-street, London, E.C. Stockport Patent Silent Gas Engines (Horizontal). One Jh-p. Bisschop Patent Gas Engine, vertical type.
  • 480 W. H. Torrance, 19 & 20, North Bruntsfield Place, Edinburgh. Scotch Bakery. Rusks, sweetened and unsweetened. Kettledrum Shortbread, Kettledrum Oatcakes, Kettledrum Gingerbread.
  • 481 Lee and Hunt, Arkwright Tool Works, Nottingham. Self-acting Cold Iron and Steel Sawing Machine, with saw 24in. diameter, to crosscut joist section up to 24in. by 6in. and round or square bars up to 5Jin. and with quick return motion. Cold Iron and Steel Sawing Machine, with saw 12in. diameter, to crosscut joist section up to 10in. by 3in., and round or square bars up to 2 Jin., with hand feed. Universal Self-acting Milling Machine, with 2ft. traverse to table.
  • 482 Hind and Lund, Atlas Works, Edward-street, Preston. Paint Grinding Roller Mill, having three granite rolls, 30in. in length by 14in. diameter. Pug or Paint Mixing Mill. Liquid Paint Mixing and Grinding Mill.
  • 483 Craven Brothers, Limited, Vauxhall Iron Works, Osborne-street, Manchester. Sawing Machine, for cutting metals cold, diameter of saw 1ft. 9in., traverse 1ft. 3in., table 4ft. 6in. by 3ft. Sawing Machine, for cutting rising heads off steel castings, ingots, &c., diameter of saw 8ft., traverse 3ft. 2in., table 7ft. by 6ft. Sawing Machine, for cutting rising heads off steel castings, ingots, &c., diameter of saw 1ft. 9in., traverse 8in., table 2ft. 9in. by 1ft. 6in. Vertical Drilling and Boring Machine, will admit 4ft. diameter, 2Jin. spindle, with chasing arrangement on spindle. Universal Horizontal Milling Machine, for general work, with rising and falling table. Vertical Milling and Drilling Machine, for locomotive engine cylinders and general work. Self-acting Sliding, Surfacing and Screw-cutting Gap Lathe, 10in. centres, 10ft. bed. Face Lathe, with 30in. diameter, jaw chuck, duplex compound slide rests. Group' of Four Machines for making boiler fire box stay bolts, consisting of Cutting-off Machine, Straightening and Centreing Machine, Slide Lathe, with copying motion, and Automatic Chasing Lathe. Slotting Machine, with traversing head, 15in. stroke, 5ft. diameter table; all self-acting, adapted for slotting radial axle box frames and general locomotive work. Railway Wheel Lathe, for carriage and wagon wheels up to 3ft. 6in. diameter. Planing Machine, will plane 5ft. by 2ft. Gin. by 2ft. Gin., cross-slide, fitted with two self-acting tool boxes, table traversed by screw and direct pulleys; no gearing. Duplex Axle Brass Step Boring Machine, will bore four brasses at the same time; self-acting. Group of Surface Plates, 36in. by 36in., 24in. by 12in., 16in. by 16in., 15in. by 6in., 12in. by 3|^in. Group of Fitters’ Bench Vices, three sizes, 5in., 6in., and 7in. jaws.
  • 484 Crossley Brothers, Limited, Openshaw, Manchester; and 31, Market-street, Manchester. Otto Domestic Motor. Jh.-p. Vertical Gas Engine, with Crompton dynamo combined. 1|h.-p. Vertical Otto Gas Engine, with Crompton dynamo combined. 4h.-p. Horizonal Otto Gas Engine, with Crompton dynamo combined. 5h.-p. Vertical Otto Gas Engine. 4h.-p. Otto Gas Engine, with Lightfoot’s Patent Dry Air Refrigerator. 7h.-p. Otto Gas Engine, combined with force pumps. 14.h.-p. Otto Gas Engine. Switchboard, with automatic cut-off. Set of Accumulators. Electric Light Fittings, for private houses, factories, &c. Electric Light Meter.
  • 484a Manchester Electric Supply Co., Limited, 31, Market-street, Manchester. Electric Light Fittings, suitable for factory, house, and shop lighting purposes. Accumulators. Special Cut-outs. Sectional Switches and Measuring Instruments. *
  • 485 James McMurdo, New-street, Miles Platting, Manchester. Repeating Machine, for Repeating Jacquard Pattern Cards. Machine for cutting Peg and Lace Holes in blank Jacquard Cards. Piano Machine, for cutting Jacquard Cards from the Design. 400’s Doable-lift Double Cylinder Jacquard Machine, for weaving cross borders.
  • 486 Thomas C. Thompson, Britannia Mills, East-street, Lower Mosley-street, Manchester. Paging and Numbering Machine, treble action. Paging and Perforating Machines. Stabbing and Cornering Machine. Patent Meteor Oil Tank. Patent Grooved Chase. Eylet Machine (self-feed).
  • 487 Joseph Gillott and Sons, Victoria Works, Graham-street, Birmingham. Seven of the most important processes of Steel Pen making, practically shown in operation, viz., cutting out, side-slitting, piercing, raising, marking, slitting, straight grinding, and cross grinding.
  • 488 Asa Lees and Co., Limited, Soho Iron Works, Oldham. Cotton Spinning ;ind Preparing Machinery. Single Lap Machine for 40in. cards, with patent feed regulator and patent rope driving. Single Carding Engine 40in. on the wire, cylinder 50in. diameter, doffer 24in., taker-in 9in., covered with inserted metallic saw-tooth wire, 102 self-acting revolving flats. Drawing Frame, 1 head of 5 deliveries, 18|in. staff, 4 lines of rollers, loose boss top rollers to front line, case-hardened bottom rollers to front line, traverse motions, back and front stop motions, full-can stopping motion, and weight-relieving motion. Slabbing Frame, 34 spindles, y-in. diameter, 4 spindles to 19in., 10in. lift, single centrifugal pressers, iron flats for stationary cloth, short collars, 3 rows of rollers, loose boss top rollers to front line, case-hardened bottom rollers to front line. Intermediate Frame, 52 spindles y in. diameter, 8 spindles to 25Y^in., 10in. lift, single centrifugal pressers, iron flats for stationary cloth, short collars, 3 rows of rollers, loose boss top rollers to front line case-hardened bottom rollers to front line. Roving Frame, 64 spindles, y|-in. diameter, 8 spindles to 20^in., Tin. lift, half the frame with single centrifugal pressers, and half the frame with double centrifugal pressers, iron flats for stationary cloth, short collars, 3 rows of rollers, loose boss top rollers to front line, case-hardened bottom rollers to front line. The Slubbing Intermediate and Roving Frames have Taylor’s patent cone-releasing motions, and patent knocking-off motion attached. Twist Ring Spinning Frame, 96 spindles, 2|in. gauge, Ifin. rings. Sin. lift, patent Gravity spindles, double tin rollers, thread board lifting motion, anti-balooning wire traveller clearers, inclined roller stands, rollers weighted with dead weights, loose boss top rollers to front line, case-hardened bottom rollers to front line, patent rope driving arrangement. Weft Ring Spinning Frame, 116 spindles 2 Jin. gauge, IJin. rings, 4 Jin. lift, patent Gravity spindles, double tin rollers, thread board lifting motion, anti-balooning wire traveller clearers, inclined roller stands, rollers weighted with levers, case- hardened bottom rollers to front line. Patent Self-acting Mule, 252 spindles, Ifhi. gfuige, 17in. spindles, 1 Jin. back-shafts 1 fin. taller shafts, creels for double roving, cai-riages boarded underneath, patent duplex driving, treble grooved rimband arrangement, patent strapping motion, improved backing-otf cam and backing-off chain tightening motion, improved click locking motion, patent full cop stopping motion, self-acting nosing motion, taking in by baud with patent tightening apparatus, twist motion, self-acting anti-snarling motion, self-acting strap-relieving motion, case-hardened bottom rollers to front line. Patent Self-acting Twiner, 270 spindles, IJin. gauge, 17 -Jin. spindles, improved brass locking slide, brass guides, zinc water trougiis, taking-in by band, with patent tightening apparatus, patent full cop stopping motion, self-acting strap, relieving motion, improved backing-off cam and backing-off chain tightening motion. ( V)tton Waste .Machinery : Breaker Carding Engine, 50in. on the wire, cylinder 50in. diameter, doffer 24in., taker-in 9in., covered with inserted metallic saw-tooth wire, rollers and clearers, lap drum in front 50in. diameter. Finisher Carding Engine, 50in. on the wire, cylinder 50in. diameter, doffer 24iii., tukeriii covered with inserted metallic saw-tooth wire, rollers and clearers. Patent Condenser, with steel strip dividers for

60 ends. Patent Self-acting Mule for spinning cotton waste on the woollen system, 180 spindles, IJin. gauge, 18in. spindles, with back-shafts l|in. diameter, l-|iu. faller shafts, patent arrangement giving three speeds of spindles, drawback or jacking-in motion, motion for altering speed of spindles at any part of draw, patent strapping motion, improved click locking motion, improved holding-out catch, patent full cop stopping motion, carriage stop motion, spindle stop motion, taking-in by band, with patent tightening arrangement. Single Grinding Machine for rollers or clearers, with dust fan and cover, setting arrangement.

