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  • PERE, P. - Convicted for illegal gold possession
    NewspaperText  Porcupine Advance, 19 Jun 1918, p. 1     ...
    NewspaperText  Porcupine Advance, 19 Jun 1918, p. 1   ...
  • LAMOTHE, LOUIS ANDRE - Convicted for armed robbery
    NewspaperText  Porcupine Advance, 18 Dec 1918, Section 1, p. 3     ...
    NewspaperText  Porcupine Advance, 18 Dec 1918, Section 1, p. 3   ...
  • Brings Suit Against City
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 8 Oct 1918     Mary Goudet ; Injured at West Algoma Agricultural Fair ; Struck by running horse ; Files suit for damages against City of Port Arthur ; Suit against city for $100
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 8 Oct 1918   Mary Goudet ; Injured at West Algoma Agricultural Fair ; Struck by running horse ; Files suit for damages against City of Port Arthur ; Suit against city for $100
  • Port Arthur Couple Sent To Penitentiary For Bigamy
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 5 Jun 1918     Robert Ebert (sentenced two years in prison) ; Miss Frances O'Connell (sentenced to one year in prison) ; Contracted a bigamous marriage ; Port Arthur residents
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 5 Jun 1918   Robert Ebert (sentenced two years in prison) ; Miss Frances O'Connell (sentenced to one year in prison) ; Contracted a bigamous marriage ; Port Arthur residents
  • Port Arthur Couple Get Jail Terms For Marrying Too Often
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 6 Jun 1918     Robert Ebert (sentenced two years in prison) ; Miss Frances O'Connell (sentenced to one year in prison) ; Contracted a bigamous marriage ; Port Arthur residents
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 6 Jun 1918   Robert Ebert (sentenced two years in prison) ; Miss Frances O'Connell (sentenced to one year in prison) ; Contracted a bigamous marriage ; Port Arthur residents
  • In The Two Cities
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 30 May 1918     Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Tony Karcharik ; Enemy alien ; Failure to register ; Fined
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 30 May 1918   Great War ; World War I ; WWI ; Tony Karcharik ; Enemy alien ; Failure to register ; Fined
  • M'Brady Trial To Start Monday
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 23 Mar 1918     Trial begins ; Man charged with murder ; Shot son ; Died of wounds ; William McBrady (Charged) ; Robert Louis McBrady (Victim)
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 23 Mar 1918   Trial begins ; Man charged with murder ; Shot son ; Died of wounds ; William McBrady (Charged) ; Robert Louis McBrady (Victim)
  • Judge's Ruling In Elevator Company Appeal Reversed City Wins On Its Appeal
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 20 Mar 1918     Davidson-Smith Co. ; Davidson Smith Co. ; City of Port Arthur
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 20 Mar 1918   Davidson-Smith Co. ; Davidson Smith Co. ; City of Port Arthur
  • Goes For Murder Charge
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 28 Aug 1918     Sioux Lookout, ON ; Joe Stoss (victim) ; Joseph Stoss ; Manuel Niemi (arrested for murder in Port Arthur) ; Robbery possible motive ; Poker game dispute
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 28 Aug 1918   Sioux Lookout, ON ; Joe Stoss (victim) ; Joseph Stoss ; Manuel Niemi (arrested for murder in Port Arthur) ; Robbery possible motive ; Poker game dispute
  • Inspector H.E. Parker, of Dominion Police, victim of shooting last night : Angus McDonald of Heron Street is held on suspicion by police
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 11 Jun 1918, p. 1     Assistant inspector of Dominion Police ; Shot ; Wounded ; Recovering in hospital ; H.E. Parker (Victim) ; Angus McDonald (Charged) ; Case remanded for eight days
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 11 Jun 1918, p. 1   Assistant inspector of Dominion Police ; Shot ; Wounded ; Recovering in hospital ; H.E. Parker (Victim) ; Angus McDonald (Charged) ; Case remanded for eight days
  • William M'Brady sentenced to fourteen years' imprisonment : charge was reduced by consent from one of murder to manslaughter
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 26 Mar 1918, 1, 4     Pleads guilty to manslaughter ; Sentenced to 14 years ; Stony Mountain Penitentiary ; Man charged with murder ; Shot son ; Died of wounds ; William McBrady (Charged) ; Robert Louis McBrady (Victim)
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 26 Mar 1918, 1, 4   Pleads guilty to manslaughter ; Sentenced to 14 years ; Stony Mountain Penitentiary ; Man charged with murder ; Shot son ; Died of wounds ; William McBrady (Charged) ; ...
