1 edition of Belfast Ropework Company, Ltd., rope and twine manufacturers. found in the catalog.
Belfast Ropework Company, Ltd., rope and twine manufacturers.
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Of Connswater, Belfast The company was registered on 12 September. Formed by Gustav Wilhelm Wolff and W. Smiles son of Samuel Smiles challenging the Gourock Ropework Co. Rope and twine manufacturers. Specialities: "Blue Bell" binder twine. The Belfast Ropework Co was the largest ropemaker in the world.
W H Smiles establishes the largest ropemaker in the world William Holmes Smiles ( – ), the son of Self Help author Samuel Smiles ( – ), acquired a half share in a small Belfast ropewalk (a place where rope is made) in Smiles established the Belfast Ropework Co as a limited company.
Then in later years we find the Belfast Ropeworks Company has made a marvellous business. Every kind of rope and cord that is possible, from the heaviest cable to the finest twine, is.
Note: This is a sub-section of Industrial Britain. See also Belfast Ropework Co. The following text was scanned from the image and may contain errors. According to earlier records, the first Ropewalk was started in Belfast.
Belfast Ropework Co Ltd This page summarises records created by this Business The summary includes a brief description of the collection(s) (usually including the. The Library Ireland website has a short piece about Ropemaking from "The Story of Belfast" which was written by Mary Lowry and published about In the early years of the twentieth century one hundred tons of rope and twine was produced by the Belfast Ropework Co.
every week and 3, workers were employed by the company.