|Page||Article or Item|
|Photo: Rev. Pellitier, Pearl Chambers.|
Article: Bill Berry, Johnie Steel, P. Alvin Little.|
Article: 1908 -- Jas. Stonam, Constable Griffith, Police Constable Price.
Article: 1909 -- Dr. J.S. Just, Alex. McIvor, J.C. Irving, Rev. Mr. Cunningham, Mr. Hayes, Mrs. Cunningham, C.L.D. Sims, T.C. Sims, Mr. Heines, J.J. Douglas, J. Lewis.
|4.||Photo: Ev. Proctor, Geraldin Bould, Bill Currie, Archie Currie, Jane Currie, Marion Crawford, (Mr) Smith [Smitty], Andy Burns, A.V. Burns, Wm. Burns, Ruby Brydges, R.R. Strain (Ross), George Strain, Dr. Fred Strain.|
Letters to the Editor: 1908 -- Chas. White.|
Article: January 1909 -- J.H. More, Mr. Greene.
Article: 1909 -- S.P. Jackson, J.R. McGregor, R.J. Porter, B.F. Mutchmor, John Douglas, Walter Wright, Geo Emery,
T.H. Thompson, Jas. Merylees, Neil McDougall, Henry Hall, Wm. Gilroy, Ambrose McArthur, Malcolm McArthur, Jacob Vanmeer,
John McAnsh, Albert Lemon, Geo. Foster, J. Bowser.|
Article: October 29, 1991 -- Mrs. David Irwin, Timothy Noakes, Alf Lowrey, Mrs. Alf Lowrey, Mr. Irwin.
|7.||Photo: The Ella M, November 1948 -- Stuart Peacock, John Desjardins.|
Letter: Stu Peacock, Mr. Tuiens, Lillian Greenway, Violet Morrison Miller.|
Article: Mrs. H.D. Brimacomb.
|9.||3 Photos: Harold Mayville.|
|10.||Photo & Article: continued from page 8 -- Captain William Harper, Mr. H.D. Brimacomb, Mrs. H.D. Brimacomb, E.A. Caddel, Elmer Rowe, John Morrison, Jack Everets, Donald Everets, James J. Bond, James E. Bond, Sam (Castrilli).|
2 Photos: Captain Angus Morrison, Harold Mayville.|
Article: continued -- (Sam) Castrilli, J.R. Ferguson, Alex Dechane, H. Mayville, Reginald Gelston, Stuart Peacock, Cy Simpson.
|12.||Article: continued -- Captain (Angus) Morrison, Milton McConkey, Mrs. Milton McConkey, Skipper Peacock, John Desjardins, Max Chipman, Mr. Brimacomb, Mrs. Brimacomb.|
Article: continued -- J.R. Ferguson; Mrs. Brimacomb, Captain Morrison, Captain Harper, V.L. Nicholson,
Stuart Peacock, Chief Engineer J.R. Ferguson, Mrs. A. Morrison, Mr. Wm. Duxbury, Mrs. Wm. Duxbury.|
Photo: Mrs. Angus Morrison.
|14.||Poem: Alvin Little, Turnbulls, Joe Ward, Mastins, Martins, Duxbury, Harry May, Annie May, Bill Little, Eva Little, Nelson Little, Violet Miller.|
Article: 1908, Annie McNicholl, T. Love, Jr., B. Bock, W. Cranston, G. Reid, A. Owen, J. Lanktree, W. Kennedy,
A. Patterson, Miss N. Irving, Mrs. C. Berry, Mrs. A. Buschert, Miss Mary Hare, Miss Ida Vanhorn, Will Graham,
Mrs. John Owen, Allan Buschert.|
Article: Miss Bessie Young, Mrs. Frost, Mr. Harry Brown, Bessie Brown, Mowat Thompson, T.W. Thompson, Mrs T.W. Thompson, Mr. T. Smith, Gordon Hughes, David Thomson, Jas. Hutchinson, Ben Nighswander, Mrs. Bassingthwaite, Miss Hamilton, Miss Taylor.
