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1906 Sole concessionaires for the 40 h.p. six-cylinder [[Minerva Motors|Minerva]] cars  
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1906 Sole concessionaires for the 40 h.p. six-cylinder [[Minerva Motors|Minerva]] cars - presumably the business of [[Ernest Arnott]] and [[W. C. Holloway]]
  
 
Joined on their stand at the 1906 Show by [[Warwick Joseph Wright| Mr. Warwick Wright]], concessionaire for the four-cylinder Minerva cars.  
 
Joined on their stand at the 1906 Show by [[Warwick Joseph Wright| Mr. Warwick Wright]], concessionaire for the four-cylinder Minerva cars.  

Revision as of 15:34, 30 June 2020

1906 Sole concessionaires for the 40 h.p. six-cylinder Minerva cars - presumably the business of Ernest Arnott and W. C. Holloway

Joined on their stand at the 1906 Show by Mr. Warwick Wright, concessionaire for the four-cylinder Minerva cars.

Immediately after the Olympia Show the title of the company was altered to include the name of Mr. Warwick Wright - see Warwick Wright and Ernest Arnott

1907 AT an Extraordinary General Meeting of the Members of the above named Company, held at 110, High-street, Marylebone, W., the members decided that Ernest Arnott and Holloway Limited be wound up voluntarily. That Walter Mortimer Mason, of 14, Conduit-street, W., be was appointed the Liquidator to conduct the winding up. W. C. Holloway was chairman of the meeting[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. London gazette 27 Sept 1907