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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

6 Jul 1894

preferred against Mr. Tureotte, were not proved, and that the eomtnittee report forthwith the evidence adduced to the House of Commons. Ile contended that Mr. Prevost obtained the contrace with the Government in goal faith, and got his supplies from Nlr

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Toronto Saturday Night

Toronto Saturday Night Ontario, Canada

21 May 1898

Toronto; Mr. and Mrs. John Milne, Toronto Junction; Mr. and Mrs. A. Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. John McComb, Mrs. Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gough, Montreal ; Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Davis, Mrs. J. Davi N Misses Alexia and Mabel

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

12 Jan 1891

the position of his predecessor. What annoys it is that Mr. BLAINE is charged with having beaten a retreat. It cannot, of course, and does not, deny that his present position is precisely that which Mr. BAYARD took. Its claim is that Mr. BLAINE has never

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

5 Apr 1887

Bowman, his wife and three children and his father, and of the six Mr. and Mrs. Bowman, one child and Mr. Bowman's father were saved. One girl about five years of age and one boy 14 years old were drowned. The next pert of the row was occupied by Mr. McLean

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

2 Jul 1886

M. Hendement, Mr. Becher, Q.C., and Mrs. Becher (Loudon), Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nordheimer, Shelton and Mrs. Fuller (Woodstock), Miss Smith, Miss Christie, Mr. and Mrt. T. C. Patteson, Mrs. Palmer (San Francisco), Mr. and Mrs. Winstanky, Mr. Charles (Woodstock)

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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 Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

27 Oct 1894

to be her property. The prisoner resumed his seat with an expression of relief, and sat with his enormous hands alternately crossed in front of him or supporting his head with elbow on the arm of his chair. Mr. Angus McLean, the engineer, of Ailsa Craig

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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 Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

7 Oct 1889

this charge. Then it became a qualm; whether or not Rena was a sneak. Thlrpoint was thus argued : Mr. R Hy Is a sneak. Mr. M Mr. you be is. Mr. bay be is Mr. have Loewe him longer than yea have ; I knew him better. 80. in reality the couatry is only getting

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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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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

6 Jun 1890

telt, sad weld yet he a the lead. Mr. Rau. wee the speaker. Me his may way they had stood by is the ..seat, sea lulled ea all Meade el the eases to prepare ter the sett fight. The R. R. A. had ogees to stay. was deeply Mr. Armour far way had stack by Was

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Hamilton Daily Times

Hamilton Daily Times Ontario, Canada

11 Apr 1876

gentleman would not proceed with his motion to-day. Mr. Hrramit agreed to this. Mr. Lasosvrx called attention to a mistake in the form of a contract by which six times more timber than was required had been purchased for a pier. Mr. explained that the contract

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Hamilton Daily Times

Hamilton Daily Times Ontario, Canada

7 Nov 1873

protestacti el the 13th of Ague remained to ale of the rights ; Mr. Blake magaifinst warm kit the Mien- Mrial defecce • poled wreck ; the decks , ages seeds by Mr. D. A. Smith. of tan. sad Mr. Laird, of Poises Edward that they vote with the Opp. onion took

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

23 Jun 1882

shark dapper. nadigaided, aad has li is or in his disposition. The secret of his success lies in his coolness and courage, his habit of working while his rivals are talking, and hut clean, honest retard- His wife was, some years before he 'parried her,

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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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