1918, A black and white portrait photograph of John Willis Bateman. John Willis Bateman was born at Whitby on June 5, 1862 and was a farmer on Hopkins Street for sixty-five years. He was Reeve of Whitby in 1913-1914 and Mayor from 1926-1928. He died during a Remembrance Day Parade at Whitby on...
"McKINNON - Acclaimed as Cobalt Mayor," Porcupine Advance (191203), 2 Jan 1918, Section 1, p. 2
"McLAUGHLIN, J.P. - Sworn in as Timmins Mayor, picture," Porcupine Advance (191203), 16 Jan 1918, Section 1, p. 1
"E.J. Blaquier Elected Mayor By Seventeen Of A Majority," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 8 Jan 1918 City of Port Arthur ; Edward J. Blaquier elected Mayor ; William Marrigan loses by 17 votes ; List of names for city council ; D.S. McNulty ; L.J. Fallis ; George Gibbon ; B. Tourteliot ; R.M. Young ; C. Birkett ; W.A. Wright ; C.N. Simpson ; H.J. Sterling ; F.D. Roberts ; J.W. White ; J.L. Routly...
"Would Like To See The Two Cities Unite," Port Arthur News Chronicle, 8 Jan 1918 City Of Port Arthur ; Mayor E.J. Blaquier ; Wishes to obtain increasing unity with City of Fort William Full text available on microfilm
"Twin City Mayors," Fort William Daily Times Journal, 14 Jan 1918 Mayor Harry Murphy of Fort William ; Mayor E.J. Blaquier of Port Arthur ; Photos Full text available on microfilm
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