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  • Appeal won for Wm. Greig
    Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 18 Nov 1937, p. 1, column 5     Conviction for selling liquor quashed
    Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 18 Nov 1937, p. 1, column 5   Conviction for selling liquor quashed
  • Is given six months jail
    Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 14 Oct 1937, p. 1, column 3     Sentenced for keeping liquor for sale.
    Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 14 Oct 1937, p. 1, column 3   Sentenced for keeping liquor for sale.
  • $1,000 Fine on Bootlegger. Man who had big stock in barn near Hamilton pays penalty.
    Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 11 Apr 1930, p. 5, column 5     ...
    Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 11 Apr 1930, p. 5, column 5   ...
  • Are More Bootleggers Elsewhere-Constable, First to Speak-Mayor
    Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 23 Jan 1936, 1, 8, column 1     Say Responsibility Rests with Provincial Government. Hall says law wrong; Newmarket Temperance Committee speaks to council Continued on page 8.
    Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 23 Jan 1936, 1, 8, column 1   Say Responsibility Rests with Provincial Government. Hall says law wrong; Newmarket Temperance ...
  • Believed Beaten by Liquor Gang. Peter Hodge critically ill from injuries
    Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 18 Apr 1930, p. 1, column 2     Illicit bootleg ring
    Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 18 Apr 1930, p. 1, column 2   Illicit bootleg ring
  • George Wark Reviews Objections to Having Beer License in Town
    Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 2 Jan 1936, 1, 5, column 1     Says bootlegging would not be stopped by beverage room. Hurt landlord, grocer. Continued on page 5.
    Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 2 Jan 1936, 1, 5, column 1   Says bootlegging would not be stopped by beverage room. Hurt landlord, grocer. ...
  • County Police Court
    Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 1 Jun 1934, p. 3, column 3     Having a still without a federal license, charges of theft and receiving stolen goods
    Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 1 Jun 1934, p. 3, column 3   Having a still without a federal license, charges of theft and receiving ...
  • More Beer Will Not Force Out Bootlegger, Says Irwin
    Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 21 Nov 1935, p. 1, column 1     Says Bootlegging Thrives As Long As Profit Can Be Made; General secretary of the Ontario Temperance Federation responds to Era
    Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 21 Nov 1935, p. 1, column 1   Says Bootlegging Thrives As Long As Profit Can Be Made; General secretary ...
  • Queens Park investigates bootleggers
    Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 21 Nov 1935, p. 1, column 5     Era forwarded to attorney-general for comment on article about bootlegging and police
    Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 21 Nov 1935, p. 1, column 5   Era forwarded to attorney-general for comment on article about bootlegging and police
  • Says Beverage Room Is "Runnin Sore" On Town
    Kitson, W., Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 7 Nov 1935, p. 6     Column; Bootleggers Called Poor Argument For Licensed Beer; Opinion of member of Salvation Army, Newmarket
    Kitson, W., Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 7 Nov 1935, p. 6   Column; Bootleggers Called Poor Argument For Licensed Beer; Opinion of member of ...
  • Nearly 50 Bootleggers Operating In Town Declares Hotel Owner
    Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 29 Aug 1935, p. 1, column 3     Police Have Hand Tied As Actual Money Transfer Must Be Seen; local hotel wants to sell beer
    Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 29 Aug 1935, p. 1, column 3   Police Have Hand Tied As Actual Money Transfer Must Be Seen; local ...
  • Bullets sing in air, Dixon tells council
    Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 13 Aug 1936, 1, 5, column 3     Forced to move but would not complain about bootlegging. Police are discussed. Continued on page 5.
    Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 13 Aug 1936, 1, 5, column 3   Forced to move but would not complain about bootlegging. Police are discussed. ...
  • Police court. 84-year old man jailed for selling
    Newmarket Era and Express (Newmarket, ON1942), 8 Oct 1942, p. 8, column 3     ...
    Newmarket Era and Express (Newmarket, ON1942), 8 Oct 1942, p. 8, column 3   ...
  • "Home Brew" is Sold by Glass to Indians
    Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 6 Jun 1930, p. 1, column 2     Charge of public intoxication in Orillia; Six people from Hamilton killed at railway crossing in Cobourg
    Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 6 Jun 1930, p. 1, column 2   Charge of public intoxication in Orillia; Six people from Hamilton killed at ...
  • Can't see to use shotgun so he sleeps on revolver
    Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 18 Nov 1937, p. 1, column 7     Joseph Clissold convicted for having unregistered revolver and liquor for sale.
    Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 18 Nov 1937, p. 1, column 7   Joseph Clissold convicted for having unregistered revolver and liquor for sale.
  • County Police Court
    Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 3 Aug 1934, p. 2, column 2     Found Liquor in woodbox; Bootleg whiskey
    Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 3 Aug 1934, p. 2, column 2   Found Liquor in woodbox; Bootleg whiskey
  • Licensed liquor has as much kick as bootleg
    Lee, E.J., Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 24 Oct 1935, p. 1, column 3     Against beer parlor in Newmarket
    Lee, E.J., Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 24 Oct 1935, p. 1, column 3   Against beer parlor in Newmarket
  • Blame Bootleg Prosperity On Hepburn Ruling
    Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 7 Nov 1935, p. 1, column 3     Say bootleggers existed even when 'Hotels were wet; Beer vote in town will be lost
    Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 7 Nov 1935, p. 1, column 3   Say bootleggers existed even when 'Hotels were wet; Beer vote in town ...
  • Conviction Upheld On Beer Peddling Charge In North Gwillimbury
    Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 31 Oct 1935, p. 1, column 6     Drive against illicit traffic thought likely as consequence
    Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON1861), 31 Oct 1935, p. 1, column 6   Drive against illicit traffic thought likely as consequence
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