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Agricultural Society - Porcupine: Annual meeting. 
Newspapers  "Agricultural Society - Porcupine: Annual meeting.," Porcupine Advance (191203), 14 Jan 1926, Section 1, p. 6 
Four photos of Jack Gauthier's Gold Ridge Farm in Porcupine. 
Newspapers  "Four photos of Jack Gauthier's Gold Ridge Farm in Porcupine.," Porcupine Advance (191203), 15 Aug 1938, Section 1, p. 6 
Porcupine Agricultural Fair to be held on September 15th. 
Newspapers  "Porcupine Agricultural Fair to be held on September 15th.," Porcupine Advance (191203), 2 Sep 1926, Section 2, p. 7 
Porcupine Agricultural Society Fair considers moving to South Porcupine. 
Newspapers  "Porcupine Agricultural Society Fair considers moving to South Porcupine.," Porcupine Advance (191203), 30 Jul 1924, Section 1, p. 1 
Vote to decide if Fair to be held in Porcupine or South Porcupine. 
Newspapers  "Vote to decide if Fair to be held in Porcupine or South Porcupine.," Porcupine Advance (191203), 13 Aug 1924, Section 1, p. 1 
Ed Ahr: President of the Porcupine Flying Club. [Photo] 
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Ed Ahr: Stars air service and instruction. 
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Five Porcupine residents die in plane crash. 
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History of the Caledonian Society in the Porcupine. 
NewspapersText  "History of the Caledonian Society in the Porcupine.," Porcupine Advance (191203), 26 Jan 1950, Section 1, p. 4 
Caledonian Society holds picnic at Golden City. 
NewspapersText  "Caledonian Society holds picnic at Golden City.," Porcupine Advance (191203), 18 Jul 1923, Section 1, p. 1 
Caledonian Society's first annual picnic held at Golden City. 
NewspapersText  "Caledonian Society's first annual picnic held at Golden City.," Porcupine Advance (191203), 25 Jul 1923, Section 1, p. 4 
Sixteen Men (Poem) 
ImageNewspapers  George Lake, "Sixteen Men (Poem)," Porcupine Advance (191203), 8 Feb 1945, Section 1, p. 5  Poem in memoriam of 16 miners killed when the cable of their double decker cage (type of elevator) snapped, sending the crew falling 1500 feet to their deaths on February 02nd, 1945. "A.J. Timmins" is most likely a pseudonym. The other names listed are of the 16 men killed in the accident.
Inquest Into Death of Paymaster Miners Starts on Monday 
NewspapersText  "Inquest Into Death of Paymaster Miners Starts on Monday," Porcupine Advance (191203), 22 Feb 1945, Section 1, p. 2  See also: February 22, 1945 Sect. 1, Page 4 Additional coverage in "The Daily Press" from February 02 to 15, 1945.
Mine Accidents - Investigating committee, Re: Paymaster Cage tragedy, to arrive May 30th 
NewspapersText  "Mine Accidents - Investigating committee, Re: Paymaster Cage tragedy, to arrive May 30th," Porcupine Advance (191203), 17 May 1945, Section 1, p. 3 
Sixteen killed at Paymaster Mine 
NewspapersText  "Sixteen killed at Paymaster Mine," Porcupine Advance (191203), 8 Feb 1945, Section 1, p. 1  "The Daily Press" also has extensive coverage of the accident - with photographs of the victims - starting on February 02, 1945. For more information regarding these articles, please contact the Timmins Public Library Reference Department. Ianno Vautilainen is listed as T. Vaultilainen
Coroner: No blame for accident 
NewspapersText  "Coroner: No blame for accident," Porcupine Advance (191203), 1 Mar 1945, Section 1, p. 1  "The Daily Press" also has extensive coverage of the accident - with photographs of the victims - starting on February 02, 1945. For more information regarding these articles, please contact the Timmins Public Library Reference Department.
Dept. of Mines to Make Close Inquiry Into Hoist Accident 
NewspapersText  "Dept. of Mines to Make Close Inquiry Into Hoist Accident," Porcupine Advance (191203), 22 Feb 1945, Section 1, p. 4  "The Daily Press" also has extensive coverage of the accident - with photographs of the victims - starting on February 02, 1945. For more information regarding these articles, please contact the Timmins Public Library Reference Department.
Poem: Sixteen Men 
NewspapersText  "Poem: Sixteen Men," Porcupine Advance (191203), 8 Feb 1945, Section 1, p. 5  See also: "Sixteen Men" (Poem) for the full text of the poem. "The Daily Press" also has extensive coverage of the accident - with photographs of the victims - starting on February 02, 1945. For more information regarding these articles, please contact the Timmins Public Library Reference...
Investigation into cause of Paymaster Mine cage accident. 
NewspapersText  "Investigation into cause of Paymaster Mine cage accident.," Porcupine Advance (191203), 8 Feb 1945, Section 1, p. 3  "The Daily Press" also has extensive coverage of the accident - with photographs of the victims - starting on February 02, 1945. For more information regarding these articles, please contact the Timmins Public Library Reference Department.
Funerals of Men Losing Lives in Paymaster Tragedy 
NewspapersText  "Funerals of Men Losing Lives in Paymaster Tragedy," Porcupine Advance (191203), 8 Feb 1945, Section 1, p. 2  Funerals for Eino Niemi, Nick Suppa, Iaano Art. Vautilainen, Russell "Mickey" Dillon, and Eero Kohtala -- Photographs of caskets appear on Page 3 of the February 08th, 1945 issue of "The Daily Press". Iaano Vautilainen is listed as "T. Vautilainen"
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