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SUMMARY Of eoNTfNTS.
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List of Firms represented in the Catalogue portion of this Work 9


Telegraphic Addresses and Telephone Numbers ... 14
Index to Goods and Building Materials 20
Index to Information and Tabular Matter apart from Catalogue 34
Price Book 305
List of Architects in the United Kingdom ... 369
List of Builders, and Class of Work undertaken ... 392

The eatalogue
Of Building Materials, with Illustrations and Prices of Goods, viz.:-

Section 14.. Page 37. Section D. Page 111.


Bricks. Terra Cotta. Timber. Joinery (including Wood Chimney Pieces).
Hanging and Roof Tiles. Parquet and Wood Block Flooring.
Flooring and Wall Tiles and Faience. Wood Carving. Wood Fencing.
Various Brick, Tile, and Terra Cotta Goods.

Section E. Page 127.


Section B. Page 71.
Iron and Steel Construction.
Felts, Silicate Cotton, and Non QConductors. Iron Buildings, &c.
Cements, Limes, &c. Metal Work (including Gates and Railings).
Asphaltes, Tar Paving, &c. Castings, &c.
Slates and Slating.

Section F. Page 11J9.


Section e. Page 89. Fireproof Construction.
Stone. Artificial Stone, &.c. Fireproof Doors, Safes, &c.
Marble, Stone, Granite, and Slate Masonry. fireproof Materials.
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Section H. Page 169. Section N. Page 255.


Ventilation. Ventilation and Warming. Church and Factory Bells.
Warming. Tuoes, &c. Blinds, Service Lifts, Shutters and Partitions.
Various Manufactures. Shop Fronts, Letters, and Name Plates.
Stair Treads.
Section J. Page 183. Draught Excluders.

Lifts, Elevators, &c. Stable Fittings.


Section e. Page 267.
Section K. Page 195. Glazing and Glass. Prisms.
Roof Glazing.
Hinges and Springs.
Locks, Door Furniture, Casement Fastenings, &c.
Kitcheners, Stoves, and Mantels. Section P. Page 277.
Cooking Apparatus.
General Ironmongery. Paints, Colours, Varnishes, &c.
Wall and Ceiling Coverings.
Section L. Page ~lJ7. Decorative Finishing.
Church and School Furniture and Technical
Sashes, Casements, and Frames. Fittings.
Gearing and Fittings.

Section M. Page 229. Section R. Page 297.


Drainage, Pipes, &c. Traps, &c. Lightning Conductors.
Sanitary Manufactures (Unclassified). Horticultural Buildings.
Engineers' and Plumbers' Fittings. Mathematical Instruments, &c .


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PARIS EXHIBITION, 1900. A WARDED 2 GOLD MEDALS AND 1 SILVER MEDAL.

BOYLE'S PATENT
"AIR·PUMP" VENTILATORS (Latest Patent) ..

To Fit on Slope of Roof, with Ha_s Double the Extracting Power of earlier To Flt on Ridge of nvvt".
Flange. (CHEAP FORM.) forms, and is One-half the Price. (CHEAP FORM.)

LATEST REDUCED PRICE LIST.


Carriage Paid on No. 175.
Dia. of Inside of Dia. of Dia. of P ipe No. 175.
Head. Base. Pipe. Recom·
Ins. Ins I ns. mended.£ s. d. CHEAP FORM.
I2 I2 x I2 4 to 8 6 ins. 1 5 O
Inside Roof
I4 I4 x I4 s" 9 7 " 1 10 0 Dia. of Measurement Dia. of Dia.of P ipe ~o. 230. F lange No.231.
I6 I6 X I6 6 " IO 8 2 2 0 Head. of base of Pipe Recom- extra.
I8 I8 X I8 7 ,, I I 9 ,, 2 lS 0 Ins, No. 231 . Ins. mended. f, s. d. f, s. d. £ s. d.
20 20 X 20 8 ., I2 IO 3 10 0 12 9 in x 9 in. 6 to 8 6 ins. 0 17 6 0 3 6 1 0 0
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lator 1s made solely by us, and each ventilator 48 36 " x 36 " 24 "27 24
has the accompanying Trade Mark affixed,
without which none are genuine. NOTE .-~ach Ventilator has the PATENT "AIR-PUMP"
accompanying Trade Mark affixed, ·
NoTE.-W hen ordering, the wi thout which none are genuine. VENTILATOR (Cheap Form),
following formula should be
used : "Boyle's Patent 'Air-
Pump' Ventilator, No. N.B.-When ordering, the following forlllula should be used :
Diameter of Head, • "Boyle's Patent 'Air-Pump' Ventilator (cheap form), No. ,
Diameter of Pipe, . N um . diameter of head , diameter of pire , No. required
ber required, • Price Price each "
each, ''

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Catalogue.

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Acme Wood Flooring Co., Ld. (The), Gainsborough Art Pavements & Decorations, Ld. (formerly De Grelle,
Road, Victoria Park . London,. E. .. . .. n8, n9 Houdret & Co.), 7, Emerald Street , TheotJalds Road,
Adamant Co.,Ld. (The), Commercial Street.Birmingham; London, W.C.; Tile Works, Burslern, Staffs.;
90, Queen Street, Cheapside •. London, E.C . . . .. I5l 70, Bath Street, Glasgow; 36, George's Quay,
Adamantine Clinker Works, Little Bytharn, Grantham 38 Dublin 48A, 48s, 94A, 9413 , II6A, n6s
Adams, J., & Son, IOS, Cnion St., Borough, London, S.E. 202 Asbestos Co. (The London), IOI, Leadenhall Street ,
Adams, 1:<.obert, 65 & 67, Newington Causeway , London, London, E .C. 75
S.E. . . .. .. 196, 223 Ashworth, John, & Co., Rossendale Valley Saw Mills,
Addison, H. , & Co., Ld., Waterloo Works, Wellington, Waterfoot, Man ches ter . . II3
Salop .. .. ·· ·· ·· ·· 294, 295 Aston , G., & Son, Eagle Wharf Road, New North Road,
Adlard, Roberts , & Co. (See Roberts, Adlard, & Co.) London, N. . . 129, 150
Aldridge Colhery Co., Ld, Ald ridge, near Walsall .. SI Attwood, J., Stourbridge 177
Anaglypta Branch of the Wall Paper Manufacturers,
Ld., Darwen ; 92 & 93, Great Russell Street,
London, W.C. .. .. •. .. .. 28I, 282
Anderson, D., & Son , Ld., Lagan' Felt Works, Belfast ; Baldwin , Son, & Co. , Ld., Stourport; 59, Holborn
8I2 , Old Ford Road, Bow, London, E. 72A-72D Viad uct, London, E.C. . . 197
Anderson, R., & Co., Leadenhall House, IOI, Leaden - Barns , W ., & Son, Chalton Street, Euston Road,
hall Street, London, E.C.; Faraday Works, P lashet, London , N.W. .. 216
E · Market Place Chambers, Huddersfield . • 299 Bell , P , & Son, P itt Street Iron Works, Edinburgh . . 128
Appleb~e Bros., Walthamstow 257 Bennett, John, & Co.. 32, Guilford St., London, W .C. 94

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Bettws-y-Coed Slate Quarry Co., Ld., Bettws-y-Coed, Colledge & Bridgen, Midland Lock Works, Wolver-
North Wales 95 hampton 203
Birmingham Blind Co., Universe Works, 239a, Bradford Collier, S. & E., Grovelands Potteries, Reading .. 54-57
Street and Alcester Street, Birmingham •. • • 258 Collier, W. H . , Mark's Tey Brick, Tile, Pipe, & Pottery
Blackwall Galvanized Iron Co., Ld. (The), Corbet Works, near Colchester • • 60
Court, Gracechurch Street, London, E,C. ; Orchard Comyn Ching & Co., Castle Street, Long Acre, London,
Place, Blackwall, London, E . • • •• 131 W.C. 171
Bladwell, Henry W., Sydenham Wharf, Bath 96 Cooper, H. W., & Co., Ld., 28a, Upper George Street,
Blakeley, E. F., & Co., Vauxball Ironworks, Vauxhall and 16 and 18, Little Queen Street, Edgware Road,
Road, and Banastre Street, Liverpool., 128 London, W. 172
Blanchard, M. H., & Co , Bishop's Waltham, Hants . . 42 Cooper, J. K ., & Sons, Brick, Tile, and Terra Cotta
Boobbyer, J. H., & Sons, 13 & q, Stanhope Street, Works, Pinkney's Green, Maidenhead; Castle Hill,
and 13, Blackmore St., Newcastle Street, London, Maidenhead .. 58, 59
w.c. 204, 205 Cordelova Co., Ld. (The), 74, Pitt St., Edinburgh; 332,
Bounds, M. B., & Son, 121, Royal Road, Kennington King's Road, Chelsea., London, S. W... .. 283, 284
Park, London, S.E . 98 Couzens, G., & Co., Riversi-:ie Works, Taff Embank-
Bower & Florence, The Spittal Granite Works, ment, Cardiff 239
Aberdeen; 64, Finsbury Pavement, London, E.C... 97 Crapper, T., & Co., 50, 52, & 54, Marlborough Road,
Bowes-Scott & Western, Ld., Broadway Chambers, Chelsea, London, S .W. . . 244, 245
Westminster, London, S.W. ; 43, Church Street, Cruickshank, R. D., & Co., Albyn Granite Works,
Birmingham 242, 243 Aberdeen 98
Boyle, Robert, & Son, Ld., 64, Holborn Viaduct, Cutting, R. C., & Co .. l, Wardrobe P lace, Doctors
London, E.C.; lIO, Bothwell St., Glasgow Special · Commons, and 13, Paternoster Row, London, E .C. 300
position, 3, 355
Bray, H., & Co., Fletton, Peterborough; Bentinck
Buildings , Nottingham; 85, Gracechurch Street, Daniels & Co, 85, Canwick Road , Lincoln 92
London,E.C. 38 Davies Bros., Portmadoc, North Wales . . .. .• 86
British Challenge Glazing Co.,Ld. (The), II, Bermond- Dean, R., & Sons, Plumbe St. Timber Works, Burnley 125
sey Street, London, S.E... .. .. .• 273 De Grelle, Houdret & Co., See Art Paveme11ts & Decorations, Ld.
British Luxfer Prism Syndicate, Ld., 16, Hill Street, Dickson, Robt., A., Station Works, South Bermondsey,
Finsb ury, London , E .C... .• .. .. . • 269 London, S.E. •. 98
Broad & Co., Ld., 4, South Wharf and Irongate Wharf, Dixon & Corbitt & R. S. Newall & Co., Ld., 130,
Paddington, London, W.; Finchley Road (L. & N. W. Strand, London; Gateshead-on-Tyne; Glasgow 302
Railway Station), London, N.W.; Greenford Wharf. Dorman, Long & Co., Ld., Middlesbrough ; 19, Victoria
near Harrow; Cowley Brick Works, West Drayton; Street, Westminster, London, S.W. ; Stock Yard,
Southall 240, 24 l Nine Elms Lane, London, S. W. 338, 339
Broadbent & Co., Leicestu.. 86 Doughty, John, & Son, Jackfield, Salop ; Broseley, Salop 45
Broadbent, J. C., & Co., Ld., Portland House, 73, Downes. J. J .. 199. Lewisham High Road, New Cross,
Basinghall Street, London, E .C. ; Hazlehead, near London, S.E .. 170
Sheffield, and Redcar, Yorks . · 73, 74 Dowson, Taylor & Co., 14, Victoria St., London,
Brooker, J. T .. British Timber. Works, Dorking l26A, l26B S. W.; Blackfriars Bridge, Manchester; 14, Infirmary
Broseley Brick and Tile Manufacturers' Association, St., Leeds; 75, Buchanan St., Glasgow; 14, Bur-
Broseley, Shropshire .. .• .. •• .· 43 lington Chambers, New St., Birmini::ham . • . • 153
Brown, A. A., St. Nicholas Granite Works, Aberdeen.. 98 Drew-Bear, Perks, & Co., 71A, Queen Victoria Street,
Brown, Robert, & Son, Ferguslie Works, Paisley 60 London, E.C.; Princes Wharf, Commercial Road,
Bryden, John, & Sons, 90, Gloucester Road, London, Lambeth, London , S.E... .. •• •• 340, 341
S.W.; 16, Frederick Street , Edinburgh; 60, Renfield . Duffy, W., Gainsborough Road, Victoria Park, London,
Street, Glasgow; 17, Albert Square, Dundee 192 E. I~I~
Bryden, Wm., & Son, 55, George Street, Edinburgh;
300, St. Vincent Street, Glasgow 224
Eagle Steam Joinery Works See Wakeham, W. G .
East Kent Brick:, Sand & Gravel Co., Ld., 22, Station
Cafferata & Co., Newark-on-Trent.. 79 Road, Canterbury .. .. .. 60
Carr, Chas., Ld. , The Bell Foundry, Smethwick 256 Edwards, J.C., Terra Cotta Works, Ruabon ; 376 & 377,
Carson, Walter, & Sons, Grove Werks, Battersea, Strand, London, W.C.; 8, South Parade, St. Mary's
London, S.W. 278A, 278s St., Deansgate, Manchester; 196, St. Vincent St.,
Carter & Co., Encaustic Tile Works, Poole; 43, Essex Glasgow · . . .. .. .. •. .. 232-235
St., Strand, London, W.C.; Architectural Pottery, Ellis, John,. & Sons, Ld., l, St. Martins, Leicester .. 80
Ham worthy 50A-500 Ellis, Partridge & Co., Leicester ; " Redbank,"
Cartland, J., & Son, Ld., Birmingham; 57, Holborn Measham, near Atherstone, and Woodville, near
Viaduct, London, E.C. . . . .206, 207, 225 Burton-on-Trent; 200 and 202, Phrenix Street, St.
Caston, Geo., & Co., 29, Great Dover St., London,S.E. 134 Pancras, London, N. W. . . 39
Chancellor, C., & Co., 13, Clerkenwell Rd., London, \ Emley & Sons, Ld., Steam Marble Mills, Newcastle-
E.C... 278 • upon-Tyne . . •• 99, 180
Clark, S , & Co., "Syphon" Works, Park Street, Engert & Rolfe, Ld., Felt Works, Barchester Street,
Islington, London, N. 176 Poplar, London, E . 75
Cliff, Joseph, & Sons, Baltic Wharf, Waterloo Bridge, England, W. G. & L., Summer Lane Saw Mills,
London, S.E.; 2 & 4, Wharves, G. N. Goods Barnsley, Yorks • . •. .• •• •• .. 219
Station, King's Cross, London, N.; 21, Leeds Street, Essex & Co., n6, Victoria Street, Westminster,
Liverpool; Queen Street, Leeds; Wortley, Leeds 52 London, S. W . •• . • 284A-2840
Coalbrookdale Co., Ld. (The), Coalbrookdale. R.S.O., Eustance & Colley, Fordipgbridge, Hants 61
Shropshire; 141, Queen Victoria St., London, E .C. Evered & Co., Ld., 27-35, Drury Lane, London;
44, 137, 144 Barnet Works, Birmingham; Surrey Works,
Coalville, Sandford, & Alston, Ld ., Coalville, near Smethwick . . 2o8
Leicester; Sandford Pottery, Wareham, Dorset; Exley, W., & Sons, The Rock Works, Broseley, Shrop-
Alston Brick Works, Oldbury, Birmingham . • •• 53 shire.. 45
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Faldo, T., Somerset Wharf, 283, 285, Rotherhithe Heather Brick & Tel.Ta Cotta Co., Heather, near
Street, London, S. E. .. .• ·• ·· ·• Ashby-de-la-Zouch 40
Fambrini & Daniels, Excelsior Art Concrete Works, Helliwell & Co., Ld., rr, Victoria St., London, S.W. ;
Lincoln .. .. .. .· ·• ·· •• Brighouse, Yorks.; 31, Queen Sq., Bristol; Welford
Field & Allan, 120 & 122, George Street, Edinburgh ; Pl., Leicester ; 36, Cannon Street, Birmingham ; l r,
Bangor Road , Leith .. .. . .· ·· 104 'Chichester St., Belfast , 3, Crow St., Dublin; 233. St.
Fisher S on & Wea ver West Bromwich, Staffs.· 296 Vincent St., G lasgow; Phrenix Works, Russell
Fletch~r Russell &' Co., Ld., Scotia Foundry, Road, Aberdeen; 12, Akenside Hill, Quayside,
Pendleton , and' 130 & r32, Deansgate, Manchester ; Newcastle-on-Tyne 276
134, Queen Victoria Street. and 4r. ~abernacle Street, Heywood,W. H .• & Co ., Bay Hall Works, H uddersfield;
London, E.C.; Palatine Works, W1lderspoon Cause- Albany Buildings, 3g, Victoria St., London , S.W. . • 267
way, Warrington . . .. .. 2IO Hill & Smith, Brierley Hill Iron Works, Brierley Hill,
Francis, S. W., & Co., Ld., 64, 66, 68 & 70, Grays Staffordshire; rr8, Queen Victoria Street, London,
Inn Road London, W.C. .. ·· ·· ·· E.C.; 47, Dawson Street, Dublin .. .. r40, 141
Freeman & °Freeman, 200 & 202, Phrenix Street, St. Hinchliff, G. , & Son, Clayton West and Skelmanthorpe,
Pancras, London, N.W... .. .. ·· :· near Huddersfield.. 89
French Asphalte Co. (The), 5, Laurence Pountney Hill, Hitchen, John, Hall Street Iron Works, Halifax.. .. 192
London. E.C. ·· •· Hobbs, Hart & Co .. Ld., Arlington Street, Islington,
Furse, W. J ., Traffic Street, Queen's Walk, and 17, London. N . ; 76, Cheapsiile, London, E.C. r58, 209
Burton Street, Nottmgham 300 Hodkin & Jones, Havelock Bridge Works, Queens Road,
Sheffield . • .. .. .. .• •• .• 109
Hodkinson & Co., Ld., Canada Works, Hawkes Street,
Small Heath, Birmingham 263
Garden & Co., Victoria Granite Works, Aberdeen •• 99 Holt, W. F. S., Bowling Back Lane, Bradford.. .. 26o
Gardiner, Sons, & Co., Ld., Nelson Street & All Saints' Howorth, Jas., & Co .. Victoria Works, Farnworth, near
Ironworks, Bri>tol .. r35, r54-r57, I86, r87, 220, 22I Bolton 171
Geary, Walker, ~Co., Mansion House Chambers, II, Hooper & Co, So uthampton 37
Qneen Victoria Street, London, E.C... .• 108 I20 Hutchinson Bros., Grange Road West, Middlesbrough 6r
Gerish, S., & Co., 22- 3g, Buttesland Street, East Road, '
London, N. .. .. .. .. .• .. r98
Gibbard, J. R., St. Sidwell's, Exeter .. .. u7
Gibb.~ms, James, St.. John's Works, Wolverhampton; g, Ingram & Clarke, 50, Caryl Street, Brunswick Dock,
Southampton Row, Holborn, London, W.C.; 3, Liverpool . . 83
Macdonald's Lane, Corporation Street, Manchester; International Asphalte Co., Chiswell House, r33, Fins-
4r, North John Street, Liverpool; 21, Clare Street, bury Pavement, London, E.C. . . .. .. .. 84
Dublin .. .• .. .. .. .. .. 202 Irish Marble Co. (Richard Colles), Marble Mills,
Gibbs & Canning, Ld., Glascote Works, Tamworth, Staffs 62 Kilkenny, Ireland.. 100
Girling, Robert, r, Well ington Street, Ipswich . . .. u3
Goodall, Lamb & Heighway, Ld., Lower Broughton,
Manchester. . II4 Jeffrey & Co., 64, Essex Road, Islington , London, N.
Graham, Ben .. & Sons, Folly Hall, Huddersfield 89 286, 286A-286D, 287
Granitic Paint Co., Cross Street, Creek Road, Jenkins, H. T., & Son, Marble Works, Torquay 288
Deptford, S. E. 279 Johnson, S .. & Son, Stocks Bank, Mirfield, Yorks 288
Gray, J. W., & Co., 69, Commercial Street, London, E. 3or Jones & Attwood, Stourbridge 182
Gray, J. W., & S on, u5 , Leadenhall St, London, E.C . 298 Jones, F., & Co., Silicate Cotton Works, Ferrin Street,
Greaves, Bull, & Lakin, Ld, Harbury, Leamington; r3, Kentish Town, London, N .W.; l, Cross Street,
South Wharf, Paddington, London, W.; Worcester Manchester 77, 78, 149
Wharf, Birmingham .• 81
Griffiths, Wm., 41, Hamilton House, Bishopsgate Street
Without, London, E.C. . . •. .. •• .. 49 Kendrick , F. W .. 74, City Road, London, E.C. . • 264
Grover & Co., Ld., Britannia Works, Wharf Road, City Kensington Window Blind Co., rro-rr2, Kensington
Road, London, N. .. .. .. .. .. 274 High Street, London , W . ; Bridge Road and Blacks
Grundy, John, 30, Duncan Terrace, City Road, 3g3a, Road, Hammersmith, W . 259
City Road , and Tyldesley Buildings, Torrens Street King, J. A .. &. Co., r8r, Queen Victoria Street, London,
Islington, London; Tyldesley, Manchester . . ' 174 E.C.; Hayes, Midd lesex (on Grand Junction Canal) 152
King, Joseph, & Co., Terra Cotta, Brick and Tile Works,
Stourbridge 41
Hall & Boardman, Ld., Swadlincote, near Burton-on-
Trent; 76, Fins!.iury Pavement, London, E.C. 238 Land, J. & H., 4, Princes St .. Oxford Circus, Lon<lon , W. 285
Hall, E. J ., & Co., 106, Leadenhall Street, and East Lawford & Co., 15, Fenchurch Street, London, E.C. . . 85
Ferry Road, Millwall, London . . 277 Lee, A., & Bros., Ld., Bristol; 63, Queen Victoria
Hall. Matthew, & Co., 88, Wigmore St., London, W. . . 247 Strtet, London, E.C.; 71, King Street, Aberdeen;
Harling, W. H. , 47, F insbury Pavement, London, E.C. 303 Clock Tower Chambers, Plymouth I02, l02A-I0'2D, 103
Hartley & Sugden,; Ld., Atlas Boiler Works, Halifax 178 Leggott, W. & R., Ld., go and gr, High Holborn,
Hartshill Brick & Tile Co. (The), Stoke-on-Trent 44A 44B London , W .C.; Silens Works, Bradford; East
Hawkins & Son, Harringay 'Park Depot, 37g & 38r, Parade, Bradford . . .. .. .. .. 226, 227
Green Lanes, London, N .; Enfield, Hom sey, and Lewis, Joseph, 5 & 6, Great Winchester Street, London,
Edgware Stations, G.N.R. 80 E.C. . . .• 297
Hayward Brothers & Eckstein, Ld., r87, l8g, 1gr Limmer Asphalte Paving Co., Ld . (The), 2, Moo1gate
and 193, Union Street, Borough, London, S.E., and Street. London, E.C. 84
16, James St., Haymarket, London, S. W . ; 63, Mosley Lindley's Quarries, Ancaster, near Grantham; Mansfield,
Street, Manchester; 141, West Regent Street, Notts 91
Glasgow •• •. .• .. 14.s, r68, r75, 192, 270 Lloyd & Lloyd, Ld .. Birmingham • • .. 181
Hayward, Wm., & Sons, Ld., Vulcan Works, Willenhall Loach & Clarke, 20-25, Essington Street, Birmingham 228
Road, and Brunswick Works, Bilston Road, Wolver· Lockhart, Alfred, Sawing and Moulding Mills, New
hampton r38, r39 Barnet u4
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Lockwood, Hamor, 49, Blackfriars Street, Manchester; Palmer's Travelling Cradle, Ld ., 250. Westminster
Ashton New Road , Bradford ; Vi::kers Street, Miles B ridge Road, S. E. 304
P latting; Sackville Street, and Philips Park Road , Parker, John , Woodstock, Oxon 254
Beswick, Manchester 72 Parry, H., & Sons, Ld., K irton-in -Lindsey , R.S.0 .,
London Asbestos Co. (The) , IOI, Leadenhall Street, Lincolnshire 80
London, E.C . 75 Partridge Bros , Downs Joinery Wor!<S, Amhurs t
Londt!>n Drawing & Tracing Office, 98, Gray's Inn Terrace, Ha ckn ey Dow ns, London, N .E. u4
R oad, Holborn, W.C . 368 Patteson, J, & H., l\'Iarble Works, 36 & 38 1 Oxford Street,
Lucas, J. E., Engineer and Patentee, Vest:t Road, Manchester ; 40, P rebend Gardens, Chisw1ck,
Brockley, London, S. E. . . .. . . 159, 188, 189, 219 London JlO
Luxfer Prism Syndicate, Ld. (The British), r6, Hill Pearson, E. J. & ]., Ld , Stourbridge 64
Street, Finsbury, London, E. C. 269 Pethick Brothers, Laira Bridge, Plymouth rno
Lyte'sMetallicWoven Stair-Tread Co ., Ld ., 24, Craven Phillips, A. J., & Co., 6, Guildhall Chambers, London,
::itreet, Charing Cross, London, W.C... 265 E.C. 104
Pilking ton & Co., Monument Chamoers, King W illiam
Street, Londo n, E.C. 85
Pilkington Bros., Ld. IThe St. Helens Glass Co.). St.
Macdonald, Alex. , & Co., Ld., Aberdeen Granit e Helens, Lanes.; Horse Shoe Wharf. IO. Upper
Works, Aberdeen ; 373, Euston Road, London, N .W.; Thames St .. London, E.C. ; 22, Drury Build in gs.
67, Stirling Road. Glasgow · . . IOO Water St., Liverpool , &c. . . 268 A-2680
Madelev Wood Co . (The), I ronbridge, R S.0.,Shropshire 63 Pilkin gton's Tile & Po ttery Co., Ld., Clift on Jnnction,
Main, A. & J., & Co. , Ld., 49, Can non Street, Lon don , and 37, Cross Street, Manchester ; 37 a nd 38, Shoe
E.C.; Clydesdale Ironworks, Possilpark, Glasgow Lan e, London, E C. 50
132, 133, 142, 143 Poole Bros., Reading. . 75
Major, H . J. & C., Ld ., The Patent Tile Works, Portmarl oc Slate Co., Portmadoc, Nor th Wales 88
Brid gwater ; rr, Queen Victoria Street, L ondon, E.C. 48 Portway, C .. & Son, Halstead, Essex 177
Malkin Tile Works Co., Ld., Patent Encaustic Tile Prestage & Co .. The Milburgh T il eries, Broseley, Salop 48
Works, B urslem, S taffs; 65, C haring Cross Road, Price. George, Ld ., Clevel:rnd Works, Wo!vP.rhampton r6o
W.C.; 62 , Market St., Manchester 49 Pritchard & Co., Slate and Slab Merchant~. Portmadoc,
Mathews E., & Co., 6r, St. Mary Axe, London, E.C ; North Wales 88
Aberllefenny, North Wales; 37, Victoria St., Bristol;
Mid la nd Wharf and Payne Road Wharf, Bow, E. So, 87
Mattison & Co., Bedale, Yorks 216
McDonald, Chas. , F roghall Gra nite Works, Ji::te Street Ratner Safe Co., Ld., Hancock Road , Bow, and 51,
Aberd een . . IOI Moorgate Street, L :Jndon l6r
McNeill, F., & Co .. Patent Slag Wool Works, Bunhill Riches, Geo1'g-e, Chu rch Street, Cromer, Norfolk 61
Row, London, E.C.; Kirkintillock, Glasgow 78A-78n Roberts, Adlard & Co .. 25 & 26, Bermondsey Wall.
Mellowes & Co., Sheffield; 28, Vic toria Stree t, London, London . S. E .; 98. Great Tower Street, London, E.C. 87
s.w. .. 275 Rottmann & Co., 25 & 26, Garlick Hill, London, E.C ;
Messenger & Co., Ld., Loughborough, Leicestershire; High Street. Battersea. London, S.W. 289- 292
122, Victoria Street, London, S.W . . . .. .. 302 Rugby Portland Cement Co., Rugby 83
Moore, Josiah, & Sons, Sekforde Works, St. James s
Walk, C lerkenwell Green, London, E .C . .. .. 173
Moore, M. & R., 64, Pe ntonville Road, London, N. .. 96
Morton, Francis, & Co ., Ld., Carston, near Liverpool; St. Pancras Iron Work Co., Ld. (The), St. Pancras Rd.,
r7, Victoria Street, L ondon, S.W. 130 L '> nd on, N. W. 146, 147· 162, 193, 271
Shanks & Co., Ld., Tubal Works and Victorian Pot ter y,
Barrhead, near Glasgow; Sr , New Bond Street,
L ondon, W.; 26, West Ni le Street, Glasgow; r 2,
Nelson, Charles, & Co ., Ld., r6, Sou th W harf, Padding· Deansgate, Manchester . . .. .. .. .. 246
ton, London, vV.; Cambrian Whar f, Crescent, Shaw & Carter, ro, Edgbaston Street, and r6 & r7, l 'ark
B irmin gham ; 2, Mount Street, Manchester; Stockton, Street, Birmingham 215
R ugby 82 Sheath Bros., 87, City Road, L0ndon, E.C . 266
Noakes, E . G, Steam J oinery Works, West Street, Silicate Paint Co, Ld . (J. B. Orr & Co., Lrl.), Charlton,
Eas tbourne .. u4 Lol'ldon , S .E., and 46, Cann on Street, London, E .C .
t-.lorth British Plumbing Co.. Ld. (The), 86, Newman 280A, 280B
St reet , Oxford Street, London, W. .. .. 236, 237 Sills, Wm., Mansfield Stone Qaarries, Nottingha m-
North Wales Slate Co., Por tm adoc , Carnarvonshire 86 shire. . .. 91
Northwood, S., & Son, Milk Street , Birmi ngham 136 Skidmore, T ., & Son, Staffordshire Safe and L ock
W orks, Wolverhampton .. 159
Smith , A., & Stevens, Queen's Road , Battersea .
L 0ndon, SW. 185, 200
Smith & Turner, 50, Bartholomew Close, L ond on, E.C. 199
Oakeley Slate Quarries Co., Ld. (The), 53, Parliament Smith, Jonas, & Co., Belvedere Road, Lambeth, Lon don .
Street, Westminster, London, S.W.; Port madoc, S.E.; 2, York Buildings, Dale Street , Liverpool ;
North Wales 87 Roding Wharf, Barking, Essex; 24 Side, Newcastle-
Oates & Gree n . Ld., Hali fa x ; 27, Chancery Lane, o n-Tyne 1 15
London, W C. 23 r Somerset Trading Co .. Ld . . Bridgwater . .
Odling (Anselm). & Sons, Ld., Crown Wharf, r32, .. 46, 47
Soper, John, 20, Old Ca vendish Street, London, W. 260
New North Road, London; Rathbone Place, G rea t Southwell, F . C., & Co., 75, Southwark Street , London,
George Street, Li verpool IOOA, IOO B S.E . .. 20 1
Owen, Joseph, & Sons, Ld , Sta nley Saw Mills , Stanley Szerelmey, N . C ., & Co. ,Szerelmey Works, Rotberhitbe
Road, r66, Regent Road, and 67, St. Anne Street, New Road, London , S.E. 280
L iverpool ; l99a, High Street, Borough, London ;
2r ,Grosvenor Street, C .-on-M., and Grey Mar e L a ne,
Openshaw, Manchester; Brown hills Saw Mills,
Tunstall, Staffs. ; Hunslet Lane, Leeds II3 Tann, John, Newgate Street, London, E . C.
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Teale Fire Place Co. (The), Greek Street Chambers, Wheatly & Co, Springfield Tileries, Newcastle, Staffs 67-70
Leeds; 28, Berners Street, Oxford Street, London, Whiley, G . M. 58, Whitfield Street, Tottenham Court
W.; Silver Royd, Wortley, Leeds 2n Road, London. W. 136
Temple, Rogers & Co., Canon's Marsh, Bristol 107 Whitehead, J., & Sons, Ld., 74, Rochester Row,
Thompson's Ancaster Quarries Co., Ld .., rr, Elmer Westminster, London, S.W. ; Aberdeen • • I06A-1o60
Street, Grantham.. .• 91 Whitfield, F., & Co .. Oxford St., Birmingham; rr & 12,
Thornborough & Son, 57 & 58, Chancery Lane, St. Andrew's Hill, Queen Victoria St., London, E.C.
London, W.C. 265 164-167
Thornborough, F. M .. & Son, 59, Chapel Street, Whitwick Colliery Company, Ld., Coalville, near
Ancoats, Manchester 265 Leicester . . 40
Tucker, G., & Son, Loughboro', Leicestershire; Moor· Wilkins, H. W., & Sons, 88, 90, 92, 94, Pentonville
gate Station Chambers, London, E.C. 51 Road, London, N. 90
Turpin's Parquet Floor, Joinery, & Wood Carving . Wilkinson & Leng, Ld., Bridgwater 104
Co., 22F, Queen's Road, Bayswater, London , W. 121 Willesden Paper & Canvas Works, Ld., Willesden
Tuxford, J. G., Deganwy Quay, near Llandudno, North Junction, London, N.W . ; 61, South John Street,
Wales; Mill Street, Bermondsey, London, S.E.; Liverpool ; S. Great George Street, Dublin • • •• 76
Trafford Wharf, Ship Canal, Manchester 88 Williams Bros. & Co., Kaleyards, Chester; 18, Hart
Twyfords Ld., "Cliffe Vale'' Potteries, Hanley, Staf- Street , Bloomsbury, London; 70, Bath Street,
fordshire ; 16, Southampton Row, Holborn, London, Glasgow; 124, Swan Arcade, Bradford .• 222, 273
W .C.; 69, Mosley St., Manchester; 95, Bath Street, Williams, G. A., & Son, 21, Queen's Road, Bayswater,
Glasgow; 136, Edmund Street , Birmingham.. 248-251 London, W. .. .. •• 261, 262
Williams, Thos., Basford and Trent Vale Tileries, Stoke-
on-Trent . • .. .. .. 63
Winn, C .. & Co., Birmingham ; 41, Holborn Viaduct,
Wakeham, W. G ., "Eagle'' Steam Joinery Works, London, E.C.; 3, Cadogan Street, Glasgow; 26, Grey
Plymouth .. .. •, .. .. .. .. 113 Street, New-castle-on-Tyne 252
Walker & Crawshaw, Ld., Ashfield Fire Clay Works, Witchell & Co., Vulcan House, 56, Ludgate Hill,
Conisbro', near Rotherham .. .. .. . • 238 London, EC. .. .. .• •• .. .. 127
Walton, Gooddy & Cripps, Ld., 14 Wharf, Graham Wontner-Smith, J, Gray & Co., 81, Finsbury Pavement,
St., City Road, London, N.; 15, 17 & 19, Parliament and Half Moon Passage, 17, Whitechapel Road,
St., Liverpool; Canon 's Marsh, Bristol •. 105, 106 London 179
Ward, B., & Co., Ld ., 38 & 39, Parliament Street, Wood Carving Co., Ld., Windsor Street, Birming-
London, S.W . . .. 122, 123 ham . . .. .. .. .. .. .. •• 126
Warner, J., & Sons, Ld., 2, Jewin Crescent , Cripple- Wood, James, Chart, Sutton, Staplehurst, and Boughton
gate, London, E.C.; Crescent Foundry, Spelman Monchelse&, near Maidstone • . .. .. .. 92
Street, Spitalfields, London, E. ·. .• .. 253 Woolliscroft, G., & Son, Ld., Hanley, Staffordshire . • 66
Waygood, R., & Co.. Ld., Falmouth Road, Great Dover Worsley, R. E., & Co., Henry Street, Gray's Inn Road,
Street, London. S.E. ·· ·· 190, 191 London, W.C. .. .. .. n6
Wedgwood, Josiah, & Sons, Ld., Etruria, Stoke-on- Wortley Fire Clay Co., Elland Road, Leeds .. •• 65
Trent; ro8, Hatton Garden, London, E.C . SOE, 50F Wright, Geo .. & Co., 155. Queen Victoria St., London,
"Weldon Stone.'' Corby, Kettering ·. 91 E.C. ; Burton Weir, Rotherham; 3, Hardman Street,
West Gloucester Pennant Stone Co., Broadmead, Deansgate, Manchester . • •• . . 148, 212 - 214, 272
Bristol .. 92 Wright, James, & Sons, Royal Granite Works, Aberdeen 104
Westminster Patent Flooring Co. (The), u3s, Lots Wright, Samuel, & Co., Crown Works, Andr~ Street,
Road, Chelsea, London, S.W. 124 Amhurst Road, Hackney, London, N.E. · 293

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Telegraphic Addresses and Telephone Numbers.

Teleg-raj>!tic Address and Teltjlton11 Teleg-raf>ltic A ddrets and Telep!10Ht


Nam11 Nu"ltbe'I". Name. Number.
ACME Woon FLOORING Co., BROWN, ROBT ., & SoN Sanitary, Paisley (27).
LD. Dowelled, London (433 and Shortroods, Glasgow (3498) .
434, Eastern). Sanitary, Edinburgh (746) ·
ADAMANT Co ., Ln. Adamant , B irmingham (4891, Fireclay, Dublin (424),
Chromolith , London ." (A B C Code used).
Range, Bristol. BRYDEN, J., & SONS
'' ,, Adamant, Newcastle-on -Tyne BRYDEN, W., & SoN
ADAMANTINE CLINKER WORKS Adamantine, Little Bytham.
ADAMS, ROBERT Robert Adams , London (804, CAFFERATA & .Co. Cafterata, Newark (3\
Hop). CARR, Cl'!AS. ' LD. Bells, Smethwick (2018).
Ann rsoN, H. , & Co., Ln . Addison, Wellington, Salop. C ARSON, WALTER, & SONS Carsons, London (69, Batter-
ALDRIDGE COLLIERY Co ., LD. Aldridge Colliery, Walsall- sea).
wood. CARTER & Co . .. Carter's Pottery, Poole (1f1,
ANAGLYPTA BRANCH OF THE Poole ; 31, Hamworthy) .
WALL PAPER MANUFAC- CARTLAND, J., & SoN, LD. Cartland s, Birmingham (94) .
TURERS, LD ... Anaglypta, Darwen (155). Cartlands, London .
" ,, Anaglypta , London (2731) CHANC,~LLOR, C., & Co. ..· Challor, London
ANDERSON , D., & SON, LD . Anderson , Belfast (1001. CLARK, S., & Co. Syphon Stoves, London.
,,
ANDERSON, R., & Co .••
APPLEBEE BROS.
,, Ulster, London <488 , Eastern).
Tonnerre, London.
ApplebeeBros., Walt hamstow.
CLIFF, J., & SONS

'' ,,
.. Cliffs, London (631 , Hop).
Cliffs, Wortley, Leeds (612).
Joscliffs, Liverpool (1887).
ART PAVEMENTS & DECORA- COALBROOKDALE Co , LD. Darby, Coalbrookdale.
. TIONS, LD. (The) Granulemos, London (1704, Severndale, London · (5783,
Holl;Jorn) . Bank).
ASHWORTH, J., & Co., . Ashworths, Sawyers, \Vater- COALVILLE, SANDFORD AND
foot. ALSTON, LD ..• Tamar, Coalville.
ASTON, G ., & SON Inwrought, London (n9, COLLEDGE & BRIDGEN Col ledge, Wolverhampton
Dalston). (Nat., II8).
ATTWOOD, J. Attwoods, Stourbridge. COLLIER, s. & E. Collier, Reading (A B C Code
and Unicode used) (92).
COLLIER, w. H. Collier, Markstey.
BALDWIN, SoN, & Co. , LD. Baldwin , Stourport. CoMYN CHING & Co. Comyn Ching, London (2918,
BARNS, W., & SoN Perforation , London. Gerrard).
BELL, P., & SON Ironworks, Edinburgh (1310). COOPER, J . K., & SONS Tileries, Maidenhead (24).
BETTWS-Y-COED SL'ATE CoRDELov A Co., LD. . • Cordelova, Edinburgh (197a).
QUARRY Co., LD . London , Bettws-y-Coed. CouzENs , G., & Co. • • Interceptor ,Cardiff (Nat., 461 ).
BLACKWALL GALVANIZED !RON CRAPPER, T., & Co. Crapper, Chelsea (357, Ken-
Co., LD. Promptitude, London (64, sinirton).
Avenue). CRUICKSHANK, R. D., & Co ..• Cruickshank, Aberdeen (954).
BLADWELL, H. W. B lad well, Sydenham Wharf, CUTTING, R. C., & Co . Adjunctor, London.
Bath.
BLAKELEY, E. F., & Co. Corrugated, Liverpool (2325).
BLANCHARD, M. H., & Co. Blanchard, Bishops Waltham. DANIELS & Co .. • Daniels, Linco.l n.
BOUNDS, M . B., & SON (1403, Hop.) DAVIES BROS. . . .• Seiva:c;!, Portmadoc.
BOWER & FLORENCE , , Bower, Aberdeen (K37). DE GRELLE, HouDRET & Co. See Art Pave men ts & Decora-
BOWES-SCOTT & WESTERN ,LD. Donbowes, London (199, tions, Ld.
Westminster) . DI CKSON, R. A. .• Facialium, London(1545,Hop).
BoYLE, R., & SoN, Ln. Hypostile, London. DIXON & CORBITT, & R. S.
NEWALL & Co., LD. Corbitt, London (2705).
" ,, ,, Glasgow.
DORMAN , LONG & Co., LD, Pugilism, London.
BRAY, H., & Co. Bray, Nottingham.
BRITISH CHALLENGE GLAZING DouGHTY, ToHN, & SoN .. Doughty, Jackfield.
Co., Ln. Asiragal, London (1361 Hop). DowsoN, TAYLOR & Co, LD. Sprinkler, London (143, West-
BRITISH LUXFER PRISM SYN- minster).
DICATE, LD. Luxfer, London (90, London DREW-BEAR, PERKS, & Co. • • Bearbind, London (576, Bank)
Wall).
BROAD & Co . • . Broad & Co., London (48, EAGLE STEAM JOINERY WORKS
Paddington). (WAKEHAM, w. G.) •• Mould ings, Plymouth.
BROADBENT & Co. Broadbents, Leicester (Nat., EDWARDS, J . C . Edwards, Ruabon (8).
300). ELLIS, JOHN , & SoNs, LD. Ellis, Leicester (Nat. , 46) .
BROADBENT, J. C ., & Co ., Ln. Unbleached, London. ELLIS, PARTRIDGE, & Co. Elcho, Leicester (Nat., 299).
BROOKER, J . T, •. Timber, Dorking (7), EMLEY & SONS, LD . •• Emley, Newcastle - on -Tyne
BROWN, A. A . •• Brown, Sculptor, Aberdeen (G.P.O ., 499; Nat., 1119) .
(Nat. K7S)· Feltings, London.
TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESSES AND TELEPHONE NUMBERS. 15
Telegrap!iic Add>ess and Telep/tone Telegraf>kic Address aud Telep/tone
Name . . . Number. Name. N1(.m./Jer.
ENGLAND, W. G. & L. (43.) HITCH-IN, J. •• (0982.)
EssEx & Co. .. Euterpe, London. HOBBS, HART & Co., LD. Hobbs Hart, London (656).
EusTANCE & COLLEY .. Eustance, Fordingbridge. HOD KIN & JONES .. Hodkin , Sheffield (2790).
EVERED & Co., Lo. Evered, London (2502). HODKINSON & Co., Lo. Hodkinson 's, Small Heath.
EVERED & Co., LD. (Barnet HOLT, w. F. s. Holt, Laisterdyke (1305l.
Works) Romaine, Birmingham (404). HOOPER & Co ... Hooper. Northam, Southamp-
EVERED & Co., Lo. (Surrey ton.
Works) F.vereds, Birmingham (2004). HowoRTH & Co. Ventilator, Farnworth, Bolton.
EXLEY, WM., & SONS Exley, Broseley. HUTCHINSON, BROS. Slag, Middlesbro' (5242).

FAMBRINI & DANIELS .• Fambrini, Lincoln. INGRAM & CLARKE Limbux, Liverpool (354J
FIELD & ALLAN Field, Edinburgh (2297)(Leith, INTERNATIONAL ASPHALTE Co.
4029). (G. A. Wall1 •. (540, London Wall).
FISHER, SON, & WEAVER (2.) IRISH MARBLE Co. (RICHARD
FLETCHER, RUSSELL, & Co., CoLLES) Colles, Kilkenny.
Ln. (Works) Wacran, Manchester
(Nat., 1039).
(Showrooms) Gaseries, Man- JEFFREY & Co .•• Wallpaper, London (134,
chester. Dalston).
Gaseries, Warrington (Nat., JOHN SON, S., & Co. (26, Mirfield.)
7"1). JONE S & ATTWOOD Heat, Stourbridge (10\ .
(Q ueen Victoria St.) Gaseries, JONES, F., & Co. Slagwool, London (675, King's
London. Cross).
(Tabernacle St.) Wacran, KENSINGTON WINDOW BLIND
. London. Co., THE Blinds, London.
FRANCIS, S. W., & Co., Lo. Fenestra. London ( 160, KING, J. A., & Co. Kinovique, London.
Holborn). KING (JosEPH) & Co. King Co., Stourbridge(17, Lye)
FRREMAN & FREEMAN Rural, London.
FRENCH ASPH ALTE Co. Aspales, London (580, Bank). LAND, J. & H .•• Canterra, London (2098,
FURSE, W. J •• ., Furse, Nottingham (539). Gerrard).
LAWFORD & Co. Aptero us, London.
GARDEN & Co. .. •• .. LEE, A., & BROS., LD. Lee, Bristol (Nat., 47).
GARDINER, SoNs, & Co., Lo .•• Garden Company, Aberdeen. LEGGOTT, W. & R., Lo. Silenzio, London (1437, Hol-
GEARY , WALKER & Co. .. Gardsons, Bristol (762). born).
GIBBARD, T. R. Edaphos, London (5074 , Bank) Silens, Bradford (1782).
GIBBONS, J. Gibbard, Exeter. LEw1s:'1. Weathervane, London.
Gibbons, Wolverhampton. ' LIMMER ASPHALTE PAVING
GIBBS & CANNING, LD. (ABC Code used.) (344,Nat.1 Co., Lo. . Limmer. London(862 Avenue).
Gibbs Canning, Tamworth LLOYD & LLOYD, LD •.• Lloyds, Birmingham (2S2).
(0197). LOACH & CLARKE Loache, Birmingham (1518).
GIRLING, R. . . •. •• Robert Girling, Ipswich (124) .
GOODALL, LAMB&HEIGHWAY, L OCKHART, A ••. Lockhart, New Barnet . (5,
Lo. Barnet).
Parquetry, Manchester (683 LOCKWOOD, H .•• (1729.)
and 561) . LONDON ASBESTOS Co. Catharopyr, London;
GRAHAM, B., & SONS .. (165.)
GRANITIC PAINT Co ..• LONDON DRAWING & TRACING
Purplish, London. Dividitor~,
GRAY, J. W., & SoN .. Grandson, London.
OFFICE London (1on Hol-
GREAVES, BULL, & LAKIN born).
Greaves, Harbury LUCAS, J.E. Lucas, Engineer, Brockley, S. E.
Lias, London (138,Paddington) LUXFER PRISM SYNDICATE, Lo.,
GRI~~ITHS, WM. Greaves, Birmingham (845) . THE BRITISH Luxfer, London (90, London
Opalite, London (2530, 2531, Wall). .
Avenue).
GROVER & Co. Adopted, London.
GRUNDY, J. MACDONALD, A., & Co., Lo .•• Runis, Aberdeen.
John Grundy, London (552; ,, London.
McD~NAL ~. Ca°~RLES
0
King's Cross).
Froghall, A.berdeen(Nat.,K50).
HALL & BOARDMAN, LD. Hall, Swadlincote (2) . McNEILL, F., & Co. Eyeball, London.
HALL, E. J., & Co. Terebene, London (5916, Eyeball, Liverpool.
Avenue) . . Eyeball, Kirkintilloch.
HALL, M., & Co. •.~ Esmeralda, London. MAn'~LEY W~oo Co., THE Iron, Madeley, Salop.
HARLING, w . H. C linograph, London. MAIN, A. & J, & Co .. Lu. K"'lvin, London (5024, Bank).
HARTLEY & SUGDEN, Lo. Boilers, Halifax (N~t .. 38)., MAJOR, H.J., & c .. LD. (19.)
HARTSHILL BRICK & TILE Co. Hartshill, Stoke-on-Trent (623) MALKIN TILE WORKS Co. Cubes, Burslem (Nat., 30751
HAWKINS & SON .. (2.61 , King's Cross). MATHEWS, E., & Co ..• Timists, London(5o6: Avenue).
HAYWARD BROS. & ECKSTEIN, MATTISON, F .. & Co ... Mattison, Leeming Bar.
LD. Hayward Bros., London MELLOWES & Co. Eclipse, Sheffield (124\.
(ABC Code used) (193,Hop) . Mellowes,,London (569, West-
HAYWARD, WM., & SONS, LD. Hayward, Wolverhampton minster).
(123). MESSENGER & Co. Heating, Loughborough.
HEATHER BRICK AND TERRA Nonplussed, London.
COTTA Co. .• •• Bricks, Ibstock. Moo';E, T.. &. SoNs G lassvents, London.
HELLIWELL & Co., LD. Helliwell, Brighouse, MOORE, M. & R. Slattato, London (494 King's
,, London. Cross) .
HEYW~~D, w.'ir., & Co. Glazing, Huddersfield (Nat., MORTON, F., & Co., Lo. Ironsides, Liverpool (30& II2,
254) . Garston, Works).
HILI. & SMITH •• Fencing, Brierley Hill (Nat., ,, ,. Dropper, London (75, West-
2a, Tipton). minster.)
16 TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESSES AND TELEPHONE NUMBERS.
Teleg-raphic Address and Teleplto•u Teleg-rap!tic Address a11d Telep/tone
Name. Number. Name . N1tmber.
NELSON, CHAS., & Co., LD . .• Nelson, Stockton, Rugby TANN, J .... (1644 Holborn.)
,. South Wharf, Padding- TEALE FIREPLACE Co. Hob, Leeds (826 , Works; 618,
ton (135 Paddington). Showrooms).
NORTH BRITISH PLUMBING TEMPLE, ROGERS. & Co. Roofing, Bristol (27).
Co., LD. Ductilitv, LondoFI TUCKER, G., & SON Tucker's, Loughboro' (Offices,
NoRTH WALES SLATE Co. S late, Portmadoc. 9; Works, 29),
NORTHWOOD, S. & SON Northwoods, Birmingham TURPIN'S PARQUET FLOOR,
(2954). JOINERY & WOOD CARVING
Co. Turpilius, London (785 Pad-
0AKELEY SLATE QUARRIES dington).
Co., LD. N udlop, London (3028) . TUXFORD, J. G. Tuxford, Deganwy.
OATES & GREEN, LD ... Bricks, Halifax (174 & 690). Llechi, London.
Standpipe, London (1436, Hol- Tuxford, Trafford's Wharf,
born). Manchester.
ODLING (ANSELM) & SONS, LD. Odling, London (135 Dalston) . TWYFORDS, LD. Twyford, Hanley (Nat., 45).
.. Liverpoo1(5843Central) .
owil~. JOSEPH·: & SON S, 'i..D ... Owen. Liverpool (387). WALL PAPER MANUFACTURERS
Bucheron, London (II Hop). LD, (Anaglypta Branch) .. Anaglypta, Darwen (155).
(1787, Manchester). Anaglypta, London (2731).
" (3919, Openshaw). WA~~oN 1 God~nY & 'CRIPPS,
(1350, Leeds) . LD. Gooddy, London (618, Kings
(550, Tunstall). Cross).
" Gooddy Cripps, Liverpool
" (173, Toxteth).
PALMER'S TRAVELLING Cripps, Bristol (204).
CRADLE, LD •.• Wireway, London (II56 Hop) . Walton, Carrara.
PARRY, H., & SONS, LD.
PATTESON, J. & H .
Lias, Kirton-Lindsey.
Patteson, Manchester (1201).
WA~~. B., & 'co. Tufa, London (140, West-
minster).
PEARSON, E. J. & J., LD. Firebrick, Brierley Hill (Nat., WARNER, J ., & SONS, LD Big Ben, London.
9, Brierley Hill). , WAYGOOD, R., & Co . .. Waygood,London(76o Hop).
PETH ICK BROS .•. Pethicks, Plymouth (507). " WELDON STONE " Rooke, Weldon.
PHILLIPS, A. J., & Co. Phillips, Guildhall Chambers, WEST GLOUCESTER PENNANT
E.C. STONE Co. Hatch, 49, Broadmead,
PILKINGTON & Co. Polonceau, London (2751 Bristol (1148).
Avenue) . WESTMINSTER PATENT FLOOR-
PILKINGTON BROS., LD. Pilkington, St. Helen's (3). ING Co. Politeness, London (867 Ken·
PILKINGTON'S TILE & POTTERY sington).
Co., LD. Tileries, Manchester (Nat ., WHEATLY & Co. Wheatly, Trentvale.
2781 & 4845). WHI'FEHEAD, J., & SONS Sculptors, London (178 West-
PooLE BROS, (411 .) minster, and 1026, Hop).
PORTMADOC SLATE Co. Snowdon, Portmadoc. Masonry, Aberdeen (894).
PORTWAY, C., & SON Portway, Halstead. Maro, Carrara.
PRESTAGE & Co. Prestage, Broseley. Neumegen, Paris.
PRICE, GEO., LD. Safes, Wolverhampton (225) . WHr'.i-FrnLD, F'.'. & Co .•• Safes, Birmingham (64t).
PRITCHARD & Co. Pritchard, Moelwyn, Port- ,,. II ,, London (5836 Bank) .
madoc. WHITWICK COLLIERY Co., LD. Whitwick Colliery, Coalville.
WILKINS, H. w., & SONS Statuary, London.
RATNER SAFE Co.', LD. (City Office) Thiefproof, WILKINSON & LENG .. Wilkinson's, Brldgwater.
London. WILLESDEN PAPER AND CAN-
(Works) Savealls, London. VAS WORKS, Lo.•. Impermeable, London (65,
" G.
RICHES, Riches, Cromer C7). Harlesden).
ROBERTS, ADLARD, & Co. Dralda, London (87 Hop). WILLIAMS BROS. & Co. Kaleyards, London.
RoTTMANN & Co. Squadron, London (5289Bank). Casements, Chester,
RUGBY PORTLAND CEMENT Co. Cement, Rugby (29). WIL,~IAMS, G. 'A.... & SON (1095, Paddington).
WILLIAMS, THoS. Tileries, Stoke.on-Trant (266,
ST. PANCRAS IRoN WoRK Co., Hanley).
LD. Equitation, London (519, W1NN, C., & Co . Winn, Birmingham 1366).
King's Cross). WoNTNER-SMITH,J.,GRAY&Co. Warming, London (1430,
SHANKS & Co., LD. Shanks, Barrhead (7). London Wall) .
SHAW & CARTER Wishaw, Birmingham 1377.) Woon CARVING Co., LD. Carvings.Birmingham (05166).
SILICATE PAINT Co., LD. Orr, London. (36 Woolwich). Woon, JAs. Wood, Rrnghton Monchelsea
SILLS, WM. Sills, Mansfield. WooLLISCROFT, GEo., & SoN,
SMITH, A., & STEVEN S Hydraulics, London. LD. Woolliscroft, Hanley (26).
SMITH, JONAS, & Co. Moulding, London (695 Hop) ., Blizzard, London.
(42, Barking). WoRs{~Y , R. E.:'& Co . ,, (739, Holborn).
Pinetree, Liverpool (6823) . WORTLEY FIRE CLAY Co. E namel, Leeds (532).
SoM~'RsET TR~DING Co., LD. Somerset, Bridgwater (Na.t., 9) WRIGHT, G., & Co. Maypole, Rotherham (171).
SouTHWELL, F. C., & Co. Prevailing, London (A B C London (921 B~nk);
and Ar Codes used), (445, II rt ,, Manchester (4463).
Hop). WRIGHT, J AS., & SONS Right, Aberdeen.
~ZERELMEY, N. C., & Co. Szerelmey, London. WRIGHT, SAML., & Co. Slatinare, London.
17

Key to Telegraphic fl ddresses.

ADAMANT, BIRMINGHAM } Adamant Co., Ld. COLLIER, READING Collier; S. & E.


., NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE COLLIER, MARKSTEY Collier, W. H .
ADAMANTINE, LITTLE BYTHAM Adamantine Clinker Works CoMYN CHING, LormoN Comyn, Ching & Co.
ADDISON, WELLINGTON, SALOP Addison, H., & Co., Ld . CORBITT, LONDON Dixon & Corbitt, & R. S.
ADJUNCTOR, LONDON .• Cutting. R. C ., & Co. Newall & Co., Ld.
ADOPTED , LONDON Grover &Co. CORDELOVA, EDINBURGH Cordelova Co , Ld.
ALDRIDGE COLLIERY, CORRUGATED, LIVERPOOL B lakeley, E . F., & Co.
W ALSALLWOOD. , • .Aldridge Colliery Co., Ld. CRAl'PER, CHELSEA Crapper, T., & Co.
ANAGLYPTA, DARWEN •• Anaglypta Branch of The Wall CRIPPS, BRISTOL Walton, Gooddy & Cripps, Ld.
ANAGLYPTA, LONDON , • Paper Manufacturers, Ld. CRUICKSHANK, ABERDEEN Cruickshank, R. D., & Co.
ANDERSON, BELFAST , • Anderson, D., & Son, Ld. CUBES, BURSLEM Malkin Tile Works Co.
APPLEBEE BROS,, WALTHAM-
STOW •• •• Applebee Bros .
ASHWORTHS,SAWYERS,WATER- DANIELS, LINCOLN Daniels & Co.
FOOT •• DARBY, COALBROOKDALE Coalbrookdale Co., Ld.
Ashworth, John, & Son London Drawing & Tracing
ASPALES, LONDON French Asphalte Co . DIVIDITORE, LoNDON • ,
AsTRAGAL, LONDON Office.
British Challenge Glazing Bowes-Scott & Western, Ld • .
Co., Ld. DONBOWES, LONDON ••
ATTWOODS, STOURBRIDGE Attwood, J. DOUGHTY, JACKFIELD Doughty, John, & Sons
DOWELLED, LONDON .• Acme Wood Flooring Co., Ld.
DRALDA, LONDON Roberts, Adlar<l , & Co.
DROPPER, LONDON Morton, F ., & Co., Ld.
BALDWIN, STOURPORT Baldwin, Son, & Co., Ld. North British Plumbing Co.
BEARBIND, LONDON Drew-Bear, Perks & Co. DUCTILITY, LONDON
BELLS, SMETHWICK Ld.
Carr,' Chas, Ld.
BIG BEN, LONDON Warner, J., & Sons, Ld.
BLADWEL~ SYDENHAM ECLIPSE, SHEFFIELD Mellowes & Co.
WHARF, BATH Bladwell, H. W. EDAPHOS, LONDON Geary, Walker & Co,
BL A NCH ARD, BI SHOP'S EDWARDS, RUABON Edwards, J. C.
WALTHAM Blanchard, M. H., & Co. ELCHO, LEICESTER Ellis, Partridge & Co.
BLINDS, LONDON Kensington Window Blind ELLIS, LEICESTER Ellis, J., & Sons, Ld.
Co. EMLEY, NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE Emley & Sons, Ld.
BLIZZARD, LONDON Woolliscroft, G. , & Son, Ld . ENAMEL, LEEDS Wortley Fire Clav Co.
BOILERS, HALIFAX Hartley & Sugden, Ld. EQUITATION, LONDON •• St. Pancras Iron Work Co., Ld.
BOWER, ABERDEEN Bower and Florence ESMERALDA, LONDON , . Hall, M., & Co.
BRAY, NOTTINGHAM Bray, H., & Co. EusTANCE, FoRDINGBRIDGE •• Eustance & Colley
BRICKS, HALIFAX Oates & Green, Ld EUTERPE, LONDON Essex & Co.
BRICKS, IBSTOCK Heather Brick & Terra Cotta EVERED, LONDON EYered & Co., Ld.
. Co. EvEREDs, BIRMINGHAM Evered & Co., Ld. (Surrey
BROAD & Co., LoNDoN Broad & Co., Ld. Works)
BROADBENTS, LEICESTER Broadbent & Co. EXLEY, BROSELEY Exley, Wm., & Son .
BROWN, SCULPTOR, ABERDEEN Brown, A. A, EYEBALL, LONDON
6UCHERON, LONDON •• Owen, Jo~eph, & Sons, Li. EYEBALL, LIVERPOOL •• McNeill, F., & Co.
EYEBALL, KIRKINTILLOCH

Cafferata & Co. FACIAL!UM, LONDON .• Dickson, R . A.