  • 489 John Dugdale and Sons, Soho Foundry, Blackburn. Winding Machine, arranged for cops, ring throstle, and hank yarns. Beam Warping Machine, with automatic stopping motion. Sizing Machine (Slasher system), with new improvements. Seamless Bag Loom, Laird and Rutherford’s new improved system. Loom (old), with Haythornthwaite’s new brake. Winding-on Motion, for roving and other frames, Dugdale and Davies’ new system.
  • 490 Richard Threlfall, Bridgeman Place Machine Works, Bolton. Patent Self-Acting Mule, containing 408 spindles, 1Jin. space, fitted up with all our latest improvements, constructed for spinning fine cotton yarns.
  • 491 Taylor, Lang and Co., Limited, Castle Iron Works, Stalybridge, near Manchester. Cotton Pulling Machine, to pull cotton direct from the bale. Buckley’s Patent Opener, 40in., with patent automatic pedal feed regulator, making laps direct from the cylinder. Buckley’s Patent Combined Opener and Scutcher, 40in. improved feed rollers, double weighted. Finisher Scutcher, for 40in. cards, with improved automatic pedal regulator. Self-Acting Mule, of 264 spindles, 1fin. gauge, three threads, 17in. spindle.
  • 491a The Rossendale Belting Co., 20, Rook-street, Manchester. Hair and Cotton Duck Beltings. Hose-pipe. Belt Fasteners.
  • 492 Henry Faulder and Co., 7 and 9, Lancashire Bridge, Stockport; factories, Heaton-lane and Vernon Bridge, Stockport. Whole Fruit Preserves. Marmalade and Confectionery, also special apparatus and machinery producing the same.
  • 493 W. and M. Marwick, 65, Nicolson-street, Edinburgh. The Manufacture of Confectionery and Chocolate, in operation showing the different processes in Sugar Boiling. Comfit Making by Steam Pans. Lozenge Making. Chocolate Manufacture.
  • 493a The Haslam Foundry and Engineering Co., Limited, Union Foundry, Derby. A 3,000ft. Patent Dry Air Refrigerating Machine, with Steam Engine combined. The machine will deliver dry air at 40 degrees below zero Fahr.
  • 494 James Proctor, Hammerton-street Iron Works, Burnley. Mechanical Stoker, and Self-Cleaning Machine, moving or hand moving fire bars for supplying fuel to steam boilers mechanically.
  • 495 Wilson and Ingham, Springfield Mill, Liversedge, Yorkshire. Machine for making Card Clothing of hardened and tempered steel wire for revolving flat carding engines.
  • 496 Thomas Coleby, 33, Lancaster Buildings, Barton Square, Manchester. Patent Reel, adapted to reeling cotton yarn from cops. A similar machine for reeling from ring frame, tubes, and bobbins. Bundling Machines for making up cotton yarns.
  • 497 Thomas Gare, Eclipse Works, Booth-street, Edgeley, Stockport. Boot and Shoe Paring and Finishing Machine. Buffing and Sandpapering Machine. Carving Machine. Profiling Machine. Flexible Shafts, and various applications of same. Machine for cutting off cams, screws of irregular pitch, and also milling tools at any angle or pitch. Adjustable Self-Lubricating Bush. Improved Blowpipe. Angular Ball Castor. Hair Brushing Machine. Solution for resisting damp and rust.
  • 498 Matthews and Yates, 35, Lever-street, Manchester. Air Propeller. Apparatus for the propulsion, suction, and movement of air fluids and gases. Automatic Closing Doors. Humidifier for moistening atmosphere.
  • 499 James Howorth, M.S.A., Victoria Engineering Works, Farnworth, near Bolton. Archimedean Screw Ventilators, self-acting. Radial Screw Ventilators, self-acting. Radial Screw Ventilators, driven by motive power. Horizontal Screw Ventilators. Centrifugal Screw Ventilators, fitted to and driven by the Morton-Hall Patent Steam Motor. Outlet Yalves for preventing back draughts. Chimneybreast Outlet Ventilators. Draughtless Air Inlet Ventilators. Humidifier and Air Inlets. Heating and Cooling Chests combined with Lacy’s Patent Humidifier Fan, &c. Samples of Dutry-Colson’s Patent Fire Extincteurs.
  • 500 James Robertshaw, Climax Works, Simpson-street, Rochdale-road, Manchester. Patent Dyeing and Wringing Machine, for hanks of yarn. Sizing and Wringing Machine, for hanks of yarn.
  • 501 Edward Renshaw and Co., 19, Corporation-street, Manchester. Exhaust Fan, and Exhaust Fan with Engine attached.
  • 502 The Anti-Friction Conveyor Co., 59, Mark-lane, London, E.C. Conveyor. Disintegrator; the grinding surfaces are of chilled iron.
  • 503 William Samuel Sneade, Charters-street, Vauxhall-road, Liverpool. Improved Patent Rolls and Machinery in motion for the production of chocolate, cocoa, paint, Ac.
  • 504 Follows and Bate, Limited, Froxmer-street, Gorton, Manchester. Granite Roller Mill, with 3 rollers, 24in. by 14in. Iron Cone Mills for Paint Manufacturers, 20in. grinding surfaces, capacity of hopper, 12 gallons. Edge Runner Mill, 4ft. 6in. pan, rollers 30in. by 8in. Drug Grinding Mill, on high stand, with fast and loose pulleys. Pug Mill, for mixing dry colours and oil. Inclined Power Press, for stamping sheet metals. Automatic Perforating Machine.
  • 505 Julius Schlesinger, 59, Mark-lane, London, E.C. Dust Collector, for removing dust in mills and factories. Wheat Cleaner, Brush Scourer, and Smutter.
  • 506 Blackman Air Propeller Ventilating Co., Limited, 63, Fore-street, London, E.C. Blackburn Air Propeller, 48in. diameter, in motion, fitted with automatic shutters. Blackman Air Propeller, 36in. diameter, fixed, with spindle vertical, for drying wool. Blackman Air Propeller, 24in. diameter, fixed for removing dust, which the chaff in motion represents. Wool Drying Table.
  • 507 Hulme and Lund, Steam and Hydraulic Engineers, Egerton-street Iron Works, Chester-road, Manchester, S.W. Patent Direct-Acting Steam Pumping Engine for low lifts. Direct-Acting Steam Pump for Boiler-feeding. Hydraulic Pump for Dip Working in Mines, &c. Donkey Pumping Engine for Boiler-feeding, double-acting, with one ram. Donkey Wall Pump, 2in. ram. Donkey Wall Pump, 1in. ram.
  • 508 Clark, Bunnett and Co., Limited, Ducie Chambers, Market-street, Manchester; and Rathbone Place, London. Self-sustaining Hand Power Luggage Lift. Self-sustaining Dinner Lift. Self-gripping Crab. Hydraulic Passenger Lift. Castings in Iron and Bronze. Revolving Shutters.
  • 509 Hodgkinson and Co., Limited, Ordsall Machine Works, Woden-street, Manchester. Mechanical Stoker. Self-cleaning Fire Bars. Rocking Bars, for hand or machine firing. Oscillating Gas Engine.
  • 510 Hinde and Son, Metropolitan Brush Works, Oxford-street, and Coventry-street, Birmingham; and 54, Rue Greneta, Paris. The Process of Manufacture of Toilet Requisites and Brushes from the Raw Materials to the articles ready for use.
  • 510a Westray, Copeland, and Co., Abbey-road, Barrow-in-Furness. High-Pressure Compound Engine, with cylinders, 4in. and 8in. diameter, by 12in. stroke, fitted with Kirkaldy’s Compactum Feed- water Heater.
  • 511 Bratby and Hinchliffe, Sandford-street, Ancoats, Manchester; and 146, Minories, London, E.C. Complete Plants for the Manufacture of Aerated Waters, to be shown in full operation. Bottle Washing Machine. Wiring Machine. Turnover Filling Machine. Cork Bottling Machine. Syrup Making Apparatus Syphon Bottles and Filling Machines. Beer and Wine Bottling Machinery. Essential Oils. Soluble Essences. Fruit Syrups and Cordials. Patent and Cork Bottles. Partitioned Boxes and Cases. Labels. Showcards. Corks. Capsules. Lead and Tin Foil. Bottling Wire. Bottle and Box Brushes. Capsuling Machines.
  • 511A T. W. Lawson, Napoleon Works, 260 and 262, Rochdale-road, Manchester. Mineral and Aerated Waters. A Non-intoxicating Beverage known by the name of Nap.
  • 512 Dan Rylands, Blake-street, Stretford-road, Manchester; and Hope Glass Works, Barnsley. Ryland’s Patent Aerated Water Machines and Anti-atmospheric Carbonic Acid Gas Generators, in action. Turnover Filling Machines. Multiple Filling Machine for Power. Bottle-washing Apparatus. Model Syrup Making Plant. Rylands’s Patent Globe Stoppered, Valve, and Cork Stoppered Aerated Water Bottles. Rylands’s Patent Wire-bound Boxes and Cases for Aerated Water Bottles.
  • 513 Thomas Parkinson, Britannia Works, Blackburn. Hydraulic Cloth Bundling Press. 4h.-p. Steam Engine. Size Mixing Machinery and Fittings. Brass and Iron Pumps. General Copperwork. Engineers and General Brasswork.
  • 515 The Steel Nut and Tube Co., High Bank Steel Works, Openshaw, Manchester. Nuts. Rigging Screws. Railway Union Boxes. Steering Gear Unions. Adjusting Boxes for Roofs and Bridges. Signal and Telegraph Stay Adjusting Boxes. Tubes, solid drawn. Hollow Crank Shafts. Crank Pins. Piston Rods. Governor Spindles. Saddle Screws. Fast and Loose Head Lathe Spindles. Connecting Rods. Boring Bars. Boring Rods for mining purposes. Hydraulic Tubes, with bends and connections. Dredger Bushes. Hollow Taps. Hexagon and Round Solid Bars.
  • 516 Bentley and Jackson, Lodge Bank Works, Bury, near Manchester. Rotary Cloth Stretching Machine for cotton goods. Belt Pulley of variable diameter. Brass Centrifugal Pump, 15in. diameter. Chilled Iron Calender Roll, 14in. diameter, ground and finished. Paper Bowl, 24in. diameter, made of Craig’s woollen paper. Wood Fibre Bowl, 20in. diameter. Sample Rolls of Raw Cotton, Cop Bottoms, White Linen, and Brown Papers. Verny Paper Cutting Machine, to cut a web of paper 60in. wide, the paper being held stationary whilst being cut. Brass Ejectors for vacuum boxes of paper-making machines. Patent Automatic Wire Guide for regulating the wires of a paper-making machine. Sundry Steam Valves. Roll of Paper.
  • 517 John Wolstenholme, Albert Works, Radcliffe, near Manchester. The Radcliffe Gas Engine, 2h.-p. nominal. Duplex Steam Pumping Engine, 6in. water cylinders, 10in. steam cylinder, 12in. stroke. Gun-metal and other Fittings.
  • 518 Browett, Lindley and Co., Sandon Engine Works, Salford, Manchester. Set of Lindley’s Patent Driving Gear, combined with Vertical Engine and Dynamo. Vertical Compound Tandem Engine. 4h.-p. Horizontal Engine. Patent Sandon Gas Engine. Set of Lindley’s Patent Acme Governors.
  • 519 Frank Pearn and Co., Engineers, West Gorton, Man- chester. Patent Quadruple-acting Pump, with two rams each 10in. diam., two steam cylinders each 12in. diam., stroke 9in. Double-acting Pump, with one ram 6in. diam., one steam cylinder 10in. diam., stroke 8in. Long Stroke Double Ram Manchester Pumping Engine, rams 4in. diam., steam cylinders 6Jin., stroke 8in. Long Stroke Quadruple-acting Manchester Air Compressor or Vacuum Pump, with two air cylinders 8in. diam., two steam cylinders 8in. diam., stroke 12in. Single-acting Manchester Donkey or Wall Pumps, rams |in. diam., steam cylinders 1fin. diam., stroke 1in. Single-acting Manchester Donkey or Wall Pumps, rams 2in. diam., steam cylinders 4in. diam., stroke 4in. Double-acting Manchester Donkey or Wall Pumps, pumps 2in. diam., steam cylinders 4in. diam., stroke 4in.
  • 520 W. H. Bailey and Co., Albion Works, Salford, Manchester. Bailey’s Patent Direct-acting Hydraulic Lift. This lift is actuated by the pressure of the water in the town’s mains, the exhaust water being afterwards used for feeding the boilers of the Exhibition.
  • 521 Edward Green and Son, 14, St. Ann’s Square, Manchester; works, Wakefield. Green’s Patent Fuel Economisers, fitted with dentilated scrapers and access pipes, various sizes. Fuel Economiser for single boilers, with cold-drawn seamless steel tubes. Specimen Castings of parts of Economiser, all pipes being cast vertically in dry-sand moulds. Fuel Economiser of 192 heating pipes, in operation to the working boilers.
  • 522 J. H. Riley and Co., Elton Iron Works, Bury, near Manchester. Beetle Roller, 14ft., with friction cone and gearing, llin. lift of fallers. Calender, Four-bowl Universal, for cotton and linen goods, driven by Hunter’s patent clutch. Stretching Machine, 45in., for cotton and linen goods. Doubling or Rigging Machine for cotton, linen, or woollen goods. Velvet Folding Machine, for warehouse use, driven by hand. Steam Drying Cylinders (three), with framing and Riley’s patent vacuum valve motion, to prevent collapse of cylinders. Starch Mangle, frame sides, two sizes. Diagonal Steam Engine, 7in. by 10in., useful for driving separate machines. Small Oscillating Steam Engine, 5in. cylinder. Hunter’s Patent Clutches, various sizes.
  • 523 Nasmyth, Wilson and Co., Limited, Bridgewater Foundry, Patricroft, near Manchester. Overhanging Steam Hammer, 10cwt., fitted with self-acting motion. Overhanging Steam Hammer, 3cwt., fitted with self-acting motion.
  • 525 Samuel Chatwood, Lancashire Safe and Lock Works, Bolton. Working Model of Chatwood’s Patent Hydraulic Balance applied to (1) Banker’s Strong Room, (2) Passenger Elevator, (3) Jeweller’s Window. Model of Banker’s Strong Room. Model of Elevator. Model of Rising and Falling Window. Various Working Models of Hydraulic Balance.
  • 526 Worthington Pumping Engine Co., 114, Queen Victoria-street, London, E.C. Worthington Compound Steam Pump. Worthington Low Service Steam Pump. Worthington Boiler Feed Pumps of different sizes. Worthington Water Meters.
  • 528 Margaret Clegg, King-street Leather and Boiler Covering Works, 2, King-street, Oldham. Specimens of various kinds of Covered Rollers, Clearers, Flats, &c., used in the various kinds of machinery for spinning cotton and silk threads or yarns. A variety of Welsh Roller Skins, Roller Cloth, Clearer Cloth, Jointed Hots, &c., used for covering the above rollers.
  • 529 Wilson and Co., Beevor Works, Barnsley, Yorkshire; and 15, Market-street, Manchester. Samples of Bobbins, Tubes, Spools, Pirns, &c., with patented appliances for strengthening the same.
  • 530 Robert Hyde and Co., Spring Grove Mills, near Stalybridge. Roller Cloth, Clearer Cloth, Sizing Flannel, Scarlet Saxony Flannel, White Saxony Flannel, Cricketing Flannel.
  • 532 Baron and Hogarth, Leece Croft Mills, Kendal. Reeds, Healds, Wire Healds, Cotton and Worsted Heald Yarns, Mails, &c.
  • 533 Mitchell and Co., Limited, Bolton-street, Bury. Rollers, Spindles, and Flyers.
  • 534 James Wilde and Son, The Steam Brush Factory, Southgate-street, Oldham. Brushes for various purposes.
  • 535 William Kenyon and Sons, Chapel Field Ropery, Dukinfield, Cheshire. Banding used in the Spinning of Cotton, Worsted, Silk, and other Fibres. Crane, Hoist, Block, and Driving Ropes, Fishing Cords, &c.
  • 536 John Swailes and Sons, Oldham Cop Tube Works, Moorhey, Oldham. Paper and other Tubes used in Textile Manufacture, and Patent Apparatus for placing them in the Spindles of all kinds of Spinning and Doubling Machinery.
  • 538 Joshua Kershaw and Son, Union Leather Works, Bolton. Roller Leather for various classes of Cotton Spinning. Specimens of Covered Rollers used for spinning fine counts.
  • 539 Waddington and Ramsbottom, Nicholas Croft, High-street, Manchester. Paper for various purposes. Tubes (Paper), Conical and other descriptions for Spinning.
  • 540 Buckley and Crossley, Tame Valley Spindle and Flyer Works, Dukinfield. Mule, Throstle, and Roving Spindles and Flyers. Loose Boss Rollers, &c.
  • 541 James Lumb, Perseverance Brass and Steel Works, Elland, Yorks. Steam Engine Lubricators. Steam Engine Regulator. Steam Engine Stop Motion. Steam Engine Momentum Governor. Fire Brigade Appliances. Boiler Mountings. Compound Safety Valves. Gun Metal Steam Fittings. Steam and Vacuum Gauges. Crucible Steel Castings.
  • 542 John Whiteley and Sons, Brunswick Mills, Halifax, Yorkshire. Card Clothing. Card Cloth. Mild Steel and Hardened and Tempered Steel Wire.
  • 543 Wilson Brothers, Corn Holme Mills, Todmorden; 14, Market Place, Manchester. Bobbins, Tubes, and Spools.
  • 544 Sidney Moorhouse and Co., Victoria Works, Stalybridge; and 5, Todd-street, Manchester. Asbestos Steam and Water Valves. Asbestos Water Gauges and Blow-off Cocks. Improved Sight Feed Lubricators. Marine Spring Safety Dead-weight and other Valves. Pressure, Vacuum, and Hydraulic Gauges. Steam Engine Indicators. Steam Kettles. Steam Ovens.
  • 545 John Calvert and Sons, Great Jackson-street, Manchester. Steel Rules, Standards, Measures, Gauges, and Tools for Engineers.
  • 546 E. Griffiths Hughes, Victoria and Cateaton Streets, Manchester; and Gravel-lane, Salford. Hughes’s Fir Tree Oil Spray Pumps. Aphicides. Fir Tree Oil Insecticide for destroying insects on trees, plants, and animals. Green and Cream Shading for glass houses. Hughes’s Floral Cement for fixing the bloom of pelargoniums, &c., and the petals of cut bloom. Hughes’s Styptic for preventing bleeding in vines after pruning.
  • 547 Butterworth Brothers, Limited, Newton Heath, Manchester. Gauge Glasses and Lubricators. Spirit Level Tubes, and Glass Articles for cotton, woollen, and silk machinery. Water Gauges. Brass Fittings for Lubricators and Machinery.
  • 548 F. Leroy and Co., Gordon-street, Great Clowes-street, Lower Broughton, Manchester. Sundry Pipes, &c., covered with non-conducting composition, showing mode of application.
  • 550 John Wilkes, Mapplebeck and Co., Patent Brass Tube Works, Abberley-street, Birmingham. Solid-drawn Brass and Copper Tubes, for locomotive and marine boilers; Surface Condensers, &c.
  • 551 R. Boehm and Co., 39, Bridge-street, Manchester. Steam Gauges, Vacuum Gauges, Compound Gauges, Steel Tube Gauges, Hydraulic Gauges, Test Gauges. Engine Counters for revolutions and strokes. Engine Counters with quarter motion, for turnstiles., Pyrometers, Boiler Test Pumps, Steam Dryers or Water Separators, Parker’s Patent Steam Traps, Injectors for feeding boilers. High Speed Engine Governors, Cast-iron Valves, Filter Presses, Low Water Alarms, Engine and Boiler Fittings, Patent Elastic Wire Belting, Steam Traps with expansion apparatus.
  • 552 Fairburn and Hall, 63, Royal Exchange, Manchester. Hall’s Patent Automatic Injectors for supplying steam boilers with water. Jetometer, or Steam Jet Pumps, for raising large or small quantities of water. Exhaust Steam Condensers, Vacuum Ejectors, Syphon Pumps, and other steam jet specialities.
  • 553 Squire Farron, Britannia Brass Works, Ashton-under-Lyne. Reducing Valves, Sight Lubricators, Steam Traps, Steam Taps and Valves, Tallow Cups and Lubricators, Water Gauges, Mud Taps for boilers, &c.
  • 554 William Barningham and Co., Limited, Pendleton Iron Works, Manchester. Samples of Rolled Girders. Compound Iron Beams. Railway and Tramway Plant. Specimens of Rails, Iron and Steel Bars, Angles, Tees, Ac.
  • 555 Holden and Brooke, St. Simon’s Works, St. Simon-street, Salford. Exhaust Steam Injectors. Influx Automatic Injectors. Giffard Injectors. Injector and Boiler Fittings, &c. Low Water Alarms. Safety Gauge Glasses.
  • 556 W. Willson Cobbett, 82, Southwark-street, London, S.E Scandinavia Patent Cotton Machine Belting. Toughened Hair Belting. Frictionless Belt Guides, in porcelain. Belt Stretcher.
  • 557 John Ashton and Son, 36, Withy Grove, Manchester. Examples of various kinds of Leather, in hides, butts, or skins. Leather Belting of different widths. Leather Laces. Leather and Buffalo Pickers for weaving. Leather Fire Hose. Leather Fire Buckets. Prepared Buffalo Leather for Cotton Ginning. Prepared Sea Horse or Walrus for Glazing. Leather Plate Carrier, for hotels and restaurants. Hydraulic Press Leathers. Buffalo Skips.
  • 558 Sampson and Co., 43, Haworth’s Buildings, Cross-street, Manchester; manufactory, Stroud, Gloucestershire. Main Leather Driving Belts, made from the best English leather. Single and Double Leather Belting, sewn with hemp laces or copper wire. Endless Single Belts. Section of the largest belt in the world; width, 75in.; length, 153ft., of double thickness.
  • 559 Turner Brothers; works, Spotland, Rochdale. Asbestos in the crude state. Prepared Fibre, Yarn, Cordage, and Cloth. Packings in variety for locomotive, stationary and marine engines. Jointing Material in various forms for steam and hydraulic purposes. Compound Cement for steam and water joints. Non-conducting Composition for covering boilers and steam-pipes. Ground asbestos. Miscellaneous Packings for locomotive, stationary, and marine engines; also for pumps. Elastic Tubular Cotton Ring Packings for stuffing-boxes. Elastic Metallic Washers for pipe joints. The Gripwell Solid Woven Hair Belting, for main- driving and general purposes. Woven Seamless Hose for fire brigades. The Gripwell Belting Syrup.
  • 561 John Tullis and Son, St. Ann’s Leather Works, John-street, Bridgeton, Glasgow. Orange Tan Leather Beltings, flat and chain. Oak Tanned Leather Beltings, flat and chain. Special Oxidised Waterproof Cotton Belting. V-shaped Hide Rope; also V-shaped Wooden Rope, with friction leather outside; and Solid Square Leather Rope, of oak and patent orange tan leather, for main driving. Chain Belting arched to suit curve of pulley. Chain Belting, thick and thin sided, for half-twist drives. Llama Hair Belting, for outside and other special work. Hose Piping, for brigade and other purposes. Leather Fire Buckets. Leather Laces. Pump Butts. Leather and Buffalo Pickers. Buffalo Skips, and general mechanical leathers.
  • 562 William Laycock and Sons, Queen-street Leather Works, Keighley. Main Driving Belts. Single Leather Belting. Link Leather Belting. Pliable Leather Belting. Machinery Leather, various kinds.
  • 563 John Ormerod and Sons, Globe Leather Works, Castleton, near Manchester. Screwed Double Leather Main Driving Belts. Single Leather Belting, cemented and sewn. Single Leather Belting, cemented only specially for mule driving straps. Welsh Roller Skins, suitable for spinning all counts. Goat Roller Skins, suitable for spinning very fine counts. English Roller Skins, suitable for spinning medium and coarse counts. Covered Rollers, for spinning all counts.
  • 564 Richard Johnson and Nephew, Bradford Iron Works, Manchester, and Alderwasley Wire Mills, near Derby. Wire Trophy, showing the raw material to the finished article, consisting of ingots, blooms, rods, drawn fencing, bright, coppered, tinned. Homo rope, patent improved steel, plough steel, galvanised telegraph and telephone wires, galvanised steel barb wire, and galvanised strand wire.
  • 565 The Whitecross Co., Limited, Warrington. Pyramid of Wire of all kinds, showing process of manufacture from pig iron, blooms, and billets. Coils of Telegraph and Telephone Wire. Pyramids of Wire-rope for Rigging. Running and Standing Tramway ropes. Colliery and Pit Ropes. Hauling and Towing Ropes. Winch and Stopper. Wire Netting of various sizes. Wire Nails and Staples. Small Model of Rope-making Machine.
  • 566 Andrew and James Stewart, Limited, Clyde Tube Works, Coatbridge, and 41, Oswald-street, Glasgow. Lapwelded Iron and Steel Tubes, for all descriptions of boilers. Iron and Steel Boiler Tubes with copper ends. Iron and Steel Tubes for Rollers, Shafting, Ac. Tubes for Gas, Steam, and Water, black, galvanised, and asphalted. Fittings of all kinds. Tubes with various flanged joints, for high and low pressures of air and water. Hydraulic Tubes. Hot Water Heating Tubes. Artesian Well and Mineral Boring Tubes. Oil Well Tubing and Casing. Oil Line Pipes. Blast Furnace Tuyere Coils, and Coils of various descriptions. Covebars. Bedstead Tubes. Rigging Screws. Point-rods. Handrail Tubes. Cast Iron Pipes and Fittings.
  • 567 Power Pulley Co., Limited, Charles-street, Princess-street, Old Garratt, Manchester. Perforated Power Pulley (Shepherd’s Patent).
  • 568 W. and B. Cowan, Dutton-street Works, Manchester; Smith Square Works, Westminster, London; and Buccleuch-street Works, Edinburgh. 3-Light Wet Gas Meter with William Cowan’s Patent Syphon Overflow, and Warner and Cowan’s Patent Drum in Glass, showing all parts in action. 3-Light Dry Gas Meter, with glass sides, showing all parts in action. Automatic Pressure Changer. Photographic Pressure Register. Electric Recorder for station meter indexes — Mann’s patent. Case of Gas Pressure Gauges. Brass Main Cocks and Taps. Models of Patent Governors. Syphon Liquid Meter.
  • 569 Charles Cammell and Co., Cyclops Steel and Iron Works, Sheffield. Tool Steel, Files. Steel Castings, Bearing Springs. Volute, Conical, and Spiral Springs. Armour Bolts. Buffers, Springs, Files, and other light articles.
  • 570 G. Birch, and Co., Bloom-street Tool Works, Salford, Manchester. Self-acting Slide-surfacing and Screw-cutting Foot Lathe, fitted with various appliances for plain and ornamental turning. Foot Power Milling Machine. Hollow Mandrel Electrician’s Lathe. Amateur’s Work Bench. Case of Small Tools, and Case of Specimens of Ornamental Turning.
  • 571 Frederick W. Scott, Atlas Patent Steel Wire Rope Works, Reddish, near Stockport. Steel and Iron Wire Ropes for mining and mechanical purposes; also Steel Wire.
  • 572 William Rose and Co., Grosvenor Chambers, Manchester. Manual Brigade Engines, metropolitan pattern. Hose and Implement Van, mounted on 5ft. wheels. Hand Curricle Engine, constructed to carry hose and appliances beyond what is required to work the engine. Horse Hose Cart, to carry fire appliances. Double and Single Corridor Fire Engines. Hand Hose Reel, constructed to carry 200 yards of hose, mounted on high wooden wheels, and fitted with implement box on top. Gun Metal Landing Valves, with patent outlet. Self Locking Fire Hose Couplings. Hand Fire Pump. The London Hand Pump. Standpipes, single and double delivery, for attaching to ground hydrants. Copper Branch or Delivery Pipes. Patent Dividing Breeching Piece, for working two jets. Telescopic Scaling Ladders, fitted with gun metal clips. Telescopic Fire Escape, fitted with continuous brass handrails. Chemical Fire Extinguisher, made entirely of wrought copper and brass.
  • 573 Picksley, Sims and Co., Limited, Bedford Foundry, Leigh, Lancashire. 6h.-p. Portable Steam Engine, with 8Jin. diam. and 12in. stroke, steam-jacketed cylinder, variable expansion, eccentric, high-speed Porter governors. 3-h.p. Vertical Steam Engine and Boiler combined, on metal base plate, cylinder 5Jin. diameter, 8in. stroke. A Grass Mower, Perfection, for two horses, 4ft. 3 in. right hand bar, enclosed malleable iron gearing. Chaff-cutter, No. 4x, rising month,* 9 Jin. wide, stop and reverse motions, and clutch gear for altering the length of cut. Corn Crusher, No. 4, fitted with safety springs to allow hard substances to pass without injury to the crushing surfaces. Turnip Pulper and Sheer combined, DX, with large hopper for both operations. Small assortment of Kitchen Ranges.
