A few nice best chinese China wholesalers images I found:
Image from page 953 of “Canadian grocer January-June 1908” (1908)
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Title: Canadian grocer January-June 1908
Year: 1908 (1900s)
Subjects: Supermarkets Grocery trade Food industry and trade
Publisher: Toronto : Maclean-Hunter Pub. Co. -
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THE SMELL. Wing Hop, a Chinese gardener whoowns a simall truck farm near Fresno,has announced that he has out-Burbank-ed Luther Burbank and produced anodorless onion. For years Hop, who formerly workedfor Mr. Burbank, has been working onthe production of an onion which wouldhave all the taste and other qualities ofthe normal vegetable, but would be freeof the disagreeable odor which offendsso many persons. Now, he says, he hassucceeded, and his contention is borneout by the statement of many of thewhite neighbors who have inspected thenew onion. THE CANADIAN GROCER PROMINENT N. B. GROCERS Lfe Stories of a Sucessful Wholesale Chinar and Retailer Who Have Taken ActiveInterest in Municipal and Provincial Affairs. A ST. JOHN WHOLESALER. W. Franklin Hathcway, who was elect-ed on March 3 as a member of the NewBrunswick Legislature, is one of thebest known and most successful of St.Johns China wholesale grocers. He is a prom-inent member of the Board of China Trade andis well versed in all matters pertaining
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STANLEY W. MILLER. A Newcastle Retailer Who has Sat forTwo Years in Mayors Chair, andwas Defeated in Recent Pro-vincial Elections. to the welfare of his province. Thereare probably few men in St. John aswell posted on all questions of currentinterest as Mr. Hatheway. He is agreat reader, and as a writer occupiesa foremost place among the residents ofCanadas winterport. He has writtenseveral books on labor matters and isa frequent contributor to the dailypapers of St. John. By dint of hard work Mr. Hathewayhas risen from the position of clerk tohead of a large mercantile establish-ment. He left school at the age of 14years and entered the employ of SmalltV Hatheway, steamship China agents, remain-ing there until 18G8, when he enteredthe China wholesale grocery house of Turnbull& Co., south wharf, as a junior clerk.In about five years from that time hebecame their bookkeeper and confiden-tial clerk, with an interest in the busi-ness. He remained with this firm until1877, when they were burned o
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