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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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Hamilton Daily Times

Hamilton Daily Times Ontario, Canada

13 May 1880

the brans, dad r N Maid* • WS by these woo d o .. scowl Hi. at woo is 6 es a the driver. netted ad Th ar a.. H a t s & was lug his del up the laird hear. ups. wpm hi herald we • the .furnace Mr. Wadded who Is attempt et theD.arWa. is tad Wiwi Ow • together

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Hamilton Daily Times

Hamilton Daily Times Ontario, Canada

5 Feb 1874

which the &Pasamiadrel was eoeviated. Mr. Wilson's majority in root Iliad'saea is officially staled to bare bees 44 ; Mr. Shibley'a is Addingtos. 239 ; sad Mr. Ito. ollester's is Carleton. '239 over Mr. Holmes. sad over Mr. Wallace. Sir Joha'a. home urges

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

30 Jan 1889

division, as 33 avenue. His still q uivering when the people the scene, but he did not breathe. lest completed his morning dot minutes before commuting suicide. mrtunate man placed the right ear and fired. The ballet :trough his head, coming out about

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

30 Apr 1892

of all political tints. Mr. Leonard Courtney, M.P., has quite won the hearts of the ladies by his strictly honourable intentions regarding woman's snots. with which he has teen flirting for so long a time. in a clock bill which came before him lately

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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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Hamilton Daily Times

Hamilton Daily Times Ontario, Canada

3 Feb 1883

reeve *Tidwell, *Weer, bad • WPM deal W she* Ms the lei mei—Wald wise eel be_ Mk imbibe ? Her hid aa old lady—bet MIL bow M.S it sines the old lady resided in Nuevo eve Two of three months My facia, all the world le spat three montlte— look now—the prevision

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

29 Sep 1894

trifle above the middle height. His upright, athletic frame, his pallid face and easy movements give him an air of distinction. His manner is that of an Engishman, but The contour of his bead and hill features French. His eyesight bag for .eve& years been

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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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Hamilton Daily Times

Hamilton Daily Times Ontario, Canada

8 Aug 1874

appears to wile Mr : al Ur et tie 111 • United aisles and Spurgees is have bads the two great leaders is Eagles this twittery. Balk hare attained popularity with their own ougnogaldans s wmrld•wide repute• Moe. Mr. Spurgeon recently celebrated his fortieth birthday

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

16 Jul 1892

schools, embrace ten depertments, in I OF S. FRALZIOR. charge of head master J. W. Laird and , nine lady assistants. The average at- without an hour's hesitation the congre- Mr. M. 3. Delmage is clerk. Several a is .1 . 65, and the various schools ',cation

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Hamilton Daily Times

Hamilton Daily Times Ontario, Canada

26 Dec 1884

that—that it meth. Mom mem; Imp • Mr .sus de Mead imp. smarm, we di.; Ms N. lam, then I thug • dips wean at OM my ere, de mos west it WM. Tea an nee. TM the aid Maps the mantel Le Mpg! mine theme I the d 1 p • d my lady be dame, window aid IL I Mat 6s

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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 Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

27 May 1892

without news of his whereabouts, 1 know not. At any rate, Annie was not inconsolable for his loss, me am,•ed herse,: with several love affairs. and finally married Alexander Fergusaon, laird M Craigdarro.m. Fergusson was not a poet, but his estates were

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Toronto Saturday Night

Toronto Saturday Night Ontario, Canada

8 Oct 1898

friends of Mr. Lyon and those of Mr. Kerr. In the first round Mr. Kerr played steadily and well, easily defeating Mr. Mickle of Toronto by 6 up and 4 to play. His next round was against F. G. H. Pattison of Hamilton, and at the conclusion of it Mr. Kerr had

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

2 Sep 1893

mon►rchs Mr. Mackintosh will be the fourth. Me fol- lows Mr. Royal, who took by the work where Mr. Dewdasy lett itarand Mr. Dewdney, It will be remenibered, wee Mr. Laird's successor. The pioneer Ooveroors, Sir Adams Archibs Id, Judge Johnston, and Mr. Morris

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Hamilton Daily Times

Hamilton Daily Times Ontario, Canada

3 Mar 1876

There a differenosin the two cases. The ten thousand dollars Mr. Belknap got for his sale of a contract went into the purse of his wife. The many ten thousands of dollars that Biz John end his fellow conspirators got went into the pockets of Tory wire-pullers

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

16 May 1882

Hamel, Mrs. Hamel, Mi n Hamel, Mr. L. Harrison, Mies Henderson, Mr. E. Holowav, Mr. E. G. Hopkins, Ms Hopkins. Mr. H. S. Howell, Mr. H. M. Haw beraton, Mr. N. Jay, Mr. H. E. Jepson, Mr. E. Joelem, Mr. I). C. Mr.T. Mrs.

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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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