  • 574 Horsfall and Bickham, Bridgewater Works, Pendleton, Manchester. Samples of Wire Card Clothing. Hardened and Tempered Steel and Mild Steel Wire; round, flat, combined flat and round, double-convex, angle-pointed, and surface-ground. Combined flat and round angle-pointed, hardened, and tempered Steel Wire, set in natural indiarubber, woollen cloth, cotton cloth, and leather foundations. Samples of Foundations for Cards and of Pure Para Rubber, used in the manufacture of the same, viz., natural India rubber, vulcanised india-rubber, woollen cloth, cotton cloth, and cotton and felt cloths. Patent Slow Traversing Card Grinder, with automatic traversing motion. Models of Kennedy’s Patent Ladder-couplers, with model ladders.
  • 575 W. H. Bailey and Co., Albion Works, Salford. Patent Watchman’s Peg Block. Speed Indicators. Pressure Recorder for steam. Patent Water Works Recorder. Gas Pressure Indicator. Rotary Piston Water Meter (Pitt’s patent). Sugden’s Patent Plunger Displacement Lubricator. Sandringham Hand Fire Pump, suitable for the landings of private residences, hotels, works, and warehouses. Bailey’s Patent Wire Tester, Government pattern. In testing wire by this machine the tensile strength is indicated by means of the dead weight of a column of mercury, which remains fixed in position when the specimen is broken; the column of mercury is slowly permitted to go back to zero, when a small back-pressure valve is lifted from its seat. Some important improvements have been made in this instrument at the suggestion of Professor Unwin. Cement Tester. Ingram and Stapfer’s Patent Oil Tester. Professor Thurston’s Patent Torsional Autographic Material of Construction Tester. Bailey’s Patent Yarn Tester. Thurston’s Patent Oil Tester, railway pattern. An Assortment of Testers for materials of construction. An Assortment of Sight-feed Lubricators for steam engine cylinders and steam hammers, Bailey’s patent and others. Baird’s Patent Sight-feed Lubricators. Baird’s Patent Sight Drop Oilers for heavy bearings, &c. An Assortment of Brass Fittings for locomotives, including Threlfall’s Patent Slide- bar Lubricators and Oilers. An Assortment of Bailey’s Test Pumps for locomotive, marine, and other boilers. Ashcroft’s Patent Low-water Alarms, and other Apparatus for indicating danger in boilers. An Assortment of Bailey’s Patent Copper Cap Fusible Plugs for preventing danger to boilers through low water. An Assortment of Platt’s and Wood’s Patent Fusible Plugs. Bailey’s Patent Scavenger Water Gauge Cocks for boilers. An Assortment of Marino Engine and Boiler Fittings. An Assortment of Boiler Fittings for steam tugs and launches. Greenhalgh’s Patent Reducing Valves. Locke’s Patent Reducing Valves. Aitken’s Patent Runaway Valves for steam engines and pumps. This valve can be set to stop the engine when it exceeds any given number of revolutions in case of break- downs, blowing out of a pipe joint, defect in the governors, breakage of a pipe, or any other accident. One may be seen at work on the Stationary Fire Engine. Model of the Exhibition Chimney, fitted with Bailey’s Tape Lightning Conductor. Model of Copper Ball on the central dome of the Exhibition, fitted with Bailey’s Lightning Conductor. Model of a Powder Magazine Lightning Conductor, as supplied for the Government powder magazines. An Assortment of Steam Cocks, Valves, Injectors, Steam Gauges, Pyrometers, Lubricators, and Oil Syphons. Holt’s Patent Cylinder Drain Valve. Bailey’s Patent Steam Trap. Kullig’s Patent Steam Trap. McCracken’s Patent Steam Trap. An Assortment of Grether’s Patent Grip Lock Unions for hose pipes. An Assortment of Patent Apparatus for Engine and Boiler Fittings, which will be fully described in the next edition of the Catalogue. Bailey and Duncan’s Patent Bell Catalogue Punch for checking tickets,
  • 576 Burys and Co., Limited, Regent and Philadelphia Works, Sheffield. Steel in various sections. Files and Rasps, Edge Tools, Carving and Sculptors’ tools. Machine Knives, Chaff Knives, Reapers’ Knives, Engineers’ Tools, Hammers, Saws, Patent Picks for road and railway work, stone getting, and coal mining; Rolled Steel Beater Plates for thrashing machines. Scythes, Strickles, Hay and Straw Knives, Reaping Hooks, Plough Plates, Sheep Shears, and general agricultural tools.
  • 577 William Gunther, Central Works, Oldham. Girard Turbine, with vertical shaft for a fall of 22ft. and 90h.-p. Turbine with horizontal shaft for a fall of 104ft. and 102h.-p. Turbine for a fall of 200ft., coupled with a 40-light dynamo. Suction Turbine, with horizontal shaft, and regulation for a fall of 50ft. and 27 h.-p. Turbine Governor. 30in. Blowing Fan. 12in. Blowing Fan. 17Jin. Exhaust and Blowing Fan. 4in. Centrifugal Pump. 2 in. Centrifugal Pump.
  • 577b John Heywood, Deansgate and Ridgefield, Manchester. Official Catalogue and Guides.
  • 578 Robert Watkinson, Gore-street Brass and Copper Works, New Bailey-street, Salford, Manchester. General Fire Extinguishing Appiiances. Instantaneous Hose Unions. Standpipes. Landing Valves. Branchpipes. Hose Ferrule for attaching unions to hose in place of wire wrapping. Chemical Extincteurs. Canvas Hose Pipes. Leather Hose Pipes. Rubber Lined Hose Pipes, &c.
  • 580 George Thomas and Co., 28, Deansgate, Manchester. Double-geared Universal Milling Machine, with three-speed cone. making six changes of speed. Spindle will carry arbor projecting 20in. The spiral bed can be set at angles of 35° each way, from centre line of spindle, and fed automatically 1Gin., taking also 16in. between centres, and will swing 11in. Horizontal movement of spiral clamp bed G^yin., and the vertical movement below spindle centres is 10in. Fitted up complete.
  • 581 Hamilton Woods and Co., Liver Foundry, Salford, Manchester. Feed Water Heater. Street Standpost, with outlets, screwed to brigade gauge, complete with sluice valve and frost valve combined. Valve Hydrant. Screw Hydrant. Landing Hydrant, with gun metal outlet, screwed to brigade gauge. Ball Hydrant. Sluice Valve, with spigot and socket ends.
  • 582 Walter T. Glover and Co., Salford, Manchester; and 10, Hatton Garden, London, E. C. Electric Lighting: Examples of Wire and Cable variously insulated for general electric lighting purposes. Concentric Cables for electric lighting on board ship and for use with secondary generators or transformers. Multiple Cables, for secondary generators or transformers. Non-inflammable and other Flexible Cords for electric lamps. Examples of Joints for Electric Light Cables. Examples of the whole of the Wire and Cable used in the Fine Arts and Old Manchester and Salford Sections of the present Exhibition. Examples of the Wire and Cable used in private house installations, supplied for the Jubilee House in the Botanical Gardens. Telephonic example case of Submarine Telegraph Cables. Examples of Overhead and Underground Cables. Old Telegraph Pole, showing insulators, shackles, &c., from an early date. Telegraph Wire, insulated and bare, as now used. Patent Telephone Cables, for preventing induction, also examples of the progress made in the manufacture of anti-induction telephone cables. Telephone Wire of all classes. Patent Wire Gauge, gives five direct readings on every wire measured, viz., legal number, diameter in inch, diameter in millimetre, square inch area, and carrying capacity in amperes.
  • 583 Pearson and Bennion, Union Works, Blue Boar-lane, Leicester. Eccentric Sole Cutting Presses. Acme Lift Cutter. Acme Embossing Machine. Pair of 25in. Leather Rollers. Bench Embossing Machine. Self-feeding Eyeletting Machine. Eyelet Machine. Punching Machine. Link Cutting Machine for Leather Belting. Wax Thread Sewing Machines. Mill Band Sewing Machine. Cotton Belt Sewing Machine. Beading Machine. Assorted Sample or Model Lasts. Assorted Knives.
  • 584 Henry Pooley and Son, Albion Foundry, Liverpool; and Fennel-street, Manchester. Single Hopper Grain Weigher. Elevator, driven by an Otto gas engine. Self-indicating Pit Bank and other Weighing Machines. Models of Ancient and Modern Weighbridges. New Printing Steel-yard. Examples of Weighing Apparatus without loose weights. Various Designs and Patterns of Weighing Machines.
  • 585 David Hart and Co., North London Iron Works, Wenlock-road. City-road, London, N. Self-indicating Weighing Machines, without loose weights, for fixing in the ground or floor. Portable Weighing Machines. Platform Weighing Machines. Butchers’ Weighing Machines.
  • 586 Edward Wood, Red Bank Works, Manchester. Assortment of Ventilating Apparatus, suitable for all purposes.
  • 587 Thomas and John Taylor, 31 and 33, Manchester-street, Oldham; 31, South Corridor, Royal Exchange, Manchester. Examples of Crucible Steel Castings. Samples of Files, Saws, and Edge Tools. Chimneypieces in Statuary, St. Ann’s, Black and Rouge Marbles. Tiled Register Grates. Hand-painted Tile Hearths and Panels. Fenders in brass, and brass and black and tiles. Fire Brasses. Fireiron Rests. Fire Screens. Kitchen Ranges. Gas Chandeliers. Hall Lamps and Brackets. Oil Chandeliers. Hall Lamps, Brackets, and Table Lamps.
  • 588 Newton, Chambers and Co., Limited, Thorncliffe Iron Works, near Sheffield; and Grosvenor Buildings, Deansgate, Manchester. Thornclifle Patent Cooking Range. Yorkshire Improved Cooking Range. Leamington Improved Cooking Range. Grill Stove. Steam Cooking Apparatus. Ornamental Heating Apparatus. Stable Fittings. Garden Rollers. Lamp Posts. Palisading. Staircase Banisters. Gutters, Pipes, &c. Miscellaneous Collection of Iron Goods. Oak Chimneypiece, with overmantel. Set of Marble Slips for ditto. Brass and Real Bronze Register Grate. Tile Hearth for ditto. Polished Brass Kerb with Real Bronze Figures. Set Fire Brasses to match. Pair Brass Dogs for ditto. Brass Stop for ditto. Rosewood Chimneypiece, with overmantel. Set Marble Slips for ditto. Polished Brass Register Grate for ditto, with hand- painted tiled sides. Tile Hearth to match. Polished Brass Kerb to match. Set Fire Brasses to match. Pair Polished Brass Dogs to match. Polished Brass Stop to match. Decorated Iron Chimney piece, with overmantel. Black and Brass Tiled Register Grate Tile Hearth to match. Electro-bronzed Kerb to match. Set Fire Brasses to match. Pair Polished Brass Dogs. Polished Brass Stop. Chimneypiece, in brown brocatilla, green and black marble. Black and Brass Register Grate to match. Tile Hearth to match. Black and Brass Curb to match. Set Polished Brass Fire Brasses to match. Pair Polished Brass Dogs. Polished Brass Stop. Numidian Red and Black Marble Chimneypiece. Polished Brass Register Grate to match. Tile Hearth to match. Polished Brass Kerb to match. Set Polished Brass Fire Brasses to match. Pair Polished Brass Dogs to match. Polished Brass Stop. An assortment of Fire Brasses, Dogs, Wood Coal Vases, &c.
  • 589 John Port, Mill-street, Ancoats, Manchester. Burglar and Fireproof Safes, with double and single doors.
  • 590 Charles Walmsley, Atlas Iron Works, Bury. Single-throw Challenge Fire Pump, with 10in. bucket and 14in. steam cylinder. Paper Makers’ Stuff and Water Pump — stuff pump. 8in. bore; water pump, 10in. bore, 15in. stroke. 6in. Double-acting Vertical Boiler Feed Pump, with 10in. steam cylinder, 15in. stroke.
  • 591 Chubb and Son's Lock and Safe Co., Limited, Cross-street, Manchester; also Liverpool, Wolverhampton, Bombay, Melbourne, &c.; chief warehouse, 128, Queen Victoria-street, London. Chubbs’ complete Banker’s Strong Room and Equipment. A full-sized steel strong room is arranged so as to show Chubbs’ patented methods of erecting their steel walls, strengthened externally by steel angle ribs. Vestibule is closed by Chubbs’ hard steel massive banker’s door, secured by Chubbs’ patent diagonal bolts, which are controlled by two Chubbs’ new patent gunpowder and acid proof locks. On each side sections of masonry illustrate their various systems of building the exterior surrounding walls. The vestibule is closed in day-time by Chubbs’ patent self-locking grills. The interior, lit by electricity, consists of outer strong room, for papers, boxes, &c., and inner room, containing a bullion treasury, with all necessary shelving and appliances. Chubbs’ Fire-resisting Doors, as selected by the Executive, and approved by the Insurance Companies for protecting all the openings of the Fine Art Galleries, Refreshment-rooms, &c. Chubbs’ Diamond and Jewel Cage, for displaying jewels or precious stones by day and securing them against fire and thieves by night, without the possibility of access by operating the mechanism unless owner is present. Chubbs’ Patent Hardened-steel Safes, in every variety and quality, for fire or burglar resistance, or both, as used throughout the Exhibition for the Executive offices. Chubbs’ Detector Locks, Latches, and Padlocks, Chubbs’ new patented make of cheap, good House Locks, as fitted throughout the Exhibition.
  • 592 Chatwood’s Patent Safe and Lock Co., Limited, 11, Cross-street, Manchester. Banker’s Steel Strong Room. Banker’s Strong Room Door and Frame. Intersected Steel Safe. An assortment of Fire, Fall, and Burglar Proof Safes. An assortment of Invincible Locks, &c. Carriage Door Locks for Railways, &c
  • 593 Herbert Fordsmith, Hadfield-street Works, Cornbrook, Manchester. Adjustable Pedestals. Patent Adjustable Hangers. Adjustable Wall Bracket. Concentric Coupling. Various Steel Keys and Taper Pins. Photographic Rolling Presses.
  • 594 Hans Renold, Green-lane, Brook-street, Manchester. Renold’s Patent High-speed Steel Driving Chains.
  • 596 H. B. Barlow and Co., Cornbrook Works, Chester-road, Manchester. Wire Healds for weaving, and shafts for the same. Expanding Mandrels for lathe and other machine work. Face-plate Expanding Mandrels to dispense with ack centre support.
  • 597 F. Fordsmith, Ordsal Hall Iron Works, Ordsal-lane, Salford. Assortment of Engineers’ Highly-finished Bolts, Nuts, Screws, Studs, &c.
  • 598 Milners' Safe Co., Limited, 28, Market-street, Manchester. Banker’s Strong Room Door, Lobby, and Grille. Banker’s Safes. Fire-resisting Safe; do. fitted with a chronometer time lock. Cash Safe. Plate Safe (not fire resisting). Jewellery Safe, fitted with mahogany drawers and sliding trays lined with velvet. A selection of Milners’ Japanned Cash, Paper, and Deed Boxes.
  • 599 George Price's Safe, Lock, and Engineering Co., Limited, Cleveland Safe and Lock Works, Wolver- hampton; Blakemore Foundry, Wednesbury; and 46, Corporation-street, Manchester. A 72in. Double Door Commercial Safe, with bullion coffre. Jewel and Cash Safe. Treble-bodied Diamond Safe. A Banker’s Safe, and Safes for all purposes. Copying Press Stand. Hoist Protector. Heating Apparatus. Mixing Mill and Distilling Apparatus. Locks, Keys, &c.
  • 600 Bolckow, Vaughan and Co., Limited, Middlesbrough-on-Tees. Samples of Coal, Coke, Limestone, Cleveland Ironstone, Hematite, Manganiferous and Manganese Ores. Cleveland, Basic, and Hematite Pig Iron. Spiegeleisen, Ferro-Manganese, and Silico-Ferro-Manganese. Steel Ingots. Blooms. Billets. Bound and Square Bars. Double-headed, Bull-headed, Flange, and Bridge Bails. Sleepers and Sleeper Keys. Fish Plates. Sole Plates. Ship, Boiler, and Bridge Plates. Angles. Bulb Angles. Bulbs and Girders. Crucible and other Steel Castings. Salt. Fire Bricks. Ground Basic Slag for manure.
  • 601 Robert and John Dempster, Gas Plant Works, Newton Heath, Manchester. Model of Wrought-iron Retort-house Roof, 90ft. span. Model Wrought-iron Web Plate Girder. Model of Wrought-iron Lattice Girder. Model of Complete Sulphate of Ammonia-making Plant. Model of Patent Centre Valve for working gas purifiers. Model of Two Gas Scrubbers, 12ft. diameter by 50ft. high, for extracting ammonia. Model of Water and Ammoniacal Liquor Distributors for gas scrubbers. Model of Annular Condensers for cooling gas. Model of Self-sealing Retort Mouthpieces. Combined Engine and Rotary Gas Exhauster, with pump, and two 6in. disc valves, complete, to pass 5,000 cubic feet of gas per hour. Combined Engine and Reciprocating Gas Exhauster, to pass 4,000 feet per hour. Gas Exhauster Governor for regulating steam or compensator. Gas Exhauster Flap Bye-pass Valve. Self-sealing Betort Mouthpiece. Coke-breaking Machine. Framed Drawings and Photographic Views.
  • 602 Hadfield’s Steel Foundry Co., Hecla Steel Casting Works, Sheffield. Cast-steel Castings of every description for Engineering purposes, Railways, Tramways, Shipbuilders, Rolling Mills, Hydraulic Engineers, Gearing of all classes. Dredging, War Material, Collieries, Mines, Quarries, Bailway Contractors, &c., comprising. Engineering, &c.: Steel castings to take the place of expensive steel and wrought-iron forgings, crossheads, cranks, and traction-engine gearing. Railways: Engine wheel centres up to 8ft. dia. (plain or cast with crank bosses and balance weights), motion plates, roof staybars, horn blocks, axle boxes and slides, crossheads, piston blocks, buffer boxes, cranks and crank pins, tumbler shafts, points, crossings, dome-rings, manholes, light platelayers’ trolley, wheels and axles, cast-steel crossings, &c. Tramways: Patent Hecla wheels, tram engine wheels, points, crossings, &c. Shipbuilders: Cranks, levers, crossheads, propeller blades, nuts, couplings, and other marine castings. Rolling Mills: Helical pinions, gearing, anvils, spindles, tups, &c. Hydraulic Engineers: Cast-steel press cylinders and rams of all kinds, either in rough or finished, complete ready for use, up to 22ft. in length, to stand any desired pressure; glands, pumps, press plates, doors, cheeks, rivetters, hobs, &c. Gearing: Every description of spur, bevel, mitre, pinion, segment and worm gearing, with straight or helical teeth, machine moulded by patent machinery, or from full patterns. Dredgers: Hadfield’s patent bucket, cast complete; also built-up buckets, bored and bushed complete; dredger backs, lips, links, tumblers, bars, pins, mouthpieces, bushes, gearing, &c. The cast-steel dredger buckets, exhibited by the kind permission of J. Garlick, Esq., C.E., Preston, are those now being used in dredging the Preston Canal, and are similar to what will be required in dredging for the proposed Manchester Ship Canal. War Material: Patent cast-steel projectiles, gun carriage castings, common and shrapnel shells. One of our patent cast projectiles for 9-2in. breech-loading gun is exhibited, which has penetrated 24|in. of wrought iron, passing completely through a 16Jin. Cammell wrought-iron armour plate, 2ft. of wood, and 8Jin. into a second wrought-iron plate placed behind. The projectile was practically uninjured. Also a 6in. projectile, which has passed through an 8in. wrought-iron plate, and was so little injured that it could be put into the gun and fired again. There are also exhibited two 9'2in. common shells (Hadfield’s patent), as now being supplied to Her Majesty’s Government. Collieries, Mines, Contractors, &c.: Wheels and axles, pedestals, rollers, pulleys, cage guides, points, crossings, &c. Wheels and axles fitted by Hadfield’s patent system for contractors’ wagons, light railways, stamp shoes and dies, tappets, cams, levers, &c. Registered angle sheaves for carrying ropes round curves. Registered self-oiling rollers and frames, patent self-oiling wheels, barrow wheels, &c. Shavings from unhammered steel castings, models of dredger buckets, colliery requisites, &c. A pair of steel wheels and axles, which, after falling down a shaft 1,770ft. deep, are only slightly bent.
  • 603 Smith and Coventry, Limited, Gresley Iron Works, Ordsal Lane, Salford, Manchester. Tighe Hamilton’s Patent Wheel Cutting Machine. Jadosky’s Patent Cigarette Machine. Thorne’s Patent Portable Drilling Machine. Smith and Coventry’s Patent Twist Drill Grinding Machine. Smith and Coventry’s Patent Capstan Rest Chasing Lathe, 6in. centres. Smith and Coventry’s Patent Capstan Rest Chasing Lathe, 10in. centres. Cooper’s Patent Brass Finisher’s Lathe. Double-geared Universal Milling Machine. Longitudinal Milling Machine. Circular Saw, for cold iron. High-speed Press Drilling Machine. Surface Plates, Straight Edges, Twist Drills. Milling Cutters, Cylindrical Gauges and Samples of Work.
  • 604 Charles L. Baker and Co., Cornbrook Telegraph Works, Worsley-street, Egerton-street, Hulme, Manchester. Electric Light Fittings. Electric Bells and Indicators. Telephone Apparatus. Testing and Railway Telegraph Instruments. Lightning Conductor Fittings. Philosophical Apparatus.
  • 605 L. Sterne and Co., Limited, The Crown Iron Works, North Woodside-road, Glasgow. Tool Grinder. Universal Emery Grinder. Emery Grinder. Tool Grinder, with attachment for grinding twist drills. Assortment of Emery Wheels. Assortment of Spiral Springs, and Sterne’s patent Volute and Compound Rubber Springs. Case of Articles showing work done by Emery Wheels.
  • 606 Charles Topham Archer, Albion Works, Cloudsley Place, Liverpool-road, London. Sausage and Mincing Machines, various sizes. Coffee and Wheat Mills. Patent Potato Masher and Fruit Presser. Presses and Appliances for manufacturing the above patented presser.
  • 607 William Buckley and Co., Patent Piston Works, Millsands, Sheffield. Buckley’s Patent Compound, Compensating, Metallic Pistons and Packings.
  • 608 The Unbreakable Pulley Co., Ogden-street, Ardwick, Manchester. Wrought-iron Pulleys, Bushes, and Wells’ Lamps.
  • 609 Schaffer and Budenberg, 1, Southgate, St. Mary's-street, Manchester. Collection of Steam Pressure, Vacuum, and Hydraulic Gauges of various kinds. Injectors, Governors, Engine Indicators, Counters, Tachometers, Low Water Alarms, Steam Traps, Lubricators, Brass and Iron Valves, Test Pumps, Pulsometers, and General Engine and Boiler Fittings.
  • 610 J. Hopkinson and Co., Britannia Works, Huddersfield. Corrugated Copper Cylinders. Patent Torpedo Washer. Corrugated Copper and Brass Tubes, Valves, and Taps.
  • 611 Nasmyth, Wilson and Co., Limited, Bridgewater Foundry, Patricroft, near Manchester. Patent Six Cylinder Horizontal Direct-acting Hydraulic Pumping Engines. Cast-steel Bottom Cylinder for Patent Compound Vertical Cotton Press. Cast-iron Ram with gun-metal shoe for Patent Compound Vertical Cotton Press. Cast-steel Cylinder for Patent Finishing Cotton Press. Cast-iron Ram with gun-metal shoe for Patent Finishing Cotton Press. Wrought-iron Column with nuts for Patent Finishing Cotton Press. Vertical Drilling and Boring Machine. Model of Patent Compound Vertical Cotton Press.
  • 613 Seebohm and Dieckstahl, Dannemora Steel Works, Sheffield. Case containing Bars and Fractures of Swedish Iron, Blister Steel, and Crucible Cast Steel, for engineers’ and other tools, &c. The fractures show the appearance of the various descriptions of steel according to the percentage of carbon, &c. Also Fractures of Self-hardening and other special Steels. Spiral Springs, Saws, Tools.
  • 614 Thorsten Nordenfelt, M.Inst.C.E., 53, Parliament- street, London, S.W. Samples of Wrought-iron Castings and Steel Castings, finished and unfinished, made by the Mitis process.
  • 615 Joseph Raynor and Sons, Cambridge Iron Works, Oldham. Swivel Incline Card Engine, Roller, and Cotton Lap Carriage. Swivel Cotton Lap Carriage. Straight Card Engine Roller Carriage. Swivel Cotton Can Carriage. Emery Roller Carriage. Spinning-room or Cellar Carriage. Model of Double Tramway Point. Small Condensing Steam Engine, 2 cylinders, 4in. stroke.
  • 616 E. Jagger and Co., Tomlinson-street Works, Ashton-road, Oldham. Portable Cop Tubing Apparatus. Pickford and Jagger’s Patent Spindle Footstep Protector.
  • 616 John Swailes and Sons, Oldham Cop Tube Works, Moorhey, Oldham. Paper and other Tubes used in textile manufacture and Patent Apparatus for placing them on the spindles of all kinds of spinning and doubling machinery.
  • 617 The Steel Company of Scotland, Limited; offices 150, Hope-street, Glasgow; works, Hallside and Blochairn, Glasgow. Samples of Boiler, Ship, and Bridge Plates, Angles, Tees, Beams, and other sections. Rails for permanent way and tramways. Steel Castings and Forgings. Reeled Bars. Flanged and Welded Boiler Plates. Eye-bar Blanks for bridges. Bridge Plates, with rolled edges, &c.
  • 618 James Stott and Co., 10, Market Place, Manchester. The Vernon Patent Combined Gas Governor and Stop Valve. Test-holders for experimental purposes. Gas Consumption Indicators. Gas Pressure Gauges. Gas Leakage Indicators. Test Meters. Gas Lamps and Burners. Semi-rotary Pressure Pumps. Gas and Steam Cocks and Fittings.
  • 619 The Electric Portable Battery and Gas Igniting Co. Limited, Clegg's Court, Salford, Manchester. Patent Dynamo Electric Gas Lighters. Electric Bells, from 2Jin. to 6in. gongs, continuous action, and ordinary Leclanche, Bunsen, bichromate, and patent chloride of silver hermetically-sealed Batteries. Electric Indicators, Court Sets, consisting of bell, battery, wire and push, self-contained Switches, one to four way. Wood, China, Brass, and Pear Pushes. Assortment of Wires for bell and electric light purposes. Induction Coils, self-contained, with sealed batteries for medical use, in miscellaneous sizes. Show Bottles of Chemicals, as used in electric batteries. Induction Coils, Electric Cigar Lighters, Miniature Electric Bath for medical purposes, Galvanometers, Magneto-electric Machines and Dynamo-electric Machines for lighting. Also a 250-light Dynamo in Dynamo House. Clock Motors.
  • 620 Thomas Firth and Sons, Limited, Norfolk Works, Savile-street East, Sheffield. 100-ton Gun, muzzle part. 16cm. Gun Tube. 90mm. Gun Tube. Gun Jacket. Gun Ring. Gun Ring. Large Trunnion. Small Trunnion. 9.2in. Projectile. 100-ton Gun Projectile. Locomotive Crank Axle. Piston Rod. Large Screw Propeller Blade. Three-blade Screw Propeller. Pivot Plate. Transom. Paddle Centre. Hydraulic Cylinder. Wheel Centre. Toothed Wheel Tyre. Toothed Wheel. Tramway Car Wheels and Axle. Tramcar Wheel fitted. Tramcar Wheel unfitted. Tramcar Wheel Tyre polished. Steel Turnings. Case containing Saws. Cases con- taining Files, Edge Tools, and Specimens of Steel.
