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Subject:  Accidents  Year:  1915  Sort by:  Relevance
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Chas. Douborough electrocuted 
NewspapersText  "Chas. Douborough electrocuted," Grimsby Independent, 21 Jul 1915, p. 1  Newspaper located in the Grimsby Museum.
Douborough's death was accidental: telephone wires should be farther apart 
NewspapersText  "Douborough's death was accidental: telephone wires should be farther apart," Grimsby Independent, 28 Jul 1915, p. 1,5  ..."We find that the said Charles Douborough came to his death on July 16, 1915 at the hour of about 11:30 a.m. His death was caused, according to the evidence heard, by accident, while working on a pole of the Dominion Power and Transmission Company, west of the village of Grimsby, opposite...
Fire In M'Intyre Does Much Damage 
Newspapers  "Fire In M'Intyre Does Much Damage," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 28 Jan 1915  A. Kliskila ; McIntyre Township ; Fire damage Full text available on microfilm
Schooner Crete Owned By Davidson And Smith Grain Company Burned 
Newspapers  "Schooner Crete Owned By Davidson And Smith Grain Company Burned," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 14 Jan 1915  Oliver and Smith Grain Co. ; Crete (ship) ; Fire damage Full text available on microfilm
Family Escape From Fire In Night Clothes 
Newspapers  "Family Escape From Fire In Night Clothes," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 4 Feb 1915  W. Teginan ; Teginan Family ; Morse and Dewey Avenues Full text available on microfilm
Sunday Night Fire In Fort William 
Newspapers  "Sunday Night Fire In Fort William," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 8 Feb 1915  Ross Block ; Fire damage ; Russell Bros. Boot and Shoe Store ; Pelletier's Barber Shop ; Simpson Street Full text available on microfilm
Fire In Home On Secord Street 
Newspapers  "Fire In Home On Secord Street," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 18 Feb 1915  Secord Street ; Oscar Kotila ; Fire damage Full text available on microfilm
Wilson Street Has Early Morning Fire 
Newspapers  "Wilson Street Has Early Morning Fire," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 22 Feb 1915  Wilson Street ; H. Ventress ; Fire Damage Full text available on microfilm
Mona Block Is Prey To Sunday Night Fire, But Loss Not Heavy 
Newspapers  "Mona Block Is Prey To Sunday Night Fire, But Loss Not Heavy," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 8 Feb 1915  Mona Block ; Pelletier's Barber Shop ; Russell Bros. Shoe Store ; Simpson Street ; W.J. Ross Full text available on microfilm
Strychnine Was Cause Of Death 
Newspapers  "Strychnine Was Cause Of Death," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 19 Feb 1915  Edward Bartlett ; Fatal dose of Strychnine Full text available on microfilm
Woman Saves Baby At Risk Of Own Life In Bad Fire At Rosslyn 
Newspapers  "Woman Saves Baby At Risk Of Own Life In Bad Fire At Rosslyn," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 3 Mar 1915  Joe Skula ; Skula House ; Rosslyn Village Full text available on microfilm
Two Bad Fires Sunday Morning 
Newspapers  "Two Bad Fires Sunday Morning," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 15 Mar 1915  Plymouth Clothing Store ; Simpson Street ; Neville's Drug Store ; Victoria Avenue ; Cottage Club ; Fire damage Full text available on microfilm
Matthew Ludwick Is Killed In Ry. Track Jammed Between Cars 
Newspapers  "Matthew Ludwick Is Killed In Ry. Track Jammed Between Cars," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 27 Mar 1915  Railways ; Railway Accidents ; Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) ; Matthew Ludwick Full text available on microfilm
Third Fire In Two Month's Time Breaks Out At Ross Block 
Newspapers  "Third Fire In Two Month's Time Breaks Out At Ross Block," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 29 Mar 1915  Ross Block ; Victoria Avenue ; Simpson Street ; Brown's Drug Store ; Star Clothing Store ; W.J. Ross Full text available on microfilm
Fire In Residence On Algoma Street 
Newspapers  "Fire In Residence On Algoma Street," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 3 Mar 1915  Algoma Street ; A.J. McKinnon ; McKinnon Home ; Fire damage Full text available on microfilm
Fire In Campbell - Gibbon Block; 2 Stores Damaged 
Newspapers  "Fire In Campbell - Gibbon Block; 2 Stores Damaged," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 8 Mar 1915  Campbell Block ; Gibbon Block ; R.H. McFarlane's Dry Goods Store ; Cumberland Street ; Messrs, Campbell & Gibbon Grocers ; Campbell and Gibbon Hall ; Fire Damage Full text available on microfilm
Risking His Life, Mr. Eric Johnson, saves Girl But Is Seriously Injured 
Newspapers  "Risking His Life, Mr. Eric Johnson, saves Girl But Is Seriously Injured," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 23 Mar 1915  Eric Johnson ; Mr. and Mrs. Aitkens ; Runaway Horse and Buggy Full text available on microfilm
Family Saved From Fire By Cries Of Infant Child When House In Flames 
Newspapers  "Family Saved From Fire By Cries Of Infant Child When House In Flames," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 25 Mar 1915  Mr. & Mrs. Percy York ; York Family ; Sprague Street ; Empire Avenue ; Fire damage Full text available on microfilm
Fire In C.P.R. Coal On Island No.1 
Newspapers  "Fire In C.P.R. Coal On Island No.1," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 31 Mar 1915  Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) ; CPR Coal Docks ; Coal Industry ; Island No.1 Full text available on microfilm
Ross Block Has Fourth Fire In Two Months 
Newspapers  "Ross Block Has Fourth Fire In Two Months," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 15 Apr 1915  Ross Block ; Simpson Street ; W.H. Staffen Photography Studio Full text available on microfilm
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