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THE “SHIPPING WORLD
Patentees and Manufacturers of
ALL KINDS OF SHIPPING TACKLE.
Ramsay & Shoebotham's Patent Hanks. Ramsay's Improved Patent Hanks for Yachts' Balloon Foresails.
Improved Patent Mast Hoops for Yachts. Improved Patent Sheet Tackle for Racing and Pleasure Yachts. Shoebotham's Patent Collapse Signal Balls. Olver's Patent Toggle. Sharp's Patent Ships' Thimbles. Shoebotham's Patent Chain Links.
Patent Roller Bushes and Sheaves for Blocks. PATENT IRON AND STEEL FERRULES for Marine Boilers. Shoebotham's Improved Forged Spectacle Clews. Small Malleable Pulley Blocks for Yachts.
All kinds of Forgings for SHIPBUILDERS, SAIL MAKERS, AND RIGGERS.
Sheepcote Street, BIRMINGHAM.
First Class Award, Melbourne Exhibition, 1888-9. IMPORTANT TO SHIPOWNERS AND CAPTAINS.
Should be inserted in every Specification.
THE PAGET COMPASS
The Best Compass for Iron Ships and Steamers.
11. STEADINESS IN ROUGH WEATHER, ADVANTAGES-2. SENSITIVENESS IN SMOOTH WEATHER.
The Paget Improved Standard Compass, complete with Azimuth Indicator, Improved
Suspension, in handsome Teakwocd Binnacle, with Brass Top and Revolving Lamps inside Adjustable Correcting Magnets, Heeling Magnet, Large Soft Iron Corre tors, with all Fixings, 10 in. Card ...
30 The Paget Improved Steering Compass in Improved Bowl, suspended in IndiarubberDiameter of Card, 8 in.
10 in. 10} in. PRICE, 35/- 37/6
40 - 42/6 45 47/6 The Paget Improved Azimuth Indicator, fitted to any Compass
9 in. 13 in,
MANUFACTURED BY HENRY HUGHES & SON, MARINE OPTICIANS,
59, FENCHURCH STREET, LONDON. Telegraphic Address—" AZIMUTH, LONDON."
SHIP-SIDE & MAST-HEAD LAMPS
RAILWAY & TRAMCAR LAMPS & OTHERS.
12 Prize Medals, Three Certificates of Honourable Mention, Two Special Prizes awarded to E. Martin for Inventions and Superority of Workmanship.
TESTIMONIALS AND PRICES ON APPLICATION,
Extract from Oficial Reports on Martin's Patent Lamps by Captain Wilson, principal Officer of the Board of Trade.
WHITEHALL. "It must be admitted that by a very simple and inexpensive contrivance, the " Patentee has accomplished what he claims for it, viz. :
'It cannot be blown out by the wind or put out by water, and is so con* structed that the lenses will always keep cool.
"(Signed) CHARLES P. WILSON, “ 3rd February, 1885."
“These Lamps appear to be exceptionally well suited for large or small craft * such as C Jasters aud Fishing Vessels that usually carry their lights near the “ water, as they are not liable to be blown or jerked out by the quick motion of “such craft, neither would the lenses be damaged, or the light affected by sprays or seas going over them.
"(Signed) CHARLES P. WILSON, 19th June, 1885.
The only PRIZE MEDAL at the Inventions Exhibition for Lamps
was awarded this firm.
Sole Manufacturers -E, MARTIN & CO.,
Coppersmiths, Brassfounders, Tinsmiths, &c., &c. OFFICE: 68, WEST INDIA DOCK ROAD, LIMEHOUSE, LONDON.
Works: 73, GARFORD STREET.
The First Avenue Hotel
HIGH HOLBORN, CONDEN.
Electric Light throughout supplied to all Bedrooms, night
No charge for attendance.
cab fare of all the Principal Theatres. Sanitary arrangements perfect. Railway and Steamship Ticket Office, also Theatre and
Government Postal and Telegraph Offices. Moderate Charges and comfort unsurpassed.
TARIFF ON APPLICATION TO THE MANAGER.
Industries : An Illustrated Journal of Engineering, Electricity, and Chemistry
MECHANICAL AND MANUFACTURING TRADES.
(Great Britain.) Offices.
London - 358, Strand.
“ Indus," London.
“INDUSTRIES” has a large circulation amongst the principal Engineers, Electricians, Contractors, Machinery Buyers, and Manufacturers, both at Home and Abroad. The Advertisement Pages are 4 columns in width, by 12 inches long, each
column being 24 inches wide (fuli). Parliculars as to charges for inserting Advertisements sent upon application.
DISPERSION OF WRECKS
JOHN JAMES FLETCHER, 73, Gracechurch Street, London, E.C.
ESTIMATES FOR CLEARING AWAY WRECKS IN HARBOURS OR NAVICABLE WATERS, IN SUCH MANNER
AS TO GIVE THE ORICINAL DEPTH OF WATER FREE OF OBSTRUCTION.
Among those already dispersed by 7. 7. Fletcher are the following :Iron Barque, Craig Ard, off Grimsby. Iron Barque, Fiona, off the SandIron s.s., Alfgar, in Hull Roads.
haile. Iron Ship, British Navy, in the Schooner, Pearl, in the Humber. Downs.
Ship, Stowell Brown, in the Suir. Iron s.s., Silkstone, at Waterford. Sch., Rye Merchant, off Grimsby. Iron s.s., Indus, in the Seine.
Ship, Alfred D. Snow, in the Suir.
Estimates given for the Removal of Rocks or other Obstructions,
or for any kind of Diving work. Surveys of Damage to Pier or Harbour Works
AT HOME OR ABROAD. Among Claims for Damage recently investigated by J. J. FLETCHER
have been cases at Antwerp, Calais, Dieppe, Dunkirk, Ghent, Havre, Honfleur, Rochefort, Terneuzen, Trouville, Noirmoutier, and other Continental Ports.