Betty found this Banfield letter head in 2014 (courtesy Bill and Betty Pratt collection):
Cheryl Wright found the following photo of 370 Pape ("Pope"[sic]) circa 1917 at http://www.british-immigrants-in-montreal.com/w-h-banfield.html
Text from http://newspaperarchive.com/ca/manitoba/winnipeg/winnipeg-free-press/1920/03-22/page-6
Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - March 22, 1920, Winnipeg, Manitoba
An Incomparable Entertainer Brings the fun and fascination of the newest dance magic into Canadian homes this year
the Stewart Phonograph will bring fun and happiness the bubbling cheer of the liveliest music When the young folks
call eagerly for the the Stewart is always the bewitching the newest or the oldtime waltz A veritable fountain of
an amazing volume of true Yet this musical marvel costs but You can carry it from room to Have it on the verandah
in Take it to your summer Carry it in the car or canoe It is the universal entertainer You must hear to realize
what revolution it has brought Plays All Makes of Records Displayed in the windows and on the counters of stores
Hear the Stewart play your favorite any any any size Universal Scientific speed the last A smoothrunning to play
two 10inch records with one Beautiful and durable finish a Mahogany enamel with nickel A veritable musical marvel
this welcome entertainer to rich and poor alike Hear SE ST 6T C De M 230 The Stewart phonograph is made in Can
It is sold all the world Its phenomenal success proves its absolute At any should you require a replacement your
Stewart phonograph need not be idle for many We can meet service demands of every PHONOGRAPH For Sale Book and Hardware
Stores 8cnd direct to us delivery STEWART PHONOGRAPH LIMITED TORONTO
"Presto", December 16, 1922 pg. 21:
Banfield seems to have gone on to produce parts and even other machines themselves. A separate CAPP entry will be made for Banfield's other phonograph products such as "Alethophonic" (of which there is an example in The Musee des Ondes Emile Berliner in Montreal) and "The Golden Throated International".
There is a Canadian patent from 1921 under the name "Harry Sommerville Banfield" (H.S. from the letter head?) which has a drawing that looks like the Stewart.
Talking Machine World, April 1919, p.53. Announcement to the music trade that the Stewart phonograph would be manufactured in Canada.
Canadian Music Trades Journal, May, 1919, p. 78:
Farmer's Magazine, 1920:
Toronto Daily Star April 26, 1920 pg. 6
Morning Leader May 22, 1920:
The Stewart phonograph was advertised extensively by Simpson's department store in its catalogue and in advertisements in Toronto newspapers. This is a Simpson's ad in the Toronto Daily Star, April 12, 1920, p. 24. Note: "The Stewart Phonograph is made in Canada".
Another Simpson's ad in the Toronto Daily Star, May 17, 1921, p. 11.
Their ad in the Toronto Daily Star, April 2, 1923, p. 15, was not for the portable Stewart but for a small, inexpensive upright phonograph that I would not have connected to the Stewart company.
Stewart was still advertising its portable as late as 1926 in the Eaton's Catalog.
Two machines from the collection of Domenic Di Bernardo (pics by Cheryl Wright)--one the usual fake wood finish, the other in gold. Labelled "Stewart Phonograph Corp. Ltd Toronto Canada" this is a mahogany-lithographed tin-plate model with a carrying case. On top were nickel trimmings. It has a single-spring motor, a 10-inch turntable and can play two records with one winding. The reproducer pivots forward to play vertical-cut discs. Mike Bryan believes the mahogany case was typical of those made in Toronto, whereas the green or cream probably came from Chicago. Domenic Dibernardo has a gold-coloured case.
In December, 2018 I bought a cleaner Canadian version! I also took a picture at the Banfield sight. Below I have also added a recording of the machine!!!!
Click here to hear and see this machine: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gd7hFq2Gs_c&t=28s