Timmins Newspaper Index

Porcupine Advance, 21 Aug 1941, 1, p. 1

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them permission to hold the meeting it they got the permission of â€"Permission Granted for _ Street Meeting Subject _to Approval of Chief Vol. XXVI. No. 64 friends in town. Councillors Spooner, Bartleman, Roâ€" berts, McDermott and Byre were presâ€" Many Special Features at Timmins Horticultural Show, Monday, T uesday ning and artistic layout. ‘All around the big rink there will be rows of trees as well as a display of garden furniture. A large number of large tables will afford opportunity for the display of plants, fiowers ~and vegetables. A special space in the centre of the arena is resenved for the big digyplays from the Hollinger, MciIntyre and Buffaloâ€" Ankerite Mines. There will be a speâ€" cial platform for the band ‘and for other musical attractions. ‘The Timâ€" mins Citizens‘ Band will provide music for the occasion and there will also be two excellent orchestrasâ€"the Hollinger Btring Orchestra under the direction of Mr. Michael Rose, and the noted Croaâ€" tian Orchestra. In addition there will be music by the Porcupine Male Choir under the direction of Mr. Ron Jones. The exhibition will be formally deâ€" clared open on Monday evening, Aug. ting of Council Yesterday Was Very Short With Very M‘Ifitlt?eg Business to Handle. Council Authorizes Fire Chief to Attend Fire Chiefs‘® Convention i in Peterborough â€"Next Week. The prize lists have been issued and show the usual large array of prizes in all classes with a number of specials. A special feature this year will be are competition for best bird houses, open to boys and girls up to and‘inâ€" cluding the. age. of. fourteen, There are very generous prizes for this comâ€" petition and in addition the Society offers to help boy or girl sell bird houses entered if they wish to do so. As usual, this year the Society is again sponsoring the gardens competiâ€" tion, with its liberal array of prizes. All entries for the gardens competiâ€" tion should be in the hands of the Secretary, Mr. H. Curnow, 56 Hollinger avenue, Phone 2096â€"J, by Friday evenâ€" ing of this week. The judges this year will be Rev. Canon Haines, of Haileybury, Mr. L. H. Hanlon, Representative of Agriculture, Matheson, and Mrs. L. H. Hanoln. Free buss for the evening of bOth days will be available from 7 to 8 at Dailton‘s returning buses running beâ€" Free buses, for the one day only, will be provided on Tuesday from 1 to 3 pm., returning 4 to 6 pm.., for the convenience of children wishing to see the displays. | There will be a truck service for exâ€" hibitors of plants, flowers and vegeâ€" tables, this service running from the town hall from 9 am. on Monday to short regular meeting yesterday with very little business to be conducted. Mayor Brunette was in the chair and After the adoption of the minutes of the previous two meetings, the tlerk read â€"a letter that was received from the Timmins Miners‘ Union in which they asked forâ€"permission to hold anâ€" other meeting on Cedar street on Sunâ€" To be Notable Display of Flowers, Vegetables, Homeâ€" Crafts. Bird House Competition. â€" Free Buses for glrent Next Week. Music to be Featured at the Big ow. 25th, at 8 p.m. by His Worship Mayor J. Emile Brunette. Another special feature wili be the War Work display, the ILILODE., the Red Cross and other organizations asâ€" sisting in this display. tween 10 and 11 pm. Admission for the Hortizcultural show will be free both days and evenings. Monday and Tuesday of next week, August 25th and 26th, are the dates of the soventeenth annual exhibition of flowers, vegetables and homeâ€"craft, unâ€" der the auspices of the Timmins Horâ€" licul.ural Society, and there are so many special features for this year that the event is going to be very outâ€" standing. The show this year is to be in the Mcintyre Arevna and the direcâ€" tors of theâ€"show have planned a very special arrangement. The large arena gives enough iwace for special planâ€" Mr. Fred Gieselman of Westville, Inâ€" 14 Pages Prime Minister of Canada, William Lyon Mackenzie King, fiew to Britain on Tuesday of this week for important conferences with Prime Minister Winâ€" ston Churchill and his war cabinet. The Canadian premier is expected to remain in Britain for three weeks durâ€" ing which time he will be given a clear understanding of what Britain expects from the Dominion of Canada. ‘The Canadian prime minister flew to Britain in one of the Giant Liberator planes of the Royal Canadian Air Force. Canadian Premier in Britain Police Checking Up Closely for Defective Brakes One man was picked off by «the Timmins police ‘ Company Algonquin Regt, C.A. Single Copyâ€"Five Cents The Pioneer Paper of the Porcupine. Established 1912 â€" (Continued on Page Four)

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