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  • Geisha (Propeller), C107710, sunk, 10 May 1906
    Geisha (Propeller), C107710, sunk, 10 May 1906
    textnewspaper  1906     Reason: sunkLives: nilFreight: suppliesRemarks: ?
    textnewspaper  1906   Reason: sunkLives: nilFreight: suppliesRemarks: ?
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • ONTARIO PROVINCIAL POLICE - Annual inspection in Haileybury
    ONTARIO PROVINCIAL POLICE - Annual inspection in Haileybury
    newspapertext  "ONTARIO PROVINCIAL POLICE - Annual inspection in Haileybury," Porcupine Advance (191203), 30 Oct 1930, p. 7    
    newspapertext  "ONTARIO PROVINCIAL POLICE - Annual inspection in Haileybury," Porcupine Advance (191203), 30 Oct 1930, p. 7  
    Timmins Public Library
  • McFARLANE, LESLIE - Script to be used for first movie "Talkie"
    McFARLANE, LESLIE - Script to be used for first movie "Talkie"
    newspapertext  "McFARLANE, LESLIE - Script to be used for first movie "Talkie"," Porcupine Advance (191203), 30 May 1929, p. 6     Leslie McFarlane was one of the early ghostwriters of "The Hardy Boys" series, writing under the pen name Franklin W. Dixon
    newspapertext  "McFARLANE, LESLIE - Script to be used for first movie "Talkie"," Porcupine Advance (191203), 30 May 1929, p. 6   Leslie McFarlane was one of the early ghostwriters of "The Hardy Boys" series, writing under the pen name Franklin W. Dixon
    Timmins Public Library
  • McFARLANE, LESLIE - Script to be used for first movie "Talkie"
    McFARLANE, LESLIE - Script to be used for first movie "Talkie"
    newspapertext  "McFARLANE, LESLIE - Script to be used for first movie "Talkie"," Porcupine Advance (191203), 30 May 1929, p. 6     Leslie McFarlane was one of the early ghostwriters of "The Hardy Boys" series, writing under the pen name Franklin W. Dixon
    newspapertext  "McFARLANE, LESLIE - Script to be used for first movie "Talkie"," Porcupine Advance (191203), 30 May 1929, p. 6   Leslie McFarlane was one of the early ghostwriters of "The Hardy Boys" series, writing under the pen name Franklin W. Dixon
    Timmins Public Library
  • McFARLANE, LESLIE - Author from Haileybury
    McFARLANE, LESLIE - Author from Haileybury
    newspapertext  "McFARLANE, LESLIE - Author from Haileybury," Porcupine Advance (191203), 10 Nov 1932, Section 2, p. 2     Leslie McFarlane was one of the early ghostwriters of "The Hardy Boys" series, writing under the pen name Franklin W. Dixon
    newspapertext  "McFARLANE, LESLIE - Author from Haileybury," Porcupine Advance (191203), 10 Nov 1932, Section 2, p. 2   Leslie McFarlane was one of the early ghostwriters of "The Hardy Boys" series, writing under the pen name Franklin W. Dixon
    Timmins Public Library
  • McFARLANE, LESLIE - Author from Haileybury, "Streets of Shadows"
    McFARLANE, LESLIE - Author from Haileybury, "Streets of Shadows"
    newspapertext  "McFARLANE, LESLIE - Author from Haileybury, "Streets of Shadows"," Porcupine Advance (191203), 10 Apr 1930, p. 1     Leslie McFarlane was one of the early ghostwriters of "The Hardy Boys" series, writing under the pen name Franklin W. Dixon; See also: September 18, 1930, Sect. 2, P. 6
    newspapertext  "McFARLANE, LESLIE - Author from Haileybury, "Streets of Shadows"," Porcupine Advance (191203), 10 Apr 1930, p. 1   Leslie McFarlane was one of the early ghostwriters of "The Hardy Boys" series, writing under the pen name Franklin W. Dixon; See also: September 18, 1930, Sect. 2, P. 6
    Timmins Public Library
  • McFARLANE, LESLIE - Author from Haileybury, "Streets of Shadows"
    McFARLANE, LESLIE - Author from Haileybury, "Streets of Shadows"
    newspapertext  "McFARLANE, LESLIE - Author from Haileybury, "Streets of Shadows"," Porcupine Advance (191203), 18 Sep 1930, Section 2, p. 6     Leslie McFarlane was one of the early ghostwriters of "The Hardy Boys" series, writing under the pen name Franklin W. Dixon; See also: April 10, 1930, Sect. 1, P. 1
    newspapertext  "McFARLANE, LESLIE - Author from Haileybury, "Streets of Shadows"," Porcupine Advance (191203), 18 Sep 1930, Section 2, p. 6   Leslie McFarlane was one of the early ghostwriters of "The Hardy Boys" series, writing under the pen name Franklin W. Dixon; See also: April 10, 1930, Sect. 1, P. 1
    Timmins Public Library
  • McKERRAACHER - Inducted into United Church Pastorate
    McKERRAACHER - Inducted into United Church Pastorate
    newspapertext  "McKERRAACHER - Inducted into United Church Pastorate," Porcupine Advance (191203), 7 Jan 1926, p. 2    
    newspapertext  "McKERRAACHER - Inducted into United Church Pastorate," Porcupine Advance (191203), 7 Jan 1926, p. 2  
    Timmins Public Library
  • McKERRAACHER - New minister at Haileybury United Church
    McKERRAACHER - New minister at Haileybury United Church
    newspapertext  "McKERRAACHER - New minister at Haileybury United Church," Porcupine Advance (191203), 7 Jan 1926, p. 2    
    newspapertext  "McKERRAACHER - New minister at Haileybury United Church," Porcupine Advance (191203), 7 Jan 1926, p. 2  
