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The Haste Pump Co Ltd, Ogden Lane, Openshaw, Manchester
 
The Haste Pump Co Ltd, Ogden Lane, Openshaw, Manchester
  
1904 The company was incorporated as a public company which had been formed to acquire and work valuable inventions in pumps, including patents, with the aim of making high efficiency pumps at low cost.  The chairman of the company was C. Williamson Milne, chairman of the [[Edwards|Edwards Air Pump Syndicate]] Ltd, of London; another director was Frank L. Rowe, manager of the '''Edwards Air Pump Syndicate''' Ltd<ref>The Times, Jul 26, 1904</ref>
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1904 The company was incorporated as a public company which had been formed to acquire and work valuable inventions in pumps, including patents, with the aim of making high efficiency pumps at low cost.  The chairman of the company was C. Williamson Milne, chairman of the [[Edwards Air Pump Syndicate]] Ltd, of London; another director was Frank L. Rowe, manager of the '''Edwards Air Pump Syndicate''' Ltd<ref>The Times, Jul 26, 1904</ref>
  
 
1905 Announced order from War Department for condensing plant, including Edwards patent air pumps, and a separate contract for a large direct-acting steam pumping engine <ref>Page's Weekly, 29 Dec 1905</ref>
 
1905 Announced order from War Department for condensing plant, including Edwards patent air pumps, and a separate contract for a large direct-acting steam pumping engine <ref>Page's Weekly, 29 Dec 1905</ref>

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1905 advert
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The Haste Pump Co Ltd, Ogden Lane, Openshaw, Manchester

1904 The company was incorporated as a public company which had been formed to acquire and work valuable inventions in pumps, including patents, with the aim of making high efficiency pumps at low cost. The chairman of the company was C. Williamson Milne, chairman of the Edwards Air Pump Syndicate Ltd, of London; another director was Frank L. Rowe, manager of the Edwards Air Pump Syndicate Ltd[1]

1905 Announced order from War Department for condensing plant, including Edwards patent air pumps, and a separate contract for a large direct-acting steam pumping engine [2]

1907 Makers of pumping machinery, condensing plant, water softeners, filters, etc.

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  1. The Times, Jul 26, 1904
  2. Page's Weekly, 29 Dec 1905