2 cuttings with important notices by the National Association of British and Irish Millers, reminding members of the association who are about to effect their insurances to communicate with the Secretary for all information they may need to effect their quotes.
Ledger, accounts book, wages and salaries books, correspondence, financial details, architects' plans, Henry Simon specifications, articles of association for F T Wood and Sons and the National Association of British and Irish Millers.
The first cutting is an article in The Insurance News showing correspondence to the editor regarding corn mill fires, detailing the costs of damages and the most common times and causes for fires. The second cutting details the success of the burial fund business Prudential Assurance Company Limited.
Continuation of article, possibly from the previous issue, discussing the difficulty in insuring corn millers at a price they find acceptable. This continues from DUFF-SBK-012 and is continued in DUFF-SBK-014.
The first cutting is a picture of Rossett Mill. The second cutting features the end of one article discussing insurance fraud in a cigar shop and the start of another article discussing difficulty in insuring corn millers. This article is continued in DUFF-SBK-013 and DUFF-SBK-014.
1 cutting discusses the difficulties in insuring mills against fire for a profitable margin, and the other cutting, from The Miller, details new construction work for Lincoln Co-operative Mill and Bakery, including new milling machinery, a new building and a switch from steam to electric power.
Two articles from The Miller in 1908, one looking at the technology used in Longstock Mill in Stockbridge and the other discussing roller machinery at Napper's Mill in Sutton. There are 3 cuttings from 1890 discussing the creation of an insurers specifically for mill fires. The final cutting is from 1890, the Financial Times, describing a change in fraud laws.
Starts with an advert for "Chilled Rolls", then an article discussing a council meeting of the National Association of British and Irish Millers involving a discussion of cheaper fire insurance for mills willing to install new sprinkler systems into their facilities. The article is continued in DUFF-SBK-029.
Double-sided cutting. Page 624 describes the unique grain handling plant at Silvertown Mills. (The article finishes mid-sentence and is continued in DUFF-SBK-104. Page 623 discusses the "Future Prospects of the British Milling Trade".