GALBRAITH & Co.
The most prosperous portion of the village of Shelburne, Ont., was wiped out by fire early on the morning of Jan. 26, said to have been the work of an incendiary. Among the sufferers were: W. A. Fenwick, jeweler, loss, $2,000, insurance about $800, and A. B. Galbraith, jeweler, loss, $1,500, insurance $400.
Source: The Jewelers' Circular and Horological Review - 3rd February 1897
As mentioned last week, Galbraith & Co., Shelburne, Out., have failed and now are endeavoring to compromise with creditors at 25 per cent. This business is owned by Mrs. A. V. Galbraith, whose husband failed four years ago.
Source: The Jewelers' Circular and Horological Review - 15th November 1899
The Bankrupt Stock of the estate of Galbraith & Co., jewelers, of Shelburne, Ont., was offered for sale by tender last month by the trustee, Mr. J. F. Miller, of that town. It amounted, according to the invoice, to about $500.
Source: The Trader & Canadian Jeweller - January 1900
Galbraith & Co., jewelers, of Shelburne. Ont., are succeeded by A. H. Galbraith.
Source: The Jewelers' Circular - 26th January 1921