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BERNSTEIN & WOLSEY

Montreal


A fire in Montreal recently did a good deal of harm and Providence manufacturers lose a good customer, H. A. Nelson & Co., who decided to go out of business. Besides H. A. Nelson & Co., another firm who carried jewelry were burned out entirely, viz., Bernstein & Wolsey.

Source: The Jewelers' Circular - 13th February 1901

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M.G. NEILEY

Winnipeg, Manitoba


M. G. Neiley, Winnipeg, Man., has sold out his jewelry business and gone to New York, where he will devote himself to an artistic career. His vocal abilities have secured a local recognition and he will take a course of instruction at some leading conservatory and become a professional singer.

Source: The Jewelers' Circular - 13th February 1901

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FREDERICK CLARINGBOWL

Hamilton, Ontario


Frederick Claringbowl, jeweler, Hamilton, has the sincere sympathies of the trade on account of the death of his wife, which occurred on the 1st inst. under peculiarly painful circumstances. Two days before Mrs. Claringbowl complained of illness and a doctor who was called in declared her to be suffering from an internal trouble requiring an operation. She was unable to withstand the shock and died shortly after having been operated on.

Source: The Jewelers' Circular - 13th February 1901

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W.H. WEGENAST

Drumbo, Ontario


W. H. Wegenast, Drumbo, Ont., has disposed of his business.

Source: The Jewelers' Circular - 13th March 1901

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C.H. REIDER

Woodstock, Ontario


Lampman Bros., late of Hamilton, have purchased the jewelry business of C. H. Rieder, Woodstock.

Source: The Jewelers' Circular - 13th March 1901

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P.J. HARWOOD

Brandon, Manitoba


P. J. Harwood, for a number of years with the late T. F. Butcher, Brandon, Man., will establish a business there for himself.

Source: The Jewelers' Circular - 13th March 1901

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SLOVES & COHEN

Montreal


The assets of the firm of Sloves & Cohen, Montreal, who recently assigned, are to be sold.

Source: The Jewelers' Circular - 12th February 1908

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J.N. BROUILLET

Montreal


J. N. Brouillet, Montreal, has made an assignment with liabilities amounting to about $4,000.

Source: The Jewelers' Circular - 12th February 1908

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THE DENNISON Mfg. Co.

Montreal, later, Toronto


The Dennison Mfg. Co. has removed its Canadian office from Montreal to the Traders’ Bank building, Toronto, Ont., where it is comfortably situated.

Source: The Jewelers' Circular - 12th February 1908

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RAPHAEL BENSETTE

Windsor, Ontario


Walter Brake and George Butler, convicted of stealing jewelry valued at $500 from Raphael Bensette’s jewelry store, Windsor, Ont., three weeks since, have each been sentenced to five years imprisonment.

Source: The Jewelers' Circular - 13th February 1907

Likely to be identified with O.R. Bensette of Windsor, Ontario, see: viewtopic.php?f=38&t=31885&p=135928&hilit=bensette#p135928

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MANSON, REDMAN, & WALDER, Ltd.

Toronto


Alexander P. Manson, Robert Walder, Harry W. Redman, Annie Manson and Maggie Walder, all of Toronto, and Ruby Wolff, Hamilton, Ont., have been incorporated under the laws of Ontario as Manson, Redman & Walder, Ltd., to manufacture and import jewelry, gold and silverware, novelties, etc., with $40,000 authorized capital, and head office at Toronto.

Source: The Jewelers' Circular - 13th February 1907

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RAYMOND POIRIER

Saint-Jean, P.Q.


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Raymond Poirier - Saint-Jean - 1947

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A. ROSENTHAL, later, A. ROSENTHAL & SONS, Ltd.

Goldsmith's Hall, 87, Sparks Street, Ottawa


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A. Rosenthal - Ottawa - 1887

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A. Rosenthal & Sons, Ltd. - Ottawa - 1907


A. Rosenthal, Jeweler, 87, Sparks Street. –The manufacture of jewelry, watches, etc. on this continent, has within a comparatively recent date, assumed not only very large proportions, but is of that character, which places it in competition with any country in the world. And if sucn be the case, it goes without saying, that the jewelry establishments for the retail of goods in Canada as well as in the United States, are as a rule sufficiently representative to merit a special notice in a work of this kind. Some discrimination, however, must be made, and we select the establishment of Mr. A. Rosenthal, as affording an excellent type, reflecting no small credit on the capital city of the Dominion. The trade carried on by this gentleman, was established some twenty years ago, and during the last seven years, Mr. Rosenthal has been sole proprietor, since which time a large and flourishing trade has been built up. Mr. Rosenthal carries a large and excellent assortment of goods, embracing a complete line of jewelry, watches, clocks, silverware, and optical goods, and diamonds, of which a speciality is made. A speciality is also made of Rockford watches, for which Mr. Rosenthal is agent for the City of Ottawa. Repairing watches and jewelry is also a special feature, and the work turned out is not excelled, the result being a large and constantly increasing patronage in that line, while a large and flourishing trade is carried on. Mr. Rosenthal, who is a native of Germany, is a gentleman of extensive travel, having been in India, England and Australia prior to coming to Canada. He is an energetic and most reliable man of business, being much respected throughout the community.

Source: Our Dominion - 1887

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JOHN HILLS

Arcadia Mines, Nova Scotia


John Hills has opened a store in Arcadia Mines, N.S.

Source: The Jewelers' Weekly - 15th March 1895

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O. VALIERE & Co.

Quebec


O. Valiere & Co. have begun business at Quebec, Que.

Source: The Jewelers' Weekly - 15th March 1895

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THOMAS HANCOCK

Harrow, Ontario


Thomas Hancock, Harrow, Ont., has sold his business.

Source: The Jewelers' Weekly - 15th March 1895

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R. CURRY

Little Glace Bay, Nova Scotia


R. Curry has begun business at Little Glace Bay, N.B.

Source: The Jewelers' Weekly - 15th March 1895

Likely to be identified with Rod Curry, see: viewtopic.php?f=38&t=31885&p=125684&hilit=curry#p125684

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J.A. FLOYD

Tamworth, later, Mattawa, Ontario


J.A. Floyd, Tamworth, Ont., has moved to Mattawa, Ont.

Source: The Jewelers' Weekly - 15th March 1895

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J.T. BOLT

2377, St. Catherine Street, Montreal


J.T. Bolt, Montreal, has moved to 2377, St. Catherine street.

Source: The Jewelers' Weekly - 15th March 1895

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F.A. DOCKRILL

2129, St. Catherine Street, Montreal


F.A. Dockrill, Montreal, has moved to 2129, St. Catherine street.

Source: The Jewelers' Weekly - 15th March 1895

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