... the village
council will appoint three members
as in the past, but the County Counâ€"
oil will appoint one member instead
of three and will be made annually.
Present members of the Board apâ€"
pointed by the village council are
JANUARY 5th, 1939
A. A. Eden, C...
... twenty-five years.
Council appointed the following to
constitute the BoardÂ» of Health for
: Reeve Rennie, Clerk Charles
Hoover, W. F. Kincaid, Dr. C. R.
MacKay, M.O.H. Constable B. Gay-
man was namedâ€˜ Sanitary Inspector
at a salary of $25 per year.
It was decided to join the Ontario
...; SATURDAY, JANUARY 20 - 21
The following is the executive of
the Y.P.U. for the year 1939
Pres, Rev. J. A. Macdonald; Presi-
dent, Miss Bessie Valliere; 1st Vice-
President, Mr. Fraser Gee; Secretary,
Miss Marion Smith; Treasurer, Mr.
Harold Klinck; Convenors...
ports were received. Plans for 1939
were discussed. Below are the off-
icers elected: '
. Hon. Presidents, Mr. George G-ee,
Mr. P. E. Angle; President, Mr. R.
D. Little; lst Vice-President, Mr. J.
A. Bales; 2nd Vice-President, Mr. A.
Teal; Sec.-Treas., Mrs. A. J. Hume;
Directors (continuing), Mrs...
Got Down To Workâ€ says York Reeve
Reeve MacRae said r-ouncil had an
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2nd, 1939
iopportunity of making a name for
itself by taking the initiative in cut-
ting down governments. â€œBut when
we come to cutting off our own
heads we. donâ€™t like to do it...
will likely be under that fig-
ure. Last year the amount Spent on
roads on which the provincial suâ€˜b-
sidy will be asked was $20,576.
One Year Snow Shovelling Cost
Township Over $2000
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9th, 1939
...The .annual meeting of the Herti-
cultural Society was held in the Com-
munity Hall on Monday evening. A
very interesting lecture on â€œBulbsâ€
was given by Mr. Clarke, Provincial
Lecturer. The election of officers
for the year 1939
took place and Mr.
Clarke presided. President, Mr. Jas.
played gâ€˜ood hockey andâ€˜ it would be
difficult to pick any stars. Their
team work was commendable and ev-
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23rd, 1939
in Play-Off Series with
lotn teams turnw â€™""J
minute mark Ron l erously cut trousers and skimpy coat...
... playing good: hoc-
Richmond Hill Juveniles
Defeat Newmarket in Keenly
The second period saw Newmar-
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 2nd, 1939
Now Meet Winner of Midland-Barrie Seriesâ€"Local V-Sâ€™d
Reviving Hockey Enthusiasm In The Districtâ€"Play- â€˜
... of the
Vaughan will pay in county levy
for the year 1939
the sum of $32,-
437.97 which is a slight decrease
from 1938 when the township paid
into the county treasury $33,401.95.
Back in 1931 the county levy amount-
ed to $54,202.26.
Call for Tenders
Members of Richmond Hill coun...
... returned to his Original home
here to which he has added from
time to time and in the past decade
kept him in constant touch with his â€˜
"In Essentials, Unity; In Non-essentials. Liberty; In All Things, Charityâ€
Yonge St. at Glenforest Rd.
Motion Pictures Are Your Best...
Toronto; and a son, J. E. Garrow,
of Toronto. Deceased was born in
King Township and' lived in Maple
"In Essentials, Unity; Irn PE
/RICHMOND_HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 23rd, 1939
Richmond Hill Agricultural Soci-
... which showed the
treasury to â€˜be' in a healthy condi-
YORK COUNTY JUNEOR FARMERS _
ELECT OFFICERS FOR YEAR 1939
Following the nominations of the
county officers to be voted on in
the afternoon, Rev. W. H. Fuller of
Markham addressed the group on
...©ï¬'v'crgï¬lrdfPhÃ©takenv unrfjl more
(Befinit-ef informatxon is recexvedl as
to them itinvery.
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 6th, 1939
eature of 119% week's
ave no alibi; other
at us drownâ€.â€"Ex_
In Non-essentials. Liberty; In All Things, Charity...
... To Conform To
Any Reasonable Regulations and
Inspertlomâ€"â€"Cowwil Says No
Local By-law Bans Car
Wrecking Business Here
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 13th, 1939
Paris Auto supply at Richmond Motors Garage After Fixing
Up Place Told by By-Law That They Cannot Operate
Business Here â...
..., and exhibits
in this class are solicit-ed. The Com-
mittee are giving particular atten-
tion to care and protection of ex.
hibit property. Demonstrative
features in handicrafts and art Will
be held during the evening. Show
â€˜open from 4 pan. until 9.30 p.m.
RICHMOND HILL. ONTARIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 20th, 1939
The sprayer will be in operation.
Notify T. H. Trench: if you would
like it to visit your orchard.
A meeting to reâ€"orgâ€˜anize the soft-
ball elub for 1939
Will .be held in
the Municipal Hall on Monday even-
ing, May lst at 8 pm. D.S.T. All
interested are requested to be pre4
Townshipâ€™s Financial quÃ©titin Ste:
ily Improvingâ€"Monday May 22
Declared Civic I-Ilalixlay
Clerk and treasurer J. M. McDon-
ald of Vaugâ€˜han reported at the reg-
ular council meeting Monday that
bank loans as at May lst, 1939
amounted to $15,000 compared with
$52,000 on May lst, 1935. This large...
.... Tate pointed out that the T.
T. C. has no regulatiOn over the
price of the fare, the route to be
taken, the schedule, the type of the
bus, nor the fitness of the drivers.
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, MAY 11th, 1939
â€œThe department of highways has
charge of all these things,â€ said Mr.
ers were: R. L. Stiver, W. L. Clark,
C. H. Hooper, Douglas Hood, Dr. G.
Kelly, Roy Boyimgton. Interment
took place in Thornhill cemetery.
Roses for Royalty
from Richmond Hill
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, MAY 18th, 1939
LATE OSCAR COX
â€˜The midway will lbe bigger and
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