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  • County: Ontario, Canada
  • For Years: 1900 - 1949
  • Type: Illustrated

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Toronto Saturday Night

Toronto Saturday Night Ontario, Canada

11 Feb 1905

Thursday evening, February i 6, are: Mrs. W. Mortimer Clark, Mrs. Loudon, Mrs. Ramsay Wright, Mrs. Hutton, Mrs. Fletcher, Lady Meredith, Mrs. Moss, Mrs. Byron E. Walker, Mrs. Baker, Mrs. Alexander, Mrs. Sweny, Mrs. Fasken

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Hamilton Daily Times

Hamilton Daily Times Ontario, Canada

2 Jun 1915

great chum of his, Bobby; why don't yon hunt him up 'Suppose I have tried?' says Lord Robert, quietly. No! Really? And no good? No, assents Lord Robert. I ask- ed Lady Carton—here she is, by the way! And be takes coif his hat, as lady Carton drives

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Toronto Saturday Night

Toronto Saturday Night Ontario, Canada

2 Jan 1909

AN interesting visitor in Toronto this week was Mr. Donald Gillies, Hudson's Bay Company factor at Fort George. Mr. Gillies, who left that post last August, is on his way to Scotland, and will sail by the company's supply boat. When interviewed by one

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Toronto Saturday Night

Toronto Saturday Night Ontario, Canada

4 Sep 1909

Warwick, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Wyld, Mrs. Sheard, Mr. Paul Sheard, Mrs. and Miss Winett, His Worship the Mayor, Mrs. and Miss Oliver, Mr. McNaught. Mrs. Tudhope, Mrs. D. King Smith, Mrs. Cummings, Mrs. McLaughlin, View article

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Toronto Saturday Night

Toronto Saturday Night Ontario, Canada

16 Oct 1909

Denison, Dr. and Mrs. Elliott Brown, Dr. Ryerson, Mrs. Grasett, Miss Grasett, Mrs. Cross, Dr. and Miss McMurchy, Mrs. R. A. Smith, Mrs. Wedd, Mr. and Mrs. McLaughlin, Mr. and Mrs. H. Alley, Mrs. Maram, Miss Nordheimer, Mrs. Mc- Kenzie, View article

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Toronto Saturday Night

Toronto Saturday Night Ontario, Canada

19 Oct 1901

And Is this your son A Highland laird who could not afford to keep his own piper was accustomed to employ the village piper when he had company. On one occasion. through some oversight. Donald had not been given his preliminary glass of whiskey before

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Toronto Saturday Night

Toronto Saturday Night Ontario, Canada

26 Dec 1908

Grantham, Mrs. McGregor Young, Mrs. Arthur Spragge, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Osier, Mr. and Mrs. Ewart Osborne, Mrs. R. A. Smith, Miss Milne, Mr. Heward, Mr. Cronyn, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Christie, Mr. and View article

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Hamilton Daily Times

Hamilton Daily Times Ontario, Canada

30 Jun 1913

Jackson, E. J. Jackson, W. C. Jackson, V. C. Jack, John P. (BI• Kern, Mrs. J. A. Kunnerr. 1)on (late of :Montreal). Kelly, Pat. Kerr, Mrs. John A. Klaus, Mrs. M. (late of Berlinl. Laird, Wm. (2). Langton, airs. F. Lewis, John R. McDonald. G. F. Maclure,

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Hamilton Daily Times

Hamilton Daily Times Ontario, Canada

1 Mar 1913

McCurdy, W. J. Kerr and Mrs. F. W. Vilatte. GRIMSBY. A meeting of the W. C. T. U. taken place at the home of Mrs. Wardell, Depot street, on Tuesday afternoon. Mr. A. F. Hawke, had the misfortime to fall while walking over a cake of at his farm on Tuesday, breaking

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Toronto Saturday Night

Toronto Saturday Night Ontario, Canada

13 Jan 1906

came home to his own land, where he became the very center and chief of the Reformers. He was at this time a widower, and free to devote his whole energies to the cause. The Laird of Ochiltree, with his lady and most of the household, were his devoted adherents

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Toronto Saturday Night

Toronto Saturday Night Ontario, Canada

6 Jul 1907

Toronto folk down there arc Mrs. Flolte and her sons, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Watt, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lee, Chevalier and Madame De Diaz Alhertini. Mrs. Drynap and her little ones, Mr. and Mrs. John Dick, and Captain and Mrs. Walker. Mrs. and Miss Meta Macbeth

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Toronto Saturday Night

Toronto Saturday Night Ontario, Canada

20 Jun 1903

most about him is his enthusiasm over his discovery of the Ten Commandments. In his Outre Mer, Paul Bourget declared that life can never get entirely dull to the American, because whenever he cannot strike any other way to put in his time, he can always

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Toronto Saturday Night

Toronto Saturday Night Ontario, Canada

10 Sep 1904

ons of his domestic affairs when he is informed that there are seven too many of Mrs. Ki Ram afford a good deal of genuine amusement, although his post-convivial sufferings are rather too realistic for any performance but cheap vaudeville. Mr. George

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Toronto Saturday Night

Toronto Saturday Night Ontario, Canada

30 Mar 1907

and Mrs. Wright, Mr. P. C. Larkin and Mrs. Larkin, Mr. A. Laird and Mrs. Laird, Dr. Grasett, Dr. Riordan and Mrs. Riordan, Dr. McPhedran and Mrs. McPhedran, Mr. E. H. Keating and Mrs. Keating, Mrs. Hardy, View article

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Hamilton Daily Times

Hamilton Daily Times Ontario, Canada

6 Nov 1915

Vienna, and after his meeting with the emperor he wrote to a friend: ''The young ruler of this country hat, impressed me very agreeably. He has the fire of his twenty years combined with the dignity and soberness of mature age. His eyes are beautiful

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Toronto Saturday Night

Toronto Saturday Night Ontario, Canada

16 Oct 1909

bad as a Scotch laird at St. Andrews. The St. Andrews caddies are all old men, and one day when this laird was in especially bad form, his caddie, after nine holes of missed shots and putts, shook his gray old head, surrendered the laird's bag of clubs

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Hamilton Daily Times

Hamilton Daily Times Ontario, Canada

21 Aug 1915

followed by in the street in his black and red uni- the significance of one of the most dra- ninety-nine per cent. of the Boer peo- laird lost his beautiful wife torn from which is being discussed by a great form. a lady pointed him out to anoth- off

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Toronto Saturday Night

Toronto Saturday Night Ontario, Canada

24 Oct 1908

are regarded. An amusing example is given in Dean Ramsay's Reminiscences. A certain Stirling laird had annoyed his clergyman by dilatoriness in paying his teinds, or tithe, and was admonished that he must pay up at the proper time. Next term the money

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Hamilton Daily Times

Hamilton Daily Times Ontario, Canada

2 Nov 1915

Business Has Been Costly From Start. Ottae a. Nor. The diplomatic statement of Mr. D. A. Thomas, repret.en tat I e of Mr. Llov d-tleorge, Brit- Ister of Munitions, given W the Press his departure yea' erdal. ' no at Dractleall deEbaet Cahadian Committee. Air

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Toronto Saturday Night

Toronto Saturday Night Ontario, Canada

18 Dec 1909

patronesses were Mrs. Gibson, Mrs. Falconer, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Reeve, Mrs. Primrose, Mrs. Ramsay Wright, Mrs. Adam Wright, Mrs. J. F. W. Ross, Mrs. Allan Baines, Mrs. Machell, Mrs. J. N. E. Brown, Mrs. Thistle, View article

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