  • 621 Gresham and Craven and The Vacuum Brake Co., Limited, Craven Iron Works, Manchester; and 32, Queen Victoria-street, London, E.C. The Vacuum Automatic Continuous Brake and Passenger Communication for Railway Trains. Gresham’s Patent Self-acting Re-starting Injectors, Exhaust Injectors, Combination Vacuum Ejectors, Water Lifters and Ejectors, &c. Holt and Gresham’s Patent Steam Sanding Apparatus for Locomotives. Gresham’s Patent Combination Steam and Feed Valves for Injectors and Ejectors. Holt’s Patent Feed Pipe for Locomotives.
  • 622 The Staffordshire Steel and Ingot Iron Co. Limited, Bilston, Staffordshire. Pig Iron. Ingots. Blooms. Billets. Bars. Plates and Sheets of Soft Steel or Ingot Iron, with Finished Articles made therefrom. Slag or Cinder produced in the process of making pig iron into soft steel.
  • 623 John Henry Andrew and Co., Toledo Steel Works, Sheffield. Tempering Steel, in bars, sheets, ingots, billets and forgings. Files. Hammers. Carriage and road conveyance Springs. Carriage and road conveyance Axles.
  • 624 John Crowley and Co., Corporation-street, Manchester; and Meadow Hall Iron Works, Sheffield. Malleable Castings showing various kinds manufactured by the exhibitors. Weston’s Patent Direct Differential Pulley Block complete with chain. Assortment of Knight’s Patent Knife and Fork Cleaners and Knife Sharpeners. Weston’s Patent Tubular Roller Bearings in six sizes. Samuel Edwards’s Patent Duplex Safety Lever Chaff Cutter, No. 6e, by which the user is secured against accident in working. Samuel Edwards’s Patent Invincible Lawn Mowers, 10in., with wood rollers to work either in front or at back of revolving cutters. Samuel Edwards’s Improved Lawn Mower The Victor, 12in., with wood handle. Wheel Barrow with malleable cast-iron framework and sheet-iron sides and bottom. Sundry Castings used in connection with Textile Machinery. Malleable Iron Warping and Loom Beam Flanges. Harris’s Patent Fasteners for connecting strapping. Wood Bobbins provided with Patent Metal Protectors for roving and slubbing frames.
  • 625 Joseph Webb and Co., Irwell Forge and Rolling Mills, Bury, Lancashire. Single-throw Bent Cranks. Double-throw Bent Engine Crank. Double-throw Bent Pump Crank. Treble-throw Bent Engine Crank. Four-throw Bent Pumps. Single-throw Bent Loom Cranks. Single-throw Bent Square Cranks. Specimens of Roller Iron, turned, fluted, and finished. Specimens of Socket Iron, turned and finished. Specimens of Scrap Iron.
  • 626 Ebbw Vale Steel, Iron and Coal Co., Limited, Ebbw Yale, Monmouthshire. Rail and Fishplate Sections. Sleepers and Rail Joints. Pig Iron. Puddled Iron. Bar Iron. Coke. Bricks, ornamental and plain.
  • 627 James and Frederick Howard, Britannia Iron Works, Bedford. Specimen of Patent Portable Railway, 24in. gauge, 14lb. rails. Tipping Wagon. Specimens of Sleepers for permanent and portable railways.
  • 628 Howell and Co., Brook Steel Works and Sheffield Tube Works, Sheffield. Howell’s Tool Steel. Bright-drawn Steel Sharting. S. E. Howell’s Patent Blind Action for railway carriage and other window blinds. Electro Copper-coated Steel Tubes. Copper and Brass Cased Steel Tubes. Vacuum Brake Tube and Fittings. Tuyere and Heating Coils. Well-boring Tubes. Cold-drawn Steel Tubes for boilers, bicycles, and tricycles. Tubes for hydraulic rams.
  • 629 The Bolton Iron and Steel Co., Limited, Bolton, Lancashire. Weldless Steel Angle Ring, for jointing boiler barrels on to tube or end plates. Weldless Steel Flat Hoop, for joining barrel plates of boilers. Weldless Steel Expansion Rings, for boiler flues. Welded Steel Boiler Flue, with expansion rings. Weldless Steel Angle Ring, for boiler domes. Cast-steel Bases and Stand Pipes, for boilers. Warp Beam, with patent steel flanges. Stamped Steel Hemisphere, for submarine mines. Steel Crank Axle, which has worked for nearly 19 years, and run 526,185 miles. Cast-steel Wheel, for locomotive engine. Models of Patent Girders.
  • 630 Leeds Forge Co., Limited, Leeds. Fox’s Patent Corrugated Boiler Furnace Flues. Leeds Forge Siemens Mild Steel Plates for boiler purposes. Fox’s Pressed and Flanged Parts of Boilers. Weldless Steel Parts of High-pressure Boilers. Specimens of Leeds Forge Siemens Mild Steel. Fox’s Patent Flanged Frame Plates, for rolling-stock.
  • 631 The Ashbury Railway Carriage and Iron Co., Limited, Openshaw, Manchester. Hopper Wagon, which unloads through the bottom by means of self-closing doors. Pair Railway Carriage Wheels and Axles, Man- sell’s patent, with patent locking keys, teak wood centres, one wheel having a wrought-iron hydraulic pressed boss and the other a cast-iron boss. Pair of Mansell’s Wheels and Axles, suitable for tram-cars. Pair of Solid Wrought-iron Hydraulic-pressed Railway Wagon Wheels and Axles.
  • 632 Askham Brothers and Wilson, Limited, Yorkshire Steel Engineering Works and Crucible Steel Foundry, Sheffield. Centrifugal Pulveriser. Mumford Moodie’s Patent Separator. Patent Automatic Fixed Points and Rolled Steel Heelplates for Tram-ways. Crucible Steel Movable Points and Crossings. Crucible Steel Castings for engineers, marine, and colliery purposes. Show Case containing Samples and Fractures of Cast Steel. Samples of Material treated in the Pulveriser.
  • 633 Francis William Webb, C.E., London and North Western Railway, Crewe. F. W. Webb’s Inside Carriage Handle. This handle is placed inside the carriage; it is not fitted to the door like the outside handle, but to the door frame, and is placed high up out of the reach of children; to open the door the handle is simply pulled down-wards, and does not in any way interfere with the outside handle; it can be thrown out of action from the outside if desired by the officer in charge of the train. High-pressure Engine designed by Richard Trevethick about 1803-9, and made by Hazeldine and Co., of Bridgenorth; working pressure, 60lb per square inch. This engine was found at Hereford in a dismantled state by Mr. F. W. Webb, of Crewe, in 1883, and purchased as scrap iron; the parts were taken to Crewe and put together as now seen; some of them were unfortunately found to be broken; these were pieced and a few missing parts were restored, and made to accord as nearly as possible with the illustration in the Life of Trevethick. Full Size Model of the Rocket. This model, made at Crewe Works, represents the original engine as it appeared when it competed for the prize of £500 offered by the directors of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway Company, at Rainhill, in 1829; the engine weighed, in working order, 4 tons 3 cwt.; it ran at the rate of 12J miles per hour with a load equivalent to three times its weight, and when taking a carriage and passengers it travelled at the rate of 24 miles per hour. The Rocket now at South Kensington represents the engine as subsequently altered.
  • 634 The Ashbury Railway Carriage and Iron Co., Openshaw, Manchester. Reversible Tramcar for two horses, to carry 17 inside passengers and 21 outside. The outside seats are placed transversely, commonly known as garden seats. The car turns round upon a bogie frame. Iron Tipping Wagon.
  • 635 Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Co., Hunt’s Bank, Manchester. Invalid Saloon Railway Carriage, 32ft. long by 8ft. wide, fitted with invalid bed and other equipments. Models and Drawings of early Railway Carriages and Brake, and Model of Patent Axle Box.
  • 636 Sharp, Stewart and Co., Limited, Atlas Works, Manchester. Eight-wheels-coupled Consolidation Locomotive Goods Engine and Tender, for 1 metre gauge.
  • 637 Beyer, Peacock and Co., Gorton Foundry, Manchester. Four-wheels-coupled Inside Cylinder. Express Passenger Locomotive Engine and Tender. Small Four-wheels-coupled Outside Cylinder Locomotive Engine, Dot, gauge 1ft. 6 in., specially constructed for working on tramways in yards and workshops, and also adapted for tail rope shunting of ordinary railway wagons, &c.
  • 638 Francis William Webb, C.E., London and North Western Railway, Crewe. Model of Rocket and Tender, as originally designed by Robert Stephenson, and as they appeared at Rainhill in 1829, when competing for the prize of £500 offered by the Directors of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway, prior to the opening of the line.
  • 639 Francis William Webb, C.E., London and North Western Railway, Crewe. Compound Goods, Side Tank Locomotive, with two high-pressure cylinders, 14in. diameter 24in. stroke, and one low-pressure Cylinder 30in. diameter by 24in. stroke, driving wheels 5ft. 2Jin. diameter. Duplex Reversing Gear for compound engine, by which both high and low pressure engines may be reversed together or separately, and any degree of expansion obtained as required. Bent Steel Crank for low-pressure cylinder of compound engines. Working Model to J scale of Webb’s three-cylinder compound express passenger engine. Steel Wheels and other Castings made at Crewe Works. Webb’s Steel Permanent Way, with Ramsbottom water trough attached, as used on the L. and N.-W. Railway. Standard Signal and Interlocking Gear, as used on the L and N.-W. Railway, and Key Locking for small stations; also Electric Locking and Repeating Instruments. Model to J scale of Standard 42ft. Carriage, with Webb’s system of radial wheelbase, as used on the L. and N.-W. Railway. Railway Carriage Door and Frame fitted with Webb’s arrangement of inside handle, for opening the door from the inside. A Series of Photographs showing types of engines and places of interest on the L. and N.-W. Railway.
  • 640 Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Co., Hunt’s Bank, Manchester. Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Express Bogie Passenger Engine and Tender, fitted with Automatic Vacuum Brake, four wheels coupled, 6ft. diam. on tread, bogie wheels, 3ft. OJin. diam. on tread, cylinders 17 Jin. by 26in., heating surface, 1,031 square ft.
  • 642 Nasmyth, Wilson and Co., Limited, Bridgewater Foundry, Patricroft, near Manchester. Locomotive Tank Engine, four wheels coupled, with four-wheel bogie, 3ft. 6in. gauge. Open Standard Steam Hammer (20cwt.), fitted with self-acting and hand motion. Model of Patent Convertible Wagon. Model of Blowing Engines.
  • 644 Albion Iron Works Co., Rugeley, Staffordshire. Vertical Steam Engine, 4h.p., 5|in. cylinder, and Vertical Cross-tube Boiler, mounted on water tank base. Horizontal Steam Engine, 4h.p., 6 Jin. C 3 dinder, fitted with high-speed governor. Crushing and Grinding Mill, with chilled cast-iron cylinder and concave, fitted with self-acting safety lever, patented adjustment and feed appliance. Chilled Cast-iron Grooved Roller and Breast, for grinding and crushing purposes.
  • 645 Isaac Storey and Sons, Knott Mill, Manchester. Range of Colour-mixing Pans, with stirring gear, for calico printers. Set of Colour Measures and Scopes in Copper. Gun-metal Shell and other Castings. Speed Indicators. Engine Indicators. Pressure Gauges. Gun-metal Steam Valves and Cocks. Engine and Boiler Fittings. Cast-iron Steam and Water Valves.
  • 646 Alexander Oldham and Sons, Johnson Brook Patent Piston Works, Dukinfield. Weldless Steel Coil Piston Springs. Air Pump Buckets. Pistons Complete.
  • 647 Ince Forge Company, Wigan. Long Pin Crank Shaft (Marine), in iron, forged with open sweep, pin drawn under hammer. Connecting Rod, Marine, forged from Siemens-Martin ingot steel. End for Hollow Built-up Crank Shaft, forged from Siemens-Martin ingot steel.
  • 648 Perkins, Son, and Barrett, The Forge, Bradford, Yorks. Wrought-iron Split Pulleys. Patent Pulleys for double drives. Turned Iron and Steel Shafting and Couplings. Bearings of various descriptions, and different varieties of Fixings for millwright work.
  • 649 Astbury and Co., Engineers, 9, Albert Square, Manchester. 5Jin. centre Self-acting Foot Lathe, Standard Pattern, of new design. The headstock is fitted with hardened and ground steel spindle, with conical bearings, and Clement’s driver; sliding and screw-cutting arrangement, with guide-screw and 22 change wheels; also self-acting surfacing motion by back shaft; treadle motion, with crank working on hardened steel centres. All the gear wheels are machine-cut, from solid blanks. The lathe has a gap bed 5ft. long, admitting 27in. between the centres, and 18in. diameter in the gap. Usual accessories are provided. 7jin. Centre Self-Acting Lathe. The headstock has a steel spindle with conical bearings and Clement’s driver, guide-screw and 22 change-wheels; also self-acting sliding and surfacing by back shaft, the various motions being controlled from front to the saddle. Top driving apparatus with two sets of pulleys, and usual accessories are provided. All gear-wheels have the teeth cut from solid. The gap bed is 8ft. long, admitting 4ft. 9 in. between centres, 25in. diameter in the gap.
  • 650 Glenfield Co., Limited, East Shaw-street, Kilmarnock. Water Meter Pressure Recorder Alarm for detecting bursts in water mains. Drinking Fountain and Patent Self-closing Tap. Sluice Valves. Patent Ball Valve. Spindle Hydrant and Branch Pipe. Fire Cock. Stand Pipe and Hose. Lock Surface Box and Fountains; and a number of Photos.
  • 651 Lloyd and Lloyd, Albion Tube Works, Birmingham. Gas Tubes. Galvanised Tubes. Steam Tubes from Jin. to 4in. Boiler Tubes, made in wrought iron, steel, and homogeneous metal, and lap-welded. Elbows, Nipples, &c., of various sizes. Short Pieces of Screwed Tube, and also Special Tubes and Fittings of various shapes. Boiler Tubes with copper ends. Hydraulic Fittings. Samples of Homogeneous Metal Tubes, crushed, to show^ the quality of the metal. Steel Fittings for Boring Rods. Artesian Well-boring Tubes, flush joint and swelled joint. Steel Boring Rod, with cutting crown and core extractor. Stay Tubes, with back nuts. Hydraulic Tube, with hexagon socket, ends of tubes coned and faced. Boiler Tube, which has been flattened in parts under steam hammer to show quality of iron. Solid Bottom Cock, as used for steam and water, with both iron and brass plugs. Main Cocks. Coils of various descriptions. Boiler Tubes, wdth one end welded up, as used for Field’s patent boilers. Reservoirs for Gas or Air, with ends welded in by Lloyd and Lloyd’s patent process. Norton’s Patent Well Tube, with pointed end for driving into ground.
  • 660 The Patent Paraffin Gas Lighting Co., Limited, 12, Washington-street, Glasgow. Oil Gas Works in full operation, showing the gas being made from paraffin oil or petroleum. The gas, which is 60 candle-power, is shown burning in a dark room, with practical demonstrations of the light as compared with the Manchester coal gas, also shown burning under pressure.
  • 661 A. C. Wells and Co., Ogden-street, Ardwick, Manchester. Corrugated Square Hut. Fancy design manufactured by E. C. and J. Keay, Birmingham, to hold Wells’ New Light Lamp; also Lamps exhibited outside.
  • 662 The Dowson Economic Gas and Power Co., Limited, 3, Great Queen-street, Westminster, London, S.W. Apparatus, in operation, producing Fuel Gas, suitable for driving Gas Engines, heating Bakers’ Ovens, Cocoa Roasting, Type Founding, Soldering, Singeing Fabrics, Gassing Yarns, &c. The Apparatus shown is provided with a governing arrangement, by means of which the production of gas is regulated automatically to suit a varying rate of consumption. The gas produced is used for driving a 14h.-p. (nom.) Otto engine.
  • 663 Joseph Baker and Sons, 58, City-road, London, E.C. Bread, Biscuit, and Cake Making Machinery and Ovens, in operation daily. Confectionery, Chocolate, and Ice Cream Making Machinery, the whole worked by 7h.-p. Otto Gas Engine. Bread Making: The Baker Patent Flour Sifting and Mixing Machine, the New Patent Thomson Double-action, Reversing, Self- tilting, and Double Speed Mixing and Kneading Machine, the Automatic New Patent Dough Scaling and Dividing Machine, for accurately and mechanically dividing, weighing, and delivering to Moulding Tables Loaf Bread Doughs, from largest to smallest sizes, without being touched by hand, and without being previously weighed into the machine; the Table New Patent Dough Divider (for hand), for Rolls, Buns, Scones, &c.; Sponge Tub Lifting Machine, Patent Self-sustaining Safety Sack Lifts and Hoists, for hand and power; New Enamelled Mixing Troughs, the Bailey-Baker Patent Continuous Baking Ovens, combining the systems of external and internal heating, with Patent Lighting Arrangement, Pyrometers, and fitted with Vienna Bread Steam Pipe Connections, one Oven having Furnace in front and one at the back end, showing system of Lift and Hinge Oven Doors. Cake Making Machines; The New Arm Beater and Cylindrical Machines for Butter Batters, the Morton, Griffith, and Waddall Whisks and Sponge Cake Beaters, the Baker-Cadisch Double Beater Machine, for Angel’s Cakes and Light Mixtures, Baker’s Patent Fruit Cleaning and Drying Machines, Peel Cutting Machines, Almond Blanching and Husk Separating Machine, Almond Mills and Granite Rollers for making Almond Paste, Gas Hot Plate for Muffins, Crumpets, Ac. Biscuit Machinery : Baker’s New Patent Vertical Mixing Machine for Hard and Soft Doughs, with Automatic Raising and Lowering Motion for the Spindles and Mixers ; No. 5 Heavy Reversing Brake Rollers, 32 x 12 ; Improved New Design Hard and Soft Dough Cutting Machine for all kinds of Fancy Biscuits, with new Skip Motion, Continuous Gauge Motion, and with Baker’s New Patent Silent Pawl and Ratchet Motion. Miniature Model Biscuit Factory, replete with Working Models of above Machines, and Patent Travelling or Chain Oven, Patent Reel Oven, Patent Automatic Sugar Wafer Making and Baking Machine. Sifting, Fruit Cleaning and Cake Making Machines, driven by Miniature Steam Engine. Confectionery and Chocolate Making : Patent Sugar Mill and Sifter, Gas Heated Sugar Boiling Stoves, Pouring Plates and Slabs, Drop Roller Machines, Candy and Tablet Cutting Machines, the Hurry Patent Combined Lozenge Pinning, Printing, Stamping, Cutting, and Spreading Machine; Turn-table Chocolate Mixer, Granite Roller Chocolate Refiner, Rapping Tables, Moulds, Presses, &c. Ice Cream Making in Operation : The Kirchoff Perraul and Rapid Patent Freezers, for hand and steam power. Showroom of Latest Improved Hand Machines, Moulds, Tools, and Utensils for the Baking and Confectionery Trades. Model Restaurant Fittings, Urns, Tables, Show Stands, Fancy Scales, &c.
  • 664 Mather and Platt, Salford Iron Works, Manchester. Patent Cylinder Filter for the treatment of large quantities of liquids, especially water, and for removing from the same solid, greasy, or slimy matter; also applicable for treating sewage. Each filter consists of two vertical perforated metal tubes, one placed within the other, the space between them being filled with sawdust, charcoal, or other filtering material. The liquid to be filtered has to enter through the perforations in the outer cylinder, or tube, and, after passing through the filtering material, is collected in the inner tube, whence it is conveyed into the service pipes.
  • 665 The Babcock and Wilcox Co., Glasgow and New York ; 107, Hope-street, Glasgow; works, Kilbowie, near Glasgow. Babcock and Wilcox Patent Water-Tube Boiler, of 173h.-p.
  • 666 Thwaites Brothers, Limited, Vulcan Iron Works, Bradford, Yorkshire. Stewart’s Patent Rapid Iron Melting Cupola and Receiver. Will melt five tons of pig iron and scrap per hour, with five cwts. of coke. The internal lining is Grayson Lowood’s Gannister Bricks. The quantity of air necessary to melt five tons of iron per hour is 4,000 cubic feet per minute, and the pressure lbs, per square inch.
  • 667 W. H. Bailey and Co., Albion Works, Salford, Manchester. Bailey’s Patent Vertical Hot Air Engine. Bailey’s Patent Horizontal Hot Air Engine. Double-barrelled Crank Pump. Portable Garden Pump.
  • 668 The Butterley Co., Butterley Iron Works, Alfreton, Derbyshire. Steel Bulb Angle, 100 feet long. Steel Bulb Tee, 76ft. long, kneed and cambered. Iron Rolled Girder, 60ft. long. Round Steel Bar, 60ft. long. Steel Plate, 11ft. 6in. by 9ft., by |in. thick. Steel Hemisphere. Steel Ingot. Hammered Steel Slab. Steel Galloway Tubes. Collection of Sections and Worked Samples of Iron and Steel. Cast-iron Water or Gas Pipes, from 36in. diameter downwards. Block of Coal from our Butterley Collieries, Derbyshire. Block of Ironstone from our Silverdale Mines, North Staffordshire.
  • 669 Ontario Pump Co., Toronto, Canada, and 25, Gunter Grove, Fulham-road, London, S.W. 10ft. Halladay Standard Windmill, attached to pump in working order. Model of a Pumping Windmill. General Purpose Pump. Deep Well Pump for Hand or Power use. Force, or Lift Pump, for hand use.
  • 670 A. Shirlaw and Co., Suffolk Works, Berkley-street, Birmingham. Two h.-p. Nominal Spiel’s Patent Petroleum Engine, driving an Edison Dynamo and installation of 30 incandescent lamps. Half h.-p. Nominal Spiel’s Patent Petroleum Engine, driving a No. 3 Bailey’s Harlech Strap Pump, raising about 4,000 gallons of water an hour to a height of about 30ft. Four h.-p. Nominal Spiel’s Patent Petroleum Engine; to be seen at work when required. Five man power Nominal Vertical Spiel’s Patent Petroleum Engine, working. Collection of Screwing and Lifting Tackle, consisting of Screwing Machines, Stocks and Dies, Twist Drills, Patent Twist Drill Grinder, Taps, Tube Cutters, &c., Screw Jacks and Bears, Hydraulic Jacks and Bears, Duplex Punching Bears, Pulley Blocks, Jim Crows, &c.
  • 671 Edwin Mansfield and Sons, 28, Barton Arcade, Deansgate, Manchester. Mansfield’s Patent Oil Gas Apparatus for the manufacture of gas for illuminating, driving gas engines, cooking and heating.
  • 672 McFarlane, Strang and Co., Limited, Lochburn Iron Works, Glasgow. Samples of 48in. Cast-iron Piping for Bombay Waterworks, and 40in. Piping for the Thirlmere Aqueduct of the Manchester Corporation. Smaller Pipes and Connections, Bends, Branches, Ac.
  • 673 William Johnson, Castleton Foundry, Armley-road, Leeds. Kennedy’s Semi-dry Brick, Tile, Cement and Concrete Block and Seedcake Making Machine. Brick and Tile and Soap Moulding and Printing Machine. Pugmill Hand-lever Brick and Tile Pressing Machine. Otto Gas Engine. Samples of Bricks, Tiles, Ac.
  • 675 Manchester Creamery, Anthony Hailwood, Proprietor, Manchester Creamery, Broughton. Working Dairy, Composed of Machines of the Latest Inventions for Testing Milk. Separating Cream from Milk. Churning Cream into Butter, and separating Butter Milk from Butter.
  • 676 Henry Caesar, Rustic Works, Knutsford, Cheshire. Rustic Houses, Arches, Bridges, Porches, Seats, Chairs, Tables, Vases, Ac.
  • 677 E. H. Shorland, St. Gabriel’s Works, Erskine-street, Manchester, and Imperial Buildings, Ludgate Circus, London, E.C. Warm Air Generating Manchester Grate, with Front, and Marble Mantelpiece (in action). Warm Air Generating Manchester Grate, with Princess Louise Front and Mantelpiece (in action). Warm Air Generating Manchester Stove, with patent projecting canopy to rise and fall (in action). Warm Air Generating Manchester Grates and Stoves. Finished Grate Fronts, with Tiled Cheeks. Pair Tiled Slabbed Cheeks. Roof Extract Ventilator. Soil Pipe Ventilator. Chimneybreast Extract Ventilators. Shorland’s Patent Vertical Ventilating Tubes. Wrought-iron Carriage Gates. Wrought-iron Four-sided Finials.
  • 678 T. J. Constantine, 61, Fleet-street, London, E.C. Portable Iron House, in grounds, containing Constantine’s newly-improved Patent Treasure Smoke-consuming Cooking Ranges and Stoves, having self-contained flues combined with the Patent Fuel Elevator for raising the fire to the surface under the hot plate. Patent Treasure Cooking Pots and Cooking Utensils.
  • 680 William Wilson and Co., 50, King-street, Manchester. Patent Eagle Ranges, with iron flues and adjustable firebox, open and closed fire, tiled coverings, tiled mantel. Patent Yorkshire Ranges, with ovens and bath boilers. Patent Yorkshire Ranges, with ovens and boilers. Eagle Grills.
  • 681 R. Halliday and Co., Royal Horticultural Works, Middleton, near Manchester. Ornamental Conservatory, with Encaustic and Enamelled Tile Ornamentation. Halliday’s Patent Adjustable Plant Frame. Halliday’s Improved Plant Frame. Halliday’s Ordinary Plant Frame. Patent Dry Glazing. Hot Water Boilers.
  • 682 E. C. and J. Keay, Cyclops Works, West Bromwich; and Corporation-street, Birmingham. Iron Roof, Ornamental Gates, Palisading, Railings, Field Gates, Iron Fencing and Hurdles.
  • 683 Davis and Sneade, Charters-street, Vauxhall-road, Liverpool. Manufacturers of French Burr and Mill Stones, Rice and Flour Mill Engineers. Millstones for English and Foreign Wheat, Rice, Spice, Seed, Cement, Coprolite, and Manure Grinding. Millstones for Barytes, Paint, and Chemical Grinding.
  • 684 Royal National Lifeboat Institution, 14, John-street, Adelphi, London; Manchester Branch, 9, Albert Square, J. Corbett, hon. sec. Self-righting Lifeboat of the newest type, 34ft. long, 7ft. 6in. beam, pulling 10 oars, fitted with water-ballast tanks, in addition to an iron keel of 10cwt. and 10cwt. of cork-ballast. Carriage for transporting the lifeboat by land, and for launching it through surf. (N.B. See also Models on Stand 191.)
  • 685 John Lysaght, Limited, St. Vincents Iron Works, Bristol. Section of Iron Railway Station suitable for export, and specimen showing the different stages of manufacture from the pig-iron to the galvanised sheet. Wire Netting and other Galvanised Manufactures. Photographs of Constructional Ironworks, Roof Girders, &c.
  • 686 David Lowe and Sons, Gilmore Park, Edinburgh; and Cornbrook, Cbester-road, Manchester. Ornamental Conservatory, 24ft. by 24ft. Garden Frames. Boilers. Garden Seats.
  • 687 The Croft Granite, Brick, and Concrete Co., Croft, near Leicester. Summerhouses in Croft Adamant. Three Summerhouses built of Slabs of Croft Adamant and decorated with mouldings of the same.
  • 688 E. F. Blakeley and Co., 27 and 29, Hatton Garden, and Hodson-street, Liverpool. Ornamental Iron Billiard or Lawn Tennis, &c.. Pavilion.
  • 688a Arden Hill and Co., 14, 16, and 18, Constitution Hill, Birmingham. Gas Cooking Ovens, Coffee Roasters, Boiling Stoves, Lacquering Table, Japanning Oven, Furnaces, Blow-pipes, Laundry Soldering Irons, Water Heaters and Gas Baths, Asbestos Fires, Fire Lighters, and General Hot Water Apparatus.
  • 689 John Smith, Rustic Works, Stretford. Rustic Houses.
  • 689a Brown and Backhouse, Chatham Works, Chatham-street, Liverpool. Canadian Toboggan Slide, Stobbs and White’s Patent.

