Business: Business Notes, Aug. 30, 1926

The Hudson's Bay Co., British joint stock association, which from 1670 to 1859 held exclusive exploitation rights in what is now Canada, still endures. It still remains the sole contact with civilization which many a far north community has. Last week it acquired the trading rights of Moravian missionaries among the grim fishermen of Labrador, bleak 400-mile fringe of northeast North America. Recent explorations indicate that the Labrador hinterland holds high hydro-electric power stores.

Shriven Banks. Nine Georgia Banks—at Cornelia, Demorest, Clarkesville, Ashburn, Hazelhurst, Whigham, Cochran, Sycamore and Lakewood—resumed business last week....

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