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Vessels coated with these compositions present a smooth slippery surface, which unquestionably conduces to increase of speed.
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The Manufacturers beg to caution Shipowners, Captains, and others against colourable imitations of these well-known Compositions, and to see that every package bears our Trade Mark Label.
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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. I Iron Barque, Fiona, off the Sand, Iron s s., Alfgar, in Hull Roads.
Haile. Iron Ship, British Navy, in the Schooner, Pearl, in th: 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, Trouville, and other Continental Ports.