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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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Hamilton Daily Times

Hamilton Daily Times Ontario, Canada

25 Mar 1920

Donald Laird for failure.to pay. Mr. Blakeman was ordered to pay back rates, Bailey allowed to go with a warning, and Laird did not appear, and it he continuos to ignore the court a bench warrant. will be issued. Thomas and Mrs. McKenrte and Mrs. Alfred

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Toronto Saturday Night

Toronto Saturday Night Ontario, Canada

27 Apr 1895

Alvin Curtis, another villain, from New Orleans, who wants money. Curtis pretends that his brother, Mrs. Calhoun's first husband, is still alive, and thus gets her in his power. He bids her meet him down by the cabin at dusk. Jack Calhoun comes along and

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

14 Aug 1890

as IN ins Mr. 81.., d ram% web will the Piro m ud several .'INo fie, reamed Mr. Michael Davi*. bee Met ~Based freer h e rime ever ie aimed steal Whim Mere a Mid 21. /Salmis/Om yeeserday awarded dewed el peed. against Lre item Dams. Mr. dr publisher

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

5 Sep 1893

Quebec, where he spent his holidays. . Mr. John R. Cartwright,Deiputy Attorney-Gem-rob, summered at Cobourg. and is now on duty at his of;ice. . . . Mr. W. B. Varley and Mr. Holloway are on a short ♦isit to CM- TIE SEEKS DAMAGES. Mr. J. W. Wintiett, of the

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Hamilton Daily Times

Hamilton Daily Times Ontario, Canada

10 Jul 1915

Niagara Falls. Mrs. M. Keats. Mrs. Jas. Reid and Miss Marianna, of Jordan, spent Tuesday with Mrs. M. Honsberger. Mr. John Houser Is progressing nicely with his new residence. Mr. S. Overholt has sold some timber to Mr. John Brats. Mrs. M. Tufford has

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Hamilton Daily Times

Hamilton Daily Times Ontario, Canada

21 Feb 1882

dent, Mr. Thos. Attridge, Mr. Charlee Me. Monies, the Vice.Yresideut, woe appointed Chairman. The Secretory and Treasurer. Mr. John Stock, gave in his report, showing balence of 2397.62 en The report was adopted. Mr. Chas. wee elected President; Mr. Yew

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Hamilton Daily Times

Hamilton Daily Times Ontario, Canada

4 Jan 1876

amwa, No or wield • Navy poker. As be went to do; His face sooty, His hands were black, but soft, Ready below to do his duty, He octet went aloft. Jack seldom from poet departed. Except to take the His ship was water.tight-comparted, The sluice wasps care

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

16 Feb 1895

minds of skippers pasaine through the seas where she is adrift. Mr. Gladstone, on both his father's and his mother's side, is Scotch. It was a Clydesdale family that bred him, a line of lairds holding large estates In the sixteenth century. From these sprang

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

28 Jul 1894

es, but as soon as our Mr. Eaton started with his great load to foreign lands to deposit it where it belonged one or two zealous rivals set their sails for revenge, and in the absence of our captain, who was to the best of his ability trying to unload

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

14 Jan 1891

; connection establiand from Van- Brim : Mr. Mrs. Milroy. $10: kw, Romin house Mock. Toronto. co to Halifax ; can have office management 17 Mr . Jabs Lys. ; Master Bons Parsons. pair fowls; a Friend. MO: Mr.. eIENERAL BERV A T A 8 SECOND 'MILLER-IN LAB

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

31 Jul 1890

pain Mr. sad Mrs. Bromley Martin, Sir sad sad highly an- • yam sad pewits, Lady tag inewalow, Lady Delmer% Mr. Hoary Sends, w i t h hi . i Lady Caine, Mr. Berm, Mrs. Maine, Mr. Kee Rankin Meets **aide part, Meted the a ash bk o. J. W. J . s wim . Mr. Hart

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

13 Jan 1891

1.1. C., Mr. Z. A. Lash, Q.C., Mr. aeration. Apply R otten E 43 st• ISSUER OF MAR: Melt •: lassadjani examination at 0 • catalogue D'Aitom McCarthy, Q.C., Mr. Justice Mac- _. Box 1, MAIL otfioe. 1 A ANTED - TOR THE 'PIiOTII33TANT Mahon, Mr. S. H. Risks

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Toronto Saturday Night

Toronto Saturday Night Ontario, Canada

10 Oct 1896

never for a moment expected that the question would be seen': In his pocket and an answer given to it. Hut Miss Fay, with a screen cover►ng her on the stage, called his name, stated his question and wive the sad answer truthfully. He does not live in

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

20 Jun 1891

mixed as to numbers? vary frequently not to be depended spas as to his temper, captious in his drink, and so on. But he s • man, blies you, and, as the min, given privilege of exercising his prerogative in the matter of children, he is legally entitled to

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

19 Aug 1893

6 months old, broke Oct with eczema. it:eking end burning was intense; the eczema spread to his limbs. brunt, face, and head, until he was needy eonpred; his torturing agonise were pitiable to behold ; he had no and but little net t or day. He was order

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

26 Feb 1889

says it t his fault, and his men must look clean. ‘Vell, perhaps it ain't his fault, but it's somebody's fault. Now, in the British service things did not wear out, for they were good things, and if a man was forced to get any , clothing at his own cost

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

18 Jan 1895

(Applause.) He had . quently wanted to know his Ottawa rectors. Another meeting is called for naturally industrious, progreesive, and I h • h t His hap- and interest ng t toug ou . his Lordship Mr. Justice Street. Mr. traversed it from east to west, and he

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Toronto Daily Mail

Toronto Daily Mail Ontario, Canada

26 Mar 1891

mendable .„ I whs. he Mr. Mass- • to the *vides* did realms apse hie Wig u s. -whored, hurt Mr. leek the et a tepees sod die Merles is raw ewe meth. Mr. James Rees. the well-kswee sow tear athlete, and brother of Mr. P. Rms. at the Ottawa Jowled

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Hamilton Daily Times

Hamilton Daily Times Ontario, Canada

7 Oct 1913

can I notice. Mn' observed to the young containing three persons. Mr. arid years to battle- 71 cents a lady who lives next door, that the re. costs but one cent a Bellema:e and Mr. hiassiette frc t. -• T•arl. Inns a sailor. BIM froonently enema% lathona

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