CAFFERATA, NEWARK , . F' AMBRINI, LINCOLN , • Fambrini & Daniels
CANTERRA, LONDON , • Land, J. & H.
Carson, W., & Sons FELTINGS, LONDON Engert & Rolfe, Ld.
CAR~ONS, LoNDON
Carter & Co. FENCING, BRIERLEY HILL Hill & Smith
CARTERS POTTERY, POOLE FENESTR.I., LONDON • , Francis, S. W., & Co , Ld.
CARTLANDS, BIRMINGHAM Cartland, J., & Son, Ld. FIELD, EDINBURGH Field & Allan
CARTLAND$, LONDON •• FIREBRICK, BRIERLEY HILL •• Pearson, E . J. & J.
CARVINGS, BIRMINGHAM Wood Carving Co., Ld.
Williams Bros. & Co. FIRECLAY, DUBLIN Brown, Robt., & Son.
CASEMENTS, CHESTER FROGHALL,ABERDEEN McDonald, Chas.
CATHAROPYR, LONDON London Asbestos Co.
Rugby Portland Ct>ment Co. FURSE , NOTTINGHAM .• Furse, W. J.
t:EMEN r, RUGBY
CHALLOR, LONDON Chaocellor, C., & Co.
CHROMOLITH , LONDON Adamant Co., Ld. GARD EN C OM PANY, ABERDEEN Garden & Co.
CLIFFS, LONDON GARDSONS, BRISTOL . • Gardiner, Sons & Co., Ld .
CLIFFS, WORTLEY, LEEDS Cliff, J., & Sons GASERIES , LONDON Fletcher, Russell, & Co., Ld .
CLINOGRAPH, L ONDON.. •• Harling, W. H. (Queen Victoria Street).
COLLEDGE, WOLVERHAMPTON Colledge & Bridgen GASE RIES, W ARRINGTON Fletcher, Russell, & Co ., Ld.
COLLES1 KILKENNY Irish Marble Co. (Richard GASERIES, MAN CHESTER Fletcher, Russell , & Co., Ld.
Colles) (Showrooms).
KEY TO TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESSES.

GIBBARD, EXETER Gibbard, J. R. MAYPOLE, LONDON


GIBBONS, WOLVERHAMPTON •• Gibbons, T. MAYPOLE, MAN CHESTER Wright, Geo., & Cq .
G!HBS CANNING, TAMWORTH .• Gibbs & Canning, Ld. MAYPOLE, ROTHERHAM
GLAZING, HUDDERSFIELD Heywood, W . H., & Co, MELLOWES, LONDON , • Mellowes & Co.
GOODDY, LONDON •• } MOULDING, LONDON .. Smith (Jonas\ & Co.
GOODDY CRIPPS, LIVERPOOL Walton, Gooddy & Cripps, Lrl MOU LDINGS, PLYMOUTH Eagle Steam Joirlery Works
GRANDSON' LONDON •• Gray , J. W., & Son (W . G. Wakeham)
GRANULEMOS, LONDON Art Pavements &pecoratiqp~
Ld. (The)
GREAVES, HARBURY • • NELSON, STOCKTON, RUGBY
GREAVES, BIRMINGHAM Greaves, Bull, & Lakin NELSON, SOUTH WH ARF, Nelson, Chas., & Co. , Ld.
. " : . P"ADDINGTON .•
NEUM EGEN, PARIS Whitehead, J .. & Sons
HALL, SwADLINCOTE •• NONPLUSSED, LONDON Messenger & Co .• Ld .
Hall & Boardman, Ld Northwood, S., & Son
HARTSHILL, STOKE-ON-TRENT Hartskiill Brick& Tile Co. NORTHWOODS, BIRMINGHAM . •
HATCH, 4~, BROADMEAD, NUD):.OP, LONDON 0akeley Slate Quarries Co.,Ld.
BRISTOL West Gloucester Pennant
Stone Cii.
HAYW,\RD, WOLVERHAMPTON Hayward, W., & Sons, Ld. 0DLING, LONDON Odling (Anselm) & Sons, Ld .
HAYWARD BROS., LONDON Hayward Bros. & Eckstem, 0DLING, LIVERPOOL
Ld. 0PALITE, LONDON Griffiths, W.
HEAT, STOURBRIDGE •• Jones & Attwood ORR, LoNDON •. Silicate Paint Co., Ld.
HEATING, LoUGHBOROUGH Messenger & Co. , Ld. OWEN' · LIVERPOOL Owen, Joseph, & Sons, Ld.
HELLIWELL, BRIGHOUSE
HELLIWELL, LONDON •• Helliwell & Co., Ld.
HOBBS HART, LONDON Hobbs. Hart & Co ., Ld. Goodall, Lamb & Heighway,
Hos, LEEDS PARQUETRY, MANCHESTER
Teale Fireplace Co. Ld .
HOD KIN, SHEFFIELD .• Hod kin & Jones Patteson, J. & H.
HODKINSONS, SMALL HEATH . • PATTESON, MANCHESTER
Hodkinson & Co., Ld . PERFORATION, LONDON Barns, W ., & Son
Hoi.1', LAisTERDYKE •• Holt, W. F. S. Pethick Bros.
HOMAN RODGERS, LONDON •• PETHICKS, PLYMOUTH
Homan & Rodgers PHILLIPS, GUILDHALL CH AM·
HOOPER, NORJ'HAM, SOUTH- Phillips, A. J., & Co.
AMPTON BE RS , E .C .••
Hooper & Co. PILKINGTON, ST. HELENS Pilkington Bros ., Ld.
HYDRAULICS, LONDON Smith, A., & Stevens. Smith (Jonas) & Co.
HYPOSTILE, LONDON •• PINETREE, LIVERPOOL
Boyle, R., &. Son, Ld. POLITENESS, LoNDON •• "Westminster Patent Flooring
GLASGOW Co.
POLON CEAU, LONDON .. Pilkington & Co.
IMPERMEABLE, L NDON Willesden Paper and Canvas P<lRTWAY, HALSTEAD .• Partway, C., & Son
Works, Ld. PRESTAGE, BROSELEY Prestage & Co.
INTERCEPTOR, CARDIFF Couzens, G ., & Co. PREVAILING, LONDON . • Southwell, F . C ., & Co .
INWROUGHT, LONDON ·•• Aston, G ., & Son PRITCH ARD , MOELWYN, PORT-
IRON, MADELEY, SALOP Madeley Wood Co. MADOC ' Pritchard & Co.
IRONSIDES, LIVERPOOL Morton, F., & Co., Ld. PROMPTITUDE, LONDON Blackwall Galvanized Iron
IRONWORKS, EDI,NBURGH Bell, P., & Son Co., Ld.
PUGILISM , LONDON Dorman, Long, & Co., Ld.
PURPLISH, LONDON Granitic Paint Co.
JOHN GRUNDY, LONDON Grundy, J.
JosCLIFFS, 1:-IVER_POOL Clift, J., & Sons
RANGE, BRISTOL Adamant Co., Ld.
RICHES, CROMER Riches, G.
KALEYARDS, LONDON •• Williams Bros. & Co. RIGHT, ABERDEEN .. Wright, Tas., & Sons
KELVIN, LoNDON . . •• Main, A. & J., & Co., Ld. ROBERT ADAM$, LONDON Adams, Robt.
KING Co., STOURBRIDGE King, Jos., & Co. ROBERT GIRLING, IPSWICH Girling, R.
KINOVIQUE 1 LONDON . King, J . A., & Co. ROMAINE, BIR~llNGHAM Evered & Co., Ld. (Barnet
Works)
LEE , l3RISTOL •• Lee, Arthur, & Bros., Ld. ROOFING, BRISTOL Temple, Rogers & Co.
LIAS, KIRTON LINDSEY Parry, H ., & Sons, Ld. ROOKE, WELDON ''Weldon Stone"
LIAS, LONDON • • Greaves. I;lull, & Lakin RUNI S, ABERDEEN Macdonald, A., & Co., Ld.
LIMBUX, LIVERPOOL Ingram & Clarke RuNis, LONDON
LIMMER, LONDON Limmer Asphalte Paving Co., RURAL, LONDON Freeman & Freeman
Ld.
LLKCHI, LONDON Tuxford, J. G.
LLOYD'S, BIRMINGHAM Lloyd & Lloyd, Ld. ' SAFES, BIRMINGHAM • . \ Whitfield, F., & Co.
LocKHART, NEW BARNET Lockhart, A. SAFES, LON::JON .• (
LOACHE 1 BIRMINGHAM Loach & Clarke SAFES, WOLVERHAMPTON Price, Geo., Ld.
LONDON, BETTWS-Y-COED Bettws-y-Coed Slate Quarry SANITARY, EDINBURGH }
SANITARY , PAISLEY Brown, Robt., & Son
Co,,Ld.
LUCAS, ENGINEER, BROCKLEY, SAVEALLS, LONDON Ratner Safe Co . Ld. (Works
S.E. Lucas, J.E. SCULPTORS, L ONDON Whiteliead, J ., & Sons
LUXFER, LONDON British Luxfer Prism Syndi- SEIVAD, PoRTMADoc •• Davies Bros.
cate, Ld. SEVERNDALE, LONDON Coalbrookdale Co., Ld.
' , SHANKS, BARRHEAD .. Shanks & Co., Ld.
SHO RTROODS, GLASGOW Brown, Robt., & Son
MAINZER, LONDON Mainzer & Co., Ld. SILENS, BRADFORD Leggott, W. & R., Ld.
MARO, CA.RRARA .; Whitehead, J., & Sons SILENZIO, LON.DON
MASONRY, ABERDEEN·.• Whitehead, J., & Sons SILLS, MANSFIELD Sills, William
MATTISON, LEEMING BAR Mattison, F., & Co. SLAG, MIDDLESBOROUGH Hutchinson Bros.
KEY TO TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESSES. 19

SLAGWOOL, LoNDON Jones, F., & Co. TWYFORD, HANLEY Twyfords, Ld.
SLATE, PORTMADOC North Wales Slate Co.
SLATINARE, LoNDON Wright, Sam!. . & Co.
SLATTATO, LONDON Moore, M. & R. ULSTER, LONDON Anderson, D., & Sons, Ld.
SNownoN, PoRTMADoc Portmadoc Slate Co. UNBLEACHED, LONDON Broadbent, J . C., & Co., Ld.
SOMERSET, BRIDGWATER Somerset Trading Co.,Ld .
SPRINKLER, LONDON •• Dowson, Taylor & Co. , Ld.
SQUADRON, LONDON •• Rottmann & Co.
STATUARY, LONDON Wilkins, H. W., & Sons VENTILATOR, FARNWORTH,
SYPHON STOVES, LONDON Clark, S., & Co. BoLTON Howorth & Co.
SZERELMEY, LONDON •• Szerelmey, N. C., & Co.

WAC RAN, MANCHESTER Fletcher, Russell, & Co. , Ld.


TAMAR, COALVILLE Coalville, Sandford & Alston, (Works)
Ld. WACRAN, LONDON Fletcher, Russell, & Co., Ld.
TEREBENE, LONDON Hall, E. J., & Co. (Tabernacle St.)
THOROUGH, )3ANBURY •• Bloxham, W . J. WALLPAPER, LONDON Jeffrey & Co.
TILERIES , MAIDENHEAD Cooper, J. K., & Sons WALTON, CARRARA Walton, Gooddy & Cripps, Ld.
T!LERIES, MANCHESTER Pilkington's Tile & Pottery WARMING, LONDON •• Wontner-Smith(J .),Gray & Co.
Co., Ld. WAYGOOD, LONDON •. Waygood, R., & Co.
TILERIES, STOKE-ON-TRENT., Williams, Thomas WEATHERVANE, LoNDON Lewis, J.
TIMBER. DORKING Brooker, J. T. WHEATLY,TRENTVALE Wheatly & Co.
T!MISTS, LONDON Mathews, E ., & Co. WHITWICK COLLIERY, COAL-
TONNERRE, LONDON .. Anderson , R., & Co VILLE Whitwick Colliery Co., Ld.
TucKERS, LoUGHBORo' Tucker, G., & Son WILKINSONS, BRIDGWATER Wilkinson & Leng
TUFA, LONDON.. •• Ward, B ., & Co. WINN, BIRMINGHAM .• Winn, C., & Co.
TURPILIUS, LONDON •• Turpin's Parquet Floor, Joinery WIREWAY, LONDON •• Palmer'sTravellingCradle,Ld.
and Wood Carving Co. WISHAW . BIRMINGHAM Shaw & Carter
TUXFORD, DEGANWY • } Woon, BouGHTON MoNCHEL-
TUXFORD, TRAFF~RD'S Tuxford, J. G. SEA •• Wood, Jas.
WHARF, MANCHE>STER WooLLiscROFT, HANLEY Woolliscroft, G., & Son
zo

INDEX TO GOODS AND BUILDING MATERIALS.

PAGE PAGE Heating (continued)- PAGE


Ball Valves See Valves Simplex 2s8
A. Balusters and Balustrades 57, s9. 92, Spanish 2s7, 2s8, 2s9, 26o, 262, 263
Accumulators 190 94, 96, IOOB, IDS, l06D, IIO, Spring Roller or Self-Coilini:r 2s7,
Adamant • • See Plaster IIS, 126, 127, l4I, 142, 212 2s8, 259, 260, 262, 263, 26s
Adamantine / See Plaster Band Stands 137, 141, 148 Sun or Tropical 260, 263, 264, 265
Adamantine Clinkers . . See Bricks Bank Fittings II4, us, 269 Universal 262
Agricultural Drain Pipes See Pipes Bar Fittings II4, 269 Venetian 224, 2s7, 2s8, 2s9, 260,
Air Bricks 44A, 44B, 54, 57, 59, 69 ,. Iron or Steel 90, 338 262, 263
., Grids • • See Grilles, Gratiltt[S, or Grids ,. Railway 128 Wire . • 257, 258, 2s9, 260, 262, 263
,, Propellers See Ventilatio11 & Ventilators Barrows . • n3
Basement Lights Sec Pavement Lif!Ms, &c. Blocks See Pitlley Blocks
Alabaster.. See Marble Blue Lias Lime • • See Lime
Altar Rails See Gates c;>- Railings Baths and Bath Fittings s2, 86, 87,
Boiler Coverings 64, 72A, 72s, 72c, 75
Altars 99, rno, rn6o 98, 99, 104, 179. 212, 246, 247, 249 Boilers 175, 177, 178, 179, 2rn, 247, 253, 302
Anaglypta.. . See Wall & Ceiling Coverings Beer Fittings .. .• .• 253 Climax 178
Angle Iron or Steel .. 129, 338, 340 Bell Hanging 224
., Pulls or Pushes 208 Daisy 175
Artesian Wells • . 81 Ideal . • 178
Artificial Stone 61, 72, 80, 92, 93, rn4, 'Bells 179, 180, 208, 224, 253, 256, 300 Independent.. 178
rn9, 122, lSl Chimes 253 Loughborough 302
Granitic 104 Church, School, or Factory 253, 256
Saddle 302
Granolithic •• 151 Clock 253 Steam 2s3
Art Metal Work •• See Metal Work Electric 179, 180, 208, 300
Asbestos •• Fire Alarm 256 Boiler Seating 64, 65
75 Hand.. 256 Bolts and Bars •• 196, 198, 206, 223
Cloth 75
" Fibre 7S
Lighthouse • .
Plantation . .
256
253, 256
Casement See Casement Fastenings
and Stays
Fuel 75
., Mlllboard Repaired and Re-hung 256 Gate.. 198
75 Town Hall 253 Indicating 206
,. Paper .. •• 75
,. Powder .. Bends See Channels and Bends Panic or Exit 196, 223
75
Ash Bins •• See Duit Bins Bent Wood II3 Brackets, Electric Light See Electric
,, Closets See Closets Bins 131 Lighting and Fittings
Aspbalte •• 72, 84, 85, 104, 124 Blinds 134, 224, 2s7. 2s8, 2S9· 260, Gas See Gas i::ngi11eerinr: and Fitti11{!s
Acid Resisting 85 261' 262' 263, 264, 26s Branding Irons . • •• •• • • 264
British 84 Cane •• 257, 25~ Brasses See Memorial Brasses a11d Tablet.;
Compressed •• 84 Canelette 257 Brass Work 206, 224, 228, 253, 256
Lava •• 84, 85 " Castalice '' 134 Gas Fitters'.. See Gas Engineeri11g
. Limestone 72 Conservatory or Greenhouse 258 and Fittings
Limmer 72, 84, 85 Duchesse 257 Braziery • • 2s3
Mastic 84 Festoon •. 2s7, 259, 260, 262 Brewers' Squares 87 1 95
Polonceau 85 Fire • . . 261, 262 Bricks 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 44A, 44B,
Rock •• 84, 85 Florentine 257, 258, 2s9, 260, 262, 263 47, 48, 49, 51, s2. 53, S4· 57,
·Seyssel 84, 85 Glass. . 257, 258 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65,
Sicilian 84 Heliocene 257, 2s8, 2s9, 262, 263 66, 69, 70, 7s. 80, 86, 9:1, 232,
Sillcia 85 Invisible 262 238, 241
Axle Pulleys See Pulleys Italian 260 Adamantine Clinker 38
Jalousies 2 59 Air See A ir Bricks
Japanese 262 Bath •• 47
Metallic Venetian . . 263 Blue 39, 42, 44A, 44B, 51, S3, 61,
B. Oriental 2s7, 258, 259, 260, 262 . 66, 70, 75, 80, 232
Repaire:l and Renovated. • 263 Channel See Channels and B e11ds
Balconies •• 127, 128, 137, 141, 148, 212 Shop . . 257, 258, 259, 262, 263 Clinker • • 38, 44A, 60
Ballast 60 Shutt!lr ,~ ,, 262 Coping 39,. 42, 51 , 58, 61, 70
INDEX TO CATALOGUE. 21
Bricks (continued)- PAGE PAGE Columns (continued)- PAGE
Cu lvert .. .. 40, 6 c C hairs 148 , 215 Iron or Steel 12g, 130, 132, r3 3,
E na mell ed or Glazed 3g , 4g, 52, Channels and Bends 42, ;,6, 60, 61 , 136, 137, l 4I, 147. 150, 216, 340, 341
60, 62. 65, 80, 232 65, g2, 12g, 240, 241, 338, 340, 341 S ton e or Marble g4B, g8, gg, 100,
Fire . . 41, 52, 60 , 61, 63, 64, 65, B rick . . 42 lOOB, 1060, IIO
80, 86, 238 Broad's 240, 24r Commodes 25,f
fletton .. .. 3g Iron or Steel . . r2g , 338, 340, 34r Concrete . . 7'~
F looring and Paving 38 , 3g, 40 , Chimney Cowls . . Se< Chimney Pots , &c. Asp halti c 72
42, 44A, 51, 58, 60, 61, 66, 70, 75 C himn ey Pieces or Mantels 500 , 87 , Concrete Work 72, 288
Heat her .. .. .. .. 40 Sg, go, 94B, 95, g8, gg, roo, Connections See Pipe .'faints
Kerb . . 70 104, 107, rro, rr 4, rr5, 137, Conservatories and F ittings 147, 148, 302
Majolica 65 , 232 • 210 , 2 12, 2r3 Cooking Apparatus See J(i/cheners,
Moulded 3g, 40, 41, 42 , 51, 54, 59, E namelled Slate 87 , g5. g8, 104, 107 Ran(!es, &c.
60, 6r, 70 Faience 500 ., Stoves • . See [(itcheners, Ranges, &c.
Orn amental . . 3g, 40, 48, 58, 5g, 6 r I ron . . . . 137, 210, 212, 2r3 Copper Leaf .. .. 136
Partition 52
Stone or Marble 87, 8g, go, g4B, Cornice Poles and Fittings 258
Paving . . See Bricks , Floori11g gg, IOO, 104, 107 , IIO, 212 Co tt on Waste 277
P linth_ .. .. 6r, 70 Wood .• loo, 114, rr5, 212 Counters . . . . go, g8, rooB, lo6n
Q uarries See Quarries or SquMcs Covered Ways 141
Eed 3g, 40, 4r, 42, SI , 53 , 58, 5g, C himn ey Pots, Caps, or Cowls 44A,
44B, 47, 54, 57, 58, 5g , 60, 6r , C ow House F ittings See Ca.tile House Fittings
60, 6r, 66 Cowls See C!timney Pots, &c.
Stahle 38, 42, 44A, 51 , 60, 6 c, 66, 70 62, 75, 8~ 8~ 170, 171, 238
Staffordshire S ee Bi'iclls, B lue Archimedian Screw 171 Crabs 192
T err".- ~etallic See Bric/is, Blue Bar ham 's 60 Cradles, Travelling 304
Ventilatmg . . See Air Bricks "Dulce Domum ".. 170 Cran es r7g, 185, r8g, rgo, 192, 21g
Belt Power . . r8g
B r~di:;es . . 128, r30, r41, 146, r 47, 340 Fletcher's
Peyton's Champion
57
6r Derrick 192
Br~lhant Cut Glass See Gla zi1w and Glass E lectric l8g, rg2
B nt . Opal .. ~ rsr Chimney Sweeping Machines.. 215 Hand P ower 185 , rSg, rgo, 192
Bronze Powders.. r 6 Chimneys Repaired, Rebuilt, or Re- , Hydraulic 185, l8g, rgo, lg2
3
,, Work 137, 144 Pointed 2g7, 2gg, 300, 301 S team rg2
Bu!fe~s . . rgo Church Benches . . . . See S ea.tintt Travelling 185, 1g2
B u1ldrngs, Iron See Iron Buildinl!< Fittings . . rr5, 125 Crestings . . 127, 141, 148
B ulbs .. 338 Furniture See F1trnit1we Crosses or Crucifixes 58, 5g, g6, g8
B usts See Carving and Sculpture Seating . . . . See Seatin~ Crucibles . . 60
Spires Restored 2g7, 2g9, 300, 301 C urbs See Fenders and Curbs or Ke1•bi11g
,. Stall s . . See S eating Curtains . . 25g
Cis terns and Tanks 60, 86, 87, 88, g5.
c. g8, 104, 130, r31, 177, 242, Bnsbis 259
243. 244, 245 , 246, 247, 340
Automatic F lushing 245
Cabinet Handles 228
Cans .. 13I
Brewers' SS, g8 D.
Flushing 243
Carbolic Powder 277 Sewage 247
Carving and Sculpture g4. g7 , 100B, Slate .. 86, 87, 88, g5, g8, 104 Dairy Glass Appliances for 2680
1060. no, rr4, 126 Waste P reventi ng . . 244 Damp Proof Courses and M a terials
Casemen t Fastenings and Stays lg6, 44A, 44B, 72 , 72B, 72c, 75, 76,
205, 207, 223, 227 , 228 C losets 44A, 44B, 52, 60, 104, 212 ,
23g, 242, 244, 24.6, 247. 248, 780, 84, 85, 87 , 152 , 279 , 280 ,
Cockspur 227 280A, 280B 1 29 3
Espagniolette 205, 227 250, 253 , 254
Anti Back-Bow 239 Asphalte . . See Asphaltc
Victor 223 D ure:sco . . ;:8oA , 28on
Casement Fi ttings See Gearmg a.nd Fittings Ash .. 254
Automatic F lushing See Cisterns Felt . . 72B, 72c
Casements and Frames 127, 136, r5g, F ibrous Asph alte . . . . 75, 780 , 2g3
172 , 173, 18g, 21g, 220 , 222 , and Tan/is
Axis .. 250 Metal Asphalt e 780
223, 227, 273 Petrifying Liquid . . 280, 280A, 280B
B rass.. r72, 173 Deluge 250
Earth 254 Slate.. 87
Bronze 2 lg, 222 Szerelmey Waterproofing Liquid 280
Copper 172, 173 Latrine 242
Marlboroug h 244 Willesden Paper, Canvas and
Gun Metal 172, 173, 21g Scrim . . 76
Iron a.id Steel 127, 136, 15g, 172 , Ped estal 250
Portable 253 Zopissa Solution 279
173, r 8g, 21g, 220, 222, 223, 227, 273
" Twycli ffe " 248 Daylight Reflectors 271
C asement S ill Bars See Water Ba.rs Valve 244, 253
"Castalice," Iron , Brass and Copper 134 Deafening. . See So1111 d Prooft11f!
Wash-down or W ash-out. . 244, 250 Deck Lights 271
Castin gs 12g, 130, 136, 137, 144, 146.
147, 150, 182, 210 Coach Body Wood rr3 Della Robbia 66
Cattle House Fittings and Troughs Coach House Fittings See Stable and Desks 2g4, 2g5. 2g6
60, 61, 1060, 1g2, rg3, 216 Coach H owe Fitti11gs Automatic 2g4, 2g5
Ce iling or Centre Flowers 288 Coal Plates 270, 271, 272 Convertible . . 2g4 , 2g5
Cellar Flaps .. . . 26g, 270, 271, 272 Cocks See Valves " Fisher " 296
Cemen ts 37, 48,61, 75, 7g, 80, 8r, 82 , Coffee Mi lls rg7 Infan ts' or Kinde1garten 2g4, 2g6
83, 104, 151, 24 r Coil Cases 134, 177 Teachers' 2g6
Birmi ngham Wa ter proof.. 15t ' ' Castali ce" 134 D is temper 279, 280A. 280B
Fireproof 151 Colours .. Bo, 277 , 278A, 278B Dog Grates Sec Fweplaccs, Stoves, and Grates
Keene's 7g, S2 Columns g2, g4B , g8, gg, 100, lOOB, Door and Lock Furmture 2or. 202,
Lias . . 8r l06A, 1060, rro, l2g, 130, 132, 203, 204, 207, 208 , 227 , 728
Parian 7g 133. 136, 137, 141, 147. 150, Corbin 20[
Portlan d 37, 4S , 6r, 80, Sr, 82, 83 216, 340, 34 I Namours 20!
Roman 6r, Sr Art ificial Stone g2 Stanley 203
St:len iti c So, Sr, 82 Granite 98, gg, 100, lo6A Tudor 203

C:o:-<. Co11r. B
2.2. INDEX TO CATALOGUE.

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Door Checks, Springs, and Spring Electric Lighting and Fittings 179, Fireproof Lathing 168
Hinges 185, 196, 197, 198, 224, 300 ,, Partitions 152
199, 200, 20[' 202, 203 , 204, Accumulators See Acc11111ulators Fitments . . 126
205, 206, 208 , 223, 227 E levators . . See Lift!, Elevators, cind Hoi;ts Flitch Plates 129, 340
Battersea 200 Emboss in g See Glazing and Glass Flooring and Pav in g 38, 70, 84, 85, 87,
Climax 205, 206 Enamell ed Slate.. 98, 102, 102A, ro4, ro7 90, 92, 94, 94A, 95, 96, 98 , 99,
<;:or bin 201 Engin e Beds 72 100, l02A, 1021). 104, 105, 106,
Crown Victor r96 Eng ines . . 190, 253 l06A, 108 , 109, IIO, rr4, rr6A,
Empress Victor 196 Beer . . 253 II6B, II7, II8, II9, 120, 121,
Gerish's 198 Boiler See Hoile1•s 122 , 123, 124. 125, 192 , 193, 216
Helical 198, 206 Fire . . See Fire EJ1gi11es Anhydrous . . 108, 120
Janus 200 Fittings 253 Artificial Stone or Concrete 94, 104
London V ictor i 96 Pumping See Pumps and P11111pi11g Aspbalte .. See Asphalts
Model 200 Machinery Brick. . See Bricks
Norton 204 Steam 253 Ceram ic See Mosaics, Ceramic
"Perfect " 203 Wind .. 253 Fireproof .. See Fireproof Floors
Pneumatic 196, 202, 204 Exit Door Fittings See Door Fittings Granite 99 1 lo6A
Reliable 206 Expansion Joints See Pipe Joints and Granite Concrete 122
Rojon 227 Connections Gnn~c l~
Royal Duplex 202 Mosaic See Mosaics
Silent B. T ... 199 Parquet 84 , 94A, 108, rr 4, rr6A,
Slave 202 l l6B, 120, !21, 122 , 124
Smith's 208 Parquet Anhydrous 120
Stevens' & Major's.. 200 F. ,, Removable l 24
Door Fittings, Exit or Pa nic 202, 203 Slate.. 87, 95, 98
Sliding .. 163, 164, 205, 216 Squares . . Sre Quanies a11d Squares
Door Porters 197 Facias 98, 264 Stable 38, 70, 122, 192, 193
Slides 266 Faience . . . . 50A, 50s, 5on, 52, 66, 104 Steel . . 216
,, Springs See !Joor Checks, Sp1·i::gs, &c. Fanlight Gearing and F ittings See Gearin!< Stone or Marble 92, 94, 96, 98 ,
Doors and Frames 87, n3, n5, l2I, Felloes n3 99, 100, l02A, 1020, 104, 105,
128,132 , 146, 153. 154,155 ,r56, Felt .. 72c, 75, 78A , 78c , 85, 293 106, ic9, IJo, 124
157, 158, 159, 160, 16r, 162, A:>pha~ted . . 75, 78A, 85 Tar . . 104
163, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168, B1tummous . . .. .. 75 Tile .. See Tiles
189, 190, 219 , 264, 265, 341 Damp Course or Fo undation See Wood 124
Anchor Rel iance . . 163 Damp-proof Courses Wood Block 85, 94A, 108, 114,
Fire, Burglar Proo f, and Strong Hair . . 72c, 75, 78A, 78c, 293 II6A, II6B, rr7 , 118, rr9, 120,
Room 128, 153, 154, l 55, 156, Inodorous 72 c, 75, 78A 121 , 122, 123, 124, 125
158, 159, 160, 161, 163, 164, R6ofing 72c, 75, 78A, 85 Acme .. II 8, II9
165, 166, 167, 168, 264 , 34 r Sarking or Slaters' 72c, 75, 78A Disc Key 124
Iron or Steel 128, J32, 146, 153, Fencing . . See Gates, Rail1.11.r:s, and Fencing Duffy's Patent Immovable
154, 155, 156, 157, 158, 159· Fenders and Curbs, or Kerbing 500, AcmP. 118, u9
160, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165, 65, 90, 94B, 99, JOO, 104, 212 Interlocking 121
166, 167, 168 1 189 , 190, 219, Figures See Carving, a.nd also Sta.tua1y "Perfected" 122, 123
264, 265, 34 I F! l t~r Beds .. .. .. . . 247 l"{eliable u7
Partition or Party W~ll 154, 155, Finger Plates See Door and Lock Fumitun ''Self-Keyed". . 122
156, 158, l6r, 164, 155, 168 Finials 44, 44A, 44s, 45, 46, 47 1 48, 51, Turpin's 121
Slate .. 87 54,56, 58,59,61,63,66,68,75, Floor Lights . . See Pavement Lights
Sliding 153. 154· 155, 156, 158, 87, 92, 141, 148, 232, 297, 299, Floors, Fireproof .. See Ffreproof Floo1's
159, 162, 163, 164, 168 300, jl02 Flue Covers 64
Wood II3, Il5 Artificial Stone 92 ,, Linings or Pipes . . 61 , 238
Drain Clearing Machines 215 Copper 297, 299, 302 Flushing Apparatus and Chambers
,, Testing 239 Iron . . qr, 148, 297, 300 243 See also Cistenis and Tanks
Drainage .. 65, 193, 236, 237 Tile pr Terra Cotta 44, 44A, 44B, Fonts 96, 99, 100, 1060, 110
Draught Excluders 266 45, 46, 47, 48, 5r, 54, 56, 58, Forcing Houses See Grm1ho11ses, also
Drawing Boards .. 303 59, 6r, 63 , 6~ 6~ 75, 87, 232 Horticultural Buildi11gs
Instruments 303 Fire Bricks and Blocks.. See Br£clis Forms • . See Seatin[(
,, Materials 303 C l~y.. . . ·4r, 52, 60, 61, 6 4 Fo untains 94, 98, IOOB, 103 1 1060
Drawings•.. 368 Engines ·· . . 253 Furnace Blocks 60
Working and Detail 368 ,, Hydrants . . See Hydrants Furniture .. 294, 295, 296
Drinking Troughs 216 Fireplaces, Stovts a nd Grates 90, Ch urch and School 294, 295, 296
Drums 131 194• 107, 136, 137, r76, 177,
Dryers 277 2ro, 2II, 212, 213
Drying Apparatus 171 Conden sing .. 176
Dust or Ash Bins 212 Front Hob 2 [J
G.
Gas .. 210
"Kelsall" 211 Galvani210g r3r
Mantel Register 2IO, 2I2, 213 Garden E dging See Tiles
E. Register 107, r37, 210 Engines . . 253
Slow Comb ustion 177, 212, 213 Seats See Seating
Teale .. 211 Tiles See Tiles
Earth Closets See Closets Tile .. 107, 2!0 ,, Vases .. Se~ Vases
Ecclesiastical Fittings .• See Church Fittin1<s Tortoise 177 Ga$ Brackets See Gas Enr:ineering and Fittmt:s
.Electric Casings .. 1I3 Fireproof Floors 72, 104, 1091 122, ,. Burners See Gas E11giileeri11g 1t1td Fitting;
Electrical Glass Appliances .. 2680 129, r32, r5<;1, 151, 152, 341 Cookers See Kitchsn~rs, Ra11:;es, and
,, Switch Boards 87, 88 Expanded Meta l 72 Cooking Apparatus
Electric Bell s See Bell~ Mack 152 Fires .. Ste Fireplaces, Stoves, &c.
"
INDEX TO CATALOGUE. ZJ
PAGE Glazing and Glass (continned)- PAGE Heating (aontinu.ed)- PAGE
Gas Engineering and Fittings 14r, Quilted .. 268c Ecli pse 177
171, 179, 181, 252 Rolled 268A, 268c, 268D Expansion Joints See Pipe Joints
Lamps 14r Roof . . .. 267, 2680, 273. 276 and Co1tnections
Pendants 141 Rough Cas t .. 2680 Grundy's I741 I76
Stoves See Fil'eplaces, Stoves, &c. Shades 2680 Hot Air 174
Gas Retorts 60 Shell .. 268c Hot Vvater r7I, I77, 178, 179,
Gate Hinges See Hi11ges Silvered or Giided .. 2680 180, 18I, I82, 247 , 302
.. Latches See Latches Simplex 274 P lenum Ibo, 182
Gates, Railings, and Fencing II3, Stained or Painted .. 66, 222, 273 Radiators 175, 177, I79, 247 , 302
I26A, 1268 , 127, 128, IjO, 134, Wire .. 268A, 208D Double Perfect 175
135, 136, 137, 138 , 139, 140, Glue 277 Favourite 175
141, r42, 143, 157, 180, r92, Gold Leaf 136 Finsbury 179
212, 256, 264, 265 Imitat ion 136 Florence r 75
Altar.. 127, 141 Gold Powder I36 Vent ilating 179
Automatic 140 .. T r ansfers Steam 171, I77, 178, r8o, I8r, 247
Bronze 256 136
Gongs .. 256 Hinges 141 , 197, I98, 205, 206, 215, 223
Colonial 140 Granite and Granite Work 94, 94A, Butt . . r97, 206, 215
Corrugated 140 97, 98, 99, 100 , IOI, 102, l02A, Collinge's 198, 205
Impregnable 140 Gate . . 223
Iron and S teel 127, 128, 130, 135, ro20, 103, 104, 105, ro6, l06A,
136, 137, 138, 139, 140, 141 ' l06B, IIO, II6B Gerish's I98
142, 143, 157, 180, 192, 212, Aberdeen 98, 99, IOI, 104, 106A, 106B Imray's ;:98
Bon-accord 98 Parliament 197
264, 265 Cornish 106A
Unclimbable 128, 130, r;i8, 139, 140, 143 Redmund's I98
Ventilating . . .. .. . . 157 Corrennie . . • 98 Spring See Door Checks, Springs
Wire. . . . 130, 138, 139, 140 E merald 98 and Spring Hinges
Wood u3, 126A, 126B Frog hall 98 Hoists See Lifts, Elevators and Hoists
Fuglevik 1020 Horticultural Buildings 302, See also
Gearing and Fittings for Fanli ghts, H ill o'fare 98
Skylights, and Casements 177, Greenhouses
Irish . . 104 Horticultura l Glass Appliances . . 2680
182, 196, 199, 202, 204, 207, Labradorite.. 97, 98, 104, ro6A
208, 223, 225, 226,227, 228,Su Hospitals-Iron, Isolation
Laurvik .. 1020 Hot Houses See Gnenlzouses, also
also Ca.sement Fastenings and Stays Norwegian . . 98, 106A
Beanland's . . .. .. 204, 225 H 01•tirnlt1wal B nildings
Oriental 97 ., Water Supply,. and Heaters 179
Cartland's 225 Peterhead 97, 98, 104, ro6A
Eclipse 204, 228 Hot Water Tanks See Cisterns and,]anks
l:<.oss of Mull 104 Houses, Iron See fr on and Steel Bitild°ings
Invisible 225 R ubislaw 98
Leggott's 208, 226, 227 Hurdles See Gates, Railings, and Fencinf!
Russian 97 Hydrants.. 253, 247
LiDk . . 223 Scandinavian 102
Preston's 204, 208, 225 Hydraulic Rams See:Pwnps and
Swedish 97, 98, 104, 106A P11111ping Machinery
Silens 226, 227 ~ct~a ~
Girders and Joists 129, 130, 131, 132, Grate Backs 64
141, 150, 338, 339, 340, 341 Grates .. See Fireplaces, Stoves, a11d G1ates
Compound, or R ·vetted 150, 338, Gravel 60
339, 340, 341 I.
Gravestones See J',Jonnments
Lattice 130, 341 Grease 277
Glazing and Glass 66, 98, 104, 222,
264, 267, 268A, 268B, 268C, Grease Boxes, Interceptors, and Traps Inspectmg and Intercepting C hambers
268D, 269, 273, 274 , 275, 276 See Traps and Gullies 237, 239 , 247, See also Traps , etc.
Arabesque . . 268B Greenhouses 302, See also Horti- Inspection, or Manhole Covers 136,
Bent . . . . 2680 C1tlt11ra l Bnildings 204, 212, 215, 216, 240 , 245, 247
Bevelled . . 2680 Grilles, Gratings or Grids 127, 147, Insulation · .. .. . . 78, 88, 152
Brilliant Cut 98 1 268D 160, 163, 167, 179, I92 .. Roof . . 152
Cathedral 2680, 269 Gulleys See Traps and Gulli:es Iron and Steel I29, r3r, 132, 338
Chequered . . 268c Gutters See Rain Water Goods Galvani zed . . 338
Corrugated 268A, 2680 Iron and Steel Buildings 128, 130,
Dappled 268c 131, I32, 133
Diamond 2680
Dimpled 268B H.
Ecclesiastical 273
Eclipse 275
Electro 269 Hair . . 6r, 72c, 293 J.
Embossed 98, 264, 2680 Handles See Door & Lock Fnrniture
Enamelled 268D Hand Rails II4, II5, II6 Japans
Figured 2680 . Handspikes rr3 Jhilmil
Fire Resisting 269 Harness and Saddle Room Fittings Joinery u3. u4, rr5, u6, 12! , 125,
Flowered 268B See Stable and Coach House Fittings 126, 296
Helliwell 276 Hat , Coat, and Umbrella Stands 197 Joints See Pipe Jo1:nts and Connections
Heywood 267 Hat and Coat Hooks 203, 205 Joists See Girders and Jois ts
Indian 268B Headstones S ee M 01111111ents
Kaleidoscope 268B Hearths 90
Lead .. 222, 27 3 Tile See Tiles, Hea.rth
Lozenge 2680 Heaters 1
.. SeeHot WaterSupp y, &c. K.
Luxfer 269 Heating 17x, 174, 175, 176, 177, 178,
Morocco 268B 179, I8o, I8I, I82, 247, 302
Mosaic 268A, 268B Boilers See Boilers Kegs lJI
P late .. 2680 Coils .. 177 Kennels I4Q
Quarry .. 2680 Desideratum 182 Ker bing .. 92, 95, I06A
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PAGE Locks (continued)- PAGE Metal Work (continued)- PAGE

Differ with Ma~ter Keys 201, 204 , 209 " Castalice" .. 134
Kitcbeners, Ranges, and Cooking Sec Z inc Work
Durable 203 Zinc . .
Apparatus 104, 107, 137, 179·
210, 2 I2, 2 I 4 Marvel 203 Milk Coolers 104
Gas .. 210, 212, 214 Morti se 203, 204, 2og, 227 Models and Modelling . . 93. uo, 368
Steam 212 , 214 Pri~on and Asylum 202, 203. 204 l\'Ionumen ls 88, go, g4 . g7, 98 , 99. roo,
J{itcben Fittings and Utensils . . 197 Reliable 203 101, 105, l 06D , ro7, IJ O
Knockers . . 197, 207, 208 Reversible .. 209 Mosa ics 4813 , son . 66, 94, 9,JA , 9 1B,
Rim .. 203, 204, 227 gg, 104, ro8, 109, l I O, l t6B,
Roller Bolt .. 204 120, 12I. 122, 124
S liding Door ?.09 Ceramic 48B, SOB, 66, 9 J, 94JJ, IQ,J, 124
Spr in gl~ss .. 204 E namel g4B, 122
L. Trunk and Bag 209 · . 66, 94B, I22
G lass ..
Unpickable .. 209 Gran ite 124
·wonder 203 Marble 66, g4 , 9'fB, g9, 104, ro8,
Lamp Posts . . See Stable and 109, 110, 12 2, 124
Lamps Loose Box Fittings
Coach Hou.se Fitti11gs Roman 9-l8, ro8, 109, 12 r, 122, 124
Latches l4r, 205 . 227 94.B, 108, 121 1 124
.. 61, 168, 288 'I'errazzo
Laths and Lathing 66, 108, 109, 122, 124
Lattice I 34
Venetian
Lavatories and F i ttings 52, 60. 86, Mouldings I 13, I 14, II5, 125
87, go, 948, g5, g6, g8, 1008, M. Wood .. 113, u5. 125
104, 210, 212 , 243, 246, 247, Mural Tiles S cc Ti/ cs, llfora.t
24g, 25 r, 252 , 251
"Adamant" 25r Man gers .. 6'.>, 142
"C. V.'' 24g Manhole Covers .. Si e Inspection or
Gordon 252 Manhole Cc vers
"Neros" 24g Mantel Registers See Fii-eplaces, Stoves N.
Range 251 and Grates, also Chimnev Piece<
Tip~p ~ Mantels . . . . See Chimnev Pieces
Marble and Marble Work 83. 90, 94, Nails . . 61, 2r5. 216
Lead and Lead Work 247 2 r6, 264
Lecterns . . 141 94A, 94B, g6, 98 , g9. 100, lOOA, Name P lates
1008, 102 1 I02A, 1028 1 102C, Naves Il3
Letters 264 140
Levelling Staves. . 303 1020, 104 , 105, 106, lo6c, Netting
l06D, 107, IIO, II6B Newel~ IT 5, 126, 141
Levels 303
Lift Enclosures . . r27 , 188, 26g Alabaster g6, gg, ro6o, 110, Non-Conductors 72A. 72B, 72c, 73, 74.
Lifts, E levators and Hoists l)g, 179 , Antique 100, 105 76 1 77, 78, 78A, 78B, 78C, 152
Belgian ro2s, ro2c Nu mbers . . 216
185, 186, 187, 188, 189, lgo . 215
lgr, lg2, 215, :ug , 224. 260 , 26.l Breche Oriental 948 Nuts and Bolts ..
A. B. C . Self-sustaining . . 189 Breche Sanguin e .. ro2B
Belt Power 185, 189 Breche Thonolet g4B
Brec he V10lette g4B , l02B, lo2c
Carriage 263
Byzantine raze
E lectr ic
Fnrnitnre
185, 188, 189, lgr, 192
190 Carrara ro5 , ro6, ro6c, 1060 o.
H:rnd Power 189, 192, 263 Cippolino 948
Hydraulic . . 185, 188, 18g, lg2 Connemara . . loo l 15 , 26g
Griotte de Sos t 102 a Office Fittings
' 'Ligh tnin g " 185 Oils 277
Ram. . 185 Irish . . g4B, roo
Italian loo, l ro Oriel Iron 147
Reliance 185 Oven Squares 47
Steam Power 185, 263 Jaune Brocatelle 94B 126
Jaune Jaspe. . 9~B Overdoors
Suspended or Self-s ustaining 159· Overman tels II5, 210
185, 186, 137, r8g, 191 Jaune Lamartine 94s
Telescopic .• r85 Ki lkenny roo
Water Saving lgl Languedoc 94B
Onyx .. go, g4B, 105
Lighting See Electric Lighting, Ga's Pavonazzo 94n
Engineering, and Fitlinf!S and Piastraccia 948 P.
Da.ylight Reflector> Rose Du V;;r ro2s
Lightning Couductors 224, 247, 2g7, St. Anne 948
298, 29g, 300, 301, 302 St. S il vester.. rooB, l02C Pad locks . . 2og
Lewis 's Link Connector ·.. 2g7 Sarrancolin . . . . ro2c Pails .. .. 204
Testing 2g7, 2g8, 299, 300, 301, 302 Sicilian g4B, l02B, l02C, 1060 Paints 277, 278, 278A, 278B, 27g. 280,
Vyle's 302 Sienna 94B, l02H 280A, 280B
Lime •. 61, So, 81, 82, 83, 9r , 241 Stat nary \;I. 94s, 105 Anti-corrosive 278A, 278B
B lue Lias 80, Sr, 82 Verde Antico g4B, 105 Daresco 280A, 280B
Mainsfurth 61 Verona .. lo2c Enamel 278
Mansfield 91 Vert Carnpan 94n, ro2B Gran itic 21g
Selenitic See Cements Vert Des Alpes g4B Heat Resisting 280
Settle 6r Masonry See <;toue, Marble, aud Artificial Stoue Non-Poisonous 278A, 278B, 280
Lithography 368 Measuring Tapes 303 Szerelmey Iron 280
Lock Furniture See Door 1i11d L ock Fnmiture Memorial Brasses and Tab lets go, Velure 278
Locks 201, 202, 203, 204, 209, 215, 227 1060, 107, 264 Veluvme 278
Anti.Friction 2or Memorial Windows . . See Gtnzi11g Palisad ing See Gates anti R<1.ilint;s
Ball Bearing 2or Metal Work 127, 128, 134, 135, r 36, P.i.n ic Door Fittings See Door Ftttint;s
Cabinet or Draw ~09 137, 141, 142, 146. 147, 168, Pantiles . . 48, 60
Cheapside 2og 17r, 180, rg6, 220, 22r , 228 Paper Hangings See Wall antlCeilillg Coverings
Corbin 20 1 Brass .. See B ·rass JV ark
Parquet Flooring See F loori11K and I'avw:<
C upboard 209 Bronze See Bronze Wm·k
INDEX TO C ATAL OGU E. 25
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Part it ions or D ivisions I 52, 26 3, 265, Plating 227 s.


296, See also Firep·roof P .irtition.s P la1 inum Lea f 136
F ireproo f See Fireproof Pnvtitious P linth s . . See B1•irils, Moulded Sadd le Room Brackets a nd Fit tings
Fold ing .. .. 265, 296 P lnmbers' Cocks See Va lves See S table a11tl Goa.ch House Fittings
Mack .. 152 .. F ittings 2 53
Safes 15B, r 59, 160, r61 , 163, 165
Revolving and Sliding 263, 296 P l nm bin g . . lBo Salamander Decora ti o ns See Wall
Swivel 265 Po ling Boa rd s II3 and Ceiling Coverings
Pave ment.. See F toon:ng and Pavi11g Po rch es or Porti coes 135, 137, r4r, Sand 60
Pavement or F loor L ight s 94, r36, r46, q.7, q.B S ash Bala nce 223
2I2, 269, 270, 27I, Porters See Do~1· Po1·ters Sashes See Window Sashes and Fmmes
Pavement or F loor Light Frames Portl and Cement See Cements Sash Fasteners 202, 205, 206, 208, 223, 224
Pav ilio ns .. · Posta l Handles .. 204, 207 Albert 205
Perspectives P resen tation P lates · 264 A. J. . . 202
Pho to Prints Preserva ti ves See Damp Proof Co1wses Grappler 206
.. P rinting O utfit s . . and JJI! aterials, and Paints Hopkinson' s 205
P ick Hand les Priming . . See Paints Meakin's 205
P icks P ub lic House Fit tings . . u3 Self-Locking P ulley 224
P igger y F ittings a nd Trough s 193, P ugging . • See Sou.nd P1•oo fing S tanley 205
P ipe Coverin gs 72c, 73, 74, 75, 7B, P ulley B locks 215
7Bc, 293 P ulley s 202 , 224 Sash Lines, Cha in s , &c . 205
.. Cu tters 1B2 Pulpit s 96, 99, roo, rooB, 1060 Sash P la te and Hook 206
P ipe Join ts a nd Co nnections 65 , 177, Alabaster, Marble , or Stone 96, Saw Guards 239
lB2, 232, 233, 234, 235 99, 100, lOOB , l06D S awing lJ3, rr 4
Expansion . . 177, lB2 P umps and P um ping M ach inery 185 , Scales 303
G reenwood 's . . 232, 233, 234, 235 r90, 247, 25 3 School F urniture See Fiwniture
S ta nford's . . 65, 235 Anim al Power 253 Scrapers . . i97
Do mesti c 253 Screens 96, 1060, r27, 134, 141 , 216, 26So
Pipes 44A, 44B, 4B, 52, 53 , 60, 61, Force ' ' Castalice" 134
62, 65, 75, Bo, B6, 177 , 1B1, 253
Hydra ulic rB5 Church 127
1B2, 216, 23 1, 232, 233, 23B, Steam r.85, 253 G lass . . 26Bo
247, 268n, 302 Well . . 253 W ire.. 216
Agricultural .. 4S, 60, So
C h annel See Channels and Bends Scul pture . . See Ccirving
Connections Sec Pipe Joints and Seating 210, 239, 294, 295 , 296
Q. Castings for . . 2TO
Co1111 eel ions
Drain a nd Sewer 44 A, 44B , 52 , 53, Church 294, 295' 296
60, 6r, 62, 65 , 75, So, S6, 231, Q ua ntiti es 368 Sch ool 294, 295
Shop .. 239
232, 233 , 23S , 247 Quarr ies or Squares 45 , 47, 48, 51 , 63 ,
· Expansion J oints See Pipe Joints 67, 75, B7 , 232 Selenitic Cement See Cement
and Connect1011s Setts Kerbing See Kerbi11g
F lekker 23r Sewer Traps See Traps
Flue . . See Fl11e Li111:11gs R. Sha ft s 1!3
Gas . . rS1 Shedd ing and S heds 130, 132, l 33, r40
G lass .. . . 26BD S helves and Fitti ngs 86, 't',7 , BS, 95, 9B, 104
Hot Water 177 , 1S1 1 1B2, 302 Radiators See Heating, also Ventilation , &c. Shop Fit tings 90, 94B, 96, 95, 104
Fittings for 177 Railings . . See Gates and Railings ,, Fronts 98, 99, l l 3, l 14 , 26,f
Iron , . 177, r8o, 181, 182, 216 Rqin Trap~ See Tmps a1ul Gu.llics S hu tters . . r59, 260, 263, 264, 265
Isolt . . 23 L R \in Water Goods 136, 216 Revolving 159, 260, 263, 26+, 265
Korris 231 Rams See Pumps a11d P11111pi11g Macl11:11 ery Sieves 2 r6
Kr iso 231 Ranges . . See Kitchcncrs and Ranges Signs and S ign Boards . . 127 . 141 , 264
Kroyver t 23 l Reflectors . . S ee Daylir;ht ReflectrJ1's Silica te C lot h, Cot ton, or Sla:g ·w oo l
Naleth r ic 231 Registers . . See Fireplaces, Stuves, a.nd Gra.tes 72A, 72B, 72C, 73, 74, 75, 77,
Rain Water . . ee Rain W a.te1• Goods Reredoses .. 96, 100, 1060 , 110 7B , 7BB, 293
H.oysk 231 Restaura nt a nd Cafe Tables See T ables S ill Bars .. S ee TVater B"rs
Seated 233 Revolv ing S hu tters .. See Shutters Silver Leaf 136
Skall a 231 R idge Cresting . . SP.e Crestin{!s Si nks 44A, 44B 1 52 1 60, 61, 65, Bo, 86,
Skroy 231 S la te B6, B7, B8 89, ro4, 2IZ, 24 1, 246
Steam rS1 ,, Tiles See Tiles S ize 277
Syrek 231 Rivet s 215 Skyligh t Gearing . . S ee Gearing
T riknal .. 231 Road Sto ne . 60 Skylights . . 136, 22_7
Ventilating See Ventilation and Ventilators Roll ed lroll J oists See Gfrde1•s and foists Slag 61
Wyvern 231 Roller Lights 271, 272 Slag Wool See Sill:cate Cloth. Cotton, &c.
Zafi la 231 Roll ers . . 106A S late Masonr y B6, B7, B8, 94, 9S, I02A ,
Zinc . . 216 Roman Cements .. See Ce111e11/s l02D, 104, 107
Roots and R oofing 720, 76 1 B5, B7, 128, S lates 61, 80, B6 , B7 , BB, 95 , 104. 107, 26Bo
Pi tch 277 129, l3 r, 132, 133, 140, 141,
P las ter Bangor B6, 87, B8, 95, 10\o 107
6r, 77 , 7S , 7Sc, 79, So B2, i 46 1 r4 71 lBo, 192, 216, 340, 341 Carbon Blu" ro7
ro7 , 149, 151, 288, 293 Anderson' s 720 Carn arvon 86, 95, 104, ro7
Adaman t 61, 151 Asphaltes .. Sec Asphaltes
Carlisle D inorwic . . 86, B7 , 107
61 Felt . . See Felts Eu reka 87 , 107
Chromolit h 151 Glass . . . . See Gla z111g
F ibro us Festiniog 107
293 Iro n or Steel r iB , 129, 13 1, 132 1 Green 86, B7, 88 , 95, ro-1 , ro7
Jung's 61
Keene 's 133, 140, 141, 146, 147, 180, Grey . • B6, 10+
6r 192 , 216, 340, 341 Llangollcn rn7
Of Paris 79, 107
Sirapite V/il lesden Paper and Canvas 76 Oakeley B7
So Zinc 216 Palmerston B7
Plates, Iron 128 ~~s ~ Penrhy n 87 , 107
[; 26 INDEX TO CATALOGUE.

Slates (continued)- PAGE PAGE Tile; (continued) - PAGE


Portmadoc . . 86, 87, 88 , 95, 104, 107 Sunlight Prints . . 6r Ridge 42, 44, 44A, 44B, 4S· 46, 47,
Precelly Green 86 Sunlights See Ga> Engineering and Fittings 48, sr, S4· 58, sg, 60, 6r, 63,
Red . . SH Surveying Tnstruments . . 303 66, 68, 69, 7S. 87 , 232 , 238
Sedan or Permanent 86, 87 ,, Rods.. 303 Ridge Ventila.ting See Tiles, Ventilating
Welsh 80, 86, 87 , 88 , 95, 104 Szerelmey's Waterproof Liquid 280 Roman .. 47, 48
Westmoreland 86, 87 , 104, 107 Roofing 42 , 43, 44A, 440. 4s. 46,
Whitland Abbey ro7 47, 48 , s1, 54, S5. 58, sg. 6r,
63, 66, 67, 69, 7s, 87, 232 , 238
Slating 85, 87 , 95, 104, 288 Scone 60
Sleepers . . r r3 T erminal See Finials
S liding Doors See Doors T. Tesselatecl 232
Slop Sinks See Sin/ls Vent ilating 44, 67, 6g
Soap 277
Sound Proofing or Pugging 72A , 72B, Tiling 4g. 86, 87, 94, 104, i24, 288
Tables 104, 2ro, 295 .. and Slating Nails 87
72c. 73, 74 , 77, 78, 78s, 78c, rs1, lS2 ,. Restaurant or Cafe 210
Speaking Tubes . . 180, 300, 368 Timber .. So, l 13. IIS
Tablets .. g8, 100, 264 Tombs See Mon11me11ts
Spoke~ r13 Memorial See Memoria.1 Bra.ssss Tools 2IS
Springs and Spring Hinges See Door and Tablets
Cltecils, Springs, and Sp rin1< Hinges Tracings 368
Tallow 277 Traps and Gullies s2, 60, 6s, 75, 80,
Stable and Coach House Fittings (in- Tanks See Cisterns aml Tank>
cluding Stalls, Loose Boxes, 86, 212, 238, 23g, 240, 241 , 245
Taps See Valves and Coe/ls Bacldlow 23g
Mangers, &c.) 128, 148, 192, Tar 277
lg3, 20S 2I2, 216 Couzens' 23g
.. Paving 104 Disconnecting or Intercepting
Stained Glass . . See Glazing Tees, Iron and Steel r2g, 338, 340, 341
Staircase Encasements .. 26g 75 , 80, 23g, 240, 24s
Tee Squares 303 Grease 24s
Staircases, Steps and Landings 8g, go, Telephones 180, 224, 300
g2, g3 , g4, g4B, g5 , g6, g8, gg, Keith's 60
Terminals . . See Fin·ials Kenon 245
100,IOOB, I02B,I04, lOS,1060, Terra Cotta 3g, 40, 41, 42, 44A, 44B,
rog . IIO, II3, II4, 116, 122, Simpson's 6s
s1, 52, S3· s4, s8, sg, 62, 66, 232, 241 Waverley 60
128, 137, r4r, 144, r4s , 146, Tie Bolts and Rods r2g
147, I48, 2I2 , 2S6, 265 Tiled Lights 27 1 Travelling Cradle 304
Artificial Marble, Stone, or Con- Treads See Staircases, Seeps, &c.
Tiles 3g, 41, 42 , 43, 44 44A, .f4B, 4s, 46, Tree Guards
crete g2 g3, ro4, 10g, 122 47,48,48A , 48B,4g, SO,SOA,SOB, 138, 140, 143
Brass . . 256 Trench Covers 124
5oc, SOE, SOF, s1, 52, S3. 54, Tubes 18r, 216, See also Pipes
Circular or Spiral r28, 14S• 146, 147, 148 s5. s6, 57, s8. 5g, 60, 61, 63,
Fire Escape.. 145, r46 64, 6s, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 7S. Turkish Baths See Baths
Iron 128, 137, 141, I44, 14S· 146, 80, 86, 87 , go, g4 , g4A, g4B, Turnery . .
147, 148, 212 95, lOOB, 104, 107 1 IIO, II6B,
Turpentine
Lyte's Metallic V.'oven 26s 124, lg3, 232 , 238, 2680
Slate .. gs Bridgwater 86, 104
Stone or Marble 89,' go, g2, g4, Broseley 44. 4S· 48, 63, 86, 87, 107
g4B, g6, g8, g9, roo, IOO B, 102B,
ro5, ro6o, 110
Corrugattd
Embossed ..
48, 60 u.
48A,68
Wood II3, 114, II6 Enamelled or Glazed 48A, 48B,
Zinc . . 256 4g, 53, 6s Umbrella Stands See H a.t, Coat and
Stair Rods, Treads, and Nosings See Encaustic 48B, 4g, sos. 5oc, 63, 232 Umbnllci Stands
Staircases, Steps, &c. Etruria Hydraulic. . 66 Uriuals s2, 60, 86, 87, 88 , gs, g8,
Stallboard Lights .. 26g, 270, 271, 272 Finial . . See Finials lOOB, 104, 212, 246
Stallboards, or Stall Plates 264 Fire . . 52, 64 Slate 86, 87, 88, gs, g8, 104
Stalls See Sta.ble and Coach House Flooring and Paving 44A, 44s, 46,
Fittings, also Seating 47, so, 50s, 5oc , S3. 58, 60, 67,
Stancheons I06A, I 36, 150, 338 , 340, 341 IIO, II6B, 238
Stand Posts
Sta tuary
. . S ee Hydrants
lOOB, 103. ros. ItJ60 S ee
Flooring Sq nares or Q uarri es See
· Quan-ies or Sq ua.res
v.
also Carving and Sculpture Garden 42, 44 A, 44B, Sr, S4· 5S.
S team Engines . . . , See E11gi11es 60, 63, 70
,, Pac;: king . . 7S Hanging 48, 52,61 Valves and Cocks 177, 253
S teel B uildin~s See hon and Steel Buildfn{!s Hearth 48B, 4g, 50, SOB, 66, go Ball . . 253
,. Plates, Perforated a nd Goffered 216 Interlocking .. . . 46, 48 Boiler 2s3
Stencil Ink 264 Jronstone Adamant 66 High Pressu re 253
S tencils 264 Keyed Back .. 65 Low P ressure 253
Steps See Stai'lcases. Steps, &c . Kiln or Malting 44B, 48 Plumbers' 2s3
S tone and Stonework So, 8g, gr, g2 , Leighswoocl .. .. Sl, 87 Vanes 135. 141, 148 , 2g7, 2gg, 300
94. g6, g8 Lustre 232 Varnishes 72c, 80, 140 , 277, 278B, 27g
Ancaster 91 Majolica 49 I
Vases 47 , 5g, 60, g6, g8
Artificial See A rtijicial Stone Major's 48 Ven tilation and Ventilators 3, 131,
B'a th . . 80, g6 Marble .. 94B, IOOB, IIO, 124 158, 170, 17 1. 172, i73 , 174,
Kentish Rag g2 Mosaic 4g, so. S3. 232 175, 180, 182 , lg2, 20s , 212 , 3SS
Mansfield gr Mural S4, S7 Air F ilter 3SS
Mansfield-Wo:clhouse 9I Opal .. g4 " Alliance " .. 1 75

Pennant g2 Opalite 4g Archimedean 17r


Wel:ion 9r Oven .. .. 46, 48 Arnott's l7r , 20s
York . . .. So, og Paving See Tiles, Flooring Boyle's 3, 205, 355
Petrous sos.soc Comyn Chin g s 17r
Stoves . . See F ireplaces, Stoves, a.11d Grates
Poole's .. 47, 48 Cur rall's 20s
St rong Room Doors See Doors Drain a nd Sewer or Soil P ipe l7o
Strong Rooms 1S8, r5g, 161, 163 Quarries See Q11an ies or Sq11ares
Rain bar 46 ·•D ulce Do mum " •. 170
Snn Dials . . ro6o
INDEX TO CATALOGUE. 27
Ventilation & Ventilators (continued)- PAGE PAGE PAGE
Glass.. 172, 173 Wall and Ceilin g Coverings (contfouedJ- Weather Strips .. 266
Inlet . . 171. 175, 355 Wheels 253
Louvre 171, 172, 173 PATTERNS. Well Pumps for See P.11111ps a11d
Mica Silk Flap or Valve 171, 175 P11mpi11g Machinery
Norton's Column 131 Aylmer 2840 Wheelb1rrows .. 215
P lenum 180, r82 Belmont 284 0 White Lead 277
Radial 171 Berw;ck 2860 ,. Metal Leaf l 36
Sheringham's 171, 175 Christchurch 286B Wickets . . .. S ee Gates, Railings, &c.
Spherical 171 Evening Clouds 289 Willesden Canvas and Paper . • .. 76
Strong Room 158 Gairloch 286A Scrim 76
Sunlight See Gas E11gineering and God aiming 29r Win~hes 192
Fitti11fiS Haddon 286B Window Blinds •. See Blinds
Torpedo 212 Halifax 286B Fasteners See Sas!t Fasteners,
Venetian r72 Harlech 292 Gearing, &c.
Isleworth 291 Gearing or Openers See
Verandahs 137 , 14r, 146, 147, 148, 180, 2r2 Lion and Dove 286c G~aring, &c.
Vetropake . . 66 Maud
Vi neries . . 302 2860 Window Guards .. 264, 265
Merle 2840 Windows, Sashes, and ·Frames II 3,
Natal.. 2860 II5, 127, 132, 136, 159· 168,
Oranges and Lemons 2860 r89, r96, 2r9, 22I, 222 , 223 ,
w. P impernel ..
P rivate Designs
286B
286
227, 340, 34r
Iron and Steel 132, 159, r6~. r89,
Rose Bower . . 286A 196, 219, 2u, 222, 227, 340, 34r
Rose Bush .. 286c · Reversible 196, 2r9, 223
·w aggons . . II 3 Siddlesham .. Sliding 219
Wall and Ceiling Coverin gs 281, 282, 292
Slindon 292 Wood II3, n5, 219
283, 284, 284A. 284B, 284c, Stan more 290
2840, 285, 286, 286A, 286B, Victorian Wind Power 253
286A Wine Bins 128
286c, 2860, 287, 289, 290, 291, 292 Wellesley 2840
Anaglypta .. .. 281, 282 Wire 338
Whitchurch .. 290 Wire Work
Car ton Pierre See Cai•!oit Pierre Whitwood .. 134· 216
289 Wood Block F looring See Flooring and
Chintz .. 286A
Cordelova 283, 284 Wall Papers See Wall and Ceilinfi Coueri11gs Paving
Damask . • 286A ,, Ties 2r5 Wood Carving • • See Carving
Embossed or Relief 281, :.i82, 283, Warming . . . . See I-Icati11g Paving · See Flooring and Pavi1~g
284, 286A, 287, 289, 290, 291, 292 Washing Troughs and Tubs .. 52, 60 , Work • • See Joinery
Fibrous P laster See Plaster Wash Stands . . See Lavatories a11d Fittings Writing 264
Flock Paper 286A, 287 Waste Preventing Cisterns See Cisterns Wrought Iron Se" Metal Work
Frieze 28 r, 284, 287, 289, 290, 292 and Ta11lls
Hand Prin1ed 2840, 286, 286A, 287 Water Bars r96, 199, 223
J apanese Leather .. 289, 290, 29r, 292 Carts 216
Leather 287 Dressing . . 277
Leather Paper .. 286A Power
Machine Printed Paper 2840, 286, Proofi ng S ee Damp Proof
253
z.
286A, 2860, 287 Courses and M ateri«ls
Non-Arsenical Paper 286, 287 Supply and Storage 253, See
Relievo 28GA, 286B, 287 also I-I ot Water 51'pply Zinc 2r6
Silk Flock 28'7 Waste Preventers and Cisterns, Zinc Roofing Se& Roots and R oo finfi
Tynecastle 292 See Cisterns a11d Tanks Zinc Work 216
28

FIRMS SUPPLYING SOME Of THE LEJ\DING GOODS.

