Talking Machine World, June, 1917, p. 39: "Newly incorporated companies in Ontario beng granted a charter, include The Melbaphone Talking Machine Co., Toronto."

Mens Wear Review, September 1917, p. 81: "Mr. J. H. Wildfong, who for thirteen years was sales manager for Gordon, Mackay & Co., Limited, is now manufacturing the Melbaphone in Toronto." (Gordon, Mackay & Co., Limited manufactured the Puri-tone phonograph.)

The Globe (Toronto), September 1, 1917: "The distributors for Canada are the Torcan Fancy Goods Company Limited."

Norman Brooks supplied photographs of an upright Melbaphone.

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Dry Goods Review, June 1917, identifies Torcan Fancy Goods Company Limited, 77 Bay Street, as the principal distributor of the Melbaphone in Toronto.

Dry Goods Review, September 1917, p. 40.

Mens Wear Review, September 1917, p. 81.

Dry Goods Review, December 1917, p. 47.

Bookseller and Stationer, January 1918.

Sherbrooke Daily Record, November 17, 1917, p. 12. P.T. Legaré Limitée is a distributor of the Melbaphone in Sherbrooke, Quebec.

The Evening Mail (Halifax), December 4, 1918, p. 4.

A series of ads by several sellers in the classifieds section of the Toronto Daily Star newspaper from 1918 to 1924 keeps the Melbaphone in the mind of potential buyers of a new or used phonograph.

TDS, August 28, 1918, p. 15, the first mention of a "Melbaphone Store" at 428 Yonge Street in Toronto.

TDS, April 29, 1919, p. 19, a Melbaphone phonograph, in fumed oak, and a mahogany Auronola phonograph are offered for sale at 205 Ossington Ave.

TDS, June 10, 1919, p. 19, a mahogany floor cabinet Melbaphone with 45 records for $80 at 372 Ossington Ave.

TDS, December 13, 1919, p. 20, a brand new, large cabinet rose (mahogany?) Melbaphone is offered for sale from 259 Humberside Ave. For the first time the descriptive phrase "the Music Master" is used for the Melbaphone, not to be confused with the actual Music Master phonograph.

TDS, February 21, 1920, p. 21, another brand new, large cabinet Melbaphone is offered from Humberside - "no triflers entertained!".

TDS, June 26, 1920, p. 17, a slightly used Melbaphone table phonograph - "sell cheap" - is for sale at 1089 Queen St. W.

TDS, October 20, 1920, p. 19, "The greatest gramophone bargain ever offered", a floor cabinet Melbaphone is offered from 259 Humberside.

TDS, December 24, 1924, p. 21, a used oak cabinet Melbaphone gramophone, with records.

TDS, June 14, 1921, p. 22, a cabinet style Melbaphone is listed as a genuine bargain in a sale of slightly used phonographs at R.S. Williams and Sons Company on Yonge Street. This is followed by a similar R.S. Williams ad in the Toronto Daily Star on February 26, 1923, p. 7.

TDS, March 11, 1927, p. 37, a used Melbaphone offered for a mere $10.00 by Heintzman & Co. on Yonge Street.