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P11/

Geary and Son Biscuit Factory
P11
Contents

Geary and Son’s Biscuit Factory

Page
Introduction 1

1. Photographic Survey of Geary’s Biscuit Factory:Colour Series (1982) 2

(i) External Views of the building and its setting 2

(ii) Interior of the building including machinery and

wall sketches 4

(iii) Views from the building 8

11. Photographic Survey of Geary’s Biscuit Factory:

Black and White Series (1982) 10

(i) External Views of the building and its setting 10

(ii) Interior of the building including machinery and

wall sketches

(iii) Views from the building 15

111. Letter Books ( 1919-1941) 16

1V. Finance and Accounts (1907-1977) 17

(i) Thomas Geary Private Ledger (1907-1921) 17

  1. Annual Sales, Purchasing and

Stock Account Books (1912 1957) 17

(iii) Weekly Sales and Purchasing Account Books (1913-1977) 18

(iv) Daily Cash Sales and

Payments (1911-1916) 22

(v) Returns and Pilfered Stock (1908-1910) 22

(vi) Bank Books (1912-1970) 22

` (vii) Salaries and Wages (1910-1968) 23

(viii) Invoice Book (1908-1910) 24

Introduction

Geary’s Biscuit Factory operated in the premises of the old City Jail on Merchant’s Quay, Limerick. This building was constructed in 1813 on land then known as Dean’s Close and was demolished in 1988 to make way for the construction of City Hall, completed in 1990. The façade onto Crosbie Road was retained as have the steps leading onto Merchant’s Quay.

Messrs Geary, Sons and Co. operated a successful biscuit and confectionary business here in the former prison for over 70 years. The factory produced a wide range of biscuits and confectionary and also acted as an agent for other manufacturers. The main method of sales distribution was via direct sales to customers delivered by the firm’s van fleet to Cork, Tipperary, Limerick and Galway along set weekly routes.

The first part of the collection is a photographic survey of the building prior to its demolition in 1988 in both colour and black and white. These provides external views of the Merchant’s Quay , Crosbie Row and a view from the river Shannon of the building in its location prior to demolition.

These interior shots taken when the building had been cleared, provide a clear insight into the physical layout of the building in its former role- as a jail, with some shots also of the manufacturing enterprise that occupied the building for the majority of the twentieth century- large scale machinery. The photographic survey also includes some interesting wall sketches- probably drawn by the Geary children in the 1920’s.

The collection also holds a series of letter books which provide a clear insight into the daily management of the business as well as the general climate in which industry operated in Ireland, notably the difficulty of receiving supplies from England during the First World War, the fear of arson and attack during the War of Independence as well as the challenge of delivering supplies throughout the war of independence when ambushes and requisitioning were commonplace. The collection also includes a large volume of account books that illustrate the daily transactions, purchasing of equipment, raw material and the changing financial climate. The collection includes a large number of wages books listing the large number of people that found employment in Limerick with Geary’s.

The collection provides a unique insight into the fabric of now demolished building in a key part of Limerick’s visual landscape and an insight into the conduct of a large industry in Limerick.

    1. Photographic Survey of Geary’s Biscuit Factory, prior to its demolition : Colour Series (1982)

(i) External Views of the building and its setting

  1. Colour photograph of a view

from Clancy’s Strand of the City Gaol (Geary’s Biscuit

Factory), the Court House with the Curraghgower Falls in the foreground, St Mary’s Cathedral in the background, the City Court House on the left of picture and Villiers Alms Houses on the right. When in use as a biscuit factory the view of the main building is described as the Boiler House (former prison infirmary), the ‘Engine Room’, the ‘carpenter shop’, ‘office’, and the ‘new boiler house’.

6 x 4 inches

  1. Colour photograph of a view

from Clancy’s Strand from a

closer angle.

6 x 4 inches

  1. As above from a closer angle

  1. View of the rear of the

building from Newgate Lane

looking west.

6 x 4 inches

  1. View of the rear of the

building from Newgate Lane looking North.