  • Fourteen Years In Penitentiary For Wm. M'Brady
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 26 Mar 1918     Pleads guilty to manslaughter ; Sentenced to 14 years ; Stony Mountain Penitentiary ; Man charged with murder ; Shot son ; Died of wounds ; William McBrady (Charged) ; Robert Louis McBrady (Victim)
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 26 Mar 1918   Pleads guilty to manslaughter ; Sentenced to 14 years ; Stony Mountain Penitentiary ; Man charged with murder ; Shot son ; Died of wounds ; William McBrady (Charged) ; ...
  • 'Out At Old Mag's'
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 8 May 1918     Arthur J. Young (in police court) ; Charged with being drunk ; Stated that purchased alcohol at Margaret Matthews residence
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 8 May 1918   Arthur J. Young (in police court) ; Charged with being drunk ; Stated that purchased alcohol at Margaret Matthews residence
  • Port Arthur New Called To Identify Winnipeg Murderer
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 8 Apr 1918     Constable Snowden (murder victim) ; Winnipeg Police Court ; Frank Sullivan (charged with murder) ; Phillip Johnson (charged with murder) ; John Stoick (charged with murder) ; Abraham Schaffer and Nathan Schwartz of Port Arthur to testify ; Schaffer and Schwartz's store in Port Arthur previously robbed of clothing and ...
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 8 Apr 1918   Constable Snowden (murder victim) ; Winnipeg Police Court ; Frank Sullivan (charged with murder) ; Phillip Johnson (charged with murder) ; John Stoick (charged with murder) ; Abraham Schaffer and ...
  • Alleged Murderer In Port Arthur Prison Tries Hunger Strike
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 23 Mar 1918     English River, ON area ; Murder committed in area ; Romeo Fe (suspected murderer) ; Carlo Terre (deceased) ; Ignace area ; Police chase ; Brought to Port Arthur jail ; Attempts hunger strike in Port Arthur jail
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 23 Mar 1918   English River, ON area ; Murder committed in area ; Romeo Fe (suspected murderer) ; Carlo Terre (deceased) ; Ignace area ; Police chase ; Brought to Port Arthur jail ...
  • Perjured Himself In Effort To Save Another From Jail
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 14 Feb 1918     John Maline (on trial) ; Accused of selling alcohol out of residence ; Found guilty ; John Tuomisto (committed perjury)
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 14 Feb 1918   John Maline (on trial) ; Accused of selling alcohol out of residence ; Found guilty ; John Tuomisto (committed perjury)
  • Pleads Guilty
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 10 Jul 1918     Shooting of Inspector H.E. Parker ; Angus MacDonald (pleads guilty) ; Port Arthur Police Department
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 10 Jul 1918   Shooting of Inspector H.E. Parker ; Angus MacDonald (pleads guilty) ; Port Arthur Police Department
  • James Hanna Gets Six Months In Jail Under Defence Of Realm Act
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 21 May 1918     James Hanna (sentences to 6 month in jail) ; Unlawfully, by word of word of mouth, make false statements likely to prejudice recruitment, training, discipline or administration ; Defence of the Realm Act ; Arrested between Nipigon and Port Arthur
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 21 May 1918   James Hanna (sentences to 6 month in jail) ; Unlawfully, by word of word of mouth, make false statements likely to prejudice recruitment, training, discipline or administration ; Defence of ...
  • Police Confident Winnipeg Has Men Who Operated Here
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 8 Apr 1918     Constable Snowden (murder victim) ; Winnipeg Police Court ; Frank Sullivan (charged with murder) ; Phillip Johnston (charged with murder) ; John Stoick (charged with murder) ; Abraham Schaffer and Nathan Schwartz of Port Arthur to testify ; Schaffer and Schwartz's store in Port Arthur previously robbed of clothing and ...
    Newspaper  Fort William Daily Times Journal, 8 Apr 1918   Constable Snowden (murder victim) ; Winnipeg Police Court ; Frank Sullivan (charged with murder) ; Phillip Johnston (charged with murder) ; John Stoick (charged with murder) ; Abraham Schaffer and ...
  • Convictions Are Quashed In Lacey And McCranor Cases
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 1 Mar 1918     Patrick Lacey (sentenced to 6 months in prison) ; West Hotel ; James McCranor (sentenced to 6 months in prison) ; Avenue Hotel ; Temperance Act ; Convictions repealed
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 1 Mar 1918   Patrick Lacey (sentenced to 6 months in prison) ; West Hotel ; James McCranor (sentenced to 6 months in prison) ; Avenue Hotel ; Temperance Act ; Convictions repealed
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