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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

27 Dec 1888

action. Mr. D.Coemoe took the floor to talk against time. He talked for three hours and est down exhausted. Mr. McClure followed. It had been planned that the two should re• have each other, and when one got through the other should take his place. Mr. acClure

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

6 Jan 1885

the St. Lawrence hall has set an ex. aiiipl2 to hotel proprietors worthy their attenti,n. Mr. Mackie does not study expense, but prefers rather the comfort of his patrons; hems just had fitted upon the ground floor three self-acting dry eartn closets witn

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Hamilton Daily Times

Hamilton Daily Times Ontario, Canada

25 May 1878

the same to call on the Laird of Craionyle (on llsemide), and hearing that the Leal had started a brick-work on his property, the opened the Bullion by kindly asking, Well, Mr. Gordon, inn bow do your bricks come , The Laird. who was • simple-minded

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

25 Jan 1887

will be buried. Mr. Gigault, late Conservative member for Renville, is aid to have Waned Dunifeet* to his constituents declaring his intou• tint, to support. Mr. Blake and the Literal party. This will gain him the support of Nationalists. Mr. Laurier, speaking

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Hamilton Daily Times

Hamilton Daily Times Ontario, Canada

29 Dec 1879

0 MILLINERY 1 these Mammoth Met to to Most miry TORONTO. by Mr. Chief Julies Moss am Wand tope of stability to war tit Co so aa to Mr Ni mesa by so ■'Mai. win •• from depertment enothee. His moles samplos pope. Mb 15.,. 33 sumo Id WWI H t. G e m t o b

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

6 Nov 1888

was admirable and perfect in his pert : as one of the foremost of actors his receutiou lost evening only in accord with his deserts, hut it must have been • compliment even to him. Mr. Harry Edwards, as Bishop Gardiner, and Mr. Rob. erteou. as Simon Renard

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Hamilton Daily Times

Hamilton Daily Times Ontario, Canada

1 Oct 1874

TELEGRAPHIC. Despatches. • Mlle Maestri. /Mod Mr Mrs- Mt,/k4 *ow 16M-46m. M 5. O 311.—Mrs Adis amass this swain collie Wrest as k Dr. 8q lbs of Mails w It 119.-11 is Ss bad awl T. Massa is taw patina 0* L-41 sprig &host& from M Biro* Plot mays that

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

6 Jun 1890

directed Mr. Teeter. If Mr. Fester were to take aroma for libel. weld being perfect legal proof to w►em t►e doperiateedeat'a remark! were slated at. Mr. SELL ssiedte7Prealdent if it was a feet that the W. C. T. U. mid Lady bad misdessed Mr. Fosser's amiss

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

25 Mar 1887

Mr. Searth'e Election for Winnipeg Pro. teateil—Mr. Mcnowall's Majority In Saskatehewan—Seedlng In Southern Manitoba —The Salvation Army Oampalffs—laiple_ Darned. Our Ow Wriewirgo, March 24.—Miss Bernier and Miss Jean, two St.. Bonita°e young ladies,

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

17 Jul 1882

Toomey settled with Mr. James Pony and secured a withdrawal of the criminal prosecution againat him for embezzlement than Mr. Winans, of Winans tc Co., of Toronto, appnleil in town on Thursday of last week and bail a warrant issued for his arrest on a charge

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Hamilton Daily Times

Hamilton Daily Times Ontario, Canada

10 Nov 1873

the vie A 6 rims WI rid. • thy bogs slobs% and sod • favorite with NM% last pert his stay ia She old my bishops gra* slanged. la his • sod meted his Mande as ternirly, last by himself, mompasiod by • same white dreyboand. Tins eitraordiaary sad q

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Hamilton Daily Times

Hamilton Daily Times Ontario, Canada

4 Apr 1885

MR TIMIS Al.l. ▪ meeaerff lentway is • Male, be teemed, rye the We Mw is the weld ; we make the heel has the girths ream Mss bees% Ms the Mr. said f addition to MP they don't the I remember lime 1 wen 151 et the wen ties. I worth et eiaMta and ph

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Toronto Saturday Night

Toronto Saturday Night Ontario, Canada

7 Apr 1906

The guests were Lady Thompson, Mrs. Charles Moss, Mrs. Falconbridge, Mrs. G. R. R. Cockburn, Mrs. Hemming, Mrs. Arthurs, Mrs. Austin, Mrs. E. F. B. Johnston, Mrs. Timmerman, Mrs. Le- Febre and Mrs. Gibson of Vancouver, Mrs.

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Hamilton Daily Times

Hamilton Daily Times Ontario, Canada

1 Jun 1885

it wow d sawed as ,mew his was any wed row say they Naalma divides& • 1 I. 'S GOODS STORE, 111. wad ; sow wire ben a Made r e m t tat a wish Me salad Willi hit olio Lead Ale:soder 4 Street Eau. -AT- Wit Na is • the k m :i s , Mrs us Wilma American so

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Hamilton Daily Times

Hamilton Daily Times Ontario, Canada

6 Mar 1884

any blade by pipe. Wet bunt.•• —Mr.Chas. Buns, o:and President, and Mr. 8. Byrne, Grand Beeretary of W. Emerald Assoeirillonmers shown the principal It In shin city Pas morning, and left far Toronto on the noon train. —Mr. W. C. Toys, who lives u 137 hillier;

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Toronto Saturday Night

Toronto Saturday Night Ontario, Canada

29 Aug 1896

artists have a room to themselves. liens are liontney's portrait of the Mrs. Wright. full of quiet dignity, the seeming to have loot little in freshness of r.►hw:Sir Joshua Reynolds' of Lady Spencer, the figure of a young girl In profile. seated, 1 it h head

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

3 Jan 1888

ALD. ROGERS' JAEICTING. MR. CLARKE•S ADDRESS. When it had been ascertained that Mr. Clarke was the elect for the Mayoralty for he addressed the electors from the News office, where an immense crowd bad assembled. Mr. Clarke's appearance at the window

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Hamilton Daily Times

Hamilton Daily Times Ontario, Canada

16 Nov 1912

LATE MR. W. M. RAMSAY. Mr. Wliliam Miller Ramsay, whose death occurred in Montreal tbis week, and who was buried yesterday, was a brother of Mr. A. G. Ramsay, formerly manager of the Canada Life Assurance Company. He' was known as The Laird, and was

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

15 Jun 1889

for Rev. Mr. Mc Kel vie Queen's Colege Monetary So ciety for Outfit and tislary of Dr. Smith . .. 2,400 00 Knox Alumni. for Mr. Goforth. 1.'.00 00 Toronto. St. Andrew s. for Rev. Dr. Heckmann 1.900 London, St. Andrew's, for Rev. Mr. Laird ..

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Hamilton Daily Times

Hamilton Daily Times Ontario, Canada

12 Jan 1875

the girl had only ben in Mrs. Jones service shout two weeks. and pr,,seviteil for stealing. Mrs. Jones gave her a very bail name for honesty to-lay. His Worship, of course, dismissed the ease at ogee, and said be was sorry that Mrs. 'own hail been put to

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