6 x 4 inches

  1. View of the Crosbie Row

aspect from Newgate Lane.

6 x 4 inches

  1. View of the Crosbie Row

facade; most of the windows are blocked up and

two have iron grilles with a modern double door[fire door].

Size: 6 x 4 inches

  1. As above from a longer focus

with a full view of the

Crosbie Row façade and the

corner fronting onto Bow Lane.

Size: 6 x 4 inces

  1. View of the building from

Bow Lane ( Augustine Place)

showing both the Crosbie Row aspect and the corner of the building fronting onto Bow Lane.

6 x 4 inches

  1. View of the front aspect to

the building from Merchants’

Quay showing the entrance to

the factory and the City Court House. The entrance has a large green door to the left

of the courthouse a green and white sign ‘GEARY’S.’

6 x 4 inches

  1. Photograph of the City Court

house from Merchant’s Quay; the County Court

House is to the right of the image and the former Governor’s House and the south east wing of the prison are to the left of the photograph.

6 x 4 inches

  1. View from Merchants Quay

of part of the City

Courthouse, the former

Governors House and the south east wing of the prison.

6 x 4 inches

  1. View from Merchant’s Quay

On Bow Lane of a section of the City Courthouse, the

Governor’s House and the South East Wing of the prison.

6 x 4 inches

  1. View from Merchant’s Quay

on to Bow Lane,of Main

Block, the Governor’s House.

and the South East Wing.

6 x 4 inches

  1. As above with a woman and

pram in the foreground.

6 x 4 inches

(ii) Interior of the building

including machinery and wall sketches

  1. View of a flight of stone

stairs with iron banisters and

railing leading from the

exterior door to the yard of the Governor’s House . A window above the door

lights the area.

6 x 4 inches

  1. View of a flight of stairs

from a higher vantage point that P11/16 with a view down

towards the door to the yard of the governor’s house and a door off the first

floor landing leading into the City Courthouse Jury Room.

6 x 4 inches

  1. View of a cell block in the

South West Range of the building taken from the

ground on the east end.

6 x 4 inches

  1. View of the ‘sweet room’

(formerly the

room),

the room is rectangular in

shape, double height and is filled with old equipment, trolleys, tables and buckets.

6 x 4 inches

  1. View of an old prison cell on

the ground floor in the South

West Block. The room is

narrow with a domed ceiling and a window with iron bars.

6 x 4 inches

  1. View of a prison cell door on

a first floor corridor in the Main Block, Central

Range.

6 x 4 inches

  1. View of the ‘sweet packing

room’, formerly an open yard covered in for factory use.

The room houses large conveyor tables and equipment for packing.

6 x 4 inches

  1. as above

  1. View of the east range, a

long room with windows on

both sides and a vaulted

wooden ceiling with cross beams.

6 x 4 inches

25. View of the ‘Biscuit Loft’ a

long wide room on the third floor, with a wooden floor,

support pillars along one side, and windows on both sides.

6 x 4 inches

26. View of the ‘Biscuit Loft’

(as P11/25)

from across the room,

facing a row of windows.

6 x 4 inches

27. View of the windows in the

prison chapel located in the central range on the second

floor. The room is double height with a gallery to the left of picture.

6 x 4 inches

28. View of the wooden gallery

in the prison chapel. Includes a copy.

2 items

29. View of the chapel looking

south, towards the gallery.

6 x 4 inches

30. View of a stained glass window in the east wall of the prison chapel.

6 x 4 inches

31. View of the ‘old bakehouse’, located to the South of the northeast range.

The room is long with a pitched roof and skylights running along the apex of the roof. The room is largely empty apart from a few stacked crates.

6 x 4 inches

32. The ‘tool shop’. View of a

long double height room with pitched roof,

located in the North West Range. The room contains some tools, equipment and

some rubble scattered on the floor.

Size 6 x 4 inches

33. View from a gallery on the fourth floor looking down into a room located in the

Main Block; includes a copy.

6 x 4 inches

34 . View of a cell block with entrances to a number of cells to the left of picture and a

flight of stairs to the right, located in the South West Range on the third floor. Includes a copy.