Article: Wm. Morden, Miss Merle Wismer, Colin Campbell, James McKinley, Frank Royal, Jim Royal, Walter Harper, Frank Williams, John Keown, Art McKinley, Lucus Bracken, Esley Eaton, Charles Hurdle, John Morden.
|16, 17.||2 large Photos: -- October 1914 -- Canadian Army setting sail; Donald Lanktree.|
Article: 1908, Judge A.B. McCallum, E.H. Jackson, J.W. Cashman, Dr. W. Stoten Francis, D. Reginald Springer,
J. Sindry Hawkins, A.G. Murray, W.H. Price, Jno. McLaughlin, S.P. Jackson, Dr. Jno. Carruthers, W.J. Tucker.|
Article: Ms.(sic) Denis Wright, Thos. Wright, Mrs. Thos. Wright, Wm. Wright, Mrs. Robt. Palmer, Miss McArthur, Mrs. Chas. Wright, Fred Glanville, John Donaldson, Geo. Croft, Jos. Smyth, Duncan McLeod, W.J. Wright, Jr., Chas. Hore.
|19.||Article: Government Road -- 1909 -- no names.|
|20.||3 Photos: John Bowerman, William Leeson, Hughie Leeson, Ross Leeson, Willie Leeson, Len Leeson, J.M. Leeson, Jerry Bowerman, Sid Harding, Stella Bowerman, Bill Bowerman, Russ McLennan, Freemand Bowerman, Bill Bowerman, Sid Harding, Pearl Chambers.|
Photo: Allan Frost; Canon Fredrick Frost.|
Article: January 1920, Rev. Robert McKay.
Article: 1908, John Buie.
Poem: 1908, Robt. Pickard, Mrs. Oliver Berry.|
Article: D. Williamson, Mrs. D. Williamson, Wm. Hunter, Embruff Bros., Miss Tucker, John McGauley, Will Little, Mrs. Will Little, Mr. Hubbard, Mrs. Hubbard, Mrs. Solomon McCullough, Mr. Todd, A.J. Mastin, John McKechnie, Mrs. John McKechnie.
Article: -- Skip Gillham, Harry Gamble.|
Photo: Inland Transport.
Photo & Article: -- 1908, James Dawson, Miss Gertie Johnston, John Love, W.H. Clarke,
D. McDonald, Donald Griffith, Miss McLean, Rev. F. Stotesbury.|
Article: Henry Hall, Mr. Milan, Jos. E. Buck.
Article: 1908, Fred Paisley, Mrs. Fred Paisley, Davidson Bros., Robert Radcliffe, Donald Campbell, T.A. Robertson,
Mrs. T.A. Robertson, Miss Annie McArthur, Chris Burns, Mrs. Chris Burns, R.T. Orford, Capt. McGillvary,
Mrs. Charlie Lee, Mrs. Lee.|
Article: Al Pemberton, Miss Lily Beck, Rev. Mr. Tate, Wm. Morden, Miss Merle Wismer, T.J. Hall, Albert Woods, Art McArthur, Bill Jeffkins, Charlie Thompson, Mr. Wilde, Jake Wismer, Mrs. Jake Wismer, Dr. Baker, Wm. Morden, Jos. Wismer, George Morris, George Beck, Jack Gibson, Harold Wismer, Russell Morris.
|26, 27.||Article: B.H. turner, F.E. Titus, Wm. Vincer, A.E. Graham, R.McGregor.|
|27.||Article: 1909, Mr. Paisley, Mrs. Paisley, Jos. Williton, Mr. Noland, Thos. A. Robinson, Fred Noland, Joe Noland, Andrew McArthur, Miss L. Smyth, Mr. Smyth, Mrs. Smyth, Mr. George, John Dinsmore, Mr. Gill, Henry Baker, Mrs. W.I. Wagg, D. McDougall, E. Neal, George Lanktyre, Mr. Kennedy, Frank Wagg, Miss Harriet Vanzant, Mr. Chisholm.|
Article: 1909, Mr. Hilliard, Mrs. Hilliard, W.R. Abrey, J.R. McGregor, W.A. Smith, A. Bryan, George Birch,
Rev. Mr. Tate, W. Gordon, A. Gordon, A. Smith, C. Robertson, A. Ashley, Mrs. R. Graham.|
Article: 1908, Rev. Mr. Ferguson, Thos. Smith, Bessie Brown, A.J. Brown.
