Hamilton Cake & Biscuit Company

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Hamilton Cake & Biscuit Company

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The Hamilton Cake & Biscuit company was incorporated into a business by letters patent in 1920. However, due to various financial issues in 1921, it approved the appointment of Mark McLeod Tew as its trustee in bankruptcy. The company was formal dissolved in 1923 with the sale of the company lands to Frederick T. Smye, Hamiltonian businessman who later became an Ontario MPP until his death in 1930.


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