Richmond Hill Public Library News Index
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Year:  1867  Geographic Location:  Richmond Hill   Sort by:  Relevance
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York Herald, 4 Jan 1867 
Newspapers    ... SUBSCIanE FOR. The York. Herald, $1,00 a. year i (ll); ilaili Quail. RICHMOND HILL, JAN. 4, 1867. . _ Municipal Elections. VAUGHAN, MARKHAM 8; NEW- . MARKET. As the day of trial approaches, the contest in the various surrounding Muni- cipalities waxeth warmer,â€"in Vaughan...
York Herald, 11 Jan 1867 
Newspapers    .... The Foster Brother. giimiurr. “ Let Sound Reason weigh mare with us thaw qugular "Opinion-” RICHI‘IOND HILL, ERIDAY,’ JANUARY 11} 1867. aid ‘ To keep me from starving, eh 9’; said Arthur in a more serious tone}; ‘Say no more, uncle; butl see through your shallow schema 331...
York Herald, 18 Jan 1867 
Newspapers    ... of expression. 'riend Ashby’s Choice fl‘iieminrr. A SUNSET min: 399mg). “ Let Sound Reason weigh more with us than Popular Opinion.” RICfll‘IOND HILL, FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1867. . ‘O,flfi just about sure of il,’ relgmmi‘ Goodman, confidently ; x ‘h-ep‘; with a little...
York Herald, 25 Jan 1867 
Newspapers    ..., Lord, and do not the thmg which I say Y-â€"Lun vi; 46.7 “ OUR Father,” said a saintly one, in . DEXNIS'O'DO'WD.’ ’momhâ€"J Let Sound Reason weigh more with as (him Popular Opinion. RICHMOND HILL, FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1867‘ ‘ P\ st him! post a tiger! Oâ...
York Herald, 1 Feb 1867 
Newspapers    ...€"Gerrard Wiley;- Ihte Strapsâ€"Wm Harrison. Clearing Sale-A Scott Cardâ€"Richard Grahame Desirable Residence to Rentâ€"â€"C Battrick I SUBSCihiSE. FOR The York Herald, $1,00 a year on lily}: gnaw. ‘ RICHMOND HILL, FEB. 1, 1867. cc. “' ' “ ‘ L ‘ The County Council...
York Herald, 8 Feb 1867 
Newspapers    ...-trout. va,itany1hm,q will dismfh the dignity ofa Londoner of rather ifittmturr. Let Sound Reason weigfi more with us than Popular Opinion. RICHMOND HILL, FRIDAY, FEBUARY 8. 1867. Get mm them. said new valet de clyambre, tossing-g across what appeared in be a beah of rags‘ lcnuld not conceiyq what...
York Herald, 15 Feb 1867 
Newspapers    ... and convenient. A good Hustler always in attendance Richmond Hill Jun 31, 1867. 35 Lumber Ton gnu! at Grovcu AL the lowest possibla rates. Saw Millnu 10152.3.2ud Con. Markham. 2; nnllosenstof Richmond “HI by the Plank “and Richmond H111, Jugs 26‘, 1865. V ‘ 4-ly EDMUND SEAGER, i’r‘awinciai L: M...
York Herald, 22 Feb 1867 
Newspapers    ... both comfortable and convenient. A good flostler always in attendance. lichmond Hill Jun 31, 1867. 35 Lfififimmxfi‘ai ABRAHAM EYth l gEGS respectfully to inform his customers and the public that he is prepared to do PLANEING TO ORDER, In any quantity, and on short notice. Planet] Lumber...
York Herald, 8 Mar 1867 
Newspapers    ... in Town. I F. having leased the above Hotel, ' [former occupied by the late Mr. R. Nichols], and having put it in a thorough state of repair, Travellers will find this house bot}; comfortable and conveniénifir A good IIosthr always in attendance Richmond Hill Jan 31, 1867. 35 Planned Lumber...
York Herald, 15 Mar 1867 
Newspapers    ... and give you pleasure. You may thus glve to every young person within your books, nay, a library, of such a na- lure that they may carry it with them all their lives, read it at midi night, and never lose or wear it- *â€" RICHIIEOND HILL, FRIEAY, MARCEK 15'), 1867. DOLMAGEâ...