PAGE Blinds {co1tti1med)- PAGE Bricks (continncd)- P AGE


ARTIFICIAL STONE OR CONCRETE. FRANC1s, S. W., & C o ., L D. 264 KIN G BROS. 41
H ODKINSON & Co., Lo . •• 263 KING, J os . , & Co. 4r
A DAMANT Co., Lo. 151 H OLT, w. F. S . • • 260 MAD ELEY W ooD· Co . 63
DANIELS & Co . • • 92 KENSINGT ON WIND OW BLIND Co . MAJOR , H . J .• & C., Lo .
2 59 48
ELLIS, J., & SoNs, Lo . . . 80
FAMBRINI & DANIELS
SOPER, J .•• 260 PEARSON, E. J. & J.. L D. 64
93 T HORNBOROUGH & SON .• 265 POOLE B ROS. •• ••
HoDKIN & J ONES •• rag 75
THORNBOROUG H, F. M., & So N 265 RICHES , G. 61
H UTCHI NSON BROS. 61
WJT.LIAMS, G . A., & SON 26 1, 262 SOMERSET T RAD ING Co., LD . ..
LOCKWOOD, HAMOR 72 47
T ur.KER , G., & SoN 51
PHILLIPS , A . J ., & Co ••. 104 vVALKER & CRAws HAw, LD. 238
WARD, B., & Co. , LD. • . 122 BOILERS. WHEATLY & Co. . .69, 70
Wrn Tw i c K CoLL IERY Co., LD. 40
ASPHALTE . A TTWOOD , J. •• 177 vVOOD, JA S.
FLETCHER, I{ussELL & Co . , Lo. 210 92
W ooLLrscROFT , G ., & SoN , LD. 66
FALDO, T... 84 HALL (MATTHEw), & Co. 247 W ORTL EY F 11rn CLAY Co. 65
F REN CH A SPHALT E Co ... 84 HARTLEY & Su cmrn , LD, 178
INTERNATIONAL ASPHALTE Co. 84 H AY WARD BROS. & ECKSTEIN, LD. 175
LAWFORD & Co . . • 85 MESSENGER & Co., L D. 302 BRIDGES .
LIMMER ASPHALTE PAVING Co ' Lo • • 84 vVARNER, T.• & SoNs, LD. 253
\V ONTNER:S MI T H (J.), GRAY & Co. 179 B ELL , P., & SON 1 28
LOCKWOOD, H AMOR 72
DREW-BEAR , PERKS & Co.
PHILLIPS, A. J., & Co. • • ro4 340
HILL & SMlT H • • l4r
P 1L1<1NGTON & Co. 85 BOLTS AND BARS .
WE STM INSTER PATENT FLOORING Co. 124 MORTON, F. , & Co. , LD. 1 30
ST. PANCR AS lI<ON W ORK Co., L o. 146, 147
ADAMS, R . 196 , 223
BATHS AND BATH FITTINGS. CARTLAND, J., & SON, LD. 206
GERISH, S ., & Co . 198 CARVING AND SCULPTURE.
BOUNDS, M. B., & SON •• 98
CLIFF, J., & S ONS 52 BENNET f , J OIIN, & Co • .
BRICKS 94
DICKSON' R A. • • 98 J:lOWER & FLOREN CE 97
EMLEY & SONS , Lo. 99 NOAKES, E.G. • • 114
ADAMANTINE CLINKER W ORKS 38
H AL L (MATTH EW) & Co. 247 ODLING (ANSELM) & SON S, LD. IOOB
ALDRIDGE COLLIERY Co. , Lo . 5r
NORTH WALES SLATE Co . 86 PATTESON . J. & H .
BLANCHAR0 M. H., & Co. 42 110
ROBERTS , ADLARD & Co. 87 1
BRAY , H ., & · Co. .. .. 38 WHITEHEAD, J., & SONS , LD. I06D
SHANKS & Co., Ln. 246 Wo o o CARV I NG C.J ., Ln. 126
J:lROAD & Co., LD. 24 r
TwYFORDS, LD . . . 249
BROADBENT & Co. 86
WILKINSON & LENG, L D. ro4
BROWN , R., & SON 60 CASEMENT FASTENINGS AND STAYS
W oNTNER-SM1TH (J.), GRAY & Co . 179
C LI FF , J. , & SoNs .. .• ~. 52
vVR1G1-1T, G., & Co. 212
COALVILLE, SANDFORD & ALSTON, LD. 53
ADAMS, R. 196, 223
CoLL !l,R , S . & E. · · 54., 57 Boo BB YER, J . H., & SoNs 205
BELLS. C0LLIJ!R, W. I-I. 60
CARTLAND , J ., & SoN, LD 207
COOPER, J. K<., & SONS .. •• . .58, 59
LEGGOTT, W. & R., LD.
BRYDEN, w.,
& SON 224 EAST KE NT BRICK, SAND & GRl\VEL
LOACH & CLARKE
227
CARR, c..LD. 256 C'.l, Lo. 60
228
EMLEY & SONS, Lo. 1 80 EDWARDS, j C. . • •• 232
EVERED & Co., LD. 208 ELus, PARTRlDGE & C o . 39 CASEMENTS AND FRAMES.
FURSE , W . J. 300 EusTANCE & CoLLEY . . 01
w ARN.ER, J ., & SONS , LD. .. 253 FREEMAN & FREEMAN . . 39 ADA~1s, R . 223
v VoNTNER-SMITH (J.J, GRAY & Co. 179 GIBBS & CANNING, LD... 62 CooPER, H. W., & Co. , Lo. 172
GRIFFITHS , W. • • 49 GARDINER, SONS & Co., L o. 220
HALL & BoARDMAN, Lo. 231'.l LE GGOTT , W. & R., Lo. 227
BLINDS.
HART, IllLL BR ICK & T1 LE Co . 44A, 44 B LU CAS, J.E. 1 59 , 189, 2 19
APPLEBEE BROS. 257 HAWKINS & SON.. So Moo1m, J . , & SoNs 173
BmMINGHAM BLIND Co. 258 HEATHER BRICK & TERR A COTTA Co. 40 NoRTHWuOD, S., & SON 136
BRYDEN, W ., & SoN 224 HOOPER & Co. 37 WILLIAMS BROS. & Co. 222, 273
CASTON, G. , & Co. 134 HUTCHINSON BROS. 6r W1TCHELL & Co. 127
IND EX TO CATALOG U E. 29

P .\GE Cisterns and Tanks (co11tin.ued) - PAGr.: PAGE


Damp Proof Courses, &c. (co11li11ued )-
CASTINGS B ROWN, R. , & So N 60
C R,\ PPER. T ., & Co. 2 44, 245 H ARTS HILL BR ICK & T ILE Co . 44A, 44B
ASTON , G ., & SON •. I2g, l.3 0 86
DA VIES B ROS . KING, J. A . , & Co. 152
COALB ROOKDALE Co., L o. 137 , 14 4
DI CKSO N, R . A ... 98 LOCKWOOD, HAMO R 72
FLETCHER , Ru , SEL L & Co., L D. 2 IO
r82
DRE W-B E AR, P E RKS, & C o . 340 McNEI L, F ., & Co. 78 D
} ONES & ATTWOOD H ALL ( MATTHEW) & Co. 247 PILK TNGTON & Co . 85
M ORTO N, F. , & C o., LD. 130
M ATHE WS, E. , & C o. • • 87 P OOL E B ROS . 75
NORTHWOOD, S . , & SoN •• 136
M o RTON , F., & Co ., Ln. 130 ROBERTS, ADLARD & Co . 87
ST . PANC RAS IRON W oR K Co., L D. 146 , 147 86
NO RTH W ALH S SLAT E Co . SILICATE PA TNT Co ., Lo. 280A, 280B
P RITCH ARD & C o . 88 SzE ll ELMEY , N. C ., & Co . 280
CEMENTS. ROBERTS , ADLA RD & Co. 87. W ILLESDEN PAPE R & CANVAS W ORKS ,
SHA NKS & Co , L o. 2 46 Lo . 76
A D A~1 ANT Co., Lo. lSI
W I LKIN SO N & L ENG , L o . 104 W RIG HT, S ., & Co . :.!93
BROAD & Co. , L D. 241
c.wFE RATA & Co. 79
ELLIS, T., & S oNS, L D .. • So CLOSETS. DAYLIGHT REFLECTORS .
FIELD & A L LAN . • ·· 104
x. Water Closets-
G REAVES, B ULL & L AK IN, L D. Sr ST. P ANCRAS IRo N Wo RK Co ., Lo. 271
H AWKIN S & S )N •• So BowEs- S coT T & W ESTERN , LD . 2 42
HOOPE R & Co . 37 BROWN, R ., & SON 60 DESKS .
HUTC HI NSON f!ROS . 61 C LI FF , J ..
& SONS 52
I NGRAM & CLARKE 83 CouzENS , G ., & Co. 239 A DDISON, H., & Co., Lo .
LONDO N Asl3E STo5 C o . . 75 CRAPPE R, T ., & C o . 24 4 F I SHER , SoN, & W EAVE R
MAJOR, H . J. & C ., Lo • . • 48 H ALL (M ATT HEW} & C o. 2 47
NELSON , C ., & Co ., S r . 82 HA!lT SHTLL BRICK & TI LE Co. 44A, 44B
R UGBY PORTLAND C E MENT Co. 83 S HA NKS & C o . , Lo . 246 DOOR AND LOCK FURNITURE.
T WYFOR DS, L D .• • 2 4 8, 2 50 BooBBYER , J. H., & SoNs 204
CHIMNEY PIECES AND MANTELS. W ARNEil, J.,
& S ONS , L o. 253 C ARTL AN D, J.,
& S oN, Lo. 207
WI LKIN SON & LENG, LD . ro4 COLLEDGE & BR rnGEN . . 203
ART PAVEMENTS & D ECO RATIO NS, Ln, WR 1GHT, GEo., & C o . .. 2 12
EVER ED & Co ., L D. 208
(formerly De Grelle, H oudret & G TB BON S, J . 202
Co .) .• 2. Dry Closets- L EGGOTT , W. & R ., L D. 227
BETTWS -Y-COED SLATE Q UARRY C o. ,
LD . .•
P ARKER, J. 2 54 LOAC H & C L ARKE
S ouTHWELL , F. C ., & Co .
22 S
20!
95
CART ER & Co. 500
COA L BROOKDALE Co ., Lo . r37 COLUMNS.
D ICKSON, R A . • • •• 98 DOOR CHECKS, SPRINGS, AND SPRING
EMLEY & SONS, L D. A RT P AVEME NTS & D ECO RATIONS, LD.
99
(formerly D e Grelle, H oudret & HINGES .
FLETCHER, RUSSELL & Co ' Ln . 2 !0
GOODAL L, LAMB & H EI GH WAY, LD. 114 C o .) . . 94B ADA MS ,J. . & SQN 202
H INC HLIFF , G ., & S ON 89 A STON, G., & SoN 129, 150 A DAMS , R . 196, 223
I RISH MARBLE Co . 100 B o uN DS , NI. B., & S oN . . 98 BALDWIN , S ON & Co ., LD. 1 97
M ATHEWS, E ., & Co. S7 B ROWN, A . A. 98 B ooBBYEll , .J .
H. , & SoNs 204 , 205
PATTE SON , J . & H . !IO C oALBROOKDAL E C o ., Lo. 1 37 CA RTL AND , f., & SON, LD. 206
R OBERTS, ADLARD & Co . 87 C RUICKSHA NK , R. D ., & Co. 98 C OLLE DGE & BRIDGEN . . 203
SMJTH (J ONAS ) & Co. . • 11 5 D ANIELS & Co. . • 92 EVERED & Co L o 20~
T EMPL E , ROGERS & C o . 107 DREW -BEAR , P ERKS & Co. 3 40 , 3 4 1 GERI SH ,s., & °Co . . 193
WI LKIN S, H. W., & SONS go E MLEY & SoNs , Lo . 99 L EGGOTT , W. & R. , LD . . 22 7
vV ILKrnsoN & L ENG , L o . rn 1. G ARDEN & Co. 99 S MIT H, A., & STEVEN S .• 185 , 200
WRI GHT, GEORGE , & C o . 2 12 , 2 13 HI LL & S MITH . • 14 I S MIT H & TURNE\{ 199
I RISH MA RBLE C o. 100 SouTH WELL, F. C., & Co . 2o r
MA CDONALD , A., & Co , Lo. rno
CHIMNEY POTS, CAPS, OR COWLS. M AIN, A. & J.,
& C o., L o . 132 , 133
M ATTISON & Co. . . 2 I6 DOORS AND FRAMES.
BROADBE NT & Co. 86
MORTON , F ., & C o , ·LD . 130
BROWN, R ' & SON 60 AS HWORTH, J ., & Co . I13
NO RTHWOOD, S.' & SO N 13 6
COLLIE R, S. & E. . . 5 4, 57 ODLING (ANSELM) & So N, Lo . rooB B a: L L, P. , & SONS 12 8
COOPER, J . K ., & SoNS . • . . 58, 59 PATTESON , J. & H. II O DowsoN , TAY LOR & Co., L o . 1 53
DOWNES, J . J. 170 ST. PA NC RAS IRoN W ORK Co., L o. 147 D RE W-BEA R, PER KS & Co . 341
EUSTANCE & COLLEY .. 6r
62
WHITEHEAD, J.,
& Sois s, L o. . . ro 6A, 1060 EAGLE STEAM JOINER Y W ORKS ( W. G.
GIB BS & CANNIN G , L D.•• W AKEHAM) . • I13
H ALL & BOARDMAN, L o. 238 FRAN CIS, S . W . , & Co., LD . . . 264
H ARTS HILL BRICK & T ILE Co . 4 4A , 4 4B CRANES. GARDINE R, SoNs & Co., Lo. 154, 155 ,
HAWKINS & S ON .• 80 156, 157
H OWORTH , J ., & Co. HITCHEN , J. r 92
r7 r HAYWARD BROS.·& E CKSTEIN , L o . . . 168
H UTC HIN SON BRO S. 6r L UC AS , J. E. 1 89, 2 19
HoBas, HART & Co., L o . 158
POOLE BROS. SMlTH , A. , & ST E VE NS .• 185
75 W AYGOOD , R., & C o ., L o. 190 L UCAS , J .E. 159, 189, 2r9
SOMERSET TRADI NG Co. , L o . •• 47 M AIN , A . & J., & Co. , L o . 132
W ALKER & CRAWSH AW, LD . Wo'ITNER- S MIT H (J. ), GRA Y & Co. 179
23 8 O wEN , J o SEPH, & SONS, Lo. rr3
PR ICE , GEO. , LD . 160
CISTERNS AND TANKS . DA.MP PROOF COURSES & MATERIALS. R AT NE R SAFE Co., Lo . . . 16r
RO BERTS, ADLAllD & Co. 87
(See a.lso Asphalte.)
A TTWOOD, J. .. .. 177 SKID MORE , T., & S ON • . 159
BETTws-Y -c oEo SLATE QUARRY C o ., ANDERSON, D. , & SON , LD . 72s, 72c SM ITH (Jo NA, ) & Co. u 5
Lo. . . .. .• •• . 95 ENG ERT & ROLFE, L D.. . . 75 ST . I ANCRAS IRON WOR K C o ., LD. 146, 162
BLACKWALL:GALVANIZED IRON Co., L o . r 3r FALDO, T . 84 TAN N, J. . . 163
BOWES·SCOTT & WESTERN, L o. 2 42 , 2 4 3 GRANITIC PAINT Co . 279 THO RNBOROUGH & SON . . 265

.
30 INDEX TO CATALOGUE.

Doors & Frames (continued)-- PAGE PAGE Gates, Railings, &c . (conti11ued )- PAGE

T URPIN'S PARQUET FLOOR JOIN ERY & FIREPROOF FLOORS. CARR, c .. LD. 256
Woon CARVING Co. I2I CASTON, G., & Co. I34
WAYGOOD , R.,&Co.,LD. I90 ADAMANT Co., LD. ISI COALBROOKDALE Co. ' Lo . I37
WHITFIELD, F., & Co. 164, I65, 166, I67 ASTON, G., & SON 129, ISO EMLEY & Som,, Lo. 180
DREW-BEAR, PERKS & Co. 34I FRANCIS, S. W., & Co., Lo. 264
HODKIN & JONES 109 GARDIN&R, SONS & Co., Lo. I3S , I 57
ELECTRIC LIGHTING AND FITTINGS. KING, J. A., & Co. IS2 HAYWARD & SoN s , Lo ... l 38, 139
LOCKWOOD. H AMOR 72 HILL& SMITH I40, r41
MAIN, A. & J .. & Co., Ln. I32 HITCHEN, J. I92
BRYDEN , W . , & SON 224
FURSE, W. J. 300
PHILLIPS, A. J.,& Co . . . 104 MAIN, A. & ] .. & Co., Lo. I 42 , I43
WARD, B , & Co., Ln .•• I22 MORTON, F., & Co .. Lo. IJO
WoNTNER-SMITH (J.), GRAY & Co. I79
~ORTH'i/OOD, S., & SON 136
FIREPROOF PARTITIONS. THORNBOROUGH & SO>i •. 26s
ENGINES. WITCHELL & Co. 127
K1N G, J. A., & Co. IS2 WRI GHT, G., & Co. 212
WARNER, J., & SoNs, Ln. 2s3
WAYGOOD, R, & Co., Ln. I90 FLOORING .IND PAYING. GEA.RING .IND FITTINGS FOR
ACME Wooo FLOORING Co. , Lo. FANLIGHTS, SKYLIGHTS, AND CASE-
FAIENCE. ADAMANTINE CLINKER WORKS
ART PAVEMENTS & DE CORATIONS, Lo.
MENTS.
(formerly De Grelle, Houdret , & (See also Casemrnt Fastenings.)
CARTER & Co . SOA, SOB, SOD Co) . . 94A, rr6A, II6B
CLIFF , Jos., & SoN s2 BARNS, W ., & SON 2I6 ADAMS, R. I96, 223
FIELD & ALLAN .. 104 BENNETT, JOHN, & Co... 94 ATTW00D, J. 177
WOOLLISCROFT, G., & SoN, LD. 66 BETTws-Y-coEo SLATE QUARRY Co., BooBBYER, ]. H ., & 5 .JN;.; 204
Lo . .. CARTLAND, J., & SoN, Lo. 207, 225
95 EvERED & Co., Lo. 208
BOUNDS, M. B.' & SON .. 98
FELT. DEAN, R., & SONS I2S
GIBBONS, J. 202
JONE S & ATTWOOD •. 182
DICKSON, R. A . •• 98
ANDERSON, D., & S ON, LD. 72c LEGGOTT, W. & R . , Lo. 226, 227
DUFFY, W . I 18, II9
ENGERT & ROLFE, LD, .. LOACH & CLARKE 228
7S EMLEY & SoNs, Lo. 99
MCNEILL, F., & Co. SMITH & TURNER I99
78A, 78c FALDO, T . 84
PILKINGTON & Co. 8s FIELD & ALLAN •• 104
WRIGHT, S., & Co. 293 GEARY, WALKER & Co .•• I08, I20 GIRDERS & JOISTS.
GIBBARD, J . R. . . II7
GOODALL, LAMB, & HEIGHWAY, LD .. , II4 AsToN, G ., & SoN 129, ISO
FINIALS. HAYWARD BROS. & ECKSTEIN, LD . I92 BLACKWALL GAL VANIZED IRON Co .,
HODKI N & JONES 109 Lo . . • 13!
ALDRIDGE COLLIERY Co., LD ... SI IRISH MARBLE Co. IOO DORMAN, LONG, & Co . , Lo. 338, 339
ANDERSON, R., & Co. 299 LAWFORD & Co .•• 85 DREW-BEAR, PERKS & Co. 340, 341
COAL BROOKDALE Co., LD. 44 LEE, A., & BROS, LD. l02A, l02D HILL & SMITH . . I41
COLLIER , s. & E. . ·S4. s6 MOORE, M. & R. 96 MAIN . A. & f., & Co., Lo • I32
COOPER , J. K., & SONS .. • • s8, S9 PATTESON, J. & H . MoRTON, F., & Co., Ln . 130
DANIELS & Co .•. 92 PHILLIPS, A. J., & Co.
DIXON & CORBITT & R. S. NEWALL & ROBERTS, ADLARD & Co .
Co., Ln . 302 ST. PANCRAS IRON WoRK Co., Ln . GLAZING .IND GLASS.
DOUGHTY, J., & SON 4S TURPIN'S PARQUET FLOOR, JOI NERY &
EDWARDS, J . C . •. 232 Woon CARVING Co. I2I BRITISH C HALLEN GE GLAZING Co.,Lo.
FURSE, W . J . WALTON, GooDDY & CRIPPS, Ln 10s. 106 BRITISH LU XFER PRISM SYND ICATE ,LD .
300
HARTSHILL BR1cK & TILE Co. WARD, B., & Co., Ln . • • I22, I23 Dr cKSON, R. A, ..
44A, 44B
HILL & SMITH •. I4I WEST GLOUCESTER PENNANT STONE FIELD & ALLAN ..
LEWIS, J . . • Co. 92 FRAN CIS, S. W., & Co., Lo.
297
MADELEY Woon Co. WESTMINSTER PATENT FLOORING Co. I24 GROVER & Co. , Lo.
63
MAJOR, H.J. & c ., LD. WHEATLY & Co .•. HELLIWELL & Co., Lo.
48 70
PooLE BROS. WHITEH EA D, J., & SuNS, LD ... l06A HEYWOOD, W. H., & Co.
7S
WILKINS, H. W., & So:.1 s LUXFER PRISM SYNDICATE, Lo. (TH E
PRESTAGE & Co .•• 48 90
RICHES, G. 6I Woon, ] As. BRITISH)
92
ROBERTS, ADLARD & Co, MELLOWES & Co.
87
PILKINGTON BROS., Lo. 268A, 268B,
SOMERSET TRADING Co., LD ... ..46, 47 FURNITURE. 268c, 2680,
WHEATLY & Co ... 68
WILLIAMS BROS . & Co. 222, 273
WOOLLISCROFT, G., & SON, Lo . 66 A DDISON , H , & Co., Lo. 294,29s
\ \'ooLL ISCROF r , G., & SoN, Lo. 66
WRIGHT, GEo., & Co. . . 148 FISHE1(, SON , & WEAVER 296

GAS ENGINEERING AND FITTINGS . GRANITE AND GRANITE WORK.


FIREPLACES, STOYES, AND GRATES.
CoMYN, CHING & Co . 171 ART PAVEMENTS & DE CORATI01'S, LD.
CLARK, S., & Co . I76 H1LL & SMITH • . 141 (formerly De G relle, Houdret &
COALBROOKDALE Co., LD. I37 LLOYD & LLOYD, LD . 181 Co.) • • 94A, II6B
FIELD & ALLAN •• 104 WINN, C .. & Co. 2s2 BENNETT, Joirn , & Co . . 94
FLETCHER, RUSSELL & Co., LD. 2IO WoNTNER·SMITH (J.), GRAY & Co. 179 BOWER & FLORENCE 97
NORTHWOOD, S., & SONS I36 BROWN' A. A. 98
PoRTWAY, C., & SoN CRUI CKSHANK, R. D., & Co. 98
I77 GATES, RAILINGS AND FENCING.
TEALR FIRE PLACE Co. , , 2II EMLEY &. SONS, .!:..D. 99
TEMPLE, ROGERS & Co. 107 ASHWORTH. J. , & Co. II3 GARDEN & Co... 99
WILKINS, H. W., & SONS 90 BELL, P., & SON •• 128 LEE, A .. & BROS.' LD. 102, l02A, l02D, 103
WRIGHT, GEo., & Co . •• 2I2, 2I 3 BROOKER, J. T. • • I26A, I26B MACDONALD, A., & Co. , LD. • • IOO
INDEX TO CA TALOG.UE. 31

PAGE J o inery (co11ti1111ed)- · PAGE PAGE

Granite & Gr>anite Work (contmued)- NOAKES , E . G . • • II4 LIME


OWEN, TosEPH, & S ONS, Lo . 113
McDoNALD, C. • • 101 BROAD & Co., Lo. 241
PARTRIDGE BROS. 1 14
PATTESON, J. & H. IIO ELLIS, J., & SoNs, Lo .•• So
SM1TH (JONAS) & Co. . • 115
PETHJCK BROS. . • Ioo GREAVES, BULL & LAKIN , Lo. 81
TURPIN'S PARQUET, FLOOR, JOINERY
w ALTON , GooDDY & CRIPPS, LD. 105, 106 AND Wooo CARVING Co . 12!
HAWK I NS & SON •• So
WHITEHEAD, J .. & SONS , LD . . • l06A, 106B HUTCHINSON BROS. 6I
Wooo CARVING Co., Lu. 126
WRIGHT, J., & SONS .. .• 104 INGRAM & CLARKE 83
WoRSLEY, R. E., & Co. rr6
NELSON, c .. & Co ., Lo. 82
PARRY , H., & SONS, Lo. Bo
HEATING. KITCRENERS, RANGES, AND COOKING w ...
S I LLS, 91

ATTWOOD, J. APPARATUS.
CLARK, S. , & Co. LOCKS.
COALBROOK DALE Co., Lo. 137
CoMYN CHING & Co.
FIELD & ALLAN • • 104 BooBBYER, J. H., & SoNs 204
E MLEY & S ONS , Lo .
FLETCHER , RussELL & Co., Lo. 210 COLLEDGE & BRIDGEN •. 203
GRUNDY, J. •• ..
TEMPLE, ROGERS & Co. •• 107 GIBBONS, J. •. •• 202
HALL (MATTHEW) & Co .
WoNTNER-SMITH (J.l. GRAY & Co. 179 HOBBS , HART & Co., Lu. 209
HARTLEY & SUGDEN, Lo.
WRIGHT, GEORGE, & Co. 212, 214 LEGGOTT, W . & R., Lo. 227
HAYWARD BROS. & ECKSTEIN, LD.
HowoRTH, J., & Co . SHAW & CARTER •• 215
JONES & ATTWOOD LAMPS. SouTHWELL, F. C., & Co. 201
LLOYD & LLOYD, LD.
MESSENGER & Co . , Lo
GARDINER , SONS & Co., Lu. 135
MARBLE A.ND MARBLE WORK.
PoRTWAY, C ., & SoN
WONTNER- SMITH (J .), GRAY & Co. LAVATORIES AND FITTINGS. ART PAVEMENTS & DECORATIONS, LD.
(formerly De Grelle, Houdret &
ART PAVEMENTS & DECORATIONS, Lo. Co. ) • • 94A, 9411 , rx6B
HINGES. (lormerly De Grelle , Houdret & BENNETT , JOHN, & Co. . . 94
(See also Door Checks, Springs, and Spring Co.) .• BouNos, M. B., & SoN.. 98
BETTWS- Y-COED SLATE QUARRY Co., EMLEY & SONS, LD. 99
Hinges.) Lo . • • 95 FIELD & ALLAN • • 104
ADAMS, R 223 BOUNDS, M. B. . & SON •• 98 INGRAM & CLARKE 83
BALDWIN, SoN & Co., Lu. 197 BOWES-SCOTT & WESTERN, Lo. 243 IRISH MARBLE Co. 100
BooBBYER, J . H . , & S o Ns 205 BROWN, R., & SoN 60 LEE , A., & BROS., LD. !02, I02A,
CARTLAN D; J, & SON, LD 206 CLIFF , J os ., & S oNs 52 I02B 1 I0 2C, 1020
GE RISH , S .. & Co. 198 DICKSON, R. A . . • 98 MOORE, M. & R... .. .. 96
HILL & SMITH .. 141 FLETCHER, RussELL & Co. , Lu . 210 0DLING (ANSELM) & SON S, LD. IOOA, IOOB
SHAW & CARTER .. 215 HALL (MATTHEW) & Co . 247 PATTESON, J & H. .. 110
MATHEWS, E . , & Co. . • 87 TEMPLE, ROGERS & Co. 107
MOO RE , M. & R. . . 96 WALTON, GooDDY & CRIPPS, LD. 105, 106
HORTICULTURAL BUILDINGS. NORTH WALES SLATE Co . 86 WHITEHEAD, J.,
& SONS, LD . .• ro6 c, 106D
0DLING (ANSELM) & SONS, LD. lOOB WILKINS, H. W. , & SONS
MESSENGER & Co., Lo . . • 302 90
ROBERTS, ADLARD & Co. 87 WILKINSON & LENG, LD. 104
SHANKS & Co., Lu . 246
HOT WATER SUPPLY AND HEATERS. TwYFORDS, Lo. • • 249 , 251

WoNTNER-SMrTH (J.) , GRAY & Co. •• 179


WARN ER, L & SONS, LD. 253 METAL WORK.
WILKINS, H. w., & SONS 90
WILKINSON & LENG , LD. ADAMS, R. 196
104
WINN, C., & Co. BELL, P.' & SON 128
INSPECTION, OR MANHOLE COVERS 252
CASTON, G., & Co . 134
WRIGHT, GEo., & Co . . . 212
BooBBYER, J. H. , & SoNs CoALBROOKDALE Co . , Lo . 137
204
BROAD & Co. , Lu. CoMYN, CHING & Co. 171
240 LIFTS, ELEVATORS AND HOISTS.
CRAPPER , T., & Co. EM LEY & SoNs, Lu, 180
245
HALL (M ATT HEW) & Co. BRYDEN, J. , & SONS GARDINER, SoNs & Co . , Lo. 135, 220, 221
247 192
MATTISON & Co. 216 BRYDEN, W., & SON HAYWARD BROS. & ECKSTEIN LD . 168
224
NORT HWOOD, S., & SON 136 GARDINER, SoNs & Co. , L o. 186, 187
HILL & SMITH . . 14 [
SHAW & CARTER HI TCHEN , J . LOACH & CLARKE 228
215 192
WRIGHT, GEo., & Co .•• 212 HODKINSON & Co . , LD ..• 263
MA1N, A. & J.,
& Co., Lu. 142
HOLT, W. F. S ... 260 NORTHWOOD, S ., & SON I36
LUCAS, J.E. ST. PANCRAS l RON WORK Co., Lo. ;46, 147
159, 188 , 189, 219
IRON AND STEEL BUILDINGS. SHAW & CARTER .• WITCHELL & Co. I27
215
SMITH, A . , & STEVEN S •• 185
BLACKWALL GA L VANIZED IRON C o.,
WAYGOOD, R. , & Co., Lo. 190, 191 MOSAICS .
L D. 1 31
WONTNER-SMITH (J.), GRAY & Co. 179
BLAKELEY, E . F., & Co. u8
ART PAVEMENTS & DECORATIONS, LD .
MAIN, A. & J., & Co., Lu. 132, 133
LIGHTNING CONDUCTORS. (formerly De Grelle, Houdret &
MORTON, F., & Co. , Lu . 130
Co . ) • • •. 48B , 94A, 94B , II6B
ANDERSON, R., & Co. • . 299 BENNETT, J oHN, & Co... 94
JOINERY. BRYDEN, W., & S oN 224 CARTER & Co. 5oa
CuTTING, R C., & Co... .• •• 300 EMLEY & SoNs, Lo. 99
DEAN, R., & SoNs 125 DIXON & CORBITT, & R. S. NEWALL & FIELD & ALLAN • • 104
EAGLE STEAM JOINERY WORKS (W . G. Co., Lu. 302 GE ARY, W AL KER & Co . 108 , 120
WAKEHA M) •• ,. II3 FURSE, W. J. •. 300 HODKIN & JONES r o9
FISHER , SON, & WEAVER 296 GRAY , J. W ., & Co. 301 PATTESON, J.
& H . !IO
GIRLING , R. ., .. .. n3 GRAY, J. W., & SON •• 298 PHILLIPS , A.}. , & Co. • • •• •• Io4
GooDALL, LAMB & HEIGHWAY, LD. 114 HALL (M ATTHEW ) & Co. 247 TURPIN ' S PARQUET F L OOR , JO IN ERY &
LOCKHART, A. .. •• •. II4 LEWIS, J ... 297 W o oD CARVING Co. 121
32. . INDEX TO CATALOGUE.

Mosaics (contin11ed)- PAGE Pl aste'r (co11tin11ed)- - PAGE PAGE


WARD, B., & Co ., Lo. . . rn M cNE1LL, F, & Co. SLATES.
'¥ESTMIN STER PATENT FLOORING Co. r24 NELSON, C., & Co. , LD. BETTws-v-coED SLATE QuARRY Co.,
vVooLu sc RoFT, G., & SoN. Lo. 65 T EMPLE, ROGERS & Co.
L D. . . 95
WRIGHT, S., & Co. BROADBENT & Co. 86
PAINTS . DAV IES B ROS. 86
PUMPS AND PUMPING MACHINERY. FIELD & ALLAN . . ro4
CAR. ON, W., & SON S 278A, 278B HAWKfN S & SoN. . 80
CHANCET.L0R, C., & Co. 278 HALL (MATTHEW) & Co. HUTCHINSON BRO S. 6r
247
GRAN I ri c PAlN T Co. 2z9 SM tTrr, A .. & STEVENS •. r 85 MATHEWS, :E .. & Co. 87
1-IALL, E. J. , & Co . 277 WARNER, J .• & $()NS, LD. 253 NoRTH WALES SLATE Co. 86
SILICATE PAINT Co., LD. 2 8 0A, 280B WAYGOOD, R., & Co., L D. 190 0A t<ELEY SLATE QuARRrns Co., LD.. . 87
SzEJ.m LMEY , N . C., & Co. 280 PILKfNGTON EROS., LD. 268D·
PoRTMADOC SLATE Co. .. 88
PARTITIONS OR DIVISIONS. ROOFS AND ROOJi'ING. PRITCHARD & C o. 88
(See a.lso Fireproof Partitions.) ANDERSON, D., & SoN, Ln. 72D RoBmns, ADI.ARD & Co. 87
ASTON, G ., & SON r29 T:EMPLE, ROGERS & Co. ro7
FISHl!R, SON, & W EAVER 296 TUXFORD, J. G. • .
HODKINSON & Co., L o . 263
BARNS, w .. & SON : 216 •• 88
BELL, P ., & SoN.. r28 '¥ILKIN SON & LENG, Ln. ro4.
KING, J. A., & Co . r52
BLACKWALL GALVAN I ZED ]RON Co., LD . r 3r
THORNBOROUGH & SON. . 265
BLAKELEY , E. F ., & Co . r28 SLATING .
THORNBOROUGH , F . M., & SON 265
DREW-BEAR, PERKS, & Co. 340, 34r
EMLEY & SONS, Lo . 180
PAVEMENT OR FLOOR LIGHTS. B1nnvs-Y-COED SLATE QuARRY Co. ,
HILL & SMITH • • J4.0, I4I
LD . •• 95
BENNETT, JOHN, & Co . . • HITCHEN , J . 192
94- B ROADBENT & Co. 86
BRlTISrr LuxFER PRISM SYNDICATE, MAIN, A . & ]., & Cu ., Ln. r32 , 133 J oI-TNSON , S., & SoN 288
Lo. P1u:1NGTON & Co. 85
MATHEWS, E., & Co. 87
HAYWARD BROS. & ECKSTEIN, LD. . . RoB tmTs, ADLARD & Co. 87 ROBERTS, ADLARD & Co. 87
LuxFER PRISM SYNDICATE, Lo. (THE ST. PANCRAS IRON WoRK Co. , Lo . r46, r47 WILKINSON & LENG, Lo. ro4
BRI T ISH ) 269 Wr LLESDEN PAPER & CANVAS \¥oRK S,
NORTH WOOD, S., & SON r36 LD . •• 76
ST. P,1NCRAS IRON WORK Co, LD. 27r
STABLE AND COACH HOUSE FITTINGS.
vV1uG11T, G, & · Co . 2r2, 272 SAFES.
BLAKELEY, E . F., & Co. r 28
I-IoBBS , HART & Co., Lo. 158 BooBBYER, J. H., & SoNs .. 205
PIPE JOINTS AND CONNECTIONS. HAYWARD B ROS. & ECKSTEIN, Lu.
PR1cr:: , GEORGE, Lo. r6o 192
ATTWOOD, J . r77 RATNER SAFE Co., LD ... r6r MATTISON & Co. .• 2r6
EDWARDS, j . C ..• 23 2, 233, 234 , 235 SKIDM()RE, T., & SON r 59 ST. PANCRAS IRON vVORK Co., Lu. r93
J ONES & ATTWOOD r 82 T ANN , J ... r63 W RIGHT, G., & Co. .• .• r48,212
WO RTLEY F rRE CLAY c ). 65 WHITFIELD, F., & Co . r65
STAIRCASES , STEPS, AND LANDINGS.
PIPES SASH FrAST.ENERS.
ATTWOOD, J. r77 ART PAVEMENTS & DECORATIONS,
BARNs, -vv , & SoN 2 16 ADAMS, J., & SON 202 Lo. (formerly De Grelle. Houdret
BROADBENT & Co. 86 ADAMS , R. 223 & Co. ) 9 4B
B1wwN, !{., & SoN 60 BooBBYER, J. H., & SoNs 205 BELL, P., & SON r 28
CLIFF, J os., & SoNs .. .. .. BRYDEN, w .. & SON •. 224 BENNETT, J OHN, & Co . . •
52 94
COALV ILLE, SANDFORD & ALSTON, Lo . CARTLAND,]., & SoN, Lo. 206 BETTws-Y-c oEo SLATE QuARRY Co. ,
53
CoLLIER, vv. H . . . 60 EvEREo & Co., Lo . 208 Lo . . • 95
L'DW ARDS , J. C. . . 232 , 23 3 BouNos, M. B ., & So:< .. 98
Gmss & CANNIN G, Lo . . 62 SEATING. BLADWELL, H. w. 96
HALL & BOARDMAN , Lo. 238 (See also F11r11i11m.) BROWN, A. A. 98
Hi1LL (MATTHEW) & Co. 247 CARR, CHAS., Lo. 256
HARTSl·trLL BRI CK & TILE Co.
0

44A, 44-8 Aoo1SON , H .. & Co., Lo. 294 , 295 COA LBROOKDALE Co ., Lu . r37, I44
HAWKI NS & SON .. M CouzENS, G., & Co. 239 DAN!ELS & Co ••• 92
H UTCHIN SON BROS. 6r Frs1-mR, SON, & WEAVER 296 EAGLE STEAM J OINERY WORKS (W. G .
J ONES & ATTWOOD r82 FLET<.;HI!n, RUSSELL & Co., Lo. 210 W AKE HA M) · · II3
LLOYD & LLOYD, Lo. r8r EMLEY & SONS, L D. 99
MAJOR, H.J. & c.; Lo. 48 SHUTTERS. FAMBR!NI & DANIELS 93
MATTISON & Co. 2 16 GOODALL, L AMB & HEIGHWAY, Lo . II4
FRANCIS, S . W., & Co., LD. 264 GRAHAM, B. ' & SONS • • 89
ME SSENGER & Co., Lo. 302 0

H ODK!NSON & Co., LD... 263 HAYWARD Brtos. & EcKsH:lN, L IJ. r 45
OATES & GREEN, Lo. 231
261SD HoLT, W. F. S. • • 260 HILL & SMITH • . r4r
PILKINGTON BROS., Lo.
LUCAS, J. "£. 159 l-I INCHL!FF, G.' & SON . . 89
POOLE BROS. 75 THORNBOROVGH & SON. . 265 H oDK IN & JONES 109
WALKER & C RAWS HAW , Lo. 230
THORNBOROUGH, F. M., & SON 265 IR 1sH MARBLE Co. roo
vVoRTLEY FIRE CLAY Co . 65

PLASTER . • SILICATE CLOTH, COTTON, OR SLAG


LEE, A , & BROS .. Lo .
LYTE'S METALLIC W OVEN STAIR TREAD
C0. , L u.
I02B

WOOL.
ADAMANT Co., L o. r5r 0DL!NG (ANSELM) & SONS, LD . IOOB
CAFFERATA & Co. 79 ANDERSON, D., & SON, Lo. 72A, 72B, 72c PARTRIDGE BROS. rr4
EusTANCE & CoLLEY 6r BtW ADB!;;NT, J. C., & Co., Lo. 73 , 74 PATTESON, J . & H. I CO
HUTCHIN SON BROS. 6r ENGERT & RoLFE, Lo... 75 PmLLrrs, A. J ., & Co . . . I O-f
JOHNSON , S., & SON 288 J ONES , F , & Co. .. 77, 78 ST. PANCRAS IRON WoR K Co. , Ln. 146, r 47
J ONE S, F., & Co . 77, 78 , r49 McNEILL, F., & Co . 78s WALTON, GooDDY & CR IPPS , Lo. 105
MATHEWS, E , & Co . 8u WR IGHT, S., & Co. 293 WARD, B., & Co ., LD .• • 122
INDEX TO CATALOG U E. 33

PAGE Tiles (continued) - PAGE Urinals (continned)- PAGE

St a ircase s, St eps, &c. (continued, - EDW AR DS , J. C .•• 232 CLIFF ,J. , & SONS 52
EUSTANCE & COLL E Y 61 D I CKSON, R. A. • • 98
VVEsT GLOUCESTER PE~NANT S TON E
EXL EY , W., & SONS 45 MATHEWS , E ., & Co. S7
Co . •. •• 92 FI EL D & AL L AN • • NO RTH W ALES SLATE Co . 86
W HI TEHEAD , J.,
& SONS , Lo. i o6o
FREE MAN & FRE EMA N
ro4
0DLING (ANSELM) & SONS, Lo. IOOB
WILKrNs, H. vv., & SoNs 39
90 GRIFF I T H S, W . • • PR IT CHARD & Co . 88
vVoR~LEY, R. E .. & Co. II6 49
HARTSHI L L BRICK & TI LE Co 44A, 44B H.oBERTS . ADI.ARD & Co. 87
W RIGHT, G., & Co. 1 48 , 2I2 HAWKINS & SON . . So SH ANKS & Co., L n . 246
HUTCH INSON BROS. 6r WIL KINSON & LENG, L D. ro4
STONE & STONEWORK. K ING, J OSEP H , & Co. VfR I G HT, G., & Co. 21.z
MA DELE Y W oon Co.
BENNETT, J oHN, & Co. . . 94 MAJOR, H . J. & C ., L D.
BLADWELL , H . W. .. 96 MALK I N TI LE Woirns Co., L o. YALYES AND COCKS .
BOUNDS, M . B ., & SON . . 9-8 0DL ING (A NSELM) & So Ns , Lo . I OOB
GRAHAM , B ., & SONS 8'9 PATT l!SON, J . & H. IIO ATTWOOD, J. 177
HAWK I NS & SoN .. So PEARSON , E . T. & J . . Lo. W ARNER, j., & SONS , Lo. 253
64
HINCHLIFF , G., & S ON . . S9 PILKIN GTON BROS ., L D . 268 0
LIND LE Y's QuARHIES 9r P I L KI NGTO N'S TI LE & POTTERY Co .,
SILLS , W. .. 9r LD . ~
VENTILATION AND VENTILATORS.
THO MPSON ' S ANCASTE R QU AR RIES Co., P OOL E B ROS . 75
L o. 9r P RES T AGE & Co . 48 BLACKWAL L GALVANIZED IRON Co .,
" \ VELDON STONE" 9r R ICHES, G . 6r L D. 13 r
WEST GLOUCESTER PENNANT STONE RoBERTs, ADLARD & Co. S7 BoosnYER, J. H., & SoNs 205
Co . 92 SOMERSE T T RADING Co., Lo. • .46, 47 BOYLE, R., &. SoN, Lo, .• . . 3, 355
Vvooo , J AMES 9.: CoMYN , C HI NG & Co. . •
ST. PANCRAS TRON W ORK Co. Lo. 193 17 1
TUCKER, G., & SON 5[ CooPER, H. W., & Co., LD. 172
TELEPHONES. WA L KER & CRAWSHAW, LD . • . 238 DOWNES, J. j . 170
WEDGWOOD, J., & SONS, Lo. . . 50E,50F EMLEY & SONS, LD. r 8o
BRYDEN W ., & SON 224 W ESTM I NSTE R PATENT F L OOR I NG Co. 124 GRUNDY, J. 174
EMLEY & SoNs, Lo. i 8o WHEATLY & Co. 67, 6S, 69, 70 H AYWARD BROS & E CKSTEIN, LD. r75, 192
FURSE, W, J . 300 WI LKI NS , H . W ., & SONS 90 HOBBS, HART, & o , Lu . r58
W JLK!NSON & LENG, LD. 104 HowoRTH , J ., & Co. r7r
WI L LI AMS , T . 63 J ONES & A TTWOOD rS2
TERRA CO~TA . W ooL L! SCRO F T , G ., & SoN, L D. 66 Moo irn, J .. & SoNs r 73
BLANCH AR D , M. H ., & Co . 42 W o 1nLE Y FrnE CLAY Co . 65 WR I GH T, G !lO. , & Co. 2I2
BRoA o & Co., L o. 24 r
CLIFF, J .. & SONS 52 TILING.
CO ALV I LLE , SAN DFORD & A LSTON , L D. 53
WALL AND CEILING COVERINGS.
COLLIER. s. & E. ' 54 B1>NNETT , JOHN, & Co.. . 94
ANAGLYPTA BRANCH OF THE WALL
COOPER, J. K' & SONS .. 5 8 , 59 B ROA DBEN T & Co . 86
J OHNSON. S., & Smi 288 PAPER MANUFA CTUR !!1<s, Ln. 28r , 282
EDWARD , J. C. . . .. 232
ELLI S, l'AlffRJDGE & Co. 39 MALK I N TI LE W ORKS Co., Lo. 49 CORDELOVA Co., LD . 283, 284
Grnss & CANNINr., Lo .. . 62 ROBERTS, AOLARD & Co. 87 E<;SEX & Co. 2S4A , 2S4s, 2S4c, 2840
HARTSHILL B RICK & T ILE C o. 44A, 44B W ESTMINSTER PATENT FLOOR ING Co 124 JEFFREY & Co. 2 8 6, 286A, 286s, 2S6c,
HEATHER BR1c.;K & TERRA CoTTA Co . 40 WILK I NSON & L ENG , LD. 104 2860 , 287
KING, JoSEPH. & Co . 4r LAND,J. &
H. 285
TUCKER, G.' & SON 5[ RoTTMANN & Co. 289, 290, 29 1, 292
WH ITWICK CoLLrERY Co . , LD . 40
TRAPS AND GULLIES
WOOLLI SCROFT , G., & SON , L o . 66 BROAD & Co ., Lo . 2 <f 0, 24.1 WATER SUPPLY & STORAGE.
BROA DBENT & Co . ~6
B ROW N, R., & SON (See also Hot Water Su.pply .)
TILES . 60
C LI FF , J os ., & S oNs 52
ALDRIDGE COLLIERY Co., L o . 5r Co u z E Ns, G ., & Co. 239
W ARNER, J., & SONS, LD . 253
ART PAVEMENTS & DECORATIONS, L D. CRAPPE R, T .. & Co . 245
!Formerly De G rell e, Ho ud ret H AW KI NS & SON . • ::lo
POOLE BROS.
WINDOWS , SASHES AN D FRAMES .
& Co.) . . 4SA, 48s, 94A, 94B , rr6s 75
BENNETT, Jo1rn , & Cn. .. 94 WALKER & CRAWSHAW , Ln . 238 AI> AMS, R. 196, 223
BETTIVS·Y-COED SLATE QuARRY Co .. WORTLEY FrnE CLAY Co . 65. ASHWORTH, J., & Co. rq
WRIGHT, G , & Co . 2Il
Lu. 95 DREW-BEAR, PERKS & Co. 340. 34r
BLANCllAim, M. H., & Co. 42 EAGLE STEAM J OINERY WORKS (W. G.
BROA DBENT & Co. 86 TUBES \JIJ'AKEHAM) .. _rr3
BROSELEY BRICK & TILE MANUFAC· ENGLAND , W. G. & L • . . 219
TURERS' ASSOCIAT ION 43 (See also Pipes ) GARDINER, SoNs & Co , Lo. 22I
BROWN, R.. & SON 60 HAYWARD BROS. & ECKSTEIN, LD.
CARTER & Co. .. . •• 50A, 50s, 5oc
BARNS , w ..
& SON 216
LEGGoTT, vV. & R, Ln.
r6S
LLOYP & L LOYD, Lo. 227
CLIFF, J .. & SoN~ .. 52 r8r
LUC AS, J. E r59 , rS9, 219
COALBROOKDALE Co .. L D. .. .. 44 MAIN, A. & J. ,
& Co . , Ln . 132
COALVILLE SANDFORD & ALSTON, Lo. 53 URINALS . NORTHWOOD . S., & SON r36
\....OLLIER, s. & E . 54, 55, 56, 57 OWEN, ToSEPH , & so~s. LJJ. 113
COLLIER, w. H. - • .. 60 BETTWS -Y- COED SLATE QUARRY Co., SMITH (JONAS) & Co. IIS
COOPER, J. K., & SON~ .. ..5l:i,59 LD . 95 \V r r.LIAM~ BRos . & Co. 222
DOUGHTY, J., & SON •. BROWN, R' & SON 60 \VITCHELL & Co.
45 r27
34

Index to Information apart


from eatalogue.
...

A. PA G E
PAGE c.
ACTS OF P.A.RLI.A.MENT, 1900 359-36r
Agricultural Holdings Act, rgoo .. 359
Ancient Monuments Protection Act, rgoo Cast Iron Columns, Table of 328
360
County Surveyors (Ireland) Act, rgoo . . Tests for 343
360
Housing of the Working Classes Act , rgoo Cattle Sheds 327
360
Land Charges Act, rgoo .. Cements .. (See Lii11es, Cements, &c.)
360
Tithe Rent Charge (Ireland) Act 360 Chains, Safe Load of 327
ADDRESS REGISTER of Manufacturers and Merchants 9 Chancels .. 327
of Architects .. Chimneys and Flues 327
369
of Ecclesiastical Sun·eyors Chimney Shafts .. 327
,, of Builders Churches, Musical Requirements of .. 32 7
Altar or Lord's Table ,. Seating 352
.. Rails Circles, Circumferences and Areas of .. 328
Angle and T Iron Proportions of 327
Architects' Charges Cisterns and Tanks 328
.A.RCHITECTUR.IL SOCIETIES Coal, Storage Space 328
Areas Weight of .. 328
Aspect Coke 328
Asphal,t e
Avoirdupois Weight .. Columns, Weight of
Concert Rooms ..
Concrete ..
328
328
3?.8
Conditions for Building Contracts 329
Copper 33 r
B. Cow Houses 331
Cubic Measure 356

Bars, Iron .. D.
Baths and Washouses
Turkish
Billiard Rooms Dairies 331
Boiling Point Dangerous and Neglected Structures . . 331
Bolts and Nuts, Iron B usinesses . . 331
Bricks , Sizes of .. D ecimal E quivalents 357
Brickwork .• District Surveyors, Li s t of, and Boundaries 332
Buildings, Height of ,, Fees (London Building Act, 1894) 333
Stable .. (u:ider L.C.C. Bye-laws ) . . 334
Temporary Drainage 334
INDEX. TO INFORMATION APART FROM CATALOGUE. 35

PAGE PAGE
E. J.
Joists, Table of Rolled Iron and Steel 337 , 339
Earth , Rock, &c., Weight of . . 335
Natural Slope of.. 335
Electric Engineering 335 K.
Lighting 335
Excavation 336 Key to Telegraphic Addresses ..

F. L.

Land Measure 356


Fees Payable to District Surveyors Lead, Weight to be used for d ifferent purposes 349
333
Felt Lengths of a Foot in Different Countries 356
336
Fire Escape Mile 357
336
Resisting Materials Lightning Conductors 343
336
Flooring .. Limes, Cements, Plasters, &c ... 344
336
F loors, 336
Lineal Measure .. 356
Weights they sho;ild carry Scotch .. 356
337 Lintels
Fonts 344
337
Foundations Liquid or Capacity Measure 357
337
Frontages .. London County Council 344
337

M.
G.
Metals, Expansion of, by Heat 345
Tenacity of 345
Gas Fitting 337 Weight of 345
Girders and Joists 337 Mortars and Cemeuts 345
Wood 336 Musical Requirements of Churches
Girders, Table of 345
339
Glazin~ 342
N.

H. Noxious Businesses

Habitable Rooms
342
o.
Hay, Weight of..
342
Hearths Open Spaces
342
Heating
342
Height of Buildings 343
Hoardings .• P.
343 , 353
Hoop Iron . 343
Hospitals .. 343 Painting .. 346
Hot Water Supply 343 Paperhanging 346
Parsonages 346
Partitions .. 347
I. Party Structures .. 347
Piers, safe load ot 348
Piles 348
Iron, Angle and T 325 P ill ars, safe load of 348
Bars .. 326 Pipes, Weight of .. 335, 348
Bolts and Nuts 327 Plastering .. 348
" Buildings .. 343 P lasters 344
I ro o, Hoop Pl umbing .. 34 8
3f3
P reservation of Portland Cement .. 344
343
Teff;s of Q uality PRICE BOOK 305
343
36 INDEX TO INFORMATION APART FROM CATALOGUE .

P AGE PAGE
Projec tions .. • 349 T.
Public Baths 326
Tables 356 -359
BL1ildings . . 349
Pulpits T elegraphic Addl-esses and Telephone Numbers I4
349 Temporary or S pecial Buildings, Hoardings, &c
Pumps 349 353
Purlins Tha tch Roofs 353
350
Tie and Suspension Rods 353
Timber, D urability of .. 353
Scant li ngs of F ir
R 354
Weights of 353
Troy Weight 357
Re ad y Reckoner Table .. 349 Turk ish Bath 354
Re taining Walls .. 350
Roll ed Steel J o is ts and G irde r" T able of 337 , 339
Roofs, Table of Scd. ntlings 350
u
Weight of Materials 350 Uni ting Buildin g' 354

v.
s.
Ventilation 35 4
Vestries 354
Scantlings, Table of 350
Schools, Public Elementary 350 w.
Scotch Measures . . 356
\.Vall Papers , Measarement Table of ..
Seating, Church, &c. 352
Walls
Separation of Buildings 352
·water Closets
Sheds 352 Service
Sinks 352
Warming • .
Slates 352
Weight of Coal
Slaughter Houses 352
Hay
Solid Measure 356
Metals
Square Measure . . 356
Straw ..
Scotch.. 356
Timber
Stable Buildings . . 352
Zinc .•
StaircaseE, Passages, Ex its 352
Weights and Measures ..
Stairs 352 Wells, Conients of
Stancheons, Safe Load of 352
Wire Gauge
Statute and Customary Measurement of Perches and Acres 357
Weight of
Links, Perches,
Workhouses
and Chains 357
Straw, Weigh t of..
Streets
353 z.
353
Students, Information for 363-368 Zinc, Weight d .. 358
.' 37

See al5o Summary of Content5, page 1.

Section A.
&ricks. - Terra cotia~ Danging and Root ·Tiles.
flooring and watt Tiles and faience.
·various Brick, Tilet and Terra Cotta Goods.
FIRMS REPRESENTED IN THIS SECTION.
PAGE PAGE l'AGE
ADAMANTINE CLINKER \.VORKS 38 COOPER, J. 1\.' & SONS • • • • 58, 59 MAOELEY Woon Co. ••
ALDRIDGE COLLIERY Co., LD . 51 DOUGHTY, JOHN, & SON 45 MAJOR, H.J. & C., Lo ...
ART PAVEMENTS & DECORATIONS, LD. EAST KENT BRICK, S\::\D & GRAVEL MALKIN TILE WnRKs Co .. Lo.
(fo· merly D, GrellP, Houdret & Cc .) Co., Lo. Go PEARSON, E. J. & J., LD.
48A- 48B ELLI S, l' A"RTRlllGE & Co. 3'J P1LKINGTON 's TILE & PoTTERY Co., LD . 50
BLANCHARD, M. H, & Co . 4i EusTANCI, & CoLLEY (• l PRE STAGE & Co. 48
BRAY, ll, & Co... 3'l ExLlcY, W., & SoNs 45 H ! Cl-!ES, GEORGE 6r
BROSELEY I3RICK & TILE l'vJ A:--CFAC- FR!>EMAN & FRERMAN 39 SOMERSET TRADING Co., L1> ... • . 46, 47
TURE.RS' Ass~CIA1ION 43 GlllBS & CAN"l lNG, Lo... 62 Tu c1rnti, G., & SoN 51
DhOWN, IfoBERT, & SoN Co GIUFi.' ITllS, \VJLLTA\l .. '19 \VEoGwoou, Jos1.1H, & SONS, LD. 50E, 50F
CARTER & Co. 50A - 5011 l-T.1nTs 111 cc l3RtCK & TtLE Co. 411, 4.;B \VnE.1:rr.Y & Co... 67 --70
C!,.IFF, J05EPll, & SO NS .. 52 IlEA·t 11 ER BR1 CK & TERRA COTTA Co. 40 \Vm1w1cK COLLIERY Co., Lo 40
COALBROOKDALE Co., Lo. 4+ IIooPER & Co. • • 37 \'il!LLIAMS, 1'HOM AS 63

COALVILLE, SANDFORD & ALsro:-i, Ln. 53 lTUTCHJ"/,ON BRO~. \VooLus.c RoFT, G .. & s N, LD 66

COLLIER, S. & E. 5.1-57 KING, JosEPH , & Co. \VoRTLEY Fnrn CLAY Co. 65
COLLIER, \V. 1-l... (10

HOOPER & COMPANY,


Se>'11tha.m.1t_>te>~.
Manufacturers of

BRICKS &PORTLAND CEMENT.


