Elijah Day & Sons Ltd
Claremont Road, Rusholme, Manchester.

Dates of the company are under investigation. They were certainly trading in 1922, they are mentioned in 1943 in regard to agreements under the Railway Rates Tribunal, and seem to have had troubled trading from 1951, finally being wound up in 1967.

Box-All furniture and floor polish
Photo: David Pratt
Boxall boot polish
Photo: Advertising Antiques Ltd www.oldshopstuff.com
Box-All floor polish
Photo: David Pratt
Box-All boot polish
Photo: David Pratt
1922 advert Elijah Day & Sons ice cream machine
1922 British Industries Fair Advert for the “Carac” Patent Ice Cream Freezing Machine in 3 sizes, to produce from 1 pint to 1 gallon per minute operated by hand or power. They also sold product to fill the machine with – “Carac” Ice Cream Powder.
Box-all boot polish
Photo: David Pratt

London Gazette Issue 39362 published on the 19 October 1951
Special Resolution.
AT an Extraordinary General Meeting of the Members of the above named Company, duly convened, and held at the Registered Office, Webber Road, Kirkby Trading Estate, near Liverpool on the 15th day of October, 1951, the following Special Resolution was duly passed: — “That the Company be wound up voluntarily and that Arthur Whitaker Lowe, Chartered Accountant of 31, Dale Street, Liverpool 2 be and is hereby appointed Liquidator for the purpose of such winding-up.” A. W. LOWE, Secretary.

London Gazette Issue 41676 published on the 7 April 1959
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to section 290 of the Companies Act, 1948, a General Meeting of the Members of the above-named Company will be held at the offices of Wm. Chadwick & Co., 31 Dale Street, (Liverpool 2, on the 7th May 1959, at 11 o’clock in the forenoon, for the purpose of having an account kid before

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