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THE ANGLO-CANADIAN SILVER Co.

Toronto


The Anglo-Canadian Silver Co. is registered in Toronto.

Source: The Jewelers' Circular - 20th September 1922

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CANADIAN NATIONAL EXHIBITION - 1922

Toronto


The annual Canadian National Exhibition held in Toronto Aug. 26th to Sept. 9th exceeded any of its predecessors both in interest and attendance with 1,372,500 paid admissions, against 1,242,000 last year. Handsome and well-arranged display of silverware were made by the Canadian Wm. A. Rogers, Ltd., the Standard Silver Co., Ltd., of Toronto, and the McGlastian Clarke Co.. Ltd., of Niagara Falls, Out., the latter also showing a line of stainless steel cutlery. Ambrose Kent & Sons, Toronto, had an exhibit of regalia and souvenir goods and J. B. Parry, jeweler, had an assortment of brooches, pins and souvenirs. British manufacturers were represented in a display arranged by the Imperial Government's Overseas Trade Department, which included an exhibit of jewelry and medallions by Burns, Oakes & Washbourne. Ltd., of London, and some line showings of ceramics. Jewelers visiting Toronto during the exhibition fortnight included J. R. Wendt, Wroxeter; I. R. Bentley, Port Perry; R. Hadley, Frankford; W. J. Chambers. Coldwater; George Savage, Guelph; R. J, Rutherford, Fergus; J. H. Young, Brantford: O. R. Bensette, Windsor; J. R. Diller. Thedford; H. Wendt, Clifford; G. Madden. Orillia; W. Sanguine, Renfrew; J. M. Hicks. Whitby; R. J. Roger, Kingston; Allan Hill, Alliston; W. H. Smith, Oakville; J. H. Porte, Picton; J. W. Phillips, Calcdon East; F. W. Coates. Kingston; A. C. Darling, Petrolia; G. R. Hartley. Marmora, and W. H. Hopper, Cobourg, all Ontario; W. S. Brown, Huntingdon, and A. C. Skinner, Sherbroke, Quebec, and W. Wagner, Edmondston, N. B.

Source: The Jewelers' Circular - 20th September 1922

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WESTLEY CATHCART

Toronto


Mr Westley Cathcart has associated himself with the Johnson Optical Company of Detroit, and will in future represent them in the Dominion of Canada with a full line of their goods.

Source: The Trader and Canadian Jeweller - February 1890

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R.E. SMITH

Tilbury, Ontario


Another Burglary. Mr. R.E. Smith's jewelry store at Tilbury was burglarized on the night of the 24th January, and a large number of watches and other articles of jewelry stolen. The same store was robbed two years ago.

Source: The Trader and Canadian Jeweller - February 1890


The jewelry stock of R. E. Smith & Co,, Tilbury Center, Ont., was sold under seizure recently.

Source: The Jewelers' Circular and Horological Review - 4th January 1893

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E. DREYFUS

Montreal


Wants To Compromise. E Dreyfus, jeweller of Montreal, is offering 25c. on $8,000 liabilities. Several Toronto firms are in the soup, and will be stuck from sums ranging from $500 down. It is probable that there will be an amicable arrangement.

Source: The Trader and Canadian Jeweller - February 1890

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E.P. BAIRD & Co.

Montreal


Edward P. Baird & Co., Montreal, Que., have started the manufacture of clock cases, for which they will import Seth Thomas and Ingraham movements.

Source: The Jewelers' Circular and Horological Review - September 1888


Messrs. E.P. Baird & Co., of Montreal, are about to open a factory at Platteburgh, N.Y., where they have secured large premises. Their specialties are advertising, composite and self-winding clocks, and they start with orders for over 5,000 on hand.

Source: The Trader and Canadian Jeweller - February 1890

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W.G. MORGAN

St. Thomas, Ontario


W.G. Morgan, retail jeweler of St. Thomas, has made an assignment to Wm. H. Davis, of London, for the benefit of his creditors. A meeting of those interested has been called to decide what shall be done with the estate, at which Mr. Morgan offered twenty cents on the dollar, which will probably be accepted by unsecured creditors.