Quotations on application for Delivery by Road, Rail, or Water.
38 BRieKS. [Sec.,A

u ADAMANTINE- -CLINKER,"
---
. (Regd.)
' PJ=t~INC FOR ST.A'.BLES, &c .. &c.
~OLD A~D ~IL "\1£~ ~£DAL~. . . Worka Satabllahed 1880.
7
"Hamantf:::"wi.te Bytbam.
This Paving is supplied to HER MAJESTY, H.R.H. PRJNCE OF WALES, anti other
Members of tlu Royal Fam{ly, also to the prindpal Nobility of this anti foreign counfnes.
Clinkers are supplied direct from the Works, or by flu leading Stable Filters and Builders' Mere/rants.
CAUTION.-A.s there are spurious articles in the Market, all Genuine Clinkers are
stamped "ADAMANTINE CLINKER" (Registered), we being the original and only makers. Trade Mark.
Prices and Samples tm Aj>j>lication to • • .

ADAMANTINE CLINKER WORKS,


LITTL~ BYTHAM, GRANTHAM.
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST PRESSED BRICK IN THE LONDON M~RKET.

Ji. BR_A Y· & Co., fletton, Peterboroug.h.


Office Address.-BENTINCK BUILDINGS, NOTTINGHAM.
London'Address.-85, GRACECHURCH STREET, E.C.
111111111u~11111u11111111ttn11Um11mmnm1w111w1mtfl1111MnmtM111111UM1Gtt1umuu111nrm1111Hmt111H11t1u1tw1111J11~111m:HltftAA•Mt1N11llflltrelllUIWI

These are High Class 0rdinary Building Bricks, hard, square, and true on face. They withstand
great pressure, are not affected by the weather, and the surface does not crumble or shell off. They are well
suited (or facing purposes, particularly in internal walls, where a true face is required, and co!our unimportant.
For a low priced Brick, comparin~ favourably with London Stor.ks, there is nothing to beat them.

Users of '°"The Compe12dium)} would


oblige by mentio121n~ it as the source of
their informatio12 whe12 commu.qicating with
the Firms represented herein.
Sec. A.] BRICKS. 39
- - - - ---··---~---------

A
~r~ot Voriety
2f 'De.si~rzs
II(
Briel\. Orl(oll(e~t
c\S s~ewrc ii(
1,,,,.. Illustrated
_: ~/ ~ eotolQ3lle5.
~~,:_ / ,,,,...

1'.r~; l
' ·
0
J\re~it~ets
2WI( de51317s
eo.rej(JI~
e..xeellte.d.

QJ\KS" l\EDBANl('MEA~HAM. N~ATHER8TQNE0 WQQDVll,hf_NRBURTQH oNTRENT.


l9NDQN 0FFICE&DEPQT:,2QQ&222,PHIENIX SI. STPANCRA&. fREEMAN/.,FR_HMAN.
AGENTS.

fREEM~N & fQEEMAN, 2CC & 202 Phoenix Street,


St. Pancras, N. w-.
~A~ ... Brick and Tile Merchants and Manufacturers,
ktre Sole London Agen ts for MESSRS. ELLIS PARTRIDGE &. CO. (see above).
\
SOLE AGENTS FOR . •

JOSEPH JOBERNS & Co • , ( a Century.


Established nearly) WORKS:
ALDRIDGE, Near WALSALL.
Blue and Brlndled St:affs. f/atr~fied Bricks, Pa'lfiors, Coping, &c.
AGENTS FOR • .

THE NORMAN CROSS BRICK CO., LTD., PETER.BOROUGH.


Fletton Brice's of the best quality onl;r.

FREEMAN & FREEMAN'S SPECIALITIES


_ _ _ _ ____;;....;;.,;;~~..;..;..;...·
WHITE GLAZED BRICKS, hard enamel and no lead used in tbe glaze.
COLOURED GLAZED BK.ICKS, made spec1ally for Public Institutions, &c.
These Bricks have a reputation 'for great durability: the enamel will not shnle or craze.

CON. CO:IL D.
40 BRICKS. fSec. A .

~~~HEATHER BRICK& TERRACOTTAC~:


HEATHER
N~ ASHBY DE LA ZOUCH.

mUltrated Catalogues and Prices supplied"" appluatio.. Special besipu r~uired by Arckilects ft!ill be promptly and carefully exec#tetJ.
HAVING R.EcltNTLY extended our wocks and erected •ew machinery of the most powerful aad approved type, we are prepared to ~
CC>11tracts for, aad gi'M ~ delivery of facl.c- a.ad moulded bricks f<>r the largest works.
THlt CL.AY . ....i for the Bricb is aelected frem our ovru practically inexhaustible beds OR the spot, wllich prod•ces (in its aatural stat..\,
without either wash on the surface, or stain, the beautiful uuiform red colour for which our Bricks are noted : whilst the quality of tl>•
Cay and the improved process of manufacture render that llneneu which adds so much to the effect of OIU goods, and enables us to exec1111e
tho moat delicate d&ii'na• TELEGRAMS; "BRICKS, IBSTOCK."

WHITWICK COLLIERY CO., LTD.,


COALVILLE, near LEICESTE~.

-
. ..
racing \
BEST LEICESTERSHIRE RED, WHITE, and
BUFF HAND-PRESSED and WIRE-CUT
}'lianufacfur~rs of . • •

'\ FACING BRICKS.


. . _Bricks ~
\ Floor Quarries, Sand Stocks, and Cul\rert Bricks.
f
AND TERRA COTT A.
Enriched Mouldings and Ornamental Brickwork to any
.--....
~erra • • Design in RED, WHITE, or BUFF Colours.
~
ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES AND ESTIMATES

• 0 Coifa. FREE ON APPLICATION.


Telegraphic A ddress :
"WHITWICK COLLIERY, COALVILLE."
Se-c. Al. BRICKS AND TERRA COTTA. 41

Teqa-goffo 13rick ~ :file tr{or~s,


------STOURBRIDGE.
MANUFAC:TU11El15 or

BEST ~---
Architectural
~ RED
·rerra ·Cotta
IN
Pressed
R ED,../l
Moulded
BUFF &
~PINK. Bricks.

m ESSRS. J. KING & Co. beg to call special attention to the Hardness and Rich Colour
of their TERRA-COTTA and BRICKS, and will be pleased to submit S a mples
and Estim ates free on application.

'
K1r~G BROTHER5, 5TOURBRIDGE.

FIRE-BRICKS AND CLAY.


~ BEST QUALITY STOURB1'.IDGE.
42 TERRA COTT A. [Sec. A ..
PRIZE MEDALS AW ARD ED.
LONDON LONDON, 1862 Royal letters Patent for England and France.

TWO PRIZE MEDALS. GRAND MEDAL & DIPLOMA.

M. H. BLANCHARD & CO.,


(Late CO~DES, Lambeth, THE ORIGINAL TF.RRA-COTTA WORKS, Established 1769)

TERRA·COTTA MANUFACTURERS TO THE ROYAL FAMILY~


Tlte Commissioners of 1851, the Board of Works, tlze Trinity House, tlte Admiralty, the Ro) a' Horticultural Society, and
the Department of Science and Art, Soutlt Kensington, and to t!te Britisli and Foreign Governments, and the
recipients of Prize J11edals at 185 r and subsequent Exlzibitions.
M. H. B. & Co. Best Red M. H . B. Facers. These Fadng Bricks Roofing Tiles, Red and Brown, Plain and Ornamental. These Tile&-
are of a superior kind. Well made and finished. °"l'ecified are of a special kind, hardness, lightness and durability, are·
and used in many important buildings of late. unequalled in colour and price, &nd are largely exported.
:Reel Moulded Bricks of all kinds to match. Hip and Valley Tiles to match.
J.: ed Wall Coping Bricks, half round and sharp back (various). Plain, Capped, Roll, and Ornamental Ridge Tiles, Red and Blue,
Red Quarries, and Paving Bricks of many descriptions. Blue Stable Paving and Channel Bricks.
:blue Facing and Moulded Bricks1 Blue Quarries and Paving Bricks of many descriptions.
Blue Wall Coping Bricks and Garden Edging.
Blue and other Wire-cut Bricks for Docks, Railways, Culverts, ~f~ The Blue Vitrified Goods are the same kind. and are equal to·
~:1~~ the Best Blue Goods made in Staffordshire.
and such like purposes, a speciality. Same as used Southampton ••
New Docks, opened r895. Low Railway Rates.

Samples and Price Lists forwarded on application, and for all orders and further information please address :

M. H. BLANCHARD & CO., Bishop'~·Waltham, Hants ..

BUILDERS' ANNOUNCEMENTS,
eommencing on page 392, showing the class of work various-.
Building Firms are accustomed to undertake, are a valuable guide to·
1\rchitects when placing eontracts for the erection ·of Buildings, &c...
S ec. A. ] HANGING A ND ROOF TILES. 43

IMP8Rll\Nl NOTICE.

BROSELEY TILES.
JN consequence of numerous persons representing
themselves as Manufacturers of the "Celebrated
Broseley Roofing Tiles," we, the undersigned Firms,
beg to inform the Public that we are the only
Manufacturers of these Tiles at " Broseley, Shrop-
shire "-the seam of clay from which they are made
being only found at Broseley, from which place they
-derive their name.

BROSEL~Y TrLERIES Co., LTD. JONES, C. R., & SoNs.

CoALBROOKDALE Co., LTD. JONES, W. & P.

DAvrs, G., SEN. LEGGE, G., & SoN.

DOUGHTY, JOHN, & SoN. MAW & Co., LTD.

ExLEY, W., & SoNs. MADELEY WooD Co.

HAUGHTON, R. D. PRESTAGE & Co.


''
44 HANGING AND ROOF TILES. [Sec. A ..

OAWR.OOKDAI.e (§). IPAN¥.filiITED ,


TE LE. G RAMS -
"DARBY Po1I.tG1.1Gl.]GlGl1 r€~lf>:
o~i:ooK©lcde ' R.~o
CoALBRO O ~DALE" (§)@)(§)@]@]I.®!.®@@]@] @II@]@]@]@] (fill~
\::;ii.
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trGtKd'~f@ENUINii'BR0~E~YRcoHN©Tmc, @ffiDe> . .
7

11 16

32 HiJa<1 B1121e QleOI Gable Q.lez. V atlleys


65 a<\
53
55

~!fa
99 02. 12"!

72

~. Numerous olhe:r Rtt€Yns in lllus!y.sJ-e:d. Cilll:Gtlo_,2ue: on li,f. 11cahon


11.(gndon°fficE:• 141 QUEEN YICTOUlfl 5TUEET, E.C. II
Rooms~
b e')hot.1 .1.~ Telegrams: ' 'Severndale, London." I\
II ' . = = = = = = = = = = - ·
.
Telephone No. 5783 Bank.
TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESS: "HARTSHILL," STOKE-ON-TRENT

FOR TILES, RIDGES, &c., SEE OTHER SIDE.

FINIALS, ... i
I

I
TERMINALS, j,
'

3/6 471
and 5/6-
6/5

PJLLAR CAPS. 6/5

·~ .............. _,..__.
T/-

ARCHITECTS' 5/6

DESIGNS
EXECUTED.

Send for New

Illustrated

Priced

Catalogue,

containing

43

Ba~~
Pages. 1 ..( /'' JN' .\ I
17'<- . ., , .,!I.I I
, ':~.\. :,,. [
it,, ,;, ' 1- I ,
.
. '
Free on receipt 150
18/6
Trade Card.
l<i 16 each

BLUE BRICKS of every description for BUILDING or PAVING,


also Buff Clinkers for Stables or Court Yards.
TE LEQRAPHIC A DDRESS: "HARTSHILL, ' S TOKE·ON•TRENT

FOR FINIALS, TERMINALS, &c., SEE OTHER SIDE.

S1'~Cialit i ~S:

BEST PRESSED
" PLASTIC,"
· 40/; per 1000. Gabl< 191\ es. I 58·
40/- per 1000.
also liip &iJes, ;)1>. d rnch 40/-per 1000.
. b):i~""'"
SANDYFACED
HAND-MA D E
" PLASTIC."
rs 4~ 40 /-per1000. Vall•y 0 11•s, 160 J+1'
.')a eMlt. 40/-rer 1000. '5 716 per IOOO .
lj)lue Z9iles, 2/6 per 1000 cx\'ra; Gile. and a half, double pr1ce.
ROOFINC
TILES
l
• ~

--.- me..·- --
6wtnf .Jd,_ fioirtjf 3fr.d eack
___ ___ ,.,_.
;"irmij Ji•, livmt tN·eadz.

In Red, Brown,
Blue & Broseley
,) ~-- 18'-
Colours. {j ·wi115 7"; 7'r.omf n !1 eoclz.

RIDCE
Ornamental ·l\id~es any pattern 2·cresr 1/9, :»cresr2/ ; 4fmst 2;i, 6"cresr 2/6 p~r ya.rd;.
TILES 1-..
V)
In Various Colours ti:
and Patterns
made to any Pitch.
any paftern z · cresr1 /9, 3·,r~st2./; 4f mst 21~, 6"aest216 plr yani

All Prices quoted ·~ ~


-~~:q
are Free on Rail at .. ~ -< .=~.\;~,.-
=ii \ "'1,t~ ~
Works. \ - - - -··-· H.~ ~. ~ '"'°'. 327 ~4.~s'7~----
Ornamcnral J.1?)' patrern 2msr l 9, :'i 'mst 2J; + r c.r~t 2/5 , 6 "cresr 2i6 p~r yard.

MAL TING I Specially prepared, 6 " x 6", Red or Blue, as supplied to the
FLOOR TILES J PRINCIPAL MALSTERS and BREWERS thorughout the Kin2"dom.
Sec. A. ] HANGING AND ROOF TILES. 45

JOHN DOUGHTY & SON, MANUFACTURERS OF

BEST BROSELEY PRESSED


ROOFING TILES.
Plain and Ornamental, of various Colours,

Ridges, finials, t;ips & Valleys, flooring Squares,


-------BROSELE~ SALO~
• J D & S •t B rose I ey, .. PosT•L AooRESB; JACKl'IELD, SALOP. "
T rade M ar k o • • TELEGRAPHIC AoDR< . . . "DOUGHTY,JACKFIELD."

BR_OSELEY cEC\

ROOFING AND RIDGE

"COALPORT" Shropshire.
BRAND. ~

BUILDERS' ANNOUNCEMENTS,
eommencing on page 392, showing the class of work various
Building Firms are accustomed to undertake, are a valuable guide to
1\rchitects when placing eontracts for the. erection of Buildings, &c.
46 HANGING AND ROOF TILES. [Sec. A.

Telegrams: Somerset, Bridgwater. National Telephone: No. 9.

THE SOMERSET TRADING CO., LTD.,


"'cu<.> BRIDGWATER,
0

: ~anufactuPEP$ of ~oofing Tile$, ~idge$, Finial$, FiooPing Ft Oven Tile$,


&c., &c.

Patent Rain bar Plaintiles,


No. 3a. (Patent No. 22319 / 98).
DESCRIPTION- DESCRIPTION-

E c is a trans verRe groove on


::I THESE Patent Tiles are manu· ~ the under side of Tile.
·5 facj;ured from the finest selected f D Tiling Laths, laid usually
~
Briclgwater Tile Clay, and are A=-1· 8
to a gauge of 4 in. top to
light, non·porous, unaffected by
o:1 . .· top, tbis g ives a lap or
~
8 cover of 2~ in .
....
o weather, uniform in color and
ti very durable. ' ,. It will be seen from t he
cu ; v-c illustrations that the patented
:0 A is a plain Tile 10~ in. long .--: anangernent forms a complete
::I
by 6~ in. wide. 101,~,~.""
1,=--" check to draught under the
...cuo:I"' B is a tranverse bar on
Tiles, and consequently snow
and rain drift is entirely pre-
upper surface of Tile. vented.
....cu"'
~
ALL Tt'les w ,-11 brar t in's stamp .

c.. PRICES FREE IN TRUCKS AT BRIDGWATER-


cu
~ No. 3A, £2 ss. per 1000; We ight One Ton. I-In.Jf Til es, top course and eave Tiles san1e price.
£ Tile and half Tiles, double price. Hip and valley Tiles, '2 / 6 per dozen.
All Tiles have a continuous nib and are holed. 550 tile.· cover a square of 100 feet super when la id to a 4 in. gange .
....<.)cu
=
.::
....<.>
::I
"='
...c..
0 Patent Somerset Interlocking Tiles,
-0
ti
o
THESI~
Tiles combine many ad-
No. 13. (Patent No. 20356 /00).
The cost per square is also much
u vantages. They interlock, and SECTION OF 3 TILES lower than Slates or plain Tiles,
"='
~ so may be safely u ·eel in the ,yg'&~'\\)\'._ ,~.*~'&~~ ~,,,,
,,, "·-·~~,~~~~~r'f4~~-~~~ wh ile the Patent Tiles are quite
o:I
....<.> most exposed situation s. The
cu as proof aga inst rain or snow
Tiles are of a uniforru deep red
.:: drift, and no nails are required
....
o color and make a very h and-

t
for fixing. The Tiles are very
'Oil some roof, some wh at sim ilar in '.'
c easy to lay, and Architects who
-~ appearance to plain Tiles, but .
0 little ruore than half the weight . require an extra lap can ha'e it
cQI per square, and consequently by simply placing the tiling
z much less timber is required. R eoo. No 367113. Laths closer together.
All T//f'S wt'!! bn1r flu~· slamjJ.

PRICE FREE IN TRUCKS AT BRIDGWATER-

£5 per JOOO. Half Tiles, to unak joint, same price. All Tiles have nibs for hanging.
Gauge of tiling Laths, to give a 3 in. lap, J2z in. apnrt t• p LO t• p., An increas ed or decreased lap can be given by setting the
Uiths closer or fur t her apart.
Number of Tiles to a square, 3 in. lap, 160. Weight 2 tons per 1000.
'Sec. A.] HANGING AND ROOF TILES. 47

Telegrams : Somerset, Bridgwater. National Telephone : No. 9.

THE SOMERSET TRADING CO., LTD.


No . 208 .
(Late Browne & Co.), BRJDOWATER,
Manufacturers of Superior Bath or Scouring Bricks, Building Bricks,
Roofing Tiles, Ridges, Finials, Flooring and Oven Squares, Redware
Pottery, Garden Pots, Chimney Pots, Ornamental Vases, &c.
No.3. No. I . No. 2.

"<,)
.,
=
~
""=!
t<:I
s::I
··9
.,
~ 11)/-each,HiporGableEnd. 10~ x 6;\ 10.\ x 6~ 101 x 6~
· t<:S Red Pla in Ti les. No. 3,550 to a sqwmi. \Veight. 1 ton per 1,000. Price-per 1,000, 35/-
Price per square, 19/3. Ornamental Patterns, 5/- per 1,000 extra.

No. 1.&..
No.a. No. 16.

..B
"'
4/- each
Hip or Gable End.
16.'." x 14"
Double Roman Tiles.
80 to a square; 3h. per 1,000.
Red, per 1.000, 120/-
" square . 9/7.
16" x 14"
l oole's Patent Tiles.
90 to a squ11.re : 4T. per 1,000.
Red, per 1,000, 160/-
lIH
15~·· x 13"
Improved"Iliach ine-made and
Pressed Triple Angular Tiles
100 to a square; 3'.1'. per 1,000.
-

.
=

sq uare, 14/5. Red, per 1,000, 130/-


No 59. No. 71.
" square, rn;-
No. 32.

No. 24.

0
......
'Oil
=
·~ .
·O
I ~

·~ Reel, 18" Jong, 75° to 105° Red, lS"lonp;, 75° to105° Red, ~2" lon_p:. 7~' to 105° Red, 12" long. 75 ' to 105° Reel , 12" lon g, 75° Lo105°
.,:z: Per doz., 4/3; per y<l., S~d . Per doz., 6/6; per yd., 1/1. Per doz., 6/- , pe1yd.,1/6 . Per doz .. 6/-; peryd .,1/6. Per doz.,2/9:peryd.,8td

All the above goods are manufactured from the Celebrated Bridgwate1 Clays, and are of a rich red colour (dun
colour and black glazed are also stocked, prices on application).
Plain Tiles, Improved Machine-made and Pressed Tripl e Angu~ar Til~s No. r6, and Ridge Tiles, are specialities,
and are made under great pressure by patented processes ; th ey are 1mperv1ous to weather and very durable.
Fully Illustrated Lists of Ridge Tiles and Finials on application.
48 HANGING AND ROOF TILES. rSec. N..

H. J. &C. MAJOR, LD.:


( LONDON OFFICE:
THE
PATENT TILE
BRIDGWATER.
WORKS,

11 QUEEN VICTORIA STREET.) (LATE SEALY.) (ESTABLISHED 280 YEARS .)


Are the Sole Manufacturers .of the :well-known Bridgwater-Weather-Proof Roofing Tiles, C. Major's Patent, Double Roman P attern .
Angularly Co1ruga t ed. &c .. &c Ridge Tiles to match.
And also of C. Ma1or's Patent Improved Interlocking Plain and Ornamental •Tiles . ro}<,? by 6}<,?-about 500 Tiles per square of Ro o!ing
5
beiused~~~hfix f~~:~ tbe above-named Patent Tiles will make a ptrtect roof covering: they require no nails. nor must m o•·tar or ce meul

First In every competition for man7 yeara. JI.warded HIGHEST AND ONLY Medal given for Roofing Tiles, PARIS EXHIBITION , 1900.
PRICES PER SQUARE OF' ROOFING.
All prices are subject to alte1·ation without notice.
R ed. Blue Red. Blue. R ed. Blue.
Patent Weather- Proof Tiles, l'atent Interlocking Plaintiles Patent Weather-Proof Tiles.
Roman Pattern Is/- 17/3 about ... ... ... .. . 27/6 32/6 Angularly Corruiated 18/- 20/9
Patent Iuterlocking Plaintiles
Ornamental , about ... 30,- 351-

S ectio; sliow t"ng- lap of Patent /1derlocki'ng Pta £·n h'les.


Red. Blve.
"'
Ill >II
... 0
Orrlinary Plaintiles, pressed,
600 per square
Ordtnary Ornamental Plain-
24/ - 2816
i= ~ tiles, pressed, 6oo per square 26/6 31/-
z :I 0rdinary Double Roman Tiles-
Ill O' Pantiles
>"' Ordinary AngularlyCorruga ted
0 b.O Tiles
"' c Ordinary Treble Channelled
c:
Ill >
- Tiles, Poole's Tiles, & Roofing
~ ll$ Tiles of other descriptions ...
<a.
ai

Plain and Ornamental Bricks.


RIDGE TILES &. FINIALS TO ARCHITECTS' DESIGNS.
All Kinds of Bricky ard Good s for Home and Export. Quotations on Application .
Best Portland Cf ment gua1anteed to pass Government specifications and test.

• • .. • ~I


\J\J\.../
-71·ROOFI NG TILES.·l~

PRESTAGE & co.,


THE MILEURGH TILERIES,.
---*BROS ELEY, SALOP. ~-
7Vr'HNVFHCTVRERS OF
Plain Ornamental Roofing Tiles. Pressed Hip &. Valley Tiles, Ridges ,,
Finials, &.c., Brown, Br i ndle, Straw~erry, or Reu.
lf'eleJ;>hane t-(0 1704, f'f'ctlbern >

THE ART PAVEMENTS & DECORATIONS b'


7 f~D--· STREET
· ·· THEOBtll-'DS . ~. Ro~u ~
Lo~no~. W·C
DESIGNS FOR DADO TILING.
No. 212.
No . 21J. No . 2 13.

FOR PRICES SEE OTHER SIDE.


No. 217
No. 215
No. 21 6

SCALE- H NCH TO ONE FOOT.

SEE ALSO SECTION C MOSAIC, MARBLE and GRANITE, and SECTION D PARQUETlff.
tpele~rams: " ~ranulem0s, l9ond0n.•

THE ART PAVEMENTS_&DECORATIONS b'


7 I:~n STREET _
THEOBt\LDS Ro~u.
Lo~no~. w~c
No. 160
BLACK & "WHITE FLOOR TILESO No. 149

FLOOR. TILES. DADO TILES.


No. 149 3-in. Octogans 8 / - per yd. super No . 2rr 15/ - per yd. super
4}-in. or 6-in. 9/9 212 ... 13/-
" 2 I -111.
150 '
x 2 8I -111.
. .
or 3-111. •
x 3-111. 6 /9 " " 213 1 3 /- " " i'
8
44-111.
I ' x 4 4I -111.
• or 6-10.
. x 6 -111.
. 7 /9 " " 2r5 15/ - " "
"
151 7/ 3 " " 216 13/- " "
155 7 /9 " " 217 15/ - " "
" " " "
THE ABOVE PRICES ARE FOR TILES AT THE WORKS, PACKING EXTRA.

Si'~Cial D~signs f)r~f)ar~d and tstimaf~s gio~n ror fb~ work fix~d co1-n.,-1~-f~-.- 1:

PLAIN ENAMELLED WALL AND HEARTH TILES IN ALL COLORS, l-ln. x 3-in. and 6-in. x 6-in., 11/ - per yard super.
BEST QUALITY PLAIN WHITE GLAZED TILES, 6-in. x 6-in. or 6-in . x 3-in., 6/- per yard super.
1·- -
1 FOREIGN TILES of every description. CERAMIC MOSAIC, Special Designs prepared.
STOCKS KEPT AT LONDON ADDRESS.

SPECIAL DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES FREE.


No. 151 No. 165

S.cate~efa.nincll~EE ALSO SECTION C-MARBLE, MOSAIC AND GRANITE,


-k;aFO?r SEE ALSO SECTION 0-PARQUET AND WOOD BLOCK FLOORS.
St> c' A.] _!L_?_?RING ~W~LL TILES & FAfENCE. 49 1

THE NEW PATENT MATERIAL FOR

THE OLD GLAZE SUPERSEDED BY


SUPERIOR AND CHEAPER PROCESS, WHICH
CAN BE APPLIED TO BOTH OLD AND
NEW BRICK WORK.

Price• specially quoted for


Old and New Brick Work.

Orders can now be promptly

men.

.............................
•• A WILLIAIYI GRIFFITHS
·~
•••• (London Concessionnairt of Patent Ritrlits of the National Opalite Glazed Brick and
Tile S'y1td1cate, Limited),
!.~~!~~~i.;.1_~'!;~~~: 41, Hamilton House, Bishopsgafo St. Without, E.C. Telephone No.
11 530·2531 AVH.NUL

NOTl!.-AIJ enqulrlea relatlnll to work In the above Districts must be made to the respective Conceaslon•I•••·

THE MALKIN
9)t.CllU\lti.c
TILE WORKS Co., Lo.,
manufactui;£r\l. Wile
Norks: BURSLEM, STAFFORDSHIRE. London: 65 CHARING CROSS RD ..
Manchester: 62 MARKET STREET.
WRITE FOR NEW AND ENLARGED CATALOGUE, FREB.

Encaustic Floor Tiles, from .. . 5 /6 yard. I Majolica Dado Tiles from ...
... 13/6 ,, ,,.. Plain Dado and Wall Tiles from...
.•• 12/· yard.
7 /6 ,,
Mosaic do. ,,
White Glazed Tiles, from 6/6 yard.
U:EARTHS and PANELS tn great nriety. Special Prices for Work fixed complete. Competent Tile Fixers sent out.
See Colour11l Ilhl6trated Sheet of Designs iH "CONTRACTORS' COMPENDIUM," Section A, 1899.

Users of "The Compendium " would oblige by


.mentioning it as the source of their information
when communicating with the firms 1epresented
herein
50 FLOORING & WALL TILES & FAIENCE. [Sec. A.

~ S1=:1 Eit=I Ei1.=:J LZ '151E3 ~ G .~

~ I ~
~ ~
~ I
m TILeWORl_( 11tes reveJ<Y
0
m
Q\AA1QS'AIC KINDf0 rWALLS ill
nt:>t..1.,
ID
'L . ' for Fl®~ tteA([ttS D
CHURCH es o\A'fes ruR.: 0
~ swlher Butldi1:q,s ·······-······ til'TU~ &. .c.8J. .e: ~
Wm. BURTON, F.c.s., Manchester, 37 CROSS STREET· o
~ PARIS, u RUE MARI OTTE.
·~ CAPE TOWN, 37 CASTLE STREET. ~
~ AUSTRALIA, NEW-ZEALAND, & TASMANIA, ~
I Sole Agent: J. H. DOBBIE, Wynyard Buildings, I
~• Loridon Show :::ar:n::~::h:::,NEV. ~
~ 37 & 38 SHOE LANE, E.C.
L. a~· · ·•~· ,.~, -=<=lE'l==:t:1!S15;J< 1
Encaustic til~ Workst Pool~,
. . llllll . .
LOHDOH 0ff!CE AHD SHOWROOMS-
Jlrcbit~ctural Potr~rv, ".! Bamwortbv.
43, ESSEX STEEET, STRANO, W.C.
EST.A.BLIS:l-IEI> IS54 ,

.:
;
:i
. '! . .
:

"

The above illustration is a uggestion for the treatmen t of Staircase and Wall Decoration in Cart rs' Constructional FaieDcE

Sl'ECIAL DES IGNS l'REl'ARED FREE Of (OST OH RECE!l'T Of l'ARTJCULARS.

T/iis Decoratiou is also specially suitable for the exterior of Sh ops, H otels 1111d P11blic B 11 ilrli-11gs.
CARTER & CO~
Encaustic Tile Works, POOLE,
L OHDOH OFFI CE AN D 5H OW RO O/'\S-
. . AND . .
43, ESSEX STREET,
STRANO, W.C. Architectural Pottery, HAMWORTHY.

ESTABLISHED 1854.

li,tirnufocfunrs of tb~ru b~srr ip.tio n .of Jffo or, Q_Q.tnH nn'i:J >J:J ~ arty ffi; ifrs,
Ql m11n1c i,losnic mth Q.i;onstrnctio nal Jfatmn.

Containing a Large Variety of DESIGNS for

FLOORS, WAL L S, HEART H S, FA ! ENCE CH I MNEY-P I ECE S,


FEND E RS, CO NST RU CTI ONAL F A I ENC E, &C.,
Will be supplied Free on application.

PLATE No. 5lJ. HEREWITH.


All patterns on this plate in Best Quality at Works per square yard £0 5 6

PLATE No. lJ.7 HEREWITH.


No . F85 Faience Chimney Piece .. . 5 5 0
Fender ... 1 2 6
f 86 " Chimney Piece .... 6 0 0
" " Fender .. .. 0
f 45 " Chimney Piece .. .. 3 15 0
" " Fender .... 7 0
F43 " Chimney Piece ... . 12 10 0
" " Fender .. .. 12 6
" Hearths and Cheeks to match 12/6 per set.
I

PETROUS TILES.
In Red, Buff, Black, Grey and Chocolate make the most durable and attractive
pavements for public, or private buildings price per yard at works 0 4 6

€stimat¢S giu¢n for Cilu fiX¢d coml'l¢f¢ in anv l'art of tb~ world.
Plate E
CARTER & Co .,
LONDON OFFICE :
h RKS: POOLE
AND
ENCAUSTIC TILE WORKS, 43 , ESSEX STREET,
HAM WORTHY . STRAND , W.C .
POOLE. DORSET

No. 7104 No. 7105 No. 7106

No. 7109

No. 7110 No. 7112

ALLBU T & DA N IEL, LTD., LI THOS., HANLEY.

SC AL E : ~ INCH TO A F O O T.
Plate 41
¥ORKS-POOLE
CARTER & Co ., LONDON OFFICE:
AND ENCAUSTIC TILE WORK-8, 43, ESSEX STREET,
HAMWORTHY. STRAND, W.C.
POOLE. DORSET

Faience ]iantel Pieces, Fenoers, ~c. C:Chese can be *la~eo in any colors.
Desi*ns ~ JI.stimates for Structural Faience on application .

..'
I
I
I
'

+:>'
; ::
'

+'

170.f.43.

For prices see List.


50~

I ~ • I ~ ~
~ ~

MANUFACTURERS OF
TILES OF EVERY DE~CRIPTION
FOR WALLS OR FLOORS,
Buitablt for Churthts ~
€ntranrt 'Halls, l>ublit lauilhings,
Gonseruatorirs, ~atlls &r.,
PATTERN BOOKS & PRICE.5
(WITH SPECIAL DESIGNS If REQ~)
FREE ON APPLICATION.
SEE·OTHER·SIDE.
Sec. A.] VARIOUS BRICK, TILE & TERRA COTTA GOODS. 51'

Manufacturers of BEST BLUE STAFFORD_


SHIRE BRICKS for Public Works, and
the Principal Railway Cos. Bricks
for Stables, Pavements, Floors, &c. \.. ~ .. '
·c opings, Garden Edgings, &c. """~..,
:7j~ ~~·' 'bf>,,.
"··--:.::·....~ ,,,, ~~ ~~
................../~~,,,·<
• ,r ~~"-("~/
~~~ f<-'~ •
~\,,~ ~·S) d'• M•nnfa"um• ol
\.."' ~"~"'"001>:
<'b-(,0 The well-known
~.,..,,.,~~_,.,>""' " Leighswood" Pressed
t><'~''b-
•• ?>'I ..,.. Roofing Tiles, Ridges,
Finials, &c.

G. 'TUCKER & S
Teleg rams:-

London 0.(Jice- J:oughboro', oCeicesferslzire. " TUCKF.R'S, LOUGllJlORO'.


National Telephone :-
II

Moorgate Station Chambers, No. 9, Offices.


London, E.C. MANUFACTURERS Of ,, 2q, Works .

Best Red Leicestershire Facings, Hand J?ress n-·icJrn,' and Sand


Stocks of Even eolour.
Moulded Bricks to any pattern, both in Press and Sand Stock Surfaces.
Red Quarries, !Jin. by !Jin. to 12in. by 12in.
RED RIDGES, FLHT TILES, FL0WER P0TS.
'J liesefucings are used in St. Pancras IIotel, tlie Church House, Westminster, and other large worlcs at /wine ancl airoad, .

RED AND BUFF TERRA COTTA.


SPECIALITY.-Extr;o hud plastic Bricks for Sewers and Manholes, with new pattern
thin frog to mak e a right joint, as supplied by us to London District Councils and Cape
Town CorporatJ0; , &c.

S~MPLE'. S AND PRICE:-S SVB7'lltI TTED ON :A'.PPLIC~TION.

ILLVSTRHTED LISTS FREEl·


FtRCHITECTS' PC-SIGNS CH'.RR16D 0VT.
52 VARIOUS BRICK. TILE & TERRA COTTA GOODS . 1Sec. A.

ESTABLISHED 106 YEARS.

JOSEPH CLIFF & . SONS,


Branch of the LEEDS FI RECLA Y CO., Ltd.

woRKs, w..0RTLEV. Leeos . •, ,

GLAZED BRICKS, Hrcbitectural Cerra Cotta,


White, <:?oloured, and Salt Glazed. RED. GREY, BUFF, & SALT GLAZED.

PATENT PARTITION BRICKS. WORTLEY + FA°iENCE,


In Rich and Artistic Colours.
Patent Tiles for fixing on Walls,
Wood Partitions, etc. Glazed MOULDED STRINGS, etc.

t::elographic "C:el•pbone
11ddre.s.ses: number.s:

" Cliff.s, £on don,


£on don." "I)op, 631."

" Cliff.s,
mortley, l:teds."
Ii
£eeds,
"Central, 61:.."

"'Joscllffs, £\verpool,
£\verl)ool." "Central, 1887."

"IMDEUltIL" Porcelain Baths, FIRE BRICKS, ~~-9


~
5inks, Wash Tubs, Etc.
TILES, LUMPS, ETC.
FIRE CLAY LAVATORIES
Blue .Staffordshire 0oods.
- - - - A N D CLOSETS.
5TONEWAUE DRAIN DIPE5,
White and .Salt 0la~ed Urinals. Patent Traps, Gulleys, &c., &c.
= == == = = = · ~o=-~------~=-=--===========~=~==;=====I
BALTI<.~ WHARF, WATERLee BRIDGE, S.E.
Gt. Northern Goods Station, King's eross, N.
Li,verpool : LEEDS ST.
Sec. A.] VARIOUS BRICK, TILE & TERRA COTTA GOODS 53

BRllNeHES:
SANDFORD POTTERY, Wareham, Dorset. POTTERY, Wareham.
Tel ea-rams
ALSTON BRICKWORKS, Oldbury, Birmingham. { ALSTON BRICKWORKS, Oldbury,

HIGHEST AWARDS, GOLD AND SILVER MEDALS.

l\lanufacturers of

TILES
(Gia.zed, Floor, Mosaic, Etc.)

BRICKS
(Red, Buff, and Blue, Etc.)

TERRA-COTT A
(Red, Buff, or any colour).

STONEWARE PIPES
and SllNITllRY 1\PPL11\NeES, Etc.

P RICES. PATTERNS. & DESIGNS ON APPLICATJON.


54 VARIOUS BRICK, TILE & TERRA COTTA GOODS. [Sec . A ..

S. &E. C81JLIIER, READING


R.EADI NG TILES. MANUFACTU RERS OF THE CE LEBRATE D ~ED
Special attention is called to our Roofing Tiles, which are now made in nine varieties, viz.:
a RED S MOOTH -FACED MACHINE-MADE T ! LE . b RED SMOOTH-FACED MACHING-MADE TILE, with N ib s and Holes.
' A M ACH IN E- MADE SAN D-FACED TI LE. d P AT ENT RO UG H -F ACED M AC lll NE- M ADE TI LE. e A MACHINE-M ADE T ILE, Staine~
to a Dark Dun Colour . .f A MACHI NE-M AD E TIL E, Sta in ed to a S t rawbe rry C ol our. g A HAND-MADE SAND- FA CED TILE,
h A HAND-MADE SAND -FACED T I LE, w ith N i b~ & H o les . i SAND-FACED MACHINE-MADE TILE, with Nibs and Holes .

A LARGE VARIETY OP RED RIDGE TILES


->-!- O f the same Bright Co lou r, togeth er wi th Hip Ends a nd Intersections, to tit the differe nt Patterns and Pitches. *-
Selections from our List m a:r

Ridge Tile Finials a Speciality. be seen over leaf. • . _ , •.

ARtHITE~TURA1 TERRA tOTTA


For the Facing of Buildings of all kinds in R.ED WAR.E.
J9X ESTIMATES G I VEN FROM ARCHITECTS DRAWINGS. ~
S. & E. C. call specia l attention to the suitab ility of the beautiful RED tint of their clay for decorative T erra Cotta..

TH EY AL SO CALL AT T ENTI O N T O T l-!E : R.

MURU TIHS 1~JfDIN EY P~TS , !IR BRrnK0,~1I1~ HINE &H!J] M~ULDE] BRILK01RED RUBBER01ETD.
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Ridges .J.Vos. 39 ancl 40 are now stocl~ed in 120° .a11(l J35°, a71~l l l. ~.~ m1cl <l·i al.<JO i1'. l "LOei. and 11 rt>;, :ld. 11m· •'Ozf.11 ex f.rtt to above Prices.
No . 47 is also kept in 1 ~0° . przce 8/- 11er do;; . R1.l91:s to nrda 'i 1n, w n:1~, Od . po· dn::. fPe.t 1'.d ll?.
N ote .- In o rd erin g R idge Til es, please give the Num~er and the P it c h rcq~ired . In ? rder ing Finials . ple.:::.se g ive the Nurn.~er o~ botb
Orn a m en t and Base . a n d t he Pitch of t h P latter . The cost 1s ascertai ned by add in g the pr:cc o t t h e Orn amtnt to th a t of the Base. Chimney
Pot s a r e ta r riage paid t.J :_on~on, i.~ . , v..dth in a rad iu s of 1 2 miles of Char in g Cross ; o u tsi de t h is ~r ca p rices on a pplication .
COMPL ETE L I STS O N APP L ICATIO;;i .
[Sec. A. VARIOUS BRICK, TILE & TERRA COTTA GOODS. 55

s. E. COLLIER.
Manufacturers of the Celebrated Reading Red Tiles.
RE~DING.
Scale : 1 inch equals 1 ft. ROOFING &. VERTICAL TILES.

.~

DOOOOOOOClo:
1
6f in.
2 3 5 6 7 8 9 10

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12

~Ff Mt'i> ••••.. . Jnfm1af llngflna~~o~'.roclfot ~ifo; iept


GARDEN TILES.

28 2n 3n

S &: E. C. call attention to their small thin Tiles,


specially made for fine work, such as Bay
Windows and Porches, where the Tiling is close :
1P.
5n 29

is· GGG
:t:
2c 3c Sc
16
1own.
17
12 in.

to the eye. Gables, Eaves, Hips, Valleys·, Angles, i r 4 • ...


&c., to work with same in stock.
18 19
1150 lnfrl l o a 3 11u:ll gan,r;{t' , cov1'r our• squart' .
9in. 9in.
RIDGE TILES.

39 40 41 42 \111 ) 43
12 in . 12 in. itnd lS;in. 12 in . and lS~in . 12 in. 12 in. ~ 12 in.

45 :~46 ·17 48 49 50
18 in . Hin. 12 iu. ! 1~ in . !12 in. 12 in .

.51 52 58 55 56 7
li rn. Hin . 12 in. 12in. 12 in. 12 in.

58 .5 9 61 6Z> 64 00
t 2 in. 12in. 12 in . 12 in . 12 in . 12 in.

14
n40 39v 40r, 401· 56X 12 ins. & 18 ins .
Hip Ends and Intersections to any of the above Pattern Ridges kept in Stock. For PRICE LIST 'see oppos ite page .
1'lte above Nid!fe T ihs are ·m ade in 70n. 90°, 10U0 , arul K os. 39 'rmcl itO. 12 in . and 18 in . lonlJ ht 120 ° m1d 135(.,. l\:ros, 41 rmd 42 r11 ·p also made in 1200
56 VARIOUS BRICK, TILE & TERRA COTTA GOODS. Sec. A. ]

T e legra phic Address :


" COLLIER , READING. "
® TELEPHONE No . 92,
READING.

S. & E. COLLIER, READING,


Manufacturers of the Celebrated Reading Red Tiles.
Sec. A.] VARIOUS BRICK, TILE & TERRA COTTA GOODS. 57

S. &. E. COLLIER. REH.DING.


194

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4~
brw1al. lof<rn~I. J Oct~gl
"-t•rn•I Ansl<:> Iv• i'>~) m•<W

MURAL TILES.

i'l.8
:AIR BRICKS.
e 9· ,9

r,,"·~~·~~·~ta~
;. '
1,. "•"' r1'1
'lii!l'!iijl!liillllil!
364

367

CHIMNEY POTS.

n n
Scale ii inch to I foot.
477 &. 478
Fletcher's Patent
1-66
' \ Vacuum Chimney Pots,
' '

Q
Manufactured solely by
S. & E . COLLIER (Vide Testimonials). '
\ 4:)9

+67

48S ·.1

ii I
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4~7 477
58 VARIOUS BRICK, TILE & TERRA COTTA GOODS. [Sec. A.

J. ~- Goopett & Sons,


BRICK, TILE & TERRA COTTA WORKS,
~ PINKNEYS GREEN. MAIDENHEAD,~--+-
Offices: CASTLE HJL L, MAIDENHEAD.

MANUFACTURERS OF EVERY KIND Of

f?foin, jl2olded, and Ornamenfol ~ed l3ric~s.

ffoin ~ 0~nantenfal :f\oofin__g @iles, :Bid_gei, }l'inials, ~~osses, <!~imner f'ofi,


~op in gs, f a~ing l3riru, and ®iles, ~c

}1fso of <0erra Sloffa ~oods of e\1ef! :Description in 1\ed.

HESE Goods have long been noted for their high-class quality, rich colour, good design,
and finish, and exceptionally weather-resisting qualities, and are extensively used by
leading Architects in all parts of the Kingdom.
The greateat care is taken in the selection, washing, and mixing of the Clay; and
in the thorough burning of the Goods.

~RIBGES ANB FINIALS~


have always been, and are now, our Speciality, but a

THOROUGHLY GOOD HAND-MADE PRESSED FACING BRICK


fa now being made from a new bed of exceptionally fine Clay-a brick capable of sustaining great
weight, non-absorbent, with sharp acrises, good shape, and colour.
To meet the keen competition in this, as in all other Manufactures, we have modified
our prices wherever we have found it possible to do so, without in any way detracting from the
quality or finish of the Goods.

COMPLETIE CATALOGUE WITH PRICE8 011 APP'LICATION.

Full-Size D:rawings and Sections Supplied If Desired.


Sec. A. ] VARIOUS BRICK, ~.TILE & TERRA COTTA GOODS. 59
60 VARIOUS BRICK, TILE & TERRA COTT A GOODS. [Sec. A.
1
Tn.coAAPHllie AooREss ·- ' SANt'FARY, PAISLEY ." Tr:LS::PHONE No. 27, PAISLEY. Po sTAt.. AooRt:ss-PAISLEY.

ROBERT BROWN & SON,


FERGUSLIE WORKS. PAISLEY, .
M a1111facturers of . . . ·
Sanitary and Plumbers' .Ji;arthenware of every description, including Lavatories, Urinals, Closets, Plug Basins, Tip-up Basins, &c., &c.
WHITE and COLOURED ENAMELLED BRICKS and SCONE TILES for external and internal work, of the most superior finish an,\
lustre, in all colours, jncluding White, Cream, Ivory, Blue, Brown, Yellow, Black, Drab, Green, Turquoise, Buff, &c., &c.; ~nd DOUBLE-
DIPPED VITRIFIED BRICKS, now largely specified .
SINKS and WASHING TUBS in White Enamel, Superior Brown Glaze, Fine Yellow Glaze, and Double-Dipped Vitrified Glaze with
ENAMELLED SUPPORTS or PEDESTALS for same . FIRECLAY & EARTHENWARE CLOSETS of app roved and recent de;ign s.
SPECIALLY GLAZED FIRE-CLAY PIPES , SEWAGE GAS_TRAP_S, Facin g-, Stable, an_d all k_inds ofFire Bricks, Cattle and Pig'I'roughs ,
Horse l\'Iangers, C1sterns, Ornamental Ch1mr1 ey Cans, Garden Borders 0£ vanous d esigns, ]!""loormg and Ridge 1.'lles, Gas Retorts, Flower Va81;::- and Stands .
Ch:~nnel, Invert Sewer, B~Te Outter A.~cl Fu1·n.a.ce .Block~, Ground Fircclay, and every description of l!.,ireclay Goods of tl1 finest ,,uality. Manufacturers of
Barh a m's Patent Smoke Preventin g Chimney C a n. ·
M a nufac turers of th e "Waverley" Sewage Traps, '' Tron" Branches and Bends, w:th Ins pection Chamber and Keith's ·atent
Water-T 1sting ~nd Flu s hing Sewage Gas Traps.
See Two Page Illustrated Advertisement, Architects' Compendium, under" Sanitary Manufactures,'' Section M.

mark's c~v Brick, en~, Pil'~ and Pott~ry works, n~ar £oltb¢St¢r.
w. H. COLLIER, Manufacturer of
RED & WHITE FACINGS, SPLAYED, BEADED, & ALL KINDS of MOULDED BRICKS to ANY DESIGN.

BRIMSTONE PAVIORS,
Stable Clinkers, 9 in. x 4~ in. x 2~ in. Floor Bricks, 9 in. x d in . x 2 m.

~l· STOCK FH:.CINCS. ·t~


SAND FACED & WIRE CUT BRICKS FOR INTERNAL WORK.
CJ'
PLAIN TILES (Hand Made, Sand Faced).
....6"X RIDGE AND FINIAL TILES. ~
Pan Tiles, Corrugated Tiles, Agricultural Draining Pipes, Ornamental and Plain Garden Tiles.
FLOWER POTS AND GARDEN WARE.

FOR CEMENT P~~INC:

J9)C WASHED STONES, SHINGLE, AND · SAND. ~


THOROUGHLY WASHED AND READY FOR USE.

EAST KENT-------

B R /CK# SAND & GRA VE.L


COMP.~N'V, LIMITED.
SEND FOR PRICE LISTS. ASK FOR SAMPLES.

Red • BR I c KS for Facings, Stocks, Grizzles, Place, cJtters, Paving BR I c KS


Sharp • SAND 'for Building, Moulding Sand, Washed Sand, Silver SAN D
Binding GRAVEL for Paths, Stone for Roads,
Washed Shingle 'for Conc~·ete, Red
GR AVE L
vVorlis: 1Ycrr r S . E. Stotion. CANTER8URY 0
O{jice : 22 Stat."un R oa d.
Sec. A,] VARIO US BRICK, TILE & TERRA COTTA GOODS. 61
}3rick anc C:ile
EUST ANCE & COLLEY, )Vlanufacfurers,
--7+~
ESTABLISHED
1884. FORDINGBRIDGE, Hants.
Best Red and White Sand Facings, Wirecuts, Pressed, Moulded and E)rnamentaJ
Bricks, and String eourses.
VERTI CA L T ILE S, ROOFING TILES, CHIMN EY POTS, R I DGES, FLOWER POTS, ETC .

.A9>( PATENT PLASTER SHEETS for Walls, eeilings, Partitions, etc. ~

FULL PARTICULARS AND PRICES ON APPLICATION.

HUTCHIN.SON BROTHERS,
Contract ors to the Crown Agents for the Coionies , and Agent for the East Howle Colliery
(Carlton Iron Co., Ltd.).

GRANGE ROA·o WEST, Iatlonal Telephone,


Telegrams :
. "Blag,"Mlddlesbro',
II
\\
I Ho . B,242.

~ MIDDLESBROUGH,
WILL QUOTE, ON APPLICATION, FOR
FIRE BRICKS, FIRE CLAY, LUMPS, PLATE BRICKS, CHIMNEY LININGS, COPINGS.
SUPERIOR RED PRESSED FACING AND MOULDED BRICKS.
BEST GLAZED GOODS of all kinds, including-
WHITE AND COLOURED BRICKS, CANE, BROWN, AND WHITE SINKS,
GLAZED CHANNEL AND STABLE BRICKS, PIG AND CATTLE TROUGHS,
SANITARY PIPES, CHIMNEY TOPS, BATH TILES,
SALT-GLAZED SEWER BOTTOMS AND CULVERT BRICKS,
MAINSFORTH AND SETTLE LIME, PORTLAND, ROMAN, AND OTHER CEMENTS,
ADAMANT, CARLISLE AND KEEN'S PLASTER.
Plaster Laths, Long Winter Hair, Nails, Staffordshire Goods, Slates,
Peyton's Champion Chimney Pot, absolute cure for smoky Chimneys.
~ NOTED LOCK AND GRIP, SCORIJ.E, AND OTHER PAV.ORS.
LARGEST CRUSHERS OF

.-,.. BEST SE~ECTED SLHG. +--


FINE FOR CONCRETING. BROK.EN FOR ROADS. ANNEALED FOR GARDEN WALKS.

Best Annealed Concrete Flags, Sills, Curbs and Coping.

The FELB~IGGE Bl{ICK and TILE WOl{KS.


Superior Red Facing Bricks, Hand Made and Pressed.
S1\ND=F1\eED
Moulded and Enriched Bricks of Every Description Made
TO STOCK PATTERN, OR TO ARCHITECT'S DESIGNS.

ROOFING TILES. RIDGES. FINIALS. COPINGS.


T/1ese uoods are noted for their high-class quality, i•ich colour and finis/:.
Put on truck Grea.t Eastcn~ or Midland & Great Northem 'joint Railway. Samples and Prices upon application.

1 GEORGE RICHESt Church St.t CROMERt NORFOLK.


62 VARIO US BRICK, TILE & TERRA COTT A GOODS. [Sec. A.

11 Manufacturers of all kinds of


SANITA~Y WAQ.E~ .
CHIMNEY POTS,
WHITE GLAZED
BIUCKS.

flrchifeclural

~Terru-coua
IN

Buff, Grey, Taw11y, and R~d.


The whole of the Terra /Cotta for the Na.tural History Museum
South Kensington, and the interior of the Victoria. Law Courts'.
Birmingham, supplied by GIBBS & CANNING. Other examples

_______
of our work mav be seen in Manchester, York, Preston, Brighton,
Maidstone, Bristol, Portsmouth: Yarmouth, Cambridge, Bromley,
Burton, Birmingham, and other important towns.
.._..

Estimates civen
from Architects'
deSiJrnS and ...
specifications .
Sec. A.] VARIOUS BRICK, TILE & TERR~ COTTA GOODS. 63
•• THE • .

l\llADELEV WOOD COIVIPANV,


Manujacturcrs oj

BROSELEY ROOFING TILES


(Machine Made by Most Modern Process)
IN RED . BRINDLED, STRAWBERRY. BROyYN AND BLUE COLOURS.

BRAND-" IRON, SALOP."


Plain and Ornamel')tal R._idge Tiles, fil')ials, liip, Valley and ~ngle Tiles,
Best White faciQg Bricl<,s, PliQths, &c., fire Bricks. flooring Squares in
R..ed, Blue and Buff Colours. and all l<,inds of Brick.-l{iln Goods.

WHEN ORDERING RIDGli, HIP, OR VrlLLEY TILES, THE f>J{CH OF THE IWOF SHOULD
Bli GIVEN.

Price Lists, Pattern Sheets, and Full Particulars on application.

2
TELEGRAMS'.
~STABLISHED 1817. 'TILERIES. STOKE-ON-TRENT.• •
TELEPHONE:

THOMAS WI LLIAf\llS:o .ANC.


Basford and Trent Vale
. Tileries,
STOKE·ON·TRENT.

Manufacturer of Blue, Red, and Broseley Coloured Ridge and


Roofing Tiles (a Speciality), Garden Tiles. Wall Coping,
Blue, Red, and Buff Floor Quarries-Also Plain and
Encaustic Tiles

l Oi\ C' O~I . F.


64 VARIOUS BRICK, TILE & TERRA COTTA GOODS. [Sec. A.

PATENT BOILER SEATINGS


with ANGULAR CONT ACT.

12."

BOILER SEAT.

BOILER COVERING SLAB.


U.I
:c
I-
Made 1211 to 20 11 Fire.

