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Toronto Saturday Night

Toronto Saturday Night Ontario, Canada

19 Feb 1910

threads of his new work, under his J. Paul, Mr. R. H. McElroy, Mr. J. H. Devitt, and Mr. G. 11. l'harand. Mrs. Denison returned on Wednesday from a visit to Lady Bourinot in Ottawa. On Thursday of last week a deightful tea was given by Mrs. W. T. White

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Toronto Saturday Night

Toronto Saturday Night Ontario, Canada

25 Jul 1903

Springs: Mr. C. G. Beatty, Hamilton; Miss K Mills, Mrs. George Hamilton. Mrs. Mercy Crone, Toronto: Mr. F. Flynn Wixon and wife, Ingersoll; Mr. C. Hogarth. Toronto; Mr. George B. Carr. St. Louis. Mo.; Mr. P. K. Perry, Mr. T. M. Cleary, Toronto; Mr. and Mrs

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Toronto Saturday Night

Toronto Saturday Night Ontario, Canada

28 Jul 1900

Berger, will devote his time to other attractions under his management. Mr. Gilbert's attempt to restrain Miss Janette Steer from performing Pygmalion and Galatea. because she added some words to her part and did not follow his sta-te directions. has

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Toronto Saturday Night

Toronto Saturday Night Ontario, Canada

23 Mar 1907

including Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Christie, Mr. and Mrs. Har. Beatty, Miss Lillian Lee, Mr. and Mrs. W. McLean, and some others. In the stalls were also Mrs. Hardy. Dr. Hardy, Miss Edith Dixon, Miss Sinclair, Mr. Arthur Jarvis, Miss Enid Wornum, Mr. Fitz Gibbon

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

6 Jul 1885

uther Women of the Pe pIC. Lord RUSSELL, in his Life of Fox, says : The Duchess of DEVONSHIRE for Mr. Fox, and contributed greatly by her charms, her activity, and her zeal to gain the electors to his side. `• At the end of the election there

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Hamilton Daily Times

Hamilton Daily Times Ontario, Canada

27 Feb 1877

present His Worship Mayor Elven in the chair, Aldermen Morgan, Barry, Menlo. Lees, Mills, Foster, Browns. Bent, Wilson, Fitzpatriek, Lie, Cermallen, Holly, Masking, McLellan, and Pep. Mr. Jade Hills, Assistant City Clerk, in the abeam* of Mr. Bu slay

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

24 Sep 1892

Little. Galt: 2. II Hood. i;uelph ; 3„, Laird. Guelph. Filly or gelding. 1 year old-John Elliott. Maroon. Brood mare, with feel by her A Wallace: I. H tarter: 3, Georpe Laird. Foal of A Wallace; 3, H Latter; 3, Geo laird. of general hoceee-H 0 & 3 L Clark;

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Hamilton Daily Times

Hamilton Daily Times Ontario, Canada

15 Feb 1913

Wiilienn. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Jar• vie. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Eaton, Mr. and Mr, F Harcourt, Hon. Justice and Mrs • Kelly. Hon. Mr. and Mrs. Hearst, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. George, Mr. and Mrs. A. D.

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Toronto Saturday Night

Toronto Saturday Night Ontario, Canada

8 Nov 1902

served for the last forty-three ' , tars, Mr. Bartram decided to make Toronto his future abode on account of its superior educational facilities fu: his family. Mrs. Bartram will be at home on Fridays. Mr. and Mrs. Vallean of Huron street have left for Ca

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Hamilton Daily Times

Hamilton Daily Times Ontario, Canada

27 Mar 1882

el either or m. 0.. who we .is SPRING that Geoeral Laird. who lima .1 0 fte . wt se. „eta. uya do. .4. land on April let, the ems risme= Lady Balfour, will not Mars be Charde. Tom mo m Lady Balfour left that morning airt=blia;b•the'spi:iurlge

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Toronto Saturday Night

Toronto Saturday Night Ontario, Canada

30 Jul 1892

under s firm but considerate master is a very excellent groom. He knows that his own situation is dependent on the con-1 dition of his charge and it is therefore entirely to his interest that it is well fed and well groomed. When you have more than one

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

25 May 1887

156 lbs I/fr. Ward, 1 Mr. A. Smith's ch. c. Chasidim, S Thunderstorm, 166 lbs. (Mr. 1 Mr. A. Ordeals' Q g. Cyclone, aged, by As. mummer. 170 lbs. (Owner, 3 Bart Walker's g. Pasinsbeker, aged, 175 tine. E l overt (Mr. J. H. Maid) 0 Mr. F. A. tenspbeile eh

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

25 May 1891

Patterson. Mr and Mrs Fuller, Mr John Scully, Mrs Smilly, Mr Mort:Sr. Miss Sullivan. Kingston: Mr J Sloan. Mr Samuels, Judge Morson Mr Justice Robertson. A W Smith and ladies, Mr H Davies and ladies. Mr Roddy Plagle. View article

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Toronto Saturday Night

Toronto Saturday Night Ontario, Canada

5 Mar 1910

Bagley, only daughter of Mrs. J. E. Bagley, and of the lat e Rev. J. E. Bggley. formerly of Boston. Mass.. U.S., to Mr. G. Gordon Laird. of Toronto. Mr. and Mrs. Keefer. of Ottawa. are visiting their (laughter, Mrs. George Sweeny. Mrs. Nordheimer, of Glenedyth

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Hamilton Daily Times

Hamilton Daily Times Ontario, Canada

1 Sep 1877

advance guard, a Lieutenant who had observed the Bumiane ambushed in the forest, approached his General, and announced his disoovery. The General replied by drawing his sword, which he thrall through the neck of the Lieutenant, saying, What ! you are afraid

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

4 Mar 1893

of down on his blushing cheeks, who trembled every time he put his arm round my waist. Johannes Wolff, wbo is delighting us with his beautiful music just now, was violinist to the King of Holland, and the holder of many honours apart from his exquisite

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

27 Dec 1890

dance In the vineyard. It Is not to be wondered at that people area misled. Do you know. said Mrs. simper,. as the pnvate car la which eke travels with Mr. Stanley toed on Ito way from Niagara Palls to reeonto. I bars been Motion forward to my visit

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

24 Oct 1889

chaos in his brother's affairs. As told in MAIL, the Rev. Father has already suffered pretty severely for his brother's misdeeds, but is sprain as if his fraternal forgiveness has not been exhausted. He bad an interview with one of the ladies whose funds

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

25 Feb 1882

warmly orating against Mr. Bradlaugh, caught a near neighbour Mr. Ilichie, M.P., a lovely back-bander in his excitement, and narrowly escaped giving him at the same time A SLACK as be vigorously pounded away and gesticulated on his subject. This relieved

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Toronto Saturday Night

Toronto Saturday Night Ontario, Canada

2 Oct 1909

visikor has something further to say about the charming little tea boudoir where Mrs. Fraser, Mrs. D. W. Alexander, Mrs. McMurray, Mrs. Burritt, and the smart Hamilton ladies are such thoughtful and gracious hostesses. It really needs an outsider occasionally

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