2 items

35. As above. View of cell

blocks from the stairs landing. Includes a copy.

2 items

6 x 4 inches

36. As above from a lower angle

with a view of the roof.

6 x 4 inches.

37. View of four Geary’s vans

parked in a row in the Van

Yard- a covered in yard on

the north side of the North West Range, looking east. The vans are manufactured by Leyland, and are all dark green in colour, with a sign ‘Sweets and Biscuits Geary’s Limerick’ on the side in yellow on a red background.

6 x 4 inches

38. Drawings and sketches on

the walls and doors of the

building [probably the work of the Geary family children c. 1920]. Includes photographs of a wall in the Central Block on the corridor to the Chapel gallery on the third floor with a sketch of a war scene including a drawing of a tank, soldiers and aeroplane, a sketch of a man with a hat [James Joyce], a game of [rugby] and an automobile; includes a coloured drawing of a turreted castle on a door.

6 items

39. View of doorway to the

Central Range from the Central Block, looking north

on the first floor. Written in an arch over the door in gold lettering is, ‘GLORIA IN EXCELSIS DEO’.

6 x 4 inches inches

40. Photograph of a carved stone

drinking fountain mounted to a wall, located within the

building on the north end of the central range. The words ‘KEEP THE

PAVEMENT DRY’ are carved in an arc above the fountain tap.

6 x 4 inches

41. As above from a distance

with a view of a door to the left of the drinking fountain

located at the North End of the Central Range, an uncovered area.

6 x 4 inches

(iii) Views from the building

42. View over the rooftops from inside the building at the South West Range, on the

third floor, looking North, towards Newgate Lane with St. John’s Castle and the

Bishop’s Palace in the background.

6 x 4 inches

43. View from a cell window on the South West Range on the third floor looking North.

6 x 4 inches

44. View from a window in the

East range on the second floor looking towards the Central Range.

6 x 4 inches

45. View from a room on the second floor looking South over Merchant’s Quay and

St. Mary’s Cathedral burial grounds.

6 x 4 inches

46. File of photographs of views from a fourth floor window in the Central Block,

looking east towards St. Mary’s Cathedral.

4 items

    1. Photographic Survey of Geary’s Biscuit Factory, Prior to its Demolition: Black and White Series (1982)

(i) External Views of the building and its setting

47. View of the east façade of the building from Clancy’s Strand, with the Prison

Infirmary (‘old Boiler House’), ‘Engine Room’, ‘Carpenter’s shop’,

‘Office’, ‘new boiler house; and County Courthouse in the main focus of the

picture; the west range of the building, the City Courthouse and the Central

Block are in the background.

8 x 10 inches

48. View from Merchant’s Quay

of the City Courthouse with the front façade of the Central Block, the Governor’s House and the South East Range to the right. Includes a copy.

2 items

49. View of the building from the

corner of Crosbie Row and Bow Lane; the City

Courthouse, Governor’s offices, Central Block, South East Range and the East Range are visible.

See also P11/9.

2 items

50. View of the Crosbie Row

façade- the South East Range from Bow Lane.

See also P11/8

2 items

51. View of the front of the East

Range onto Crosbie Row.

2 items

(ii) Interior of the building including machinery and wall sketches

52. Image of a prison cell door

located at the east end of South West Range, on the ground floor.

2 items

53. Prison cell at the East End

of the South West Range, on the ground floor.

See also P11/20 2 items

54. View from a height of the

South West.

2 items

55. View of a prison cell door

from the interior of the cell. The cell is located on the

ground floor on the South West Range.

2 items

56. View of a prison cell door in

the South West Range on the

ground floor from the

exterior of the cell .

57. View of the ‘Old

Bakehouse’.

See also P11/31 2 items

58. View of the ‘Sweet Room’-

the old boiling room in the West Range on the ground floor.

See also P11/19 2 items

59. View of the ‘Tool Shop’ in

the North West Range on the

ground floor looking west.

See also P11/32 2 items

60. View of the ‘sweet room’-

old boiling room, on the ground floor, looking west.

