W.W. Blott was certainly in business in a small way before April 21st, 1884, as he lost his restaurant and dwelling (valued at $300) in the great fire that burned out the west side of Colborne Street between Bond and Francis. Blott had been renting a wooden building owned by John A. Ellis [FFG 26 […]
Business Type: Restaurant, Confectionery, etc.
Washington Northey was in business with his brother Alfred under the name Northey Brothers; they opened out about 1893, after a disastrous fire in 1892, and continued until 1900, when the brothers went their separate ways and divided the business between them. Washington and his wife Mary operated a restaurant for many years where J.& […]