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The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 6 Jan 1921 
NewspapersText    ...COLBORNE, ONTARIO, CANADA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 6th, 1921 $2.00 a Year in Advance CRAMAHE TOWNSHIP The contests in Cramahe Township were lively. The candidates running with the U.F.O. support were all elected. John McCrackin defeated Reeve Quinn, who has had many years in municipal life...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 13 Jan 1921 
NewspapersText    ...55th Year COLBORNE, ONTARIO, CANADA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 13th, 1921 $2.00 a Year in Advance CRAMAHE COUNCIL ings. By order of the Reeve, a special meeting of the Council was called for the purpose of passing estimates, and a by-law covering the same, to secure to the Township the grant available...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 20 Jan 1921 
NewspapersText    ...olbofu COLBORNE, ONTARIO, CANADA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 20th, 1921 HUR $2.00 a Year in Advance HALDIMAND COUNCIL Town Hall, Grafton, Jan. 10th. 1921. The members of the Municipal Council of the Township of Haldimand, elected for the year 1921, upon subscribing to the Statutory Declaration of Office...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 27 Jan 1921 
NewspapersText    ...COLBORNE, ONTARIO, CANADA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 27th, 1921 $2.00 a Year in Advance THE LATE WILLIAM A. DEWEY tho Kingston lost a good citizen on Friday, in the passing away of William A. Dewey, manager of the Dominion Fish Company's store, and who resided at 171 Stuart street. Mr. Dewey had...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 3 Feb 1921 
NewspapersText    ...55th Year COLBORNE, ONTARIO, CANADA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3rd, 1921 $2.00 a Year in Advance Castleton, January 29th, 1921. The annual meeting of the Cramahe Municipal Telephone System was held in the Town Hall, Castleton, on the above date. Mr. Cryderman in the chair. Moved by C. T. Turney, Sec. by W...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 10 Feb 1921 
NewspapersText    ... died January 29th, 1921, at Cobourg Hospital, and her remains were brought home from Cobourg to her late residence, Brighton, where service was held at 2 o'clock, Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 1st. Interment was at Mount Hope Cemetery. She leaves a husband, five daughters, and one son to mourn her loss...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 17 Feb 1921 
NewspapersText    ...THE COLBORNE EXPRESS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1921 $2.00 a Year in Advance License Inspector Goodrich was in Campbellford on Monday, where he had two convictions for breach of the Ontario Temperance Act. One of these convicted was. Mrs. Annie Smith, of Hastings, who was fined $300" for selling...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 24 Feb 1921 
NewspapersText    ...55th Year THE COLBORNE EXPRESS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1921 $2.00 a Year in Advance STARTLING FACTS FOR PARENTS The question of juvenile crime is one which requires constant attention, and an address which Judge Coatsworth has just made at Toronto on "Criminals and Probation" proves how...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 3 Mar 1921 
NewspapersText    ...olboruf THE COLBORNE EXPRESS THfRSDAY, MARCH 3, 1921 $2.00 a Year in Advance CRAMAHE COUNCIL 11.30 Mr. McCracken, Reeve, In the The minutes of the last regular meeting were read and approved. Communications were read as fol- From Mr. H. Gale, enclosing tender for the Township printing...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 10 Mar 1921 
NewspapersText    ...The tenth annual meeting of Northumberland and Durham Apple Growers' Association was held in Opera House, Bowmanville, on Monday, Feb. 28, 1921, when the largest attendance in the history of the organization was recorded. Every rural municipality in the united counties within the apple belt...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 17 Mar 1921 
NewspapersText    ...55th Year No. 11 THE COLBORNE EXPRESS THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1921 $2.00 a Year in Advance PETERBORO PRESBYTERY Remits from General Assembly discussed; Dr. Scott nominated for IVJoderatorship; Two translations granted; Colborne receives permis (From our own correspondent) Peterboro, March 9, 1921--At...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 24 Mar 1921 
NewspapersText    ...THE COLBORNE EXPRESS THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1921 $2.00 a Year in Advance The referendum to be taken on April 18th next, is on the list which ■was used in the Provincial General Election of Oct. 1919. As that list must necessarily now be far from perfect it will be advisable for all voters to see...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 31 Mar 1921 
NewspapersText    ...T nVWTHE COLBORNE EXPRESS THURSDAY, MARCH 31st, 1921 $2.00 a Year in Advance CRAMAHE COUNCIL Castleton, March, 24, 1921. Meeting called to order at 11.15 Mr. McCracken, Reeve, in chair. The minutes of the last meeting were read and adopted. A communication from the istrar-General shows the Cramahe...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 7 Apr 1921 
NewspapersText    ...THE COLBORNE EXPRESS THURSDAY, APRIL 7th, 1921 $2.00 a Year in Advance Chaplain 8. JBoal is putting'on the pictures of the British Navy and the Surrender of the German Fleet. He will also show his famous picture of the sinking of the Lusitania. The Chaplain was one of the foremost speakers...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 14 Apr 1921 
NewspapersText    ...THE COLBORNE EXPRESS THURSDAY, APRIL 14th, 1921 $2.00 a Year in Advance BRITISH SEA POWER Stirring Appeal by Chaplain 5. Boal On Thursday evening, April 7th. 1921, there was a large turnout of the citizens of Colborne to hear the Chaplain describe the work of the British Sailors. We may say that he...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 21 Apr 1921 
NewspapersText    ...THE COLBORNE EXPRESS THURSDAY, APRIL 21st, 1921 $2.00 a Year in Advance THE LATE G. M. PEEBLES The funeral of the late George , Milton Peebles, who died on Thurs-say, April 14th, 1921, was held on Saturday afternoon, 16th inst., and was largely attended by friends and acquaintances, as well...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 28 Apr 1921 
NewspapersText    ...1' kH THE COLBORNE EXPRESS THURSDAY, APRIL 28th, 1921 i $2.00 a Year in Advance On Thursday evening, March 21st, 1921, quite a number of the people of the Presbyterian congregations of Grafton and Vernonville met in the Sunday School hall, at Grafton, -whither they had invited Mr. and Mrs...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 5 May 1921 
NewspapersText    ...THE COLBORNE EXPRESS THURSDAY, MAY 5th, 1921 $2.00 a Year in Advance DEATH OF MRS. Wm. McGLENNON A former respected resident of Lakeport, Mrs. Wm. McGlennon, died in Toronto, on Monday, May 2nd, 1921. I She had been gradually failing in health for ahout two years. Deceased, whose maiden name...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 12 May 1921 
NewspapersText    ...THE COLBORNE EXPRESS THURSDAY, MAY 12th, 1921 $2.00 a Year in Advance HALDIMAND COUNCIL Town Hall, Grafton, April 28, 1921. Council met this day, members all present, Mr. F. 3. Slade, Reeve, in the chair. Minutes, of last regular meeting read and confirmed. Communication received from...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 19 May 1921 
NewspapersText    ...THE COLBORNE EXPRESS THURSDAY, MAY 19th, 1921 $2.00 a Year in Advance GEO. CROWE, TRENTON, DEAD On Thursday afternoon, May 5th, 1921, Mr. George Crowe, one of Trenton's oldest citizens passed away. He had been in ailing health for some time, but was able to be around up to a week before his...
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