See also P11/19 2 items

61. View of chapel on second

floor.

See also P11/27-30 2 items

62. View of the East Range (on the third floor).

See also P11/24 2 items

63. View of the ‘biscuit loft in

the North East Range on the third floor.

See also P11/25. 2 items

64. View of an arched window in

the gable end of the East Range, third floor.

2 items

65. Views of the South West

Range from a third floor gallery and from the door to

the Central Block looking West.

See also P11/34-36 4 items

66. View of the gable end

windows in the Central Block, from a room on the third floor.

2 items

67. Three views of the ‘Sweet

Room’, (old ‘boiling room)’ on the ground floor. The

room holds large scale machinery and equipment including conveyor belts and tables.

2 items

68. The ‘Old Boiler House’ with

large cast iron vertical boilers

in the ‘Infirmary’, located in

the North East corner of the site.

4 items

69. Images of the ‘new Boiling

Room’, showing a series of connecting boilers [mixers]

the room is tiled in white tiles to mid- height.

Eight items

70. Four Geary’s vans parked in

a row in the ‘Van Yard’.

See also P11/37 2 items

  1. Image of an open yard near the West Range, where a ‘Geary’s’ van,

(a Commer) is parked between a wall and the new boiler house; the West Range and the City Courthouse are in the background.

2 items.

72. 28 October 1980 Image of five workers names written on the wall on the last working day of the

factory, 28 October 1980. The wall was located in the Central Block, in the east

wall of the Gallery on the fourth floor.

3 items

73. Sketch of a bearded man

seated with his hands folded at a table with a candle stick

and a book on it. The book is called, ‘Dickens Works by Geary’. The sketch was located in the Central Block on the East wall in the Gallery on the fourth floor.

3 items

74. Image of a picture frame of a

man with a moustache and dark hair parted in the centre

wearing a suit, collar and tie; the name ‘Danial Brosnan’ is written underneath in the picture ‘frame’, with the words ‘ Geary Sons and co.’; the wall also bears an image of a woman’s head and shoulders, a smaller image of a slightly stooped lady in a crinoline dress with a hat and a folded parasol, together with a small sketch of the Treaty stone and an image of an Irish Volunteer with the writing ‘100,000 volunteers wanted.

3 items.

75. Image of a man in uniform,

attending at the bed of a woman. Another man is

standing behind a table behind a screen in the room. The drawing was located in the Central Block, in a room on the third floor on the East wall under the Gallery.

3 items

76. File of photographs of a

wall in the Central Block in a

corridor to the Chapel

Gallery on the third floor on the west wall. Chapel gallery with a sketch of a war scene -a tank, soldiers and aeroplane, a sketch of a man with a hat [James Joyce], a game of [rugby] and an automobile.

See also P11/38 13 items.

77. View of a stone drinking

fountain.

See also P11/40 2 items

78. Image of disused and broken

machinery on the ground of an external yard.

2 items

  1. Views from the building

79. View from a cell in the South

West Range on the third floor looking North over the

rooftops towards Thomond Bridge and St. John’s Castle.

4 items

80. View from a fourth floor

window in the central Block looking North and North

East, towards Newgate Street.

4 items

81. View from a window in the

Central Block in a corridor to the chapel on the second

floor towards the North East [over the old bakehouse] with the roof of the North East Range and the East range in view.

6 items

82. View from a fourth floor

window in the Central Block looking South East with

St. Mary’s Cathedral in picture.

2 items

83. View from a third floor

window in the East range looking South East towards Crosby Row .

2 items

111. Letter Books (1919-1921)

Series of Damp Press Copy Letter Books of outgoing letters to Geary’s customers and suppliers, concerning deliveries to customers, and enquiries apologising in some cases for mistakes and promising to ensure van deliveries reach them the following week; include letters to suppliers of machinery, spare parts and raw materials for production relating to pricing, delivery times and quantities, reflecting contemporary concerns including the difficulty in shipping supplies during World War One, and the difficulties of trying to run a business and deliver supplies during the War of Independence and Civil War. Include an alphabetical index by recipient.

