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April 1, 1920 - Docks' Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE DOCKS

THE DOCKS

I3S tons. The men, however, refused to continue at the work on overtime unless i per man was paid in addition to the amount payable under the rules. That sum was not paid, and as a result the ship was delayed two days, Sunday and Monday. Monday was a stormy day, and the men dema
April 1, 1920 - Docks' Gazette - London, London, England
 
A Wine Cargo.

A Wine Cargo.

Mr. Rupert Gwynne asked the President of the Board of Trade whether he was aware that the steamship Balholm arrived in the London Dock last June and discharged her cargo, consisting mostly of wine, in July into lighters ; whether, although nine months had now elapsed, those firm
April 1, 1920 - Docks' Gazette - London, London, England
 
TARPAULINS LET ON HIRE CAN BE SENT OFF BY RAIL IN ANY QUANTITY THE SAME DAYAS ORDERED ORICS for MILLAVA TARPAULINS

TARPAULINS LET ON HIRE CAN BE SENT OFF BY RAIL IN ANY QUANTITY THE SAME DAYAS ORDERED ORICS for MILLAVA TARPAULINS

HIR axe in use all over the UNITED KINGDOM. Special terms can be arranged according to length of time hired. SACKS ALSO LET ON HIRE. TELEPHONE - - - - -- I . - - , . . • , - . , i . -4, , ,.• . N, : - , • • - .4,:i. T r - , • -' ..,-.. - 1 , :::,:i . '-. tit - ' ... -....^. ' c
January 1, 1920 - Docks' Gazette - London, London, England
 
PNEUMATIC AND OXY-ACETYLENE TOOLS. PRIVATE DRY DOCK AND SLIPWAY. T

PNEUMATIC AND OXY-ACETYLENE TOOLS. PRIVATE DRY DOCK AND SLIPWAY. T

January 1, 1920 - Docks' Gazette - London, London, England
 

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January 1, 1920 - Docks' Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE P.L.A. PROGRAMME.

THE P.L.A. PROGRAMME.

Stupendous is the only appropriate adjective gramme of the P.L.A. This was so fully set for the immediate and also partly fulfilled pro- out--using two closely printed pages—in The I H Times Weekly Trade Supplement of 15th November last, that we need only summarise it nere and n
January 1, 1920 - Docks' Gazette - London, London, England
 
tricity are not going to have it all thei; own way, nor always, there. Of that the expert in Throgmorton

tricity are not going to have it all thei; own way, nor always, there. Of that the expert in Throgmorton

Street is as well assured as the engineer in dockland. And if anyone doubts our authority for that assertion let him note what Lord Weir said in his Presidential address to the Institute of Marine Engineers, London, on 2nd December : "The practice of the adoption of oil as a fue
January 1, 1920 - Docks' Gazette - London, London, England
 
CABLEWAYS AND ROPEWAYS.

CABLEWAYS AND ROPEWAYS.

One of the most interesting series of exhibits at the Smithfield Club Show last month was at by Messrs. John and Edwin Wright, of the L,nlverse Rope and Twine Works, Birmingham. they seem never at a loss to meet each and every new need and every advance in equipment at Ports and
January 1, 1920 - Docks' Gazette - London, London, England
 
development. Mr. M`Gibbon has joined the firm of Messrs. James Young and Co., Glasgow, engineers and shipbuilders' furnishers, as their

development. Mr. M`Gibbon has joined the firm of Messrs. James Young and Co., Glasgow, engineers and shipbuilders' furnishers, as their

outside representative. Mr. Thomas Rome has been re-elected Chairan of the Mersey Docks and Harbour Board for the ensuing year. Mr. R. A. Crafter, the Harbour Master, has decided to retire at the end of next June. Mr. Crafter has been in the toard's service since 1885. Mr. W. H.
January 1, 1920 - Docks' Gazette - London, London, England