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  • J.A. Saunders is new chairman of health board
    J.A. Saunders is new chairman of health board
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Feb 1927, p. 1, column 4     At the inaugural meeting of health board the new toxoid for diphtheria was discussed; board feels that knowledge about contagious disease should be more general
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Feb 1927, p. 1, column 4   At the inaugural meeting of health board the new toxoid for diphtheria was discussed; board feels that knowledge about contagious disease should be more general
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  • Oxford Holstein Breeders Club has most successful year in all its history
    Oxford Holstein Breeders Club has most successful year in all its history
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 4 Feb 1927, p. 1, column 1     Lee, outgoing president of the Holstein club outlines its best year at all of the shows; article includes picture of Lee
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 4 Feb 1927, p. 1, column 1   Lee, outgoing president of the Holstein club outlines its best year at all of the shows; article includes picture of Lee
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  • First visitor is here for reunion
    First visitor is here for reunion
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 7 Feb 1927, p. 1, column 2     Bigham, now of Regina, Saskatchewan, has come to visit relatives in Woodstock; plans to stay until the reunion in July
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 7 Feb 1927, p. 1, column 2   Bigham, now of Regina, Saskatchewan, has come to visit relatives in Woodstock; plans to stay until the reunion in July
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  • Most of city's homes owned by the occupants
    Most of city's homes owned by the occupants
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Feb 1927, p. 1, column 1     Figures show that 67.5 % of homes in Woodstock are owned by those who live in them
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Feb 1927, p. 1, column 1   Figures show that 67.5 % of homes in Woodstock are owned by those who live in them
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  • Team of horses involved in unusual mishap
    Team of horses involved in unusual mishap
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 9 Feb 1927, p. 1, column 7     Sweaburg man loading coal at the McIntosh Coal yard with a wagon and a team of horses forced to destroy one horse; team bolted when they heard the train approach; ran along the tracks and was struck by train; came lose and fell into subway at Butler Street
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 9 Feb 1927, p. 1, column 7   Sweaburg man loading coal at the McIntosh Coal yard with a wagon and a team of horses forced to destroy one horse; team bolted when they heard the train approach; ...
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  • City eyes fair ground as site for air harbour
    City eyes fair ground as site for air harbour
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 10 Feb 1927, p. 1, column 5     To be prepared for the future growth of air travel, Woodstock considers developing an air harbour at the fairgrounds
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 10 Feb 1927, p. 1, column 5   To be prepared for the future growth of air travel, Woodstock considers developing an air harbour at the fairgrounds
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  • Full program for Thursday's radio concert
    Full program for Thursday's radio concert
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 15 Feb 1927, p. 1, column 7     Classical and popular music to be presented in radio program from city hall
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 15 Feb 1927, p. 1, column 7   Classical and popular music to be presented in radio program from city hall
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  • Otterville school teacher dies as result of injuries
    Otterville school teacher dies as result of injuries
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 19 Feb 1927, p. 1, column 7     Miss Dierlam, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E.H. Dierlam of Listowel died of her injuries in an accident near Aylmer; taught at Otterville
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 19 Feb 1927, p. 1, column 7   Miss Dierlam, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E.H. Dierlam of Listowel died of her injuries in an accident near Aylmer; taught at Otterville
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  • The passing of an outstanding Ingersoll man
    The passing of an outstanding Ingersoll man
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 22 Feb 1927, p. 1, column 4     Prominent Ingersoll citizen, former town councilor, dies at age 69 after a short illness
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 22 Feb 1927, p. 1, column 4   Prominent Ingersoll citizen, former town councilor, dies at age 69 after a short illness
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  • Vote for Woodstock institution renewed
    Vote for Woodstock institution renewed
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 23 Feb 1927, p. 1, column 3     Provincial officials vote to spend $100,000 for new building at Ontario Hospital, Woodstock
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 23 Feb 1927, p. 1, column 3   Provincial officials vote to spend $100,000 for new building at Ontario Hospital, Woodstock
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  • Expresses hope reunion will be on a high level
    Expresses hope reunion will be on a high level
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 24 Feb 1927, p. 1, column 3     Committee receives letter from Oxford native who wants the committee to be sure to prepare a reunion worthy of the high quality of Oxford County
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 24 Feb 1927, p. 1, column 3   Committee receives letter from Oxford native who wants the committee to be sure to prepare a reunion worthy of the high quality of Oxford County
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  • Retires from position
    Retires from position
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 28 Feb 1927, p. 1, column 6     Chief preventative officer is well-known, native of Woodstock, retires after 36 years
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 28 Feb 1927, p. 1, column 6   Chief preventative officer is well-known, native of Woodstock, retires after 36 years
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  • Sad anniversary for Woodstock
    Sad anniversary for Woodstock
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Mar 1927, p. 1, column 7     March 2, 1889, 38 years ago, three members of Woodstock council were killed in a train accident at St. George and three others injured while on their way to Toronto for a deputation
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Mar 1927, p. 1, column 7   March 2, 1889, 38 years ago, three members of Woodstock council were killed in a train accident at St. George and three others injured while on their way to Toronto ...
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  • May establish air station here
    May establish air station here
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 3 Mar 1927, p. 1, column 1     Woodstock may become the a landing place for the company's route from Montreal to Detroit
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 3 Mar 1927, p. 1, column 1   Woodstock may become the a landing place for the company's route from Montreal to Detroit
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  • Electric light department has net surplus of $11,490 on operations for 1926
    Electric light department has net surplus of $11,490 on operations for 1926
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 5 Mar 1927, p. 1, column 1     10% increase in domestic appliances, yet still a surplus in operations
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 5 Mar 1927, p. 1, column 1   10% increase in domestic appliances, yet still a surplus in operations
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  • West Zorra home destroyed by fire
    West Zorra home destroyed by fire
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 7 Mar 1927, p. 1, column 2     West Zorra farmer of the 3rd line loses home to fire due to chimney fire while they were out visiting
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 7 Mar 1927, p. 1, column 2   West Zorra farmer of the 3rd line loses home to fire due to chimney fire while they were out visiting
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  • Woodstock may have store for sale of liquor
    Woodstock may have store for sale of liquor
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 10 Mar 1927, p. 1, column 6     The Ontario Temperance Act may not stop Woodstock from having a liquor store when bill is passed
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 10 Mar 1927, p. 1, column 6   The Ontario Temperance Act may not stop Woodstock from having a liquor store when bill is passed
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  • New treasurer
    New treasurer
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 11 Mar 1927, p. 1, column 6     Cope appointed to be treasurer of Woodstock firm replacing Rowe; article gives lengthy biography
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 11 Mar 1927, p. 1, column 6   Cope appointed to be treasurer of Woodstock firm replacing Rowe; article gives lengthy biography
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  • Booking dates for Southside Park
    Booking dates for Southside Park
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 12 Mar 1927, p. 1, column 2     Article lists the dates some area families have booked the park for their family reunions
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 12 Mar 1927, p. 1, column 2   Article lists the dates some area families have booked the park for their family reunions
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  • Four bands now engaged for the military tattoo
    Four bands now engaged for the military tattoo
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 16 Mar 1927, p. 1, column 2     Stares in charge of tattoo and fireworks display to be held on July 2 in conjunction with the Reunion
    newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 16 Mar 1927, p. 1, column 2   Stares in charge of tattoo and fireworks display to be held on July 2 in conjunction with the Reunion
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