84. 10 June 1919-8 June 1920 1004pp

Letters signed by Thomas Geary/ Geary and Sons

85. 8 November 1920-6 March 1922 1000pp

86. 6 March 1922- 16 November 1923 998pp

87. 16 November 1923-12 May 1925 1020pp

Includes copy of an enclosure listing an

order for box labels and tin labels ‘Monarch,

Currant Top, Mikado...Marie…Saloon, Oval Tea,

Cornish Cream’. (15 April 1952.)

88. 12 May 1925- 9 June 1926 999pp

89. 10 June 1926- 28 April 1928 1017pp

90. 25 April 1928-21 September 1931 1008pp

91. 23 September 1931-15 December 1941 332pp

1V Finance and Accounts (1907-1977)

(i). Thomas Geary Private Ledger (1907-1921)

Thomas Geary’s Private Ledger with an alphabetical index to accounts including

Capital Account, Deposit Account, Goods Account, Thomas Geary Capital Account, Horses Vans Harness Account, Munster and Leinster Bank Account, Profit and Loss Account, Plant and Machinery Account and Premises Account. Page 1 to 12 contains Annual Balance Sheets from year ending 31 December 1907- 31 December 1915. P11/93 contains new accounts for Discounts and Allowances, Drawings, Heating and Lighting, Insurance (general), Motor Cars, Law Costs, Premises, Printing and Stationary, Purchases, Rent, Rates Taxes and Insurance, Repairs and Renewals, Sundry Charges, Stock, Salaries and Wages, Stable, Expenses, Van men’s Sundry, and Wages. (2 volumes)

92. 31 December 1907- 31 December 1915 65 ff

93. 31 December 1916 - 31 December 1921 121ff

(ii) Annual Sales, Purchasing and Stock Account Books (1912-1957)

Invoice Analysis Book (Creditors Accounts)

Annual Breakdown of all invoices by supplier in date order; the total invoice cost is entered under totals, with amounts entered under separate headings for account type including; sundry charges, general repairs, vans expenses repairs, printing and stationary, motor reps, forage, purchases (sub-divided into material and manufacture) and sundry ledger accounts; each column is totalled and brought forward. From 1918

details are entered in alphanumeric order by supplier; (3 Volumes)

94. 1917-1921 39ff

The rear of the volume includes sundry

debit accounts

95. 1922-1929 40ff

Motor charges are subdivided into ‘Reps Pts, Oils,

Grease, Petrol and Tyres’.

[97-99]

100. 1957-1963 35ff

101. 11 June 1910 -31 December 1931 Debtors Account

Book containing separate accounts, for all debtors with

an alphabetical index to each account.

742 pp

Stock Books (1912-1957)

Annual account of all stock under materials, Vans and Repairs, Printing and Stationary, Forage, Motor Repairs, Coal and Coke, Goods Own Manufacture, Goods Imported, Materials, Sundries, Premises, and Plant. From 1936 stock is listed by location: Bakehouse, Store, Biscuit Loft, Office, Church, Yard, Boiling room, Starch Room. ( 4 volumes)

102. 1912-1916 113pp

103. 1916-1926 c.88pp

[104]

105. 1936-1946

[106.]

107. 1953-1957 86pp

  1. Weekly Sales and Purchasing Account Books (1913-1977)

Sales Analysis: Weekly Summary Account of Van Sales. (1913-1965)

Sales Analysis Account books containing details of weekly van sales for each driver under separate accounts for each van numbered Van No. 1 to Van no. 17. In the first two volumes (P11/108 and P11/109), sales are entered under the corresponding routes (Van No. 1 = Limerick City Road, Van No. 10= Killaloe Road) Ennistymon Road, Loghrea Road, Kerry Road, Tipperary Road, Nenagh Road, Mitchelstown Road, Thurles Road, Killaloe Road, Mallow Road, Kilrush Road. Weekly totals are subdivided under column headings in folio pages under Personal, Goods, Returns, Sales, Balances, Wages Paid and Total and on a opposite folio: Sundry A/C,s, Personal, Cash, Wages and Comm. Stabling etc,. Discount and Allowances, Freight, Balances and Total. Many volumes contain annual end of year sales summaries. Later volumes enter sales by van number and driver only without reference to specific routes. (13 volumes)

108. 4 January 1913- 30 December 1916 89ff

  1. 30 September 1916- 30 December 1916 10ff

[110]

111. 5 January 1924-25 December 1926 90ff.

