Richmond Hill Public Library News Index
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Year:  1926  Geographic Location:  Richmond Hill   Sort by:  Relevance
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The Liberal, 13 May 1926 
Newspapers    ... f Covering Canada’s $.l‘50dper year Best Suburban m a vance' DiStl'iCt Single copy, 3 cents “In Essentials, Unity; In Non-assent ia/s, Liberty; In All Things, Charity.” Vol. XLVIH. RICHMOND HILL, ONT., THURSDAY, MAY 13 1926 _ No 46 3p . THEATRE 2492...
The Liberal, 20 May 1926 
Newspapers    ... .V-IIVQ n HSQE‘ 12 RE USERS” INK 1.0.9. “In Essentials, Unity; In Non-essentials, Liberty; In All Things, Charity.” Impressive Work Carried Out By Grand Chapter Officers RICHMOND HILL, ONT., THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1926 Principal and Rt. IX. Com. W. Hop- kins...
The Liberal, 27 May 1926 
Newspapers    ....” RICHMOND HILL, ONT., THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1926 Baseball Club ‘A meeting of the local baseball club was held at the Hotel Richmond on Thursday night last. Plans for‘ the year were discussed and it is hoped that the coming season will prove a successful one. The treasur- ery of the club...
The Liberal, 3 Jun 1926 
Newspapers    ... zinizilt..mition. ac« cording to lie“. cl :1: (lanadian National Ru aquirters. At in 1.. \O S 135 he q A drop in the o_.erz;ting ratio from 92.89 per cent. in April. 1035, to 321.91 per cent. in April, 1926, was also acâ€" complishcd. Equally...
The Liberal, 10 Jun 1926 
Newspapers    ... threatened to spoil the evening, but it proved to be only a passing show- er .and play commenced shortly after seven o’clock. James McLean, the president of the club, officially de- clared the season opened and made an appeal to all the members to make an effort to make the 1926 season the best...
The Liberal, 17 Jun 1926 
Newspapers    ... and Unity; In Non-essentials. Liberty; In All Thingx, Charity.” THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1,926 TWELVE Willth CillllPETE FOR Yiliili filllli’ll' HONORS R. M. Campbell Declared the Winners The annual public speaking contest | "Stage Fright”; sixth. Norman Steck- for the County of York...
The Liberal, 24 Jun 1926 
Newspapers    .... R. Agnew, God- frey Willis, skip, 14. Majority for Board Stands By Adopted Schedule And Refuses Request Unionville Bowlers Defeat Local Rinks RICHMOND'HILL, 0NT., THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1926 Unionville one TEMHER§ ASK NEWER MES? Victoria Square mechanical FORD TUDOR, 1925, with Ruckstell...
The Liberal, 1 Jul 1926 
Newspapers    ... Things, Charity.” RICHMOND HILL, ONT., THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1926 On’Monday last, June 28, Mr. and Ms. John Duncan, Church street, celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of their wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Duncan, who during the course of their lives have been almost continuous resid- ents of this district...
The Liberal, 8 Jul 1926 
Newspapers    ... re- sults. ul The children were each given a treat of fruit before leaving, and about 9 p.m., the end of a perfect day they wended their ways home- ward tired but satisfied. RICHMOND HILL, ONT., THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1926 Thanks are due to. Mr. Allison, Jr., of Richmond Hill and Mr. Rainey...
The Liberal, 15 Jul 1926 
Newspapers    ....) not intendedto comebefore Vaughan Council in good mechanical get one of these popu- 1926 {Strawberry Festival 3 Successful Event Held at the Home of Mr. and Mrs Jos. Atkinson" and was largely -’~‘ ‘ Attended On Saturday afternoon'and even~ ing last a very succesfu], Strawberry Festival...
The Liberal, 22 Jul 1926 
Newspapers    ..., 1926 MONDAY, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY July26,27,28’ A QPAQKLING Comedy Garden Party Only a few of the members of the committee appointed by the council to arrange for a field day to be held here sometime in August turned out to the meeting on Friday night. Coun- cillor Greene, the chairman...
The Liberal, 29 Jul 1926 
Newspapers    ... looking out for comfort and pleasure of all in attendance. RICHMOND HILL, ONT., THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1926 Found ~After Four Years Robert Lowe of Thornhill might be described as the “luck iest man in town.” Four years ago he lost his watch while working in the field and this Week was successful in ï...
The Liberal, 5 Aug 1926 
Newspapers    ... 8 feet 3 inches high and is still going strong. If you can beat l. a Mrs. it let the Liberal know about it. x : SO impressivel 5, 1926 “In Essentials, Unity; In Non-essentials, Liberty; In All Things, Charty.” 7 RICHMOND HILL, ONT., THURSDAY, AU Annual Picnic The thirteenth annual...
The Liberal, 12 Aug 1926 
Newspapers    ... by every reasonable sign, the outlook in this province had not in his opinion been surpassed in years. “'ill Probably Be Record Yield Throu- Crop Prospects Area Encouraging RICHMOND HILL, ONT., THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1926 ghout The Province Severa‘f méhibers‘HQ'oi'éed Fï...
The Liberal, 19 Aug 1926 
Newspapers    ... cups and stand. LOCAL TOURNAMENT ' WELL ‘CGNTESTED RICHMOND HILL, ONT., THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1926 rurna- en on 7-four Ic'lud- The engineer’s report favoring the construction of water mains in Aven- It was further intimated that the street railway would contribute to the cost...
The Liberal, 26 Aug 1926 
Newspapers    ... Saving Aurora girls “In Essentials, Unity; In Non-tssentials, Liberty; In All Things, Charity." First Crushing The first of the 1926 crops of oats to be crushed by J. F. Burr was from the farm of L. B.,Stong on Saturday August let. It is interesting to note that this is somewhat later than...
The Liberal, 2 Sep 1926 
Newspapers    ... pos- sible to make this the best; show ever. Members are urged to make exhib Bowl ing Mic. Tournament “In Essentials, Unity; In Non-essentials, Liberty: In All Things, Charity.” FREE ENTERTAI Valuable Prizes dri RICHMOND HILL, ONT., THURSDAY, SEPT. 2, 1926 l The notorious promises...
The Liberal, 9 Sep 1926 
Newspapers    ...€™clock Standard time. TOPICSâ€"FABLES in the interests of apiml “In Essentially, Unity; In Non-essentials, Liberty; In All Things, Charity.” RICHMOND HILL, ONT., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1926 The Thornhill Presbyterian Church Sunday School is making splendid pro- gress under the superintendentship...
The Liberal, 16 Sep 1926 
Newspapers    ..., SEPTEMBER 16, 1926 \Von Prize “Billy” Mylkes of Richmond Hill was the winner of a handsome prize, a Congoleum rug, in a lucky number contest at the Canadian National Ex- hibition last week. tions ofl this district were-guests of W. G. Baldock, Ltd., on .Tuesday night when the election’returns were...
The Liberal, 23 Sep 1926 
Newspapers    ...-essentials, Liberty ; In All Things, Charity.” THE CAR SENSATION RICHMOND HILL, ONT., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1926 “Elmwood” was tastefully and ap- propriately decorated for the occasion with a profusion of flowers, and in the tea room yellow candle sticks tied with yellow ribbon were in keep- ing...
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