Article: A.E. Dyment, W.R. Smyth, C.N. Smith, Mr. Borden, Frank Cochrane, J.J. Foy, Albert Grigg.
|29, 30.||Photo & Article: Ev Proctor, Thomas Ingrim, Mr. Viney, Jack Ingrim, Vy Moody, James Proctor, R.E. Cumming, Joe Montgomery, W.J. Moody, Wm. Hilliard.|
Article: 1908, A.R. Ennis, Peter McColeman, Mrs. McColeman, A.E. Dyment, W.H. Hurst, J.M. Langstaff, Rev. Mr. Pate,
George R. McRae, Dr. Shelagh McRae.|
Article: 1908 -- Mrs. A. McDonald, Neil McColeman, Mrs. John Anderson, S.H. Fretz, Mr. McLaren.
Article: 1908 -- Mr. Patterson, Mr. Pulford, Dr. Burt.
|31.||Article: Mrs. John Ferguson, Mrs. Thos. Farquhar, Mrs. Mary Ellen, Wiber, John Waterhouse, Mrs. Catherine Waterhouse, Rev. Hugh McKay, Walter John Wiber, Stanley Waterhouse, Russell Waterhouse, Amy (Mrs. Thos. Farquhar) Waterhouse, Ralph Waterhouse, Nell (Mrs. John Ferguson) Waterhouse, Charles Waterhouse, Dorothy Waterhouse, Rev. S.J. Procter, B.D., Rev. W.H. Bradford, Edwin Shepherd, Kathleen Wiber, David Munroe, John McAnsh, John Greenfield, John Bowser, Wm. McAnsh, Robert Tustian.|
Article: 1909, Miss Van Horn, Miss Maggie Pyette, Mrs. Robt. Russell, Mrs. D. McDonald, Stephen Russell,
Robt. Russell, Miss F.B. Tucker, Miss Lulu McNiven, Miss Florence McNiven, Lorne McGauley, W. Snow, Thos. Martin,
A. Quackenbush, Miss Flora Ball, Mrs. H. Smeltzer, Rev. F. Stotesbury, Mr. Snow, Rev. G. Andrews, Miss Martha Leeson,
Thomas Leeson, Mr. Glisten, A.J. Mastin.|
Article: 1909 -- Frank Wagg, Jr., Miss Katie Smith, Mr. R. McDonald, Neil Beck, Miss Vincent, Miss Bowers, Miss Lizzie Stocks, Mrs. Wm. Vincer, Mr. Beck.
|Page||Article or Item|
|Picture: of tug boat Abitibi, Pat Hall.|
|3||Article: Our 100th Edition ; Lorne McQuarrie, John McQuarrie.|
|5||Article: The Shields family Do you know of them?; Charles Shields, Mary Ann Shields, Matilda Shields, Margaret Shields, John Shields, Sophie Shields, Tom Hall, Sam Hall, Carl Hall, Lucas Hall, Mary Ann Hall, George Shields, Margaret McLennan, Sam McLennan, Leslie Lineham, John Shields, Francis Hall, Matilda Hall, Matilda Jane Shields, Margaret E. Shields, Samuel McLennan, Sophia Jane Shields, Samuel J. Lineham, Mrs. Sheila Hall Keyes, "Irene" McLennan, Mrs. Joyce Schippling.|
Article: Some were missed.; Bill Porter, Herbert Dearning, Clarence Morrison, Roy Toboyant, Alfred Cada,
Article: Tenders Wanted; J.G. Sing, H.J. Lamb, Nap. Tessier.
Article: Reynolds -- Foster; October 1908 -- Samuel J. Reynolds, Margaret Jane Foster, Jas. Foster, Mrs. Jas. Foster, Miss E. Paisley, Willard Hall, Rev. J.H. More, W. Jackson, S. Jackson.
Article: Manitoulin Market; 1909 -- no names.