SECTION III. CHEMICAL AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES.

GROUP I.— CHEMICAL AND CHEMICAL-PHYSICAL APPLIANCES AND APPARATUS.

  • 701 W. H. Bailey and Co., Albion Works, Salford, Manchester. Hydrochloric Acid Pump, Hargreaves and Robinson’s patent. Stop Cocks for hydrochloric acid. Bailey’s Patent Semi-fluid Stop Valves. Lead-lined Valves for acids and sours. Bleaching Liquor Pump for raising acids and sours. Regulus Metal Pump for raising acids and chemicals that are injurious to iron and brass. Demerara Steam Pump for raising salt water. Steam Pump for rum and other spirits. Harlech Pattern Steam Pump for ammoniacal liquor for gasworks. Bailey’s Steam Air Compressor. Bailey’s Patent Pressure Recorder for absorbing columns. Bailey’s Patent Pyrometer for blast furnaces. Bailey’s Patent Pyrometer for japanners’ stoves. Bailey’s Patent Pyrometer, army pattern, as used in portable ovens for the army in the field. Bailey’s Patent Biscuit Baker’s Pyrometer. Bailey’s Patent Civil Engineer’s Pyrometer. Bailey’s Patent Pyrometer for locomotives and marine boilers. Bailey’s Patent Confectioner’s Pyrometer. Bailey’s Patent Pyrometer for Hargreaves and Robinson’s process. Carr’s Patent Laboratory Mill. Hewitt’s Patent Automatic Pestle and Mortar. Bailey’s Patent Draught Gauge, indicating the velocity of gases in flues. Drawings of Bailey’s Patent Tide Recorder. An assortment of Cocks and Valves, Plugs and Seatings, used in chemical works, gas works, bleach works, and other manufacturing operations. A collection of Apparatus for indicating speed and pressure. A collection of Apparatus used by those engaged in obtaining statistics in manufacturing operations. Bailey’s Absolute Vacuum Gauge for showing the vacuum pressure in condensers, and its relation to barometrical pressure of the atmosphere. Bailey’s Patent Cement Tester, Eddystone Lighthouse pattern. Thurston’s Patent Oil Tester, railway pattern. Ingram and Stapfer’s Oil Tester.
  • 702 Doulton and Co., 17, Deansgate, Manchester, and Lambeth Pottery, London. Acid Pipes, Pumps, Stoneware Taps, from in. to 6in. bore, Retorts, Stills, Receivers, Condensing Worms, Store Jars, Chlorine Retorts, Unglazed Chemical Pipes for boiling in tar, Specimen of Hydrochloric Pipes which have been in absolute use. Stoneware Jars and Bottles, with patent screw stoppers to 3in. diameter. 24in. diameter Stoneware Pipes, free from iron, for towers. Plumbago and other Crucibles, and Fire-standing Goods.
  • 703 Follows and Bate, Limited, Froxmer Street, Gorton, Manchester. Edge Runner Mill, with granite rollers 18x6, and granite bed 2ft. diameter. Hardwood Hopper, in segments, for mixing and grinding crystals, powders, drugs, pastes, colours, &c. Drug Mill for grinding dry friable materials, such as ginger, gentian, copperas, &c. Powerful Tincture Press, designed so that no part of the material to be operated upon may come in contact with iron or any other metallic substance; size of hopper 9 gallons; pressure of plunger, 6 tons. Small Circular Iron Tincture Press for chemists; size, 1 gallon. Wine Press; size, 65 gallons. Grape Cnisher; size of rollers, 29in. x 7in. Assortment of Granite Pestles and Mortars. Assortment of Seltzogenes. Assortment of Hand Power Horizontal Mixers for mixing light powders, liquids, semi-liquids, and soluble compounds.
  • 704 Joseph W. Lovibond, 26, Saint Ann-street, Salisbury, Wilts. The Tintometer. An apparatus for measuring colour. Arranged in sets, showing its application to glass, fabrics, dyes, malt, beer, wines and spirits, sugars, caramels, carbon in steel, oils, and colours.
  • 705 Joseph Davis and Co., Fitzroy Works, 6, Kennington Park-road, London, S.E. Royal Polytechnic and other Barometers, in Classic, Gothic, Early English, composite and fancy pattern frames of various woods. Optical and Scientific Instruments.
  • 706 Adam Millar and Co., 45, Montrose-street, Glasgow. Insulated Wires, ordinary round section. Insulated Wires, flat or ribbon form, Millar’s patent. Insulated Compound Laminated Conductors, formed by combining a number of flat wires so as to produce heavy rectangular conductors, possessing an extra degree of flexibility. Insulated Conductors, with flexible protecting sheath of narrow ribbon wire wound on the outside of the insulating material. Electric Current-Meters, Professor Blyth’s patent. Magnetometers for measuring magnetic intensity. Secondary Batteries.
  • 707 Shaw and Connolly, Alexandra Works, Varley-street, Manchester. Electrical Wires and Cables, including special leads for ship lighting, electric fittings for installations of electric lighting.
  • 708 Edward Ward, F.R.M.S , 249, Oxford-street, Manchester. Microscopes and Appliances for Microscopical Investigation, including apparatus and materials for the collection, preparation, and examination of pond life, entomological and general natural history objects, together with mounted slides, and unmounted specimens ; also, photographic apparatus and lantern slides of scientific subjects.
  • 710 Harden Star and Sinclair Fire Appliance Co., Limited, Cathedral Steps, Victoria-street, Manchester. General Assortment of Fire Appliances, including chemical fire engines, automatic sprinklers, hand fire grenades, fire hose, unions, branch pipes, spreading nozzles, hand pumps, leather buckets, smoke respirators, &c. The new Industrial Light Lucigen, and apparatus for same. The Electrogen, for preventing incrustation and corrosion in steam boilers. Hannay’s Deep-sea Sounding Apparatus Bathymeter. Samples of Hannay’s Caledonian White Lead.
  • 711 Otto Wolters, 55, Upper Marylebone-street, Portland 'Place, London, W. Assay, Chemical, and Bullion Balances. Wolter’s Improved Short-beamed Analytical Balances.
  • 712 Joseph Casartelli, 43, Market-street, Manchester; works, Clarence-street, Cheetham, Manchester. Transit Theodolites. Ordnance Theodolites. Level, with divided circle for taking horizontal angles. Level, plain, without circle. Y Level, with divided circle. Miner’s Dial, Casartelli’s patent. Mining Theodolite. Biram’s Anemometer. Large and small Dickinson’s Anemometers. Improved Airmeters. Engine-divided Circular Protractors. Standard Engineers’ Levels. Brass Engineers’ Levels. Brass Vertical Levels. Portable Hydraulic Test Pump for boilers. Richard’s Indicator. Admiralty Pattern Indicator. Admiralty Pattern Indicator for gas engines. Admiralty Pattern Indicator for high-speed engines. Set Indicator Springs, from 6lb. to 600lb. per square inch. Pressure Test Indicator, for testing steam gauges, &c. Indicator Gear for cylinders up to 3ft. long. Casartelli’s Engine Counter, in brass case. Casartelli’s Engine Counter, in iron case. Speed Tests. Mercurial Vacuum Gauge, brass case, with door. Vacuum Gauge, without door. Thermometer Gauges for economisers, steam pipes, &c. Casartelli’s Pyrometer. Patent Hot-blast Pyrometers, for blast-smelting furnaces, &c. New Microscope Cloth Counting Glasses. Set Folding Cloth Counting Glasses. Set Thermometers, Hydrometers, &c., for brewers’ and spirit merchants’ use. Set Thermometers for dyers and calico printers. Set Thermometers for chemical purposes. Set Clinical Thermometers. Set Glass Hydrometers for chemical and commercial purposes.
  • 713 Franz Muller, Bonn u. Rhine, Germany. Collection of Aerometers and Thermometers. Apparatus for Volumetric Analysis. Collection of Geissler’s Chemical Apparatus. Collection of Geissler Tubes and Crookes Apparatus. Collection of Geissler Glass Stop Cocks. Collection of several New Apparatus made of glass, viz., Brogger’s, Norblad’s, Petterson’s, and Richdorff’s.
  • 715 F. C. Rein and Son, 108, Strand, London. Acoustic Instruments for deafness. Acoustic Chairs and Model of Acoustic Pulpit. Audiphone. Acoustic Walking Sticks, Conversational Tubes, &c.
  • 716 Committee of Section III. Collection of Geissler Tubes in Motion.
  • 717 William Allen, Union Brass and Iron Works, Great Ancoats, Manchester. Filter Press for chemical and sewage purposes. Pumping Engine for general purposes. Improved Acid Egg Valve. W. Allen’s Patent Acid Resisting Metal Cocks for chemical purposes. Vitriol and other Valves.
  • 718 Henry Simon, 20, Mount-street, Manchester. Model of Simon-Carves Recuperative Coke Oven, narrow oblong chamber, surrounded by longitudinal combustion flues. Model of Simon’s Continuous Ammonia Still. Drawings: Sectional drawing of Simon-Carves Coke Oven, Sulphate of Ammonia Works of Stafford Corporation, Pure Liquid Ammonia Works at Michigan. Samples: Coke and By-Products from Simon-Carves Ovens; Benzol from Gas; Ammonia Products made by Simon’s Apparatus.
  • 720 Mottershead and Co., 7, Exchange-street, and 10, Half-Moon-street, Manchester. Chemical and Physical Apparatus for works or private laboratories, schools, science classes, &c.
  • 721 The East Lancashire Chemical Co., Fairfield, near Manchester; and 43, Market-street, Manchester. Plant for Bleaching Cotton and Linen Yarn and Cloth by the Blanchine Process, dispensing with the use of lime. Samples of Cloth that have been Bleached with Blanchine, and afterwards dyed various colours. Samples of White Goods ready for the market. Starch Substitute for stiffening purposes. Goods that have been stiffened by the same starch substitute. Alizarine White Grounds, Soap, Soluble Oil, Oleine Oil, Glycerine Substitute, Softening Paste, and Sizing Tallow. Patent Bone Size Substitute for fustian goods. Samples of goods that have been stiffened with Patent Bone Size Substitute.
  • 722 John Heywood, Deansgate and Ridgefield, Manchester. Chemical Laboratory Table, fitted up with the newest and most improved forms of apparatus for the supply of gas and water, with fume closets on table top, tube drawers, and cupboards complete.
  • 722a James Woolley, Sons and Co., Market-street, Manchester. Chemical Apparatus and Scientific Instruments used in the demonstration and practical study of chemistry, and in the arts and manufactures; including the newest forms of apparatus for fractional distillations, specific gravities, vapour densities, fat extractions, water, gas, and other analyses, &c.

GROUP II.— HYGIENE.

  • 723 Mottershead and Co., 7, Exchange-street, Manchester. Benger’s Preparations of the Natural Digestive Ferments. Peptonised (partially digested) foods, and peptonising fluids and powders.
  • 724 Burroughs, Wellcome and Co., Snow Hill Buildings, London, E.C. Lanoline; a purified wool-fat. Lanoline Pomade. Lanoline Soap. Lanoline Eucalyptine Soap. Lanoline Cold Cream. Lanoline Hoof Ointment.
  • 725 James Woolley, Sons, and Co., Market-street, Manchester; laboratories, Knowsley-street, Cheetham. Antiseptic Preparations and other Articles for Nursery and Toilet Use. The Sanitary Rose Powder, Phenate of Soda Solution, Perfumery, &c.
  • 726 McDougall Bros., 68, Port-street, Manchester; 10, Mark-lane, London, E.C.; and Irk Yale Chemical Works. Carbolic and Sulphurous Disinfectants, in powders, fluids, and soaps. Carbolic Acids — various crystal and liquid — for medical and manufacturing purposes. Soluble Disinfecting Powder. Carbolic Purifier or Soluble Phenyle. Carbolic Soaps. Carbolic Fumigator. Sulphurous Fumigator.
  • 727 Morris, Little and Son, Doncaster. Soluble Phenyle Disinfectant and Deodoriser, prepared from the distillates of coal-tar. Sanitary Phenyle Powder. Phenyle Toilet Soap. Phenyle Household Soap. Phenyle Dog Soap.
  • 728 Winser and Co., Harter-street, Manchester; works, Warrington, Lancashire; mills. Kegworth, Leicestershire; mines, Gotham, Nottinghamshire. Salufer, antiseptic and disinfectant. Chloride of Zinc. Chloride of Magnesium. Chloride of Barium. Epsom Salts. Glaubers Salts. Alum Cake. Sulphate of Alumina. Sulphate of Lime in different forms. Cements. Rockery Stone. China Clay. Italian and French Chalk. Sulphate of Baryta. Whiting. Ultramarine. Ochre and Umber.
  • 729 F. J. Harrison and Co., Limited; works, Watling-street, and Canning-street, Leicester; London offices, 75 and 76, High Holborn, W.C. Hydroleine Sanitary Soap Powder; also Hydroleine for wool scourers, woollen manufacturers, dyers, and other trades. Hydrated Soap Powder. Sanitary Disinfecting Powder.
  • 730 Swan and Leach, 3, Princess-street, Albert-square, Manchester. Jeyes’ Sanitary Compounds. Perfect Purifier, Disinfectant Fluid, Sanitary Powder, Disinfectant Household, Toilet, and Poultry Soaps, and Soft Soaps. Non-poisonous Sheep Dip.

GROUP III.— DESTRUCTIVE DISTILLATION.

  • 731 J. C. Siegerist, 41, Faulkner-street, Manchester. Prepared and Unprepared Colours for Calico Printing and Dyeing (Wool and Cotton), Albumens, Gums, Glycerines, and Sundry Chemicals. Two Frames, containing Print Samples printed with the above-mentioned colours.
  • 732 Brooke, Simpson, and Spiller, Limited, Patentees and Manufacturers of Aniline Colours, Atlas Works, Hackney Wick, London, E.; depot, 106, Portland-street, Manchester. Aniline Dyes, and Chemicals from which the same are made. Sundry Dyed and Printed Patterns, on silk and other fabrics, to show various applications of the said dyes.
  • 733 Alfred Parton, 164, Aston Load, Birmingham. Condensed Aniline Dyes, for marking, printing, &c., in permanent colours.
  • 734 Fahlberg, List, and Co., Saccharine Works, Salbke, Westerhusen, near Magdeburg. Saccharine.
  • 735 B. Kuhn (agent for L. Durand, and Huguenin, of Basle), 55, Bloom-street, Manchester, and 36, St. Mary-at-Hill, London, E.C. Aniline Colours for dyeing and printing wool, cotton, silk, &c., with patterns to show the application. Special leather colours with patterns. Salol Anti-rheumatic. Antifibrine for medicinal purposes.
  • 736 The British Alizarine Co., Limited, Silvertown, Victoria Docks, London, E. Specimens of Anthracene, the raw material used in the production of the colouring matters. Alizarine, Anthrapurpurin, and Flavopurpurin, which are substances employed in the dyeing and printing of cotton and woollen fabrics, yarns, &c. Specimens of the products, illustrating the various stages of manufacture, from Anthracene up to Alizarine, Anthrapurpurin and Flavopurpurin; also Specimens exhibiting the chemical properties of these colouring matters. Specimens of Printed and Dyed Fabrics, Yarns, &c., illustrating the practical application of Alizarine, Anthrapurpurin, and Flavopurpurin. Specimens of Prints, &c., prepared with the products of Madder; also Specimens of the Madder Plant and the various products derived therefrom.
  • 737 Dan Dawson Brothers, Milne Bridge Chemical Works, Huddersfield. Coal-tar Colours and Chemicals.
  • 738 Manchester Aniline Co. (Chas. Truby and Co.), 55, High-street, Manchester; works, Clifton Junction, near Manchester. Coal-tar Products and Chemicals for calico printers and dyers.
  • 739 Charles Lowe and Co., Manufacturing Chemists, Reddish, near Stockport; and 43, Piccadilly, Manchester. Carbolic Acid in its various stages of manufacture, from the crude to the pure product, together with resultant by-products, viz., Cresol, Pyro-Cresol, Napthaline, &c. Colouring Matter's directly prepared from Carbolic Acid, viz., Picric Acid, Aurine, Azurophenoline, Chrysophenoline, together with Dyed Specimens showing shades obtainable by their use. Medicinal and Disinfecting Preparations of Carbolic Acid, viz., Sulpho-carbolates, Disinfecting Powder and Fluids.
  • 740 Saint Denis Dyestuff and Chemical Co., Limited; works, St. Denis, Paris, France; Manchester office, 3, Booth-street, Mosley-street. Colouring Matters derived from coal tar and allied products, with specimens of textiles, showing results obtainable upon cotton, wool, and silk, and other animal and vegetable fibres.

