Richmond Hill Public Library News Index
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Year:  1916  Geographic Location:  Richmond Hill   Sort by:  Relevance
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Photograph of James and Carroll Langstaff 
Image  1916  A photograph of James and Carroll Langstaff.
The Liberal, 6 Jan 1916 
Newspapers    ...; Chaile S \\'. .1. Elliott Principal RICHMOND HILL. ONT.. THURSDAY. JANUARY (3. 1916 l I 1 Richmond Hill Short Course in Agriculture Jan. 4th in Richmond Hill niarkvd liy llw (Jlllllllll‘lllie‘hl“ill of the Agricultural Short (‘uuisc l'ni- Yuik County young men...
The Liberal, 13 Jan 1916 
Newspapers    ... and for assisting students to good pgsitinns. Those desiling the best in busidess m- shotthnnd educatinn can get it here. \Vl-ile tO-dily for our hand- some catalogue. Students admit- tedatuny time. . . . . . . . THORNHILL RICHMOND HILL, ONT.. THURSDAY, JANUARY 13. 191.6 Box 23 - MAPLE, ONT PHONE 1834 :NNOX...
The Liberal, 20 Jan 1916 
Newspapers    ...." Of fiEfiflfififififiafifiiifilllflififlilg an animals, tigers are the most ntibie to sea~sickness. Bruiseszheumatisn {others in their forecast of what wiil hapâ€" pen during 1916 the sears. Prophets and astrologers differ widely over the duration of the world war, although...
The Liberal, 27 Jan 1916 
Newspapers    ...¬‚re given by SPVPTH! spvnkersnnd tvn was smvud by the ladies vi the Institute. va. Mr. DiuniLk spnke hm? on Sunday in the intowsts of the Pocket, Testament LengnP. Quitn :1 number fmm hole attended the S. S. Convention at; ShPI'\VDUd last. week. Diamond Wedding 0n J-5m_l_1:u~y 17th, 1916, Mr...
The Liberal, 3 Feb 1916 
Newspapers    ... received for either one or both of the propel-lies. Dated at Toronto this lst (lay of February. 1916. Fur further particulars apply to BENTON. GROVER & FIELD. 20 King St, East. in the City of Tor- onto. Solicitors for the Executors of the Joseph Mortson Estate. 32 3 The community was greatly...
The Liberal, 10 Feb 1916 
Newspapers    ... spent. a few days with fiiends in Markham. visiting “v-.- 77‘â€" Teston A very happy PVPIII tOok place at the rcsidcucc of Mr. and Mrs. \Vashington F. DICE’HIHII. (ith NHL. on \Vednesday. January 26th. 1916. when their daughter Ida May was united in the holy bonds of Maliimcny to \Yilliam...
The Liberal, 17 Feb 1916 
Newspapers    ...Sâ€"O. - Mr. J. C. Sivcklpv, B.SA.. Mr, R. \V. E. Burn:th and Mr. James Mc- Lean also gave spe-Pt'ht‘s hearing on different hmnclws uf Agricultme. Thv ontertmmnent opvuexl :Ind closvd with "God Saw- the King.’ ONT.. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 1‘7. 191.6 NOTICE TO CREDITORS York County Cla: Ill...
The Liberal, 24 Feb 1916 
Newspapers    ... at, the hmne of Mrs. S. Jan-vi; At the Pill'slflliigf’, Riclimnnd Hill, I pretty wedding was snlmnnized W'edlwsdny. Feliner 16, 1916. when Miss Nanny \Vingm- Iwcnme the \Vlft’ of Mr. Pi-ice T \V. Evans, the CH?- mony being nmducted hy Rem James R. Aikenhezid, (if the Richmimd Hill...
The Liberal, 2 Mar 1916 
Newspapers    ... Farmer, decenswl, whu di‘ about thn. leL day nf Dec-em :u-e l-vquin-d. rm (:1' before [h hf March. 1916. to send I Dining the limeyou havelwvn in our midst you have won a most (-miuhlo plucv in llw hmn‘ts (nf uur people. By vmu-sLm-ling quuliLies. you have cum- ummlml tln- higlwst Ivgmd (&apos...