GRATE BACKS, TO ANY PATTERN. FLUE COVER.


~~~~~~~~~~~~-

·E. J.&J.PEARSON,Ld.,
~1· ST0VRBRIDGE. ·l~
INCREASED HEATING SURFACE.

NO PORTION
PERFECT

INSPECTION. OF BOILER

PLATES
NO DEPOSIT
HIDDEN BY
OF
FLUE DUST. BRICKWORK.

FIRE FIRE
TILES. LUMPS.
Sec. A. J VARIO US BRICK, TILE & TERRA COTTA GOODS. 65

GLAZED BRICKS and TILES.


( W!titt and Coloui:ed.)
l .Sanitary
Buff Building Brick.s.
Tubes (\'.:'·;~. ), Gulleys, &Ci
0
SALT GLAZED BRICKS. I D.itto,with .Stanford's .Joint.
51mpson's Patent Improved .5treet
MAJOLICA G!.AZED BRICKS. Gulleys.
(For S!top Fronts, &c.) ,, Duplex" .System of Drainage.

Pattnt Reyed-bach Cites (see below). .Sinks.


White and Buff Glazed Channel.s,
6la1ed and Salt-6la1ed fenders. fire &ricks, &locks, Boiler 5eatings,
1 and EVERY DESCRIPTION OF FIRE CLAY GOODS.

~ ·BRANCH OF· THE LEEDS FIRECLAY f:~q~~

GL1\ZEO 1\NO
51\LT GL1\ZEO
BRl~KS. ~

NEW PATENT KEYED-BACK TILES


(Patent No. 508).

Fig 2. Fig. I Fig. 3. Special attention is drawn to these Tiles,

l~
~u
which are for use as Dadoes, and as Wall and
------ Ceiling Linings to new or existing buildings. It
-- ---~
------ ---........... ------ --
is absolutely impossible for them to fall out or
Fig. 1.-Plan of Back of Tile. move in any direction after fixing. San1ples and
Fig. 2.-Section in Centre of Tile.
Fig. 3.-Section at End of Tile.
further particulars on application.
~-'-'~_,._~~.-V""-'-'""'_,._~~.-V"'~~

-~ SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED PRICE LISTS AND SAMPLES. ·1=;-


Televaphlc Address-" ENAMEL. LP.P.D.S."
GG VARIOUS BRICK, TILE & TERRA COTTA GOODS . [Sec . A.

G. WOOLLISCROFT &SON, L10.


HANLEY, STAFFS.

FOR

TILES WALLS, FLOORS AND ROOFS,


HEARTHS, STOVES, FURNITURE, &c.

"jronsfone-fidanzaqf,, aqd "cfruria-'ijydraulic."

M0S.1\JeS, eeramic, Marble, Glass and Venetian.

••,F1\iENeE tt & TERRA e0TT1\,


For Internal and External Work.

'' VET R Q PAKE,'' The new Ecclesiastical Decoration ; also Stained Glass,
Fresco Painting, Wood, Marble, Wrot Iron, Della Robbia,
and all Church Decoration.

FACING, PAVING & STABLE


SPECIAL CARRIAGEWAY PAVING BRICKS.
~

Red and Blue Staffordshire Goods.


ROOF TILES, COPINGS Pressed by our Patent Machine.
RIDGES, VALLEYS, HIPS, FINIALS. &c. ~
uG">( SANITARY Gooos AND APPLIANCES.
Telegrams: "W oolliscroft," Hanley. •'Blizzard," London . Telephone: No. 26 Potteries District.
Sec. II. ] V1\Rlt)US BR((~K, TILE, & TERRA <20TTII G~eos. 67

ALL GOODS ARE MADE IN' BLUE, RED, BROWN', AND BUFF COLOURS.

Telegraphic
"WHEATLY, Address :
TRIENTV/4Lr<:." w HEAT LY & c 0 0
'

Springfield Tileries, NEWCASTLE, STAFFS.


The Works are situated in North Staffordshire, so justly celebrated for its fine Marl deposits, containing
peroxide of iron, which, fluxing during the process of firing, gives that impervious body so well-known as
Staffordshire Blue.
The Red and Buff Goods are made from carefully-selected Marls, of dense and Adamantine character, and
are of great durabil ity.
Roofing Tiles can be supplied in Blue, Red, or any shade of Brown, and will be found extremely durable,
resisting all influence of the weather and chemical action of the atmosphere .

FLOORING TILES.
PRESSED ORDINARY QUALITY.
REG I STERED N o. CJ
J\'o r Red and Blue. Bu.ff'.
TRADE MARK.
4x4x; QUARRIES, 30/- 32/6 per 1,000
6 x6x l ,, 42/6 47/6 "

0 PRESSED
9x9xl:J-
9 x oxlI
12 x 12 x 1}
CROWN
95/- 105/-
1101- 130/-
250/- 300/-
QUALITY
"
"

cf}
Red nwl Wu P. llt\{/'.
4x <l,x}i QUARRIES, 02/(i 37/6 per 1,000
6x6xl 47/0 52/6 No :3
No. 2 7~x 7 ~x l i\ " 65/- 75/- "
W&C 9 x 9 x l{ 105/- 120/ "
PRESSED DOUBLE-CROWN QUALITY.
Retl awl B711P. B11u·.
4x <I x ~ QUARRIES, 40/- <1.5/- per 1,000 BORDE.RS
6x6x1 ,, 60/- 70/-
9x9xlt ,, 120/- 140/-
6x6 x l HEXAGOX, 70/- 80/· Not. 21
6 x 6 x l OCTAGON, l go/ l00/-
No . 3
2 ~x2kxl DOTS, j -
6x <1 x 1 STR[PS. 40/- 45/-
6 x3 x l 35/- 40/- " " No, 24
6x2 x1 27/6 32/6
6xl~xl 22/6 27'6

ROOFING TILES.
UNDER fl/[)(;[ Oii TOP CO/IRS£ Tit.£

305

VENTILATING TIL£

~.~
-: '·.'"'
',t ~
N'o. ;{01 40/- 42/6 per 1.000
;~Oil, 305, 30(;
;{0:2,
BlO, 310A
42/G
40/-
45/- "
~~(6 "
7~ .,,
311 SO/- 8v, - ,, ~ 14

3H ;;d. ;~d. each


306
68 V1lRit)US BRJ(~K, TILE, & TERR1l eeTT1\ Ge0DS. [Sec. 1\,

WHEATLY & · Co., Springfield Tileries, Newcastle, staffs.


ALL GOODS ARE MADE IN BLUE, RED, BROWN, AND BUFF COLOURS.

GROVED RIDGE ORNAMENTS.


17

II
4

18
8

FAST TOP RIDGES.

113
103

104 160 IOB

N o. 1 2/6 each. No. 103 Sd. each No. 198 7/6 ea ch .


,, 2 1/2 ., 104 Sd. ,, 202 7/6 ,, 12.2
1/1 ,, 108 Sd . ~04 15/-
" 8 lOd. " 113 Sd. " 2-05 "
" 11 !J/-
lOd. 115 7d. 212 10/6
" 17 1/1 ,, 117 Od. ,, <114
" " 5/-
" 18 1/2 ,, 122 IJd. ,, 22;~ 5/
lll7 Od.

127

117
RIDGE FINIAL.

214
223

198 204

202
Sec. 1\.] V1\RI0US BRU2K, TILE, & TERR1\ eeTT1\ G00DS. 69

WHEATLY & Co., Springfield Tileries, Newcastle ~ staffs.


ALL GOODS ARE MADE IN BLUE, RED, BROWN, AND BUFF COLOURS.

NIP nLI
HIP, VALLEY, GABLE, AND WALL TILES.
AIR BRICKS ;

~u. r11.E rcw llPNl&HT riuNC

.Qiii·~
87
312
88

No. 312 3ld . each. X o. 87 3d. each.


313 3,d. " " 88 3d.
315 3d. " 89 6d.
:~18 3~d. " 90 1/-
" 317 50/- per l ,flOO. ,, 01 3/6 .•

RIDGE TILES . ROLLCD Rl!XE

DIAGRAM SHEWING PITCH OF RIDGE TILES

GROOVED R!Dt:E

64

VENTILATING RIDGE TILES.


65

80

79 86

No. 00 6 in . wings :3fcl. eacll. No. SO id . each.


61 :3j d. 81 1/-
., ()2 ;* ]. ., ~2 1/-
63 7 in. 7d. 83 1/6
64 ., 7d. ., 84 '2/-
,, ()5 7 x 5 in. ,, ,id. 83 '2./6
,, 66 as two Ridges. 86 3/- "
67 " 70 :?./()
"
70 V1\Rl0US BRH..~K, TILE, & TERRl\. eeTTl\ G00D5. [Sec. 1\.

WHEATLY & Co., Springfield Tileries, Newcastle staffs.

ALL GOODS ARE MADE E\ BLUE. RED, BROWK, AND BUFF COLOURS.
----------------- ---
If£ AIJ£1i' PLIN7"H INrERNAJ. AN'1.fi Pl.INTN
~ -.-··-;- · ~

~~<'"; BRICKS.
331
33$

STVPS rtJR MOULDED BRICKS Bllt.L NOSUJ

3'38 33>

348

WINDOW SILLS
BEST BJ_JUE BRICKS. 540 341
Nos. 3:30, :i31 iO/ · per 1,00().
332, 333 I Jd . each
3i:l~. 83:), :33(j 70(. per 1,000
:iilH. :3-IO, 311 2cl. eacli.
311 ild.
5];) 4cl.
.. 5lli 11d. '
" 517 2d. "
" 473 4jcl . " 473
!J x 4~ x iJ BUILDlNC 05/- pe1· 1.000.
CllAMFERED CL!NK£FI
BLUE VITRIFIED STABLE PAVING AND KERB 8RlCKS
8 P.fNCLL£JJ

454>

452 453

URGE Jl"NOTT£JJ PAYING


No~. 4:i0, 4i1111, -li\'I (J7/li per J .000
<ii'i:i 07 '(i "
45-la :-l2 'l' ' '
510 3jcl. each.
,, 5UI· 4Jd .
51:1 6)cl. "
455 10 x 5 x l'. 62/G per 1.000
45li1 9 x 4-1- x <;
<li'iS f " - 50/- "
ii18 :l\cl. each.
5d.

- - - - -l2 - - - - - - -~
614

No. G02 7 x 7 -
~'° per 1 000. N0. 600 12 x 7 95 '· per 1,000.
9 x 71 77/6
" ,,
.. 610 9:.-7 s;; -
(i()-1 7 x 7 50 '- " 6U l2 x 8 lHO.'-
!J x 7\ Ti 'fi ,. G17 9xn /"j/(i
no:- !l x H 90.- ..
.,.
71

5ee al.so Summary of Contents, page 1.

Section B.
fells, Silica1c conon,. ana Non-.conducrors.
cemenrs, Limes, ic.
Asphalles, ,Tar Pa\ling, ic.
s1a1es and Slating.
F IRMS REPRESENTED IN THIS SECTI ON.
PAGE PAGE PAG
D., & SoN ,
AND ERSON, Ln . 72A-·720 INGRAM & CLARKE 83 OAKELEY SLATE QuARRIE~ C o. , L o ••• 87
BROADBENT & Co. .. 86 H ., & SONS,
PAirnv , Lo. ·
I NTERNATIONAL ASP TI ALTE Co . 84 So
B RO ADBENT , J. C., & Co., L D .. . . . 73- 74 J ONES, F ., & Co .•• n. 78 PrLKINGTON & Co. 85
CAFFERATA & Co. 79 LA.wFoRo & Co .•• 85 POOLE BROS . . •• 75
DAVIF.S BROS. ••' 86 L I MMER A sPHALTE PAV ING Co. , Lo . 84 PoRTMAOoc SLATE Co ... 88
& SONS, LD.
E LLJ S, J OHN, 80 LOCKWOOD, HAMOR 72 P1:nTCHARD & Co. 88
E NGERT & ROLFE, LD . . . 75 , LONDON ASBESTOS Co . .. 75 Ro:BERTS, ADLARD & Co. 87
F AL DO, T HOMAS •• 84 MATHEWS, ERNEST, & Co. Bo, 87 RUGBY l:'ORTLAND CEMENT Co . 83
F RENCH ASPHALTE Co .•• 84 M CNEILL, F., & Co . 78A-780 TUXFORD, J. G . · .. 88
G RE AVES, BULL & L AKIN L D. 81 NELSON, c., & Co. , Lo. 82 WrLLESOEN PAPER & CANVAS WORKS,
H AWKINS & SON.. I ' · ' So NORTH WALES S LATE Co,. 86 ' Lo . ••

--. - ~---- ----


...........

'
BUILDERS~ ANNOUNCJ:~ENTS,
'2ommencing on page 392, showing the class of work various
Building Firms are accustomed to undertake, are a valuable guide
to 1\rchitects when placing contracts for the erection of Buildings, &c.
72 [Sec. B
~ ------

Worker
ASHTON NEW ,ROAD, BRADFORD;
PHILIPS PARK ROAD, BESWICK;
HAMOR LOCKWOOD,- ·
· (Telephone No. 1129) Head Offices- (Est. 11162)
VICKERS ST., MILES PLATTING;
AND 49, Blackfriars Street, Manchester.
SACKVILLE ST., MANCHESTER. SOL!t PATENTtttt AND MANUFACTURER OF

Limmer Asphalting, WATERPROOF COURSING FOR RAILWAY VIADUCTS, ARCHES,


Limestone Asphalt, BRIDGES, ROOFS, &o.
CONCRETE & EXPANDED METAL WIZH CHANNEL SYSTEM
Concrete Engine Beds,
Fireproof B.oilding, Ooncretiniq, Ironwork, Artificial Stone Work, and
Asphaltic Concrete
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF CONCRETING, ASPHALTING, &c.
for Steel Troughs, &c., Estimates Free. Pamp!tlets sent 011 Apjlication.
Prevents Rust. CONTRACTOR TO HER MAJESTY'.5 OOVERNMENT.

risers of " 'The Compe.ndjum)" would


ob/jge by mentjo.njn,_g jf os the source of
thejr jnfarmotjo.n when commu.qjcotjng wjth
the fjrms represented herein.
fOR COVERING
STEAM BOILERS, REFRIGERATORS.

PIPES AND CYLINDERS, ICE-HOUSES,

COLD WATER PIPES, BREWERY CELLARS,


!=TANKS--. WINE ROOMS,
AN D CtSTEflNS. BULKHEADS AND
DECKS.

1t~

FOR PUGCl'NG FLOORS AND LINING WALLS IN BUILDINGS.


To Prevent the Radiation of Heat ; Freezing ; to Deaden Sound ; and Arrest
the Spread of Fire.
Book of Instructions, fully illustrated with Scale Drawings, sent free on appllcatlon •

.-----· •
LAGAHWORKS.BELFAST&812,0LD FORD ROAD, BOW, LDHDON,E
THRE,E METHODS OF APPLYING
ANDERSON'S
S1 LI CATE CoTTONt oR SLAG wool,
For SOUND, and FIRE-PROOFING BUILDINGS.
(AS SHOWN .I N SKETCH)

APPLICATION TO ROOFS.
Between rafters fix match boards in same way as soun.d-
boarding shown in floor below, leaving a simih.r space of
r or r~ inches, which fill with Silicate Cotton.
It will be necessary to fix horizonjt al strips of wood about
every two feet, to prevent the Cottcjn sliding down, which
it otherwise naturally would do on a sloping plane.
Felt may then be placed over the rafters and spaces filled
with the Cotton. This will prevent any damp getting in.
Outside the felt, fillets of wood are run along rafters to
raise the tile-fillets sufficiently to dispense with their being
increased in depth ; the tile-fillets are then nailed to rafters
through the felt, and tiles fixed as usual.
The section of roof, a portion having tiles stripped, fully SKHCH SECTION OF ROOF
illustrates this. WITH TILES RI.MOVED
This method applies to slate roofs as well.
Cost same as Pugging (see belo<.vi.
--t-~..i(;-+-

APPLICATHJN AS PUGGING.
For this purpose, the loose Silicate Cotton, being .com-
pletely Vt.rmin-proof, has many advantages over ordinary
Pugging materials, which are usually applied damp, a space
being left for evaporation. This can be dispensed with by
using Silicate Cotton·, which is applied dry.
The soi.md-boards cq.n be brought within r~ inches (or - FLOOR BoAADIHG
whatever thickness it is proposed to pug) of the flooring,
thus increasing the air-space between ceiling and sound-
boards, and consequently adding to the required result of
non-conducting.
To prevent sound travelling through the joists, a strip of
felt should be placed along them, and the boards nailed upon
this. The cost is very small, and the result satisfactory .
The cost of Silicate Cotton for this purpose is about r~d.
per square foot, r~ inches thick.
Section of seco"ld .floor illustt-atcs this method.
Silicate Cottor. being so light, can be applied as
Pugging upon the ceiling laths, thus dispensing with
sound-boards ; but this method is not so effectual as that
described above.
-~..i(;-+- Wooo BLOCK FLOOR

APPLICATION IN WIRE NETIINC.


(i.e., Silicate Cotton made up in slabs between Galvanized SCALE J-INCH TO 1 FOOT
Wire Netting.)
Making a perfeotly FIRE and SOUND-PROOF FIOOI:'· SKETCH SHOWING METHOD OF APPLY IN G SILICAT,J::
COTTON TO BUILDINGS.
The Silicate Cotton is formed into slabs (see Price List on next page) by placing it sandwich fashion between ordinary
wire netting, in suitable widths and lengths. :
These slabs are attached to the under-side of joists, and fillets of wood nailed or screwed through them to the joists.
The laths are nailed across, and the space allowed by the fillet~ leaves ample keying-room for plaster.
The slabs being so light, no increase in sizes of scantlings is required.
Section of first floor illustrates this method.
SEE ALSO SPECIAL BOOK OF INSTRUCTIONS, FREE BY POST.
MANUFACTURED BY
FELTS~
0. ANDERSON & SON, LIMITED.
FELT, either Roofing, Sarking, or lnodorous, should be placed
under all Slates, Tiles, °\v-1\Pt ,.,4Rtt: and Zinc upon Roofs.
Being a non-conductor, it prevents radiation of cracking, stops uamp from making its way into the
heat in Summer, and the escape of it in Winter. It house. Its extreme Cheapness makes the extra
makes a better bed for Slates or Tiles; and being cost of no account when the great benefit and com-
perfectly Waterproof, in case of Slates shaking or fort derived from its use are considered.

ON EVERY YARD. ON EVERY ROLL.

ROOFING FELT. '9e-c 1sn.1>-t-\l FOUNDATION FELT, OR DAMP COURSE,


Makes a light, durable, cheap, and permanent Roofing Made in strips of 2 ft . 8 ins. long, in widths to suit the
of itself; and being a non-conductor of he.a t, when placed various thicknesses of walls, is the most effectual preventive
under Slate or Metal Roofs, it resists alike the extremes of against damp rising from fo undations; and being of fibrous
heat and cold. When used along with the Asphalte laici on nature, is not liable to crack through the unequal subsidence
Brick Arches, Platforms, or Floors, it prevents cracks or of walls or other causes.
fissures and leakage. Price r~d. per square foot . The following sizes are
In rolls of 25 yards, 32 ins. wide, price Sd. per running usually kept in stock :
yard, or rd . per square foot.
4t x 32 I r4 x 32 I 23 x 32 I3c x 32
SLATERS' OR SARKINC FELT. 9 x 32 r8 x 32 27 x 32 36 x 32
A Felt of the same character as Roofing Felt, but thinner
in substance and more pliable, and for this reason easier BITUMINOUS INODOROUS FELT.
worked under Slates. For use under Slates and Corrugated Iron, to equalize
Price 6d. per running yard, or ~d. per square foot. temperature.
For keeping out damp and moisture, and deadening
FELT VARNISH. sound.
Sd. per gallon. In boxes of 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 gallons, Price Sd. per running yard, 32 ins. wide, or rd. per
or barrels of 25 gallons. square foot .

NON-CONDUCTORS.
DRY HAIR FELTS, . NON·CONDUCTINC SILICATE CLOTH,
For clothing Boilers and Steam Pipes to preserve Being Silicate Cotton woven on Cloth Backing
the heat; covering Water Pipes and Cisterns to (see annexed illtt~tration), i~ .the h~ndiest, and,
exclude the frost ; and lining under roofs, &c., being a perfect msulator, ism reahty the cheap-
to equalize the temperature. est non-conductor obtainable.
Per square foot.
In sheets : size, 34 X 20 ins. Pipe covering-
Weight Per Yarn Warp, 4 ins. wide, r in. thick, Sd.
No. about Sheet. Wire . 8jd.
o. For Roofs, &c. i lb. 6d.
I. u II •• I tt 7d. Boiler Covering-
2. u ,, • • •. If ,. gd. Yarn Warp, rz ins. wide, xj ins. thick, 8d.
3. ,. Water Cisterns, Pipes, &c. 2 ,. IId. Wice gd.
4. ,. Steam Boilers and Pipes 2~ ,. r/ r Packed in cases containing about 50 square feet.
5. ,. Large Boilers, &c. 3 ,. r/3
Also in long lengths.
ANDERSON'S PATENT HAIR FABRIC.
A cheap and convenient method of applying
Dry Hair to Pipes, &c., the Hair being com-
SILICATE COTTON SLABS, bined with Cloth Backing, as shown in annexed
(Being Silicate Cotton sandwiched between Gal- illustration, for winding round Pipes, which can
vanized Wire Netting), for use where the loose be done very rapidly by any unskilled labourer.
material cannot be conveniently applied. FOR PIPES AG.A.INST WALLS, it is manu-
r in. thick, 6d.; rt ins., Sd.; 2 ins., 1od.; factured with a margin of canvas, and in this way
2j ins., r/-; 3 ins., r/2 per square foot. Ll~l~~~~fJ can be nailed upon each side, enclosing the Pipe.
Size of Slabs according to requirements. Kept in stock in lengths about 24 ft. long and
4 in. wide, r in. thick. Price 4d. per square foot.

PLASTERERS', FOUNDRY, BARGE, AND CLEAN COW HAIR.


We would respectfully request Architects to specify, and Bi~ilders to use, our Felts, to ensure a genuine article,
as muclt Felt of inferior quality is offered, tlte use of wlticlt only brings the artide into disrepute.
More durable than iron. Cheapest for all spans up to 100 Feet.
Thousands of references.
,.

0. Anderson & Son, Ltd.,


LAGAN WORKS. BELFAST,
AND

812 OLD FORD ROAD, Bow, . LONDON. E.


FELTS, SILICATE COTTONS, ETC.

de 2Jroad/Jent&ri£/11
Wo~s. &HAzLEHEAD NR~HEFFIEL
o pcAR Q
l "'e poRTLAND HousE.73 BAsINGHALL S'.,
LONDON,E.C.

Entered a~ S~ationers' HaH. RfO.


874

APPROXIMATE PRICES.
Loose at about 3/ gper Square Foot, 1" Thick.
Sandwiched lJetween Wire Netting in Slabs,
5d per Square Foot, 1" Thick.
In Cloth Strips, 24' O"Long,4'Wide, 8d per Sq. Foot. ·
For Covering Pipes, etc.
Combined with Plaster in Slabs,
7d per Square Foot.

-
flf<~-fffl~lll1
·- ~~--- · ·
Showing the application of Slag Wool for sound proofing in flool's . partitions.
gin roofs.to pl"event racjiation of heat. or cold, 1t also illustrates the mode of
applying it for hot and cold water pipes, eitheY for stopping sound or heat and
preventing freezing .
Sec. BJ FELTS, SILH.~7\TE eoTT0N & N0N=e0NDUeT0RS. 75
Thirteen Prize Menals awardeu for Engert & Rolfe's Felts.

Tele![raf>kic
Address-
11 FELTING$,
LONDON. "

Contractors to Iler Mn.j esty's Governmen t, a.nd to the },ronch, Italian, Russian, and Danish Governments.

ENGERT & ROLFEJ LTD.,


FELtT WOR~S, 13HJ~Cf1ESTE~ STREET, POPLtAR, LtONOON,
MANUFACTURERS OF
ASPHALTED ROOFING
BITUMINOUS (inodorous)
SARKING (or Slater's)
HAIR FELT FOR COVERING STEAM BOILERS 1 PIPES ' &C ., Or for Lining Roors, made in Long Lengths by 3ft. wide, or in
Sheets 34 In. by 20 In.

HAIR FELT WITH CANVAS BACKING, for Steam and


HOT OR COLD WATER PIPES.
Made in lengths 25 ft. long by 4 ins. wide, price 4d. per square foot. Easily applied, effective, and neat in appearance.
SLAG WOOL or SILIC A'.rE COTTON, -;~~;~~~~d~c-ti;g";;~ci ;;;i;~ti;~~fi;~~ble material for Pugging Floors, &c.

Sole Manufacturers of the FIBROUS ASPHALTE (Anti-Damp Course) for FOUNDATIOI~


· WALLS, to prevent damp from rising.
....;=1· NONE GENU I NE UNLESS STAMPED WITH OUR TRADE MARK ·I~

ALL DESCRIPTIONS
ASBESTOS. USEFUL IN BUILDING CONSTRUCTION.

MILLBOARD, PAPER, CLOTH, FIBRE, POWDER.


FIREPROOF CURTAINS .F OR THEATRES.

Asbestos Cloth, Fibre-filled Jackets, & Asbestos Cement for Boiler Coverln~
or for all purposes of non-ponducting Heat or Sound.
STEAM + f:>AeKINGS + ANE> + J81NTIN~ + MATERIAUS. + &c.
Asbestos Fibre for Gas Fires. Asbestos Gas Fuel, &c.

THE LONDON ASBESTOS Co., 101, Leadenhall Street. E.C


SANITARY PIPES,
PATENT ASPHALTE DAMP-PROOF COURSE. °11
0 TRAPS, GULLIES,
0 lNTERCEPTORS, &c.
~ ROOFING TILES,

~~
RIDGES, FINIALS,
I.; ma11 ufnclure1l from improved non-conducting materials which do ~ 5: CHIMNEY POTS,
nol deteriorate, not affected by heat or frost, or pressure, always remai 11- ·;:: :i
ing in goon sound condition. Is easily fixed by spreading- over the wall ·c;; 'O .U
and is far superior in every respect to every other kind of Damp Course'. 2v '5 ~
0 ti
{, i PAVING QUARRIES,

DI?ICE5.
~
B quality at 9d.
c .. ,, ls.
per yard super. 1 Carri.age paid ~ 'f;i 8
tf!a?LyStntio11i11 ~~;;..
Lois n( £3 11n / 11e ~ "; 8
i.(i) </>.. BLUE BRICKS,
&c., &c.

' D ,, ,, ls. 3d. 11pw a'r ds. tiJ c;


?!:: Prices ou Application .

Co:-< Co~r G
76 FELTS, 5ILI<~1\TE e oTTON & NON=eONDUeTORS. [Sec. B
- - ---- - - --· ------------------- ----

For UNDERLI Nl NG SLATES, TILES, and


IRON BUILDINGS.
TnAoE

AND ROT · PROOF. 8 GOLD MEDALS.

ADVANTAGES OF WILLESDEN \ SOME REGENT WORKS ON WHICH WILLESDEN PAPER HAS BEEN USED.
1900. Gordon Theatrc,Stokc-o n·TrC'nt . Royal Zoological Socie ty, Ire -
land.
UNDERSLATING. VVctwang Church, Yorkshire. School of Art Hu iJdi ngs,G lasgow .
Bramley Union L a undry, Dysart :M ech anics' Institute,
Apslcy Mill s,H cmcl H empstead.
ley Bay.
Bramley.
New Coun ci l C hambe rs, \Vhic · Kirkcaldy.
E lectrical Stat ion. Edinburgh. I St. Joseph' s Hospital,
Augustus, N. B.
Fort
A Good Non-Conductor. St. 1\ll a rtin's C ht.trch, Bristo l. Parish Church, Gourock.
Xylonite \.Yorks, :Branton.
New Public Hath s, Stourbrid ge . 1897.
L ond on Electric Wire ' ·V orks,
Absolutely Waterproof. Priory Park School , St. A lba ns.
New Free Librar y, Bri stol. Ley ton . Brandon S k I ill s, nr. Coventry.
Police Sta tion, Hull. New T ec hnical Inst., Norw ich. Carriage a d \.utor Car Factory,
No Smell. Union W o rkh o use 1 Beverley. 1898. Prcstor .
New I so latio nH ospital,No rwich. Su rveyors' In s titute, W est· Dove rUnion\~T o rkh ousc , Dovrr.
Lies very Close on Roof. St. Nicholas Church, Poplar. minster. L ea mington Brcw<'ry.
Craven Bank Extcnsion,Skipton. ~cwB raJr~J~l~bonc Excban gc, City Arms Hotel, H ereford .
Can be used without N.E. Ry. Offi ces , York.
Tugs Road Sch ool, 'Vakefield.
C lothing Factory, H alifax.
\VorknH-n's Club, Chatham .
1899. l'olicc Station, Worthin g. Iro n Church, P lymouth.
Boarding. Royal Albert Orphan Asylum, J\cw I solation H ospital, South- L iverpool Corn Exchange.
\Vorcester. ampton . St. P eter's Church, Wrexham .
Does not Perish. Italian Hospita l, Bloomsbury. New Granary, Avonmoutb. J1 a dl ey'_s New Pottery, Worceste r
C h rist Chu rch, Gloucester. Ne w Constitutional Club, E. BW'~~~!s~~:.s· PrintingVlork s,
Will not Harbour Vermin. ' Ne lc;on Brewe ry, Nelson. Farsley, near L eeds.

ARCHITECTS SHOULD SPECIFY WILLESDEN 2-PLY PAPER. B. 1. 80.

2-Ply or I-P ly L aid on Boarding. Showing Uliiie.rdP11 !a id on t'1 e ()pen Rnf1• ...r.
===--=~~=====--~==================='
WILLESDEN 8 - PLY, Gabions, Pane ls, Washers, Petroleum J oints, Discs (as used by War Office, Royal Engineers, &c.)
WILLESDEN 4 - PLY, for Outbuilding s, Structures, Sides and Ends of Sh eds , Partitio ns, &c. Easily fixed.
For up- country u s e handy and very portable. Useful for many purpos es .
WILLESDEN 2 and 1- PLY PAPE RS, Insulati ng Cold Stores, Electrical purposes, Damp W alls, Ceilings,
Pugging F loors, Ste ncils, Labels, &c. Linings of all kind s .
WILLESOEN CANVAS, for Covers, Tents, Awnings, Roofing on Boards. Very Durable.
WILLESDEN SCRIM SHADING, Greenhouses, Shadin g Glas s. Blinds made to order.
FOR ALL CL I MATES.
\ WI LLESOCN PAPER 8 CA NVAS ~

Sole Pa1:eni:ees & Manufacturers (Green Rot-proof Process):

WILLESDEN PAPER AND CANVAS WORKS, Lo.,


WILLESDEN JUNeTION, LONDON, N.W .
L.I VERPOOL-61, South John Street. DUBLIN : Dock Prell , Sons, & C o .. Ld , 8 o uth Great Georg e Street.
Est ablished 1870 . Teleph one- No. 6~, Har lesden . Telegrams- " Impermeabl e, Londo n ."
Felts, Silicate
~otton, Etc. 77
-------

Telegram s - Telephone -
[: · :..~

"SLAGWOOL, No . 675
' LONDON." King' s Cross.

A BC r.odP. ust:d.

FREOK.· J0NES & ee.,


Pioneer Manufacturers of

SILICATI c·oJTON or ''SLAG WOOL.'' -


~
FIREPROOF. G Al'>50LUTELY .SQLJ f\/Dp H EATPIWOF.

:;onc·n\~T AsouD coNDucr1NG soDv. Ro or: 0

Simply requiring
l'afenf
finishing coat of
Silicate Coflof'/
plaster
af'/c
)Vlefa/ J:afhtf'/g Price ••
6d. per sq. ft.
Sfteefs.

j?afe17f
Showing "key" for
Silicafe Collon finishing coat of
af'/c K een' s _or Parian

;?laster Slabs. C ement,

Price ••
6d. per sq. ft ,.

Write for Samples and Catalog ue "B"


to Chief Office :
Perrin Street, Kent~sh Town,
Manchester Office :
1 CROSS STREET. ~ LONDON, N.W.
78 Felts, Silicate eotton, Etc.

or.a
S ecNor~
FIBROU.S 5LA.B
:>l)e:w'.1.1)9 ~cJ:c:.tal. 11)~£.:.:>
FREDK. JONES & eo.
(F ormerly R. W. Hitchins & Co.), ·

. IMPROVED HAND-MADE

S TOC..K
plaster .riz
~"a:
SIZ ES

=;-0·. ::z'-0'
:3· ::=:; ~ :z . 6 jj .
~-6 • .2. · <D
3 · 9 • ~«<>
...q... 0 • .,a. co
.
\
(
RAPID SYSTEM OF PLASTERING .
. ·1
. . .
.. I .
' .

FIRE=RESISTING, STR0NG,
NEVER eR1H'.!K,
EASILY 1\VVLIED.
A "- (,. y~· L ....-HJ':> (_2. ix, ,.,,.c;r, ..5i..h)
B · E._ou9I1 1'oc.e, ot .:'.>lob :to a.c.r
_ ~ kL.y J<>r f'-?'~-'-':19 co"'-r
1 Rooms habitable in 24 hours after finishing coat is applied.
C .,. 1 1'l.1A.e.:J..... Lo.y~.. oT CQ.i"'.lV&.S

~ PLEASE WRITE FOR CATALOGUE "F.P." ~

SILICATE eOTTON ..
)\ION-CONDUCTING
GOVERl)\f GS . ..
For F>ipes, @is1ePns, Boilers, Flues, &.@.

SILleATE e0TT0N
VIVE eeVERING
STRIPS.
Supplied in 5 yd. lengt hs.
Made to wind spirally.
Cost from 6d . per lineal yard, Loose Silicate Cotton packed round pipes under
4" wide. wooden casing. Cost about 10d. per cubic foot .

FOR. A DDRESS, &c., PLE AS E SE E OTH E R. SIDE.


Section B.-FELTS, SILICATE COTTON, &c.
Government Contractors TELEGRAMS: EYEBALL~ LONDON.

for over 50 years . . . KIRKINTILLOCH.


LIVERPOOL

. Vienna, 1890. Paris, 1899. London, 1851. London, 1~.

Patent Asphalted Roofing


Patent Sarking
Patent Inodorous
4i~
=

ELTS.
For EXTERIOR ROOFING, and f'or
placing under SLATES, TILES, or METAL.

I LLUSTRAT ION Sll OWIN<; METHOa OF L AVING MONE ILL'S FE LT ON B OARDING.

HAIR FELT FOR COVERING CISTERNS, PIPES, &c.


As used by H.M. Government. North British R.ailway. North Western R.ailway.
London County Council. Great Western R.ailway. London, Chatham, and
India Office. London and South ·Western Dover R.ailway.
Great Central R.ailway. R.ailway. Highland R.ailway, &c.

PRICES VERY LOW. ~


a...diil QUALITY EXCELLENT.
*
F. McNeill & Co., r;eaa omcc:
BunhiJJ Row,
Patent • . • • •
Slag Wool Works: Kirkintilloch, near Glasgow. LONDON, E.C.
Section B.-FELTS, SILICATE COTTON, &c.

6outrnmtnt Contractors ror outr ;tny Ytars.


As supplied to the
Admiralty.

PATENT
q.~
lag wool.
Made up in various
Fire, Frost, Sound, forms for use in -
~
and Vermin Proof. ""•" Building -
Construction.
-
- -
> ••• <

FOR FIRE-PROOFING
SOUND-DEADENINQ, ANDJ
INSULATING COLD STORES.
L
Illustration showing McNeill's
Patent Slag Wool in the Walls,
Roof, and Floor of a House.

Does not Harbour One ton loose covers =1t'i!it.:~· {':Ll=:JL:-r;1c Fillet~

PRICER~: o~:::TITIE:v:::~::c~::~· feet, {l]!ll}i~~'•9 Wool .

Full descriptive PAMPHLET and SAMPLES Post Free


on application.
0
------~rt=-
~= ~=-""- - - -· - -
' --Raf'ter;a~din~
__c-e.,,,,ng
McNeill's Patent Slag Wool and Felt in Roof,

0
MNEILPS FIRE-PROOF SLAG WOOL SLABS M.A.KE THE

Cheapest and Best PIR.E=PR.OOF Partitions and Ceilings.

~
U:
CO • Are actual Manufacturers of McNeill's Patent British-
made Slag Wool by a process which renders the material
far lighter and more durable than any in the Market.

~~
Head Office: Patent Slag Wool Works:

BUNHILL ROW, LONDON, E.C. KIRKINTILLOCH, NEAR GLASGOW.


Section B.-FELTS, SILICATE COTTON, &c.

F. MCNEILL & CO.'S


~~~ Fibrous
The Advantages over the ordinary plastering are-the
Slabs are very strong, easily and quickly applied, cleaner
to use, more fire-resisting, are fixed dry, no dampness,
far more durable, no repairing. Plaster.
Y the old-fashioned method of Plastering a great deal of dampness is introduced into a house, which frequently results in
the swelling of the wood-doors and window frames, skirtings, &c.-necessitating the easing of the frames. When these
dry, they naturally get loose, and cause the rattling of windows and draughts from door&-11uch unpleasant featnres in a
new house.
Although the first cost of the Slab system is slightly greater than that of the old-fashioned wet plastering, it lasts
much longer, and avoids the necessity of constant repairs, with their attendant mess and worry; and this system greatly
facilitates the completion of the finishing of a llouse, and thus comes cheaper in the end.
IMPORT ANT .-Fire Insurances are effected at Lower Premiums..> on premises where
these Slabs are fixed.
The Slab! have no key to break, and so cannot be detached from the joists.
We hold very large quantities in stock, and can promise quick delivery of ~-in. Fibrous Slabs.
The i-in. Fibrous Slabs are stocked in one size only,. viz. :-4 ft. by 2 ft. 6 in., bnt we can make any other sizes to order.

-~ PRICE LIST. ...b'..,


Fibrous Plaster Slabs, with Lath and Canvas Centre ~-in. thick, 1/- per super. yd.
,, ,, ,, ,, f-in. 1/3 ,.
Fireproof Plaster Slabs, with Metal Wire Centre; quite incombustible -k-in. 1/3 ,,
Fibrous Plaster Pugging 1 in. ,, 1/8 ,,
Combination Slabs (i.e. Plaster Slabs lined with McNeill's Patent Slag Wool) Fire-proof aud Sound-proof 5 /3 ,,
' Made in sizes 3 ft., 3 ft. 3 in., 3 ft. G in., 3 ft. 9 in., and 4 ft. by 2 ft. 6 in.
SAMPLES FREE ON APPLICATION.

f. mcDcill ~ Co.'s Otto Pattnt PiPt Coutrings


AVE been invented and introduced as the best means of easily applying the finest non-conductors known (viz., Dry Hair Felt
H Slag Wool, and Asbestos) to Pipes, Cylinders, Boilers, &c. '!'hey can be easily detached and replaced without damage, are not
injured by vibration, and can be applied to either hot or cold surfaces.
F. McNeill & Co.'s Patent Fire-proof Covering is composed of Slag Wool or Asbestos, within a Netting of Wire or Asbestos Yarn
with or without a backing of Canvas, Asbestos Cloth, or Metal, and is of especial value for Super-Heated Steam Pipes, Boilers, &c. It i~
indestructible.

F .. McNe!ll & Cl?·'s Patent N~tted Hair i::abrlc Covering is composed of Hair
m a strmg nettmg, with or without a backmg of Canvas, and is largely used for
protecting pipes from frost or for preventing the radiation of heat. ' .,

As an additional prevention of the radiation of heat, we recommend the ns.e of both our
New Patent Coverings in conjunction, as here shown.

For Pipe.s against Walls. . Any of th~ above forms o.f Pipe
Covering are manufactured with a ~argm of. the backmg for
nailing over the Pipe to the wall. This method is most SurTABLE
FO* PLUMBERS, who have GREAT DIFFI~U:LTY IN A?1:L1'.ING N?N-
CONDUCTORS when pipes arn in such pos1t1011s that it is impossible
to GET ROUND them.
F . ricNeill & Co. •s New Patent Hair Felt ~o~ covering
Boilers Steam and Water Pipes, Cisterns, and for hnmg Walls,
Ceilings, Partitions, Co~d Storag~ Cham~ers, Refrigerators, &c.
Made in sheets with wire or strmg nettmg woven through the
centre which renders it unbreakable and untearable though very
pliabl~.
T he sheet can be easily sewn together with wire to any desired length or width in a manner which is impossible with ordinn.ry Hair Felt, thus
effecting a considerable saving of time and labour.
McNeill's New Patent Hair Felt is made in sheets the same . ~i ze and thickncas as the ordi~ary Hair .F elt. Price- with String Netting,
id. per Sheet ; and with Wire Netting, •!d. per Sheet add1t1onal to the nett cost of ordmary Hall F elt.
Section B.-FELTS, SILICATE COTTON, &c.

Tele~rams: EYEBALL, LONDON. Established 1833.


LIVERPOOL
" ""
~

BP Ropal.

Cttttrs Pattnt.

Vienna, 1890. Paris, 1889. London, 1851. London, 1862.

0
NEILL'S New Patent
•••

A PERFECT DAMP-PROOF COURSE.

ADVANTAGES:
ABSOLUTELY IMPERVIOUS to Moisture.
ABSOLUTELY~DURABLE.
FLEXIBLE-Does not crack from settlement.
EASILY APPLIED-Being complete in itself.
ECONOMICAL IN USE-No time being required
for drying or setting.
Cannot be squeezed out by the weight of the
building.
Does not mar the uniformity of the brickwork.
The material is a combination of Sheet Lead and
Asphalte.
COST 52 10.
PER FOOT SUPER.
Made in various widths to suit different walls.

M~leill s
1
Fibrous Asphalte as specified a~d useldD~xtensively throughout the country.
Price 12 ·per f'oot super.
Will n~t crack. Is easily applied. Is impervious and durable. References from eminent Architects on application..

F. MCNEILL & Co., Patent Felt and


Slag Wool Manufacturers,
Head Office and Works:
••• BUNHILL ROW, LONDON, E.C.
AND A1 • • • •
KIRKINTILLOCH (near Glasgow), LIVERPOOL, HULL, l1.ELBOURNE, and SYDNEY.
- - - - - - - - --
llCCORQUOD.u ." &; Co., Ltd. , Printers, London, N.W.
Sec. BJ eEMENTS, LIMES, &c. 79

Supplied for 35 years to the Science and A rt Department


"O.f ·H. M. Government.

CAFFERATA CO.,
~ -:- NEWARK-ON-TRENT.
MANHFA8THRERS 0F

PLASTER OF PARIS, KEENE'S


AND PARIAN CEM.ENTS.
IN ALL eHAl11TlES.

ESTABLISHED OVER 40 YEARS. LARGEST MANUFACTURERS IN THR KINGDOM.

The uniform excellence of the quality of Goods made by us has secured for
our - Manufactures a considerable and wide-spread reputation. We may mention
that out of the last fialf·a=ffiillion 'COUS sent from our Works, a qu.Antity
representing fiut mmton Sacks, not Ont Sack has been returned as deficient
in quality.
80 eEMENTS, LIMES, &c. [Sec. B
Telegraphic Addre.5s- " ELLI S , LE ICESTER." National Telephone, No. 46 Leicester.

J0HN ELLIS & S0NS, Ltd.~


No. 1, ST. MARTINS, LEICESTER.
Manufacturers of

BARROW BLUE LIAS LIME, PORTLAND CEMENT,


AND PATENT SELENITIC LIME.
7\1'\.0VLDED CONCRETE WORK.
BEST PORTLAND CEMENT.

SC>:N',
Bui Ide rs' Merchants,
H1\RRING1\Y .Pl\RK DEP0T,379&3SI, GREEN Ll\NES, L0NDE)N,N.
....•........ ...... .
Also at Great Northern Stations: Enfield, Hornsey, and Edgware .

Timber, Grey Stone and Chalk Lime, Portland Cement, Glazed and Agricultural Drain
Pipes, Chimney Pots, Stourbridge Fire Bricks; Staffordshire Blue Bricks and Tiles, Glazed
Bricks and Sinks, Best Welsh Roofing Slates, Yorkshire and Bath Stone, &.c., &.c.

SANITARY WARE, GULLIES AND INTEROEPTORS Of LATEST PATTERNS. VARNISHES & OOLOURS.
Teleohone-2tlr. Klnsr's Crn~~. ESTABLISHED 1873.

~ SIR1\I?ITE I?L1\STERING ~
FOR WALLS AND CEILINGS.
1\dvantages:
Great Strength and Adhesiveness-Freedom from Glue and all Organic Compounds-Rapidity of Application-TwQ.
Coats only required. The Second Coat can be applied a few hours after the first, and the Plastering
COMMENCED AND FINISHED IN ONE DAY. Costs no more than Common Lime and Hair
Plastering.
Full Particulars, Directio,ns for Use, and Prices delivered to any Goods Station, will be sent rm application to-

ER NEST MATHEWS & CO,, Builders' Merchants,


6l..., ST. MARY .AXE, LONDON. E.C.

H• PARRY .,t. SONS' LTD., Kirton-in-Lindsey, R.S. 0., Lincolnshire.


l'elei:raphlc Addree-"LIAS, KIRTON LINOblEY.•

~anufadui-er~ of
FCX...CJ F: LI~S LI1VI F:~
LUMP AND GROUND.
The most uniformly Hydraulic and carefully manufactured Lias Lime in the Market.
QUICK DISPATCH BY RAIL IN ANY QUANTITIES. ANALYSIS AND TESTIMON.I ALS UPON APPLICATION.

N .B.-H. PAIUl.Y & SONS, LTD., are prepared to send Test Wagons, Free of Charge, to any ont
responsible for important works, and will bear all cost of such Tests should satisfaction not be given.
Sec. BJ eEMENTS, LIMES, &c. 81

GREAVES' BLUE LIAS LIME, AND


PORTLAND, SELENITIC, LIAS AND
ROMAN CEMENTS.
POSTAL ADDRESSES.
GREAVES' Chief Ofji.ce: HARBURY, LEAMINGTON.
London Depot : 13, llOUTH WHARF, PADDINGTON. GREAVES'
Birmingham Depot: WORCESTER WHARF.

TELEGRAPIC ADDRESSES.
"GRJ\AVES, HARD URY ."
"LIAS, LONDON." {Te!l'pho1ie JI.To . r38, Padding/011. )
"GREAVES, RIRMrNCHA :lf." ( Tdep!1011e No. 845.)

GREAVES' BLUE LIAS LIME WORKS


Are the most Extensive of the kind in the Kingdom. Their Lime has been very largely used in
important works since 1825, and its superior quality and eminently hydraulic character has
always been admitted by th,e leading Engineers and Architects.
FULL DIRECTIONS FOR. USE ON APPLICATION .
Proportions for Concrete, I to 6 of Ballast; lVfortar, r to 3 of Sand, etc.
They also make SeleniUc Lime. An excellent Material for Plastering. Estimated London
price (delivered) from Sd. to 9d. per bushel.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

GREAVES' PORTLAND CEMENT WORKS


Were one of the first three established in the country. W ithin recent years they have been greatly
enlarged and supplied with most modern machinery to ensure the Finest Grinding, and Greaves'
Portland Cement is widely known as a cement of the greatest strength and durability

HARBURY (Harb1wy Siding a11d Station, C.W.R.), }


Works 1f STOCKTON (Sontham & Long Itc!iington Sidi11Jr, L.N. W.R., & Warwick & Napton Canal),
\ WILMOOTE (Wilmcole Siding and Station, C. W.R. and Stratjo1·d Canal),
Warwickshire.
Prompt Delivery by Rait and Canal to all parts of the country (in owner's covered trucks and
boats), and by cart in London and BirminghafTI. Export Orders undertaken at the
shortest notice. Equal facilities for shipping at London, Liverpool, and Bristol.

THE FOLLOWING ARE A FEW OF THE WORKS IN WHICH THE ABOVE HA VE BEEN USED:-
L IM E.
H .M. Government (Lighthouse and other Works). I Blackwall Tunnel (1:1sed neat as a gr~ut).
London County Council (Clerkenwell Str~et and other Central London R~ilway and other similar constructions.
London School Board. . . [Iruprovemei;its).
City and South London Electric Railway and Extenstons
(used neat as a grout).
I Q:ueen Anne Mansions (superstructure).
Liverpool, Manchester , Kendal, and other Waterworks.
Large Export Orders. for Africa and South America.
Great Northern & City and Baker Street & Waterloo The Barnes and Richmond 'Vaterworks Tunnels under
Electric Railways. the Thames.
CEMENT.
Liverpool Waterworks (Oswestry and Vyrnwy). Manchester Ship Canal.
Manchester Waterworks (Thirlmere Aqueduct). I Birmingham Cable Tramway.
GENERAL.
Most of the Principal Railway Companies, and many Town Councils, I~ocal Boards of Health, &c.

OAUTION.-Of late years large 1711antities oj inferior Lime (Gro1111d) J:'om the oolite, chalk, and other jormatio~is
have been foisted on tlie /mblic as gemm1e Blue Lias.. ai1cj Messr.•. ~REAVES: BULL. . & L~KIN, LTD., ~trongly fTdvise
Architects, Engineers, and other~ who. wish. to it~e thew Lune, to specify that ti be delivered in sacks bearmg tliei1' Trade
Ma1·k (as above) or forwa1'ded direct in tlieir pnvate trucks or boats. · .
82 eEMENTS, LIMES, &c. [Sec. B

CHAS. NELSON &. .Co. ·Ltd.,


T•l•p-apki&
Atldru1<•
I " Nelson, Stockton,
"Nelaon, South Wharf,
Ru~by. "
Paddin~on."
T1lej/..,11 Nd. t_..5,
Paddln~on.

LONDON: 16, SOUTH WHARF, PADDINGTON, W.;


CAMBRIAN WHARF, CRESCENT, BIRMINGHAM:
2, MOUNT STREET, MANCHESTER; or the WORKS, STOCKTON, RUGBY .
•• ....... .... .... • • . ..... ..... •• •• ....__. . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ., •:*" •• .e.Aq . . . . . . , .,

-$1· fiEI!SOfi'S ·l~


FCLCJF' LI~S X...I.DIIF'.
EMINENTLY HYDRAULIC .
.SPECIALLY FINELY OROUND AND DRESSED BY
P.\TENT PROCESS.
Extensively used in C <w crument and Public Works Contracts.
Used in Construction of Central London Electric Railway, South
London Electric Railway, South Tottenham and Fortst Gate Railway,
Waterloo and City E lectric Railway, and Wat erloo and Baker Street
Electric Railway.
PROPORTIONS FOR CONCRETE-1 PART to 6 of BALLAST, &c. MORTAR-1 PART to 2 or 3 of SAND,

PATENT SELENITIC CEMENT, PREPARED FROM BLUE LIAS.


VERY .SUPERIOR TO THAT MADE FROM GREY LIME.
Used for Mortar and Plastering throughout the New Courts of Justice, and many other Public ., Building1.

EQUAL TO PORTLAND OEMENT FOR MANY PURPOSES AT OOST or LIME.


_.. Architect& ahould 1pecify that It 11 to be·· used In accordance with CHAS. NELSON "' CO.'S Printed
lnstructlon1.

PLASTER & KEENE'S CEMENT,


MADE FROM \ THE FINEST GYPSUM.
_ ........-_........~.llM19"'1•111111 lu..aUU911....a.Ml119'llUl~llll-lllll_l..........,... j llj.mllaUl l llllllllllll l l..,._

OF EXCEPTIONAL
PORTLAND.
STRENGTH AND FINENESS FAR
CEMENT .SUPERIOR TO THArlE.S OR
flEDWAY CErtENT.
iupplied w th~ Thames Conservancy for the past 20 years, also to the Windsor Corporation and many other Public Bodie1.

~~"'11'"w'""'"'•'""•'"'"'''"''''"".,'""""''llf~~·"•w"•u1• •1o111
1

I/Ir Cop/ of Spsolfloation and full partloulara w/11 bo forwardsd at ones on appl/oatlon . .,...
Sec. Bl eEMENTS, LIMES, &c.

(ESTABLISHED 1830. )

Telelfraphlo AddNlll-
" LIMBU][, LIYBRPOOL."'

AND
For Home
and Export. Marble Importers"

RUGBY
for Public Work5,
~ewage, Ga5,
Water, &c. l?E) RT'L 1\N0 ES;:~L~::~·."
LARGELY USED IN TRAMWAY
AND LIGHT RAILWAY
/ CONSTRUCTION.

Telegraphic Address: " Cement , Rugby."


eEMENT Addrcss -

THE RUGBY PORTLAND CEMENT CO., RUGBY.


Telephone No. 2 9 I. BROOKS, Manager.

BUILDERS' ANNOUNCEMENTS,
eommencing on page 392, showing the class of work various
Building Firms are accustomed to undertake, are a valuable guide
to Architects when placing contracts for the erection of Buildings, &c.
84 1tSPH1\LTES, T1\R P1\VING, &c. [Sec. B

~JE'.1101..VI~S ~~:X..I>O~
(Telephone No. 206, Hop.)
SOMERSET WHARF, 283, 285, ROTHERHITHE ST., LONDON, S.E •
• •• •• •• •• •• •• •• ••
Contractor to H. M. Government and
v11rious Public Bodies. Patronised by
the Honorable Board of Ordnance.
ESTABLISHED 1861. ESTABLISHED 1851
MANUFACTURER OF BRITISH AND FOREIGN ASPHAL TES.
. Every Description of ,A.,phalte Supplied and Laid.
~· Bes1; Ma.teriala for PATHS, FLOORS, ROOFS, S'l'ABLES, COWSHEDS, OOAOR-ROUB1118. l:o.
PARQUET FLOORS LAID IN 8PEGIALLY PREPARED ASPHALTES. HIGHEST REFERENCES BIVEN.
Faldo's Asphalte is unsurpassed for Horizontal & Vertical Damp courses, &c.

For Sound and Permanent Work, for Damp Courses, Roofs, Floors, or any other purpose,
Natural Mineral Rock Asphalte only should be used.
The only English Firm which, owning its own mines, does not buy Asphalte elsewhere, and thas deals at fint bud with
the customer, is

The FRENCH ASPHALTE Oo.


The Company's Material is specified by the Office of Works and other Go~ernmeat Departments, the School Board
ror London, and by a large number of the Leading Architects.
FOR ESTIMATES, SAMPl:ES, AND ALL INFORMATION, APPLY AT THE OFFICES OF THE COMPANY.
&, LAURENCE POUNTNEY HILL, CANNON St., .LONDON, E C.

SEYSSEL; LIMMER, BRUNSWICK ~


ROOK, SICILIAN, & LAVA . . \l~\,.1t ~\\.
ASPHAL TES. 1- ~%f n"
\\\"tt\\\\~1~~!~~ ::~~J::.:::::.~:::::~:~~s:
laying Damp Course, &c., or Quotations for work laid complete.

THE LIMMER ASPHALTE PAVING COMPANY, LTD.,


(ESTABLISHED 1871 )

Sole Proprietors of the Montrotier Seyss~l Asphalte Mines


(BASSIN DE SEYSSEL), Telephone. 862 AVENUE.
Te,Iegrams :-LIMMER, LONDON.

LOVAGNY (HAUTE SAVOIE).


COMPRESSED ASPHALTE, forCARRIAGEWAYS&FOOTWAYS.
MASTIC ASPHALTE, for FLOORS, ROOFS, MARKETS, BREWERIES,
~ORM OF BLOCK
an d RESERVOIRS , Thi s Company's M I NERAL ROCK MASTIC ASPHAL TE Is specifi ed by H. M. Office
of Works, The Admi alty, Hom e Office, and other Government Depa•tm , nts.
.

MINES IN GERMANY. Offices :-2, MOORGATE STREET, LONDON. E.C. MINES IN Slntl't
Sec. · Bl 1\SPH1\L1-Es, T1\R Pl\ VING, &c. 85

IMPORTERS AND CONTRACTORS FOR

SEYSSEL, LIMMER, i LAVA Roen 1\sPH4LTES.


The Best ·Materials for Roofs, Floors, Corridors, Basements, Stables,
Breweries, Lavatories, Granaries, 8-c.

LAWFORD & CO., (ESTABLISHED 1868)

Contractors to Her Majesty's Government, the principal Boards of Works (London),


the London County Council, and most of the London Theatres.
Also Contractors for WOOD BLOCK FLOORING, laid in our SPECIAL
DAnP-PROOF COMPOSITION, which can be supplied.
AN .EXPERIENCED STAFF KEPT FOR COUNTRY WORK.

TelegrajJJuC Address-11 Polonceau, London,.


-re leohone No. !1761. Avenue.

lfsers of "The lompendiun1>-' would


oblige by mentjon1n__g it as the source of
their jnfarmatjon when commu17icating with
the Firms represented herei12.
86 SLl\TES
, 11ND~~ SLl\TING. [Sec. B

Slating & Tiling.


Prices per square or lump sum to Architects' Quantities for work fixed complete
in·any part of the country with
SLATES. Dinorwic, Bangor, Carnarvon, Portmadoc, Westmoreland.
Green, Sedan-Green, Imperial-Green, Grey-Green Slates, &o.
TILES. Broseley, Staffordshire, Yorkshire, Bridgewater, &o.
SEND PARTICULARS OR QUANTITIES TO

BROADBENT & Co., LEICESTER,


Wholesale Slate Merchants and Importers.
LARGE STOCKS KEPT OF ALL KINDS & SIZES OF SLATES.

PROMPT DELIVERY. EXPERl'ENCED WORKMEN.

Also MANUFACTURERS of
·. SANITARY PIPES, and Connect'ions, .Gulleys. Sinks, Chimney Pots, Fire Bricks,
ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE AND PRICES ON APPLICATION

Telegrams: H Broadbents," Lelaester. ESTABLISHED 1840. National Telephone""· 800.

WELSH SLATES, SLATE SLABS, &c~


Davies Brothers~ Portmadoc, North Wales.
OLD VEIN AND NEW VEIN SLATES, SLATE SLABS, CISTERNS, &o.
-.... SPECIAL ATTENTION TO EXPORT ORDERS IN CRATES OR IN BULK. ,..._
QUOTATIONS ON APPLICATION.

GREEN SLHTES.
DAYIBS BRO'l'HERS are also Sole Agents for the Celebrated PR ECELLY GREEN SLATES,
Madi in Randoms, Peggies and Sizes.

THE NORTH WALES SLATE COMPANY, \


PORTMADOC, CARNARVONSHIRE,
Telegraphic Address: "SLATE, PORTMADOC." \

Supply the Trade with WELSH SLATES.


EVERY DESCRIPTION OF

Undertaken In all Branches.


BATMS, URINALS, LAVATIUIY TOPS, SHELVES, TANKS, CISTERNS. ROLLS & WINGS. &c.
Sec. l.B] SL1ITES 1\NO SL1ITING. 87
CONTRACTORS TO H .M . GOVERNMENT.

ERNEST MATHEWS&. CO.61, St. Mary Axe, London, E.O. '


PERMANENT GREEN SLATES, AS USED ON THE LAW COURTS AND OTHER PUBLIC BUILDINGS.
ROOFING SLATES
01' EVERY DESCRIPTION.
SLATING. 01'
SLATE SLABWORK
EVERY DESCRIPTION, PLAIN AND ENAMl:LLl!Q,

MARBLE AND ENAMELLED SLATE CHIMNEY·PIEGES.


Marble and Enamelled Slate Lava.tory 'Fops and Fittings r~mplete, Slate Cisterns, Shelves, and Urinals.
Works-Aberllefenny, North Wales. Midland Wharf, Bow. Payne-road Wharf, Bow.
Head Office and only City Address, 61, ST. MARY AXE, E.C. Branch House, 37, Victoria-street. Bristol
Tele11;"rama: "TIMl8T8, LONDON." SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED PRICE LIST, Telephone: 506 Avenue.

THE ~ aAKELEY SLATE QUARRIES Co., Lii.


Shipping Po~t-PO~TmA:DOC, "ftO~Tfl UlAI.tBS.
CBIKP OJfFICll 1

.. .... .. ..
53, PARLIAMl;NT STREET, WESTMINSTER, LONDON, S.W.
.... ... .. .. . .. .... ... ...... .. .. ..
SOLE PRODUCERS OF THE WELL·KNOWN
~ - .... ~ ...
"OAKELEY" AND H PALMERSTON H OLD VEIN SLATES,
2 GOLD MEDALS: PARIS, 1889; and many other Highest ClaH Award.a
l'OB GENERAL EXOELLElNOE OF QUALITY &: PERFECT OLEA.VA.GB.

ROBERTS' ADLARD
. '
Manairer and Secretary-JOHN GEORGE A.5HMORB.

{>,
g,
c0., Contractors to H.M. Government, and to
Agents for Crown Colonies, Shippers, etc.
ESTABLISHED 1803.
~
~ '\ ~'I
S::S
I Depots-Deg-anwy, N. Wales,
Brighton, Faversham, .Southend, Ohl
Ford, Walthamstow, E., Etc.
DAMP COURSE.
BATHS AND BATH FITTINGS.
BREWERS' SQUARES.
~ ~ ~ 0-Y"" CHIMNEY PIECES AND MANTELS.
• CISTERNS AND TANKS.
I~ DOORS. .'
ROOFING ' T I LES • I~ ELECTRIGAL SWITCH BOARDS, ETO.
SLATING AND TILING CONTRACTORS. 1° [i~~~~\;FITTINGs.
51ate 51ab Masonry: Plain & Enamelled. ~IB~~~~.
General Offices, Wharves, and Steam Works- QUARRIES.
ROOFS AND ROOFING.
25 and 26, BEUMOND~EY WALL, ~.E. RIDGE TILES.
City Office-98, GREA.'.r 'l'OWER STREET, E.O. FINIALS.
Telegrams-" DRALUA, LONDON." Telephone- No. 87, HOP. BROSEUY.
~GREEN SLATES. e
"Eureka" Unfading Green Quarries. = :: ::
The ONLY America n U 11 ladmg Green Slate which has satisfactorily stood ~he
only true test, viz., MANY (over 30) YEARS' EXPOSURE on Roofs here: i. e.
...-. St. Benet's Church, Mile End (1871).
TILES
l
STAFFORDSHIRE.
LEIGHSWOOD.
READING.
YORKSHIRE.
TILING & SLATING NAILS.
- :o: -
~ole Agents for the ~ West Monmouth Boys' School. ALSO

United Kingdom- ..,. Medical College, Epsom. Westmoreland,


DiOBERTS ADLARD &co
~ Northampton Institute.
Permanent or Sedan,
Clergy Orphan Schools, Canterbury.
.l\,,; I I 1 ~ Chadwell Heath Asylum(• 899), Essex, &c, &Welsh OR.EEN •
88 SLATES AND SLRTING. [Sec. B

WELSH T1/q'rams :·-


"SNOWDON, PORTMADOC.•

For SUPERIOR

ROOFING SLATES and every description of SLATE and SLAB WORK, a/Jply to-
SLATES.
THE PORTMADOG SLATE OOMPAN_
Y, N~~~~M~~~~s.
Branch Omce (for Bangor Slates):- Messrs. W. & J. HUGHES, Port Dinorwic, Bangor.
Wha.rves- Portma.doc, Blaenau. Fe1tinioir, Min.fford Junction. Oarnarvon, Deganwy, MoM .Junction..

SLATES AND SLATE SLABS.


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Every class and Description of ROOFING 5LATE5 and 5L?IB5, the latter plain or made
up into ELECTRICAL BA5E5, IN5ULATOR5, URINAL5, Cl5TERN5, HEAD5TONE5,
RIDGE and ROLL, BREWER5' TANK5, 5HELVING5 (for 'Dairies, Hospitals,
Greenhouses, &c., &c.

PRITCHARD & Co., Slate and Slab Merchants,

.wEL s·aSLATE se
Telegrams- " PR.ITCH ARO, MO E L WYN."
POR.1 MAOOC • PORTMADOC, N.W.

LUE, GREEN, RED OR PURPLE.


. . FROM THE LEADING QUARRIES.

SI.8'-Cie CXood.s.
Slates Packed in Crates f'or Exportation.

J. G. TUXFORD, Deganwy Quay, nr. Llandudno, North Wales.


LONDON: Mill Street, Bermondsey, S.E.
Branch Offices : {
MANCHESTER: Trafford Wharf, Ship Canal.

BUILDERS' ANNOUNCL~ENT~
eommencing on page 392, showing the class of work various
Building Firms are accustomed to undertake, are a valuable guide
to architects when placing contracts for the erection of Buildings, &c.
89
5<:e · also 5ummary of Contents, page I.

Section C.
Slone. Arlilicial Slone, .ic.
Marble, Slone, Granlle, and Slate Masonrg.
Mosaics.
+

FIRMS REPRESENTED IN THIS SECTION.


PAGE PAGE PAGE ·
ART PAVEMENTS & DECORATIONS, LD. ' FIELD & ALLAN • • ro4 PHI LLIPS, A . J . , .& Co ... . . . 104
· · (formerly De Grelle, Houdret & GARDEN & Co. .. 99 SILLS , w. .. 9r
Co .) 94A, 94B GEARY, WALKER & Co. ,.. .. l08 TEMP'LE, RoGERS & Co. r,07
BENNETT, JOHN, & Co.. . •. .. 94 GRAHAM, B., & SONS .. 89 THOMPSON'S ANCASTER QUARRIES Co ,
BETTWS·Y·COED SU.:TE QUARRY ' Co ., HINCHLIFF, G., & SoN . . 89 LD; .. .. .. 9r
LD. . . .• •. .. .. RODKIN & JPNES ..109 WALTON, GooDDY & CRIPPS, LD. ro5 , ro6
BLADWELL, H. W.
BOUNDS, M. B. , & SON ' .
.. 95
96 !RISH M ARBLE Co. .. IOO
LEE, A . , & BROS ., LD. 102, 102A~I02D, 103
" WELDON STONE " ..
vVEsT GLopcE s TER PENNANT STONE
.. 9r
98
BOWER & FLORENCE 97 LINDLEY & SON .. .. 91 Co .. 92
' BROWN, A . A. .. 98 ·MACDONALD, A., & Co ., LD. .. .
. IOO WHITEHEAD , J.' & SON.S , Lp. I06A-I06D
CRUICKSHANK, R. D. , & Co. . . 98 McDONALD, C. • • .. ..IOI w..
vV1i:.K11'(s, H . & SoNs 90
DANIELS & Co . ..
DICKSON, R. A . ..
(

..
92
.
. • 98
Iy.IooRE , M .· & k ', .. ..
0DLING (ANSELM) & SO NS, LD. IOOA , IOOB
96 WILKINSON & LEN<f, ~D .
WooD, JAMES •. •• '
104
92
EMLEY & S ONS , LD. .. 99 PA'I'TESON,J. &H. IIO WRIGHT, JAMES, & SONS ro4
FAMBRINI & DANIELS .. 93 PE1:1-l!CK ]3ROS. . . ' ..IOO

BARI) YORK STONE, HUDDERSFIELD.


The Best Hard York Sto.ne supplied in: Random Blocks, or to Dimension in the rough, or Sawn
for Landings, Steps, Door and Win~o~ ~e:;ids ·and Sills, Jambs, Mullions, Coping, &c., &c.
PLAIN LABOUR ANO MOULDINGS OF ~LL . DESORIPTl~NS DONE BY MAOHINERY.
' ,
. STONE WORKED 1 TO ARCHITECTS '. & SURVEYORS' ·DESIGNS.

