|HISTORY OF THE CORNWALL CHEESE AND BUTTER BOARD|
The Coulthart Cheese Box Manufacturing Company is one of the largest in Canada, supplying boxes to about forty large factories on the Cornwall, Alexandria and Finch Cheese Boards.
A staff of ten hands are constantly employed for six months of the year in supplying the trade. The output of boxes annually is over 60,000.
Cheese box accessories such as lumber and veneer are manufactured in the factory. The Coultharts, by honesty, integrity and good workmanship, have built up this large and lucrative business, which promises to grow still larger as the cheese business expands.
J. B. Coulthart Cheese Box Manufacturing Plant and Group of Employees, Monklands
Mr. Coulthart is thirty-seven years of age, and a widower. He is the father of two sons. In religion he is a Protestant, in politics a Conservative, and his nationality is Canadian.
The Coulthart Cheese Box Manufacturing Company property is ideally located on the Canadian Pacific Railway. The Company owns several acres to the East of Monklands and employs a staff of skilled mechanics who are paid excellent wages.
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