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  • Houthuyzen, Ernest Rudolf (Death notice)
    Houthuyzen, Ernest Rudolf (Death notice)
    genealogical resourcetextnewspaper  appeared in Sentinel Review, 16 Dec 2010, p. 11    
    genealogical resourcetextnewspaper  appeared in Sentinel Review, 16 Dec 2010, p. 11  
    Woodstock Public Library
  • Perry, Maurice Bryan (Death notice)
    Perry, Maurice Bryan (Death notice)
    genealogical resourcetextnewspaper  appeared in Sentinel Review, 16 Dec 2010, p. 11    
    genealogical resourcetextnewspaper  appeared in Sentinel Review, 16 Dec 2010, p. 11  
    Woodstock Public Library
  • Yausie, Catherine Helen (Death notice)
    Yausie, Catherine Helen (Death notice)
    genealogical resourcetextnewspaper  appeared in Sentinel Review, 16 Dec 2010, p. 11    
    genealogical resourcetextnewspaper  appeared in Sentinel Review, 16 Dec 2010, p. 11  
    Woodstock Public Library
  • Crimean veteran acted as sexton at Old St. Paul's
    Crimean veteran acted as sexton at Old St. Paul's
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 28 Apr 1931, p. 11, column 5     97 year old man passed away at Strathroy; for many years had been the sexton of Old St. Paul's , the janitor at Princess School and a well-known market gardener
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 28 Apr 1931, p. 11, column 5   97 year old man passed away at Strathroy; for many years had been the sexton of Old St. Paul's , the janitor at Princess School and a well-known market gardener
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  • Unemployed ask continuance of work for relief
    Unemployed ask continuance of work for relief
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 29 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 4     Mayor Sutherland received a petition signed by 40 unemployed residents who point out that the north trunk sewer is now complete and are urge the city council to find other relief work for them
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 29 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 4   Mayor Sutherland received a petition signed by 40 unemployed residents who point out that the north trunk sewer is now complete and are urge the city council to find other ...
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  • Meeting closed at the request of school board
    Meeting closed at the request of school board
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 29 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 5     Chairman Cockburn is preparing a statement to be published tomorrow
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 29 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 5   Chairman Cockburn is preparing a statement to be published tomorrow
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  • Asks school board to drop building plan for this year
    Asks school board to drop building plan for this year
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 29 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 6     Alderman Hersee, chairman of the finance committee, asks that the whole school addition be held over for a year
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 29 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 6   Alderman Hersee, chairman of the finance committee, asks that the whole school addition be held over for a year
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  • Council delays taking action on resolution
    Council delays taking action on resolution
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 29 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 7     Board of education to outline details of proposed collegiate addition to ratepayers
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 29 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 7   Board of education to outline details of proposed collegiate addition to ratepayers
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  • Twenty-five years ago - April30, 1906
    Twenty-five years ago - April30, 1906
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 29 Apr 1931, p. 2, column 3     Cochrane to begin his duties at Knox Presbyterian Church, Woodstock ; Sovereign and McElheran ordained into the Church of England at Toronto
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 29 Apr 1931, p. 2, column 3   Cochrane to begin his duties at Knox Presbyterian Church, Woodstock ; Sovereign and McElheran ordained into the Church of England at Toronto
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  • Letter to the Editor
    Letter to the Editor
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 29 Apr 1931, p. 2, column 4     Letter from the Students of WCI giving their view of the proposed addition to their school
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 29 Apr 1931, p. 2, column 4   Letter from the Students of WCI giving their view of the proposed addition to their school
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  • Woodstock branch of C.D.S. ready for 3rd birthday sale; improvements made to store
    Woodstock branch of C.D.S. ready for 3rd birthday sale; improvements made to store
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 29 Apr 1931, p. 6, column 4     Under Mr. Paterson's management, extensive improvements have been made to the store front; long article outlines the history of the store; includes picture of Paterson
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 29 Apr 1931, p. 6, column 4   Under Mr. Paterson's management, extensive improvements have been made to the store front; long article outlines the history of the store; includes picture of Paterson
    Woodstock Public Library
  • The Canadian Department Stores Limited
    The Canadian Department Stores Limited
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 29 Apr 1931, p. 7, column 1     3 pages of advertising in connection with the 3rd anniversary of the C.D.S.
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 29 Apr 1931, p. 7, column 1   3 pages of advertising in connection with the 3rd anniversary of the C.D.S.
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  • Three teams for cricket league
    Three teams for cricket league
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 29 Apr 1931, p. 10, column 5     Three teams are entered in proposed city cricket league; Dave Smith's, Legion and La France
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 29 Apr 1931, p. 10, column 5   Three teams are entered in proposed city cricket league; Dave Smith's, Legion and La France
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  • More revelations at naturalization enquiry
    More revelations at naturalization enquiry
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 29 Apr 1931, p. 15, column 6     Woodstock's Judge Wallace at the inquiry at Montreal into fraudulent naturalization papers hears of secretary and doctors writing letters of recommendation they thought were for employment purposes
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 29 Apr 1931, p. 15, column 6   Woodstock's Judge Wallace at the inquiry at Montreal into fraudulent naturalization papers hears of secretary and doctors writing letters of recommendation they thought were for employment purposes
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  • American firms being interested in locating here
    American firms being interested in locating here
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 30 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 1     Industrial committee of Woodstock city council making an effort to attract American businesses to locate here
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 30 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 1   Industrial committee of Woodstock city council making an effort to attract American businesses to locate here
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  • On Executive
    On Executive
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 30 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 2     Hay, general manager of Hay and Company Limited, elected to the executive of the Ontario division of the Canadian Manufacturers Association; includes photograph
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 30 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 2   Hay, general manager of Hay and Company Limited, elected to the executive of the Ontario division of the Canadian Manufacturers Association; includes photograph
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  • Ayrshire breeder surprised when given unearned praise
    Ayrshire breeder surprised when given unearned praise
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 30 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 5     McKee, of Norwich, secretary-treasurer of the Southern Counties Ayrshire Breeders' Club, praised for his improvement of the breed at the Eastern Canada Livestock Union
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 30 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 5   McKee, of Norwich, secretary-treasurer of the Southern Counties Ayrshire Breeders' Club, praised for his improvement of the breed at the Eastern Canada Livestock Union
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  • Twenty-five years ago -  May 1, 1906
    Twenty-five years ago - May 1, 1906
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 30 Apr 1931, p. 2, column 2     Twenty Ingersoll men have subscribed $100 each to prospect at Cobalt; Charles E. Cook will be in charge of a party of three
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 30 Apr 1931, p. 2, column 2   Twenty Ingersoll men have subscribed $100 each to prospect at Cobalt; Charles E. Cook will be in charge of a party of three
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  • Resided in Zorra (CityDistrict)
    Resided in Zorra (CityDistrict)
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 30 Apr 1931, p. 6, column 2     Bunker, a former E. Zorra township and Tavistock man, drowned his son and attempted suicide in a fit of despondency at his home in Toronto
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 30 Apr 1931, p. 6, column 2   Bunker, a former E. Zorra township and Tavistock man, drowned his son and attempted suicide in a fit of despondency at his home in Toronto
    Woodstock Public Library
  • Stratford Boys present concert
    Stratford Boys present concert
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 30 Apr 1931, p. 7, column 3     Boys, age 10 to 16, put on concert at city hall to encourage local youth to form similar choir here
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 30 Apr 1931, p. 7, column 3   Boys, age 10 to 16, put on concert at city hall to encourage local youth to form similar choir here
    Woodstock Public Library
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