Exhibits of Chemical Research by

  • 741 Sir Henry E. Roscoe, M.P., F.R.S., 64, Queen's Gate, South Kensington, S.W., London; Victoria Park, Manchester. Collection of Pure Vanadium and Tungsten, with compounds of those rare metals, illustrative of Roscoe’s researches. (Roscoe’s discovery of Vanadium, in deposits near Alderley and elsewhere, and of methods for preparing compounds, led to the use of Vanadium for printing aniline black.)
  • 741a Edward Schunck, Ph.D., F.R.S., Kersal, near Manchester. Complete collection illustrative of Schunck’s researches on the principles contained in Madder. Quercitron and the Cotton Fibre. Chromogens from Lichens, &c. Constituents of Natural Indigo. Colouring Matters and other Compounds from Madder.
  • 741b J. Peter Griess, Ph.D., F.R.S. (the discoverer of the Diazo reaction and of the Azo colours). Burton-on-Trent. Specimens illustrating the discovery of the Diazo and Azo compounds and colours, by Griess.
  • 741c W. H. Perkin, Ph.D., F.R.S. (the discoverer of the first coal-tar colour. Mauve, and the originator of the coal-tar colour industry). The Chestnuts, Sudbury, Harrow, near London. Specimens illustrating the discovery of Mauve, the first aniline dye. Specimen of Mauve as first made by Perkin in 1858. Mauveine and its salts. Parasafranine as first obtained by oxidising Mauveine. Sketch of First Coal-Tar Colour Works in 1858. First aniline printing colour (Acetyl or Perkin’s Green). Specimens illustrating the manufacture of Alizarin from Anthracene, by Perkin’s (the English) process. Pure Alizarin Compounds. Specimen of Coumarin, the odoriferous principle of Tonka Bean, first artificially prepared by Perkin. Specimen of Cinnamic Acid, first artificially prepared by Perkin, from coal-tar materials, and now used for preparing artificial indigo.
  • 742 I. Levinstein and Co., Manchester. Coal-Tar Products. Raw materials, intermediate products, and colouring matters, benzene, toluene, xyleneaniline, toluidine, xylidine, cumidine, methyl and ethyl aniline, diphenylamine, &c., &c., and about 100 different coal-tar dyes, with illustrations of their applications to various kinds of material.
  • 743 Society of Chemical Industry in Basle, Switzerland. Artificial Colours, Coal-Tar Colours, Aniline, Naphthaline, Resorcine, Anthracene Colours, and various raw and intermediate products.
  • 744 Sadler and Co., Limited, Cleveland Chemical Works, Middlesbrough. Coal-Tar Products, crude and refined. Alizarine, Aniline, and other Coal-Tar Dyes. Acids, Alkalis, and other Chemicals.
  • 745 Hohenhausen and Co., Yew Tree Chemical Works, 303, Collyhurst-road, Manchester. Aniline Salt, Aniline Oil, Alizarine Oil, Arseniate, and Binarseniate of Soda, Acetate of Chrome, Sulphocyanide Salts, Fast Black, Fast Chocolate.
  • 746 Hardman and Holdens, Miles Platting, Manchester. A Collection of Crude and Purified Products illustrating the manufacture of commercial alizarine from coal tar. Specimens of Dyed and Printed Goods, showing the application of alizarine to cotton, silk, wool, &c.
  • 747 Hardman and Co., Manufacturing Chemists, Miles Platting, Manchester. A collection illustrating the manufacture of useful products from residuals obtained in the manufacture of gas. The exhibit includes crude and purified products obtained from coal tar, ammoniacal liquor, and spent oxide. Model of plant required in some of these manufactures.
  • 748 The Linlithgow Oil Co., Limited, Edinburgh; and 4, St. Ann’s Square, Manchester. Crude Mineral or Shale Oil, Burning Oil, Heavy or Lubricating Oil, Gas or Cleaning Oil, Naphtha (hard scale, 118-120 melting point; soft scale, 90-95 melting point). Sulphate of Ammonia, Refined Paraffin Wax, Still Coke, &c., &c.
  • 749 Price’s Patent Candle Co., Limited, Belmont Works, Battersea, London, S.W. Specimens of Cloth and Wool Oils, Lubricating Oils, Price’s Glycerine, Stearine, Paraffin.
  • 750 The Broxburn Oil Co., Limited, 28, Royal Exchange Square, Glasgow. Bituminous Shale and Products therefrom, including burning oil, lubricating oil, gas oil, paraffin scale, wax, candles, sulphate of ammonia, &c.
  • 751 The Dee Oil Co., Haworth’s Buildings, 5, Cross-street, Manchester, and Saltney-Chester, and London, Liverpool, Newcastle, Barrow. Lubricating Oils, Cylinder Oils, Valvolines, Medicinal Oils, Vaselines, and Oleum Deelinse. Wax Candles, and Paraffin Wax.
  • 752 J. C. AND J. Field, 15, Upper Lambeth Marsh, London. Bees Wax, Spermaceti, Stearin, Paraffin and Ozokerit, in block and candles. Domestic and Ornamental Candles and Nightlights of all kinds. United Service, Samphire, and other Toilet Soaps. Pure Oil and other Dyers’ Soaps.

GROUP IV. LAKES, PIGMENTS, PAINTS, AND VARNISHES.

  • 753 Rawlins and Son, Brook Works, Rainhill, Prescot. Specimens of Ultramarine and Smalts, finished and in various stages of manufacture. The Raw Materials used therein, and specimens of manufactured goods illustrating the uses of these pigments.
  • 754 Charles Scheu, 2, Cumberland-street, Manchester, and 65, West Regent-street, Glasgow. Ultramarine Colours (blue, green, violet). Lime Blue. Model Furnace for manufacturing Ultramarine. Raw materials for making Ultramarine Blue.
  • 755 Robt. Ingham Clark and Co., West Ham Abbey, and Leadenhall House, London, E.C. A Trophy Collection of the Fossilised Resins used in the manufacture of varnish. Articles illustrating the application of varnishes.
  • 756 William Pakeman, Manchester-road, Stockport. Pigment Colours for calico printers. Colours for paper stainers, paper printers, paper manufacturers, lithographers and paint grinders; and all shades of quick drying Enamel Paints, &c. All free from arsenic.
  • 757 Henry Crookes, A.R.S.M., M.S.T.E., 4, Westminster Chambers, London, S.W. Heat Indicating Paint (Crookes’s patent).
  • 758 Jos. B. Freeman and Co., Grove Works, Lombard-road, Battersea, London. Kiosk, painted with Patent Non-poisonous White Lead. Samples of the Lead, and boards painted with it, and subjected to the action of volatile sulphur fumes.
  • 759 Ellam, Jones and Co., Markeaton Mills, Derby. Emery, Paints, Colours, Barytes, Oxides of Iron, and all Mineral Colours. Varnish.
  • 760 Smith, Powers and Co., Priory Varnish Works, Coventry. Collection of Varnishes. Specimens of Gums used in the Manufacture of Varnish. Smith and Wildigg’s Patent Rotary Bottle Cleaning Machine.
  • 761 Donald Macpherson and Co., Manchester Paint and Colour Works, Knott Mill, Manchester; and 106, Cannon Street, London. A Kiosk, illustrating the use of Foochow Enamels, Metallic Paints for exterior use, Quick-drying Enamels not needing stoving. Vases, Bricks, and Timber enamelled with Quick-drying Chinese Foochow Enamel.
  • 762 Goadsby and Co.; office, 2, 4, and 6, Albert Bridge; works, Newton Heath, Manchester. Colours, Paints, Varnishes, Chemicals.
  • 763 Griffiths Brothers and Co., 6, Dashwood House, 9, New Broad-street, London, E.C. Agnol, washable water paint. Pyrodene Fire-proof Paint, for fire-proofing wood, canvas, &c. Vitros Bath Enamel for enamelling baths, &c., without stoving. Vitros Ordinary Enamel. Griffiths’s Patent Zinc White.
  • 764 William Taylor and Co., Limited, Taylor's Wharf, Lime-house, London; Walter R. Taylor and Co., White-chapel, Liverpool. Paints, Colours, and Varnishes. Linseed Oils, boiled and refined. Patent Snow-white Zinc Paint. Anti-fouling and Anti-corrosive Compositions for Ships’ Bottoms and Submerged Works. Fresco and Enamel Paints. Patent Rubber Paint. Registered Imperial Boiled Drying Oil. Registered Pollox Oil. Magnetic Oxides and Chemicals.
  • 765 John E. Williams and Co., Victoria Paint Works, Manchester. Metallic Oxide Paints (non-poisonous), in black, white, and colours. Metallic Oxide Enamels (non-poisonous and quick-drying), in black, white, and colours.
  • 766 Thomas Fewster and Son, 44 and 44^, Sykes-street, Hull. Varnishes. Varnish Stains. Paints. Colours.
  • 767 R. R. Minton and Co., Cheapside, Liverpool; and 25 & 27, Bridge-street, Manchester. Colours, Varnishes, Oils, &c., &c.
  • 768 The Sheffield Varnish Co., Limited, Oughty Bridge, near Sheffield. Tubes of various Varnishes. Gums and Oils used in the manufacture of Varnish. Panels Stained and Varnished. Tin and Stone Bottles, labelled and capsuled.
  • 768A F. and C. Osler, Birmingham and London. Fluorescent Fountain, playing various coloured waters.

GROUP V.— BLEACHED AND COLOURED FIBRE.

  • 769 James Chadwick and Brother, Eagley Mills, near Bolton. Sewing, Crochet, Knitting, Mending Cottons, and Wool Mendings, in their various processes of manufacture.
  • 770 J. and E. Waters and Co., Manufacturers, Talbot Mills, Ellesmere-street, Hulme, Manchester, and Office, 47, Mosley-street. Facsimile of the Albert Memorial, Manchester, in Sewing Cottons. Doubled Yarns — Two, Three, and Six Cord Sewings, on spools, for hand and machine; Glace Cotton, Crochet Cotton, Knitting Cotton, Ball Cottons, &c. Worsted and Cotton Braids, Smallwares, Worsted and Cotton Webs and Bindings, Boot and Shoe Laces, Corset Laces, Window Lines, Spindle Bandings, &c., &c.
  • 771 Ermen and Roby, Nassau Mills, Patricroft, and 14, College Land, Manchester. Six Cord and Glace (Diamond) Sewing Cottons, on spools and on cards. Patent Thread for Shoemakers, Tailors, and Saddlers. Crochet Cotton, in skeins and in balls. Knitting Cotton, Embroidery Cotton, Diamond Thread (polished) for manufacturing.
  • 772 William Oxley, Sewing Cotton and Smallwares Manufacturers, 97, Great Ancoats-street, Manchester. Various Sewing, Knitting, Mending, and Crochet Cottons, in spools, balls, cocoons, and bundles. Rug Cottons, Cotton Cords. Various Knitting, Mending, and Berlin Wools, in balls, cocoons, and bundles. Mendings, in merinos, cotton, and wool, on cards. Ice Wool in balls.
  • 773 J. and P. Coats, Ferguslie Thread Works, Paisley. Sewing Cotton is shown in all stages of preparation. The spinning processes are illustrated from the cotton plant to the spun yarn, and the thread manufacture from the spun yarn to the finished spool. Spool making is shown in two series, one of which illustrates the processes from the trunk of a common birch tree to the turned spool, and the other illustrates the various processes from the imported squares of white birch to the completed spool. The case contains a model, built with spools of sewing cotton, of the restored Abbey Church of Paisley.
  • 774 Bagley and Wright, Wellington and Belgrave Mills, Oldham. Sewing, Crochet, and Knitting Cottons on spools, in balls, and in hanks.
  • 775 Edmund Ashworth and Sons, Egerton Mills, Bolton, Lancashire. Cotton in the various stages of manufacture. Cop Yarns. Doubled Yarns in 2, 3, 4, 6, and 9 folds. Sewing Cottons. Crochet Cottons in skeins, balls, and on reels. Knitting, Mending, and Embroidering Cottons. Cotton Balls. Linen-finish and Silk-finish Threads.
  • 776 Kerr and Hoegger, Grimshaw-lane Dyeworks, Newton Heath, near Manchester. Dyed Cotton Yarns. Dyed and Sateened Cotton Yarns. Dyed and Sateened China Grass. Dyed Woollen Yarns.
  • 777 Richard Moir and Co., Adelphi Works, Accrington; office, 24, Corporation-street, Manchester. Coloured Yarns.
  • 778 Ch. Weber and Co., Thann, Alsace. Samples of Cotton Yarns dyed in the cops, &c.
  • 779 Select Exhibit of Committee of Section III. Collected by J. J. Hummel, Yorkshire College. Series of Woollen Patterns dyed with the natural colouring matters (dyewoods), and with the artificial colouring matters (coal-tar colours), also compound shades, dyed with mixtures of three colouring matters of each class. Series of Patterns of Calico Prints, showing the various styles in vogue during the past 50 years or more, to illustrate the progress of the chemistry of calico-printing during this period. Series of Patterns of Cotton and Silk dyed with coal-tar colours obtained by means of electricity. (Lent by Professor Dr. Goppelsroeder.) Apparatus to show the production of aniline black on cotton, discharge white on indigo blue, &c., by means of electricity. (Lent by Prof. Dr. Goppelsroeder.)
  • 780 William McFarlane, Millers Brook Dye works, Heywood, near Manchester. Dyed Cotton Yarns, in warp and bundle, including Examples of colours for the “Dhootie,” “ Khakee,” Drill, and general coloured trade. Lace and Lace Yarns.
  • 781 Select Exhibit of Committee of Section III. Collected by Watson Smith, The Owens College, Manchester. MSS and Relics of Dr. John Dalton, the propounder of the Atomic Theory. Sir Humphry Davy’s Chemical Balance, &c. Specimens illustrating Schorlemmer’s Researches on the Constituents of American Petroleum, and on the Paraffins ; and Dale and Schor- lemmer’s Researches on Aurin and Pararosaniline, Ac. (JFatson Smith). Specimens of American and Russian Petroleums, also of Crude Anthracene, obtained by passing Russian Petroleum Residues through red-hot tubes, and 20 per cent Alizarin Paste prepared from this Anthracene with piece of printed calico dyed with this Alizarin. Products extracted by Watson Smith from Coal-tar condensed from the Gartsherrie Blast Furnaces. Sulphate of Ammonia obtained from the Crude Condensation Products. Specimens of Bisulphide of Carbon and Ethylic Alcohol, prepared from crude London benzenes, pure aromatic hydroearbons, Ac., contained in coal-tar. One pound each of three varieties of Coal used in mixture in the gas retorts of the Manchester Gas Works. Plans showing the structure of Fire- clay Retorts, setting of Retorts, Ac. Parti-coloured Flag, showing exact amount of dyeing power in one pound of Manchester Gas-coal. Actual weighed amounts of products obtained from one ton of Man- chester Gas-coal. Specimens of Indophenol, a lu’oposed substitute for indigo, with raw materials, and dyed and printed specimens. Sample of Murexide from Guano, and piece of printed c(d,ton dyed with it. (The discovery of magenta cpiickly crushed any hopes of introducing this fugitive though beautiful red). Specimens of products of the distillation of wood. Pure Methyl Alcohol from wood spirit as a commercial product. Specimens of Logwood, Red Santal Wood, Indigofera species, and Seeds of Itinctoria, Ac. Specimens of raw Jute Fibres, Cotton and Cotton-silks as growing in the pod, Ac. ( Dr. Leech). Set of Cinchona Barks ; of Resins ; of Seed, Stick and ShelLac. Chinese Insect-wax. Cocoa-nut. Nutmeg in shell and fruit. Cocaine Plants and Fruit, with active principle. Tamarinds. Iheo- bromine and its preparations. Kola nut. 20 Commercial Gums. Guarana, Lignum-Vitie, Quassia Wood, and Quassia. Quillaia Bark for making effervescing drinks. Khava-Khava. Other active principles, 175 barks and fruits. (Fro. W. Boyd Dawkins). Specimens illustrating the Phosphate trade, Coprolites, Apatites, Ac. Specimen of Austra- lian Boghead Cannel Coal. Specimen of Scottish Boghead Carmel Coal (now exhausted). Specimens of Chalk cut from Cannel Tunnel borings, and illustrating the condition of the chalk strata under the English Channel.
  • 782 Henry Newall and Son, 10 , Marsden-street, Manchester. Mechanical and Chemical Wood Pulps used in the manufacture of paper; also Wood Flour, as used in the manufacture of linoleums, wall decorations, and other fabrics, as well as in the manufacture of explosives, &c.
  • 783 Samuel Barlow and Co., Limited, Stakehill Works, Castleton, Manchester; 68, Major-street, Manchester; 1, Three Tuns Passage, Paternoster Square, London, E.C. Madder Bleached Cloth for Calico Printers. Dyed and Finished Cotton Piece Goods, colours fast to light and air. Patent Combined Bookbinders’ Cloth, plain, embossed, and brocaded.
  • 784 Peter Thomas, 75, Princess street, Manchester. Model of Continuous Cloth Bleaching Machine. Drawing, showing automatic yarn-bleaching machine; Drawing, representing plan of a bleaching machine works; Samples of Cotton, Linen, Jute, in raw, yarn, and woven fabrics, bleached by P. Thomas’s process.

GROUP VI.— FINE CHEMICALS, ALKALOIDS, ESSENCES, AND EXTRACTS.

  • 785 James Woolley, Sons, and Co., Manchester; laboratories and drug mills, Knowsley-street, Cheetham. Chemical and Pharmaceutical Preparations and New Remedies, including Cocain, Antipyrin, Antifebrin, Urethan, Salol, Strophanthus, &c. Specimens of Crude Drugs and Impalpable Powders therefrom. Tasteless Coated Pills. Ointments, levigated by steam power. Oleates, prepared by double decomposition. The Extra Pale Cod Liver Oil, and preparations thereof. Soluble Flavouring Essences and other articles used in the manufacture of Aerated Waters.
  • 786 Grimshaw Brothers, Canal Chemical Works, Clayton, Manchester. Solid and Liquid Chloride of Zinc, Sulphate, Oxide, and Sulphide of Zinc, and other Salts of Zinc used in Manufactures, Pharmacy, and Medicine. Materials used in Sizing, Bleaching, and Finishing of Cotton Warps and Piece Goods. Samples illustrating patent process for the removal of the coating of zinc from galvanized scrap iron, and the utilisation of the iron and the zinc. Samples illustrating the removal of scale from steam boilers. Recovered indiarubber native indiarubber of various kinds. Chemicals, Pigments, and, Drugs used in the manufacture of indiarubber.
  • 787 Thomas Christy and Co., 25, Lime-street, London, E.C. A collection of Raw and Manufactured Drugs and their preparations, Menthol Cones, Myocom Fly Gum, Fibres, Guttas, Rubbers, Tanning Barks, &c.
  • 788 E. Merck, Darmstadt, Germany. Fine Chemicals.
  • 790 Dr. Theodor Schuchardt, Chemical Works, Goerlitz, Germany. Chemical Compounds for scientific, medical, and toxological use. 250 compounds.
  • 791 Mottershead and Co., 7, Exchange-street, and 10, Half-moon-street, Manchester. Fine Chemicals for use in medicine and the arts, and in practical and experimental chemistry.
  • 792 Howards and Sons, City Mills, Stratford, E. Quinine Salts. Pharmaceutical and other chemicals,
  • 793 Edward Charles Cortis Stanford, Glenwood, Dalnuir, Dumbartonshire. Products from Seaweed.
  • 794 Kay Brothers, 7, 9, and 13, Lower Hillgate; laboratory and works, St. Petersgate, Stockport. Simple and Compound Essences, Extracts, Lozenges and Pills of Linseed, &c. Sapo Lini — Linseed Soap. Sea Water made Potable. Fine Chemical Crystals, Scales, &c. Absorbent and Anti-septic Cotton Wools, viz.. Pure Absorbent, Carbolised, Sublimated, Salicylicated, lodoformed, &c. Glass Valve Tubes (Kay’s patent), for Infants’ Feeding Bottles, &c. Chemical Disinfectant. Lava, a fusible cement for stone and iron work. Coaguline, a transparent cement for broken articles. Perfumes — Osborne Bouquet, Bramhall Bouquet, English Lavender Water, &c. Syrups — Coffee. Medicinal Extracts and Essences of Ginger, Peppermint, Sarsaparilla, Taraxacum or Dandelion, and Ergot. Medicinal Oils — Cod Liver (Duncan’s and Norwegian), Castor, Linseed, Cottonseed, Mustardseed, Sweet Almond, Olive, Sperm, Lard.

GROUP VII.— DYES AND COLOURING MATTERS FROM OTHER SOURCES THAN COAL-TAR.

  • 795 Millward and Cryer, 10, Greenwood-street, Manchester. Indigo. Model of Producing Factory. Seed, Plant, and classified Samples of Indigo, Specimens of Refined and Extract of Indigo Patterns of Fabrics dyed with Indigo.
  • 796 E. D. Milnes and Bro., Lumn Mills, Bury, Lancashire, and 34, Faulkner-street, Manchester. Dyewood Extracts, Dyewood Liquors, and other Natural Colouring Matters used in dyeing and calico printing, as well as the Dyewoods and other Raw Materials from which they are obtained. Tannin and Tannic Extracts employed as fixing agents and in the manufacture of leather, together with the Barks, Leaves, Fruits, &c., from which they are prepared. Drysalteries, various.
  • 797 Charles Dixon and Co., 86, Randal-street, Blackburn, Lancashire. Baking, Custard, Egg, and Blancmange Powders. Starch Gloss, Borax Dry Soap, Harness Blacking, Cattle Medicines, Bleached Oils and Colours.
  • 798 Bourgeois Aine, 31, Rue de Caire, Paris; agent, Alfred Hallam, Post Office, Peel Causeway, Altrincham. Specialities in fine Colours for designers to calico printers, the industrial arts, and for flowers, in tubes, flakes, powder, batons, and moist. Drawing Materials, Mathematical Instruments, and Designers’ Requisites.

GROUP VIII.— METALLURGY.