Picture: Travel of the Day; Margaret Wilson, Louise Wismer, Charlie Wismer.|
Article: Load 1200 cords pulpwood; 1933 -- R.L Graham, Paul Porte.
|8||Letter: Donald (D.A.) McQuarrie, Bertha E. Malone.|
|9-12||Article: They're looting our history; 1952, Fred Bodsworth, Jacques Cartier, La Salle, Marie Celeste, K.R. Harper, LaSalle, Tom Lee, Tom Lewis, Tom Lee, Dr. F.J. Alcock.|
|13||Advertisement: Mac's Bakery; Emerson Bainborough, Bob Robinson, Mac McQuarrie.|
Article: Mac's Bakery -- Serving the Manitoulin; Mac McQuarrie, Bob Robinson, Charlie Paquette, Jack Hester.|
Picture: Mac's Bakery.
|15||2 Pictures: Letter -- Percy Lane, E.R. Youngs.|
|16||2 Pictures: George (Bud) Thorburn, Harold McQuarrie, Jim Panton, Emerson (Bainborough), Jim (Panton).|
|17||2 Pictures: Emerson (Bainborough), Jim (Panton), Vera Atkinson.|
Picture: Taking up ice; 2 men, no names.|
Article: Manitowaning -- 1908; Mr. Mckechnie, Percy Hembruff, Dr. Walker, Frank Hurlburt, W.J. Tucker, Dr. Burt, A.J. McLean, Lena McKechnie.
Article: Sandfield -- 1908; Dolly Thompson, Elias Hutchinson, Jas. McCutcheon, Mr. Hayes, Mr. Andrews, Chas. McCutcheon.
Article: Providence Bay -- 1908; Mr. Guy, Slyvester Berry, John Parkins, Oliver Berry, Miss C. Anderson, Miss C. Bowerman, A. Buschert.
|19, 20||Article: The Bell Rocks; Frank A. Myers, E.F. Greenman, Gother Mann, Father Louys Andre, Father Le Jeune, Alexander Henry, E.F. Greenman, Marion W. Magoon, Chief William McGregor, Gregor McGregor.|
|20||Article: Union Sunday School -- 1919; Rev. Robt. Wiseman, W.O. Runnalls, Mrs. Wiseman, G.A. Cole, J.L. Runnalls, Sarah Lane.|
Article: It happened in 1908; Hon. Frank Oliver, John Elsier, Geo. Hillebrecht, John Henniker Heaton, Mr. Lemieux,
Robert Hunt, J.B. Smith, George Smith, John D. McDonald.|
Obituary: 1908; Meryl Wismer, J.D. Wismer, Mrs. J.D. Wismer.
Article: "Georgian" makes first call at Little Current -- about 1930; -- no names.
Picture & Article: Threshing time on the farm; Wilken Farm.|
Article: Little Current Ferry Traffic -- 1930's.
Article: No more "White Slaves" -- 1908; Edward Sims, S.S. Shirer, H.A. Parkin, Margaret Vallau, Adoph Dufour,
Eva Dufour, Fernand Bosque, (Edward) Sims, President Roosevelt, (H.A.) Parkin.|
Article: Barrie Island -- 1908; A.E. Dymont M.P., Mr. Albert, George Brydges, Robt. Cole, Mr. Adamson, Mrs. Adamson, T.B. Greenman, Mrs. T.B. Greenman, Geo. Blackstock, Donald Griffith, John Witty.
Article: Robinson -- 1908; Mr Smyth.
|26||2 Pictures: Kagawong a few years ago; Jas. Purvis & Son.|
Article: Silver Water -- 1908; George Priddle, A.L. Kemp, Bert Fleming, Wm. Goulter, J.B. Graham, John Rumley, Esley Eaton, John Cameron, John Wickins, Henry Smith.
Article: Barrie Island -- 1908; Thos. Allan, Alf Johnston, Es. Eaton, Thomas Latta, Geo. Brydges, Samuel Cole, Harry Noble, Jas. Young, Greer Bros., Donald Griffith.
Article: A Sad Bereavement -- January 1919; Mrs. R.W. Milligan, Rev R. Wiseman, Esther Best, Joseph Best,
Mrs. Joseph Best, Jean Best, Annie Audrey Best, Emerson Best, Mrs. (nee Best) Cole, Mrs. (nee Best) Wilson, Mrs.
(nee Best) Wood, Mrs. (nee Best) Noble, Mrs (nee Best) Lockhart, John Best, William Best, Joseph Best.|
Article: 1963: Record Walker at age 89; Charles Prior, Rev. D. Bruce McDonald, Frances (Prior) Nesbitt, Mrs. Cecil (Frances Prior) Nesbitt, Ronald Prior, John Prior.
Article: W.I. Minutes; Mrs. J.B. Ferguson, Major Hastie.|
Picture: 1955 -- Green Bay Women's Institute; Flora Ferguson.
