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The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 10 Jan 1935 
NewspapersText    ...Ill* MUM THE COLBORNE EXPRESS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 10th, 1935 $2.00 a year in advance; $2.50 to U.S.A. MORGANSTON CHEESE FACTORY . The annual meeting of the patrons of Morganston Cheese Factory took place on Thursday, December 20th, 1934, for the winding up of the past year's business...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 17 Jan 1935 
NewspapersText    ...THE COLBORNE EXPRESS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 17th, 1935 $2.00 a year in advance; $2.50 to U.S.A. ONTARIO LEGISLATURE By the Watchman Toronto, January 16th, 1935.-- The cJti" political pot has started to simmer once more and with the Premier back on the job to add a little spice ' the mixture...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 24 Jan 1935 
NewspapersText    ...THE COLBORNE EXPRESS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24th, 1935 $2.00 a year in advance; $2.50 to U.S.A. COLBORNE SCHOOL BOARD Regular monthly meeting ot Colborne Board of Education was held Monday evening, January 21st, 1935. Present--Dr. Robertson, chairman H. Gale, Fred Armstrong, D. C. Peebles, A. E...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 31 Jan 1935 
NewspapersText    ...OLBORNE EXPRESS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 31st, 1935 Better Times The Crown Life Annual Report for 1934 is a striking indication of the improvement of business conditions generally and of the outstanding progress which this Company, in particular, is making as evidenced by the following facts: 5% Assets...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 7 Feb 1935 
NewspapersText    ...69th Year No. ( THE, COLBORNE EXPRESS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7th, 1935 $2.00 a year in advance; $2.50 to U.S. A. COUNTIES NAME OFFICERS FOR COMING YEAR Finance Committee Makes Grants to Institutions--Will Not Pay Municipal Clerks' Expenses On Friday the following officials were appointed...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 14 Feb 1935 
NewspapersText    ...THE COLBORNE EXPRESS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14th, 1935 $2.00 a year in advance; $2.50 to U.S.A. MRS. HENRY KNIGHT IS HOSTESS TO WICKLOW AND VERNONVILLE W. I. The January meeting of the Wieklow and Vernonville Women's Institute met at the home of Mrs. Henry Knight on January 30th, 1935. A...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 21 Feb 1935 
NewspapersText    ...THE COLBORNE EXPRESS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21st, 1935 $2.00 a year in advance; $2.50 to U.S.A. MODERN ARRANGEMENTS AT McKAY'S GROCERY Availing himself of the advice of the experts in the Service to Retailers Department of the National Grocers Company, Mr. H. G. McKay is having his shop...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 28 Feb 1935 
NewspapersText    ...*4 J?55 69th Year No. 9 THE COLBORNE EXPRESS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28th, 1935 $2.00 a year in advance; $2.50 to U.S.A. COLBORNE COUNCIL Harry A. Grant Takes Seat as Reeve and Capt. W. J. Troop as Councill A special meeting of the Colborne Municipal Council was held Monday evening, February 25th, 1935...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 7 Mar 1935 
NewspapersText    ...THE COLBORNE EXPRESS, THURSDAY, MARCH 7th, 1935 $2.00 a year in advance; $2.50 to U.S.A. DUNDONALD March 5th, 1935 Miss Mae Mutton spent the week end with Shiloh relatives. , /'*Wt. S. Puffer, who has been in poor health for some time, is improving. There will be no service in Edeii United...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 14 Mar 1935 
NewspapersText    ...THE COLBORNE EXPRESS, THURSDAY, MARCH 14th, 1935 $2.00 a year in advance; $2.50 to U.S.A. QUEEN'S PARK ARENA (By the Watchman) Toronto. The Hydro Bill is still on. Rarely has a session, of the Ontario Legislature concentrated its attention so forcibly on the present and past as it has...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 21 Mar 1935 
