Richmond Hill Public Library News Index
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Year:  1946  Geographic Location:  Richmond Hill   Sort by:  Relevance
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The Liberal, 3 Jan 1946 
Newspapers    ... on hand to supply me with eggs for the family. (No. 3) The Dominion Department of Agriculture states that Canada hopes to send about 88,000,000 dozen of eggs abroad in 1946. If we can do that, of course, and still have all we want ourselves, raising poultry The Li4beral’s Inquiring Reporter this week...
The Liberal, 10 Jan 1946 
Newspapers    ... in the first period and scored twice before Chapman’s came back with a counter. HON. RUSSELL T. KELLY Yon ge at Castlefield in Esspntiak‘rllnity: In Non-Essentlals. Elbertv: Ln All Things. Charity". RICHJVIOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 10th, 1946 Wait And Keep Eye On City Says...
The Liberal, 17 Jan 1946 
Newspapers    ..., and it is also Our duty to see that our own homes are as secure as locks and keys will make them. Lions Club Tonight Hunting Accident Yonge at Castlefield RlCHMdfiD HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 17th, 1946. School Board Plans Four New Rooms For The Public School “It may be that life in a, Canad...
The Liberal, 24 Jan 1946 
Newspapers    ... and missed two im- portant games. was unbeatable and stopped many shots that looked like sure goals. Yonge at Castlefield Mme mm :1 Essentials. Unity: In Non-Essentlals RICHIVIOND HILL, ONTARIO. gliUxLSDAY, JANUARY 24th, 1946 At a well attended meeting of St. Mary’s Laymen's Ass:ciaticn held ir...
The Liberal, 31 Jan 1946 
Newspapers    ... in blue heir first goal. At this stage of he game the local team were much he best and looked like a sure winnâ€" In All Things. Charity". JANUARY 31st, 1946. 1. We can outclass the family that has a potato bug as large as a big dog far a pet, as reported last week We have a weasel which...
The Liberal, 7 Feb 1946 
Newspapers    ... revealed at Monday nirv’ht’s session. Council started the year with a cash balance of 338.000 Land if the council strikes the 1946 jar're at 30 mills this surplus likely will be reduced by the end of the year. 'I‘he vear round weeklv garbage collection service .which he said ap- peared...
The Liberal, 14 Feb 1946 
Newspapers    ..., FEBRUARY 14th, 1946. Busy Year Just Ahead .Reeve William Neal Boosts Home Town ln Radio Talk Richmond Hill’s Reeve, William Neal, was the guest speaker on Radi. lStation CHU-M’s weekly municipal broadcast. Every Sunday morning this radio station features some On- tario municipality and usually has...
The Liberal, 21 Feb 1946 
Newspapers    ... Last Thursday night the Richmond Hill and District Hockey League wound up their regular schedule for this year. The Combines are league champions for 1946 as they finished the season ill first place with five ’wills and one tie for 11 pOints. SCU- ond place went to Richmond Hill with four wins...
The Liberal, 28 Feb 1946 
Newspapers    ... and educational prize list just received, the 1946 Fair should be the best yet. Entries for the various classes close on‘ March 12th. Farm boys and girls over 12 years of ageare evidencing 'keen interest in' the program of‘ club work for 1946 and tthe scholarships to be awarded. Clubs...
The Liberal, 7 Mar 1946 
Newspapers    ... This Friday night, weather per- mitting. Richmond Hill Juniors will trot out what is expected to be their 1946 Jr. C team when they tackle the Sltouffville Jrs. at the Richmond Hill Arena. The loeal team will be composed of practically all home brew players and every boy will ‘be éligilble for next year...
The Liberal, 14 Mar 1946 
Newspapers    ... to promote such and was known for its management and sportsmanship. 25, 26 and es raised in n-poses and village, as fit." MARCH 14th, 1946 On March 11 the group met in the High School with 16 members pres- ent. They decided to form them- selves into the Richmond Hill Choral lSociety with officers...
The Liberal, 21 Mar 1946 
Newspapers    .... :19. 30 ALAN LADD, CAST in "In Essentials. Unity: In Non-Essentials. Liberty: In All Things. Charity”. RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO. COMMITTEE T0 lN THURSDAY. VESTlGAIE MARCH 21st. 1946. ADVERTISING IN THE LIBERAL G E TS RESULTS as o . No. Addition...
The Liberal, 28 Mar 1946 
Newspapers    ...€"ALSOâ€"â€"â€"â€"- ROB'I‘. ARMSTRONG “ ARSON SQUAD ” Selected Shorts April 3. I, 5, (i 9' ill So far to the best of my knowledge "In Essentials. Unity; In Non-Essentials, Liberty; In All Things. Charity". RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 28th, 1946. LIONS HEAR INSPIRING...
The Liberal, 4 Apr 1946 
Newspapers    ... to purchase at suitable gift for the boys of the armed services. Council members decided that this was the only wag,r that this money could be raised and that the boys were deserving of some February 1946 showed the'largest profit. of the North Yonge Radials for this month since the records have been...
The Liberal, 11 Apr 1946 
Newspapers    ... 11th, 1946. ‘fi.....‘vXÂ¥s4*:xzs;,.p "’ J. E. SMITH, M.I’. PARLIAMENT HILL SPEAKER, APRIL 16 J. E. Smith, M.P., North York, ' will be the speaker on the radio “ “Report from Par- heard over * April 16th ‘“ programme liainent Hill" to be C.F.R.B. Tuesday, *â...
The Liberal, 18 Apr 1946 
Newspapers    ... as well as to engage additional help necessitated by the shorter hours. “As far as I am concerned, it is a waste of the taxpayer’s money," the reeve commented, ur ing that Director Harvey Lyons. lind vet- 613111 of thy First Great War, be ask- In Sept. 1946 there will be ready for kindergarten...
The Liberal, 25 Apr 1946 
Newspapers    ... and the response was by Mrs. James Langstaff. Lions And Ladies Enjoy Dinner and Dance In Toronto ONTARIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 25th, 1946. FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY FIRE AT SHEPPARD & GILL LUMBER YARD 6“ mm m a meeting of the congre ation it was decided to accept the a ove amount and to add an additional $1...
The Liberal, 2 May 1946 
Newspapers    ... For King City Boys igarette, Carelessly Flipped, Fires Awning, Threatens Whole Block I "In EssentiaIS. Unity: In Non-Essentials. Liberty: In All Things. Charity” RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, MAY 2nd, 1946. 501118 A new attraction will be the sheep herding demonstration. J. B. Ains...
The Liberal, 9 May 1946 
Newspapers    ... the first quarter of 1946 was $50.07636. This compares with $48,863.67 for the first quarter of 1945, a gain of The profit from the North Yongc Radials still climbs as shown in tho report received by the Richmond Hill Village council which shows an op Village council. The report indiCfltkS an operating...
The Liberal, 16 May 1946 
Newspapers    ... of the Township of Vaughan at its meeting on the Third day of June 1946 held in the Coun- cil Chambers at Maple, Ontario, at which time the Council will hear in person or by Counsel, Solicitor 01‘ Agent, any person who claims that his lands will be prejudicially afâ€" fected by the By-law and who ap- plies...
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