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The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 5 Jan 1928 
NewspapersText    ...82nd Year No. THE COLBORNE EXPRESS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 5th, 1928 $2 a year in advance: $2.50 to U.S.AC- COLBORNE VILLAGE Reeve--C. M. Finkle. Councillors--W. J. Cowie, B. Coyle, F. C. Morrow, W. A. Seed. School Trustees for 1928-9--F. ] Brintnell, J. A. Corbyn, C. W. Cra riell. The nomination...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 12 Jan 1928 
NewspapersText    ...No. 2 THE COLBORNE EXPRESS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 12th, 1928 $2 a year in advance: $2.50 to U.S.A. ide at the 192S Eastern Ontario Dairymen's Association held in Kingston last week: R. J. McLaughlin, cheese maker at Sidney Town Hall Factory, won the sweepstakes for 'Eastern Ontario and had...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 19 Jan 1928 
NewspapersText    ...62nd Year No. 3 THE COLBORNE EXPRESS,! THURSDAY, JANUARY 19th, 1928. $2 a year in advance: $2.50 to U.S.A. COLBORNE SCHOOL BOARD r meeting of Colborne Board of Education was held Monday evening, January 16th, 1928 Present: A. E. Donaghy, chairman; H. Gale, J. A. Corhyn. C. W. Cran-dell, B. Mc...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 26 Jan 1928 
NewspapersText    ...COBOURG PRESBYTERIAL UNITED CHURCH W. M. S. The Woman's Missionary Society of the Cobourg Presbyterial of the United Church of Canada, convened at Port Hope, on January 19th, 1928, the opening session Being at 9 a.m. The devotional period was conducted by the four Vice-Presidents, Mrs. J. T...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 2 Feb 1928 
NewspapersText    ...tfolbor THE COLBORNE EXPRESS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2nd, 1928 $2 a year in advance: $2.50 to U.S.A. COLBORNE SCHOOL BOARD Mr. J. A. Corbyn Elected Chairman for 1928.-Mr. F. J. Smith Re-appointed Secretary - Treasurer.- Standing Committees Re-appointed. The statutory meeting for organization...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 9 Feb 1928 
NewspapersText    ...€0lborae THE COLBORNE EXPRESS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9th, 1928 $2 a year in advance: $2.50 to U.S.A. LINDSAY BUYS HYDRO PLANT I HORSE JUMPED AGAINST MOTOR By a ful Conspiracy is Quashed The first divisional court at Osgo-ode Hall quashed the conviction of Charles H. Seguire, who was tried and found...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 16 Feb 1928 
NewspapersText    ...THE COLBORNE EXPRESS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16th, 1928 $2 a year in advance: $2.50 to U.S.A. COLBORNE COUNCIL Fountain Water System Control Given Over to School Board--$100 Grant to Colborne Public Library--$25 Grant to Colborne Fair. The regular monthly meeting of Colborne Council was held Monday...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 23 Feb 1928 
NewspapersText    ...l0lbor ff6 * * THE COLBORNE EXPRESS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23rd, 1928 $2 a year in advance: $2.50 to U.S.A. COLBORNE SCHOOL BOARD Regular meeting of Colborne Union Board of Education, Monday, Feb. 20th, 192.8. Present--J. A. Corbyn, Chairman; C. W. Crandell, B. McCracken, H. Gale, F. M. Brintnell, H...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 1 Mar 1928 
NewspapersText    ...THE COLBORNE EXPRESS, THURSDAY, MARCH 1st, 1928 $2 a year in advance: $2.50 to U.S.A. DEATH OF GEORGE ANDERSON Mr. tfr. George Anderson of Seymour Township passed away at his late residence on Friday morning, Feb. ,24th, 1928, at the age of 82 years, after a short illness. He was born at Fortrose...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 8 Mar 1928 
NewspapersText    ...Mbsx m 62nd Year No. 10 THE COLBORNE EXPRESS, THURSDAY, MARCH 8th, 1928 $2 a year in advance: $2.50 to U.S.A. Mr. George Printer, who resided in Trenton for many years, and now residing in Picton, will celebrate his 100th birthday anniversary on March Mr. W. A. Samons has purchased from his father...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 15 Mar 1928 
