Colonial Sugar Refining Company


Colonial Sugar Refining Company

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  • Sugar mills in Fiji — Sugar cane grew wild in Fiji and was used as thatch by the Fijians for their houses ( bures ). The first attempt to make sugar in Fiji was on Wakaya Island in 1862 but this was a fianacial failure. With the cotton boom of the 1860s there was… …   Wikipedia

  • Chelsea Sugar Refinery — Chelsea Sugar Refinery, as seen from Birkenhead Wharf The Chelsea Sugar Refinery, also known colloquially as Chelsea and the sugar works , is a long established business and landmark in Birkenhead, New Zealand, located on the northern shore of… …   Wikipedia

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  • Penang (Rakiraki) Sugar Mill — The Penang Sugar Mill in Rakiraki, Fiji is one of the four sugar mills operated by the Fiji Sugar Corporation. The FSC is the sole producer of raw sugar in Fiji. History The Charmers brothers built a mill at Penang in 1878. It was later… …   Wikipedia

  • Fiji Sugar Corporation — (FSC) is the Government owned sugar milling company in Fiji having the monopoly on production of all raw sugar in Fiji.The FSC came into existence in 1973 when the Colonial Sugar Refining Company disposed of its shares in the South Pacific Sugar… …   Wikipedia

  • Viria Sugar Mill — The Colonial Sugar Refining Company built a mill at Viria, on the Rewa River, on the southern side of the island of Viti Levu on Fiji. It crushed from 1886 to 1895 and was closed because it was too small to be viable. Bibliography …   Wikipedia

  • Fiji Indian organisations — NOTOC There have been numerous organisations formed by Fiji Indians ever since they became free from the bondage of indenture and were able to organise themselves to seek social and political justice. These organisations promoted the teaching of… …   Wikipedia

  • CSR Limited — Type Public company (ASX: CSR) Founded Sydney, Australia Headquarters …   Wikipedia

  • A. D. Patel — Infobox Politician (general) name= Ambalal Dahyabhai Patel image width= title= Member of Legislative Council (Fiji) North Western Indian Division term start= 1944 term end= 1950 predecessor= B.D. Lakshman successor= Tulsi Ram Sharma title2=… …   Wikipedia


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