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Yaeyama Shinpo 1924-08-21
12019-11-18T15:46:56-05:00Kate McDonald306bb1134bc892ab2ada669bed7aecb100ef7d5f359The copy of Yaeyama Shinpo (August 21, 1924)plain2021-07-22T04:13:24-04:00Ishigaki Municipal Library, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan2019082313330520190823133305Copyright undeterminedHiroko MatsudaHM-0008Hiroko Matsudadcd719582014fb85f4ce73292fca95ce698fbfa9
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12019-11-18T15:46:56-05:00Business across the border13plain2021-10-07T11:33:09-04:0025.0383, 121.5641Taipei24.3333, 124.1500Ishigaki08/21/1924Hiroko Matsuda
This advertisement appeared in the local newspaper Yaeyama News (Yaeyama shinpō) on August 21, 1924.
It promotes a new cold remedy and new medicine for stomach troubles.
It says that these medicines are available not only at the selling agency in Taipei, but also in the retail shop in Ishigaki Island.
It was not unusual for new goods and products to be introduced by agents in colonial Taipei, and then sold by branch and retail shops in Ishigaki Island.