For Prices or any other information; apply to

BEN 'G RAHAM-& S,ONS, QUARRY OWNERS,


'
PLEASE AD DRESS
IN FULL.
FOLLY HALL, HUDDERSFIELD.
< • •
NATIONAL TELEPHONE '
NO. 16&.

GEORGE HlNCHLIFF & SON,


STONE MASONS, QUARRY . OWN.ERS, AND STONE MEROHANl S
Steam Sawing & Planing Mills, Skelmanthorpe, near HudJer_sfield.
O.ffi.ces CLAYTON WEST, near HUDDERSFIELD.
Ready.worked Thresholds, Squ11.re or Round Nosed Solid .St~ps, from 2 In . to 1~ in . thick, Square, or Moulded
and Splayed; Heads and Sills, Grooved, Weathered, and Throated; Copings both Plain and Moulded ; Sawn Flags
&awn Hearthstones, and sawn Landings up to 12 In. In thickness; Jambs, Ma,ntels, and Slabs for Flreplaoes.
&lnkstonea, Etc., Eto,

- QUOTATIONS ON APPLICATION.

Have supplied our Sto ne to the following places, viz, :-Manchester and District, London, Birmiugham; Northampton •
. .,eriac. Oldbam, Oolw711 Bay, Stockport, Blackpo~l, Sheffield, Southport, Rotherham, Dewsbury , Huddersfield; Ba.rL!iley, etc.
90 [Sec. C

H. W. WILKINS&· SONS,
Marble Merchants and ·Manufacturers,
TELl· G RAP HJ C ADD Rfl SS-
" STATUARY, LON DON." 88, 90. 92. 94.. PENTONVILLE UOllD, LONDON, N.
I GRAND STAIRCASE

HOTEL CECIL,
EXECU l'J:,:O BY

Mural Tablets to any


Design.

Lavatory Tops in
all kinds of" Marble.
::::~.--~-~.~ . ;,.. :;;;:;:..;t.t: ~.::::~,.:,t, ..:c_::" - -~

Marble Chimney Pieces,


Stoves, Tile Hearths, and
Marble Staircases and Wall Decorations of every Marble Fenders of all kinds.
description.

MARBLE FLOO~S, DADOS~ WALL UNINGS, STAIRCASES AND INTERIOR DECORATIONS


IN CHOICE OR PLAIN MARBLES, JLABASTER ~ND ONYX. MARBLE AND TILE SHOP
FITTINGS. M~RBLE, LAVATORY, ANO SllN'TARY FtTTINGS. REFRESHMENT TABLES.
MONUMENTAL MASONRY AND MARBLE WORK OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
, l CllOICE S ELECT.!ON OF JNEX!'ENS!VE ARTIS TIC CH/111.N EY l'!EcES .F ITTED WJ Tli S TOVES
,. T.!L E HEA RTHS AND FEADERS, ON VIEW. , '

A LARGE STOOK OF VERY HANDSOME ONYX BLOGKS. 'THE TRADE ~UPPLIED WITH ROUGH MARBLF.
Work executed with Sflecial rapidity when neccuiary, EstabHahcd nearly Half"·a·Century.

"
Sec. CJ ST0NE. 91

RED
STONE. AN CASTER STONE.
WHITE STONE. From Mr. Lindley's Quarries,
Ancaster, near Grantham.
YELLOW STONE. Is a good-looking stone, easily worked, and, though soft
when first quarried , becomes hard with exposure, and very
durable. Most of the ancient Churches in Lincolnshire are
From the Lindley · Quarries, built of this stone, as well as mansions in this and the
adjacent counties, Wollaton Hall, the seat of Lord Middleton,
Mansfield, N otts. in Netts, being a markworthy exemplar.
For Prius aNd f11rtllw Part"'41ars apply , _
THESE STONES REDUOED IN PRICE.
Mr. LINDLEY, at Mansfield, or at Anoaater.
For New Price List apply to Mr. Lindley, WALL STONE about 12s. per ton,
MansfielcL delivered in London.

MANSFIE.LD-WOODHOUSE STONE
(YBLLOW MAONESIAN LIM.ESTONB).
One of' the Finest Stones in the Kingdom, and ~pecially suitable for Ecclesiastical Work,
can now be supplied in large quantities from the Pleasley Junction Quarries.
I@'"' SAMPLES FREE ON APPLICATION. ""a

RED AND WHITE 11\'\ANSFIELD STONE,


OF ANY DESCRIPTION, FROM THE OLD QUARRIES.
MAN5flELD-WOODHOU5E LIME - LUMP Oil GUOUND . .

WI~~I~DII SI~~S
MANSFIELD ,STONE QUARRlES, NOTTINGH !\..MsilrRE

AN CASTER From -the .A.:n.cien:t Quarries.


FOR PRic:gs AND PARTICUI,ARS A:PPI,Y TO-

THOMPSON'S ANCASTER QUARRIES Co., Ltd.,


Offices: 11, ELMER STREET, GRANTHAM.
TH£ FOI,LOWINO lKPORTANT WORX:S ARit BUII,'.r \lP THIS STONJt : -
Baron Rothschild's Mansion , Mentmore; The Earl of Yarborough's Mansion, Brocklesby Park; Wollaton Hall;
Edgar Lubbock, Esq., Mansion, Caythorpe; The Bishop's Palace, Lincoln ; Reves by Abbey; St 'Pancras
Station, London; Clerkenwell Town Hall; County Sessions Court, Liverpool; and many Churches nnd
Public BuildinJ?' in various parts of the Countrv.

f'ERSUNAL INSPECTION INVITED. ORDERS PROMPTLY EX~l.U n:.u.

W E:L ••<>~ S~C>~ F:~


A WEATHER ST0NE 0f THE flRSI EatiAlllTY.
Suitable for all kinds of BUILDING and ORN A.MENTAL WOR~, as testified by its use
for upwards of three centuries.-See Professional Reports and Opinions.

WELDON STONE TOOLS WITH FACILITY, &COMBINES CHEAPNESS WITH GREAT DURABILITY & EVEN COLOUl
For Prices and other particulars apply to JOHN ROOKE,

'7\TELDON" STON"9E Q, U A.:&::&IES


l'~~:-"Roo1<a, Wm.DOH•" CORBY. KETTERING~ a,,u_,.....,. 1-w.woa...tC..qp,1&.
92 ST0NE- 1\RTIFH211\L ST0NE•. [Sec. C

PENN A NT= -
STONE.
~ettbing,
A 5PECIALITY f'O~

Channeling, Paving,
= = Setts, Steps, llandetts, &e.
SUP PLIE D T Q

'20RP0R1\Tl0NS, PUBLI'2 B0DIES, 1\ND '20NTR1\'2T0RS,


IN TWENTY=TW0 '20UNTIES •

.WEST GLOUCESTER PENNANT STONE CO.J


·
T E L EGRAMS-
"HATCH,49,BROADMEAD,
BR fSTOL."
Broa dmead BristoI. •
T E LE PHONE rr48.

The Ottiginal ~entish Rag Stone (£aarrrries,


Postal A~2e~~~!~~SUT~~.Ns~~~E~!~~·MAT~l~~llS-
IDSTONE.
~~~!.~~!~ioN ~~~!;LSEA.'' S tatiOJt
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r¢t
~l..VI
J I•~ .. F:S W<><>
KENTISH RAG STONE MASON & MERCHANT, BRICK MANUFACTURER, BUILDER, Era
RAG STONE, ASHLAR. Etc., for Church Work snpplied from the Best Rag Stone Beds .
..,G';{ BUILDING -t AND + PAVING + HEADERS. + ETC ~
Some of the Works where WOOD'S BEST BLUE RAG has been usea :- The New Windows of Churches at East
Farleigh, Debtling and Ashford, Kent; Messrs. Cobbs' New Bank, and Jubilee Clock Tower, Margate; qty
Courts, Basin,g-hall Street, London ; Barracks, City Road, London; New Wesleyan Chapel, Dorking, &c.

CONSIDERABLE SAVING ON STONE OR TERRA COTTA.


Telegrams-
''Daniels, Lincoln."
DANIELS & CO ' •
Enquiries Solicited.
Estimates Furnished.
>
a::
Offices & Works- 85, Canwick Rd., 1,.INCOLN. w
>
MANUFACTURERS OF IMPERISHABLE ARCHITECTURAL CONCRETE MASONRY, ::::;
w
Balustrades, Moulded Cornices and String Courses, Gate Piers, Steps, Cl

AND
l
FOR Copings, Door and Window Heads, Modelled Panels, Capitals, Tracery
, Windows, Finials, Columns, Pilasters, &c. , &c.
Ev:;~u~s~~;EWORK 1..- TO ARCHITECTS' DESIGNS,
.....
c..
:e::
Q
a::
c..
In Red, Grey, Buff, Portland, or Mansfield Stone Colours.

ARCHITECT$ PLEASE NQTE-SPECIAL ATTENTION TO DETAIL.


..._ "'-~ - - -) --
Sec. CJ 1\RTIFH.~11\L ST0Ne. 93

Telegrams- 11 FAMBRINI, LINCOLN."

1838-1901.

FAMBRINI & DANIELS,


Works and Offices: LINCOLN,
Architectural Concrete Masons and Modellers, and Manufacturers
Of Cornices, Moulded String-Courses, Door and Window Heads
and Cills, Modelled Panels, Steps and Landings, and every Stone-
work Requisite in Portland Cement Concrete, solid throughout,

AS SUPPLIED TO H. M. GOVERNMENT.
In Red, Buff, eream, Vortland,
Or otf]er ~atural ~tof}e \olours.
USED IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE FOLLOWING BUILDINGS:-
Cross Keys Hotel, London. Steps, Walsall.
Georf:'e and Guy Hotel, London. Durham Ox Brld&"e, Lincoln.
Whitbread's Brewery Extensions, London. Witham Brid&"e, Lincoln.
Sortinl:' Offices, for H. M. Offices of Works, Floors, Messrs. Ruston, Proctor & Co., Limited,
Hammersmith. Lincoln.
Sarti nf:' Offices, for H. M. Offices of Works, Floors, Messrs.Clayton&. Shuttleworth, Lincoln
Kensin~on. Terrace and Residences, Grimsby.
Mansions, Willesden Green, London. 26 Tracery and Bonded Windows for St.
Residential Flats, London. Wilfrid's Church, Hull.
Lord Clyde Hotel, Clapton. Balustradin&", Vases, Alcoves, Temples, Piers,
Lord Clyde Hotel, Tottenham. Cappinf:'s, &.c., for the Morecambe Tower
An&'lers' Retreat, Ponder's End. Company, Limited.
coach and Horses Hotel, St. John's Square, Baptist Cha~)el, Manchester.
London. Threlfal's Brewery, Manchester.
Warehouses, Messrs. Heelas &. Co., Readinfit. Town Hall, Stafford.
Greyhound Hotel, Newmarket. Fountain, Oirphan Homes ofScotland,GlaS&'OW.
Volunteer Headquarters&. Drill Hall, Readin&'. Albert Hall, Gainsborou&'h.
Extensions to Residence, Ramsey. Swan Hotel, Bolton.
Railway Hotel, Fenton. New Infirmary, Guildford.
City Theatre, Sheffield. Lifeboat House, Whitby.
Opera House, Southport. Electric Supply Co.'s Offices, Readln&'.
Grand Opera House, Hull. Hi&"her Grade Schools, Hanley.
Board Schools, Boston.
Olympia, Derby.
Opera House, Wakefleld. Precipitation Tanks, Stafford.
New Theatre, West Bromwich. Terrace, Worcester.
St. Andrew's Church, Grimsby. Balconies, Brierley Hiii, Stockport, Liverpoal .
Tracery -Windows, Beverley. and Nottin&"ham.
Roman Catholic Church, Woodhall Spa. Fireproof Arcadin&", Perforated Dadoes and
Roman Catholic Church, Ske&'ness. Spandrils, Modelled Pillars, &.c., for Messrs.
AleY.andra Hospital, Woodhall Spa. Walsh's Drapery Establishment, Sheffield.

320 TONS, 6,500 cubic feet, Buff Concrete Dressings for Piers, Moulded Bases and
Strin&"·Courses, Stop Moulded Window and Door Jambs, Vouiswoir Heads and Keystones,
Ana-le Doorway and Circular Bay, Modelle d Heads and Corn i ces, Copings, &.c., f'or
Offices and Bottlin&' Stores, Messrs. 0 1mc;mds &. Co., L i mited, The Brewery, Reading,
Architect, P. W ALBUR Y, Esq. , Reading:,
,
'

94 M1IRBLE, ST0NE, GR1INITE & SL1\TE M1\S0NRY. [Sec. C


I

GRANITE, MARB~E,
-AND -

PLAIN & ENAMELLED

cription.
T ELEG R AMS : "GRANULEMOS, LONDON." TELEPH ONE: No. 1704, HOLBORN.

THE ART PAVEMENTS & DECORATIONS GIMITED, FORMER.LY


DEGRELLE, HOUDRET, & Co.

7, EMERALD STREET,
THEOBJ\LDS ROJ\O,
LOiiDOii, W.C.
ALSO A T

70, BATH STREET,


GLASGOW.
AND AT

36, GEORGE'S QUAY,


LONDON WORKS. DUBLIN.

MOSAIC,
MARBLE MASONRY,
GRANITE,
PARQUETRY,
WOOD BLOCK FLOORS
WOOD PANELLING,
TILES. SHOW ROOM

Contractors to
H.M. Office of Works,

War Office, ·~~ Admirahy,


Imperial Institute,

County Councils,
Post Office,
and School Board for London.
DRAWING OFF ICE .

See also Section A - TILES, and Section 0 - PARQUET FLOORS .


THE ART PAVEMENTS. & DECORATIONS blMITED ,
7, EMERALD STREET, THEOBALDS ROAD, LONDON, W.C.

MOS~Ies.
Manufacturers and Workers in

ROMAN MARBLE MOSAIC,


TERRAZZO MARBLE MOSAIC,
CERAMIC MOSAIC,
GLASS and ENAMEL MOSAIC.
MOSAIC WORKERS ' SHOP.

MARBLE MASONRY
Of every description.

MARBLE TILES, COLUIVINS.


,, STAIRCASES, FENDERS.
,, WALL LININGS, DADOES.
,, STEPS, LAVATORIES.
,, CHIMNEY PIECES, SLIPS.
,, SHOP FITTINGS. STOCK ROO M , CONTA ININ G 12,000 CW T . SACKS
OF MARBLE TESSERRA.

THE FOLLOWING MARBLES ARE


STOCKED & WORKED BY US IN LONDON.

SICILIAN. CIPPOLINO.
BASTARD STATUARY. VERDE ANTICO.
PAVONAZZO. IRISH GREEN.
SIENNA . JAUNE LAMARTINE.
VERT CAMPAN. ROUGE LANGUEDOC.
IMPERIAL PAVONAZZO. ONYX DORE .
VERT DES ALPES. JAUNE BROCATELLE.
St. ANNE. BRECHE VIOLET.
ROUGE ROYAL. JAUNE JASPE.
DOVE . BRECHE THONOLET.
BELGIAN BLACK. BRECHE ORIENTAL.
STATUARY. PIASTRACCIA.
MARBLE MASONS ' S HOP.

See • also Section A - TILES, and Section D - PARQUET FLOORS.


Sec. CJ M1\R8LE, STE)NE, GRJ\NITE,. & St.Jrf:E' .MJtS~0NRY: . 95 .
------·- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

THE

BETTWS-Y-COED SLATE QUARRY Co., LTD.,


,BETTWS·Y·COED, N. WALES.
) BETTWS-Y-COED.
Telegrams: "LONDON, BETTWS-Y-COED."
Quarries t BLAENAU-FESTINiOQ.

WELSH SLATES AND SLABS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.


Stocks of most kinds are kept on Wharf, ready for immediate dispatch, including Blue, Red,
Purple and · Green Bangors and Carnarvons, Portmadoc, &c., &c.

MANUFACTURED SLATE WORK


Quoted for by Post or Telegram upon receipt of Specification.
••Miau•11•u11U11J111111a111H1.111111111mi•1r111mu111111111111nau1u1U.11t• 119 1 • 11 " " ' . . , , n•1rrnnr-=-·=• 11
HMT'P"' " 1 r•1•·11·-·11M.,_.,- -

Architects Please Note: .)y.

The only producers of a Thick Roofing


Slate, combinin[! strength and weight with
perfect regularity of cleavage and the
maximum of durability. The colour is
a permanent dark blue, free from the spots
and marks so common in the ordinary
Carnarvon and Bangor Slates.
SAMPLES UPON APPLICATION.
_..._..lllU"'Slllllltllllll111!, l lll!llll! lllllt!ll l llll111111 111111111111Ulllllllllllll1llUl l ll ll ll l llllUl l llJ llH ll\IUll l lUll llJllUl l l•ll.lll~

BREWERS' SQUARES,
BEER COOLERS, CHEMICAL TANKS AND CHAMBE~S,
ENAMELLED SLATE CHIMNEY PIECES,
SLATE LAVATORIES AND URINALS.
~1· CISTERNS. ·l(:-
.., ....,,,,,,.....""""'"'''""''"'"\,''''''""

SllATE Fil00~It1G, STEPS, SIU.llS, ETC.


Slate Shelving Fitted for Wine Cellars and Greenhouses.

CON. COM . H
96 M1\ RBLE, ST0NE, GR1\NITE, & SL1\TE M1\S0NRY. [Sec. C

Bath w.Stone Works, Bath.


fiBN~Y BltAOWELtlt (late Joseph :t31adu.te11), Ptroptrietotr.

DRESSED AND MOULDED BATH STONEWORK


Prepared to any Design for Churches and Public Buildings of every description, and deliYered at Railway Station.
TRACERY WINDOWS,
CORNICES,
RE RE DOSE$, STRING COURSES~
PULPITS, BALUSTERS,
COPINGS, FONTS, VASES,
I

STEPS, SCREENS,
ASHLAR, CROSSES,
RANGE .. WORK,
ETC., ETC.
_.,,...___,,.-.,._-..,,_.~'V'-'"""""...-VOO.~~------~ ~

Among the many Public Buildings for which this Finn has supplied Bath Stonework may be mentioned :-Downside College, near
Bath; Church of our L ady of the Assumption, Cambridge ; S t. Michael's Church, Newcastle-on-Tyne; Bath Abbey (poining); Ushaw
College ; Church of SS. Mary and Joseph, Carlisle ; St. Andrew's Church and St. J ohn's Church and Priory, Bath; AI1 Saints' Church,
\Veston; Trinity College, Cambridge; St. Joseph's Church, West Hartlepool; St. Mary's Church, Chepstow; &c., &c., &c.
Prices on application to- .

HENRY W. BLADWELL, SVDENHAM WHARF, BATll.


(TO WHOM ALL COMMUNICATIONS MUST BE ADDRESSEDJ

STEAM
'telegrams- " SLA.TTATO, LONDON,"
MARBLE
~ · · ~~.____.____.. • ....__.._..__..__...___.
WORKS.
Teleplione-No, 494, Kings Cross.

M. & R. MOORE,
6~, PEf{TOf{VILtllE ~ORO, U.Of{OOfi, ft.
Interior Decorations,
Wall Linings, Flooring,
Shop Fittings,
Lavatory Tops, &c.,
IN PL~IN AN8 FANGY

MARBLES AND ALABASTERI


Altlt ffiA~BltE P~ICTIOf'1_-POliISfiE1:> •
.......;::,. No Acr o USED. .,::;..-
Established 1847. Estimates Free ..
Sec. Cl M1\RBLE, 5T0NE, GR1\NITE, & 5L1\TE M1\5eNRY. 97

:~:::::~ BOWIR ~ flORINCf, E'•;;;~hed


The Spillal Granile works, Aberdeen.
Manufacturers of Polished Granite Monuments &Building Fronts.
Direct Importers of Oriental, Red and Grey Swede, Black and Blue Russian, Orey and Dark
Blue Labrador Granite.

~~
~~
RED QUARRIES,
GREY TOAD HALL
QUARRIES, AND BLAGKHILL,
KINTORE. PETERHEAD.
4lit • ~ ..)it

CIRCULAR WORK A SPECIALITY-By New Patent Machinery.

flLL CflQVING CUT WITH


= = = PNEUMflTIC TOOL5.

••••••••••••
These Tools have considerably re=
duced the cost of Carving in Granite,
and make excellent work.

Ll5T Of W011K5 DONE &Y U5 WILL BE 5ENT


ON APPLICt'.'.ITION.

London Office: 64, FINSBURY PAVEMENT, E.C.


9s MilRBtE, 5T0NE, GR.i\NiTE, 1& .s·LlfTE M1\50NRV. [Sec. C

M• B• BOUNDS o.
g,
SON' MARBLE, SLATE, AND
STONE MASONS,
Steam Works: -121, ~OY.Ali ~O.AO, ~ENNINGTON P.R.~~' u0f4_00f4_, s.e:
(Marble Decorative Work, Wall Linings, Dados, &c.
Marble Staircases, Pavings, Steps, '-'?olumns, &c.
SPECIALISTS
IN j
1
Slate and Marble Lavatory, Bath, and Sanitary Work.
Marble eounter Tops, and Shop Fittings.
Plain and Enamelled Slate for all purposes.
l General Marble Work.
Estimates and desig ns free. Architects' designs carried out. . Work.fix ed by exp erienced Men .
A GREAT VARIETY OF COLOURED MARBLES ALWAYS ON HAND .
Personal Supervision given to all work. Telephone- No. 1403 Hop.
, ESTABLISHED 1879.
Telegrams-" Brown.
Sculptor, Aberdeen ." ~-
"'JJltK" ~
A""S. e
....,:C ~o
~
"**' "'a...,...
~ ...&...~ ~
Telephone I
K75 Natlonal.

~ St. Nl'-'?H0L1\S GR1lNITE W0RKS, 1\BERDEEN. ~


IMPORTER OF SWEDISH AND NORWEGl~N GRANITES AND LABRADORITES.
MANUFACTURER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
Monuments, ARCHITECTURAL AND MONUMENTAL WORK, Pedestals,
Columns, Poli'slwl or Fine -axed, in all tke various Skalies of Granite, viz. :-.- Dados,
Fountains, PETERHEAD (Red) CORRENNIE (Red) Steps,
Crosses, HILL O'FARE " RUBISLAW (Qrey) Plinths,
Headstones, SWEDISH (Red) EMERALD (Pearl) Pilasters,
Ledgers, BON-ACCORD ,, DARK " and Ba8es
I CARNATION " BLUE " for Shop Fronts,
Wall T abets, No. 36 " ROYAL BLUE "
.&c., &c. FROGHALL (Grey), VICTORIA (Grey), BON-ACCORD (Black), &c., 4:c.
ARCHITECTS' DRAWINO.S CAREFULLY WORKED TO. M E MORIAL DESIONS AND PRICE Ll.ST.S ON APPLICATION.
Circular Work a Speciality-up to 4 feet 2 inches diameter

• - ·--:-;-> -.1-:-,... ·-----:---------:-:- ""."~''. ,,.~~ . ~--~· I


Tc!epNjhlr"1ddress · 'CRU.IC.KSllA~~ l8£ROEEN." · -~-..!w T~~ef!..hone ~-0 954. ·- · ._ ·_

Every d esr.r1 pti on o F I n' a 11 th e


Pa l is~1ed &·oressed Granite Wor k v a r i ou s calaur· s o f j
· for ARCHITE~TURAL and ~..-... " BR1r1s·H & Fe REIGN GRAN 1TE.s
Red.Blue. Grey. Bia c~
Gree n, & ': &':

ririA.NfrE :MANUFAcTURERs~.
~ A l byn Grani.ce·· yt~~k.~. A B'ERDEEN. ·,~~·~.
. , , , ---~ ,_

T<l<gnphiR'biiE'iiT A. 0 I e K'S~I\C '54S Hop.

Station Work5, 5outh Bermond5ey, London, S.E. ~~

SLATE SLAB WORK. PLAIN & ENAMELLED.


Ba.tbs, Urinals, Tanks, Washtops, Lavatories, Shelving, Linings, Floors,
Facias, Tablets, Chimney Pieces, Brewers' Tanks, Backs, &c.

Speciality :--ENAMELLED SLATE TABLETS and FACIAS. Also with Plate Glass Fronts.
O/ass Department.-EMBOSSED & BRILLIANT CUT ULASS, &c.
Se~. CJ M1\RBLE, ST0NE, GR1\NITE, & SL1\TE M1\S0NRV. e~

• -.11,.,..~flicA"'1ru1-
E11L1tY,
<4~·Ul'ON·TYN1t."
EMLEY &SONS LTD , '
TeltN•011U-
G.P.O., No. 49'·
. , N~TIONAL,No.110 9

STEAM MARBLE MILLS, NEWCASTLE·UPON·TYNE.


CONTRACTORS, WORKERS, DECORATORS d SCULPTORS
Dr

Marble, Alabaster, &Granite, Mosaic, &c.


STAIRCASES, COLUMN.S, WALL-LININGS, PAVEMENTS, CHIMNEY PIECES,
FENDERS, BATHS, &o., &o., For Mansions, Poblio Buildings, &o.
@fyaPsfy W0Pk-ftlte:P~, ~0f(>h,, °{®al pita, @0lam0i, °{®<:Jveme0t1, ~<»·,
In Marble specially selected and suited for the purpose.

MONUMENTAL WORJ< IN GRANITE, MARBLE, &c.


Turning & Polishing by special Machinery, Drawings & Estimates Free.
Ref'erencee to Architect• f'or whom work ha• been done, alao to eomo Contract• completed 1-

R. NORMAN SHAW, Esq., R.A., London. Messrs. DUNN, HANSOM, & FENWICKE, Newcastle-on-
ALFMD WATERHOUSE, Esq., R.A., London. FRANK W. RICH, Esq., Newcastle-on-Tyne. [Tyne.
J. L. PEARSON, Esq., R.A., London. Messrs. OLIVER & LEESON, Newcastle-on-Tyne.
Messrs. Go::;.DIE, CHILD, & GOLDIE, London. Messrs. SYDNEY MITCHELL & WILSON, Edinburgh.
Messrs. GIBSON & RUSSELL, London. Etc., etc., etc..

c';~~~~~. •
Telegrams:

ABERDEEN." -
;;..

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..,
..&..:m---- • - -
A -- ;
- -
& can be had in
every known
Colour from

GARDEN & Co., VICTORIA GRANITE WORKS, ABERDEEN,


Work and Polish over 50 Different Granites for Shop Fronts."
SILVER MEDAL awarded at the recent Paris Exhibition-a higher award than was
given to any other Granite Exhibit from Britain.

MONUMENTAL, BUILDING, AND DECORATIVE PURPOSES.


APPROXIMATE PRIGES { PILASTERS :-Up to 15 in. X3 in., 8/6 per su perficial foot, with fac~ and two returns P' lished.
COLUMNS :-Bin. diam.b8/6 per foot run; I2 in. diam., 12/• per foot run; 18 in. diam. 'J.3/6 per-foot run.
F, 0, R, ABERDEEN , PLAIN PLINTHS :-A out 13/· per superficial foot.
Specially Equipped with all the Latest Appllunces and Machinery for Turned, Dressed and Polished Work of all Descriptions.
ESTIMATES AND DESIGNS ON APPLICATION.
&ome of' the Largest Polished Fron1:s in London, Liverpool, Birmingham, Newcastle and Dublin, and the "John
Wycliffe" and "Mar&'aret Ogilvy" Memorials Rec ently Supplied.
N.&.-GARDEN C,.. CO. freely offe,. any ass1"sfance wlu'clt tlier'r exjJeriCnce may tnttble them to g'ti.111 f o Arckr."lects £n reg-ard fo flze most economti:al
. a11d sudal>le metltotls of aPPly1'11g G1·an tfe to B1n."ld£11g- Fronts.
.

Users of " The Co112pe12djum"" would


ob/jge by mentio12in__g jf as the source of
thejr jziformatio12 whe12 commu17icatjng flvjth
the Firms represented herein.
100 Ml\RBLE, STCNE, GR1\NITE, & SL1\TE M1\S0NRY. [Sec. C
~ MARBLE IN BLOCKS AND SLABS, MARBLE WALL LININGS, DADOS, SKIRTINGS, STEPS, ~

_IR . H
~ THE IRISH MARBLE COMPANY (RICHARD COLLES), ;
~ ~

MAR BLEs
PROPRIETORS OF THE: CELEBRATED QUARRIES OF
~

18
VICTORIA RED. SUNSET, CONNEMARA GREEN,
~ . BLACK, BLACK FOSSIL or KILKENNY, DOVE, 0
ca: . DARK GREY &c., &c. c
!:; Addm•' MARBLE MILLS, I:
:
!::
~~~~D~7~YJ T~~!:o~~P~I~· ,.
Estimates posted 01· wi;ed im;edl;t~ly on r~ceipt of p~rticui~rs fo~ -Polish~d Marble Work of every description,
J
~
~ fitted ready for fixing, and delivered free at destination. Enquiries solicited. Samples free, :Z:

~MONUMENTS, TABLETS, LEDGERS, MANTEL-PIECES, FENDERS, COUNTER TOPS, &C. r;1


ALEX. MACDONALD &
(Formerly ALEX. MACDONALD, FIELD, & Co.)
co.J LD.J
Aberdeen Granite Works, Aberdeen; 373, Euston Road, London, N. W.
... .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. "'
And 67, STIR.LINO ROAD, OLASOOW.

COLUMNS, PILASTERS, & ALL BUILDING WORK,


In RED or GREY GRANITE, executed promptly, and at Moderate Rates.
ENGLISH AND FOREIGN GRANITES SUPPLIED.

PETH I CK BR.OS.,
Granite Merchants.
LAIRA BRIDGE, PLYMOUTH.
(Quarries connected with Railway Sidings & Water-side Premises)

lngin~ering and Archilec1ura1 Granile work 01 everg kind.

BUILDERS' ANNOUNC£~ENTS,
~ommencing on page 392, showing the class of work various
Building Firms are accustomed to undertake, are a valuable guide
to 1\rchitects when placing contracts for the erection of Buildin~s, &c.
(8). SEC. K.-MASONRV, MARBLE, ENAMELLED SLATE, SCULPTURE, &c

Telegraph ic Address : "ODLING, LONDON. " London Telephone No. "135, DA L STON ."
"OD LI NG, L IVERPOOL ." Liverpoo l Te lephone No. "5843, CENTRAL

~elm ·Odling ~ Sons, £1mu~a.


MARBLE
MERCHANTS
1\~u QUARRY
OWNERS
£ondon Cbid Ofm:~ & D~))Of-...-&::;.._,_
Crown Wharf, 132, New North Road, N.
AND AT
Rathbone Place, Gt. George St., Liverpool
Glasgow, Hull, Dublin, Sydney and Melbourne.

Sawmills and Studios: Carrara, Italy

£ondon Works- We have the latest and most improved Machinery, and a good staff of Practical English
Masons
£iV¢rPOO)-At our Works, Rathbone Place, Great George Street, we have erected further Machinery, and
can execute all North of England orders cheaply and promptly.
Italian Studios. Carrara. Italy-Our Studios are large and convenient, fitted with modern machinery, and
whjch is run by electricity. We are in a position to carry out work of all classes in
a first class manner and at low prices. This Studio is personally managed by our
Mr. F . ]. Odling.
8¢Jgium-By means of our various agencies we are in a first class position to supply all Belgian work at
lowest prices, and with first -class workmanship.
marbl¢ til¢$-Red or Green and White Tilr s are a speciality of ours . . Write for prices. They compare
favourably with black and white.
St. SyJvestr¢ marble-(Sole agents). Fresh stocks of this lovely n1arble from the ancient Portuguese
quarries just arriving.

Staircases Figures Wall Lining


Steps Busts Counters
Columns Fountains Lavatories
Balusters Pulpits Urinals
Sec. CJ MARBLE, ST0NE, GRANITE, & SLATE MAS0NRY. IOI

PART". EXTERIOR VIEW OF WORK S.

PAR T INTERIOR VIEW OF STONE-CUTTING SHED.

CHARLES MCDONALD, ::~:~~L~ORKS,


Telephone-
N ational, K 50.
J U "te Street, ABE RDEEN • T elegrams-
Froghall, Aberdeen.
Manufacturer of every description of Granite Work for Architectural and Monumental Purposes In all

BRIT~s~ AND FOREIGN GRANITES.


Architects Drawings carefully worked to. Designs and Estimates on Application.
NOTE-All enqmethods
uiries must he accompanied h
of schedur p . Y exp1anatory Drawings. No
D · d "fli t d" t · t d t d"ff
rices given off Schedule s '~ l thout rawm gs, as 1 e ren i.s ric s a op i . c rent
Ill&". rices of manufactured Granite varyiiig so much , it will he to enquirer's a dva ntafl"e to sep\l lull Drawm i;s.
102 M.1\RBLEJ ST0NE; GR.1\N 'ITE, & SL.1\TE M1\S0NRY. [Sec. C

WE WORK
AND POLISH

MARBLE,
SLATE AND
GRANITE'
and guarantee
the utmost

ECONOMY & DESPATCH CLUB DOORWAY.


• 0 • Granite by ARTHUR LEE & BROS., Ltd.

• • •
OUR ENGINES
run

PLANING,
MOULDING,
POLISHING
Machinery
of

Modern Powerful
AN ENGINE ROOM
At the W01·ks of Arthur Lee &> Bros,, Ltd. Type.

Arthur Lee & Bros. Ltd. Bristol


Marble. Slate~ and Granite. A

i NATIONAL TELEP H ONE No . 47, TELEGRAMS: "LEE , BRISTOL." ESTABLISHED 1828.

1ARTH u R LEE & BROS. Ltd.


--1-
-

PARIS EXHIBITION, 1900.


MARBLE, SLATE
and GRANITE
_0_WoRKS,
BRISTOL. • •

A Silver Medal
was awarded to

Arthur Lee & Bros.


LTD ,
for a

MARBLE PAVEMENT
in

Opus
A I ex an d r i n u n1
manufact ur ed at the ir

Bristol Works
and laid by them in the
Entrance Hall of the

BRil'ISH
ROYAL
PAVILION. BRITISH ROYAL PAVILION, PARIS EXHIBITION•
.llnrblr Pa111 1111•11/ hy .A r//111r
1 l 11'f' &- Bras. Lid.
B Marble, Slate, and Granite.

EXAMPLES OF WORK IN MARBLE CARRIED OUT BY


ARTHUR LEE & BROS., Ltd.

THE HOTEL RUSSELL, LONDON.

THE GRAND STAIRCASE. STAIRCASE FROM FIRST FLOOil.

MARBLES USED.

Sienna. Rose du Var.

Breche Violette . Griotte de Sost.

Campan Vert. 13reche Sanguir.e.

Sicilian. Be lgi:rn Bl ack.

THE GALLERY OVER ENTRANCE HAL~


Marble, Slate, and Granite. c

EXAMPLES OF WORK IN MARBLE CARRIED OUT BY

ARTHUR LEE & BROS., Ltd.

THE HOTEL MAJESTIC, HARROGATE.

THE LOUNGE.

A DOORWAY.

iVIARBLES USED.

Breche Violette. 13elgian Black.

Sarrancolin. St. Sylvester.


Yellow Verona. Rouge 13yzantine.

Sicilian.

THE LAVATOilY.

These Illustrations will serve to suggest the class of


WORK ACTUALLY DONE
by ARTHUR LEE & BROS., Ltd. , and the finish of their products.
D Marble, Slate, and Granite.

NAT IONA L TEL E P HO NE NO. 47, TELEGRAMS: " LEE , BRIS T OL." EST ABLI SH E O 1828 .

'ARTHUR LEE & BROS.Ltd.


------

WORKERS OF

Marble and Slate,


And IMPORTERS OF

Scand i navi an
a • Granites,
II

BRISTOL.

LLOYD'S BANK, GLOUCESTER.


Cra11il<! l Vork by .rl rilwr L oe &~ J)rus. /, id.

Tlte mos t beautiful of th e Scand in a vian Granites


arc-

LAURVIK,
FUGLEVIK and
CARNAl'ION;
S PEC IA LITIES OF
LONDON CITY AND MIDLAND BANK, BATH.
Arthur Lee & Bros., Ltd. C ra11ilc JI "ur k by _. / rll111r L·.: &~ B rus., lid.

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BRA NC I Ui ~ AT
LONDON: ABERDEEN: PLYMOUTH:
63, Queen Victoria Street, E.C. 71, King Street. Clock Tower Chambers. 1
Sec. CJ M7lRBLE. ST0NE, GR1\NITE, & SL11.TE M1\50NRV. 103

-,~

. ARTHUR LEE & BROS.,


LIMITED,

BRISTOL,
Will supply on request

Designs & Estimates


for

Public Fountains
or

Memorials......~

GRANITE FOUNTAIN,
By Arthur Lee & Bros., Ltd.

They have had

LARGE EXPERIENCE
in
PUBLIC WORK GRANITE FOUNTAIN,
of this class. ~ By Arthur Lee & Bros., Ltd.

__::::::::::::============================~
104 M1\RBLE, ST0NE, GR1\NITE, & SL1\TE M1\S0NRY. [Sec. C

6,
1\. J. I?HILLII?S &
~UILDH.A.LL CHAMBERS, LONDON, E.C.
eo.,
Improved Tar Paving and Asphalte for Playgrounds, Footpaths, &c. Special Dark Surface for Tennis-Courts.
GRANITIC ARTIFICIAL STONE
J:'aving for Schools, Corridors, Footpaths, Playgrounds, Warehouses, Stables, Yards, Skating Rinks, Granaries,
Laundries, Breweriei', Dairies, &c.
FIREPROOF STAIRCASES & FLOORS, AND GONGRETE GONSTRUGTION GENERALLY. MOULDED STEPS, LANDINGS, GILLS, LINTOLS, &o.,
AT CONSIDERABI,Y LESS COST THAN NATURAL STONE.
IMPERISHABLE, IMPERVIOUS, VERMIN-PROOF.
MARBLE MOSAIC PA. YING.
WORK GUARANTEED FOR LONG PERIODS. ESTIMATES FREE •
. Contractors to H.llf. Government, tlte London School Board, London County Council, Met1·0-1>nlitrm Asylums Board, Corporation of tltt
City of London, a11d 111a11y Boards and Architects in London nnd th• Provinas.

Telegrams-" WILKINSONS," BRIDOWA'rE'~.

WILKINSON & LENG, Ltd$, Bridgwater.


CHIMNEY PIECES in Marble and Enamelled Slate.
Manufacturers of all kinds of Slate and Marble Work, for Shop Fittings, Baths, Lavatories,
Railway-Station Urinals, Closets, Sinks, Cisterns, Tables, Shelves, Milk-Coolers,
Electric Work, &c.
SLATES.-Baugor, Carnarvon, Portmadoc, Westmoreland Green, Welsh
SLATING & TILING. Gree n, Grey Green, West of England Slates, &c.
TILES.-Broseley, Staffordshire, Bridgwater, &c.

~ Wholesale Slate Merchants and Importers. ~


CATALOGUE ON APPLICATION.

JAMES WRIGHT & SONS,


ROYAL ORAN/TE WORKS, ABERDEEN.
QUARRIES:

*
R~u .-Little Stirling, and Stirlinghill,
Address for Telegram•:
Peterhead. "RIGHT," ADERDEE• ·
G1ui:v. -Sylave thie, Alford.

GRANITES. HIGHEST AWARDS.


Peterhead, Aberdeen, Ross of Mull, GRANITES.
Iriah, Swedish, Labradorite, and all the 18&1· The only occasions on which
other Foreign Granites. [Red, Gray, Blue, Black, Greco.
wo have Exhibited.
Among many others we hue executed the following Contracts :-Rustic Plinth, Bank of England., Law Courts Branch, London; Lamp Pedestal,
Picca<l.tlly Circus, W.; Union Bank of Australia Cornhill, E.C.; British and Foreign Bib'le Society, Queen Victoria Street, E .C .; Craven Hou.so,
Northumberland Avenue, S.W.; Royal Courts of Justice Cbambersi- Strand, W.C.; Holborn Restaurant; Ilome and Colonial Offices, Westminster, S.W.;
Enclosure, Grosvenor House,ParkLaue, W~ ; Silber'a, Wood Street, E.C . ; P ears', N ew Oxford Street, \V.C.; Arcade, Bond Street, W.; Monument Station
Tavern E .C.; D0orway, Warnford Court, E.C . ; Lambert and Butler, 147, Drury Lane, W.C . ; Cobden Coffee House, Birmingham; New Liberal Club,
Jiirmiog~am; J.C. Wright's Bank, Nottingham; R. L. & E. Lamb's Front, Nottingham; Devon and Cornwall Bank, Torqua.y; Equitable Fire a.ndA.ccidCct
')llice. Manche1w; Front, Balmoral Hotel, Ed.i ahur2b: Columns. &c .. Ch·uch, Strabane; Columns, Cathedral, Droirheda. r

Tt:le2'rapbic Address, " Field, Edlnr " Telephone, No. 2,297.

FIELD DEPOTS :
ALLAN,
Leith, Silloth, Bowling, Alloa, lnverkeithing & Meth ii.

Manufacturers of MARBLE, ENAMELLED, & PLAIN SLATE


FOR ALL PURPOSES.
L o ndon, 1862. Edinburgh, 1886.

SLATE, GLASS, PAVEMENT, CEMENT AND GENERAL BUILDERS' MERCHANTS.


KITCHEN RANGES, GRATES, INTERIORS, FENDERS, &c., &c.
CONTRACTORS FOR FAIENCE, TILES, CERAMIC AND MARBLE MOSAICS FOR WALLS, CEILINGS AND FLOORS.
SPJ;;CIAL DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION.

Head Office- 122, GEORGE STREET, EDINBURGH.


ShnWl'oom & Of!loa- 120, GEORGE ST., EDINBURGH. Work•- BANGOR RD., LEITH.(Telephona, 4 ,029.)
.l \. / V

Limited,
~ ~ ~ Quarry Owners, Merchants, and Workers in Marble (lnd Granite.
LONDON, LIVERPOOL, BRISTOL, and CARRARA, Italy.
£ondon: q. \ i\'ll(.tr f, Graham St. ,
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF MARBLE WORK for BUILD- C ity Ro;t.d, N .

~
£i\'lerpoo l; r5 , r 7 and 19 Parlia -
me nt Street .
ING, DECORATIVE AND MONUMENTAL PURPOSES. Bri.s.tol: Canon's .i\'.(a rsh .
mo rh.s and Quarries : Carra ra ,
l ta ly.
EXTENSIVE QUARRIES, SPACIOUS STUDIOS, AND t::e\egram.s :

UP-TO-DATE MACHINERY ENABLE US TO EXECUTE


I Good dy . London .
Gooddy Cr ipps, L ive rpool.

I
C ripp s, _Hristol.
I! ORDERS IN THE SHORTEST TIME CONSISTENT
\Valton , C a rrara .
t::elephones :
j :Condon : 01ti Ki ng's C ross .
Civerpoo l : t73 Toxtcth.
WITH FIRST CLASS WORK.~o- §o-§o-.§o-§o-§o-§o- §~ §o- §o- §o-§o- Br istol: 20.1.

II

We hold large stocks of White and Coloured Marbles, Onyx, etc., at each of our
depots. Particulars and Samples to Architects and the Trade on application.
VERDE ANTICO.- Agents for this Antique Green Marble.
FINEST STATUARY MARBLE .- We hold an exceptionally fine stock, suitable
for Statues, Busts, and Memorials.
See our A dve rtisem ents i n Com/Je11di 11 111 s fro 111 Fi rst / ~s u e.
PARIS EXHIBITION, 1900.

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Quarry Owners, Merchants, and Workers in Marble and Granite,

LONDON, LIVERPOOL, BRISTOL, and CARRARA, ltalv,


' r
have been awarded l\'lEDAL & Diploma for the excellence
of their BLACK and WHITE MARBLE PAVEMENTS
fi xed in Hall and Co rridor of ROYAL PAVILION.
See Photograj>h refwod11ccd below.

Re/Jrod11c.:ed by />eri11i . . .-;iu11 OJ TH E H ALL. ·· GOUNTJ?Y Ul'E. "

O THE R DE SI GNS IN BLAC K, WHIT E, OR CO LOU RED MARB L ES QUO T ED ON APP LI CAT ION.
t ST IM ATES G IV Ei\J FO R EVER Y DESCRIPTION OF MARB L E DECORA TIV E W O RK

Quarri es and Works- CARRARA, Italy.

L?z.. Wl\bTON, GOODDY & Cl\Il?J?S, bimited. c6C\ ,


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• • . ESTABLISHED 1821. • • •

J. WHITEHEAD & SONS, LTD.


Granite Merchants.
GRANITE FRONTS, COLUMNS, PILASTERSt
-
PEDESTALS, BASES, etc.

ESTIMATES GIVEN, inclusive ·or exclusive of Fixing, in Aberdeen,


Peterhead, Cornish, Norwegian, Swedish, Labrador, and other
Granites and Syenites, in 4.o different Colours.

TENDERS for Street Paving, Se~ts, Kerbing, Harbour and Dock Work
in any quantity, Stauncheons, Spur Stones, Gra_nite Rollers, and
all Work for which Granite is used. . . . •
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ABER.DEEN, WESTMINSTER., LAMBETH & PAR.IS.


Cbid Offict :

74, QOCHE5TER ROW, WE5TMIN5TER, 5.W.


J. WHITEHEAD & SONS, LIMITED, Granite Merchants and Manufacturers,
WESTMINSTER and ABERDEEN.
J. WHITEHEAD & SONS, LIMITED, Marble Manufacturers, Importers and Quarry Owners,
WESTMINSTER, CARRARA and PARIS.
t¢1¢gram.s:
t¢1¢Pb0U¢$ :
"SCULPTORS," LONDON.
ESTABLISHED
"MASONRY." ABERDEEN.
"MARO," CARRARA. ... 1821. 178 WESTMINSTER. ·
1026 HOP.
894 ABERDEEN.
"NEUMEGEN," PARIS.

J. WHITEHEAD & SONS, LTD.


artistic an~ IDecorati"e
MARBLE MANUFACTURERS,
IMPORTERS AND QUARRY OWNERS,
Ecclesiastical, Monumental and Portrait -Sculptors.

Sole Owners of many New and Beautiful Decorative Marbles.


200 different Choice Coloured Marbles to select from.

INTERIORS. STAIRCASES. BALUSTRADES.


WALL LININGS. COLUMNS. PILASTERS.
BASES. . PEDESTALS. COUNTERS, &c.

Reredoses, Altars, Fonts, Pulpits, and Screens.


Mausoleums, Monuments, Tombs, Sculptured & Plain Tablets.
- - ~ ---

STATUES, MEDALLIONS, RELIEFS AND PANELS,


FOUNTAINS AND CATTLE TROUGHS,
SUN.. DIALS,
And Every Description of Work suited to Sicilian, Statuary or Coloured Marble,
· Alabaster or Stone.
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WESTMINSTER, LAMBETH. ABERDEEN, CARRARA, AND PARIS.


Cbi~f OffiC¢ :
74, UOCHE.5TEU UOW, WE.5TMIN.5TE.U, .5.W.
Sec. CJ MllRBLE, STeNE, GRANITE, & SLATE M1\S0NRY. 107

T ELEPHONE- Telegrams -
No. 27. ESTABLISHED 1786. . " ROOFING, BRISTOL."

TEMPLE, RooERS&Co.
:Suilder~· j)2ercfianfs (j)2attufaduring,)
IMPORTERS OF SL.A.TE .A.ND MARBLE,~

CANON'S MARSH, BRISTOL.


MANUFACTURERS OF

ENAMELLED SLATE & MARBLE CHIMNEY PIECES


'gaemoriaC '@'.aBCefr• & ~~1ouumeutar ~e$igu$.
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF SLATE AND MARBLE WORK EXECUTED·
MAKERS 8F f>LASTER 0f f>ARIS.
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IMPORTERS OF ROOFING SLATES.
Quotations given for tlte following Slates in Trttcl~ Loads, of 4 Tons and upwards, to any Goods Station in the Kiit{{dom,
PEN,~f{Yft, OINO~UlIC. ANO CA~f4H.~VON 13.R.NGO~,
PO~TffiAOOC, :PESTINIOG ANO l.tl.tF.lN.GOltl.tEN.
Westmoreland Green, Eureka Green, Whitland Abbey Green.
Sole Consignees for West and South of England for the Celebrated
CAR.BON BLUE ROOFING SL.A.TES.

TEMPLE. R0GERS & CO.,


Works and Show Rooms: CANON'S MARSH, BRISTOL.
Five Minutes' Walk from St. :J.11gustine's Bridge,
108 M0S1U@S. [Sec. C
Contractors to H. M. Government.

GEARY, WALKER & CO.


M©SAie ~
TERR1\ZZ0.
.Roman Marble Mosaic
From 15s. per yard super.

Venetian Marble Mosaic


and Terrazzo
Fro:rq. 63. 6d. per yard super.
Special Sketches and Estimates sent on receipt of plan.
\
Manufacturers of WOOD-BLOCK FLOORING; the patent
"ANHYDROUS" Flooring; PARQUETRY, E~c .
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Mansion House Chambers,
11, Queen Victoria Street, LONDON, E.C.
For WOOD BLOCKS, PARQUET, &c., see page 120.
Sec. CJ M0S1\H.~S. 109

MARBLE MOSAIC PAVING (Romau and Venetian).


Manufacturers of
Architectural Concrete Work,
5tairca.se.s, and fireproof Construction.
WORKS COVER THREE ACRES. GOLD MEDALS AWARDED.

BUILDERS' ANNOUNCEMENTS,
eommencing on page 392, showing the class of work various
Building Firms are accustomed to undertake, are a valuable guide
to 1\rchitects when placing contracts for the erection of Buildings, &c.
110 [Sec. C

J. & H. PATTESON,
MARBLE WORKS,

OXFORD STREET, MANCHESTER.


Te!esr~blc: Addreu- Telepbone-
MANCHfl.5Tfl~"
'' PATIU0.1!11, E5TfJBLl5HED 1805. tto. 1ao1.

- - - - - - - - k l _ l _ I-1-tllllHllll ltl ...lllHllletloelt....._llilelllnlHIHltnlllllfl'ltll.


M . •----

IffiPO~TB~S of &nd WO~~B~S in Svetfy V&tTiety of

BRITISH AND FOREIGN MARBLE,


ALABASTER, GRANITE, & STONE.

ARCHITECTURAL WORK, Staircases, Balustrades, Columns, Reredoses, Fonts, Monuments, &c.


MARBLE WALL LININGS AND PAVEMENTS AT THE SAME COST AS TILES.
eHIMNEY l?IE<.'?ES-the Largest Stock in the eountry.
_ _ _ _MmWMl.......,............ IW'*'*lltl.i _ __

ARCHITECTURAL AND ECCLESIASTICAL MODELLERS AND SCULPTORS.


l*I,........,....,.__________
llMlllllllttl~llllltmltlJ.lll"'""'llt!Mll*"'"'llll ..

Italian Marble Mosaic Pavements,


LAID BY THEIR OWN .STAFF OF ITALIAN WORKMEN •
•• •• •• •• •• •• •• ••
MARBLE MOSAIC ADAMANT (a Superior Terrazzo Pavement),
Durable, Arti5tic, and lnexpen5ive. 5pecially recommended.
MARBLE MOSAIC ADAMANT is also made in TILES for FLOORS and WALLS, and can be fixed by ordinary
workmen. They are specially adapted for Export.
PRICES, f'rom 7/6 per square yard.

MARBLE AND MOSAIC WORKS EXECUTED AT THE FOLLOWING IMPORTANT BUILDINGS:-


Royal Infirmary, Liverpool. A. W A'£ERHOUSE, Esq., R.A. The Crematorium, Manchester. Messrs. SALOMONS &
Truro Cathedral. J. L. PEARSON, E sq., R.A. STEINTHALL· .
Midland Railway Hotel, Bradford. C. TRUBSHAW, Esq. The University, Edinburgh. Dr. ROWAND ANDERSON.
St. James' Church, Bootle. c. HADFIELD, Esq. The Joint Stock Bank, Leeds. Messrs. AMBLER & BOWMAN.
The Harris Institute, Preston. J. RIBBER'£, Esq. The Yorkshire Penny Bank, Leeds. Messrs. PERKIN &
.The Cathedral, Manchester. J. S. CROWTHER, Esq. BULMER.
General Infirmary, Leeds. GEORGE CORSON, Esq. The Queen's and the Royal Hotels, Cardiff. J.P. JoN:!tS, Esq.
Dunstan Hall, Staffs. Messrs. GRAYSON & OULD. Art Gallery, Manchester. J. MURGATROYD, Esq.
Craig House Asylum, Edinburgh. Messrs. S. MITCHELJ, & Municipal Buildings, Sheffield. E.W. MOUNTFORD, Esq.
WILSON. National Portrait Gallery. EWAN CHRISTIAN, E sq.
Manchester & Liverpool District Bank. T. L. BARKER, Esq. Royal Infirmary, Derby. Messrs. YOUNG & HALL.
Lancashire and Yorkshire Bank, Manchester. Messrs. Lon don and Midland Bank, Bradford. JAMES L EDINGHAM,
HEATHCOTE & RAWLE. E sq.
Savoy Hotel, London. T. E . COLCUTT, Esq. Ma nch ester College, Oxford. Messrs. THOS. WORTHINGTON
Hotel Cecil, London. Messrs. PERRY & REED. & SON.
Slieve Donard Hotel, Belfast. Messrs. YOUNG & MACKENZIE. Infirmary, Paisley. T . G. ABERCROMBIE, Esq.
Mechanical Engineers' Institute, London. BASIL SLADE, Esq. County Offices, Wakefield. Messrs. GIBSON & RUSSELL·
University College Hospital, London. Messrs. A. WATER- St. Helen's, Dublin. Messrs. GRAYSON & OULD.
HOUSE & SON. Hotel Great Central, London. Col. R. W. Ems.

_.. DESIQNS AND ESTIMATES FREE ON APPL.IOATION • ..._


111

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5ee al.so 5ummary of Contents, page 1

Section D. ··
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Timber. Join:erg ,(Including wood ·Chimneg Pieces).


Parque1 and ·wood Block flooring.
,
wood ·c~rving. wood fencing.
·'.
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FIRMS REPRESENTED . IN TH[S SECTION .. ·. i

_PAGE PAGE
ACME Woop FLOORING Co., Lo. •• •• .•. u8, 119 NOAKES, E.G. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. II4
ART PAVRMENTS & DECORATIONS, Lo, (formerly De Grelle, OwEN , Jos& PH, & SoNs, Lo. .• • .. .• •, .. u3
Houd r et & Co. . ., •• .• r t6A, l 16B • P~RTRIDGE BROS. •. .. .. .. .. •• ll4
ASHWORTH, J,, & Co . .. , .. , .. .• 113 SMITH, JoNAs, & Cd. .. .. · .. .. .. •• ns
BROOKER, J . T. . . . .. .. .. .. .. 126A, r26s · TURPINS' Co. .• .. .. · .. . . - 12r
DEAN, R,. & SONS ·. . .. .. .. .. .. 125 WAKEHAM, W. G. .. . .. .. .. 113
GEARY,· WALKER & Co... .: .. .. 120 WARD, B., & Co., lo. . . .. .. .. .. 122, 123
GIBBARD, j. R.
.. .. .. .. .. · .. • .. II7 VilEsTMINiiTER PATl!NT FLOORING Co. .. 124
GIRLING, R. .. .. .. .. •. .. 113 , Vilooo CARVING Co, Lo •. .. 126
GOODALL, Ll)-MB & HEI<>HWAY, LD . R. E., & u6
J
.. .. .. .. II4 WoRSLEY, Co. .. .. .. .. ..
LOCKHART, A, •• .. .' . ·· ·· ·· •· · IT 4

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lfsers of ''The Compe12djum~~ would


oblige by _mentio12in~ it as the source of
the1r jnformotio12 when commuificoting with
. I

the Fjrms represented herei120


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Sec. DJ TIMBER- J01NERY. 113
English and ESTABLISHED 1856. Timber Depots-
Foreign Timber, Liverpool,
Mahogany, and
Hardwoods.
JOHN ASHWORTH & GO., Hull, Fleetwood,
Preston,
Manchester.
Navvy Barrows,
English and foreign Timber Merchants,
Handspikes, Importers, Exporters, Manufacturers, ~c. Gates, Fencing
(Plain
Pick Handles,
Office, Retail Yard, and Factory- or Creosoted).
Tip Waggons,
Poling Boards, ROSSENDALE VALLEY SAW MILLS, WATERFOOT, MANCHESTER. Doors, Moulds,
Sleepers. Windows,
BUYERS OF ALL KINDS OF ROUND TIMBER FOR CASH. Electrical
Naves, Felloes, Casings.
Shafts, SPECIALITY- Turnery.
Dressed Spokes, Timber Sawn to Dimension for Contractors, Machinists,
and all Collieries, Railways, PL!blic Works, &c. Oak Sills,
Cart Materials. ENQUIRIES INVITED. LISTS FREE. (NAME "COMPENDIUM.'') Scantlin&", &c.

Telegraphic Addresses-" OWEN, LIVERPOOL." "BUCHBRON, LONDON."

JOSEPH OWEN & SONS, LIMITED,


Timber Merchants, Importers and Manufacturers,
HOLD LARGE STOCKS AS UNDER;
WHOLE SALE. DRY WOOD.
Ploorlng Boards, Spruce, Pine and Red Deals. Mahogany, Walnut, Cedar, Wainscot and American Quartered Oak.
Yellow Pine, Pitch Pine and 11\emel Logs. Birch, American Ash, Canary Whitewood, Figured Pitch Pine.
Mahogany, Walnut, Canary, Whitewood, Oak, As h . Yellow and Red P ine, Pitch Pine, Sycamore.
Birch and Hickory Logs, Oak Wa gon Planks.
SPOKES, FE l L OES , A ND NA,VES. L A N CE W OOD SHAFTS AND OTHER B E NT TIMBER .
Dry Ash Planks and Coach Body Wood. Doors, Windows, and all other Joinery.
SAWING , PLANING, BENDING AND STOVING .
Chief Office and l\Ianufactory: Stanley Saw Mills (Corner of Stanley Road and Melrose Road), Liverpool. T elephone :- Chief Offi ce, 387. Mnnufac lory, 2623.
Wholesale Office :- 166, R.egent Road, Liverpool. Telephone 2666. Re tail Ya rd ,- 67, St. Anne Street, Liverpool. Telephone 948. And at
LONDON: 199a, High Street, Borough. Telephone n H op. MANCH E STER: 21 , Grosvenor Street , C.O.M. T elephone 1787.
And Sa w Mills, Grey Mare Lane, Openshaw. Telephone 3919.
LEEDS: Hunslet Lane. Telephone 1J50. TUNSTALL, STAFFS. : Brownhills Saw Mills. Telephone sso.
Timber Depots :-Gars ton . Fleetwood, Preston .

The "EAGLE" STEAMJOINERYWORKS,


W. G. WAKEHAM,
Proprietor. PLYMOUTH. Telegrams:
" MOULD.INGS, PLYMOUTH. "

Doors, Windo'w s, Stairs, Shop FrontsJ and Public House Fittings.


ARCHITECTS' SPECIAL DESIGNS AJNO~N~~~~vw~~~c~~6'~~E~.F
The Largest & most Improved Plant of PATENT MACHINERY in the West of England.
ANNUAL OUTPUT OVER 400 TONS. ESTIMATES FREE .
..................... ,
dOINEllY .SE.NT TO .flLL DAllT5 BY llAIL Oil WATEQ.

ROBERT GIRLING,
Joinerg· Manu1ac1urer i Merchant,
I, WELLINGTON STREET, IPSWICH.
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Telephone No. 124, Telegraphic Address- " ROBERT GIRLING, IPSWICH .''
114 J0INERY. [Sec. D
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ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE FOR 1901 OF

~ 1\II~~~ F:~ ~· F:c F:s~


STAIRCASES, JOINERY,
PARQUETRY AND WOOD-BLOCK FLOORING,
Sent free to Architects, Contractors and the Trade upon application to

GOODALL,, LAMB, & HEIGHWAY, LD.,


LOWER BROUGHTON, MANCHESTER.
Telephones 683 and 561, Telearams, "PARQUETRY, MANCHESTER."

ALFRED LOCKHART,
Joinery Works, Sawing and Moulding Mills,
NEW B~RNET. lllllLILtll\lll l ll l'l ll ll l ll lUIUllllUl ll l ll lUl111!11Ul lt l ll l lllflllllllll 11Ul ll l ll l ll l llllll ll lUIJllll l ll l Ul ll l ll lUllllll l Ul ll l lllHlllltJl ll l ll l 1111 11UllllllllJllll ll l lll llllllUlllllll llllll r

t.JOINEQY WORK executed to order, and 1\rchitects' Designs.


.WOOD TUJ1NEJ1Y of all descriptions. E5TIMflTE5 given for all kinds of Jo:nery Work.
Telephone-No. 5 BARNET. Teleii:raphlc Address-" LOCKHAR'I', NEW BARNET."

