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Subject:  Accidents  Year:  1917  Sort by:  Relevance
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John Ross killed in accident. 
Newspapers  Porcupine Advance, 12 Dec 1917, Section 1, p. 1  ... *See also: 19 Dec 1917....
Funeral arrangements for John Ross. 
Newspapers  Porcupine Advance, 19 Dec 1917, Section 1, p. 7  ... *See also: 12 Dec 1917....
Lorne Presley: Accident with a dynamite cap. 
Newspapers  Porcupine Advance, 13 Jun 1917, Section 1, p. 6 
Mrs. Sheppard burnt making soap at West Dome Mine. 
Newspapers  Porcupine Advance, 3 Oct 1917, Section 1, p. 1 
Ten-year-old McNulty loses fingers. 
Newspapers  Porcupine Advance, 31 Oct 1917, Section 1, p. 3 
Thorkilson, O. - Accident on Cochrane farm 
NewspapersText  "Thorkilson, O. - Accident on Cochrane farm," Porcupine Advance, 26 Jun 1917, Section 1, p. 6 
Sylvanite Mine - Louis Grueby died in accident at mine in Kirkland Lake 
NewspapersText  "Sylvanite Mine - Louis Grueby died in accident at mine in Kirkland Lake," Porcupine Advance, 18 Apr 1917, Section 1, p. 3 
South Porcupine - H. Brinton, editor of the South Porcupine paper, breaks his leg 
NewspapersText  "South Porcupine - H. Brinton, editor of the South Porcupine paper, breaks his leg," Porcupine Advance, 18 Apr 1917, Section 1, p. 8 
Presley, Lorne - Injured with dynamite cap 
NewspapersText  "Presley, Lorne - Injured with dynamite cap," Porcupine Advance, 13 Jun 1917, Section 1, p. 6 
Fire Wipes Out Whole Plant Of Copp Stove Co. 
Newspapers  "Fire Wipes Out Whole Plant Of Copp Stove Co.," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 24 May 1917  Copp Stove Company Ltd. ; Syndicate Avenue ; Empire Avenue ; Manufacturing ; Fire damage ; Fort William Fire Department ; World War I ; WWI ; Great War ; Munitions Manufacturing Full text available on microfilm
City Items 
Newspapers  "City Items," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 17 Jan 1917  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Major J.B. Harstone ; Writes to parents in Port Arthur ; Second in command of railway troops 230th Forestry Battalion ; New military regulations for enlistments Railway accidents ; Derailments ; Hawk Lake ; Near Kenora, On ; Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) Homer...
Alone In House, Child Is Seriously Burned 
Newspapers  "Alone In House, Child Is Seriously Burned," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 18 Jan 1917  Ray Musza (injured) ; 3 years old ; 510 N. Syndicate Avenue Full text available on microfilm
City Items 
Newspapers  "City Items," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 19 Jan 1917  Fire damage ; 1706 Donald Street ; Dan Landry ; 1413 Cuthbertson Place ; R.J. Byrnes residence Full text available on microfilm
Lewis Whitfield Killed By Train 
Newspapers  "Lewis Whitfield Killed By Train," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 20 Jan 1917  Railways ; Railway accidents ; Lewis Whitfield (deceased) ; Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) ; Buda Hill Full text available on microfilm
City Items 
Newspapers  "City Items," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 22 Jan 1917  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Sgt. Jack Burrows (wounded) ; Port Arthur resident ; Returned soldiers ; Burrows to return to Port Arthur ; No unit given Captain E. Stuart George ; Vancouver resident ; Former Fort William resident ; 225th Battalion ; Passes through Lakehead Railways ; Railway...
City Items 
Newspapers  "City Items," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 23 Jan 1917  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Jack McKay (wounded & POW) ; Fort William resident ; Returning soldiers ; To return to Fort William ; No unit given ; Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) Sgt. Walter E. Hogarth ; No.4 Toronto Hospital Corps ; Writes to father in Fort William ; has been offered...
Two Fires 
Newspapers  "Two Fires," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 26 Jan 1917  Fire damage ; Anderson and Company Plumbing Shop ; Donald Street ; 113 South Vickers St. ; Bud Ellis ; Ellis Residence Full text available on microfilm
City Topics 
Newspapers  "City Topics," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 17 Jan 1917  Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve ; W.N. Dixon ; R. McCormack ; Bryant Smith ; Fort William residents ; Latest recruits Pte. Frank Lavigne ; Returned to Port Arthur ; Over age limit ; 52nd Battalion ; 52nd New Ontario Battalion ; A. Tressler returns ;...
City Topics 
Newspapers  "City Topics," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 18 Jan 1917  Ray Muszar (injured) ; Contact with hot kitchen stove ; 510 North Syndicate Avenue Rev. Capt. J.W. Hindley ; Guest lecturer ; Trinity Men's Club Full text available on microfilm
Fort William Man Instantly Killed 
Newspapers  "Fort William Man Instantly Killed," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 20 Jan 1917  Railways ; Railway accidents ; Lewis Whitfield (deceased) ; Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) ; Buda Hill Full text available on microfilm
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