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Identifier: canadianwood16
Title: Canadian wood products industries
Year: 1916 (1910s)
Subjects: Furniture industry and trade Woodworking industries
Publisher: Don Mills, Ont. : Southam-MacLean Publications
Contributing Library: Fisher - University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto

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bans Cathed-ral, Hertford. The accompanying illustration is one of the twowings, or sides, to the reredos already shown. Theseconnect the reredos with the north and south walls,respectively. They are necessarily less elaborate thanthe centre piece, or reredos proper, yet are in strictharmony therewith. The angels carry forward theidea expressed in the centre panel, Gloria in Excelsis. The Furniture Manufacturers Association Mr. W. Cawkell has recently been appointed secre-tary of the Furniture Manufacturers Association, andhas taken offices at No. 701 Traders Bank Building,Toronto. The Association has been formed with aview to bringing furniture manufacturers together sothat they may work in harmony for their mutual benefitin securing a legitimate profit on their furniture. East-ern manufacturers have had a similar organization forsome time, and the two bodies are now working handin hand for the betterment of trade conditions. Manu-facturers will furnish copies of catalogues and price

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Mr. W. Cawkell, Secretary Furniture ManufacturersAssociation. 1 i>ts to the secretary, and his office will serve as abureau of information, as well as a meeting-place wheremembers will be able to gather and exchange ideas forthe benefit of the trade generally. The secretary w illvisit the different factories from time to time, and hisservices will be at the disposal of members at all times.At a convention held in Toronto from March 7 to 9,at which every class of furniture was represented, itwas decided to divide the Association into sections, as,—cheap case goods, medium and better-class casegoods, chairs, tables, office furniture, uphds,reed, rattan, and willow goods. Each section will havea chairman, and may meet at any time to discuss pointsthat arise in connection with their particular line Change of Firm Name The announcement is made that the linn name olthe Berlin Machine Works, Beloit, Wis., U.S.A., hasbeen changed to I\ P>. Yates Machine C

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Date: 2014-07-29 16:18:03

bookid:canadianwood16 bookyear:1916 bookdecade:1910 bookcentury:1900 booksubject:Furniture_industry_and_trade booksubject:Woodworking_industries bookpublisher:Don_Mills__Ont____Southam_MacLean_Publications bookcontributor:Fisher___University_of_Toronto booksponsor:University_of_Toronto bookleafnumber:120 bookcollection:canadiantradejournals bookcollection:thomasfisher bookcollection:toronto

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