Article: Jos. W. Simpson, George Hall, J.W. Simpson, Edwin F. Priddle, Capt. Frank Manzutti.
Article: continued -- Pete Worden.|
Article: A Sad Fatality -- 1908; Dennis Wright, Mary Alice Cutting, Mable Wright, Julia Wright, Willie Wright, Freddie Wright.
Article: "Memories" -- Mrs. John Ferguson.
Picture: The old Indian Point Bridge; no names.|
Article: Winona Ashore -- 1908; no names.
|33||Picture: A Manitoulin girl; Mrs. John Ferguson, Miss Ethel Wilhemine Rogers, Dr. Denis P. Mulvany, Col. John Mulvaney.|
Article: Great Black Cobra Struck; Mrs. John Ferguson, Mrs. Ethel Rogers Mulvany, Captain Mulvany,
Miss Ethel Rogers, Ran Bharosy.|
Article: Ontario Liquor License Act; Angus McDonald, Mrs. Victoria McDonald, Wm. Vincer.
Article: Post office held by three generations; John Henry Williams, Ernest Williams, Art Harper, Stella Williams, Stella Harper, Duke Kane.
Article: Early Life in Campbell; Sam Wilson, Dave Rennie, McColeman, McKackney, Miss McFarland, Mr. Lyons.
|35||Picture: OMC Class -- 1914; Art Wickett.|
|36||OMC Guelph 1914; no names.|
Article: Money conditions improving -- 1909.|
Article: N.I.C.A. bonspiel -- February 1906; A. Cameron, V.R. Conway, A.E. Sharpe, John Barton, Geo. Ingham, L. Fleming, J.H. Bone, E.S. Royce, C. George, J. McKellar, G. Fisher, W. O'Brien, A. Shaw, A.A. Burk, M. McKay, A.E. Dyment, A.J. Symon, D. McKay, G. Cronkhite, D.J. Sandie, H. Roszel, F.W. Bell, J.G. Kingborough, B.H. Turner, R. Small, S.M. Bradley, Dr. Carruthers, C.R. Atkinson, W.J. Kinney, S. Burns, John Bain, R.J. Porter, T. Smith, J. Gibbs, Dr. Baker, J.R. McGregor, W.H. Hurst, E.C. Jackson, M. McIntosh, J.H. Beihl.
|38||Picture: The little mare named Fly; Ev Proctor, Walter Harper, Bob Dawson, John Girvan, Aaron Walker, Dawson Bros., Harvey Haney, Albert Long.|
|39||A letter from Holland -- 1944; Mrs. John Ferguson, Spr. C.H. Sheppard.|
Picture: The train comes to Little Current; Mrs. Jacob Wismer, Louise McGibbon.|
Article: Here's something that will bear repeating; John Mitchell, Morris Lyene, Patrick Donahue, Thomas McGee, Charles Duffy, Thomas Meagher, Richard O'Gorman, Terence McManus, Michael Ireland, Sir Charles Duffy, Thomas Francis Meagher, Thomas D'Archy McGee, John Purroy Mitchell.
Article: Michael's Bay -- 1909; Andy Turnbull, Ronald McIntyre, Allan McDonald, R.M. Gault, Miss Turnbull,
Hill Tinkis, Rev. Mr. Linigar, Bob Graham, Ed. Leitch.|
Article: Kagawong -- 1909; Thomas Bowser, Capt. Graham, (Mr.) Thompson, G.J. Tustian, Robert Hunt, Annie Snow, Miss G. Gamey, Stella Hilliard, Lizzie Thompson, Rev. T. Bird Holland, Mr. Sims.
Article: Ice Lake -- 1909; Charlie Wright, Dr. Johnston, Jim Nelson, Harry Glanville, Fred Glanville.
Article: Sorry He Mentioned It -- 1908; do not believe "Skrappy" and "Mrs. Skrappy" are real names. No other names.
Poem: Young at heart; no names.|
Article: 1880; John Bule.
Article: Enjoy reading TTY; (Mr.) Purvis, Archie Stephens, Albert Grant, Joe Sullivan, Maxine Houson.|
Article: Golden Wedding in Manitoulin -- 1906; William Purvis, Mrs. William Purvis, Mrs. Bond, Mrs. Simpson, Mrs. Penton, Mrs. W.w. Holden, Mrs. S.P. Jackson, Wm. Purvis, John Purvis, James Purvis, Alex. Purvis, Edward B. Purvis, Miss Frost, (Rev.) Fraser.
