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A. LANGLOIS

Quebec City


A. Langlois, Quebec City, has made an assignment to Wilkes & Michaud.

Source: The Jewelers' Circular - 17th April 1907

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F.G. ENGLAND

Regina, Saskatchewan


F. G. England, Regina, Sask., on taking stock last week, according to the weekly system of checking up, found that a diamond ring valued at $500 had disappeared.

Source: The Jewelers' Circular - 17th April 1907

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GRIER & TAYLOR

Owen Sound, Ontario


Edward Grier, formerly in business in Owen Sound, Ont., in connection with the jewelry manufacturing firm of Grier & Taylor, was drowned last week at Nelson, B.C. The town council of Owen Sound testified to the respect in which he was held by the people of his native place by passing a resolution of condolence and adjourning without the transaction of further business.

Source: The Jewelers' Circular - 9th September 1903

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MITCHELL H. SAUNDERS

Winnipeg, Manitoba


M.H. Saunders, formerly in the jewelry trade in Winnipeg, Man., has returned to that city and resumed business there.

Source: The Jewelers' Circular - 9th September 1903


Mitchell H. Saunders, Winnipeg, in the jewelry business in Western Canada for over 36 years, died at his home on Ethelbert St. that city, at the age of 65 years. He was a native of Portsmouth, England, but was educated in Canada, leaving later to participate in the gold rush in the Klondike region. Besides being prominent in jewelry and business circles of the city for the past quarter century, Mr. Saunders was well known in fraternal circles of Canada and the Pacific Northwest, being recently elected a grand master of the Owls at the convention held in Portland, Ore. He was highly regarded among the manufacturing jewelers of Winnipeg with whom he enjoyed close association, and was also active in relieving suffering and distress in the city through his kindness and benevolence. Sisters and brothers of the deceased live in Chicago, while a nephew is attending college in Manitoba. The funeral was held from the residence in Winnipeg.

Source: The Jewelers' Circular - 4th November 1925

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M. YAMAMURA

310, Main Street, Vancouver, British Columbia


Two jewel robberies in Vancouver, British Columbia, recently, had for their victims two Japanese jewelers. In the dense fog at the time the robber or robbers who centralized his attack upon the Orientals made good his get away. The store of M. Yamamura at 310 Main St., was entered and watches stolen while the Jap jeweler was in the rear of the store, dining with his family. He was disturbed by the signal bell ringing but when he ran out, the thief escaped. At 220 Main street, where the store of K. Yonemitsu is located, there was a stone thrown through the window.

Source: The Jewelers' Circular - 4th November 1925

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M.J. DILGER

100, Osborne Street, Fort Rouge, Winnipeg


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M.J. Dilger - Winnipeg - 1934

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