NewspapersText    ...ftolbor THE COLBORNE EXPRESS, THURSDAY, MARCH 21st, 1935 $2.00 a year in advance; $2.50 to U.S.A. RETAIL LUMBERMAN HONOURED BY REEVESHIP Front the Canadian Lumberman, Toronto, March 15th, 1935, we clip the following reference to Harry A. Grant's election to the Reeveship of Colborne: "...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 28 Mar 1935 
NewspapersText    ...69th Year No. 13 THE COLBORNE EXPRESS, THURSDAY, MARCH 28th, 1935 $2.00 a year in advance; $2.50 to U.S.A. BRITISH APPLE MARKET NEW GOVERNOR-GENERAL .Mr. A. Fulton, overseas fruit representative, advises that prospects for Ontario apples in Great Britain for the balance of the season are far from...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 4 Apr 1935 
NewspapersText    ...THE COLBORNE EXPRESS, THURSDAY, APRIL 4th, 1935 $2.00 a year in advance; $2.50 to U.S.A. ONTARIO CAR FERRY No. 1 Ontario Car Ferry No. 1 will again be in commission this summer. After being laid up all winter at Charlotte dock, she has been brought to Co-bourg and is undergoing a thorough...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 11 Apr 1935 
NewspapersText    ...THE COLBORNE EXPRESS, THURSDAY, APRIL 11th, 1935 $2.00 a year in advance; $2.50 to U.S.A. COLBORNE COUNCIL No Settlement with Amiesite Co. Until Pavement Made Proper Grade --Tag Days for Cancer Fund, May 4 and 6--Salvation Army Tag Day May 25--Auditors' Reports Received--Assessment Court...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 18 Apr 1935 
NewspapersText    ...fiolbor THE COLBORNE EXPRESS, THURSDAY, APRIL 18th, 1935 $2.00 a year in advance; $2.50 to U.S.A. COLBORNE H. S. NOTES The staff and students of the school are very grateful to the local Board •of Education for a welcome addition of several volumes to the school library. This is the first addition...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 25 Apr 1935 
NewspapersText    ...THE COLBORNE EXPRESS, THURSDAY, APRIL 25th, 1935 $2.00 a year in advance; $2.50 to U.S.A. REV. DR. THORNTON AT UNITED CHURCH ' Colborne people, especially former parishioners and acquaintances, were pleased to have the privilege of listening to the sermon and illustrated lecture given by a...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 2 May 1935 
NewspapersText    ...THE COLBORNE EXPRESS, THURSDAY, MAY 2nd, 1935 $2.00 a year in advance; $2.50 to U.S.A. Wicklow-Vernonville W. I. Elect Officers The members of the Branch met on Wednesday afternoon, April 24, 1935, at the home of Mrs. Chas. S. Rutherford, for the annual meeting. The meeting opened...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 9 May 1935 
NewspapersText    ...olborur THE COLBORNE EXPRESS, THURSDAY, MAY 9th, 1935 $2.00 a year in advance; $2.50 to U.S.A. Installation of Officers Order of Eastern Star The installation of the officers Colborne Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, was held Tuesday evening, April 30th, 1935. The ceremonies were under the able...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 16 May 1935 
NewspapersText    ...THE COLBORNE EXPRESS, THURSDAY, MAY 16th, 1935 $2.00 a year in advance; $2.50 to U.S.A. COLBORNE COUNCIL Regular meeting of Colborne Council was held Monday evening, May 13, 1935. Present: H. A. Grant, Reeve; S D. Dudley, Ira Edwards, Capt. W. Troop, Councillors. The Reeve and Clerk were authorized...
The Colborne Express
 (Colborne Ontario), 23 May 1935 
NewspapersText    ...tfolbor THE COLBORNE EXPRESS, THURSDAY, MAY 23rd, 1935 $2.00 a year in advance; $2.50 to U.S.A. ADOPT-A-CHILD-WEEK A baby, who wants hinu, the darling So dimpled and cunning and sweet, As pure as an angel in Heaven From his small curly head to his feet. What's that, Mrs. Brown, you're too...
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