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Henry Stuebing - Groceries and Crockery Kitchener
Bef 1886 - Yes, date unknown

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  • Birth  Bef 1886  Kitchener, Waterloo, Ontario Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender  Unknown 
    Died  Yes, date unknown 
    Person ID  I50  Businesses
    Last Modified  8 Sep 2012 

  • Notes 
    • Henry Stuebing, Groceries and Crockery - Among the many important industries in any community there are none of more importance than those which deal with the necessaries of life; and, next to bread and meat, groceries hold the most prominent place. Prominent among those doing business in this line is Mr. Henry Stuebing, whose establishment is located in Stuebing's Block, opposite the Market. This block has just been erected by Mr. Stuebing, and is an ornament to King Street. It is 46x60 feet in dimensions and three stories in height, and substantially built of brick. Mr. Stuebing occupies one store, which is 21x60 feet in dimensions, with a warehouse in rear 21x28 feet in dimensions and three stories in height. The rest of the block is occupied as stores, offices and dwellings. Mr. Stuebing carries a large and well-selected stock of general and fancy groceries, the choicest teas from China and Japan, coffees from Java and South America, hermetically sealed goods, table delicacies, condiments, pure spices, and all other articles usually found in a first-class grocery. He gives employment to three courteous assistants,  and uses one team in the proper conducting of his rapidly growing business. Mr. Stuebing is an active, energetic and enterprising business man, and is also a public-spirited gentleman, taking a deep interest in all that pertains to the welfare of the town, which he at present serves as one of its councillors.1a

      1aIndustries of Canada Historcial and Commercial Sketches Hamilton and Environs 1886