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The Army and Navy Toilet Club
The Army and Navy Toilet Club

as his father had been. The Board thus strengthened, it was resolved to despatch one of its number to South America where signs of commercial development were apparent, notably in the capital of Argentina, Buenos Aires, where the company had established an agency some years earlier.
    The choice fell upon D. W. McInnes as the most suitable director, on account of his experience and business ability and because his personality enabled him to "put over" Haywards in the right quarters and in the right way. Another reason for this choice was McInnes's wide circle of business associates with connections in that part of the world. Unhappily no sooner had the matter been settled than McInnes was taken ill. He died the following July and once more the main weight of the business fell on the broad shoulders of William Eckstein.