NewspapersText    ...THE COLBORNE EXPRESS, THURSDAY, MARCH 15th, 1928 $2 a year in advance: $2.50 to U.S.A. COLBORNE COUNCIL 1928 Assessment Slightly Lower Owing to Income Exemptions. Court of Revision Fixed for April 9th. The regular meeting of Colborne Council was held Monday evening, March 12th, 1928. Present: C. M...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 22 Mar 1928 
NewspapersText    ...0& 62nd Year No. 12 THE COLBORNE EXPRESS, THURSDAY, MARCH 22nd, 1928 $2 a year in advance: $2.50 to U.S.A. COLBORNE SCHOOL BOARD Congratulations to Beatrice Purdy, Whose Honour a Tablet will placed in School.--Reward Offered for Conviction of Party Who Cut Down Tree in H. S. Yard...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 29 Mar 1928 
NewspapersText    ...>!<!< €0lbotue THE COLBORNE EXPRESS, THURSDAY, MARCH 29th, 1928 $2 a year in advance: $2.50 to U.S.A. PERSONAL Mrs. Lennox of Toronto is visiting Mrs. J. Archer Brown. Mr. Jack Chapin arrived home last week, after a three months' trip to Australia. Messrs. J. A. Corbyn and W. A. Philp...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 5 Apr 1928 
NewspapersText    ...■ of this ! that ; Cramahe Council met in the Council Chamber, Castleton, March :50th, 1928, at 11 o'clock. Members all present. Reeve Murphy in the chair. The minutes of last meeting read and adopted. A by-law for the appointing of pound keepers, fence viewers, path'i and road overseers...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 12 Apr 1928 
NewspapersText    ...THE COLBORNE EXPRESS, THURSDAY, APRIL 12th, 1928 $2.00 a year in advance: $2.50 to U.S.A. COLBORNE COUNCIL the Village. Regular monthly meeting of Cok borne Council was held Monday evening, April 9th, 1928. Present--C. M. Finkle, Reeve; W. A. Seed, P. C. Miorrow, W. J. Cowie and B. H. Coyle...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 19 Apr 1928 
NewspapersText    ...MUX THE COLBORNE EXPRESS, THURSDAY, APRIL 19th, 1928 $2.00 a year in advance: $2.50 to U.S.A. MRS. the late COLBORNE SCHOOL BOARD ISABEL ROBiSON BOYD | _ P. S. Inspector Reports Favorably Organization, Teaching and Disi line, but Accommodations Unworthy. Board will Seriously Consider Alt...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 26 Apr 1928 
NewspapersText    ...THE COLBORNE EXPRESS, THURSDAY, APRIL 26th, 1928 $2.00 a year in advance: $2.50 to U.S.A. COLBORNE SCHOOL BOARD Trustees to Meet at Public School, Friday, to Decide on Alterations to Provide Improved Accommodations. A special meeting of Colborne Board of Education was held Monday evening, April 23...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 3 May 1928 
NewspapersText    ...62nd Year No. 18 THE COLBORNE EXPRESS, THURSDAY, MAY 3rd, 1928 $2.00 a year in advance: $2.50 to U.S.A. COLBORNE SCHOOL BOARD The Trustees, Undecided as to Making Improvements at Public School, will Procure Plans and Specifications. A special meeting of Colborne Board of Education was held Monday...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 17 May 1928 
NewspapersText    ...62nd Year No. 20 THE COLBORNE EXPRESS, THURSDAY, MAY 17th, 1928 $2.00 a year in advance: $2.50 to U.S.A. COLBORNE COUNCIL Streets to be Oiled. Electric Lines to be Changed East Side Victoria Park. Tables and Seats for Park. Stop Signs for Side Streets. C. Morrow | Several unimportant communications...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 24 May 1928 
NewspapersText    ...THE COLBORNE EXPRESS, THURSDAY, MAY 24th, 1928 $2.00 a year in advance: $2.50 to U.S.A. COLBORNE SCHOOL BOARD Principal Cracknell Appointed to Entrance Board. Hour of Meeting Changed to 8 O'clock for Next Few Months. Regular meeting of Colborne Board of Education, held Monday...
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