John Bell advertised several times in the Gazette and appeared in D&B regularly from 1896 to 1900. His ad states that he was “next door to the meat mart” [FFG 13 March 1896; 5].
Business Type: Baker & Confectioner
John Kellet is listed in the 1871 Census as a 23 year-old Irish born baker. His young wife had just given birth in February to a baby girl. He may thereafter have moved to Lindsay as he appears to have moved to Fenelon Falls from Lindsay in the spring of 1877. In March 1877 John […]
On late Saturday night, September 26th 1896, a fire broke out in the bakery of J.J. Lee located on the north side of Francis Street West a few rods from Colborne Street [FFG 2 Oct 1896; 4]. The building, constructed circa 1854, was owned by William Jordan. Within a week a new one storey frame […]
D&B [1893, January].
“The Fenelon Falls bakery and butchery have both recently changed hands, Mr. S.W. Metcalf having sold the former to Mr. A. Northey and bought the latter from Mr. Henry Austin” [FFG 15 Jan 1892; 4]. Metcalf does not appear to have lasted long as he vanishes from D&B after January 1893. Austin may have taken […]