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  • Amusement
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 3 Sep 1852, p. 4     Two hours of my life. Origin of words and phrases. Never too old to learn. anecdotes; jokes; stories; etymology...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 3 Sep 1852, p. 4   Two hours of my life. Origin of words and phrases. Never too old to learn. anecdotes; jokes; stories; etymology...
  • The Exhibition
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 3 Sep 1852, p. 2     The rules of the Provincial Agricultural Exhibition ...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 3 Sep 1852, p. 2   The rules of the Provincial Agricultural Exhibition ...
  • Great fire in Toronto, twenty-six houses burned
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 3 Sep 1852, p. 2     A fire broke out in a stable in the rear of the block of buildings on King street. ...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 3 Sep 1852, p. 2   A fire broke out in a stable in the rear of the block of buildings on King street. ...
  • North York Branch Agricultural Society
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 3 Sep 1852, p. 2     meetings; agriculture...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 3 Sep 1852, p. 2   meetings; agriculture...
  • Legislative proceedings
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 3 Sep 1852, p. 2     Quebec, Tuesday, 31st August legislature; government...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 3 Sep 1852, p. 2   Quebec, Tuesday, 31st August legislature; government...
  • Provincial parliament
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 3 Sep 1852, p. 1     Resolutions proposed in answer to the Speech from the Throne at the opening of the present session. government...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 3 Sep 1852, p. 1   Resolutions proposed in answer to the Speech from the Throne at the opening of the present session. government...
  • Miscellaneous : Visit to Macintosh's caoutchouc factory
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 3 Sep 1852, p. 1     From Tait's Magazine. Concluded. rubber; factories...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 3 Sep 1852, p. 1   From Tait's Magazine. Concluded. rubber; factories...
  • The tomato
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 3 Sep 1852, p. 1     ...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 3 Sep 1852, p. 1   ...
  • Six reasons for planting orchards
    Newspaper  Harkness, Edson, New Era (Newmarket, ON), 3 Sep 1852, p. 1     By Edson Harkness. gardening; farming...
    Newspaper  Harkness, Edson, New Era (Newmarket, ON), 3 Sep 1852, p. 1   By Edson Harkness. gardening; farming...
  • Agriculture : Fancies in farming
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 3 Sep 1852, p. 1     From the Granite Farmer. By Professor J. S. Woodman. People speak of fancies in farming when they mean follies, and too many are apt to give that hard name to everything which they have not seen tried before their own eyes. Now such persons will rarely fail to think they ...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 3 Sep 1852, p. 1   From the Granite Farmer. By Professor J. S. Woodman. People speak of fancies in farming when they mean follies, and too many are apt to give that hard name to ...
  • Hotel for sale. Desirable investment. Railroad Hotel
    NewspaperText  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 4, column 2     Advertisement
    NewspaperText  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 4, column 2   Advertisement
  • Stabbing affray
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 4     A stabbing affray occurred on King Street East, near the Trinity Church. James Ilsly received several cuts on the head. From the Globe. ...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 4   A stabbing affray occurred on King Street East, near the Trinity Church. James Ilsly received several cuts on the head. From the Globe. ...
  • Lunatic asylum tax
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 4     Quebec, Dec. 11, 1854. In Assembly, Mr. Cayley moved for grant for the Lunatic Asylum of Upper Canada at Toronto and for the Lunatic Asylum at Beaufort taxes; government grants...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 4   Quebec, Dec. 11, 1854. In Assembly, Mr. Cayley moved for grant for the Lunatic Asylum of Upper Canada at Toronto and for the Lunatic Asylum at Beaufort taxes; government grants...
  • By telegraph
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 2     Arrival of the Atlantic. Arrival of the Asia. News and items brought by way of telegraph. steamships; international news...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 2   Arrival of the Atlantic. Arrival of the Asia. News and items brought by way of telegraph. steamships; international news...
  • Great fire in Toronto
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 2     The splendid establishment of Jacques & Hay, Cabinet Makers of this City, was burned to the ground on December 29, 1853. ...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 2   The splendid establishment of Jacques & Hay, Cabinet Makers of this City, was burned to the ground on December 29, 1853. ...
  • Foreign and colonial
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 2     The Allied Forces in the Crimea and Black Sea. Supplies by sea and land. Pop goes the Weasel! international news...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 2   The Allied Forces in the Crimea and Black Sea. Supplies by sea and land. Pop goes the Weasel! international news...
  • Township election
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 2     Whitchurch Township elections held, list of nominated candidates included. ...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 2   Whitchurch Township elections held, list of nominated candidates included. ...
  • Local matter
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 2     ...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 2   ...
  • Colonial : The L50,000 stock job
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 1     Grant of L50,000 of stock in the Grand Trunk enterprise given to Mr. Francis Hincks, who denies involvement with decision to allot the stock. ...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 1   Grant of L50,000 of stock in the Grand Trunk enterprise given to Mr. Francis Hincks, who denies involvement with decision to allot the stock. ...
  • Literature
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 1     "The match making mother" - Continued from last week. ...
    Newspaper  New Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Jan 1854, p. 1   "The match making mother" - Continued from last week. ...
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