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  • Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 29 Aug 1884
    Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 29 Aug 1884
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  • Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Sep 1884
    Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 5 Sep 1884
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  • Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 22 Aug 1884
    Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 22 Aug 1884
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  • News from Nobleton
    News from Nobleton
    newspapertext  "News from Nobleton," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 21 Mar 1884, p. 2     Mr. Jno. Hackett died at his own residence on the 4th inst. (Obituary)
    newspapertext  "News from Nobleton," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 21 Mar 1884, p. 2   Mr. Jno. Hackett died at his own residence on the 4th inst. (Obituary)
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  • Business Opportunity
    Business Opportunity
    newspapertext  "Business Opportunity," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 21 Mar 1884, p. 2     The business of the North End Foundry passed from Mr. W.C. Niles to Messrs. Lundy & Gardner.
    newspapertext  "Business Opportunity," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 21 Mar 1884, p. 2   The business of the North End Foundry passed from Mr. W.C. Niles to Messrs. Lundy & Gardner.
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  • Glenville Items
    Glenville Items
    newspapertext  "Glenville Items," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 18 Apr 1884, p. 2     The death of Chas. Wilson, Esq. (Obituary)
    newspapertext  "Glenville Items," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 18 Apr 1884, p. 2   The death of Chas. Wilson, Esq. (Obituary)
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  • Presentation
    Presentation
    newspapertext  "Presentation," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 23 May 1884, p. 2     L. Atkinson and G. Srigley of Newmarket I.O.O.F. presented G.C. Mortimore a memento of his kind services and affable and courteous manner.
    newspapertext  "Presentation," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 23 May 1884, p. 2   L. Atkinson and G. Srigley of Newmarket I.O.O.F. presented G.C. Mortimore a memento of his kind services and affable and courteous manner.
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  • S.S. Excursion
    S.S. Excursion
    newspapertext  "S.S. Excursion," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 25 Jul 1884, p. 2     Second annual excursion of the Methodist Sunday School to Chouchiching Park.
    newspapertext  "S.S. Excursion," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 25 Jul 1884, p. 2   Second annual excursion of the Methodist Sunday School to Chouchiching Park.
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  • A bad spill
    A bad spill
    newspapertext  "A bad spill," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 25 Jul 1884, p. 2     Mr. A. I. Hollingshead slipped while crossing the creek behind his property on Prospect Street
    newspapertext  "A bad spill," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 25 Jul 1884, p. 2   Mr. A. I. Hollingshead slipped while crossing the creek behind his property on Prospect Street
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  • Nearly buried alive
    Nearly buried alive
    newspapertext  "Nearly buried alive," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 25 Jul 1884, p. 2     Elias Harman nearly buried alive in a new culvert on Yonge Street opposite the Phillips' Broom Factory. Rescued by Messrs. Savage and Bennett.
    newspapertext  "Nearly buried alive," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 25 Jul 1884, p. 2   Elias Harman nearly buried alive in a new culvert on Yonge Street opposite the Phillips' Broom Factory. Rescued by Messrs. Savage and Bennett.
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  • Determined to die
    Determined to die
    newspapertext  "Determined to die," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 25 Jul 1884, p. 2     News report from Toronto paper regarding Richard Kelsey of Newmarket being restrained from taking his own life and being committed to the lunatic asylum.
    newspapertext  "Determined to die," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 25 Jul 1884, p. 2   News report from Toronto paper regarding Richard Kelsey of Newmarket being restrained from taking his own life and being committed to the lunatic asylum.
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  • Accident
    Accident
    newspapertext  "Accident," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 25 Jul 1884, p. 2     Ed. Collins, employee of Canes' Factory had a narrow escape from being cut to pieces.
    newspapertext  "Accident," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 25 Jul 1884, p. 2   Ed. Collins, employee of Canes' Factory had a narrow escape from being cut to pieces.
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  • Fire in a fence
    Fire in a fence
    newspapertext  "Fire in a fence," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 25 Jul 1884, p. 2     Mr. David Millard of Yonge Street lost about 20 rods of fencing due to fire.
    newspapertext  "Fire in a fence," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 25 Jul 1884, p. 2   Mr. David Millard of Yonge Street lost about 20 rods of fencing due to fire.
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  • On Speaking Terms
    On Speaking Terms
    newspapertext  "On Speaking Terms," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 15 Aug 1884, p. 2     Telephone connection was established between Newmarket and Toronto, Guelph and Hamilton. Mr. Jas. Widdis had the honour of sending the first business message from the town to Toronto.
    newspapertext  "On Speaking Terms," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 15 Aug 1884, p. 2   Telephone connection was established between Newmarket and Toronto, Guelph and Hamilton. Mr. Jas. Widdis had the honour of sending the first business message from the town to Toronto.
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  • Local Items Boys Beware
    Local Items Boys Beware
    newspapertext  "Local Items Boys Beware," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 15 Aug 1884, p. 2     Complaints that boys have been stealing harvest apples on Sunday evenings when towns people are at church. Six names have been collected and warnings shall proceed.
    newspapertext  "Local Items Boys Beware," Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 15 Aug 1884, p. 2   Complaints that boys have been stealing harvest apples on Sunday evenings when towns people are at church. Six names have been collected and warnings shall proceed.
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