The Sea Cadet, No. 11, Vol. 2, July 1945

The trawl THE TRAWL IS U P Specially painted by Frank H. Mason, R.l. is up W e asked Mr. Frank Mason, the famous marine artist, to paint a tra lew r, but might as easily have suggested a drifter, a seine net boat, o r a fishing smack. W e believed the trawler to be symbolic of tho great industry which reaps the h a rv est of the sea. Rope and small cord ig e and canvas can truly b e claimed to play a vital part in every s p hereof the fish e rm an’s craft. British Ropes Limited serve many of the largest fishing fleets a t home and abroad. Trawl warps, seine net pro es, trawl twine ,netting twines, seaming twin es, sails, and all canvas work ,are only a few o f the wide variety of specialised products w e provide for the fishing industry .BRITISH HOPES LIMITEO Manufacturers of Wire Rope, Wire, Hemp Cordage and Canvas Head Office :DON CASTER OFFICES ,WORK SAND STORES THROUGHOUT GREAT BRITAIN ASSOCIATED MOTOR CYCLES LTD., PLUMSTEAD ROAD .LON DON.S .E.H YOU CAN TELL AN ARMY MATCHLESS 8 THEY TELEDRAULIC FORKS UNDER the severe conditions of war—w hether in Mud, Sand o r the tortuous paths of the jungle— the MATCHLESS stands supreme. No wonder the Army riders say it’s the right machine for the job. They’ve proved it. Therefore be guided by their ex­perience when you choose your post-war motorcycle, and make it a MATCHLESS. Published by the Navy League ,for ihc Admiralty, at their ofliccs. Grand Buildings, Trafalgar Square, London. .CW .2 Printed by G a P&i.e olden Ltd .,Wellington Works. Aldershot, England
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