The ERA: Mewmarket's Digital Newspaper Project
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Universal carrier drive reaches 80 percent mark
 
Newspapers  "Universal carrier drive reaches 80 percent mark ," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 27 Nov 1941, p. 7  Aurora citizens taking keen interest in board promoting universal carrier, the town's war savings monthly objective
Brewery truck burning up  gasoline burns padre up
 
Newspapers  "Brewery truck burning up gasoline burns padre up ," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 20 Nov 1941, p. 1  Rev. W. L. L. Lawrence, Great War padre and former pastor of Trinity United church, addresses group at Tuscan Masonic lodge
Town faces action for township dump nuisance
 
Newspapers  "Town faces action for township dump nuisance ," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 20 Nov 1941, p. 5  J. Reginald Beattie urged Whitchurch township council to take steps to prevent garbage being dumped on neighbour Henry Hill's property
Citizens vote on beer rooms Monday
 
Newspapers  "Citizens vote on beer rooms Monday ," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 27 Nov 1941, p. 1  Beverage room question comes before public Monday, polls open until 8 o'clock in the evening
Full-dress appearance of city lawyers is brief
 
Newspapers  "Full-dress appearance of city lawyers is brief ," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 27 Nov 1941, p. 1  Judge expresses surprise at return of eminent counsel Judge T. H. Barton; J. R. Cartwright, K.C.; Arleigh Armstrong; Ian Strachan, K.C.; Veterans' Clubhouse Association; H.S. Pritchard, secretary of Moderation League
Council acclaimed, woman elected to public school board
 
Newspapers  "Council acclaimed, woman elected to public school board ," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 27 Nov 1941, p. 1 
Acquit aircraft parts maker of defence charge
 
Newspapers  "Acquit aircraft parts maker of defence charge ," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 27 Nov 1941, p. 7  David McNab, superintendent of the Aurora Engineering Co., was acquitted of a charge against the Defence of Canada regulations by Magistrate Compton Jeffs
Good health credited to public health nursing
 
Newspapers  "Good health credited to public health nursing ," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 13 Nov 1941, p. 1  Newmarket parents urge public health nurse for the town
Rural group get 15 books weekly, and return them
 
Newspapers  "Rural group get 15 books weekly, and return them ," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 13 Nov 1941, p. 5  Lorne Scott, of Auroroa Public Library, provides summer and winter reading material for Laskay residents for past ten years
Organize victory chorus, Illtyd Harris is conductor
 
Newspapers  "Organize victory chorus, Illtyd Harris is conductor ," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 13 Nov 1941, p. 5  Illtyd Harris, organist and choirmaster, will act as conductor for "Victory chorus"
Board of Trade re-elects H. L. Aldrich as president
 
Newspapers  "Board of Trade re-elects H. L. Aldrich as president ," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 13 Nov 1941, p. 5 
Trainees are not to vote on Dec. 1, rules appeal court
 
Newspapers  "Trainees are not to vote on Dec. 1, rules appeal court ," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 20 Nov 1941, p. 1  Decision whether trainees are entitled to vote on the question of Newmarket having beverage rooms is upheld by Ontario court of appeal Judge T. H. Barton; Chief Justice Robertson; J. R. Cartwright, K.C.; Arleigh Armstrong
Townships "hope" their market town rejects beer
 
Newspapers  "Townships "hope" their market town rejects beer ," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 20 Nov 1941, p. 1  Northern neighbours say local option has been great benefit Sunday-school assocation of the combined townships of East and North Gwillimbury; Village of Sutton West; Mrs. Perry Winch; Charles Rye
Say public health nurse would save money and health
 
Newspapers  "Say public health nurse would save money and health ," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 6 Nov 1941, p. 1  Home and school president praises M.O.H. in letter citing military camp and crowded homes Ministry of Health; Home and School Association
Handsome gifts flow in for soldiers overseas
 
Newspapers  "Handsome gifts flow in for soldiers overseas ," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 6 Nov 1941, p. 1  Newmarket Veterans' Fund provides soldiers' comforts Newmarket Veterans' overseas comfort fund; Alex. McIntosh, Treasurer
Rowling's tender rejected, new collector is named
 
Newspapers  "Rowling's tender rejected, new collector is named ," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 6 Nov 1941, p. 5  R. E. "Dick" Buchanan was awarded the contract for the collection and removal of town garbage, following Raymond Rowling's resignation
Plan Aurora mixed chorus to aid local war effort
 
Newspapers  "Plan Aurora mixed chorus to aid local war effort ," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 6 Nov 1941, p. 5  Many towns across Canada have formed mixed choruses to aid their local war effort.
Dairy farmers of Canada to have one organization
 
Newspapers  "Dairy farmers of Canada to have one organization ," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 13 Nov 1941, p. 1  Producers withdraw from National Dairy Council Canadian Dairy Farmers Federation; National Dairy Council
Poppy day big success as veterans raise $194
 
Newspapers  "Poppy day big success as veterans raise $194 ," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 13 Nov 1941, p. 1  Co-operation of about 60 taggers and public brings success to fund devoted entirely to welfare work among local veterans
Armstrong appeals ruling trainees not entitled to vote
 
Newspapers  "Armstrong appeals ruling trainees not entitled to vote ," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 6 Nov 1941, p. 1  Arleigh Armstrong, operator of King George hotel, appeals decision by Judge T. H. Barton concerning training camp staff who could be put on the voters' list for the beverage room question
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