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William Bellad-Ellis

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William Bellad-Ellis (1870- )

1922 M.S.A.I.E.E., A.M.I. Mech.E., Associate I.E.E., Electrical Engineer, Queenstown, South Africa (P.O. Box 94 ). T. N.: loi Queenstown, South Africa. b. 1870. Ed. Mathematical special courses under private tuition; special private Engineering training. With Bellad-Ellis and Co., Electrical Engineers, Port Elizabeth; Uitenhaze Electric Light and Power Scheme, Engineer and Manager, £30,000; Queenstown Electric Light and Power scheme, £20,000; Engineer and Manager; Consulting Electrical Engineer to the Queenstown, Umtata, Molten°, Cathcart, Alice Bedford, Stutterheim, Elliot, Butterworth and other South African municipalities for water pumping, electric lighting and power. On South African Municipal Electric Light and Power Schemes. Member of Council for Cape Colony, South African Municipal Electrical Engineers' Association. Publications: Paper on " Diesel Engines and Fuel Oils," read before the Municipal Electrical Engineers' Congress, Johannesburg, 1915. Member of Queenstown Club.

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