  • 799 Abram Coal Co., Bickershaw, Wigan; and 64, The Albany, Liverpool. Specimens of Abram New Boghead Cannel, Selected Cannel Pickings, Cannel Nuts, Arley House Coal, Arley Gas Coal, Arley Nuts, Orrel 5ft. Coal, Wigan 5ft. Coal, Wigan 4ft. Coal, Wigan 6ft. Coal, and Abram Main Coal.
  • 800 Percy C. Gilchrist, 101, Palace Chambers, Bridge-street, Westminster, S.W. Steel and Slag made from phosphoric pig-iron, by the Basic or Thomas-Gilchrist process.
  • 801 Cowles Electric Smelting and Aluminium Co., 36, Lombard-street, London, E.C. Sample ingots of the products of the electric smelting furnace and Cowles process, and various products thereof in crude and manufactured forms.
  • 802 Johnson, Matthey, and Co., Hatton Garden, London. Platinum Apparatus for concentrating sulphuric acid, and for laboratory purposes.
  • 803 James Smith, 39 and 41, Bridge-street, Manchester. Gold Leaf, in process of manufacture.
  • 804 Magnesium Metal Co., Patricroft, near Manchester. Antimony Ore (Oxide). Senarmontite Crystals (Meroxide of Antimony). Antimony Ore (Stibnite). Antimony Metal. Antimony Potassium Tartrate (Tartar Emetic). Antimony Sodium Fluoride. Bismuth Ore. Bismuth Metal. Gold Ore (Quartz). Gold. Magnesium Ore (Magnesium Carbonate). Magnesium Metal. Magnesium Metal Ingots. Magnesium Metal Filings. Magnesium Metal Ribbon. Magnesium Metal Wire. Mercury Ore (Sulphide-Cinnabar). Mercury. Potassium Metal. Silver Ore. Silver Cake. Silver (Granulated). Sodium Metal. Sodium Chlorate. Sodium Hydrate (Caustic Soda). Vanadium Ore. Vanadic Acid. Vanadiate of Ammonia. The New Incandescent Gas Light. Antimony Ores, Metal, and Salts. Bismuth Ores and Metal. Gold Ores and Metal. Magnesium Ore and Metal. Mercury Ore and Metal. Potassium Metal. Silver Ores and Metal. Sodium Metal and Salts. Vanadium Ore and Salts.
  • 805 Joseph Walker Parker and Co., Lead Works, Chester. Lead Ore. Lead. Products of above, and various manufactures therefrom.
  • 806 Platt Brothers and Co., Limited, Hartford Ironworks, Oldham. A piece of Mountain Mine Coal. Coke made from Washed Mountain Mine Coal. A piece of Big Mine Coal, from Moston Colliery. Machine-made Facing Bricks. Close Fire Bricks, made from pit shale and clay ground together.
  • 807 Webster’s Patent Aluminium Crown Metal Co., 34, St. Mary Axe, London, E.C. Webster’s Patent Metals and Goods Manufactured from them.
  • 808 Duncan McKechnie, Metal Works, St. Helens, Lancashire. Specimens illustrative of the Wet Copper Extraction Process. Spanish Pyrites, Burnt Pyrites, Purple Ore, Silver Precipitate, Copper Precipitate, &c. Refined Ingot Copper. Refined Silver. Sulphate of Copper. Shot Copper.
  • 809 The Mostyn Coal and Iron Co., Mostyn, North Wales. Samples of Spiegeleisen, Ferromanganese, Silico Spiegel, Silicious Iron, Ferrochromium. Samples of Manganese.
  • 810 Henry Wiggin and Co., 55, George-street, Parade, Birmingham. Specimens of Nickel and Cobalt Ore, and materials exhibiting the process of manufacture from the native mineral to the finished spoon and fork, &c. Specimens of Nickel and Cobalt in various forms, including the Oxides of Cobalt. Specimens of German Silver and other white metals. Samples of Stamped and Raised Metal. Tubes for Ship Fittings and Bar Fittings. Specimens of Harness Furniture and Railway Carriage Fittings in Silveroid, a new white metal. German Silver Wires, &c. Cast Anodes of Nickel and Cobalt for nickel and cobalt plating. Patent wrought Anodes of Nickel and Cobalt and Nickel and Cobalt Salts.
  • 811 West Cumberland Iron and Steel Co., Limited, Workington, Cumberland. Materials used and products obtained in the Manufacture of Bessemer Pig Iron, Spiegeleisen, Steel Rails, Plates, and Steel Castings.
  • 812 The College of Agriculture, Downton, near Salisbury. A Chart exhibiting the effects of Basic Cinder used as a fertiliser. Specimens of Basic Cinder (a) before disintegration. Specimens of Cinder {h) after disintegration. Specimens of the Basic Lining of Bessemer Converters (Thomas - Gilchrist process). Specimens of Superphosphate of Lime, manufactured from basic cinder. Specimen of Precipitated Phosphate of Lime, manufactured from basic cinder. Specimens of Steel (Thomas - Gilchrist process), from the North- Eastern Steel Works.
  • 813 The Astley and Tyldesley Coal and Salt Co., Limited, Tyldesley, near Manchester, and Castlefield, Liverpool-read, Manchester. Sample Blocks of Astley Best House Coal, Hartley House and Gas Coal, Six-Feet Rams Steam Coal, and Great Seven-Feet Bakers’ Coal.

GROUP IX.— ALKALIS, ACIDS AND SALTS.

  • 814 John Riley and Sons, Hapton Chemical Works, near Accrington. Chemicals for Bleachers, Finishers, Dyers, and Calico Printers.
  • 815 Gaskell, Deacon and Co., Widnes. Samples of the following Chemicals: Bicarbonate of Soda, Caustic Soda, Refined Alkali, Soda Ash, Crystal Carbonate, Bleaching Powder, Chloride of Calcium, and Soda Crystals (Washing Soda).
  • 816 Brunner, Mond and Co. Limited, Northwich, Cheshire. Carbonate of Soda (Pure Alkali, Bleachers’ Ash, and other qualities), Soda Crystals, Sesqui-Carbonate of Soda, Bicarbonate of Soda, Caustic Soda, and Bleaching Powder.
  • 817 Wigg Brothers and Steele, Old Quay, Runcorn. Vitriol, Salt Cake, Acids, Copper, Pearl Hardening, Bleaching Powder, Paints, with raw materials from which they are manufactured.
  • 818 Tennants and Co., 49, Faulkner-street, Manchester; works. Mill Street, Clayton, Manchester. Oil of Vitriol. Rectified and Brown Muriatic Acid. Nitric Acid. Epsom Salts. Glaubers Salts. Copperas. Sulphate of Copper. Stannate Soda. 40oz. Metallic Tin. Tin Crystals and Solutions. Solid Chloride Zinc. Sulphate of Zinc. Nitrate of Iron. Chloride of Manganese. Bisulphites of Soda and Lime. Bichromates of Potash and Soda. Red and Yellow Prussiate of Potash. Nitrate of Copper Crystals.
  • 819 Jos. C. Gamble and Son, Gerard’s Bridge Chemical Works, St. Helens. Samples showing the various stages in the process of manufacture of — Soda Ash, “ purified,” Chlorate of Potash; Caustic Soda Ash, Chlorate of Soda; Caustic Soda Cream, Chlorate of Baryta; Bleaching Powder, Chlorate of Strontia; Sulphide of Sodium, and other chlorates.
  • 820 James Muspratt and Sons, Liverpool and Widnes. Soda Ash, Caustic Soda, White Sulphur. Chlorate of Potash, Chloride of Magnesium, Bleaching Powder, Rectified Vitriol, Brown Vitriol, Sulphide of Barium, Chloride of Barium, Sulphide of Zinc, Blanc Fixe, Manganate of Soda, Saltcake 97°, Muriatic Acid, Chlorate of Soda, Hydrate of Baryta Magnesia.
  • 821 John Thom, Birkacre, Chorley, Lancashire. Process of making Carbonate of Soda.
  • 822 Bell Brothers, Limited, Middlesbrough. Samples illustrating the salt deposits and industry of the Tees, and the Schloesing Ammonia-Soda process. Samples illustrating the manufacture of pig iron at the Clarence Iron Works, near Middlesbrough. Samples illustrating the manufacture of Barium on the Tyne.
  • 823 J. M. Collett and Co., High Orchard Works, Gloucester. Specimens of their Pure Bisulphite of Lime, Bisulphite of Soda, Bisulphite of Potash, and Bisulphite of Magnesia, together with Sulphites of Lime, Potash, Soda, Sulphurous Acid, and their Universal Preservative. Also Isinglass from Russia, Siberia, Hudson Bay, Brazil, West Indies, Penang, Bombay, Kurrachee, China and Manilla.
  • 824 C. B. Cullerne and Co. ; office, 36, Cobden-street; Crown Works, Napier-street, Liverpool. Isinglass, Finings, Bisulphite of Lime, Sulphurous Acid, &c.
  • 825 A. G. Kurtz and Co., Sutton Alkali Works, St. Helens, Lancashire. Soda Ash. Caustic Soda. Chlorate of Potash. Bleaching Powder. Soda Crystals (Washing Soda).
  • 826 John Howarth Padgett, Brookdale Salt Works, Northwich, Cheshire. Salts of various qualities.
  • 827 R. and N. Pott, 22, Southwark Bridge-road, London, S.E. Vinegar, Materials. Models, showing old and new processes of acetification.
  • 828 Anthony K. Kaye and Son, Mold Green Chemical Works, Huddersfield. Various Chemical Products. Aniline Dyes. One-dip Dyes (Fast). Indigo, and Indigo Products. Dye woods, and Dyewood Extracts; and general Drysalteries.
  • 829 Peter Spence and Sons, Manchester Alum Works, Manchester; Goole Alum Works, Goole; Peter Spence and Co., Nechells Park Chemical Works, Birmingham. Colossal Crystal of Alum (quality as used by makers of finest papers, dyers, calico printers, tanners, pottery colour manufacturers, cement makers, &c., &c.). Alum of extreme purity, for Turkey red dyeing (Spence’s Turkey Red). Ground. Alum, as used in dyeing, calico printing, &c., &c. Spence’s Patent Sulphate of Alumina, purest quality, for making red liquor for dyers, sizing-paper, &c., &c. Spence’s Patent Aluminoferric, for sizing ordinary papers, purifying waters for towns and manufactories, making cloth incombustible, &c., &c. Spence’s Patent Alfersil, for Purifying- Sewage and other refuse waters, by Spence’s Patent. Sulphuric Acid. Hydrochloric Acid. Sulphate of Potash. Sulphate of Ammonia. Alum Octahedra, showing typical form of alum crystal. Spence’s International Hydrometer: a standard measurer both of the strength and the specific gravity of solutions and other liquids.
  • 830 The Widnes Alkali Co., Limited, Widnes, Lancashire, and 25, Water-street, Liverpool. White Caustic Soda, Bleaching Powder (Chloride of Lime), Saltcake (Suphate of Soda), Chlorate of Potash, crystallised and powdered. Manganate of Soda, Permanganate of Soda.
  • 831 The Greenbank Alkali Works Co., Limited, St. Helens, Lancashire. Pure Chemicals, Double Refined Caustic Soda, Double Refined Caustic Soda, powdered (a specialty for Bleachers, Dyers, &c., and for making pure Hard Soap). Pure Caustic Potash (a specialty for Woollen Manufacturers, for making pure Potash Soaps). Refined Pearl Ashes, Pure Chlorate of Potash, crystals and powder. Chloride of Lime, or Bleaching Powder, of extra strength. Pure Red Oxide of Iron. Pure Red Oxide Paint.
  • 832 R. and J. Garroway, Netherfield Chemical Works, Glasgow. Model of Works. Roll Sulphur. Double Vitriol. Concentrated Vitriol. Unconcentrated Vitriol. Pyrites Vitriol. Engravers’ Nitric Acid. Aqua Fortis. Braziers’ Aqua Fortis. Marine Acid. Sulphurous Acid. Bisulphate of Lime. Caustic Soda. Soda Ash. Salt Cake. Nitre Cake. Oxalic Acid. Nitrate of Iron. Sulpho-Nitrate of Iron. Nitrate of Copper. Crystals of Tin. Oxy-muriate of Tin. Double Muriate of Tin. Single Muriate of Tin. Pink Salts. Lac Spirits. Alizarine Stannate. Solid Stannate of Soda. Glauber Salts. Epsom Salts. Borax. Boracic Acid. Acetic Acid. Acetate of Lime. Red Liquor. Charcoal. Muriate of Iron. Muriate of Zinc. Feathered Refined Tin, &c., &c. Also Patent Process for Making Sulphuric Acid.
  • 833 W. G. Pursell and Co., 13, Bernard-street, and 40, Constitution-street, Leith. Borax in a natural, simple, and compound condition, suitable for various manufacturing, chemical, medical and domestic purposes. Refined Boracic Acid, and a specially-prepared powder for the preser- vation of fresh fish and other food substances.
  • 834 The Trustees of the late James Buckley, Copperas Manufacturers, 108, Higher Ardwick, Manchester. Crystals of Green Copperas (Sulphate of Iron).
  • 835 H. D. Pochin and Co., Limited, Quay-street, Salford. Materials for Paper Makers and Calico Printers.
  • 836 The Eureka Salt Manufacturing Co., Limited; works, Northwich, Cheshire; offices, 33, Tower Buildings West, Liverpool. Rock Salt. Natural Brine, and Manufactured Salt in natural crystals of various kinds.

GROUP X .— FATS, OILS, AND SOAPS.

  • 839 N. Kilvert and Sons, Mark-lane, Manchester. Packages of Lard, patent grease-proof boxes, and other specialities. Hermetically sealed tins.
  • 840 Henry Shaw and Co., Chemical Manufacturers, Dukinfield, near Manchester. Soaps, Blues, and Ultramarines.
  • 841 David Thom and Co., Whit-lane Works, Pendleton. Soap and small Hand-Stamping Machine.
  • 842 Joshua Margerison and Co., White Windsor Soap Works, Preston. Soap Castle. Bust of Queen Victoria. Bust of Prince Albert. Bust of Late President Lincoln, United States of America. Bust of late President Garfield, United States of America. All made from Margeri son’s White Windsor Soap. Samples of various Soaps.
  • 843 John Higson, 72, Victoria-street, Blackburn. Wart Soap.
  • 844 William Brown, Victoria Soap Co., Limited, 47, Oldham-road, Manchester. Soaps for silk throwing, spinning and dyeing, cotton sizing and feeding; also prepared soap for cops. Fancy Soaps. Fulling and Scouring Soaps. Detergents. Paint Killer. Neutral Carriage Paste. Boiler Compound. Wheel Greases.
  • 845 T. B. Rowe and Co., Thames Soap Works, Brentford, London. White Oil Soap. Refined Curd Soap. Bengal Yellow Soap. Brown Oil Soap. Brentford Mottled Soap.
  • 846 James Alexander and Co., 18, Paradise-street, Lambeth, London. Savon Hamamelis Virginica, or Hazel Soap. The Exhibition and other Soaps.
  • 847 Gray, Smith, and Bennitt, Rockingham Soap and Starch Works, Wath-upon-Dearne. Yorkshire. Household Soaps, Toilet Soaps, Soft Soaps, Dry Soap, Milling and Scouring Soaps. Starch. Chemicals and Tallows used in the manufacture of the same.
  • 848 Chiswick Soap Co., Chiswick, Middlesex. Soft Soaps. Oils and Potashes from which thev are made.
  • 849 Hazlehurst and Sons, Camden Works, Runcorn. Household and export Soaps. Glycerine.
  • 850 J. C. Paton and Son, 5, Chatham-street, Piccadilly, Manchester. Paton's Soap Economiser, or Dry Soap.
  • 851 Geldart and Co., Rathbone-road, Old Swan, Liverpool. Soft Soap. Blacking.
  • 852 Roy and Co., 5, Brown-street, Red Bank, Manchester. Household, Toilet, and Manufacturers' Soaps.
  • 853 Bagnall and Co., Red Bank Oil Works, and 22, Bull’s Head Chambers, City. Oils and Greases.
  • 854 Smith and Forrest, Holt Town, Manchester. Rosin, Mineral Shale, Petroleum, and Coal Tar.
  • 855 Robert Brown and Co., 4, Newton-street, Manchester. Bar and Soft Soaps for silk, cotton, and wool. Perfumed Eyebright Soaps. Detergent, Paint Solvent, and Brown’s Boiler Compound.
  • 856 The Health Soap Co., Soap Manufacturers, Bootle, Liverpool. Health Soap, and process of manufacture.
  • 857 Frederick Round, Chemist, 10, London-street, Southport. Pedeline.
  • 858 David Shaw and Co.; works, Clayton, near Manchester; offices, 35, Market-street, Manchester. Wool, Cloth, and Oleine Oils. Stearine Tallow Greases. Hot-neck, Water, and Cog Wheel. Spindle, Loom, Cylinder, and Engine Oils. Animal, Vegetable, and Fish Oils. Chemical Manures. Bone Sizes and Glues.
  • 859 A. B. Fleming and Co., Limited, Caroline Park, Edinburgh; and 67, Piccadilly, Manchester. Patent Solidified Oil and Lubricatous Spindle. Loom and Engine Oils. Cylinder and Valve Oil. Colliery Greases. New Mineral fibre, Agalite, rock and ground.
  • 860 John Sandeman, Ruchill Oil Works, Maryhill, Glasgow. Crude Rosin Oils. Refined Rosin Oils. Drying or Siccative Rosin Oil. Rosin Spirit. Rosin Pitch. Mineral Greases.
  • 861 Geo. and Geo. W. Skelton, 15, Quay-street, Manchester. Animal, Vegetable, and Mineral Lubricating Oils, and Tallows.
  • 862 George Fairclough, Green Lane Oil Works, Princess-street, Manchester. Oils.
  • 863 Senior and Brooks, Limited, Spring Lane Oil and Soap Works, Radcliffe; and Back Pool Fold, Cross-street, Manchester. Loom, Spindle, Engine, Cylinder, Shafting, and Machinery Oils. Fancy Toilet Soaps. Transparent Glycerine Soap.
  • 864 Colledge Roy and Co., 5, Brown-street and 27, Roger-street. Bed Bank, Manchester. Lubricating Oils and Tallow Greases, and Sizing Tallow and Wax.
  • 865 Broadbent and Son, India Buildings, 14, Cross-street, Manchester. Engelbert’s Lubricant.
  • 866 J. Veitch Wilson, Halliday, and Co., Queen-street, Bradford, Manchester. Specimens of materials used in the preparation of Lubricating Oils. Samples of finished Lubricating Oils. Instruments and Apparatus used in testing lubricants.
  • 867 Edwin Washington Wollaston, 12, Dutton-street, Manchester. Samples of Lubricating and Burning Oils.
  • 868 William H. Samuel and Co., 62, Dale-street, Liverpool; and Guardian Buildings, Cross-street, Manchester; works, 13, 15, and 17, Ford-street, Liverpool. Spindle, Cylinder, Engine, and Axle Oils and Greases.
  • 869 Joseph Kershaw and Co., Hollinwood, near Manchester. Samples of Non-Conducting Composition, Asbestos Coating, Hair Felt, Asphalte Felt, Asbestos Removable Coating, Wheel and Locomotive Greases, Wire Rope Grease, Engine and Bolton Polishes, Banding Composition, Rope Driving Composition, Red, Black and other coloured Varnishes. Detergent Composition, Soft Soap, White Soft Soap, Printers’ and Bleachers’ Soap, Fullen Millers’ and Domestic Soaps (various).
  • 870 James Light and Son, 11, Rumford-street, Liverpool. Lubricating Oils, Burning Oils, Tallows, Greases, Sizing Flours, Wool, Engine and Shafting Oils.
  • 871 Robert Oliver and Co., Sharp-street Oil Works, Rochdale-road, Manchester. Oils and Tallows.
  • 872 Wm. Gossage and Sons; works, Widnes, Lancashire. Illustration of the History, Chemistry, and Manufacture of ordinary English Soaps. The Chemical Substances employed in soap-making in former times and as now used. Palm Plant, with fruit from which palm oil, as imported from Africa, is made. Raw Palm Oil as imported. Cocoa Nuts, in fibre and without. Coprah, the dried fleshy part of the cocoa nut, from which cocoa-nut oil is expressed. Palm Nuts and Palm Kernels from which palm-kernel oil is made. Cotton Seeds from Egypt, from which cotton oil is produced. Kelp Weed. Kelp Salts, as used by soap makers before the invention of Le Blanc revolutionised the soda manufacture. Soda Ash. Caustic Soda and Soda Crystals. Spent Lye, waste liquor from soap making, the largest source of glycerine. Crude Glycerine. Pure Glycerine, fit for dynamite making. Nitro-glycerine and cases (empty) in which dynamite is usually packed. Silicates of Soda and Potash, both solid and liquid. The principal use for silicate of soda (solution) is for soap manufacture. It is also used largely in the manufacture of artificial stone, and in calico printing. The calico with which this Court is draped has been printed wdth silicate of soda.
  • 873 Lever Bros., Sunlight Soap Works, Warrington. Sunlight Soap, with process of stamping the tablets. Practical description by actual illustrations of the methods of using the soap. A complete model to scale, in fibrous plaster, of the Sunlight Soap Works.

GROUP XI— TANNING.

  • 874 William Walker and Sons, Rose Hill and Bark-street Tanneries, Bolton. Curried English Strap Butts, dressed whole and in halves. English Shoe and Clog Butts. English Shoulders and Bellies.
  • 875 Henry Parkinson and Co., Tanners, Latchford, near Warrington. An Oak Bark and Valonia Leather, specially tanned for all hard wear-resisting purposes, such as sole, bucket, hydraulic, and other requirements.
  • 876 Gridley and Co., Bishopsgate Avenue, London. Russian Isinglass, as taken from the sturgeon. Brazil Isinglass in similar stages. Isinglass of every description, in crude state, from Penang, Bombay, Hudson Bay, West Indies, Saigon, Singapore, and China; also the same kinds in their manufactured condition.
  • 877 Thomas R. B. Bindley and Son, Smethwick, near Birmingham. Sample Cakes of Gelatines and Glues. Samples of Size and Grease. Specimens of Articles of different trades in which these goods are consumed. Raw materials from which manufactured, and the refuse.
  • 878 James Taylor and Sons, 27, 29, and 31, Union Square, Bury, Lancashire. Shoe, Clog, and Kip Butts. Sole Bends, English and Foreign. Harness Backs, Black and Brown. Welt Shoulders. Insole Shoulders, Black Bellies and Shoulders. Tanning Extracts: Clarified Oak, Myrabolam, Sumac, Divi-Divi, Valonia, Larch. Tanning Material: Myrobolams, Sumac, Divi, and Valonia.