The Liberal, 9 Mar 1916 
Newspapers    .... 191.6 (Rear Richmond Hill Hnrdwm-é) Box 23 - MAPLE, ONT and one hundred ymmg mpn want- t‘d at once to train for L‘hnice office positions. - The, dpmand on \hc five times once for p \"lllCt’ you tunity. E you came. summer. . H. LAS L A. NICHOLLS NOTARY PUBLIC I. H. SANDERSON...
The Liberal, 16 Mar 1916 
Newspapers    .... . . . Oummissiunel, Cunvoyancor. etc Insurance. and Real Estate Issue! of Marriage Licenses. THORNHILL Bnl‘rlslcl S a nd solicitors. l. H. SANDERSON PHONE 183! RICHMOND HILL. ONT.. THURSDAY, MARCH 16. 191.6 Box L I“. NOTARY PUBLIC Electrician, Richmond Hill} S. SHEPHERD WILLIAM COOK EDWARD FRANCIS...
The Liberal, 23 Mar 1916 
Newspapers    ...:l(l(' by yoursrlf to covm icntal of quarters occupied at Richmond Hill. ('l'ik’que for which amount is cnclosed hcrcwith, 1 ani Yours cordially. (Sgd.) F. F. CLARKE. Lt. Colonel. 0.0. 127th O.S.Bn.,(‘.E.F. Toronto, March 15, 1916. 0-â€" Mr. Wm. Rumbles Death The funeral of the late...
The Liberal, 30 Mar 1916 
Newspapers    ... Presbyterian Church YOUNG WOMEN SHAw‘s SCHOOLS o prepare. \Virlh gout} )ming on you can come Cnrdailv In our Deer Pm k \Vl'ilé BCSIXE Bandsmen RESIDENT uul 1,916 iutn a 1m, om a was we ud- grout I l‘VS 53mmme mmmmmcfi We have the D.L. & W. Scranton Hard coal. and Kennel...
The Liberal, 6 Apr 1916 
Newspapers    ... The :ilmvt- (Inllllf‘ll met at Arm~ stmng‘s Hull-l King City on Saturday, March :25, 1916. Memhers all present with Rreve \Vells in the (‘haiix Minutes of last regular uwctiug road and confirmed. A uumher of on-mmuni(:ations were 19.00in and read, and a number of accounts ordinle paid. Tht...
The Liberal, 13 Apr 1916 
Newspapers    ... wherever there are children. For during 1916 twenty-six cases of fly-poisoning were reported from eleven states. dren were innocent victims. This record is in all probability incomplete as symptoms of arsenical poisoning are so similar to those of choltra infantum that even physicians of long experience...
The Liberal, 20 Apr 1916 
Newspapers    ... with hm \Vo-xfmdA np with at Rid)- BOYLEâ€"OxyThursduy. April 6. 1916, Glenhulmv, Hugvrlnnn P. 0.. In M and Mrs. Frank Boyle, a daughter. N\)R.\I.\.\'#At Maple, ’I'nuqlny. Aplil ALL AT REASONABLE PRICES lb’. 19M. Mls. Charles Nulnun, in her 613: ymr. J Funmnl 1:01)) the ):â...
The Liberal, 27 Apr 1916 
Newspapers    ... is being laid llpun us by these years of International waste and conflict. To the Editor of The Liberal : Non-E Farm Credits Maple .. THURSDAY. APRIL 27. 1916 H ENRY MOYLE. ssmtials, Liberty; in all things, Charity On Thursday. Apin 20 Ungue anemia! [he {1 uncle“ Chm 195 MnL‘ngm' See...
The Liberal, 4 May 1916 
Newspapers    ... it is due. Yours truly. JOHN H. SANDERSHN. Apii127,1916 â€"â€"â€"Q. Village Directory Church of England â€"â€"Services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Holy Communion on the 3rd Sunday in the month at 11 a.m. and the 4th Sunday at. 8.30 a.ni. Sunday School and Bible Class at 3 o...
The Liberal, 11 May 1916 
Newspapers    ... ___,___,_ EXPECT THAT THE WAR 1 ' WILL END THIS YEAR. A despatch from London says: In- dicating a strong belief that the war is beginning to draw to a close, Lloyd’s on Thursday posted new in- surance rates, wagering only 1 to 3 ‘that the war will not end before De- !cember 31, 1916...
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