112. 1 January 1927-31 August 1929 90ff

113. 7 September 1929-26 December 1931 89ff

[114]

115. 2 January 1932-24 August 1935 133ff

[116]

117. 2 January1943-28 December 1946 136ff

118. 4 January 1947-30 December 1950 136ff

119. 6 January 1951- 31 December 1954 136ff

120. 8 January1955-28 December 1967 97ff

121. 4 January 1958-31 December 1960 95ff

  1. 9 July 1960-28 December 1963 95ff

  1. 6 July 1963-1 December 1965 95ff

Turnover Tax Sales Account Books

Account Books listing sales to customers by van number for the purpose of calculating turnover tax. Details are entered under columns listing (customers) registration number, customers names and addresses and a weekly sale total, each folio page lists contains sales to customers listed for a six month period. A summary of sales per van at the end of year is included at the end of each year for the purposes of calculating a tax payment to the Office of the Revenue Commissioners.

124. 9 November 1963- 30 November 1964 99ff

125. 1 January 1965-31 December 1966. c. 100ff

126. 7 January 1967- 30 December 1967 c.100ff

127. 6 January 1968-28 December 1968 c.100ff

128. 4 January 1969- 30 June 1972 c.100ff

129. 9 January 1979-30 June 1972 c.100ff

Includes two tax demands from the Office

of the Revenue Commissioners at the rear

of the volume relating to Turnover Tax

  1. 2 January 1965-27 October 1972 c.100ff

This volume overlaps with P11/125 as it

contains details for January – December 1965

and from 7 July-27 October 1972.

132. 27 January 1967- 2 December 1971 Dr. Sales Analysis Book

listing each sale under the following column headings;

Date; Customer; Biscuits Nett; Boilings, Bars, Fancies and Starch Room. c. 75ff

133. 9 January 1917-28 September 1968 Account Book with

individual accounts numbered from ‘T.A.1 to

T.A. 29’ classifying expenditure under account type with an annual total. T.A. 1 corresponds to Charges Sundry, and remaining accounts relate mainly to expenditure on vans, repairs, wages, fuel, insurance, printing and stationary.

3800pp

134. 4 October 1927-29 April 1977 Suppliers Invoice Account

Book with separate accounts

for each supplier with a

balance sheet listing all credits and debits to the account in lever arch format. Accounts are in alphabetical order by supplier name with alphabetical indices inserted throughout the volume.

c. 2000 pp

135. 18 January 1933-17 July 1947 Suppliers Account Book with

separate accounts by supplier with details of invoices

received and payments made; includes an alphabetical index to suppliers.

518pp

136. 1 January 1963- I August 1968 Purchases analysis book

listing all purchases in separate columns by date,

name and total. The sum is then broken down and attributed under separate account headings: Sundry charges, General Repairs, Printing and Stationary; Manufacture Goods, Materials, Van Repair, Fuel, and Sundry. The rear of the volume includes details on credits.

c.230 pp

137. September 1915- March 1917 Account of purchases

with a breakdown of the total sum into separate headings

by expense type; Material: Manufacture and Sundries.