GROUP XII.— INDIARUBBER, GUTTA PERCHA, &c,

  • 879 David Moseley and Sons, Chapel Field Works, Ardwick, Manchester; warehouses, 2, 4, and 6, New Brown-street, Manchester; 14, Aldermanbury Avenue, London, E.C.; 57, Miller-street, Glasgow; 20, Rue des Marais, Paris; 14, Place Sainte Gudule, Brussels. Indiarubber for mechanical purposes: Washers, Sheet, Valves, Railway Buffers, Steam Packing, Ball Valves, Bearing Springs, Deckle Straps for Paper Machines. Door Mats. Stair Treads, &c. India-rubber Tubing for chemical purposes. India rubber Delivery and Suction Hose. Anchor Linen Hose for fire brigades. Simplex Cotton Belt. Vulcanite and Ebonite for electrical and chemical purposes. Patent Coruscus Waterproof Garments. Waterproof Garments of all kinds. Lorne Tobacco Pouches. The New Rex Tennis Balls.
  • 880 J. Mandleberg and Co., Albion Rubber Works, Pendleton, Manchester; 69, High-street, Manchester; 18, St. Paul’s Church Yard, London, E.C.; 49, Jamaica-street, Glasgow; 18, Fleet-street, Dublin. - Waterproof Clothing, in various styles and materials. Ventilated Waterproof Clothing. Albion and Embossed Proofing. Waterproof Ponchos and General Indiarubber Manufactures.
  • 881 Broadhurst and Co., Bradford, Manchester. Indiarubber for mechanical and engineering purposes. Waterproof Garments and Air-proof Goods.
  • 883 William Currie and Co., Caledonian Bubber Works, Edinburgh. Indiarubber Manufactures for mechanical purposes. Waterproof Cloths in the piece. Waterproof Clothing. Anglers and Sportsmen’s Requisites, Coachbuilders’ Furnishings, Door Mats, Tennis Shoe Soles, Golf Balls, &c.
  • 884 Cooper, Box and Co., 7, Love-lane, Wood-street, London, E.C. The Talethes Waterproof Coats and other Waterproof Garments. Ladies’ Waterproof Cloaks; Waterproof Driving Aprons; Waterproof Leggings, &c.
  • 885 Chas. Macintosh and Co., Cambridge-street, Manchester. Indiarubber, raw and in process of manufacture. Solid Rubber Blocks and Cut Sheet. Sheets. Valves, Cylinders, Washers, Buffers, Belting, Hose Pipe, Mats and Floorcloth. Elastic Thread, Inflated Indiarubber Boat, Waterproof Textures and Garments, Airproof Goods, Ambulance and Life-saving Mattresses, Surgical Goods, Elastic Bauds, Tennis and Playing Balls.
  • 887 Bilsland and Co., 99, Princess-street, Edinburgh. Waterproof Driving, Hunting, and Shooting Coats. Fishing Trousers, Stockings, Boots, and Bags. Air and Water Cushions. Carriage Aprons and Mats. Sponging Baths, Cartridge and Game Bags, Hot Water Bottles, Ladies’ Silk and other Waterproofs, Garden Hose, Horse-frog Pads, Decoy Ducks, Lawn Tennis Shoes, Cart Covers, Horse Loin Covers, &c.
  • 888 Isidor Frankenburg, Greengate Rubber and Leather Works, Salford, Manchester. Raw Rubber, Waterproof Cloth Garments and Rugs, Tennis and Sporting Shoes, Leggings, Laces, and sundry Waterproof and Leather Goods.
  • 889 Edward Watson, 34, South Back, Canongate, Edinburgh. Indiarubber and Xylonite Articles. Bands, Combs.
  • 890 The Ancoats Vale Rubber Co., Limited, Palmerston-street, Ancoats, Manchester. Vulcanised Indiarubber Thread, Fine-cut Sheet, Thin Spread Sheet, Single and Double Texture Waterproof Garments, Carriage Rugs and Mats, Leggings, Airproof Goods, Card Cloths, Printers’ and Lithographic Blankets, Valves, Sheet and Washers for mechanical purposes, Indiarubber Driving Belts, Suction and Delivery Hose Pipes, Gas Tubing. Lawn Tennis and other Playing Balls, Domestic, Surgical, and other Indiarubber articles.
  • 891 The Laverine Chemical Co.; works. Abbey Hey, Gorton; town address, 29, Princess-street, Manchester. Sea Foam, or light white Artificial Indiarubber. Amber, or hard yellow Artificial Indiarubber. Nigrum Elasticum, or hard black Artificial Indiarubber. Castor, or hard grey Artificial Indiarubber. Powdered white Artificial Indiarubber. Powdered yellow Artificial Indiarubber. Powdered black Artificial Indiarubber.

GROUP XIII — BUILDING MATERIALS.

  • 892 Kneeshaw, Lupton and Co., 41, Old Hall-street, Liverpool. Samples from Llysfaen Quarries. Lime, Limestone, Crushed Chippings and Riddlings, and Limestone Dust. Samples from Port Nant Granite Quarries, near Pwllheli, North Wales. Granite Paving Sets, Breakers, Macadam and Chippings.
  • 893 Thurstonland Brick and Stone Co., Limited, Brockholes, near Huddersfield. Dark Red Facing Bricks. Light Red Facing Bricks. Imperishable Engineering Bricks. Ornamental Bricks. Machine-dressed, Hard Blue, York Stone, consisting of moulded and plain steps, copings, palisading, stones, flags, &c.
  • 894 Geo. King Harrison, The Lye Fire-clay and Brick Works, Stourbridge. Fire-bricks (burnt and unburnt). Retorts (burnt). Fire-clay, in natural state as raised. Specimens of same after having been subjected to intense heat.
  • 895 The Croft Granite, Brick, and Concrete Co., Croft, near Leicester. Articles for Building, Paving, and Decorating in Croft Adamant. String courses. Panels, Medallions, and other Ornamental mouldings. Paving Slabs, plain and grooved.
  • 896 Thomas Lawrence and Son, Bracknell, Berkshire. Gauged and Carved Red Brickwork, in the shape of a niche executed with the T. L. B. rubbing bricks, standing on a base built with red pressed facing bricks.
  • 897 William Mellor, Gorton Brook Pottery, Ardwick, Manchester. Chemical Stoneware Pottery, used in condensing, evaporating, collecting, crystallising, or mixing of chemicals, and consisting of receivers, taps, pipes, mugs, jugs, funnels, test trials, and dishes.
  • 898 Edward Brooke and Sons, Fieldhouse Fireclay Works, Huddersfield. Silica Fire Bricks. Fireclay Bricks. White and Coloured Glazed Bricks. White and Coloured Glazed Sinks. Salt Glazed Earthenware Cisterns. Glass Furnace Blocks. Glass Tank Boats. Glass Tank Syphons. Gas Retorts. Tuyeres.
  • 899 Otto Trechmann, West Hartlepool. Model of Dietzsch’s Patent Kiln for the continuous burning of cement, limestone, and other materials. Explanatory Drawing of the same. Apparatus for Testing the Tensile Strength, Soundness, Fineness, Setting Time, &c. of Cement. Calcimeter for estimating the amount of Carbonate of Lime in the Slurry. Sundry Sample Specimens of Chalk, Clay, Slurry, Clinker, Portland and other Cements. Briquettes and Standard Sand for testing. Set Cement and Concretes, illustrating the manufacture, testing, and application of Cement.
  • 900 The Great Rocks Lime and Stone Co., Dove Holes, near Stockport; works, Peak Forest, Buxton. Sample of Best Lime. Ordinary Raw Lump Limestone. Crushed Limestone for chemical and other purposes.
  • 901 T. C. Brown-Westhead, Moore and Co., Cauldon Place, Staffordshire Potteries. Specimens of Materials used in the manufacture of China and various kinds of Earthenware.
  • 902 Doulton and Co., 17, Deansgate, Manchester; and Lambeth Pottery, London. Stoneware Drain Pipes, Self-Adjusting Joint and Composite Joint Drain Pipes of Lambeth, Rowley Regis, and St. Helens manufacture. Gullie’s Interceptors. Patent Channels. Doulton Peto Fireproof Flooring. Patent Silicon Tread. Vitrified Stoneware Sinks. Blue Facing, Paving, and Coping Bricks. Red and Buff Terra Cotta. Lavatories. Slop Sinks. Water Waste Preventoi*s. Double Valve Syphon Waste Preventors. Drop by Drop Flushing Syphons for main and branch drains. Flushing Tanks. Grease Interceptors, Lavatory Valves, Stop Cocks, &c. Glazed Ware. Slow Combustion Grates and Mantels ; also Radiating Open Tile Stoves for halls, &c.
  • 904 Joseph Cliff and Sons, Wortley, near Leeds. Imperial Porcelain Bath and fittings. Roman Bath, with ornamental rolled top panels. Imperial Slop Sinks, Washing Tubs, Kitchen Sinks, &c. White, Coloured, and Ornamental Glazed Bricks, Glazed Brownware Bricks for staircases. Dados to Schools, &c. Faience Panels, Stringcourses, Fenders, &c. Architectural Terra Cotta. Hanging Tiles. White and coloured Channel Bends and Traps for manholes. Patent Traps, Lavatories, Plug Basins, &c.
  • 906 The Aesthetic Asphalte Co., Wellington-terrace, Todmorden; Virginia-street, Southport; Hulme Hall-road, Manchester. Samples of Stansfield’s Patent Asphalte for carriage drives, garden paths, or promenades. Also of Stansfield’s Patent Laminated Waterproof Asphalte, for covering arches, bridges, mill and other roofs, &c., for carrying or throwing off water.
  • 907 Brundrit and Co., Buncorn, Cheshire. Specimens of Architectural Work in Runcorn Building Stone. Also, Samples of Paving Sets, Crossings, &c., for road purposes.
  • 908 Willesden Paper Works (The Patent Waterproof Paper and Canvas Co., Limited), Willesden Junction, London, N.W. Ventilating Shaft of Willesden 4-ply Paper, for mining, and other purposes. Awning, illustrating uses of Willesden Canvas. Tank made of Willesden 4-ply Paper, holding water. Rolls of Willesden Roofing, Willesden Paper, Willesden Rotproof Canvas, and Willesden Rotproof Scrim.
  • 909 Casebourne and Co., Limited, West Hartlepool. Portland Cement, from the raw material to its finished state. Concrete Work. Test Bars. Faijas Cement Testing Machine. Scheibler’s Apparatus for the Accurate Quantitative Estimate for Carbonate of Lime. Arnold’s Patent Cement Moulder. Sieves and Gauge Glasses for ascertaining fineness of Cement.

GROUP XIV.— SUGAR, GUMS, STARCHES, c.

  • 912 E. J. Scott, 169, Preston-road, Blackburn. Potato Products. Farina. Pearl Farina. Potato Barley. Dextrine, or British Gum, white, yellow, and darker shades. Glucose or Grape Sugar, solid, chips, liquid. Crystallised Potato Sugar, Virine. Potato Spirit, various qualities, both refined and unrefined. Products of the Sago Palm. Section and Photo, of the Sago Palm. Raw Sago. Sago in various stages of manufacture. Sago Flour, Sarawack, Sago Flour, Borneo. Small, Medium, and Large Pearl Sago. Tapioca. Tapioca Roots or Bulbs. Tapioca Flour. Tapioca Small Flake. Arrowroot, Indian Corn Starch. Rice Starch. Wheat Starch. Sizing Flours. Muciline. Lancashire Size. Various Prepared Sizes. Raw materials used in the Preparation of Size. Chloride of Magnesium (prime white and English). Chloride of Zinc, solid and liquid. Chloride of Calcium, solid and liquid. Epsom and Glauber’s Salts. Prepared Sizing Wax. Storey’s Warp Softners. Emolline. China Clay, various qualities. French Chalk. Barytes.
  • 913 H. L. Lilley and Co., Albert Works, Queen’s-road, Manchester. Rice, Wheat, Maize, and Potatoe Starches. Crystalised, Granulated, and Powdered Rice (or Cold Water) Starch. Specimen Cubes of Starch, showing process of crystalisation. Corn Flour. British Gums.
  • 913a Henry Tate and Sons, 15, Exchange Buildings, Liverpool; and 21, Mincing Lane, London. Samples of Crystal Sugars. Cut Loaf Sugar.
  • 914 The Sankey Sugar Co., Earlestown, Lancashire. Refined Syrup and Black Treacle. Raw Cane Sugars. Samples from the different processes Raw Cane Sugars pass through in Refining. Photographs of Acarus Sacchari, or Sugar Mite.
  • 915 Stiff and Co., Redcliff-street, Bristol. Starch and other Products from Rice.

GROUP XV.— MISCELLANEOUS.

  • 917 Wilcock and Co., Burmantofts, Leeds. Constructional Faience Fountain.
  • 918 John Johnson and Co., St. Anne’s Works, Liverpool. Plumbago, or Graphite, commonly known as Black Lead, specimens of various qualities and kinds from different parts of the world. Knife-polishing Powder. Laundry Blues, manufactured from the ultramarine of commerce, in various forms. Indigo Blues for laundry purposes.
  • 919 Bryant and May, Limited, Fairfield Works, Bow, London, E. Specimens of Patent Safety Matches, Wax Vestas, Wax Tapers for gas lighting ; Tiger, Ruby, Pearl, Runaway, Elephant, Victoria, and other Household Matches.
  • 919a Jewsbury and Brown, 113, Market-street, and 44, Downing-street, Manchester. Soda Water, Seltzer Water, Potash Water, Lithia Water, Lithia and Potash Water, Simple Aerated Water, Lemonade, Ginger Ale, Quinine Tonic Water, Aerated Ginger Beer, Champagne Cider, Horehound Beer, in bottles, half-bottles, and syphons. Materials used in the manufacture of mineral waters and aerated beverages. Specimens of Pure English Tin Pipe. Jewsbury and Brown’s Oriental Tooth Paste.
  • 920 Frederick King and Co., Limited, 26, Waring-street, Belfast, and 6, Bishopsgate Avenue, London. Edwards’ Preserved Potato. A granulated Preparation of the Fresh Potato. Edwards’ Desiccated Soup. A dry Preparation of Vegetables and Extract of Beef. Edwards’ White (Vegetable) Soup.
  • 921 Bratby and Hinchliffe, Sandford-street, Ancoats, Manchester; and 146, Minories, London, E.C. Essential Oils, Soluble Fruit Essences, Fruit Syrups, and Cordials specially prepared for the mineral water and confectionery trades. Colourings. Citrochloric Acid, a new agent for acidulating aerated beverages. Salts for natural mineral waters. Heading for producing a foam on aerated beverages. Lime Juice.
  • 922 J. Blackwood and Co., 18, Bread-street Hill, London. Writing and Copying Inks. Sealing Wax. Legend Gum Cement. Jetoline Marking Inks.
  • 923 P. Cochran and Co., 32 and 32a, Cable-street, Liverpool. Writing and Copying Inks. Liquid Gums and Glue. Specimens of Materials used in Ink Making. Specimens of writing done with P. Cochran and Co.’s. Inks.
  • 924 A. P. Towle and Son, 75, Back Piccadilly, Manchester. Towle’s Chlorodyne. Liquid Chlorodyne. Towle’s Chlorodyne Lozenges. Towle’s Chlorodyne Jujubes. Thornton’s Toilet Cream. Amboline. The Thornton Lotion.
  • 925 William Sharratt, Tower Works, Droylsden, Manchester. Carbolic Acid. Carbolic Disinfecting Powder, Carbolic Soaps, Chemical Manures, Non-conducting Composition.
  • 926 Morgan, Lomas and Co., Crumpsall Vale Match Works, Blackley, near Manchester. Ordinary Household Matches, Ordinary Household Dry Soap, Hoffman’s Rice Starch.
  • 927 George E. Davis, 301, Great Clowes-street, Manchester. Working Drawings of Plant for making Liquor Ammonia. Drawings of Plant for recovering the waste soda from paper mills. Drawings of Kiln for utilising the waste oxide from gas works. Working Drawings of Towers for the recovery of nitre in vitriol works. Working Drawings of new form of Copper Calciner. Working Drawings of Small Burner for producing sulphurous acid. Case of Chemicals illustrating products obtained from coal, products obtained from redonda phosphate and sewage, products obtained from waste paper mill liquors. Samples illustrating the purification of waste water from factories.
  • 928 Burroughs, Wellcome and Co., Snow Hill Buildings, 67, Holborn Viaduct, London, E.C. Kepler Extract of Malt. Kepler Solution of Cod Liver Oil in Extract of Malt. Hazeline (a distillate of witch-hazel.) Beef and Iron Wine. Tablets and Tabloids of Compressed Drugs. Strophanthus (African arrow poison, a heart tonic). Digestive Ferments (Zymine, Pepsin, &c.). Pure Terebene. Medicine Chests and Cases fitted with Compressed Drugs, &c.
  • 929 William M. Jowett and Co., 73, and 75, Corporation-street, Manchester. New Hygienic Cleansable Filter, with movable lining of earthen-ware, fitted with compressed charcoal block, and bed of granulated charcoal. Filters on the loose charcoal and mineral carbon principle, sealed at top. Filters with charcoal block as filtering medium. Glass filters for rooms. Pocket Filters. Improved Iron Cleansable High Pressure or Main Service Filter. Improved Patent Self-acting Slate Cistern Filter. Earthernware Cistern Filters to place inside cisterns. Aquariums, Fern Cases, &c. &c.
  • 930 Thomas Roberts, Broom-lane, Levenshulme, Manchester. Self Cleansing High-pressure Water Filters.
  • 931 Jacob Barstow, Filter Works, Pontefract, Yorkshire. Patent Combination Filters. Domestic Filters. Glass Table Filters. Emigrant, Tourist, and Pocket Filters. Filters for cisterns and large Supply Filters.
  • 932 Slack and Brownlow, Canning Works, Upper Medlock-street, Manchester. Compressed Charcoal Filters for general purposes.
  • 933 Silicated Carbon Filter Co., Battersea, London, S.W. Silicated Carbon Self-aerating Movable Block Glass Table Filters. Main Supply Filters. Double Cylinder Filters. Silicated Carbon Patent Movable Blocks on Plates for fitting in reservoirs to filter water supply. Pocket and Travelling, Ambulance, and Field Service Filters, &c.
  • 935 Joseph Halliday and Co., Portland Works, Water-street, Newton, Manchester. Water Filters, High-pressure and Self-cleansing. Large Filters Self-cleansing Low-pressure Filters for cisterns, and other filters.
  • 936 George Cheavin, Wide Bangate Filter Works, Boston, England. Removable Plate Water Filters, Rapid Water Filters, Self-acting Cistern Filter, Syphon Filters, Ornamental Filters, Refrigeration Filters.
  • 937 James and Joseph Clayton, 139, Higher Cambridge-street, Manchester. Filtration of Water through natural stone. Cistern Filters. Portable Pocket Filtei-s, &c. All cut from blocks of natural stone and with or without the use of charcoal.
  • 938 Liebig’s Extract of Meat Co., Limited, 9, Fenchurch Avenue, London, E.C. Extract of Meat. Fray Bentos, Ox Tongues, Corned Beef, Meat Meal for feeding purposes, Manures.
  • 939 Evans, Sons, and Co., 56, Hanover-street, Liverpool. Montserrat Lime Fruit Juice, and its Preparations.
  • 940 The Distillers Co., Limited, 12, Torphichen-street, Edinburgh. A Collection of Grain and Malt Whiskies, London Gin, and other Spirits. Spirits and Whiskies for export in bottle. Squire’s Patent Yeast (Balloon brand) for bakers and confectioners.
  • 941 Archibald Lauder, 76, Sauchiehall-street, Glasgow. Whisky. Model of Still used in the distillation of pure malt whisky.
  • 942 Liebig’s Wine Co., 12, St. Helens Place, London; and 68, Higbfield-street, Liverpool. Beef Wine, Canadian Extract of Beef, Malt Extract, Health Sweets, Meat and Malt Wine.
  • 944 James Marshall, Ibrox Flour Mills, Glasgow. Preparation of Wheat, Farola, Semolina, Tritola, Granola, &c. Pure Foods prepared from wheat. Oat Flour, Ptyaloid, a pure digestive of starch in the form of a dry powder.
  • 946 Morgan and Wright, 102, High Petergate, York. Sweet Extract of Chocolate. Dietetic Chocolate. Cocoas in powder. Essence of Coffee. Chocolate Confectionery.
  • 947 John L. Johnston, 10, Trinity Square, Tower Hill, London. Fluid Beef, Beef Flour, Peptonised Fluid Beef, Fluid Beef Lozenges.
  • 948 Henri Nestle, 9, Snow Hill, London, E.C. Milk Food, a compound of milk, wheaten bread, and sugar. Swiss Milk. Condensed Milk.
  • 949 Hannay and Co., Clowes-street, West Gorton, Manchester. Plain and Fancy Biscuits and Cakes.
  • 950 William Beckett, Springfield Works, Heywood, near Manchester. Fruit Syrups, Non-alcoholic Cordials and Liqueurs, Winterine, Tonic Bitters, Lime Fruit Juice, and other temperance beverages.
  • 951 Pearson and Co., Limited, Cambridge-street, Lower Broughton, Manchester, and Dunster House, Mincing-lane, London. Raw Chicory and its different processes of manufacture and packing. Raw Coffee and its different processes of roasting and packing.
  • 953 Benjamin Robinson, Church-street, Pendleton, Manchester. British Wines. Fruit Cordials and Juices. Soluble Essence of Lemon and Orange Peel. Soluble Essence of Jamaica Ginger. Universal Champagne.
  • 954 Thomas Guest and Co., City Sugar and Confectionery Works, Carruthers-street, Ancoats, Manchester. Confectionery. Candied Peels. Jams. Boiled Sugars. Bottled Fruits. Syrups. Fancy and Artistic Confectionery. Fondants. Pralines. Comfits. Chocolates. Liquorice. Lozenges. Gum and Gelatine Goods.

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