E. -G. ,NO HK ES. • • • •


murn.et: anb
Qa1u.er,
STEllM J0INERY W0RKS,
~WEST STREET, EASTBOURNE.~
?(igq-class Square&.1found "Curniqga speciality, ?(anarai/s, &.c.
ILLUSTRATED PRICE LIST ON
APPLICATION · '\
* ARCHITECTS' OESIONS RECEIVE CAR.EPUL
ATTE NTION.

p~ -- ~taircase and -~

Down 5 t.Joinery Work5, ~1 • f'{andrail


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JW c:lf)(:l ra@fo1ro>ete©.
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FRONT, BAR. AN8 BANK
Architects' Designs carefully
executed.
FITTERS.
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tar' ESTIMATES FREE.
Sec. DJ JCINERY. H5

.J"<>~~S S:J..VII~.-. &-> Ce>.~


TIMBER MERCHANTS AND IMPORTERS. DRY STOCKS HELD.
~ • • Manufacturer.s of • • •
MOULDINGS. DOORS, WINDOWS, HANDRAILS, NEWELS, BALUSTERS,
Mantels, Overmantels, Bank, Church, an~ Of'Hce Fittin&s, &c.
SPECIALITlEs- BEST PINE MOULDINGS. HIGH CLASS JOINERY.
Jfii1"' Special attention l(iven to Architeote' Deelcne. . . .

BELVEDERE ROAD, LAMBETH, LONDON, S.E.


RODING WHA.B..F, BARKING, ESSEX i 2, YORK BUILDINGS, DALE srREET, LIV.ER.POOL i
And 24 BIDE, NEWOASTLE-ON-TYNE .
T~ t e1rame , " MOULDING, LONDON ," " P!NETREE, LIVERPOOL." Lon.ion Telephone, No. 8111> "Ho 1>"
PRIOE LISTS AND ESTIMATES ON APPLICATION. BarklnC Telephone, No. "42 Barklna . Llve~poe>I r •!•phone, 1<0. Cl,821.

Co~. ~OM. I
.ua J01NERV. rsec. D .

Gray's Inn Joinery .Works,


.,
HENRY ST., GRAY'S INN ROAD, W.C.
(Neap THE HOLBORN TOWN HALL.)

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HIGH~CLASS JOINERYB
_JOINERS' WORK OF ALL O.ESCRIPTIDNS
.._.; ,TO ORDER,.....,.
AND TO ARCHITECTS' SPECIAL DESIGNS.

ST~IRCA:SES. H~NDR):tlLS.
T ...phone, 188 HOLBORN.
Section D - PARQUETRY AND WOOD BLOCK FLOORS.

TE LE GRA MS : "ORANULEMOS, LONDON." TELEPI-IO~E : No. 1704, ttOLBORN.

THE ART.PAVEMENTS~& DECORATIONS blMITED, FOR.MER.LY


DEGRELLE, HOUDRET, & Co.

7, EMERALD STREET,
THEOBALDS Ro..
LOiiDOii. W.C.
ALSO AT

70, BATH STREET,


GLASGOW.
AN D

36, GEORGE'S QUAY,


DUBLIN.
V IEW IN STOCK ROOM .

WOOD BLOCK FLOORING.


PRICES LAID COMPLETE IN LONDON.
IN HARD SETTING BITUME, PER YARD SUPER.

Thi c kn ess I l "


I 1,\-' I 1 w- I H"I 2"
Deal ...
···I -
I 5/1 I - I 5/4 1 5/10
Pitch Pine I - I 5/3 I 5/6 I 5/10 I --·

Oak ...
···I 9/-
I I 10/3 I _,
- -- I -
Teak ... j 9/6
I -- I I - -

Maple
···I -
I 7/6 I I 8/3 1
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THE WORK PLAN E D OFF AND LEFT CL EAN. PART OF STO C K ROOM
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PRICE LIST"' PAR QUET FLOORS.


Per Foot Super. FILLINGS. Free Delivered London.
Numbe1• ·· j 1
I 2
I I
3
I
4
I
5
I
ti
I
'7 8
I 9
II
10 1 11
I I
12
14 1 1 5 13
I
16
I
17 18
I
:}- In ch ... ···I3 ~ cl . I 31a. 1 7d . I 7Y1. I 7&cl. I 9ll. 1 13~ cl . I 6Jcl. I 9d. 17 ~ci. I 9d. j 9cl . ~3bd. 1 17'; cl. 1 13~cl. I 9cl. jt 3~cl. j 17 ~'cl.
1

1 Inch . ·I 7cl. I I
7d. 10cl. , 11tcl.111+c1.114}cl .l 17N ·1 1ocl. 114}cl. 111 fcl. 1 14i;d. 114 ~ cl. r
:cl. 122 &cl. ,17;/cl. l H&cl . , 171cl . 1 22~cl.

Per Foot Super. BORDERS. Free Delivered London.


c E F H
Numbe r ... I A
I B
I I I D
I I I I G I
I I J
I
K
I L
I M N
;!--Inch
I 31cl . ' 7cl. I 14 ~ rl. I 13 ~cl. , 15~d. I 14~cl. I 1 15 ,)cl. I 14 ~ <1. 9d. 141<1. I Hkd. 1 1s1cl. 1 1s~cl. I
J 22 ~ d.

1 In ch . ... I 6!,cl. I S:tcl. I 2oci. I 19ll. I 211a. I 2oa . I 20cl . I 2f1cl. j 14~ d. , 2oci. I 20d. I 21,1cl. I 21~ cl. I 28d.
·;1H:: above. pri ces are quoted fo r wor k lo be e x.ec n~ed in London. FIXING.
l ~ l WC? rk Ill th e Country, add J.'ares or :rvre11 , Carnage, etc .
Ptepnnn g Sub. fl oor , if n ecessary , to he c ha rged extr a .

A .:::.TOCK OF ioo,ooo FEET IS KEPT AT THIS ADDRESS OF


,.J-lnch
l Inch
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FOR DESIGNS SEE OTHER SIDE.

See also Section j: A - TILES, '[and J_ Section C - MARBLE, MOSAIC and GRANITE.
'TitE-li&TPCIVEMENTS ~JJECORtITIONS fTD. TELEPH~NE:-
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ADDRESS - 1704
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Sec. DJ\.-: J?llRQUET llND ween BLeeK FLeeRING. 117

HE Best Wood Block Floors to=day are those prepared and laid by
T J. .R. GIBBARD, with his Patent Steel Dowels. There is no
weakening of the blocks by sawmkerfs or grooves for tongues; no creaking
or loose Blocks. each Block has its individual bearing on the Cement
bed, is securely dowelled into four others, and by an adhesive
composition .solidly held to the Cement floated surface, making a
· thoroqghly firm and absolutely reliable floor.
Prices quoted for floors of any size, in any wood; or for Blocks only,
or for Patent Dowels. Instructions supplied for fixing the Patent Dowels
in an expeditious manner.

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ST. SIDWELL'S, EXETER.
'118 VRRQUET RNO weeo BL0eK FLt)0RING •. [Sec. D

W~ ..:.DUFFY'S .PATENT
"IMMOVABLE ·ACME WOOD BLOCK FLOORING.
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THE PERFECT FLOORING FOR ALL PURPOSES. THOROUGHLY

SEASONED TIMBER GUARANTEED, AND CAN BE SUPPLIED

IN VARIOUS QUALITIES AND DESCRIPTIONS OF WOOD AT

PRICES TO SUIT EVERY REQUIREMENT.

Laid at OSBORNE HOUSE, ISLE OF WIGHT, for the ROYAL FAMILY.


AROMDEL CASTLE, the Residence of His Grace THE DUKE OF NORFOLK, K.G., P.C., Earl Marshal.
--ADOPTED BY--
THE WAR OFFICE-Laid at Ordnance Stores, Mobilization Stores, Torpedo Stores, Drill Sheds, Artillery Grounds,
Barrack Rooms, &c., &c.
THE ADMIRALTY-DOCK YARDS: Chatham, Devonport, Portsmouth, Sheerness, &c.
H ..M. Offices of Works, London, Dublin; Patent Office, London ; Chief Post Office; Parcel Post Office; Tel~graph Offices,
London; and numerous Metropolitau, Suburban and Proviucial Post Offices. ·
-Numerous Cathedrals, Churches, and other places of Public Worship in the United King<lom.
LONDON COUNTY COUNCIL-Chief Offices, Fire Stations, Gymnasia, &c., &c.
Corporations of City of London, Dublin, Portsmouth, Brighton, &c.
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School Board for London and other Metropolitan, Suburban and Provincial Board Schools-over 12,CXJO Schools.
The Baµk of England and 'n umerous other London and Provincial. Banks, Assuranct: Offices, &c., &c.

HIGHEST AWARDS AT THE FOLLOWING EXHIBITIONS:


International Exhibition, Paris, Building Trades' Exhibition, Sheffield. H ealth Exhibition, York. •
Inventions ,, Londo ti. International 'L iverpool. Sanitary Institute of Great Britain.
Society of Architects, ,. ,. ,, Edinburgh. International Exhibition, Saltaire.
International' Exhibition, iRoyal Polytechnic ,, Falmouth. ,, ,, Newcastl'e-on-
Glasgow. Architectural & Ruilding ., London. Tyne. , .,
Mi<ll'and Trades au<l Iudustrial E xhibition, Leicester.

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4;;'.e:::. Ei~s~':;.-;;. Full particulars and Prices on application to the Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers,
· Teteirrams-
' ' Dowelled, London."

THE·· ACME WOOD FLOORING Co., LTD.


Chi8f Ofilces & Works~GAINSBOROUGH ROAD, VICTORIA PARK, LONDON, N.E.
J>1\RQUET 1\ND ween BL0<2K FLe0RING. 119
Sec. DJ ·

W. DUFFY'S PATENT
"IMMOVABLE-ACM.E"
WOOD BLOCK FLOORING.
THE PERFECT FLOORING FOR ALL PURPOSES.
Eight Gold Medals, four Silver, two Bronze Medals, & Certificate of Sanitary Institute of Great Britain.

INDESTRUCTIBLE, PERFECTLY SOLID, NOISELESS, AND WARM.


The most Efficient and Econom ical Floor in the Market.
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_Possessing complete Sanitary Advantages of Imperviousness to Vermin, Dirt, Damp, Drau~hts, &c.
ADHESIVE }
COMPOSITION .__
rLOA.TING or
CEMENT-

CEMENT C:ONCR6TE

Transverse 8eotlon of W. Duffy 's P atent "Immovable-Acme " system ef Woo<: tllock, Flooring• .

Plan Surface View sbowing t be position of bonding Plan View, joints ltft open to show melhod of Dowelling.
blocks (m arked A) to whioh the s11rerpose d floo ring is secured .
The wear sustain ed in a Public Establish m en t lik e ih e Gaiety Buffet, Strand, wh ere it is laid, is th e very highest
recorulll end ation; here it is truly test ed in every possibl e way by heat, wet , h eavy and const an t traffi c, yet its appearance
to-da y ,is quite as good as th e clay it was laid, and we r espectfully beg Architects' ~peci al atte ntion t o this F loor.
The preparation of the wood is a most care ful operation, both as regard s seasonin g and m anu fa cture. By th e well-
~ x pl a!n ".! d sys tem of dowellin g, each block is fas tened to th e neigh bourin g bl ock s, and by th e perfect securing to
oundat1011 , loose ness or di slocati on of the bl ocks becom es impossible.
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Telephone Noto ,
' 3 3· ~34. ';aste;~. Full particulars and prices on application to the Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers, "o, :~\1!d~r:;;don .

THE ACME WOOD FLOORING Co., LTD.,


Cbief omces & Works-GAINSBOROUGH ROAD, VICTORIA PARK, LONDON, N.E.
120 P1\RQUET 1\ND W00D BL0eK ·FL00RING. [Sec. D
Contractors to H. M. Government.

ood=Block
Flooring.
Ordinary Dovetail, and · solid-Tongued Sec~ion.
DEAL, PITCH-PINE, MAPLE, OAK, TEAK, &c., &o.

PARQUET MOSAIC

-·FLOORING

Parquet
Flooring.
l in., ~ in., & 1in. Thick- From 1Od. per foot super. Fixed Complete and Polished.
For Designs and Prices see Section D, "Architects' Compendium."
For MOSAIC, see pagt= 108.
TURPIN'S WOOD BLOCK FLOORS : OAK, TEAK, MAPLE, PITCH-PINE, .
DEAL, ANTISEPTIC BEECH. -a (fl
Speciality : SOLID TONGUED INTERLOCKING BLOCKS, RENDERING FLOOR ABSOLUTELY IMMOVABLE.
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QUANTITIES OF 50 SQ. YARDS AND UPWAR~S, ON READY
PROVIDED CEMENT FLOATED CCNCl\ETE.
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Maple .• - 7/6
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D eal ..
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BORD ER!" .-Add l d. per foot sup er extre for any P attern, except t1 ~~
L, J\II, and 0, fo r which add 2d. extra
SOLID TONGUED " INTERLOCKING " FLOORING.-Add 9d. per
yard ex tra for any Pattern.
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SFE CIAL L UM P-S UM ESTIMAT ES ON R ECEIPT OF PL A NS AND PARTIC U LARS. " IN T ER LOCKING" PAT TERN,,
f:STABLIS~El:> 1366.
122 :. pJ\RQUET 1\ND W00D BL0eK FL00RING. [Sec. D

ARCHITECTS' OWN DESIGNS CARRIED OUT.


WORK FINISHED IN THE BEST POSSIBLE MANNER.

~· SOLE PROPRIETORS AND MANUFAOTURERS: ~


~ PATENT PERFECTED SYSTEM OF ~
J'WOOD BLOCK FLOORING.~
~ ·~ · HIGH-CLASS PARQUETRY. ~
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CHARTERiS--~f TONGi.EY-PATENTS

Adopted by Her Majest y's Government, London Schooi Boa rd, and many lead i ng Architects.
ABSOLUTELY IMMOVEABLE,
Excep t under our Special "B" System (see opposi te P age), whi ch is th e only on e i n t h e m arket th at all ows for
ready inspec tion of concealed pipes, &c., o r re newal of worn blocks i n corridors, aisles, &c., 'W ITHO UT disturhing
th e r em ain de r of th e fl ooring.
Sole Licensee and Manufacturer for America: J. G. WILSON, 74, West Twenty-Third Street, New Yo rk.
CAUTION.-A LL other so-called I N TERLO CKI NG Systems in tJ. M ER lC A n t~ I NFRINGEMENTS of CH ART ERI S' P ATENT

B. WARD & CO.'S \ SELF·KEYED WOOD BLOCK FIOORING.


PATENT
B. WARD & CO.'S PATENT SElF-KEYED WOOD BLOCK PAVING.
PATENT GROOVED & CHANNELLED GRANITE CONCRETE PAVING
FOR ST ABLES, &c.
JOINTLESS IMPERVIOUS ECONOMICAL.
FIREPROOF FLOORS. FIREPROOF STAIRCASES.
GRANITE CONCRETE PAV ING for A LL PURPOSES. ARTIFICIAL STO N EWORK, .
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TVR ! TR FON C/17'//l,OG'{ 'J<; / /NJJ S PE CJA LTTIES.

B. WARD &Co. '


LTD. '
38 ~ 39, P~itL~.~MENT STREET.
7elepho11e 1 40 TVEST. 7e1Pg mms: "'J'UF.<, LON/JO , :·

Branches at G LASGOW, CARDIFF, LEICESTER , PA RIS, & NEW YORK .


Works at PECKHAM, WEST~INSTER, KENTISH TOWN WHARF, PAISLEY, &. ORLEANS, U.S.A.
Sec. DJ P1\RQUET 1\ND ween BLeeK FLeeRING. 123

EC.. L"tid..,
Proprietors and Manufacturers of
THE PA'l'EN'l' "p ER F ECT ED" SYSTEM OF

WOOD BLOCK FLOORING.


CHARTER IS & LONGLEY.
AMONG THE ADVANTAGES CLAIMED FOR THIS SYSTEM ARE THE FOLLOWING:-
r.-Tts en tire simplicity. 2.-Absolute ri g idity under any circumstances. 3.-Adaptable in blocks of any size, and in any wood.
4. - Great variety of patterns possibk. J · -F ~ ?ec i ally suitecl to large areas, basements, schools, corridor.•, &c. 6.-Affords
beautiful smooth surface for dancing a nd other purposes. 7. - Sauitary, noiseless, darup -proof, rot-proof and fire -resis ting.
MOREOVER IT IS CLAIMED TO POSSESS SEVERAL IMPORTANT ADVANTAGES OVER ANY OF
THE SYSTEMS AT PRESENT IN VOGUE.
a.-No loose tongues or dowels to be left out by can Jess or inefficient workmen.
b.- Laid as_ easily as tbe old-fashioned square-block flooring.
c.-Imposs1ble to move any single block when once in position, except under our special systeru, adapted for hot-air,
gas, water and other pipes, and herea,fter to be described (ser- e).
d.-Firmly held to th e substructure by rueans of our specially prepared Mastic Corupositiou, which effect ually holds
the blocks under very high temperatures; it never becomes brittle; it b as a n atural affinity for all kinds of woods, and
adheres equally well to concrete.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

SPECIAL "B" SYSTEM.


e.-Surmounts a difficulty long experienced by Architects, viz. : that of obtaining easy access to hot-air , gas, water,
and other pipes, for the purpose of repairs, &c., without destroying or iujurinog ihe main floor, as will be seen by reference tv
the following sketch.

B B

A
B
CJ
· A is the channel in which is laid all pipi ng; Bare wood curbs, tu which are screwed the move able borderR C. Th ef'e
borders effectwally secure blocks D, and by si mply unscrewing and removiJJg one of the said borders, the bloc ks forming
the cover to channel A are easily lifted . Repai rs ba,,ing been efft>ct ed, t h e blocks are replaced , the borders rescrewed, and
t be floor nindered as perfect as before .
THOUSANDS OF YARDS LAID
~n Banks, Barracks, Churches, Colleges, Hospitals, Mansions, Mission Halls, Offices, Public Buildings,
c 11 ools, .Shops, Show Rooms, Railway Stations, &c.

LISTS AND FULL PARTICULARS ON APPLICATION TO

B. WARD & Co. LTD. Head Office: 38 & 39, PARLIAMENT STREET.
TeleP'/lone No. 140 West. ' Telegrams: "TUFA, LONDON ."
Branches at GlaS2'0W, Cardiff, Leicester, Paris and New York.
Works at PECKHAM, WESTMINSTER, KENTISH TOWN WHARF, PAISLEY and ORLEANS, U.S. A.
124 V1\RQUBT 1\ND W00D BL0l'!K FL00RING. lSec. D

WESTMINSTER PATENT FLOORING Co.,


113b, Lot's Road, CHELSEA, Corner of 537; KING'S ROAD, LONDON, S.W.
(Removed f'rom 18, Abingdon Street, Westminster.)
ES'l'ABLISHED 1888.
OFFICES, SHOW=ROOMS, WHARF (with Inlet from Thames), and MILLS, with Large Drying
Rooms, Special Machinery, and Large Dry Stores 9 fitted with Hot=Water Circulation.
(Close to CHJH,SEA S'l'A'l'!ON, W. Loudon Railway, from Waterloo, Clapham J unct ion, or Addison Road , K ensin g ton; or by
' Bus from Sloane Square, South Kensington, Earl's Court, or ·WAI.HAM GREEN S'l'A'l'IONS on District Railway.)
Telegraphic Address- " POLITENESS, LONDON." Telephone- No. 867, KENSINGTO~ .

F0R n1l1HSTRATE8 f:>L ATES ANB f:>R Ices' Af:>f:>l1Y BY f:>0ST. .


SPECIALITIES. MANUFACTURES.
PATENT DISC-KEY MOSAIC,
BLOCK FLOORS MARBLE & CERAMIC
(On Concrete), Large Stock,
Special Machinery,
R ecomm en ded for all good Own Workm en.
work. GRANITO, VENETIAN TRAZZO, AND
- - ROMAN. - -
CHEAP ORDINARY F rom 7/6 per yard super .
BLOCK FLOORS For Hal ls, Passages, and
(Laid in Mastic). C o nservatories.

SPECIAL MARBLE TILING.


ORNA MENTAL Quantities always in Stock .
-BLOCK FLOORS.
HARDWOOD BOARD
1-in. SOLID FLOORS
PARQUET FLOORS lJ@"' FOR DANCING. ~
(~ecomm e nded) . Special Tongued J oint.

t -ln. THIN CARPET TEMPORARY PORTABLE


PARQUET FLOORS
(For Cov ering Ol d Floors).
PARQUET FLOORS
On Hire or Sale.
From 9~ d . per fo ot super, laid
complete a11,d Wax-Polish ed. \
T RENCH COVERS
I n Block F loors.
PORTABLE PARQUET
On Hire or Sale.
ROAD PAVING.
CORK PARQUET OR CARPET
FLOORS OF ALL KINDS. ASPHAL TE FLOORS
\
MAPLE BLOCKS and Boarded F loors. -We hold a large S tock ready p repared for Delivery and Laying.

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HARD CLOSE WOOD A'.l' SOF'l' WOOD PRICES.
4ilf" PRICE L IS'l' ON APPLICATION. ""a

SHEETS OF No. 2 , PARQUET \


DESIGNS ON No. 4 ' WOOD BL OCK FLOORS.
T No. 5, MOSAIC
APP~ICATION . No. 6, MARBLE TILE ;

Fm,· Definzie E stimates, send Trad11os or Plans, .full jartz'culars of Floor reqmred, and purpose or ust
of' R ooms, to save misunderstandi'n~ and E~"Ctras.

Sec. DJ Vl\RQUET 1\ND ween BLeeK FLeeRING. 125

RICHARD DEAN & SONS,


Wood Block Flooring
Manufacturers and Layers,
PLUMBE STREET TIMBER WORKS, BURNLEY.
Also Manufacturers of CHURCH FITTINGS, and all kinds
of ARCHITECTURAL JOINERS' WORK. HARDWOOD and
CA.BINET MOULDINGS a Speciality.

BUILDERS' ANNOUNCEMENTS,
eommencing on page 392, showing the class of work various
Building Firms are accustomed to undertake, are a va1~1able guide
to 1\rchitects when placing contracts for the erection of Buildings, &c.
126 we~D e1\RVING. [Sec. D
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Architectµral Carving of every description. Newels, Balusters, OverCloors, Moorish Fitments, &c.
'felecraphlc Addre. . ; "9ARVllllG81 BIRMINGHAM." Telephone 1 OIH ...
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!N SOLID BRITISH OAK

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J. T. BROOKER.
LATE

TAYLOR & BROOKER.

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SuRRE.Y E.NGl..ANO
127
See _a-150 Summary of Cont~nt.s, page l. .

Section - E.
Iron
.
-and sreel-
.
consrruclioli. · tr~n Buildings, ic.
Metal work (Including Gates and Railings). castings,.ic.

FIRMS. REPRESENTED IN ·THIS SECTION.


--
· PAGE PAGE PAGE
AsToN 1 G., & SoN ;. I29 DREW-BE;R, PERKS & Co. '. . .. MORTON, FRANCIS, & Co ., Lo. .. I30
B:s:i:.L, P., & SoN · •• · •. • . - 128 Special position, 340, 34I NORTHWOOD, S . , & S,oN .. .• I36
BLACKWALL GALVANIZED IRON Co .• Lo. I 3 I GARDINER, SoNs & Co., Lo. • • . • . I35 ST. PANCRAS 1RoNWORK Co., Lo. 146, I47
BLAKELEY, E . F., & Co. ' •• • • 128 HAYWARD BROS. & E CKSTEIN, Lo . • • 145 WHILEY, G. M ... .. I36
CASTO N, G., & Co. •, · • . 134 HAYWARD, W., & SoNs, Lo . . • 138, I39 W1TCHELL & Co . .. 127
CoALBROOKDALE Co., Lo. •• i 37, 144 . HILL & SMITH . • . .. 140, 141 WRIGHT, G., ,& Co. . •• •. 148
DORMAN, LONG & . Co., Lo. •. •" MAIN, A. & J., & Co.; Lo. 13z,.I33,
Special position, 338, 339 142, I43

·w1TOHELL & .- 00., .


'
Vulcan House, 56, Ludgate Hill, London, E.C.,
GENERAL ART METAL WORKERS : AND MANUFACTURERS.
)

AL TAR RAILS, BALCONIES, BAJ...USTRADING, , CASEMENTS & FRAMES,


CHANCEL SCREENS, HALL SCREENS, CRESTINGS, GRILLES,
PANELS, GATES, RAILINGS, DWARF WALL FENCES, LIFT ENCLOSURES.
STREET SIGNS.

Every Description of
WROUGHT IRON & ART METAL WORK for PUBLIC& PRIVATE BUILDINGS.
128 IRf'N 1\ND STEEL eeNSTRUeTI0N. [5ec. E

E. F. BLA,KELEY & Co.,


V.A.UXHALL IRON WORKS, LIVERPOOL.
' \ TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESS-" CORRUGATED, LIVERPOOL." TELEPHONE NO. !il,81!6.

Iron Str ..clur11 !•,. Churches, Ch11p•ls, . .


' Schools, &c. GALVANIZED IRON
·~~,--,--~-.-:;----,;---"'l

Stores, Works,
. DWELLING
,.,
I HOUSES,
. ./-at. . Churches, Chapels,
. # I . . , SCHOOLS & MISSION
ROOMS.
POOF FOR MESSRS · Ml~NER'S SAFE CO . L TD .

Cricket and Tennia ,Pavlliona, Stables and Co,ach Houaea, H~y,


· Corn, a;,d Oo.ttle Sheds•
.
CHURCH AT COLWYN BAY,
IRON ROOF.5 AND BUILDIN0.5 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. ·
_.._._.._.._.."''""'1t111111lltflll111t11n•MH'4w1n1- . - - -----1.-iilt!WmtlnUIJUI '•t ••• · - "'

IRON ROOFS .f rom 5d. per square foot of' ground covered, .a na Iron Churche,a,
Halls, and House•· from 2/6 per square foot, FIXED BY OUR MEN.
RsTIMA'l'JtS ON' APPT.JCA'l'TQN F1ntJt

P. BEI.tl.t
GENERAL SMITHS, ENGINEERS, .
~~ SON,
ESTABLISHED 1857.
PITT STREET IRONWORKS,
AND IRONFOUNDERS. .E DINBURGH.
Rolled Iron and Steel Entrance Oates ,and
Beams, Zore Beams, ·
Railings, Cast and
Sandwich Plates, Rl!-if·
way Bars-, &c., in st(ick Wrought Iron, of every
in great · variety · description.
UNCL1MBABLE AND HORIZONTAL BAR-FENCING
IRON ROOFS. SPIRAL STAIRCASES. BRIDGES, DOORS,
ORNAMENTAL \ ,WROUGHT IRON WORK OF ALL KINDS.

I '
Art Workers in Cast and . Wrought Iron. a:i· ~

Telegraphic Address-

" IRONWORKS," EDINBURGH.


Sec. E] IR0N 1\NO STEEL eeNSTRUeTI0N. 129

14 We have on our Wharf a Large Stock of STEEL


JOISTS, CHANNELS, ANGLES, TEES, and FLITCH
PLATES for prompt delivery.

,. PROMPT DELIVERY GUARANTEED


BY OUR HAVING

OUR OWN - Foundry in London.


,, Pattern Shops ,,
Girder Yard
" "
Smith'sShops,&c. ,,
"
WROUGHT IRON AND
STE-EL ROOF PRINCIPALS AND GALVANIZED
CORRUGATED SHEETING ..
· ·:

TIE . . RODS, BOLTS. AND STRAPS.

SOLID CONCRETE FIREPROOF FLOORS~


WITH TERRA COTTA CASINGS,
To . PROTECT AND VENTILATE THE JOISTS.
Perfect protection from Fire to the Joists.
No discolouration i:o PlasteP caused by exposed Metal.

ADVANTAGES jl
No breaking away of Plaster or Concrete from underside of Joists.
No Wire Netting .to Joists necessary.
Space for the Joists to expand.

Eagle Wharf Rd., New North Rd.,


.G. ASTON &SON, LONDON, N.
180 IRE')N RND STEEL eeNSTRUeTIE')N. [Sec. E

FRANCIS MORTON &CO.,LTD.


CAST
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CONTRACTORS TO !i.M. COVl::RNMl::.NT.


CAST IRON
LICHT&. HEAVY
CASTINGS.

TANKS.

13UILDERS IRON & STEEL


UP TO 25•FEET IN LENGTH. WORK.

CALV~ IRON HOUSES &. STOl'IES


FO.R HOME. AND ABROAD.

STEEL & W . I . FRAMED ROOFS AND


BUILDINCS •
ff
O~NAMENTAL
Ill RAILINQ
CATES .~M~
LON.DON oF'r-rcE-._ 17 v1ctoi:t1A S! WESTMINSTER s.w.
F I ELD CATES & UNCLIMBABLE
•ENc1Nc

lfsers ef "The Compendium'' would


ob/jge by .mentjonjn,_g jt as the source o.f'
thejr jnfarmatjon when commuI{jcatjng wjth
the fjrms .(_efresented herein.
Sec. EJ IRt)N BUILDINGS, &c. 131

BLACKWALL GALVANIZED IRON CO., LTD.


Offices-CORBET COURT, LONDON, E.C.
Work s- O R CHARD PLACE. BLACKWALL, E.

BEST GALVANIZED CORRUGATED AND

FLAT WORKING-UP SHEETS.


MAKERS OF (YOUNG'S PATENT)

HYGIENIC FLOUR &CORN .


BINS.

Contractors for the Erection of all Kinds of Iron

ROOFING & BUILDINGS.

Makers of"
IRON KEGS,
DRUMS
and
CANS.

Largest Plant and most Modern Appliances in the Trade for

GALVANIZING IRON TANKS, CISTERNS, PLATES, ANGLES, BARS, &c.,


OF EXTRA LENGTH AND BREADTH.
~132 IRE)N BUILDINGS, &c. [Sec. E

A. &. J. MAIN &. CO., LTD.,


STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS.
-~•'111111.___Manufacturers of'-fl/l//j-~

STEEL IRON and BUILDINGS and

ROOFS. SHEDDING.
i.
'• I . ~


.,·,··
:,:,

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D esigro No. 470. - As e;-acted for Brighton Municipal Swimming Baths .

Steel and Iron l?rincip·a ls.


For PUBLIC HALLS, SWIMMING BATHS GYMNASJI JMS, ABATTOIRS, Etc.
A.<1 .. ,,.t~.i to carr'' S1ate. Tile . Clazed or Galvanised Iron Roofing .

NORTHERN LIGHT ROOFS,


Suitable for Weaving Mills Engineering Shops. Paper Mills, Printing Works ,
Steam Laundries, Etc , Etc.
,.

FIREPROOF FLOORS, COLUMNS, GJRDERS, DOORS. WINDOWS,


Estimates furnish ed for all STEEL and IRON flATERIAL used in BUILDING CONSTRUCTION.

ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE ON APPLICATION.

1'9, ellNN0N STREET' L0ND0N, E.e.


<2LYDESD1\LE IR0N W0RKS, 1?0SSILP1\RK, GL1\SG0W.
Sec. E] IR0N SUlLDINGS, &c. 133"

STEEL AND IRON BUILDINGS. SUITABLE FOR

5torage and Dock Warehouses, Packing and Dying 5heds, Electric Light and Tramway .
.Stations, Car 5heds, Gas Works, &c.

ENCLOSED STORE No. 2070.

ENGINEERING SHOPS AND FACTORIES.


Bngine and Fitting Planned to Stand
Shops, the Vibration of
Buildings Heavy Machinery.
for Manufacturing
purposes.
COLUMNS TO FIX
Foundries,
IN CONCRETE
Rolling
WITHOUT BUILT
FOUNDATIONS.

No. 2221.

IRON ROOFS
AND SHEDS FOR FIREPROOF,
BREWERIES, WROUGHT IRON
CEMENT WORKS,
TANNERIES, THROUGHOUT.
ETC.
Complete Roofing Catalogues Post Free on Application.

A. &J. MAIN &Co., LTD., StrnctnralEngineers, I


49, CANNON STREET, LONDON, E.C.
CLYDESDALE l~ON WORKS, "'POSSILPARK, GLASGOW.

CON. COY. ]
MET.1\L W0RK. [Sec. E

( R EG I STE R ED T RADE MARK ).

SPECIAL ISTS in all ki n ds of LATT ICE WORK.


Wrought Iron and Wirework for all purposes. Galvanized
Pattern 32 . Patter n 25.
Only made in Brass; can befi tted into Guards for Windo w s and Glass Roofs prepared a n d fixed. Suitable for P anels in W ood Framing. or
squar e brassfra meas shown, if desired. BUILDERS' WJR EWORK OF EVERY DESCR I PTION. can be fram ed in Angl e Iron, if desired .

"!

Pattern 4 9 . F ramed as Pattern 43. Pattern sc;. Framed as Pattern 43. Pat tern 6 1. Framed as P attern 43.

ORNAMENTAL METAL LATTICE \

FOR VENTILATING PANELS. GUARDS TO LIFTS, COVERS FOR HOT


WINDOW BLINDS, COUNTER SCREENS FOR OFFICES, DPOR
PANELS, ETC .. IN IRON, BRASS, OR COPPER. l WATER COILS, ETC., IN IRO~,. BRASS, OR GOPPER.

,,~ lddress: GEO.CASTON &Co., 29, Great Dover ,St., S.E.


1

r=

Special Designs' Designs .md


w orked out to Estimates
Architect s• prepared
on appli-
r eq u irements . cation.

Pattern 47. Framed as Patte.rn 4J.


oattern 24. Framed as Pattern 43-
Wreucht I ron Screen· 'or Bank Counter,
Lattice Work. Pattern 83.
Sec. E] METllL weRK. 135

MANUFACTURERS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION OF WROUGHT IRONWORK FOR THE BUILDING TRADE.


COMPLETE C .\TALOGUE SENT ON APPLICATION.
136 MET1\L ·w0RK. [Sec.- E
H' WO
MILK STO~1, . . ·.00 cf ...~~~:~na·
Works & Offices- Tetegrams-

-~
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Makers of ·
Columns, Stancheons,
o~
~. Gateo, Railings, in Wrought and Cast Iron.
V Inspection Covers and Frames. Stoves, &c., &c. -_,

IRON FOUNDERS,

PRICES

GEO. M. WHILEY,
Gold and Silver Beater,
(ESTABLISHED 1835.)

98, WHITFIELD STREET, .· TOTTENHAM COURT ROAD, LONDON, W.


Specialite: "PURE FINE" GOLD , LEAF
(Guaranteed absolutely f"ree from alloy), . ·
As !\UPplied to H.M. Government, Albert Memorial, the Houses of Parliament,
Windsor Castle, British Museum, &c., &c.
·\ Gold Leaf in 30 different shades and qualities. Pure Platinum
:..J Leaf. t' Fine Copper Leaf. Imitation Gold Leaf, &c. Real Gold Powder.
· -,\Bronze ·Powd.e r. Pure Silver Leaf. Untarnishable White Metal Leaf".
Transferred Gold for Outside Work. &c. PRICES ON APPLICATION .

BUILD_el?S' ANNOUNC£~ENTS,
eQmmencing on .. page . 39.2 , ~bowing the class. of work various
Building .Fi_rms are accustomed to undertake, are a valuable guide
to .Architects when placing contracts for the erection of Buildings,. &c.
" Se.c. E] 61\TES, R1\ILINGS, 1\ND CTHER MET1\L W0RK. 137

The COALBROOKDALE COMPANY, Limited.


·1

THE COALBROOKDALE COMPANY, LIMITED,


Have recently designed and m ade for

Por the Prin cipal E ntrance t o

LILLESH1\LL H0USE,
SHR0:PSHIRE,
A S E T OF

WROUGHT IRON GATES AND RAI LINGS,


CONSISTING OF

One Pair of Carriage Gates, two Side Gates, with four


Pilasters supporting the Gates and La nt erns.
The w idth of the E ntrance is 56 ft., a nd th e h eight in centre 12 ft.

The accompanying I llustration t's taken from one of the Side Gates.

SPECIAL DESIGNS PREPARED. AND

EsT!MATES GIVEN UPON APPLI CATION .

A R CHITE CTS' DESI GNS CA REFULLY CARR!EJJ CT

MAK E RS OF

VEUANDAH5, POUCHE5, BALCONIE5,


5TArnCA5E5, COLUMN5, BAND 5TAND5,
UAILING5 and GATE5, in \\TQOUGHT r.n<l
CA5T IUON.
BUONZE METAL WOUK.
MANTELPI ECE5, QEG 15TEQ5, I G QATE5,
KITCHEN QtfNGE5, 5TOVE5, &c.,
and General Light Castings.

WORKS: COALBROOKl)ALE, R.S.O., SHROPSHIRE, Telegra111s-" DARBY, COAL BROOKDALE."

Addresses London Offices and Sh owrooms-


14.1, QUEEN VICTORIA STREET, E.C.
\ Telegra 111 s-" SE VERNDALE, LONDON." Telephone }\T,J, 5783 BANK.
138 61\TES, R1\ILING5, 1\NO 0THER MET1\L W .O RK. [Sec. E

ESTABLISHED
1860.
Sec. E] 61\TES, R1\ILINGS, 1\ND 0T~~R_!"ET1\L W0RK . 139

ESTABLISHED
1860.
140 Gi'\TES, R1\ILINGS, 1\ND 0THER MET1\L W0RK. [Sec. E

HILL & SMITH ' '


BRIERLEY HILL IRON WORKS, BRIERLEY Hill,
ST AFFORD SHIRE.
London Address: 118, QUEEN VICTORIA ST. Dublin Addres1 : 47, DAWSON &T.

MANUFACTURERS of" PREMIUM" CONTINUOUS IRON & STEEL FENCING, WIRE FENCING, UNCLIMBABLE RULING,
GA.TES, A.ND OTHER IRON WORK APPLICABLE TO THE IMPROVEMENT OF LANDED PROPERTY.

I [!!:
~ . '' i'
F-'OHC!JPl~ETREE GUAR~ S,
From 12/- each. PREMIUM CONTINUOUS BAR FENCE. From 216 per ya.rd. · l WROUGHT IRON TREE GUARDS.
From 10/- each.

IMPROVED GAST IRON


STRAINING PILLAR.
From 90/- each.

VILLA GATES AND RAILING.

CORRUGATED SHEE'! IRON AUTOMATIC UNCLIMBABtE RAILING FOR RAKING


FENCE & GATES TO MATCH. GROUND, AND GATES TO MATCH.
Prices on appli catinr>, Prices on application.

J..6
I I
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I
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I

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- :
\'''l'""l'%\\\l~"'~·\%~1'. ,.;,~~~~~~':fl.~~,\-~\\~---- '~-'$~'lo.~~~~

From' 4/11 pn yard. FIELD GATES. from 27/6 eaJh.

1/6 per gailon at W orks,


or 1/8 at most Rail way I·
Stations, in 9, r 8, 36
ga llon casks.
IRON SHEDS. ROOFS. BLACK VARNISH. KENNEL & POULTRY RAILINGS. WIRE NETTIN~.
CATALOGUES, PRICES, SPECIFICATIONS, AND DRAWINGS, SENT ON APPLICATION.
Per;oual Surveys of E states, &c. , made, and prnctiral advice given as lo the best Iron Work, &c. ,' to adopt. E nquirers sh ould specify the
approximate quantities required, as larger quantities ran be supplied at cheaper rates than'6mall lots.
~ To facilitate Reference replies, please mention this AdvertiEe::nent ~
'- Sec. EJ /' G1J:TES~ '·'R1\ILINGS, · 1\ND CTHER MET1\L WCRK. 141

LONDON- l DUBLIN -
. ~
118, QUEEN VICTORIA ST., E.C. 47, DAWSON STREET. '· . Makers of
Makers of
·GATES, BAND·
RAILINGS, STANDS,
TOMBRAILS1 VERANDAHS,
ALTAR PORCHES,
RAILS, COVERED
tECTERNS, WAYS,
SAS BALUSTERS,
STANDARDS,
STAIR·
PENDANTS CASES,
AN D

BRACKETS. NEWELS,
PULPIT BALCONIES,
RAILS, COLUMNS,
PULPIT SPANDRILS,
LIGHTS,
SCREENS, CRESTINGS,
HINGES, FINIALS,
LATCHES, VANES,
SIGNS. LAMPS•

. .•

;(~111 ··~·'k=!~ , .,11:::;;;


11
.~!£ ifrlllll!!'' ·'.]P'::":..
TOMS RAILINC,. J~l.
. .S HOP, OOOR . GRll.LE:S N° ~
11 ·~ ~JNDOWV ~<ORr~L[& . l'fo MATCH,
-~~ '

HILL l SMITH, ~'TAIR RAILINy ]J!'il . .


BRIERLEY HILL, STAFFORDSHIRE .
-. . J
142 G11TE5, R111LINGS, 1\ND 0THER MET11L WCRK. [Sec. E

A•.&; J.nlCAI~ .&; Ce>.~Ld.


Ornamental Wrought Iron Work. Architects' Designs Estimated for.
~ SPECIAL AND ORIGINAL DESIGNS PREPARED AND ESTIMATES SUBMITIED.
WR.OUGHT IR.ON ENTR.ANCE GATES. Width, between Piers, 11 ft.
Height, to Top of Pediment, 9 ft.
Design No. 6oOI.. Price. Gate, £38 toe. Pierv, per pair. £10.

C .L .\j ~

Wrought Iron Railing, as Desjgn, 3 ft. high .• per ft. 71


., ,. ,. 3 ft. 6 in. high ,, 7/6
Pilasters, 9 in. wide, as design, at 6 ft. apart,
each 3 ft. high, 24/• ; 3 ft . 6 in. high, 25/=

ENTRANCE GATES 1 RAILINGS 1 BALUSTRADES, Etc., Deeigned to suit every Style of Architecture.
PRICED CATALOGUE (ORNAMENTAL SECTION) FREE ON APPLICATION.

49 ' CAN NON ST REET' LON DON ' E"c"J AND CLYDESDALE IRON WORKS,
POSSILPARK, GLASGOW.
Sec. E] 61\TES, Rl\ILINGS, 1\ND 0THER MET1\L W0RK. 143

A. & J. MAIN &


UNCLIM&llBLE COIUlUGATED 5HEET=ll10N fENCING j'.IND Gi'.1TE5.

Gate No. 719.

No. 716.-S uitable for Asylums, Hospitals, Doc ky -1 rd ~. Raceco urses. a nd enclosures where privacy is esse ntial. It is
u nclim bable, strong and durable, r·1.d not subj ect to derny or to being stole n for fire wood, as in the case of timber .
SPECI FICATION.-Galvanized Corrugated Sh eets, No. 24 gauge, ~errated along top ; P ai n tec'l Angle-iron Horizo ntals, Tee-
iron Stan da rds, fit ted with Main's Paten t "Two-w in g ed " Ea rth Plate, at 9 ft. apart, h avi ng Stay to each. The Sheets are
secured to Horizont als with special H oo k-bolts and Washers, t o t ake whi ch h oles are punch ed in Sheets when erectin g.
NOTE.-4 ft. 6 in. an d 5 ft. high h ave two Hori zontals; 6 ft. a nd 7 ft. hi gh , three Horizontals.
Sheeting of Heavier Gaug es ca n be a dop ted, if re quired, at proportionate pr ices.
FENCE. s. d. HAND GATES & PILLARS. DOUBLEGATES (10ft.wide)&PlLLARS.
4 fr. 6 i n. high, per yard . . 6 6 £5 ro o each . £10 o o each.
5 ,, 0 7 0 6 2 6 IO 15 0
6 ,, O . . 8 II 6 I2 O II 15 0
7 ,, 0 ,, 9 9 7 2 6 ?3 IO 0

MAIN'5 COQQUGATED 5TEEL DALE fENCI NG i'.IND GATE5.


Introduced as a Substitute for Wood, is Stronger, more Durable, and Cheaper.
T h is F encin g adapts itself readily, wh en bein g erected , to any gradients or cw ves. It can be m ade Poultry or R abbit
proof by placing the Pales sufficiently close.

No. 683.
No. 679.-T he above illustration repr ese nts th e usual for m of Steel Pale Fence for ge11eral r1q11ire111ents. It is readily
fixed, an y !za11dy labourer being able to erect it. The Pales are m ade of Steel. as p er Section below. All .the par ts are made up
into bundles re ady for fix ing, and in erecting ti:Je Standards an d H ori zo ntal Bars a re.first placed in position, anrl th e Pales then
bolted to tlte H orizontal B ars; in this way the Fence can be erected on any gradient or in any citrve \\ ithout difficulty
S PECIFICATION.-No. 679, Pales 3 in. apart, Daylight.
FEI\CE. s d. HAND GATES & PILLARS. DOUBLE GATES & PILLARS.
3 ft. 6 in . hig h. per yard . . 5 5 £2 IO o each . £5 5 o each.
3 "9 .. 5 7 2 IO 0 5 7 6
4 "0 ·,, .. 5 9 2 12 6 ,, .5 IO 0
4 " 6 .. 6 8 2 I5 0 5 I5 0
5 " 0 .. 7 2 3 I2 6 ,, 5 17 6
5 " 6 " . . 96 500 700
6 " 0 . . IO 1 5 IO O 7 IO 0

Manufacturer£ of every description of WROUGHT=IRON Railing and Fem;ing for Railways,


Public Parks, Cemeteries, Recreation Grounds, Private Parks, &.c. Wrought Iron Tree Guards,
Entrance Gates, &.c., &.c.
COMPLETE CATALOGUES ON APPLICATION.

A nd Clydesdale Iron Works,


49, CANNON ST., LONDON, E.G. Possilpark, GLASGOW.
144 MET1\L Wt)RK, e1\STJNGS, &c:
THE COALBROOKDALE COMPANY LIMITED.
COALBROOKDAL~ R.&O. i sHow 141, Queen Victoria Street,
WOR KS.
~ London, E.C.
SHROPSHIRE.
Telegrams - " DARBY. COAL BROOKDALE." I Telegrams:-" SEVEP. NDA T,F. T.f' N"DOV"

,, h
Sec. EJ MET.1\L W0RK, <..<?RSTINGS, &c. 145 .

Offices and Works:


187, 189, 191, & 193, UNION STREET,. BOROUGH, LONDON, S.E.
Telephon e : No. 193 HOP. 1'e!egrams : " H AYWARD BROTHERS, LONDON. "
New West E11d Slzowrooms, r6, J AMES S TREE7; HAYMARKE T, S.W.,
Opposite " H otel Carlton."

lfsers of 66
The · Compe12djz1n1)) woulcl
obfjge by mentjonjn_g it as the source of
thejr 1nfarmatjo12 when commu.qjcatjng wjth
the fjrms represented herejn.
146 METAL W0RK, '21\STINGS, &c. [Sec. E
\

THE

.ST. PANCRAS IRON WORK Co., Lo.,


Engineers and Ironfounders.
-----------------------------------··--

IRON
STAIRCASES.
Strai2ht or Spiral.

FIRE ESCAPE
STAIRCASE&,
to L.c.c. and other
requirements.

IRON ROOFS, FCOT BRIDGES, VERANDAHS, PORCHES, IRON DOORS, &c.


DESIGNS and ESTIMATES Furnished on Application.

General Wrought and Cast Iron Work.

LARGE SHOW ROOMS at

The St. PANCRAS IRON WORKS, St. Pancras Rd., London,N.W.


Telegrams: "EQUITATION, LONDON.' Telephone: 519 , KING'S CROSS .
Sec. E] MET1\L . W0RK, enSTINGS, &c. 147

~!1
:tfov
Oriel
148 [Sec. E_

1\rboui)

I "F7 re Eycc1 p~ -

-J
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~i'.)
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149

···T .H E···

eATALeGUB.
. . . -0 ~

5ee also .Summary of Contents, page 1.

, '

Section F.
firepr901 · cons1ruc11on. Ftreprool Doors,: sates, · ic.
flreprool Ma1er1a1s.

FIRMS REPRESENTED lN THIS SECTION.

PAGE PAGE
ADAMANT Co., LP. . . r5r LUCAS, J.E. .. r59
ASTON, G., & SON . . r50 PRICE, GEo., Lo. .. 160
DOWSON, TAYLOR & Co," · · r53 RATNER SAFE Co., Lo ... .. r6r
GARDINER, SONS & Co. , LD. . . r5+-r57 ST. PANCRAS· IRON Wo,RK Co., Lo. .. •. 162
HAYWARD' BRbs . & Eq:sTEIN, Lo. .. r68 SKIDMOR,E , T., & SON •• .. r59 .
HOBBS, HART & C<'., LD. r58 TANN, JaHN .. 163
JoNES, F., & Co•.. 149 WHITFIELD, F ., & Co. 164- r67
KrnG, ]. A., & Co .. 152

Do not ,Warp. Do not Contract Damp. Supplied in Suitable Sizes.


THE :))Ni.Y' DURABLE SUBSTITUTE . FOR LATH AND PLASTER.

,· FlBROU6~~..s~~ils LABS;
'Telephone:
675 KING'S CROSS.

.
. EDK JO' NES··&·co· KENTISH
'FlR .: . . ~
RYLAND ROAD,
. TOWN, N.W.
. . •
'.
'' SLAGWOOL.
Telegrams; . •·
LONDO~.·" . I

See also Section B, pages 77 and 78.


150 FIREPReeF eeNSTRUeTieN. [Sec. F

G. ASTON -& SON,


Eagle Wharf Road, New North Road, London, N~
Telepbo:¥te, 119. Dalston. Telegraphic Adciress: "INWROUGHT, LONDON."

(WORKS and O~FICES AS ABOVE.)

FOUNDERS AND IRON CONTRACTORS.


Columns and Stanch eons 1n Cast" Iron or Steel.
.
STEEL COMPOUND & RIVETTED PLATE GIRDERS.'

FIREPROOF AND VENTILATING FLOOR.


Lightest, Strongest & most Perfect. Ventilating System.

~NISHED FLOOA

LONGITUDINAL SECTION·.

TRANSVERSE .SECTION .SHOWING LINTELS AND AR.CH CENTR.EING IN POSITION.

TRANSVERSE .SECTION SHOWING FINISHED FLOOR..

This Flooring is constrnctecl with Steel Joists, Concrete Arches, and Terra Cotta Lintels. '
. T:be Lintels are designed in k\1Ch a maunei· that they completely encase and protect from fire the joists upon
whfah thev rest, and are so constructed as to form a continuous air c,h amber through the floor. ·
Thin corrugated curved iro_n placed ~et:"~en th~ :nebs of the Li. n~els, .serves as a permanent cen~reing, and
forms the c;oucrete into arches spnnging from JOtst to Joist, thereby ga1111ng the advantages of great stieugth and
extreme lightness; the bulb tops of the l,intels beiug embedded in the concrete, are by that means firmly fixed
anc1 held. - · ·
The weight is carried by the joist~ and concrete only! .the !,in tels simply serving as a fire-resisting covering
protecting the metal and concrete, and formrng a flat fire-clay cethng, ,keyed to receive plaster. ,
It is partly due to the circulation of air that we claim our sys~em t.o te absolutely fire-proof.
The minimum depth of the floo;r is 6 inches, and the dead weight 1s only 40 lbs. per foot super.
Sec. FJ FIREVR0{)F e{)NSTRUeTI{)N. 151

Telegrams: " Adamant, Birmingham." Registered Office a1£d Works : Birminl(ham.


'' Chromolith, Landolf ." London 0 lfice : go, Queen Stnet, Chea~sii.1,
" Range, Bristol." Stor1s: St. Pa11cr11s Sttition, L ondoK,
"AdamaKt, Newcastle-011-Tylfl." Mid. Ry. Co., 59, Victcri• Str11t, Eris'°'.
ADAMANT has received the Gold Medal of Excellence from the American Institute of New York, 1888
Also Gold Medal from the Great Exhibition, York, 1889; First-Class Bronze Medal, Birmingham, 1889 1898.

MANUFACTURERS OF ADAMANT._ PLASTER & CHROMOLITH, FOR WALLS, CEILINGS, & MOULDINB8,
ALSO BIRMINGHAM WATERPROOF CEMENT, SLABS FOR PUGGING AND FIBROUS WORK, ANO
FIREPROOF FLOORS AND CEILINGS.
~DAMA.NT The special advantages of ~sing this Plaster are :-It Driea Qulckly, it ii
la mixed with More Durable and Sanitary ~h~n com~on Plaster, neither shrinking, crackin1,
WATER ONLY. nor absorbmg germs of disease, and 1t 1s Easlly Applied by any good plasterer.

• THE ADAMANT CO. respectfully invite tlie notice ef Arcliitects and Builders to tlu following
S,pecialities, and will be pleased to sliow sucli work executed by tlienz if desi1ed :- ·
BRIT. OPAL is a substitute for glazed bricks or tiles. It can be finished in an y colour, aud is unquestionablywwe artistic
--1he effects being limitless- and !llOre durable, while the cost compa res in its favour. There are no llnsightly
jni11ts. it is n11~tQiirnble. eaoily r<"paired, may he washed without injury, and can be fixed by any intelligent workman.
FIBROUS PLASTER ENRICHED can be carried out to any design for Ceilings, Facias and Cornices, or fro.m our own
stock patterns.
FIBROUS SLABS as used throughout the New General
Hospital, Binniugbam, in th eir effective system of ventilation.
"GRANOLITHIC" used for staircases, cills, beads, either
moulded or plain, and for forming pavements, and floors,
specially suitable for stabling.
FIREPROOF ~LOORING (as shown ~n the two acaompany-
ing sketches) 1s a system of work which bas been subj ected
to very severe and practical tests, and we confidently assert
it is more fire-resisting, the simplest, strongest, and
lightest floor of the various systems in the m arket. It has
been adopted throughout the ~ew Ge_uer~l _Hospital,
Birmingham, and ma~y other km.dred m~tltubons .and
factories all over the kmgdom, and 1s exclusively specified
by many of our leading architects.
"BIRMINGHAM" WATERPROOF OEM ENT is well
adapted for Baths, Tanks, Perished Stone Work, and all
External Plastering. It is absolutely unaffected by heat or
water, and cau be stippled i~ various tints or polished to
a fine surface. It adheres to iron, wood, or stone.

fliiT" Estimates are given for all kinds of work named above, and experienced workmen are
sent out to instruct if required .
1
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PRICES AT WORKS. vG>\ AGENTS.~


No.• Adamant, for Wallo, weichs 165 lbs. per bae:; No. ""• or Lath, •:JO lbs.
per bai:; No. 1, 140 lbs. per bag. LONDON.-Office, go & 9r, Queen Street, Cheapside.
Wbeo orderinc state the kind required. BRISTOL.-}. J. CALCOTT, 3, Bristol Bridge, Bristol, Sole
Ao.A.M.A.N'r No. 2 Floating Coat (Walls) •• pcr,,bac ~ ~ Agent for West of Engl and and South Wales.
Do. 2x ,, " (Lath) s 0 BURTON.- J. C. STATON & Co., Shobnal Mills~ Burtou-
Po. J Setting ,, • · · • ., 011 -Trent, Sole Agents for Burton Pottery D1stnct.
Rou~h Stucco, or Stone Face S 0
11
Do. ,, 1 x u
Do. 11 1xx Cormce Backing .. . ·. - 2 9 MIDDLESBOROUGH. - HUTCHINSON BROS., G:-ange
Do. ,, •.A. .. ,, Finishing (pure White) •• ,, ~ 0
CM ROMOLITH •• Superfine Panan Face •· •• u 0
Road.
Ba11s charged 9d each · 8d allowed when retu rned in e:ood condition. NEWCASTLE - ON-TYNE.-JO~ . GREY,65, Northumber-
Terms : 2i per c~nt. for cash on receipL of goods. xi per cent. for cash on
1

l and Street.
10th of following month. . . .
Tints and Colours (to be stippled) accordwe to order. Prices given on DUBLI N. - ST E WART & WILLlAMS, 50,MiddleAbbey St.
application. · I
7-lb. Sample Bagi of any of the above materials sent free on reGc1pt of 1 6
P.0.0 . 0< Stamps.
For f1wtlle1 · i11jormatio1t appty the ll/a1111,gi11g Dirtctvr, JOHN WILKINSON, COJIKERCl.IL ST., BIRMINGH.lll.
Secrdary, REECE W. PALK. '

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152 FIREPR00F eeNSTRUeTI0N. [Sec. F

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MEDALS. HIOHESTAWAR~S ~T
FIRI'! TESTS . -e=

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...-Q PATENT SLABS AND HOLLOW BLOCKS .
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r.a SAWN AND NAILED LIKE BOARDS.
Z ~ TESTED BY THE BRITISH FIRE PREVENTION COMMITTEE TO OVER 2000° Fht. "'Sa

- 1:,-._r:tem ively used for F ireproofing Staircases as required by London County Coztncil.
SEVERAL LAROE CONTRACTS GAINED IN OPEN COMPETITION WITH THE PRINCIPAL PARTITIONS ON ThlE MARKET.
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without intermediate supports. The Slabs are bQ.ililt up with gauged stuff, and the vertical CC
z ___ _ j~~~ts grouted with Plaster. Dado and Frieze Rails are nailed direct to Slabs. ..I

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NO FINISHING COAT OF PLASTER Rb.QUIRED.
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Q QUOTATIONS GIVEN FOR ANY QUANTITY OF WORK, FIXED AND FINISHED COMPLETE .
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QUEEN VICTORIA STREET,
e KinJ;l:~~~'L~~on. LONDON, E.C.
cc .
. LL1 Works: HAYES, MIDDLESEX (on Grand Junction Canal).
C)! AGENTS-
" SCOTLAND- Stuart's Granolithic Stone Co., Ltd., 6, Torphichen Place, Edinburgh, and ~! London.
Counties of HEREFORD, STAFFORD, WORCESTER & WARWICK-
Ch~rJes A. Line, 18, Burlington Chambers, 118, New Street, Birmingham.
Sec. F] FIREPR00F 000RS, 51\FES, &c. 153'

DOWSON. T~vLbR & Co,,


M.1\THER & PL.1\TT, Ltd., Proprietors.
F: N"' G- I . N"' "F'; F: :EC. S .
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MANUFACTURERS OF HINGED, FOLDING, SLIDING, & EVERY


DESCRIPTION OF FIREPROOF DOORS.
Sole Manufacturers of Patent Self-Closing

ARMOURED FIREPROOF DOORS.


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Ojjicially endorsed by t!ze FIRE OFFICES COJVIJVII'I''I'EE.

The Armoured Door is the only Sliding Fireproof Door accepted


by the Fire Offices Committee.

All Doors are care-


fully constructed Sunk Handles on
in our own Factory, all Sliding Doors,
and built only to and Double Oatcb
the Insurance Oom- workable from one
panieb' specification centre on all Hinged
and Folding Doors.
All Sliding Doors
fitted with Im- Improved Fittings
proved Ornamenta.l of Best Quality
Frictionless Pulley only used.
Hangers, except in
cases wh~~e the
headroom is limited, These Doors have
when straight b!l.ll proved their worth
bearing Hangers in many actual
are supplied . fires.

. ..............
WILL NOT BUCKLE.
LIGHTER & CHEAPER
TH.AN IRON DOORS.
Write for Illustrated Catalogue.
MANCHESTER: LONDON:
BLACKFRIARS BRIDGE. r4, VICTORIA STREET, S.W.
LEEDS: GLASGOW: BIRMINGHAM:
14, INFIRMARY ST. 75, BUCHANAN ST. r4, BURLINGTON CHAMBERS, NEW ST.
154 FIREI'Rt'>t'>F Dt'>t'>RS, S1\FES, &c. [Sec. F

GARDINER, SONS,& Co., Ltd ._,


Teleg-raplLic Address -
NELSON STREET &ALL SAINTS' IRON WORKS, BRISTOL. '' Gardsone, Br istol."

IRON WAREHOUSE DOORS.

w 1. W2.

Doors of !ain. plate closing on Angle Iron Frame, thus--


6 ft. 6 in £3 12 0
6 ft. 6 in. 4 0 6
6 ft. 6 in. 6 8 6
5 0

6 ft. o in. x 2 ft. o in., one leaf. .. £3 4 0


6 ft. 6 in . x 2 ft. 6 in. ,, 3 II 3
6 ft. 6 in. x 3 ft. 6 in., twJ le<>ves 6 0 0
6 ft. 6 in. x 4 ft. o in. 6 4 6
6 ft. 6 in . x 5 ft. o in. 6 15 6
If with Angle Iron Rebates on Door, thus-

4J.L._. One ·leaf doors 29/ - each extra; two leaf doors, 4 2 /-each extra.
One leaf doors, 14/- each extra: two leaf doors, 26/- each extra. Above dimensions are sizes of doors. Openings should be 4 in.
Above prices include Hasp for Padlock or Bolt. I less iJl width and 2 in. less in height.
Unless otherwise ordered, th€Se rloors are sent with flat clJI to Box bandies to admit of doors being opened from either side,
let into floor, as shown on W 3. 2/- per hand!~ extra.
Two Leaf Doors have two bolts on the leaf closing first. Strong Tee Iron Straps on doors .in stead of fht, 16/6 per leaf extra.

