Timmins Newspaper Index

Porcupine Advance, 18 Dec 1918, 1, p. 3

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Subscribe to your local paper i) 110cCal service bet we except Sunday). For full particulars to any T. N. 0. Ag M Daily Ernest H. Bridger, Local Agert, Timmins. ochrane, e between P AI ~> TAdh TD MIVA inday) service between North Bay td 1 1 zrent 1J mA o current time table or refer unection t Sundav) and Cobalt, (daily OTY 1 Satu (GQav IKe 9002 vyeus 2@ â€"Champion Repair $ â€"Shoe Shop z | __JOS. TREBOUTAT 4 Cedar St., Timmins #000800008000000000000¢8¢080 I have just installed an upâ€"toâ€" date new machine, and can now do all work such as soling, ete., with Neolin. HURRAH ! Have Your Shoes soled with Neolin jl1i¢€ CLATMS FOR SALE. the populan for leather, laims aAT N1 iornloe Township, substitute ~HE PORCUPMTE ADYVANG® Notice is egiven that the nership heretofore subsisting be us, the undersigned, as Grocer Butchers in the Town of Timmi the District of Temiskaming, w; solved by mutual consent on th day of October, 1918. All clai gainst the said partnership are presented to Frank Byek at the of Tinmins, aforesaid, by who presented to Frank Byek at the Town of Tinmmins, aforesaid, by whom the same will be settled. Dated at 'anmns lhh 20th da) ot November, 1918. YÂ¥ at work at the mill luek to fall, breakin otherwise â€"injuring and around to the house Othrer hRhirkland Lake prop also showing special activ days and the Camp promise The Lake Shore Mine, by and profitable production h: ed special attention to the p« of the Kirkland Lake dist Kirkland Lake Gold Camp is showâ€" ing much unusual activity these days, and a number of deals are said to be pending there. ‘There is, for example, a* deal for the control of the Kirkâ€" landâ€"Townsite Mines, and it is said if the interests behind this deal are successful in securing econtrolâ€" the Kirklandâ€"Townsite property will hbe developed on a very aétive plan in the immediate future. ‘The mill of the" Teckâ€"Hughes is in steady runâ€" ning, a little over 200 tons of ore beâ€" ing milled last month, and the averâ€" age milling running at the rate of aâ€" bout 70 tons of ore a day. â€" Last week Mt. Frank L. Culver visited the Kirkâ€" land Lake (Gold Mines property, and it is understood that his visit wiall | result in the early development of the | propéerty on a large scale, as well dsi the of the large new mill.| Other Kirkland Lake properties are also showing special activity these| days and the Camp» promises to hoom. l I I PROMISING OUTLOOK AT KIRKLAND LAKE. 846 pairs of:socks and 53 day shirts. During the three years the D.Y.B. Ciub has been at work in Timmins the younsg ladies have made 1602 pairs of socks, 396 day sMJO : SMa0s8 ,,..::._ po M.!:_..__ p ‘sous 11 irts. 1918 is y shirts, + 19.Â¥ S: ‘iinmins ; 6 ]()H’ irts, g 5 pairs $ $ LAKE. i: $ S \Iln\\ De dalr 0# i Plhhione 78 Phone 95 B 00600000000000000000000080060000000000000000000000000 4 | John I $0¢000080000000000000000000000000000000000¢6 6600006466 ¢ WWO“WWOO MAAMAAMAAAAMAAAAAAA MAAA tA t t t ta ta t t 2 A Hay, Potatoes Peas Vegetables “‘00000000:000000006000000306800%000@000:% All kinds second hand Mining Machimery in firstâ€"class condition Boilers, Hoists, Pumps, Drills, etc. CGuigues, Que., via New Liskeard Head Office umber, Building Materials Coal and Coke, Mine and Mill Supplies ACGENT FOR Colonial Steel Companies Famous RED STAR DRILL STEEL Cars Lots a Specialty Phone, Write, or Wire to ANY QUANTITY SCHUMACHER Y ard and Warchouse

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