...A photograph of James Langstaff traveling in Europe in 1933
...-divisions, Mr. Gohn
"ting a majority only in Thornhill
( Mongolia. Reeveâ€"elect Padget
a veteran in the municipal arena
ving served as lâ€˜eeve in former
ars and he is also an ex-warden of
3 County. Incidently he will be one
â€˜ two exâ€"wardens sitting in the 1933
The inaugral meeting- of the counâ€"
cil of Richmond Hill Village was held
in the clerkâ€˜s office Monday morning
at 11 a.m. Reeve J. A. Greene in his
inaugural address thanked the electors
for the confidence in him exprwscd
at the polls...
RICHMOND HILL. ONTARIO. THURSDAY, JANUARY 19th, 1933
cilIor McLean was in the chair as the
'council was in committee of the whole
and therefore as chairman did not en-
ter into any of the discussion. How-
ever, he stated his position by de-
claring that he felt in these very
Salary Cuts For Markham
YORK COUNTY' :
Reeve George Elliott of North.
York Township was acclaimed Warden i
of York County for the year 1933
the opening session of York County
Cduncil. Tuesday afternoon. Reeve
George Kellam of Vaughan, who was
a strong contender...
.... Trench, Mrs. O. L.
Wright, Bert Cook; Property Comâ€"
mittee, J. F. Atkinson, F. N. Hopper,
Rev. L. p. Secrett, C. H. Sanderson;
Finance Committee, J. E. Atkinson,
A. D.- Buchanan, F. S. Tyndall.
A. A. Eden New
* School Chairman
REQUISITION FOR SCHOOL PUR-
POSES REDUCED BY S}000.00
â€˜ FOR 1933
" In Frwmh'nlc
RICHMOND HILL. ONTARIO THURSDAY.Â»FEBL9tk,1933
VILLAGE TAX RATE IS DOWN
FOUR MILLS FOR THE YEAR1933
A reductitm in the tax nate' for 1933
of at least f-bur milIs is: assured the
ratepayers of Richmond Hill) This
was decided at the regular meeting...
...'v: In Non-essentials. Liberty:
WANG THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16th, 1933
School Boards /___
A further reduction of 20 per cent.
in the cost of secondary education
in the County of York, immediately,
is the only solution of present finan-
cial difficulties, according to a reso-
...-essentials. Libarty; In All Things, Charity."
RICHMOND HILL. ONTARIO THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23rd, 1933
R. H. H. S. Plans
This school organization is flour-
ishing under the presidency of Her-
bert Mason, and a capable committee
of elected officers.
The February meeting was enter...
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO THURSDAY, MARCH 2nd, 1933
ityâ€ and â€œOld Man Depressionâ€ will
have a race. This is only one of the
many features of the gala ice carni-
val and dance to be held that night
under the auspices of the Richmond
Hill Trumpet Band.
... the section
some $536.00 of last yearâ€™s levy, and
that the trustees when requesting payâ€"
ment to meet expenses of the school
were told to forget about it. The adâ€"
ministrators have told the trustees
that they will receive the 1933
in monthly payments, but this is not
sufficient to meet...
... to date away below the average,
which means that a large number of
car owners have not yet secured their
MILK PRODUCERS MEET
A meeting of the Milk Producers
of district number 6, comprising the
township of Markham and the south
half of Whitchurch met in the
Township Hall, Unionville, to...
...€"County Championship are
preparing for an active season in
At present Frank Doyle of Orillia,
president of the league, is in poor
health, and will not likely be able to
take an active part in the loop he
helped to form and guide so strongly
for two years.
It was decided to hold a meeting
next Friday evening...
in a Hole
"In Essentials. Umtv: In Non-esstnrials. Librrtv: In 14/! Things. Charity."
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1933
EMPLOYEE NAMED TO FILL P0-
George Smith who...
Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto.
YONGE AT CASTLEFIELD
â€œ[1; Essentials, Unity: In Nonâ€"essentials. Liberty: In All Thing}, Charity."
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO THURSDAY, APRIL 6th. 1933
Eighty-eight attended the euchre
and dance held at Richvale last Wed-
from this exceptionally brilliant Easâ€"
terner is promised.
YONGE AT CASTLEFIELD
"In Essentials. Umt'v; In Non-essentials. Liberty: In All Things, Charity."
ECHMOND HILL, ONTARIO THURSDAY, APRIL 13th, 1933
... the entire district as the opening
of the lacrosse season appmaches and
it looks now as if the Tri-County will
be bigger and better in 1933
ever before. Officers and members
of the league are very optimistic con-
cerning- the coming season and the
fans of Canadaâ€™s national game are
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO THURSDAY, APRIL 27th, 1933
lCommunity Mourns Passing
William H. Pugsley, Veteran
of County Municipal Life
William H. Pugsley, Richmond
Hillâ€™s â€œGrand Old Manâ€ died at his
home here early Monday morning.
In failing health for some time he
had been seriously ill but for a short...
.... This will be the
fanâ€™s first opportunity of seeing the
edition of â€œYoung Canadiansâ€
1932 champions of the Triâ€"County
league in action. A record crowd is
expected for the Opener and a real
good game is assured.
The Richmond Hill crew had their
second practice of the season Wednes-
â€œIn Essentials. Unity,- ln Nonâ€"csuntials. Liberty; In ï¬‚li Things, Charity.â€™
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO THURSDAY, MAY 11th. 1933
The Liberal Good-Will Club Con-
test is now fully organized and both
contestants and subscribers are be-
ginning to show considerable enthu-