York Herald, 22 Mar 1867 
Newspapers    ... none promptly; also ignnnl)mi'i‘on glued & Groved R”? {mid Plancfl Hammer, Flooring, 6w. A gnarl Iloxthzr alzlztrzj/‘swjiyL Richmond Hill Jam 31, 1867. L U MBE: RING ABRAHAM EYER PL'RNEEN‘G TOQRDER, E) F. having leased the above Hotel, 7‘ ' [Formely occupied...
York Herald, 29 Mar 1867 
Newspapers    ... HILL, F RIDAY, MARCH 29,’ 1867. The opiniun of the world ! said Cprilia,with a mournfui ring in her voice.â€"â€"is there nnt such a thing, Pietro, as being: wedded to a man with whom vou have nothing in common 7. You have read Locksiey Hull, and you know what I mean without 1113"...
York Herald, 5 Apr 1867 
Newspapers    ...I: p11t1t in :1 thorqu'h 1,411? I): :'9I12.i1', rl‘1v'111e'leIs. will 11nd this 11011513110111 con “(viable and couvemen‘l’. A good Hustler always in attendance l1il‘l1111m1d llil l J.111 Ill 1867. l5 LUM E RING- ABRAHAM EYER Flamed Lumber, Floorillg...
York Herald, 12 Apr 1867 
Newspapers    ... of repair, Travellers will find this LO 0 K A '1‘ 'l‘ H IS mun: Lu lfillull Luuuucna nu. A...“ u“. hnnse boih comfortable and convenient. A good Hostlcr always in attendance Richmond Hill Jan 31, 1867. 35 LUM E RING- ABRAHAM EYER Toronto. Dec. l8h'5 Kept on hand. SA \VING none...
York Herald, 19 Apr 1867 
Newspapers    ... in attendance Richmond Hill Jun 31, 1867. 35 Lumber 'l‘on gued & Grovcd mfifiififilflfifléfifl‘l‘fifi, Richmond Hil', Oct. 25, ’66 One ofthe oldest and cheapest houses in the trade. IL? Give John a. call when in Town‘ PLANEING TO QRDER, Maple iHotel HE Subscriber begs...
York Herald, 26 Apr 1867 
Newspapers    ... explanations v.hichit owes to the nation.” The Sirclc thus puts the case of the 00011. miun of the fortress uf Laxuxuburé by ’r11~'sia :â€"â€"- Latest frém Europe. The Avenir A'ational says :â€" MARVELOUS BUT AUTHENTIC. THE LUXEMBURG QUESTION. April In. 1867 Byiugzon L...
York Herald, 3 May 1867 
Newspapers    ... Stock before purchas- ing elsewhere. house hotfi comfortable and convenient. A good Hosth always in attendance Richmond Hill Jam 31, 1867. 35 EDMUND SEAGER, Provincial Land Surveyor, &c. RlCHMOND HILL. One ofthe oldast and cheapest housesin the trade. IL? Give John a call when in Town. Al...
York Herald, 10 May 1867 
Newspapers    ...- mmmoxgg 11)-Ig.,MAY 10, 1867. tently fastener; {uteri us m‘thout as much as gi1ing a warning note. \V ould it not 1131c been .‘hetter ifYMr. Howland, Mr. Graham and ’Btlicrs. had not been so anxious to raiserthe salary of the Super- intendent (if: the roads until they eon- Eultcd the rate p-:1yers...
York Herald, 17 May 1867 
Newspapers    ... always in attendance Richmond Hill Jan 31, 1867. 35 PLANEINC TO ORDER, Lumber 'l‘ongncd & Grovcd Richmond Hill Bakery P. BASINGTWAITE, [IBM]! HISEIIIT BAKER GIDEON DOLMAGE. Proprietor. Richmond Hill. Dec. 1865. ‘28-” Issuer of Marriage Licenses, ALMIRA MILLS, EGS leave to notify...
York Herald, 24 May 1867 
Newspapers    .... A good Ilosz‘lcr always in attendance Richmond Hill Jam 31, 1867. 35 Post Office Addressâ€"Richmond Hill June IFGS II? Give John a call when in Town i. F. having lonst the above Hotel, ' [f'urmcly vampied by the late Mr. R. Nichols], and having putit in a thorough suite...
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