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The Enterprise Of East Northumberland (1948), 27 Mar 1902 
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The Enterprise Of East Northumberland (1948), 10 Apr 1902 
NewspapersText    ... prices will be as low as good 1 tVU« workmanship will allow. it --- -- A Complete Stock of It It Stoves, Tinware, etc it it - it jj Bicycles ' W. L. Mitchell, *g*gff.-.§ PAT. SEPT., 1900. HPL*' HJf 4-4- 1S without a doubt the best 1 fllS lVl3,ttrCSS made today, and along with all other...
The Enterprise Of East Northumberland (1948), 3 Apr 1902 
NewspapersText    ... as BILLY SPRAGUE, who made a season in the Trenton and Colborne Districts in the Spring of 1900, under the management of A. L. Philp, will again make a season in the above districts this spring under the management of Mr. Cornelius Hubbs. Breeders wishing the services of a first-class stock horse should...
The Enterprise Of East Northumberland (1948), 19 Feb 1903 
NewspapersText    ... established 1900. Don't forget the place* OPPOSITE THE PARK, ONTARIO. ZXrzTJ&m iCOLBORNE, > very laog...
The Enterprise Of East Northumberland (1948), 26 Feb 1903 
NewspapersText    ... REPAIR SHOP. Your watch would he a!! right if you take it to The Watch and Jeweiery Repair Shop. Every watch that has been there is now as sound as a dollar. Thousands of customers proved satisfaction since established 1900. Don't forget the place. OPPOSITE THE PARK, COLBORNE, - ONTARIO. ...
The Enterprise Of East Northumberland (1948), 12 Mar 1903 
NewspapersText    ... RACORD. The placers of the Klondike yielded u-ding to official figures in 1897 $2,250,000 with no machinery and roads, so that transportation very difficult. The output in 3 was $10,000,000, and in 1899 $16,000,000. In 1900, thanks to the employ-ent of machinery and to the fa...
The Enterprise Of East Northumberland (1948), 19 Mar 1903 
NewspapersText    ... cently before a meeting of the tariu Land Surveyors, in which he gave a very graphic descriptii ten-months' journey in 1900, from Edmonton to the Great Slave Lake, and thence to Hudson Bay and return, covering in all a distance of 4,600 miles. The journeys out and homeward were made during...
The Enterprise Of East Northumberland (1948), 5 Mar 1903 
NewspapersText    ... he has never hac 's sick leave, and never lost a duty until January 1, 1900, he attended his wife's inter-one day s leave on tho ground of family distress being obtained. He never changed a single round of duty throughout his lengthy term, and only four times late to work, separate...
The Enterprise Of East Northumberland (1948), 26 Mar 1903 
NewspapersText    ... were floated across the Atlantic, through the Mediterranean, down the Red sea and over the Indian ocean until they were safely landed in the harbor of the i vful India famines of 1897 and 1900 ? I hav. seen it estimated that hundreds thousands of starving and dying natives were physically...
The Enterprise Of East Northumberland (1948), 2 Apr 1903 
NewspapersText    ... reasons, would have been presented some little time ago, was probably suggested by the jewelled map of France that the Czar presented to the French nation in 1900, which tion of that year was added to the treasures of the Louvre. About one yard square in size, this record map took three years to make...
The Enterprise Of East Northumberland (1948), 9 Apr 1903 
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The Enterprise Of East Northumberland (1948), 16 Apr 1903 
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The Enterprise Of East Northumberland (1948), 23 Apr 1903 
NewspapersText    ...®iw (fntcrpvist. COLBORNE, APRIL., 23rd, 1903. Lieutenant Colonel Domville lia been appointed to the Senate in tin place of the late Hon. Mr. Gillnior and was introduced and took bis sea on Monday. The Colonel is not now in Parliament life, but sat in the Housi of Commons from 1896 to 1900 a...
The Enterprise Of East Northumberland (1948), 30 Apr 1903 
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The Enterprise Of East Northumberland (1948), 7 May 1903 
NewspapersText    ... has both government •ivate railroads. The total profits from the former (1,059 •■ 'i in 1902 were about 54,000, 0OO. Of private lines there are 2, 966 miles, and the profits in 1900 were $8,250,000. The govei roads earned $3,7'77 awfulbqy known IS ALFRED FUCHS, BERLIN...
The Enterprise Of East Northumberland (1948), 11 Jun 1903 
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The Enterprise Of East Northumberland (1948), 18 Jun 1903 
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The Enterprise Of East Northumberland (1948), 25 Jun 1903 
NewspapersText    ... Inch held in the Baptist Churcli day evening passed off vei_ fully; the proeeds amounting to $19.00. Mr, B. X. Turney had the tion to loose his horse last week. The animal was in a pasture field near where he was working and was found in the field with its leg broken. Industries are just begining...
The Enterprise Of East Northumberland (1948), 1 Jul 1903 
NewspapersText    ... became Private Secretary to tho Earl of Carnarvon, who was then Colonial Secretary; but. he only succeeded to his present office in 1900. In that year he was on the Royal Commission at tho Paris Eixihibition. Sir Montague, in the course °f 'l's duties at the Colonial Office, helps to plan...
The Enterprise Of East Northumberland (1948), 9 Jul 1903 
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