    Timmins Public Library
  • LIBERAL PARTY - 20th Century Liberal Association started in Haileybury
    LIBERAL PARTY - 20th Century Liberal Association started in Haileybury
    newspapertext  "LIBERAL PARTY - 20th Century Liberal Association started in Haileybury," Porcupine Advance (191203), 26 Apr 1934, Section 3, p. 3    
    newspapertext  "LIBERAL PARTY - 20th Century Liberal Association started in Haileybury," Porcupine Advance (191203), 26 Apr 1934, Section 3, p. 3  
    Timmins Public Library
  • LIBRARIES - Re-opening in Haileybury after fire
    LIBRARIES - Re-opening in Haileybury after fire
    newspapertext  "LIBRARIES - Re-opening in Haileybury after fire," Porcupine Advance (191203), 1 May 1930, Section 2, p. 6    
    newspapertext  "LIBRARIES - Re-opening in Haileybury after fire," Porcupine Advance (191203), 1 May 1930, Section 2, p. 6  
    Timmins Public Library
  • LIBRARIES - Haileybury to take over public library
    LIBRARIES - Haileybury to take over public library
    newspapertext  "LIBRARIES - Haileybury to take over public library," Porcupine Advance (191203), 23 Feb 1933, Section 2, p. 5    
    newspapertext  "LIBRARIES - Haileybury to take over public library," Porcupine Advance (191203), 23 Feb 1933, Section 2, p. 5  
    Timmins Public Library
  • LIBRARIES - Private lending libraries in Haileybury under license
    LIBRARIES - Private lending libraries in Haileybury under license
    newspapertext  "LIBRARIES - Private lending libraries in Haileybury under license," Porcupine Advance (191203), 17 May 1934, Section 2, p. 6    
    newspapertext  "LIBRARIES - Private lending libraries in Haileybury under license," Porcupine Advance (191203), 17 May 1934, Section 2, p. 6  
    Timmins Public Library
  • LIBRARIES - Library at Haileybury becomes a municipal library
    LIBRARIES - Library at Haileybury becomes a municipal library
    newspapertext  "LIBRARIES - Library at Haileybury becomes a municipal library," Porcupine Advance (191203), 6 Jan 1938, p. 4    
    newspapertext  "LIBRARIES - Library at Haileybury becomes a municipal library," Porcupine Advance (191203), 6 Jan 1938, p. 4  
    Timmins Public Library
  • LITERATURE - Haileybury author, Leslie McFarlane, "Streets of Shadows"
    LITERATURE - Haileybury author, Leslie McFarlane, "Streets of Shadows"
    newspapertext  "LITERATURE - Haileybury author, Leslie McFarlane, "Streets of Shadows"," Porcupine Advance (191203), 10 Apr 1930, p. 1     Leslie McFarlane was one of the early ghostwriters of "The Hardy Boys" series, writing under the pen name Franklin W. Dixon
    newspapertext  "LITERATURE - Haileybury author, Leslie McFarlane, "Streets of Shadows"," Porcupine Advance (191203), 10 Apr 1930, p. 1   Leslie McFarlane was one of the early ghostwriters of "The Hardy Boys" series, writing under the pen name Franklin W. Dixon
    Timmins Public Library
  • Re-opening of Haileybury Library after a fire
    Re-opening of Haileybury Library after a fire
    newspapertext  "Re-opening of Haileybury Library after a fire," Porcupine Advance (191203), 1 May 1930, Section 2, p. 6    
    newspapertext  "Re-opening of Haileybury Library after a fire," Porcupine Advance (191203), 1 May 1930, Section 2, p. 6  
    Timmins Public Library
  • Haileybury to take over public library
    Haileybury to take over public library
    newspapertext  "Haileybury to take over public library," Porcupine Advance (191203), 23 Feb 1933, Section 2, p. 5    
    newspapertext  "Haileybury to take over public library," Porcupine Advance (191203), 23 Feb 1933, Section 2, p. 5  
    Timmins Public Library
  • Private lending libraries in Haileybury under license
    Private lending libraries in Haileybury under license
    newspapertext  "Private lending libraries in Haileybury under license," Porcupine Advance (191203), 17 May 1934, Section 2, p. 6    
    newspapertext  "Private lending libraries in Haileybury under license," Porcupine Advance (191203), 17 May 1934, Section 2, p. 6  
    Timmins Public Library
  • Library at Haileybury becomes a municipal library
    Library at Haileybury becomes a municipal library
    newspapertext  "Library at Haileybury becomes a municipal library," Porcupine Advance (191203), 6 Jan 1938, Section 1, p. 4    
    newspapertext  "Library at Haileybury becomes a municipal library," Porcupine Advance (191203), 6 Jan 1938, Section 1, p. 4  
    Timmins Public Library
  • WORLD WAR I - AWARDS: Sergeant T.L. Bauzan of Haileybury awarded Military Medal
    WORLD WAR I - AWARDS: Sergeant T.L. Bauzan of Haileybury awarded Military Medal
    newspapertext  "WORLD WAR I - AWARDS: Sergeant T.L. Bauzan of Haileybury awarded Military Medal," Porcupine Advance (191203), 3 Oct 1917, Section 1, p. 4    
    newspapertext  "WORLD WAR I - AWARDS: Sergeant T.L. Bauzan of Haileybury awarded Military Medal," Porcupine Advance (191203), 3 Oct 1917, Section 1, p. 4  
    Timmins Public Library
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