Richmond Hill Public Library News Index
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Year:  1950  Geographic Location:  Richmond Hill   Sort by:  Relevance
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Public Auction Sale 
ImageText    This is an original poster with the announcement of farm stock sale in public auction in Markham. PUBLIC AUCTION IMPLEMENTS, HAY, GRAIN, FURNITURE, ETC. 1 Black Mare, aged 1 Black Mare, aged 1 Bay Gelding, 5 years old Harness 1 Set Breeching...
The Liberal, 5 Jan 1950 
Newspapers    ... job and back â€" a paid him a dollar for a ten hour y-ontinued on page 2) men and .185 3e rum-HILL, ONT., THURSDAY, JANUARY 5. 1950 ‘ ggpnstructed ‘91:: ,u a. . I In :6? .‘gggégrgng Etfective January 1, 1950, ade quate mudguards or fenders t( prevent splasing must...
The Liberal, 12 Jan 1950 
Newspapers    ... locally in the near future, for the information of movie-goers. “In Essentials, Unity; In Non-Essentials, Liberty; In All Things, Charity." VOLUME LXXI. NUMBER 28. Date Deferred RICHMOND HILL, ONT” THURSDAy‘ JANUARY 12 1950 HOME PAPER 01“ THE DISTRICT SINCE 1878 Know Your...
The Liberal, 19 Jan 1950 
Newspapers    ..., to provide it in such a manner that it would be an asset to the municipality and a source of pleasure to all citi- zens. [£11m EWEWL “In Essentials, Unity; In Non-Essentials, Liberty; Correction RICHMOND HILL, 0NT., THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1950 Markham Wpfiouncillors Want Plumbing Inspector To Resign...
The Liberal, 26 Jan 1950 
Newspapers    ..., was taken by Edmund Soame, “The Studio,” 1720 Avenue Road. capac- RICHMOND HILL, 0NT., THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1950 Councillor Middleton said he agreed whole-heartedly with the opinions expressed by Dr. Young, although he was a member of the Community Hall Commission. Councillor Floyd Perkins...
The Liberal, 2 Feb 1950 
Newspapers    ... Township, is the first vice-president, with of 1950 ident. Directors of the association el- ected were: Wes. Middleton, P. C. Hill, D. Rumney, Len. Clement, H. R. Butt, George Agar, M. Boyle, S. Rumble, B. Weldrick, Al. Rice, G. Atkinson, 1'. Tyndall, M. Savage, G. Rumney. Associate directors...
The Liberal, 9 Feb 1950 
Newspapers    ... not get her skates on and save the day by her skill on the blades. TERESA WRIGHT plays the title role in "The Imperfect Ladyf: A synopsis of pictures to be shown locally in the near future, for the information of movieâ€"goers. ' Ma! IC-4 The first open meeting in 1950 of the York 1...
The Liberal, 16 Feb 1950 
Newspapers    ...'with un- finished business from the regu- lar monthly meeting gave further consideration to road estimates for 1950, with the matter of in- creases for members of the town- ship’s staff being laid over until all councillors were present. The Sa'turday. night’ dan'ces be- ing staged...
The Liberal, 23 Feb 1950 
Newspapers    ..., Unity; In Non-Essentials, Liberty; c1w33 RICHMOND HILL, 0NT., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1950 Due to heavy demand for tele- phone service in recent years, some rural circuits have had to accom- modate as many as twelve parties on a single line. This extension will provide 60 new numbers and help reduce...
The Liberal, 2 Mar 1950 
Newspapers    .... Clarence Atkinson begins operations in “June’s Gift Shoppe" the last of the new stores in the McLatchy block to be oc- cupied since it was finished. “In Essentiajs, Unity; In Non-Essentials, Liberty; In All Things, Charity." RICHMOND HILL, 0NT., THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1950 Water For Sub...
The Liberal, 9 Mar 1950 
Newspapers    ..., twelve slightly used Lucky (‘2) Draw tickets. Apply Richmond Hill 9.) 74mg “In Essentials, Unity; In Non-Essentials, Liberty; RICHMOND HILL, 0NT., THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1950 Start Planning" Markham Tp. 100th Birthday First steps towards the celebra- tion of Markham Township’s cen- tennial...
The Liberal, 16 Mar 1950 
Newspapers    ... in the chair, and town- ship clerk Charles Hoover acting as secretary, the meeting settled on July 1 and 2 as the dates for 0NT., THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1950 Councillors And Trustees Enthused Over Proposal To Save $16,000 On Site The Community Hall Board will go out of operation on April 3, members of Richmond...
The Liberal, 23 Mar 1950 
Newspapers    ... the 111th Anniversary of the Sunday School on the morning of June 4; a rally of the organizations in the evening; a Garden Party at the Parsonage on Wednesday, June T, land a special Jubilee Service on RICHMOND HILL, 0NT., THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1950 DeBentures on the storm sewer claim nearly 2c â€" 1...
The Liberal, 30 Mar 1950 
Newspapers    ..., had passed far from being a rural one and was now distinctly urban. Amalgamation of Toronto and surrounding municipalities would a police village, was no good in .the ‘light of conditions of 1950,” said Mr. Deacon. He emphasized the fact that he was not expressing personal opinions as to what...
The Liberal, 6 Apr 1950 
Newspapers    ..., 0NT., THURSDAY,APRIL 6, 1950 Distances UpA- Dollars Down Teeth Put In Dog Bylaw By Village Councillors Strays May Bring Fines Higher Costs, Increased Mileage Shown In N. Yonge Bus Income A bite has been put in local legislation controlling the keeping of dogs in Richmond Hill. At its recent...
The Liberal, 13 Apr 1950 
Newspapers    ... in the development of the 'island,‘b‘f'WhiCh his father was once Prime Minister. ‘ Educated there, in England and at Dalhousie University in Halifax, he was the first Newfoundlander to make the RICHMOND HILL, 0NT., THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1950 Vaughan Township council, at a recent meeting, accepted...
The Liberal, 20 Apr 1950 
Newspapers    ... had not raised any objections when the matter of pay increases for township road stafi members was discussed, neither had he supported increases for them. Councillors Clark and James said that they had received com- plaints from taxpayers following statements that the road budget for 1950 had been...
The Liberal, 27 Apr 1950 
Newspapers    ..., it was shown by latest fig- ures obtained from the Dominion Employment Bureau. There are 983 persons registered as unem- ployed at present, 834 from the town and 149 from the suburban area . NORTH YORK TWP.: Building pegmits issued in North York Township for March, 1950, totalled $6,337,870. bringing...
The Liberal, 4 May 1950 
Newspapers    ... date. c1w44 DAFF’ODIL snow postponed in the municipality during 1950 might total two million dollars looks as if it might not be such a “long shot.” For the first four months of the year â€"- usually the lightest for permits issuance â€"- the total is $650,550. Thus the light ï...
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