Source: The Trader and Canadian Jeweller - February 1890

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M. FOGLER

129, King Street East, later Sheffield House, Toronto


Removing. – M. Fogler retail jeweller of King Street East, has leased the premises formerly known as the "Sheffield House", and is now fitting them up preparatory to removing his business is one of the very best stands in the City of Toronto.

Source: The Trader & Canadian Jeweller - February 1890


Burglary. Some time during the night of December 26th, the front window of M. Fogler's jewellery store, 129, King Street East, was smashed by thieves, and five plush covered dressing cases abstracted. The robbery was reported to the detectives, who are endeavoring to find a clue, but as usual, without success.

Source: The Trader & Canadian Jeweller - February 1890

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J. EGGART & Co.

Vancouver, British Columbia


J. Eggart & Co., jewelers, late of Locle, Switzerland, have commenced business in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Source: The Trader & Canadian Jeweller - December 1890

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ERNEST H. MANN

Niagara, later, Peterboro, Ontario


Ernest H. Mann, jeweler, of Niagara, has removed his business to Peterboro, Ont., to which place all communications in future should be addressed.

Source: The Trader & Canadian Jeweller - December 1890

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GEORGE W. WYATT

Peterboro, Ontario


Mr. Geo. W. Wyatt, of Peterboro, has been pressed to run for councillor in the January election, but declined on account of the pressure of business. In this he is sensible.

Source: The Trader & Canadian Jeweller - December 1890

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F.P. STANLEY

145, Queen Street East, Toronto


Mr. F. P. Stanley, jeweler, of 145 Queen Street East, Toronto, last month completed some extensive alterations in his premises, which improve its appearance very materially.

Source: The Trader & Canadian Jeweller - December 1890

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JOHN M. PROCKTER

Toronto

Settled.–It is said that John M. Prockter, the retail jeweler of this city whose failure was reported by us last month, has effected a settlement with his creditors at 25 cents on the dollar.

Source: The Trader & Canadian Jeweller - December 1890

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T.H. ROBINSON

526, Yonge Street, Toronto


T. H Robinson, retail jeweler, of Yonge St.. has just finished some alterations in his store, which greatly improve its appearance. His window is now quite an attraction.

Source: The Trader & Canadian Jeweller - December 1890


T. H. Robinson, 526 Yonge St., Toronto, has the sympathy of the trade in the death of his only daughter.

Source: The Jewelers' Circular and Horological Review - 9th March 1892

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J.H. LAIDLAW

Sarnia, Ontario


J H. Laidlaw, retail jeweler of Sarnia, Ont., has failed. His liabilities are estimated at $7,500 and his assets at $4,500. He is offering 25 cents on the dollar to his creditors, which will probably be accepted.

Source: The Trader & Canadian Jeweller - December 1890

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JAMES DAVISON

Hamilton, Ontario


Jas. Davison, retail jeweler, of Hamilton, Ont., received an order from the Earl of Aberdeen for a handsome gold watch to be presented to Engineer Brownlee, who piloted the distinguished party over the C.P.R. during their trip to British Columbia.

Source: The Trader & Canadian Jeweller - December 1890

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FELT BROTHERS

Oshawa, Ontario


Felt Brothers, the wide-awake Oshawa jewelers, have just completed some alterations in their premises, which have been forced on them by the steady increase in their business. This store has been redecorated throughout, and presents a very fine appearance.

Source: The Trader & Canadian Jeweller - December 1890

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GERVAIS ST. JEAN

Montreal


Gervais St. Jean, jewelers, are registered at Montreal.

Source: The Jewelers' Circular - 24th September 1919

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THE PLATINUM JEWELRY Co.

Toronto


The Platinum Jewelry Co. recently commenced business in Toronto.

Source: The Jewelers' Circular - 24th September 1919

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J.C. BUSH

Toronto


J. C. Bush, jeweler and tabacconist, Toronto, has disposed of his jewelry business.

Source: The Jewelers' Circular - 24th September 1919

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