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Publication:
Port Arthur News Chronicle, 11 Jun 1917


Description
Media Type:
Newspaper
Description:
Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Pte. R.G. Faulkner ; 52nd Battalion ; 52nd New Ontario Battalion ; Kenora, ON resident ; Returning soldiers ; Returned soldiers ; Passes through Port Arthur en route to Kenora ; Invalided home

Algoma Hotel ; To reopen

Mr. D. McKay ; Rescues two children from drowning ; Current River

Corp. Walter Sibbald ; Third Minnesota Infantry Regiment ; Returns to Fort Snelling ; Was in Fort William visiting brother

Major Huntington ; Leaving Lakehead with another draft for Forestry Battalion ; 230th Forestry Battalion ; Recruitment in Port Arthur, Fort William

Pte. Milton Emery ; Writes to father in Fort Frances, ON ; Slightly wounded in battle ; Expected to be back at the front ; No unit given
Notes:
Full text available on microfilm
Date of Publication:
11 Jun 1917
Subject(s):
Language of Item:
English
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City Topics


Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Pte. R.G. Faulkner ; 52nd Battalion ; 52nd New Ontario Battalion ; Kenora, ON resident ; Returning soldiers ; Returned soldiers ; Passes through Port Arthur en route to Kenora ; Invalided home

Algoma Hotel ; To reopen

Mr. D. McKay ; Rescues two children from drowning ; Current River

Corp. Walter Sibbald ; Third Minnesota Infantry Regiment ; Returns to Fort Snelling ; Was in Fort William visiting brother

Major Huntington ; Leaving Lakehead with another draft for Forestry Battalion ; 230th Forestry Battalion ; Recruitment in Port Arthur, Fort William

Pte. Milton Emery ; Writes to father in Fort Frances, ON ; Slightly wounded in battle ; Expected to be back at the front ; No unit given