178pp

Weekly Cash Account Book

Weekly cash account of van drivers sales and lodgements with wages paid to van drivers factory, salaries and salesmen entered in opposing folio page. (7 Volumes)

138. 13 April 1927-14 July 1928 133ff

[139]

140. 30 May 1932- 9 September 1933 135ff

[141]

142. 8 August 1938-18 May 1940 183ff

143. 1 December 1942- 18 May 1946 183ff

[144]

145. 9 April 1949-21 April 1951 183ff

146. 3 May 1954-31 March 1956 193ff

147. 1 April 1961-28 July 1962 135ff

148. 4 August 1962-23 November 1963 135ff

[149]

150. 31 October 1969-26 January 1970 85ff

Weekly Ledger

Weekly account of all invoices paid balanced against lodgements including payments to Condensed Milk Company, Bannatyne Mills, Condensed Milk Company and Cadbury. (2 volumes)

151. 2 April 1927- 1 June 1929 119ff

  1. 27 November 1925-26 March 1927 79ff

(iv) Daily Cash Sales and Payments (1911-1916)

Ledger listing daily cash van sales totals, by driver, balanced against daily [cash] payments including wages, postage, stationary, shoeing, freight; expenses are analysed under columns; Ledger Charges, Vans; Expenses/ Repairs, Freight; Inwards, Outwards, Bank, Cash Purchases, Total.

153. 1 February 1911-21 June 1912 178ff

154. 21 June 1912-14 February 1914 89ff

155. 17 February 1914- 28 April 1916 89 ff

(v) Returns and Pilfered Stock (1908-1910)

156. January 1908- December 1916 Account of purchases and

sales stock that had been pilfered or returned,

including incomplete deliveries.

74ff

(vi) Bank Books (1912-1970)

157. 1 March 1912- 30 December 1916 Bank Cash Book, balanced

monthly listing all

lodgements and cheque

payments from Geary’s Bank Account with Munster and Leinster Bank.

141ff

158. 4 June 1915- February 1916 Bank Cash Book

100ff

159. 12 September 1968-21 December 1970 Cheque payments account

book listing each payment under column headings: Date,

Name, Cheque Number, Discount, Cheque and Sundries with Gen. Reps, Printing and Stationary, Manufactured Goods, Materials, Van Reps, Fuel and Lodgements entered in columns in a facing folio page.

68ff

(vii) Salaries and Wages (1910-1968)

160. 30 July 1910-22 June 1922 Weekly wages book listing

workmen’s names,with a

column for each day ( ticked

if present), total time, wages rate and total wages; the total number of workmen listed weekly varies between 25 and 30

c.150pp

Time Sheets

Weekly Time sheets recording daily time worked by each employee with columns for each day both morning and evening (ticked if present), total hours, rate, £ S D (wages) Insurance and Remarks- ‘ bonus’, ‘dismissed’. From P11/162 onwards employees are listed by place of work; Starch Room, Boiling Room, Biscuit Loft, Drivers, Box makers, and Bakehouse

161. 24 June 1912-8 August 1913 c.100pp

162. 6 September 1913-15 February 1919 290pp

163. 6 August 1927-5 January 1929 302pp

  1. 28 November 1931-6 May 1933 302pp

  1. 22 July 1939- 14 June 1941 302pp

166. 31 December 1943-22 December 1945 c.300 pp

Includes overtime wage rates at rear of volume

167. 28 August 1948—5 May 1951 405pp

168. 9 January 195 4- 4 August 1956

Includes loose material on standard

wage rates payable to box makers 404pp

169. 23 September 1961-13 June 1964 406pp

Insurance Act Wages Book

Insurance Act Wages Book listing salaries paid mainly to J. Hughes, P. Gilligan, M. Connors, R. Young, J. Punch and J. Supple, with a weekly record of Total Hours Worked, Total Wages Earned, Deductions, Balance due to Workman, Insurance Contribution (Employer), and Remarks. (2 volumes)

170. 22 December 1938-30 April 1943 c. 50ff

171. 7 May 1943-23 January 1948 c.50ff

PAYE Wages Book

PAYE Wages Book recording details of salaried staff weekly pay and income tax details. c. 50ff

172. 20 March 1965-2 April 1966 c.50ff

173. 11 March 1967-1 February 1968 c.50ff

(viii) Invoice Book (1908-1910)

174. July 1908-December 1910 Large format Invoice Book

listing details

of invoices with the original invoice attached.

c.240pp Closed for conservation

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