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Meade-King, Robinson and Co

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September 1909.
December 1910.

of 18 Exchange Street, Manchester and Tower Building, 22 Water street, Liverpool, Oil Merchants.

Established in 1867 as Joseph Robinson.

Continued as Robinson and Meade-King

Then became Meade-King, Robinson & Co.

1914 Principals: R. R. Meade-King, J .P., Richard Robinson and William Smellie. Business: Mineral Oil Distributors representing the largest independent Refineries. Whale Oil and Fish Oil Importers from all parts of the World.

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