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  • Canadian order of Oddfellows confer degrees
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 7 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 1     Grand Lodge officials take part in event held at city hall assembly room; third and fourth degrees conferred...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 7 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 1   Grand Lodge officials take part in event held at city hall assembly room; third and fourth degrees conferred...
  • Amputation of workman's arm necessary
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 7 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 2     John Bruce got caught in the equipment he was servicing at the Stone plant; arm had to be amputated, rib broken, clothes torn off...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 7 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 2   John Bruce got caught in the equipment he was servicing at the Stone plant; arm had to be amputated, rib broken, clothes torn off...
  • Widow applies for money from husband's estate
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 7 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 2     Ingersoll widow applies to the court to alter the terms of her husband's will persuant to the Dependant's Relief Act of 1929...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 7 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 2   Ingersoll widow applies to the court to alter the terms of her husband's will persuant to the Dependant's Relief Act of 1929...
  • Assault charged against Ingersoll and London men
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 7 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 3     Ingersoll and London men charged with assault in London altercation...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 7 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 3   Ingersoll and London men charged with assault in London altercation...
  • Oxford aviator was popular at Kitchener field
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 7 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 5     Murdock, who was killed in a plane crash at Sudbury, was an assistant instructor last summer at the K-W Airport...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 7 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 5   Murdock, who was killed in a plane crash at Sudbury, was an assistant instructor last summer at the K-W Airport...
  • Two cabinet ministers at Embro next Friday
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 7 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 7     Sutherland, Minister of National Defence and Weir, of Saskatchewan, Minister of Agriculture, will speak at public meeting at Embro Town Hall; c.f DSR April 9 page 1 column 2 - picture of Weir...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 7 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 7   Sutherland, Minister of National Defence and Weir, of Saskatchewan, Minister of Agriculture, will speak at public meeting at Embro Town Hall; c.f DSR April 9 page 1 column 2 - ...
  • C. Farquharson dies in Toronto
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 7 Apr 1931, p. 4, column 2     Well-known to Woodstock's sport circles, Stratford man dies following surgery; also active Mason; biography given...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 7 Apr 1931, p. 4, column 2   Well-known to Woodstock's sport circles, Stratford man dies following surgery; also active Mason; biography given...
  • Oxford student winner at O.A.C.
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 1     Harrison, of Zenda, awarded the Christie Medal for proficiency in dairy course...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 1   Harrison, of Zenda, awarded the Christie Medal for proficiency in dairy course...
  • N. Oxford man dies suddenly seated in auto
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 2     Well-known Beachville area man found dead behind the wheel of his car after returning from daughter's and a day of maple syrup making...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 2   Well-known Beachville area man found dead behind the wheel of his car after returning from daughter's and a day of maple syrup making...
  • Solloway and Mills indicted for theft
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 2     Pair charged with 11 counts of theft of certificates representing 3,000 mining shares; jury finds them guilty...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 2   Pair charged with 11 counts of theft of certificates representing 3,000 mining shares; jury finds them guilty...
  • Masonic Lodge Legion night unique event
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 3     Provincial president of Canadian Legion speaks at banquet...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 3   Provincial president of Canadian Legion speaks at banquet...
  • Driver sleepy, dozed at wheel before crash
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 5     Hancock testifies that he had only one hour's rest in 36, contributed to fatal truck crash in Toronto that killed John Greenwood of Woodstock...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 5   Hancock testifies that he had only one hour's rest in 36, contributed to fatal truck crash in Toronto that killed John Greenwood of Woodstock...
  • Can't make garage of market building
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 5     The police motorcycle has been parked in the entrance of the market building; new place needed to park that is more suitable...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 5   The police motorcycle has been parked in the entrance of the market building; new place needed to park that is more suitable...
  • Dental service to be provided city children
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 6     Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Ruttan, the public health nurse and Board chairman, Mr. McKinney will arrange for city children to have dental care...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 6   Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Ruttan, the public health nurse and Board chairman, Mr. McKinney will arrange for city children to have dental care...
  • Twenty-five years ago -  April 7, 1906
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 2, column 2     Board of Trade passed a resolution urging the Ontario government to develop and distribute Niagara power...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 2, column 2   Board of Trade passed a resolution urging the Ontario government to develop and distribute Niagara power...
  • Drury "At Home"  held at Armory
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 10, column 2     500 attend the tenth annual dance put on by the Drury Club; guests from all over Oxford County...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 10, column 2   500 attend the tenth annual dance put on by the Drury Club; guests from all over Oxford County...
  • Spring horse fair is held at Drumbo
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 13, column 4     Ninth annual horse fair held at Drumbo; Mr. Douglas of Caledonia was judge for several classes of horses...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 13, column 4   Ninth annual horse fair held at Drumbo; Mr. Douglas of Caledonia was judge for several classes of horses...
  • City to purchase power maintainer
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 13, column 5     Woodstock city council decide to spend $3,600 on a new Champion power maintainer for the unpaved roads...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 13, column 5   Woodstock city council decide to spend $3,600 on a new Champion power maintainer for the unpaved roads...
  • Good attention given prisoner at county jail
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 9 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 2     Prisoner in county jail taken to Woodstock General Hospital; died of pneumonia, coroner's jury decides...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 9 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 2   Prisoner in county jail taken to Woodstock General Hospital; died of pneumonia, coroner's jury decides...
  • Session in County Jail recalls prisoners of the past
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 9 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 5     Historical account of past criminals brought to mind as coroner's jury meets in the jail to consider Durant case...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 9 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 5   Historical account of past criminals brought to mind as coroner's jury meets in the jail to consider Durant case...
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