Dt~COUNTS HD QUOTATIONS FOR Sf'ECIAL SIZES ON RECEIPT OF REQUIREMENTS.


FOR CASEMENTS AND SASHES, SEE SECTION L. COMPLETE CATALOGUE SENT ON APPLICATION.
Sec. F] FIREPR00F 000RS, 51\FES, &c. 155

GARDINER, SONS, & Co., Ltd.,


NELSON STREET & ALL SAINTS' IRON WORKS, BRrSTOL. Telegraphic Address-
" Gardsons, Bristol ."

IRON · WAREHOUSE DOORS.


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Doors of i=in. Plate with ;J;= in. Panelling on one side, in clu-
Doors :tpin. Plate with i=in. ' ding Top Bar, C hannel Guide at bottom, and Hasp for Padlock,
Panelling, on one side in Rebated /~ 6 ft . 6 i.n. x 2 ft. 6 in., one leaf £4 r 3
7 ft. 0 In . X 3 ft. 0 IIl. 4 I3 6
Frame, thus- , ,;!;J:j; •••• ,,
6 ft. 6 i_n. x 4 ft. o i_n., two leaves 7 4. 6
7 ft. o rn. x 5 ft. om. B 4. o
6 ft. o in. x 2 ft. o in , one leaf £4 15 0 7 ft. o in . x 6 ft. o in . 9 r 3
6 IL 6 in. x z ft . 6 in. 5 5 6 Extra if Panelled on both sides-
7 ft. o in. x 3 ft . o in. .. 5 r4 6 One leaf doors, r8/- each extra; two leaf doors, 30/6 each extra.
6 ft. 6 in. x 3 ft, 6 in., two leaves 8 r9 6
6 ft. 6 in. x 4 ft. o in. 9 4 0 If with Angle Iron Frame for Sides ~
6 ft. 6 in . x 5 ft. o in. 9 r6 o and Top of Opening, thus - /~
7 ft. o in. x 6 ft. o in. II 5 6
One leaf doors, 20/- each extra.
/,,.;:::,«
If panelled on both sides, one leaf doors, r8/- each extra: Two leaf doors, 29/6 each extra. iiiil••-
two leaf doors, 30/6 each extra. 'If with Interlocking Frame to Sides and Top, thus-
Extra, if with Angle Iron ~<~,
Frame, thus-
One leaf doors, 9/- each extra.
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Two leaf doors, r z/- eac h extra.
· Above prices include Two Bolts to each leaf or strong ordinary
.Uead Lock.
Best 2-Lever Lock .. · 3/- each extra. One leaf doors, ~9/- each extra; two leaf doom, 43/- each extra.
" 4- " " .. ' 5/- ., Above dimensions are sizes of doors. Openmgs ~hould be 4 11 .
ff four panels to each lea'. 4/3 per leaf extra, if panelled one side. less in widtll, and 2 in . less in height.
,, .. 8/ 6 " ,, , , both sides. Box Handles to admit of doors teing opened on ei 1her side,
Two Le af Doors have two bolts on the leaf ck sing first . 2/- per handle extra.
DISCOUNI S AND QUOTATIONS FOR SPECIAL SIZES ON RECEIPT OF REQU!HtMENTS.
FOR CASEMf;NTS AND SASHl~S, SEE SECTION L. COMPLETE C.A;rAr.OGUE SHN'l' ON Al'PLTCATfQN.
If

15~ FIREPR0E)F D00RS, 511.FES, &c. [Sec. F

GARDINER, SONS, & Co., Ltd.,


I
NELSON STREET & ALL SAINTS' IRON WORKS, BRISTOL. ,!t[!~cit:~·~.1~1::i:.:-

FIREPROOF DOORS as REQUIRED BY FIRE OFFICES' COMMITTEE.

A 20.
Doors of t~ ln. Plate, with t= in. Panelling on each side.
requirements of the FIRE OFFICES COMMITTEE.
All SLIDING DooRS must be METAL•
CovERED as No. A 20. -/.~
A
This is the only form of Iron Door which complies with the METAL=COVER.ED FIR.EPR.OOF DOOR.5.
Tl:.is is the only kind of Sliding Door which complies with the
requiremen ts of the FIRE OFFICES COMMITTEE.
Sliding Door with top hangings, runner bar, fixing bolts, handle,
PRICES OF
Hung in Rebated Frame, thus-
W 12. hh :,.. ···~- stop, and gnide complete.
For opening 6 ft. x 2 ft . one leaf £
6 ft. o in x 2 ft. o in., one leaf •• each £s 13 0 6 ft. 6 in . x 2 Jt. 6 in.
6 f.t. 6 in . x 2 ft. 6 in. ,. 6 3
7
6
ft.
ft.
o in.
6 in.
x
x
3 ft.
3 ft.
o in. ,.
6 in .. two leaves .•. "
6 I2
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7 ft
7 ft.
x 3 ft.
x 4 ft. "
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7 ft . 6 in . x 3 ft. 6 in.
6 ft. 6 in . x 4 ft. 0 rn. IO 14 " 8 ft. x 4 ft.
6 ft. 6 in. x 5 ft. o in. " II 6 6
7 ft. o iu. x 5 ft. o in . ,, "
V:J 12 6 0
9 ft.
6 ft.
x 5 ft. "
6 in. x 4 ft. two leaves

4
Extra, if :with Angle lron 6 ft. 6 in. x 5 ft .
Frame, thus-
" 7 ft . x 5 ft.
7 ft 6 in. x 6 ft. "
One leaf doors, 9/- each extra.
Locks, or Flush Handles (to open Sliding Doors either side)
Two leaf doors, 12/· each extra. extra ifrequired.
Above prices include Two Bolts to each' Leaf as required by NOTE -Above are sizes of openings, doors overlapping three inches
Fire Insurance Offices. at top and at each side. If bull-nose bricks are used on
It Locks required in addition to Bolts, they are charged extra, viz.: quoins, a further allowance must be made.
Strong Ordinary, 6/-; Two Lever, 8/-; Four Lever, 10/-.
They can be made to other sizes, but- ~ Pri~es of above on. application, also for other sizes suitable for
One Leaf Doors must not exceed 7 ft. high x 3 ft. 6 in. wide. openrngs not exceeding 9 ft. high or 45 ft. super. which are the
Two Leaf Doors 7 ft. high x 5 f~. o in. wide. maximum limits allowed by Fire Offices Committee. '
DISCOUNTS AND QUOTATIONS FOR SPECIAL SIZES ON RECEIPT OF REQUIREMENTS.
Foit CASEMENTS AND SASHES, SEE SE CTION L, COMPL'E;'tE CATALOGUE SEN'r ON APPLICATION.
Sec. F] FIREPReeF Dt)t')RS, S1\FES, &c. 157

GARDINER, SONS, &Co., Ltd.,


NELSON STREET &ALL SAINTS' IRON WORKS, BRISTOL. T dtgYaph.ic Address-
,, Gard sons, Bristol."

STRONG ROOM DOORS.

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ws. 5TR.ONG R.OOM DOOR.
Made with or without Fire-proof Chamber.
STR.ONG R.OOM DOOR.. With Brass Handle throwing Four Bolts, secured by
two-keyed powder-proof lock, protected by
·with Iron Handle throwing Two Bolts, secured by . drill-proof plate; four fixed back bolts or dogs
two-keyed powder-proof safe lock, protected by on hinge side.
drill-proof plate . Front moulded With Lock Casing If with Fire-proof
full size of door, Chamber in addi-
but without 'Fire- rion to
proof Chamber. Lock Chamber.
Thickness of Plate. Thickness of Outer Plate,
!-inch. &-inch. ft . in. ft, in. !·inch..
ft. in. ft, in.
6 0 x 2 0 £ 14 8 0 £ 17 3 0
6 0 x 2 0 £9 18 0 [IO 18 0 6 0 x 2 6 15 4 0 17 19 9
6 0 x 2 6 IO 13 6 II t6 0 6 0 x 3 0 15 19 6 18 18 0
6 0 x 3 0 II 6 0 12 IO 6 If Outer Plate -~-in. thick, £1 5s. extra.

Above p<ice' am foe doom with ~a If with Strong Angle Iron Frames
thus-
Frames thus- (~.Y, •-• £1 lOS. extra.

ILLUSTRATIONS & PRICES OF VENTILATING GATES SENT ON APPLICATION.


DISCOUNTS AND QUOTATIONS FOR SPECIAL SIZES ON RECEIPT OF REQUIREMENTS.
FOR CASEMENTS AND SASHES, SEE SECTION L. COMPI,ETE CATAI,OGUE SEN"l' ON APPI,lCATlON.
158 FIREPR00F D00R5, 57\FES, &c. [Sec. F

HOBBS, HART, & Co., Ltd., ORIGINAL MANUFACTURERS OF


Patent Steel FIRE & BURGLAR-RESISTING "Seamless" Bent
Body SAFES AND STRONG ROOMS.
STRONG ROOM AND PARTY WALL DOORS · TO MEET EVERY RISK.
MAKERS OF THE BANK OF ENGLAND TREA$URY DOORS.
SLIDING OR HANGING
Keyed Rebated While strongly
Party Wall Doors . recommending the Keyed
Rebated Party Wall Doors,
HOBBS, HART, & Co.,
are prepared to estimate
and supply at the lowest
prices
Party Wall Doors
to suit every requirement.

PATENT

GH EAPS I DE
GONE VENTILATORS
LON DON
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For Strong Rooms or Vaults.
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40 PAGE ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE FREA


ON APPL/CATION.

• Acompetent Representative will be sent to eonfer with Contractors desirous of using H. H. & Co.'s Manufactures.
Showrooms- 76, CHEAPSIDE, E C.

GE~~~A~o°::~~Es} ARLINGTON STREET' ISLINGTON, N.


See also Page in Section K.
Sec. F] FIREVR00F D00RS, S1\FES, &c. 159

J. E. LUCAS, Telegram.s-
"LUCAS, ENGINEER,
BROCKLEY, S.E.

Bee' also Paa;es


183, 189, & 2 hi.
ENGINEER & PATENTEE OF SELF-SUSTAINING LIFTS,
l RON DOORS, METAL CASEMENTS & SASH ES.
A
. VESTA ROAD, BROCKLEY, S.E.
a.- Please send FIRE RESISTING IRON DOORS
fo meet the requirements of Insurance Co.'a.
Particulars for
AS SUPPLIED TO
Paul's Wharf, E. C.
Home and Colonial Stores.
Ferguson's Wharf, £., &c., &c ..
Every Description
of
FIRE RESISTING REVOLVING
SHUTTERS,
IRON OR STEEL • . IN LIEU OF IRO~ DOORS
AS AT
- -

DOOR supplied. KENNET WHARF, E.0.; LEATHER LANE, E.O.;

DODD :... . & COUNTY BANK, DEPTFORD; HOWARD'S

CONTRACTOR TO THE ADMIRALTY.


HOT.EL, W.O., ETO., ETO., ETO.

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ESTABLISH\ED 1850. PRIZE AWARD MELBOURNE, 1883 .
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SE ND FOR

'' S K I D M 0 R E' S " PRICE LISTS OF

Fire, Fall and Thief- Proof Iron and StEel


SA.:F"'ES~
Iron Doors and Frames, Sliding Doors, Strong Rooms. &c.
THOMAS SKIDMORE & SON,
Staffordshire Safe and Lock Works,
WOLVf!RHAMPTON .
THESE SAFES PRESERVED THEIR CONTEN'\"S IN THE GREA1" LONDON AND
AUSTRALIAN FIRES CF 1897.

BUILDERS~ ANNOUNC£,~ENT~
'-'?ommencing on page 392, showing the class of work various
Building Firms are accustomed to undertake, are a valuable guide
to l\rchitects when placinq contrt,Icts for the erection of Buildings, &c.
160 FIREl?R00F D00R5, 51\FES, &c. [Sec. F

BY ROYAL LETTERS PATENT.

THE "TWENTIETH CENTURY" STRONG ROOM ODOR.

LOCKS AND
LOCKS AT THE UNLOCKS
SIDE. AUTOMATICALLY.

INDICATES
WHEN LOCKEO
5t INCH
AND UNLOCKED.
FIRE-PROOF
CHAMBER ON
DOOR DOGR PLATE
ENTIRELY FILLED ft INCH
WITH SOLID STEEL
FIRE-PROOF
COMPOSITION. LOCK PROTECTED
FROM DRILLING
OR VIOLENCE
AT ALL POINTS
THE FIXING CAN BY PATENT
BE LEFT TILL 'CASE HARDENlD'
STRONG ROOM DRILL, AND
IS PRACTICALLY
SLEDGE-HAMMER
FINISHED.
PROOF METAL.

iT ENTEES
1

Telegram s-
,, S afes,
i fACTURERS TelejJhone-
N o. 225
Wol verh a mpton." Wolv erhampton.

'WOLVERHAMPTON
\
No. 75 T C DOOR PLAT E . ~ in ch solid steel, bung to door fra me b y m assive steeled
T o fi x a "Twentieth Prices to suit walls up t o r8 inches centres.
Century" G ra sp Frame LOCK CASE. Built of s teel th roughout, and fi lled enti rely with fi re -proof
t11ick . PRI CES. co mpositio n. F astenings a s ill ustrated . F ull description of 11 Twent ieth
Door, take off the I ack S ize of Door -Pl a tes. £ s. d. C entury" locki ng mechanism is given on pa ge 1 2 of our Catalogue Section 4,
a ngle, place door in open~ s ft. 6in . x 2ft 6in . . . 48 0 0 post free on applicati on . '
ing left fo r it in wall of 6ft. oin. x zft . 6in . . . 5 2 O O TH E GRA S P FRA M E is of strong con struction , with steel lobby plates,
strong room (size of whic h 6ft . 6i n. X 2 t. 6in . . 5 6 IO O T iron lockin g h a rs ; gripping a ngles back and fr on t .
6ft. oin . X 3lt . oin. 60 o O
will be sent by us on receipt 61t. 6in. x 3ft. oin . .. 64 10 O TH E G R IL LE is constructed of ba r iron 2 inch x t inch. w.ith round bars
o o rder), refix b ack angle 7ft. oin. x 3ft. oin . .. 7 0 O O ·~ inch thick, pl aced 2! inches apa rt cent re to centre. Secured by our own '1\ake
by scre ws from the in side, For \ Val' s exceedin g 18 inch es Oest 4-levc r lock , with two kc s.
a nd the door a nd fra me a re th ick bu t not exceedin g 24 inch es T HE W HOLE of best workman ship and fi nish through out· well painted,
thi c k the prices a r e 70/ ~ extra in any a nd sent ca~ria ge p a id to any Railway Sta tion in the Un ited K ingdom.
a n a l solut<> iixtu re.
of a bove sizes.
Sec. F] FIREPRE)0F DE)0RS, S1\FES~ &c. 161

RATNER SAFE Co., Ltd., MANUFACTUR ERS OF IMPROVED


Ratner Safe Wo rks:
FIRE AND THIEF RESISTING DIR ECTORS:
HANCOCK ROAD, BOW,
DANIEL R. RATCLIFF, J.P.,
London, E.
Teleg,.ams :
SAFES, For 111a11y yea.rs llian-
"SAVEALLS," London. STEEll ST~ONG ~ooms, agi11g Partner of the Firm
Cit y Depot : Strong Room Doors, Safe Deposits, Party of Thomas Milner & S on,
51, MOORGATE ST., E.G. Wall Doors, &c;. Safe M amtfactiwers ,Liver-
(Near the Bank o.f Ent;land.) . pool and London.
Telegrams: GREAT CITY FIRE,. 19 Nov., 1897. PERRY F. NURSEY, C.E.,
"TH I EFPROOF," L.o ndon. Past President of the
Buc harest:
GREAT FIRE AT SMYRNA, 24 Sept., 1895. Societv of Engineers.
STRADA LIPSCANI, 80. GREAT FIRE IN LEEDS, 28 Dec., 1895. W. MILNER RATCLIFF.
All RATNER SAFES Preserved contents perfectly.

THE FOLLOWING IMPORTANT WORK HAS BEEN CARRIED OUT BY THE MAKERS OF RATNER SAFES:

I
C1Tv SAFE DEPOSIT & AGENCY Co., Ltd. , London, 31 760 Safes, 125 Steel S trong J THOS . ELSLEY, LIMITED. Iron Doors.
Rooms. The largest and most important order ever given in th e Safe Trad~. G. H.-.RDCN G & SONS . Iron Doors.
CHANCERY LANE SAFE DEPOSIT. Extensive Additions. A main Safe Depos ~t, THE BRITI S H INDIA STEAM NAvrGATION Co. Eight Steel Strong Rooms.
divided into fo ur compa.r tments, 35 feet long, containing io,400 Safes. WIN C HE STER Hous E SAF::! D EPOS IT . Extra Strong R a tner Safe Deposit D oors.
WE ST END SAFE DKPOSIT, Albany Street, Regent's Park, N . W . lNDU STRI ,,L & G l!NEHAL Tn u sT. " ,
Messrs. HARROD'S STORES , LIMITED. Safe Deposit. Messrs. Gn E ENWELL & Co. London.
Messrs. MAPLE & Co., L I MITED. Safe D eposit. Best.'d~s 1mp01·tant 1-Vork for otlur ffYrms too n11-11:e1-oi1,s t o m eult'on.
THE ROTTERDAM SAFE DEPOSIT. .
ARMY & NAVY Co-OPERATIVE SocrnTY, LTD. Portable
Safe Deposit.
CAPITAL & COUNT I ES BANK , LIMITJ!D.
:Messrs. \V t LLIAM W I LL I AMS, BROWN & Co., Bankers,
Lee:l; .fl\rchit ects: Mess rs. Alfred Waterhouse & Son.
Messrs. F'os r1rn's NRw BANK, Cambridg-e. Architects:
Messrs. A lfred Waterhouse & Son, New Cavend ish
Street, London.
NATIONAL BANK OF RouMANIA. Nine Ratner Improved
Steel Strong Rooms.
NATIONAL RANK OF BULGARI A.
NATIONAL BANK OF PRETOR,IA, South Africa.
PRIVATilANKEN , Copenhagen.
Messrs. W AKEFIF.LD, CREWDSON & Co.
Messrs. CuNLIFFR , BROOKS & Co., Manchester.
BANK OF AFR I CA Cannon Street, Londo n.
H ALlF AX JOINT STOCK BANKING Co., Ha lifax. \
YonK C1Tv AND CnuNTY .HANK, L t MITRD.
BECKETT & Co., Bankers, Leeds.
Messrs.
WILTS & DORSET BANK, LIMITRD.
NATI ONAL PROVINCIAL BANK OF ENGLAND.
B IRMINGHAM D 1STR ICT AND CouNTlES' BANK.
BonoUGH OF TvNRJ11IOUTH TNADING BANK, LIM I TED .
LANCASHIRE AND YORKSHIRE BANK, Manchester.
CLYOF.SDALE BANK.
BANKS in CH I LI .
NATIONAL lSA.NK OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN REPUBLI C.
LONDON AND YORKSHIRE BANK.
LANCA.SHINE AND YORKSHIRE BANK.
CARLISLE AND CuMBERLAUD BANK .
CITY BANK , L t MJTRD.
HALIFAX COMMERCIAL BANK, LIMITED.
NATIONAL BANK, LIMITED.
BANQUE D ' ESCOMPTE DE BUCHAREST.
CA ISSE DR De.POTS, oEComsIGNATlONS ET D'Ecot:OMID
ON ADMIRALTY LIST.
ON WAR 0FPICE LIST.
ON IND IA LIST.
BOARD OF TRADE.
HER MAJESTY'S BOARD OF WORKS, Dublin .
HER MAJESTY'S POST OFFICES, Dublin.
DunuN CASTLE, Dublin.
TowN HALL, Belfast . Strong Room Door, &c.
CoRK CouRT HouSE, Cork.
CORK HARBOUR COMM ISSIONERS.
LONDON COUNTY COUNCIL.
MIDLAND RAILWAY Co.
NORTH EAsTRRN RAILWAY Co.
NORTH l~R I TI SH RAILWAY Co.
GLASGOW & SOUTH WESTERN RA ILWAY Co.
THE ROUMANIAN RAI L WAY.
BuENOS AYRES GREAT SOUTHERN RAILWAY Co.
RouMANIAN GOVERNMENT . Various Branches.
BULGAR I AN GovKRNMENT.
TuRK l SH GOVERNMENT. •
ST. PAUL'S CATHEDRAL. Safe for J ub ilee Soh d-Gold
Plate.
ARMY & NAVY S TORES, London.
D. H . EvANS & Co. LIMIT ED. Party Wall Doors.
PETER RoB I NSON's, l1M t TBD. Party Wall Doors.
lr\CANDESCBNT GASLIGHT Co. I ron Doors.
RoTHKRHITHE TowN HALL. Iron Doors.
NORTHAMPTON INSTITUTE. Iron Doors.
Messrs. NOVELLO, EWER & Co. Iron Doors.
Messrs. F. BRADY & Co. I ron Doe rs.
HULL SAFS DEPOSIT.
ICxTs11110>1 or PALL MALL D&POSIT.
LARGE ORDERS JUST RECEIVED FOR ADMIRALTY AND WAR OFFICE.
' .
FIREPReCF 000RS, SAFES, &c. [Sec. F

THE

ST. PANCRAS IRON WORK Co., Lo.,


£12gineers _
a qd Iron.fou11ders.
Makers of MACHINE MADE
WROUGHT IRON

DOORS
AND

FRAMES,
WAREHOUSES, FACTORIES,
OFFICES, THEATRES, &c., _
To suit the Requirements of
Architects, Fire Insurance Cum-

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panies, the County Council,
and other Local Authorities .
'T'fT'fT't'f'fffT'fTT'f'f'fff'f'fffif'f'ff'fff\

MADE OF ANY SIZE


A.ND STRENGTH.

Estimates furnished on receipt of


necessary particulars.

THE
I

St. Pancras Iron Works,


ST. PANCRAS ROAD,
iHIT111,. $1ufq(m1 ,
LONDON
Telegrama: "BQUITATION, LONOQN," NW
x. Telephon•; [J•~: KING' 5 CRO~~, ' • B
Sec. F] FIREPR00F D00RS, Sl\FES, &c. 163

JNO. TANN'S HANCHOR


RELIANCE"
BENT STEEL} FIRE} &BURGLAR PROOF SAFES.
STRONG-ROOM & PARTY·WALL DOORS.
LOCKS of ALL KINDS. SPECIAL £s 5.s. BENT STEEL SAFES.

HINGED PARTY WALL AND


WAREHOUSE DOORS.
(New Pattern).
6-ft. o-in. x 2-ft. 6-in. . .. ... £5 12 6
6-ft. 6-in. x 2-ft. 6-in . ... 6 2 6
6-ft. 6-in . x 3-ft. o-in. . .. 6 15 0
7 .. tc.. u-!n. x J-fr. o-in. . .. 7 0 0

SLIDING PARTY WALL DOORS


MADE TO SPECIAL DIMENSIONS. PRICES
ON APPLICATION.

PLATE CLOSET AND STRONG


ROOM DOORS AND GRILLES.
P la te Closet Strong Room Ventilating
Doors. Doors. Grills.
[ s. rf. £ s. d. £ s. d
6-ft. o-in. x 2-ft. 6-in. 12 0 0 15 10 0 7 O O
6-ft. o-in. x 3-ft. o-in . 18 0 0 8 O O
6-ft. 6 in. x 2- ft. 9-in. 13 10 0 18 0 0 : 8 10 O
6-ft 6-in >< 3-ft. o-in . 19 10 0 9 O O
7-lt. o-in. x 3-ft. o -in. 15 15 0 22 0 0 10 O O

Estimates given for Ornamental Iron Doors to Architects' Special Designs, and for
every description of Iron Doors, with Wrought or Cast-Ir.on Frames.
STEEL MOVABLE STRONG ROOMS AND STRONG ROOM FITTINGS.

Full Illustrated Lists, wz'th Discounts, on Applzcat£on.

NEWCATE STREET, LONDON, ·E.C.


164 FIREPRCCF nee~s, S1\FES, &c. [Sec. F

'1V . . ITP"I e:x, I •~s


WROUGHT IRON PARTY WALL OR INSURANCE DOORS,
MADE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FIRE OFFICES COMMITTEE'S REPORT.

IN FRAMES, SINGLE or DOUB LE. SLIDING, SINGLE or DOUBLE.

Made in accordance with the M~tropolitan


Building Act and the Fire Offices Committee's
Report.

SPECIFICATION. 0
SPECIFICATION.
!-in. Plate panelled with ! -in. Stiles and Rails on each face, l-in. Plates with ! -in. Stiles and Rails on each face,
and hung with Wrought Iron Centres into Frames 2!-i l. hung with strong Wrought Iron Straps ancf 6-in. Pulleys,
by !-in., or 2!-in. by g-in., according to size' of Door.
Secured with 12-in. Tower Bolts and Lever Dead Lock.
I on to 3-in. by i-in. round edge, Running Bar, Groove;· Brr~
complete.
Prices of these Doors sent on receipt of sizes of openings.

F. WHITFIELD AND I

MANUFACTURERS OF WROUGHT moN SAFES AND DOORS,


OXFORD STREET, BIRMINGHAM.
11 & 12. sr·. ANDREW'S HILL, QUEEN VICTORIA ST., LONDON, E.a.
Sec. F] FIREPR00F D00RS, S1\FES, &c. 165

"IC . . I~:E"I F:~ ••~s

FIRE RESISTING IRON DOORS.

I SIZES PRICES
(of Door Plates.)
£ s. d.
Ft. In. Ft. In.
lZ 15 0
6 0 by 2 0
14 0 0
6 0 2 6
" 15 15 0
6 0 3 0
" 15 15 0
6 6 2 9
"
D iscounts

Other Sizes
and Terms to Bi1ilde1 s and
1

at Proportionate Prices.
Architects on Application.

Quality No. 37.


Door Plates ! in. (solid) hung with strong WROUGHT IRON CENTRES
SPECIFICATION I
into 3 in. by ~ in Frame, with 2! in. by ~ in. Rebate Bar, 3~ in. FILLED Lock-case
secured to Door Plate with Pins and Straps; Brass Lever Handle, throwing Four
Bolts at Front ; Three Back Dogs. ·

Bolts secured by WHITFIELD'S PATENT seven-slide Lock, or Patent Solid Lever Block Lock
(two keys), protected by Hardened Steel Plates.

F. WHITFIELD AND co.J


MANUFACTURERS OF WROUGHT IRON SAFES AND DOORS,
OXFORD STREET, BIRMINGHAM.
London Office: 11 & 12, St. Andrew's Hill, Queen Victoria St., E.C,
166 FIREPR00F D00RS, SAFES, &c. [Sec. F

w-......I~:F~I .:.E:::c.... • •'S


WROUGHT IRON FIRE & THIEF~RESISTING DOORS.
~ SPECIFICATION.~

Four Bolts thrown


back and front by Brass
Handle, and secured by
"Whitfield's Patent
Gunpowder Proof Un=
pickable Lock,'' pro=
tected by hardened Steel
Plate.
••••••••••••
Suz"table for Solz"cz"tors'
use, Butlers' Pantrys, and z'n
everJ1 case where contents wz"ll
beef a valuable nature.
Quality No. 32.

Size of D oor P late 6-ft. x 2-ft. 6 -ft. x 2 .ft. 6in. 6 -lt. x 3 -ft.
£ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
f P rice 17 15 6 19 6 0 20 12 0
:Coor Plate, ~-in.
f Fire-proof . . .. l W eight
C wt. Qrs.
6 2
lbs.
14
C wt. Qrs.
7 2
lbs .
14
C wt. Qrs.
8 2
lbs.
0
Frame, 3-in . x~-in. . . £ s. d . £ s. d. £ s. d.
Rebate, 2:];-in. x g-in. . .
::1Not Fire-proof
Price
{ Weight
15 12 0
Cwt.
5
Qrs.
2
lbs.
14
17 0 0
Cwt.
6
Qrs. lbs.
2 0
18 fO 0
Cwt.
7
Qrs.
2
lbs.
0
£ s. d. £ s d. £ s. d.
P r ice 19 5 0 21 0 0 22 18 0

i
Fire-p roof .\. , .. Cwt. Qrs. lbs. Cwt. Qrs. lbs. C wt. Qrs. lbs.
{ W eight 7 1 14 8 2 0 9 3
Door Plate, ~- in. 0
Frame, 3~-in . xg-in . . . £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d.
R ebate, 2~- in x ~-in .. . ( P rice 16 14 0 18 7 6 20 0 0
Not Fi re-proof i Cwt Qrs. lbs. Cwt. Qrs. lb;, Cwt. Qrs . lbs.
. . l Weight 6 1 0 7 1 0 8 1 0

OXFORD STREET, BIRMINGHAM.


Sec. FJ FIREPR0~F D0eRs, Sl\FES, &c. 167

WROUGHT IRON AND STEEL DRILL·PROOF, FIRE,


AND THIEF-RESISTING DOORS.
~~ SPECIFICHTI0NS. ~
@HE Door Plate is rt inch thick, intersected with a Drill Prnof Steel and Iron Plate, and is hung with
massive centres into 4t inch x % inch Frame, with 3 inch x i inch Rebate, secured with 4 heavy
bolts, each shooting at back and front, through Angle Iron Lockcase. This Lockcase is secured to.
Door by% inch Pins and Nuts, and is fitted with an inner chamber filled with the best known fire-resis ting
Composition, Bolt work controlled by 2 Locks (one patent 9 slide unpickable, and one 8 Lever solid
block). Duplicate Keys to each.

SIZES OF DOOR PLATE.


SIZES OF DOOR PLATE.

6 ft. x 2 ft.
6 ft. 6 in. x 2 ft . 6 in.
£35 0 0 £43 0 0
W. ight, 12 cwt.
Weight, 15 cwt.

6 ft. x 2 ft. 6 in.


6 ft. x 3 ft.
£40 0 0
£45 0 0
Weight, r4 cwt.
Weight, r6 cwt.

OXFORD STREET, BIRMINGHAM.


11 & 12, ST. ANDREW'S HILL, QUEEN VICTORIA ST., LONDON, E.C.
CoN. Co~r. L
]68 FIREl?R00F D00RS 1\ND M1\TER11\LS. [Sec. F

HAYWARD BROTHERS & ECKSTEIN, L~


ES TABLISHED 1783 .

THE NEW ''JHILMIL'' STEEL LATH.


Patent Certificate Awarded,
Flre-proofi n~ Material, Fire Brigade Union.

STOCK SIZE SHEETS .


F RONT. 6 fee t x 2 feet. 6 feet x I:!- fe et. PART PLASTE R ED .

Specify the NEW '' Jff/LMIL" for Partitions and Ceilings.


Th e ~ "JHILM IL" Pate n t Steel L ath, as now perfect ed , supplies a much m ore rigid lath for ceili ngs a ud
partition s. T h e k ey is greater, arid the corrugations produce a r emarkable stiffness-the chief points for a successful
m etal lath . Supplied t o all the leadin g T hea tres.

WROUGHT IRON DOORS- FOLDING OR SLIDING.


Made to County Council R equirements. HllYWARD'5
= = 5A5HE5,
In Wrought and Cast Iron.

Made to any Size or


Shape.
Estimate5 on Ueceipl
for Party Wall5, &c, Made to any 5ize. = = of Particulars.

Wrough t-iron Doors to require men ts ot th e ~1etropolitau Building Act, either sliding, swinging, or lifting, for Warehouses.
Wrough t-iron or S t eel Lined Fireproof Doors, fitt ed with Cbubb's or Hobbs' Lock s, for Plate Rooms.
Iron or Steel Open Barred Doors, for securin g Ventilatic[11 in Ban k S tro ug R ooms, &c.
ALL KINDS OF WROUGHT-IRON WORK. ESTIMATES ON RECEIPT OF PARTICULARS FOR ALL KINDS OF IRON DOORS.

WORKS :- 187, 189, 191 AND 193, UNION STREET, BOROUGH, LONDON, S.E,
NEW WEST END SHOWROOMS: ~16, JAMES STREET, HAYMARKET, S.W.
BRANCH OFFICES: 63, MOSLEY STREET, MANCHESTER; AND 141, WEST REGENT STREET, GLASGOW.
T EL EPHONE : NO. 193 HOP. T ELEGRAMS: "HAYWAR D BROTHERS, LON D01"-"
169

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. .eAT~:LE)GUE.
:. . . . :-C) . ~~
; .
I. '
5ee also Summary of Contents, page 1.

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Section H.
venlilalion.. \lenlilalion and warming. warming. Tubes, ic.
various Manuracturers.

FIRMS REPRESENTED IN THIS SECTION.

PAGE PAGE

J\ TTWOOD, J. .. .. .. .. r77 HARTLEY & S UGDEN, LD. .. .. 178


f'oYLE, R., & SoNs, Lo. .. .. . Special pos1./t0n, 3, 355 HAYWARD BROS. & ECKSTEIN, LD. •• •• •• •• 175
CLARK, S., & Co... .• •• 176 HowoRTH, J , & Co. •• •. .• •• 171
CoMYN, CHING & Co. •• •• •• •• •• •• r71 JONES & ATTWOOD .• •• •• •• . •• •• 182
l o oPF.R, H. W., & Co., LD. •• .. .~ .. ._. r72 LLOYD & LLOYD, LD. •• : • •• .• lBI

DOWNES, j. { ·· .. .. .. .. .. .. 170 MOORE, JOSIAH, & SONS.. .. •. •. 173


E~1LEY & SoNS, Lr>. .. •. .. r8o PoRTWAY, C, & SoN •. .. .. .. t77
GRUNDY, JOHN .. .; ·· ·. •• ·· ·· 174 WONTNE:R-SMITH (J.), GRAY & Co. •• .. 179

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Users ef " The , Compendjum>~ would


oblige by 1nentio12in,t, it as the source of
their information when commuificating with
the Firms represented herein.
170 f Sec. H

SMOKY CHIMNEYS & DEFECTIVE VENTILATION.


The-'' DULCE DOMUM" C.biqin&y Top &Ventilators
(DOWNES' PATENT\ are Positive Cures of these evils.
A positive prenntat ive of down-drnnght, so constructed that it creates a
continuous and powerful up-draught. No movalile parts; nothing to oil or get
out of order. Easily swept with the ordinary apparatus without damage.
Strongly made in galrnnised iron, and red and white terra-cotta.
ONCE FIXED WILL LAST FOR YEARS.
Applicable for Ventilating Soil Pipes, Main Drainage Shaf'ts, and the
Ventilation of Public Buildings.
The latter made speciall y with an External Decor:ition if required to suit po5ition
of same. For fon her part icnlars and Prices apply to the Patentee,
Ventilator
~~:i~1:~~ 199, LEWISHAM HIGH ROAD, NEW CROSS, LONDON, SESuit
Ventilator Ventilator
, Y- I I tl"r for
ChimneyToµ. Sha't, Pipe. Public Buildings,

BUILDER'S' ANNOUNCEMENTS\ .
eommencing on page 392, showing the class of work various
Building Firms are accustgmed to undertake, are a valuable guide
to 1\rchitects when placing contracts for the erection of Buildings, &c.
Sec. HJ VENTIL.1\T10N. 171

COMYN · CHING & Co.


Telegrams:
"COMYN CHING,
LONDON." BUILDERS' IRONMONGERS, ::~~:~. '
Artistic Metal Workers, Heating, Lighting and Ventilating Engineers 1
VENTILATOR PATENTEES, AND MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF VENTILATORS.
section showing improve- F ront view when Fixed.
ments
D C 13

}) c 13
CHING'S NEW
PATENT SILENT
PATENT ALUMINIUM VALVE.
MICA VALVE SILENT OUTLET VENTILATORS.
VENTILATOR For Air Shafts and Outer Walls.
FOR CHIMNEY ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
ADJUSTABLE LOUVRE VENTILATORS.
BREAST. • ALL OUR VENTILATORS ARE GUARANTEED EFFECTUAL.
Also Manufacture.rs of SHER!NGHAM ' S , ARNOTT'S , SILK FLAP , INLET TUBES,
Guaranteed Smok~ BRACKETS, PANELS, ROOF EXTRACT VENTILATORS, &c:.
Proof,
eastle Street, Lonq 1\cre, London, W .e. rnusi~al':,'!, 1 ;~;~~~~ue•

VENTILATING, HEATING, COOLING, AND DRYING APPARATUSr


J. HOWORTH s c RE w& CO.'S
v ENT I LAT 0 Rs'
.~ROAR~~"6-~~~~~~·~MH~~Ep~~~·
PATENT REVOL VIN G

SELF-ACTING, OR DRIVEN HY MOTIVE POWER, arc universally acknowledged to be the Best and Cheapest for
sec uring t}~e. Effective Ven til ation of Publi ; Buildinf?'~t . Residences, 'chools, '\Veav1 ng Sh eds , .M~Jls, Gassing Rooms, S izin;:
Rooms, D 1yrng Stoves, B leach \Yorks, Dychouses, Bu1 la111gs, Sewe rs, and \\Torks of Every Dcscr.pt.ion.

VENTILATORS FOR CURING SMOKY CHIMNEYS.


0
z

HOWORTH'S Patent Self- JAMES HOWORTH'S


Acting Arcliimedean Screw HOWORTH'S Patent HO\VORTR'S Patent Radial Patent Radial
Ventilator, for Sanitary Archimedcan ScrcwVcntila- Screw VC'ntilator, SCR.E\.V VENTILATOR,
\ Vork. tor, for Smoky Chimneys. For Buildings and Works. For Power Driving.
HO WORTH'S Patent Self-act- , ~ NINETY THOUSAND TESTIMONIALS AND R.EFER.E NCES. ~
ingArcbimcdcanScrewVcntilator For a Scientific a nd Successful application of the Rev olving- Screw Ventilators, qualified by forty~two year 'study and
for Buildings a nd Works. practical experience in their application to every kind of Huildiugs, Works, and Scwcrs 1 apply to the Sole ].takers 1

JAMES HOWORTH & Co .. CONSULTING & VENTILATING ENGINEERS, VICTORIA WORKS, FARNWORTH, NEAR BOLTON; OR MANCHESTER.
ESTAILl8HID 11111. AWARDED es GOLD" SILVER MEDALS"' DIPLOMAS. TELEGRAPHIC ADDRl!H: "Vl!NTILATOft. l'ARNWORTH. BOLTON."
...
172 VENTIL1\TI0N. [Sec. H
Steam Works : Office;;:
16 and 18, Little Queen St. , Upper George St., Edgware Rd., London, W. 28a, Uppe,r George St., Edgware Rd., London, w.

ESTABLISHED r 86o.

'EI. W • COOJE> F::EC.. & Ce>.~ Lim.,


M ANU F ACTURERS 0 1'

Cooper's Glass, Revolving, Circular &Sliding Ventilators.


(H. W . COOPER , Sole Inv entor .)
IMPROVED GLASS LOUVRE AND VENETIAN VENTILATORS, IMPROVED COPPER, BRASS, GUN-METAL, AND
IRON CASEMENTS, for Private and Public Buildings, Churches, Halls, and Lights of every description.
GLASS CIRCULAR IMPROVED GLASS
VENrILATOR2 . LOUVRE YENT!LATOP.6.

rF;;;~~~~ill
SH UT
- - ?-

IrlOB000000000080
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Sliding Glass Ventilator: .


H. W. COOPER, Sole Inventor.

1 y

@&.

,' DO 0

OD r
Improved Copper, Brass~ Gun-Metal, and Iron Casements.

.,, -=
0

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I

Ord·ers to be sent to the Otnce, addressed to "The Secretary, H, w. COOPER &. Cc., Limited. " ·
.~8a, UPPER GEORGE STREET, EDGWARE ROAD, LONDON, W.
1 ' · . ...
Sec. HJ VENTIL1\Tl0N. 173
ESTABLISHED 1850.
/llearrsi Railwav S lahCns:
Metropolita..;: '.fl3\? $pecial 1ber ffiajest\? T clegrap!tic Acill1'ess:
Farringdon St. " Glassvents,
Central London : tlppointment to tbe Q.ueen. London."
Post Olfice .

M0eRE'S
PATENT IMPROVED 'GLASS VENTILATORS,
Sekforde Works, St. James' Walk, Clerkenwell Green, London, E.C.
· i-
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-~ l 1\11 0 0 R E ' S_,_l


IMPROVED /
:l
I\ "'\)~"?,~'<>
'9'\l..'~"'~
'"-~'U~"-~
'I

: "-'-'l.'=~~"'"-~"'~::...s~ I
rS)?rtj I

;"' '\..'\:l"-\:11:1\\. .
'I .

'
'<q§;;
CIRCULAR
" CLASS
VENTI l.ATO I~

'
MOOR_E'S Patent Improved GLASS LOUVR_E VENTILATOllS
Th e ad va ntages deri vable fro m th ese ventilators a1·e :- P erfectly fi·ee c ircul ation of a ir, n o obstruction of li ght, simplicity of
acti on, and facil ity of regulating the opening to any deg1·ee by m eans of a s in gle cord, a nd are se lf-closing. T hey are fitted
with screws (e nab ling a ny part t o be disconnected if des ired), and are readily fixed t o most forms of sashes.
For Church or other w indows, where leaded lights a re used, the Ventilators can be m ade to correspo'nd with t he r emainder
of window. .-
Importa nt improvements have been made in both 1st and 2nd qualities, making the VE'.'iTILATORS more dun:i blc and certa in
in their acti 9n ,.as shown by the fo llowing description: -
No. I QUALITY (for Strength and Durability).-Brass Frames, Cast Brass Levers, Improved Metal Springs (for closing),
Polished Plate Glass, Edges Rounded and Polished .
No. 2 QUALITY.- Zinc Frames, Cast Brass Levers, Improved Metal Springs (for closing) , Patent P late Gla ss, Edges
Rough Ground.
No. 3 QUALITY (for tempora ry use only).-Zinc Frames, Zinc Levers, India Rubber Springs, Sheet Glass.

Moore's Improved Circular -~ Glass Ventilators,


ALSO SLIDING GLASS VENTILATORS.
These Ventila_tors are m an ufactured in Polished Plate ::>f any size, eit her plain ot· ornamental; a lso iri 32 oz . a nd 26 oz. Sheet
Glass, a nd a re fini shed in a superior ma nn er; they can be ,itted to a ny size plates without r e mova l of Glass from Sash , by send in g
it to the Works, a nd can . be completed the same day by pre11ious ana11ge111 en t . Th e risk in cutt ing th ese Venti lators is taken by the
Manufacturers. The Circles are usu a ll y from 4 to 10 in ches in diameter, accord ing to size of square; larger sizes ext ra .
In Polished Plate Ve ntilators, JOSIAH MOORE & SONS, in all cases, use POLISHED PLATE Cm.cLES.
In ordering these Ventilators, the description of glass required , and the height and width in rabbets, mu st be distinctly
stated; also if the circles are desired in any pa rticular pos iti on, such should likewise be rnentioned, as the manufacturers will not
be answera ble for errors in same if such are omitted .

Moore's Patent Improved Glass Louvre Ventilators. Moore's Improved Circular Ventilators, .
From 4 to 9 or 10 inches diametCr,.aCcordingto size of square, including glass.
No. 1 Quality; Brass Frames, Cast Brass Levers, &c., Polished Plate Glass Superficial Polished
~~.l~~t.
26 07. .
Louvres, Edges Rounded and Polished. Measurement. Sheet. Plate.
s. d. s. cl. s. d.
jn , in. £ s. d. jn , in. £ s. d. 1 ft. oin . each 14 0 15 0 17 0
6 by 12 1 0 0 12 by JO 2 6 4 I ,, 6 ,, l'·,, 18 0 19 6 22 6
9 by 12 1 2 4 r8 by r8 119 2 22· 0 24 0
2 6 4 2 " 0 ,, 27 0
12 by 12 1 5 0 1 8 b y2.~
2 13 6 2 " 6 "
" 25 6 28 0 31 6
12 by lg
12 by J
1 8 4
112 0
r S by 30
24 by 24 2 13 6 3 ,, 0 " " 29 0 32 0 36 0
3 ,, 6 " 32 0 35 6 40 0
12 by 21 1 15 6 24 by JO .. . ... ... 3 0 6
4 " 0
" 35 0 39 0 44 0
12 by 24 1 19 2 Hut are made to any given siie. )I

5 It 0 " 40 0 45 0 50 0
For other qualities, see detai led tariff upon application to the Manufacturers. 6 " 0 " " 42 0 49 0 56 0
(Fo r these" Louvre" Ventilators, 11 Sight " measure is required ). Intermediate" Sizes in proportion.
(Fo r these" Circular" Venti1ators 1 "Rabbet" measure is required.)

Window Casements in Copper, Gun Metal, Brass and Iron.

J0SI1\H M00RE & SONS, Manufacturers.


Sekforde Works, St. James' Walk, Clerkenwell Green, London, E.c
174 VENTIL1\TI0N 1\ND W1\RMING. [Sec. H
SUCCESS GUARANTEED. 27 MEDALS AWARDED. ESTIMATES FRER.

J<> . . ~ ~1<CJ~T>'Y'~
HEATING APPARATUS MANUFACTURER.
Telegrams: "JOHN GRU N DY, LONDON ." Te lephone : No. 552 K ing 's Cross,

FOUNDRY :-TYLDESLEY, MANCHESTER,


Showrooms and Workroom•:
Tyldesley Buildings, Torrens Street, Islington, N. 393a, City Road, London, N.
Chief Office:-30, DUNCAN TERR.ACE, CITY R.OAD, LONDON, N.
WINTER, 'WARMTH AND COMFORT.
HEATING AND VENTILATING APPARATUS. GRUNDY'S SPECIALITY, PURE WARM AIR.
UPWARDS OF ONE THO US/I ND TESTIMONIALS RECEIVED.
PURE WARM AIR AS SUPPLIED TO
Truro Cathedral ; Londonderry Cathedral ; Sherborne Abbey ; Kilmore Cathedral; Stanley Cathedral, Falkland Island1 :
Cardiff Catholic Cathedral.; The Queen 's School Chapel, Eton ; Cork Asylum ; Leicester Asylum; and to upwards of three
thousand Places of Worship; and a great number of Mansions, Houses, Hotels, Hospitals, Schools, Warehouses, Factoriea,
Workhouses ; Cork Law Courts, &c., &c.
84, BROOK STREET, G1tosvENOR SQU ARE, W . December 8th , 1893.
SIR WILLIAM BROADBENT encloses cheque for the " G RUNDY" HEATING APPARATUS supplied to his house and is glad to
say that it bas proved very satisfactory for warming and ventilating as required. The principle of the apparatus is ~ost excellent .
To Mr . GRUNDY.
PROFESSOR T YN DALL wri tes :-October 24th, 1893. HIND HEAD HOUSE, HASLEMRRK.
Dear Sir, -My house being so well provided with grates and flues for the generation and distribution of pure warm air, I have
been thus enabled to spend my winters in England instead of on a foreign shore. Yours very truly, JOHN TYNDll.LL.
FEVER H OSPITAL AND HOUSE OF RECOVERY, CORK STREET, DUBLIN. O&tobel' 26th, 1894.
Dear Sir,-I have much pleasure in informing you that we have found your HEATING APPARATUS a great success in our new
Epidemic H ospital, which consists of a two.story building, each story containing two large wards, a smaller isolation ward, and
two nurses' rooms. It is easily managed, does not cost much fo r fuel, and the air entering is most pleasant, warm, and free from,
ameH. It is with the full concurrence of the Managing Commit tee I give you this testimonial.
Yours faithfully , JOH N MARSHALL DAY, Registrar and Resident Medical Officer
Please refer to pages 808-805,808 and 809 in the "Architects' Compendium" 1896,for Jllustrated Particulars.. da.

lfsers of a The Compendjum-'-' would


obfjge by mentjoRjn,_g jf as the source of
thejr jnfarmatjoR when commu.qjcatjng wjth
the fjrms representec/ kerej120
Sec. HJ VENTIL1\Tl0N 1\ND Wl\RMING. 175

RADIATORS, BOILERS, & VENTILATORS.


All RADIATORS TESTED TO 120 LBS. PRESSURE. RIGHT & LEFT SCREWED NIPPLE CONHECTIONS. NO BOLTS, NO PACKING. NO LEAKAGE.
THE THE I ffi THE
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IMPROVED MICA OUTLET, SILK FLAP &SHERINGHAMVENTILATORSR

.HAYWARD'S IMPROVED SELF-ACTING ,, ALLIANCE" VENTILATORS.


Are the most Powerful Exhaust and Cheapest Ventilators in the Market.

Write for Large Prompt


Catalogue. Stocks, Delivery.

· ,' , ' , · ~~
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No. 1. No. 2. No. 3. No. 4.
Best Value in the Trade. Write for New Illustrated Oatalogue and Terms. LARGE STOOKS kept for immediate delivery.

HAYWARD BROTHERS AND ECKSTEIN, LTD.,


Patentees and Manufacturers. (ESTABLISHED 1783.)
WORKS :-187, 189, 191 AND 193, UNION STREET, BOROUGH, LONDON, S.E~
NEW WEST END SHOWROOMS: 16, .JAMES STREET, HAYMARKET, S.W.
BRANCH OFFICES: 63, MOSLEY STREET, MANCHESTER; AND 141, WEST P.EGENT STREET, GLA~OW.•
17 6 WARMING. [Sec. H

CLARI'S Palenl ''SYPHON'' STOVIS.


NO FLUE REQUIRED.
NO SMOKEI NO SMELL I NO DIRT OR TROU BLE I NO DANGERI
All Sulphurous Vapours are condensed inside the Stoves, and pa>sed off as a Liquid into the Tray beneath.

The M ost Economi c al and Effic ient S ystem for Heating Public Halls, Schools , Hospital
Ward s , Corrid ors, T h eatre s, Shops, Offices, and all Public B uil di n gs and Private Residences"
S UPP LIE D TO SUPP L I E D TO
H ER MAJ ES'l ' Y 'l' H E QUEEN . THE POS1' O FFICE .
H . R.H. THE PRINCE OF W AL ES. T HE ::VI ANSlON H OUSE.
H . R.H . T HE LA'rE DuK F. OF THE BANK OF ENGLAND .
SAXE- COBURG GO'l'HA. MADAillli TUSSAUD'S BX HIBI'l'JO N .
P r otf'rt'· r1 hv T-T,. r ) f:1jcsty 1s
H.R. H. PRINCESS H E NRY OF Royal Le tL1.:rs P a te nt. T Hll LONDON & ="OR'l'U - WE S'l'ERN
B A'l''l'T~NBURG. R AILWAY C o .
THE BRITISH E:vrBASSY IN BERLIN. THE CREA'!' KOR'l'HERN RAILWAY Co.
H .M .' s B OARD OF vVORKS. THE NO!UH-EAS'l'ERN RAILWAY Co.
THE ROYA L GUNPOWDER FACTORY, &c., &c., & c.

SPEeI1\L CLARK'S PATENT "SYPHON" Hygienic Gas-Heating Stoves give a pure~ ·


--------·-· equable, and agreeab l e heat, which can be graduate_c:t or sustained at
FE1\TURES. the will of the user. They are so canstructed that a moist or d rt
atmosphere is obtainable at pleasure. . ;~
The _ex tremely small q~antity of gas cons umed by th e." SYPHON ,; St ove renders it th e most " e'con<J.iJ;~ca} Hei:ting
Ap paratu s 1n th e world. It p roduces the h eat of a coal fire at the cost o f ~ne _penny for three .ti.~urs bur:n1ng.
The action of the s tove is under the m ost p erfect control, th e h eat bem g rncreased or reduced by simply t urmng the
supply tap.
MR. D ' O YLY CARTE, OF THE SAVOY THE~TRE, writing of these S toves, says:
"I used your Hygienic Gas-Heati ng. Stoves in thi> T ~ eatre. all last winter, and found t~ em in every way most
satisfactory. I th in k I must h ave h ad t en or a dozen of them m van ous parts of th e Theatre, and.m the very cold weather
we had l ast winter they succeeded in warmin g the corridors, &c., admirably. Two of them were used to h eat th e Business
Offices of the T h eatre, an d they fulfille d this object capitally, w hile ap parently in n o way injuring the air in the Offices- a
most importan t consideration." ··
COMPLETE l _
L LUSTRATED PRICE LIST ON A.PPLICATION.

S. CLARK '& Co., Patentee\S and Sole Makers, "SYPHON" Works, Park.St, lslin~ton, LONDON, N.
Sec. HJ WARMING. 177

RADIATORS. THE BEST · THE CHEAPEST HOUSE


JOINT IN"THE TRADE
C!teap, Efficient, Ornamental
· and possessin.~ g reat FOR
FOR HOT
HEATI NG POWER. WATER OR
VALVES
O.f all Sorts.
EXHAUST
STEAM
IS

FOR
CHURC H ES,
SC HOOLS, •
M AN S IO NS, OFF I CES,
PUBLI C B U I LD INGS.

ESTIMATES FREE . T HE ONLY" ATTWOOD " IN THE TRADE .

• .TH.E !Ill

''TORTOISE'' :Js~o. STOVES.


PLAIN AND o~~ ~ ;AMENTAL.
~ith anb ~ithouf !i: ~o iler ~ttcu:hment.
1

SUITABLE FOR ANY HEATIN:G PURPOSES. From 12~. to £12.


NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THE FIGURE OF A TORTOISE..

Makers: C. PORTWAY & SON, Halstead, Essex.


Lioenae81 for North of England: HYDES & WIGFULL, Stanley Street, Sheffield. ·

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. BUILDERS~ A.LVNOUNC.C~ENT_~
eommencing on page 392, showing the class of · work various
Building Firms are accustomed to undertake, ·a re a valuable guide
' to Architects when placing contracts for the erection of Buildings, &c.
178 W11RMING. [Sec. H

HARTLEY & SUGDEN, LTD.,


Atlas Boiler Works, HALIFAX.

PATENT "CLIMAX" BOILER. Showing Brick Setting.

RIVETTED
INDEPENDENT SECTION OF
VERTICAL STEAM
DOME TOP BOILER. BOILER. DOME TOP BOILER.

WROUGHT IRON AND STEEL WELDED AND RIVETTED BOILERS


Of every description for Heating by Low Pressure, Steam, and Hot Water.
COMPLETE ILLUSTRATED PRICE LIST FREE ON APPLICATION.
Sec. HJ W1\RMING. 179

Conti"actors to the War Office, Admiralty, School Board 'for London, Corporation o'f the City
o'f London, Metropolitan Asylums Board, &c.
Telegraphic A ddress - " WARMING, L ONDON. " Telep hone .L\'0. - 1430, L ONDON WALL .

: . E5Tfl&Ll5HED ] 832.

IJ. WONTNER·SMITH, CRAY &Co.,


Heating & Yentilating Engineers.
OFFICES AN D S H O W RO OMS-

81, FINSBURY PAVEMENT, LONDON, E.C.


Wori<s-Hal'f Moon Passage, 17, Whitechape! Road, E.

SPECIALISTS IN

LOW PRESSURE HOT WATER


WARMING APPARATUS.
ESTIMATES AND PLANS
?repared ·for fitting up PuiJlic and Private
Buildings with Improved Low Pressure Hot
Water Heating Apparatus, Cooking Apparatus,
Bath and Hot Water Circulating Apparatus,
also all kinds of Sanitary, Gas, and Electric
Bell Work, &c.

"THE FINSBURY" RADIA,TORs


These Radiators have been successfully used for warming
THE MANSION HOUSE, LONDON,
al so many Churches, Chapels, Banks, Public Liliraries,
Asylums, Hospitals, Barracks, . M a n s ion~ . Board Schools,
Studios H alls, Corridors, and Pn vate Residences. and several
of the London Board Schools. "The F inshury " R adiator i
al so made 'i/entilating, by which means fresh air can b
introduced from the outside of a Building. "THE FINSBURY" RADIATOR.

IMPROVED
HIGH PRESSURE HEATING APPARATUSa
(SMALL BORE TUBE SYSTEM_.)

Schemes and Estimates prepared for applying this class o'f


Heating Apparatus to all kinds o'f Buildings on the newest and
most approved principles at the lowest possible cost.
The High Pressure Heating Apparatus is suitable for Warming
Churches, Chapels, Banks, Offices, Warehouses, Drying Rooms,
&c., taking up but small space, and rai sing the temperature in a

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short time.
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Manufacturers of Kitcheners, Grills, Cooking Apparatus, Baths, Boilers, Lifts, Cranes, Electric
Light and Gas Fittings, Electric Bells, &c.
ELEeTRie LIGHT INST1\LL1\TI0NS e1\RRIED 0UT.
180 V1\Rlt)US M.1\NUF1leTURES. [Sec. H

EMLEY & SONS, LIMITED,


N;: ;:;f9~~5r:~:~:E
1

.. 42 & 44, Westgate Road, NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE.


..UUUU!lUlllUllUIUl ll llllUmuuamU4UUIUll--Mf'lUUloll.lll"*IMI--------~ llilll-~Ulll-U.IUUllWUWlllWl "l!tl"'-bt! ··-rtM
0 Ri~~-g:~~&ET .
Specialities:
ALL KINDS OF IRON WORK FOR ROOFS, · &c.
WROUGHT AND CAST IRON RAILINGS, ORNAMENTAL ENTRANCE GATES.

Plain and Ornamental Smith Work for all purposes


Wrought to Architects' Special Designs.
ELECTRIC BELLS. TELEPHONES. AND SPEAKING TUBES
Heating Apparatus
For Churches. Schools, Public Buildings, Con servatories, Vineries, de., by Hot Water or Steam.
VENTILATION ON THE PLENUM OR EXHAUST SYSTEM.

Plumbing. Sanitary Engineering .


..4LL WORK DONE BY E X PERIENCED WORKMEN. AND IN ANY PART OP THE COUNTRY. ·
Estimates for any of the above Classes of Work furnished free 'on app l ication.

References to Architects for whom work has been clone, also to some Contracts completed,
MEATING.-THEATRE ROYAL, Newcastle-on-Tyne; WORKHOUSE, Gateshead ; NORTHUMBERLAND COUN'l'V
ASYLUM, Morpeth; ST. BARNABAS' CHURCH, Dulwich ; STEPHENSON LIBRARY, New castle-on -Tyne:
BLIND ASYLUM, Newcastle-on-Tyne; SCHOOLS, etc., etc. ·~
IRONWORK.-Wrough t Iron Verandah to 3 floors (2 el evations) for Messrs. ECKS'l'EJN'S Buildings. Johanne~hurrz .
Rte.. etc.. etc.

Users ef 00
The Compe12diu111y:; woult!
oblige by 111entio1211'!_.g it as the source ef
their infarmatjo12 whe12 commu17icating with
the Firms represented herei12.
Sec. HJ TUBES, &c. 181

BIRMINGHAM.
LIMITED,
'
Telegrams- " LLOYDS,'' BIRMINGHAM. Trade Mark - L & L. Telephone No. 28l.

& L L
TUBES AND
I

FITTINGS; FOR .
II
.
· Gas, Steam, Hot Water, 1

High Pressure, Galvanized,


&c., &c.

P.- THE SOCKET of EVERY TUBE and EVERY FITTING is·


STAMPED with the WELL-KNOWN '' L & L" TRADE MARK.
Consumers should specify L & L make.
182 [Sec. H

J·oN.·Es8· & ATrwooo


. TOUR BRIDGE
WE MAKE CASTINGS.
WE MAKE THEM CHEAP.
WE MAKE THEM WELL.
WE MAKE
FOR
MILLIONS
CONTRACTORS,
OF
MANU·F ACTURERS,
ENGINEERS, &c.

WHEN ASKING FOR QUOTATIONS,


SUBMIT SAMPLES or DRAWINGS-STATE WEIGHT-SAY QUANTITY REQUIRED.
Pa-ten.tees and MakeI's of
HEATING
APPARATUS
SP£CIALITIES.

PIPES FOR
EXPANSION JOINTS,
SOCKET PIPES.
FLANGE PIPES,
UNDERGROUND PIPES.
For Cutting Wrought or Cast Pipes from Supplied with various arrangements
~ i n. to 24 in. diameter. of Pipes.
The Best Pipe Cutter Extant. For Greenhouses, &c., &c.

HEATING AND VENTILATION, INCLUDING "PLENUM " SYSTEM.


This .Joint

YOUR SPECIAL ATTENTION was Invented by our


Mr. WALTER JONES,
Is called to tne fact that we and stands unrivalled.

Used either for Heating purposes or Hot


Water Supply.

FAILURES TURNED INTO SUCCESSES!

Schemes prepared for Contracts Irrespective


of distance. Advice given and Experts sent
t o take Plans, prepare Reports, or to assist
the Trade, on Moderate Terms. Medals and Highests Awards
wherever Exhibited.

-THE MOST COMPLETE ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE IN THE TRADE, FREE.


183

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Section J.
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FIRMS REPRE'SENTED IN THIS SECTlON.


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BRYDEN, JOHN, & SONS • • Luc.\s, J. E. .. .. .·.. .. .. .. r8o, l8g
GARDINER, SoNs & Co., Lo. .. · ' 186, 187 ST. PAN CRAS lRON WvRK Co-, Lo-. .. .. 193
HAYWARD BRos. & ECKSTEIN, Lo. .. •• i:92 SMITH & STEVENS •• .• 185

. HITCHEN, JOHN •, .. " . .!,92 • WAYGOOD, R. , & Co ., Lo.