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Annick Lodge Oil Co. Ltd.

Constitution Limited Company
Company Number. Registered in Scotland, No. 1431
Share Capital. £12,000
Date of Incorporation 4th February 1885
Date of Dissolution 1st April 1891
Registered Office 59 St. Vincent Street, Glasgow
Oil Works Annick Lodge Oil Works

A limited company formed to acquire the interests of the Annick Lodge Oil Company; a partnership including John Baird and John Baird Junior.

 

Directors

The first directors of the company are listed below:

Property

Additional Resources

References

LIST OF APPLICATIONS CLOSE 25TH JANUARY.

ANNICK LODGE OIL COMPANY, LIMITED.

CAPITAL £12,000 IN 2400 SHARES OF £5 EACH.

Payable 20s on Application. 20S on Allotment, and the Balance as required in Calls not exceeding £1 per Share, at intervals of not less than Two Months. It is not intended to call up more that £4 per Share.

Directors.

ARCHIBALD C BROWN, Esq, Merchant, Gledstanes, Bishopton

JOHN BAIRD Esq. , Coalmasster Lesmahagow

JOHN BAIRD Esq. Jun.,Annick Lodge Oil Company Irvine

JAMES EAGLESHAM, Esq., Coalmaster, Kilmarnock

PETER WISHART HALL, Esq Caledonia Oil-Works, Glasgow.

GRAHAM STEVENSON, Esq, Engineer, Airdrie

Will join the Board after Allotment of Shares.

Solicitors

ANDERSON & PATTISON 137 St Vincent Street Glasgow

Interim Secretary

JOHN WILSON, CA 59 St Vincent Street Glasgow

Auditor

ALEXANDER FRAME, 175 St Vincent Street Glasgow

Bankers

The BRITISH LINEN COMPANY BANK, Glasgow and Kilmarnock

PROSPECTUS

This Company has been formed for the purpose of acquiring the existing Oil-Works, Pits, Workmen's Houses and Other Buildings belonging to the Annick Lodge Oil Company, with the Goodwill of the Business, Mineral Leases, Stocks of Shale etc, in hand, and of carrying on the Manufacture of Crude Oil and Sulphate of Ammonia. The yield per Ton of Shale in daily working is 37 Gallons Crude Oil 21lb Sulphate of Ammonia Reports and Valuation of the Works by Mr James Jones. Dalmeny Oil Company. Mr James Liddell, Walkinshaw Oil Company and Mr John Reid MP, along with Memorandum and Articles of Association, can be seen at the Offices of the Solicitors.

Applications for Shares should be forwarded to the Company's Bankers, or the The Solicitors or Interim Secretary, from whom all further information may be obtained.

The Glasgow Herald, 23rd January 1885

THE ANNICK LODGE OIL COMPANY LIMITED – IN LIQUIDATION

The Subscribers are prepared to negotiate for the sale, as a going concern, of the MINES, WORKS, PLANT, HOUSES, & c. of the above company, which are situated near Irvine. The works are close to the Glasgow and South-Western Railway, and which they are connected by a siding. The works produce Crude Oil and Sulphate of Ammonia, and the mineral field contains a large quantity of shale and coal. The works may be inspected at any time, and inventories will be ready in a few days. Meantime, further particulars may be had from the Subscribers.

JOHN WILSON & STIRLING, C.A., 59 St. Vincent Street, Glasgow, 5th November 1889

The Glasgow Herald, 6th November 1889

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