1940s A photograph of Dr. Helen Sawer Hogg, one of the few Canada's professional astronomers.
1940s A photograph of Dr. Frank Hogg.
... approved the fol-
lowing appointments were ratiï¬ed:
Board of Health: Medical Officer,
Dr. R. A. Big-ford, Reeve John Hes-
trawseiâ€™, member John Kellain, sec-
iretary, J. McDonald.
Vaughan Township Council
Holds Inaugural Meeting
The ï¬rst counch meeting of Vaugh-
:11. Township for 1949
was held Jan...
... from b8-
â€˜99. Over one
RICHMOND HILL. ONT., THURSDAYv JANUARY 1:}, 1949
extended by Reeve Lion Percy Hill,
Past President of Richmond Hill
At this point 1st Vice President of
Lions lnternationai, Walter C. Fisher
introduced the Honored Guest of the
evening- in his usual sincere, friend...
RICHMOND HILL ARENA
the fpllowing MASTER
can be depended on to
82 Yonge Street
FOLLOW THE MASTER PIG
Balance Your Pig Feeding
IIERBE RT R. BUTT
BERAL, Richmond Hill, Thursday, January 20, 1949
PHONE UNION VILLE 128...
of the Corporation of
if Vaughan met at the
sen the municipalities
'aughan at the Fourth
Monday, J-unuary 2},
THE HOMIJâ€™ Iâ€™AIâ€™ER
OF THE DISTRICT
The Stouï¬‚â€™ville,Lions Club will
shortly open sale of d-raw tickets on
a new 19,49
automobile, the draw to
The officers for 1949
: Hon. presi-
dents Messrs. Wm. Redelmeier, Robt.
Keith and R. D. Little; president, C.
E. Little; lst vice-pres, W. A. Wag-
ner; 2nd vice-pres, A. Rice; directors
newly elected, Mrs B. L. Anderson,
Mrs. Wm. Banks, Dr. A. Doan, Mr.
Wm. Ferguson and Mr Charles Bari-
RICHMOND HILL. ONT., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10. 1949
Report of the recent Boards of
Health meeting attended by repres-
entatives from Richmond Hill, Woodâ€"
bridge and Vaughan Township was
given. The report, concurred in by
council, dealt with the hiring of Mrs.
0 Gibson as public health nurse. Mrs...
...¬nished a rum-
uus room in their basement for the
ehildrcn and in no time at all, they
had all the youngâ€™people in the neigh-
â€œIn Rsspntials. Unity; 1n Nonâ€"Es:
EIEHMOND HILL, ONT., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17th, 1949
mittee has been busy...
...» Child ï¬‚uid
9. Notice of renewals may be given
by mail gm" in prersoni
And what a memory! Thereâ€™s nc
'iesitation, no groping, when it comes
to recalling ï¬gures either past 01
present. Names and facts are on th(
tip of her tongue instantly. She...
... at the
Council Chambers in Maple Thurs-
day the 24th day of February, 1949
at 8 oâ€™clock pm.
_ . vâ€˜ v-
Temporary Assistance. Township
Office â€" The clerk outlined the ap-
plications received â€˜for the position
of assistant help in the Township Ofâ€"
ï¬ce. 'Councl approved of the em...
... education will be included in
tax bills but, due to a new sys-
High School costs will also
be levied during; the current year.
The effect is that this year Vaughan
lâ€˜ownship taxpayers will be paying
'heir proportion of High School costs
â€™0" the two years at one time.
Always a Cartoon and News
Markham Twp. Taxes For 1949
Be Paid In Two tqual Instalments
ï¬â€˜,eÃ©thg;:ï¬‚ï¬‚ M. ..Â»./, , , _ . , , .
Yonge Street Sidewalk Is
Approved By Vaughan Council
(lo-Operation Likely To Aid
Holding Of Markham Tax Rate
it is likely that the 1949
be substantially the same as 1943,
reports Reeve Vern Griï¬‚â€™in.
Back of the picture â...
... VIEWS AND OBSERVATIONS
RICHMOND HILL, ONT., THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1949
(By F. J. Picking)
During 1943 he addressed Canadian
audiences from coast to coast on the
subject of submarines. Since his re-
lturn in 1947 he has spoken on various
subjects such asivfâ€˜Our individual res-
for May 10th. Emphasizing the exis-
tence of a by-law covering: the subâ€"
ject, which forbids the running at
large of dogs after May 1, councillors
indicated a strong determination to
see this law enforced in 1949
31' with stern appropriâ€˜ate action in
.Lhe case of unlicensed...
iTHURSDAY. APRIL 14, 1949
In All Iâ€˜hinqâ€˜s
York County Sets
3 World Records
For Butter Fat
Three world records were honour-
ed at the annual banquet of the York
County Holstein Club held recently
at Fairlawn United Church, Toronto.
George W. Henry of Oriole, vice-
â€œIn'Lssentials, Unity; 1n Non-Essentials, AIJberty; In All Iâ€˜hinuâ€™u
From The Hilltop
A COLUMN OF VIEWS AND OBSERVATIONS
coal, feed and E V A littlÃ© \Gork
RICHMOND HILL, ONT., THURSDAYAPRIL â€˜21, 1949
(By F. J. Picking
building supplies business in the Hill,
now called I. D...
...¬‚dw of 150 gallons per
Council was advised that the De-
partment of Highways had given ap-
proval to the 1949
road budget 0f
5.3.000. Last yean"s budget amount-
ed to 360.000. the increase this year
being caused by the purchase of new
... possible alteration of the bylaw
governing cabins is indicated.
On the same night the office of the
Endean Nurseries, Elgin Mills, was
broken into, leaving the suspicion
that the urailway robbery was pulled
otf to provideï¬he tools. _ _
Approximately one third of 1949
dog lxcenses have been taken out...
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