Article: Manitoulin has the chills -- 1947; no names.|
Article: Labor Needed -- 1947; no names.
Article: Strapless Gowns -- 1947.
Article: Ingratitude -- 1947; T.R. Porter.
Article: 1947; no names.
|Page||Article or Item|
|Picture: of The old log house.|
Picture: 1911 -- Isabella Willis, Richard Willis, Ellen (Willis) McQuarrie, Ellen
Article: Gordon 1908; Birdie McColeman, Bill Strain, Albert Woods, Rev. Mr. Tate, John Hall, Herb Woods, Davidson Bros.
|4||Pictures: Bonspiel winners -- E.F. Priddle, Bill Clark, Jim Rumley, Dougal Campbell, Cam Clark, Dr. J.B. McQuay, Tom Farquhar, Jim McCutcheon, Roy Sloss.|
|5||Pictures: Bonspiel winners continued -- Harold Wright, Jack Dewar, Melvin Van Horn, Murray McDermid, Doug Patterson, Clive Panton, Chas. Paquette, Brian Hester, Joe Hester.|
|6||Pictures: Bonspiel winners continued -- Bud Priddle, Sandy Ainslie, Grant Oakes, Cecil Lloyd, Geo. Boyd, Fred Smith, Bill Turner, Ronnie Gordon.|
Article: Feeding children 1930; Mrs. John Feguson.|
Article: Night Telephone Nov. 1908; Mr. Jeffkins.
|8||Picture: J.H. Jones and Article: Wm. Mariton, McKay & Clark, James Clark.|
Article: Relic of Str. Jones Oct. 1908; Silas Heverley.|
Article: The Price of Hay 1920; no names.
Article: Perivale 1908; Rev. F. Stotesbury, Miss McColeman, D'Arcy Burns, W.D. Gamey, Mrs. Snow, Wm. Bryan.
|10, 11||Article: A pioneer's wife; Samuel Chapdelaine, Laura Chapdelaine, Maria Chapdelaine, Louis Hemon.|
Article: Becoming a senior citizen; no names.|
Article: Tehkummah 1908; Ben Storm, Jas. Storm, Rev. A. Laycock, Rev. F. Stotesbury, Rev. F.G. Andrews, Rev. E. Baker, Mrs. Chas. Myland, Miss Hattie Myland, Mrs. Alex. McKechnie, Mrs. Hugh McKechnie, Miss Flossie McNiven, Henry Smeltzer, Mrs. Henry Smeltzer, John Hall, Whitford McDonald, John McKechnie, Alex McKechnie, Hugh McKechnie, Mrs. D. Watson (nee McKechnie), Flora McKechnie, Lena McKechnie,Philip Smeltzer, Sr.
|12||Pictures: Snow, snow, and more snow; no names.|
Article: More heroes Return 1919; Sgt. Jack McKenzie, Alex McKenzie, Mrs. Alex McKenzie,
Corp. Jack Glenn, Pte. Merrit Jennings, Pte. Wilbert Bryan, A.C. Bryan, Mrs. A.C. Bryan.|
Article: Notice 1919; Mr. Foster, Pte. Wilbert Bryan, Pte. Merrit Jennings, Pte. Ted Strain, Corp. H. Robinson.
Picture: A cutter ride -- no names.|
Article: Gordon 1908; T.J. Hall, J.C. Ross, Mac Emery, Harvey Beck, Herb Gilroy, Mrs. Herb Gilroy, Miss Carter, Robert Elliott, Mrs. Robert Elliott, Meryl Wismer, Dan McArthur, George Strain.
Article: Old Timer talks of Manitoulin; Lindsay Johnston, Katherine (Kitty) Kemp
Picture: Mr. & Mrs. Lindsay Johnston's anniversary.
|16||Article: Old Timer talks of Manitoulin continued -- Kitty (Johnston), Lindsay (Johnston), Mrs. Edmonds.|
Article: Advance 1908; Mr. Holder, Mrs. Holder, Mr. Vance, Mrs. Vance, Judge McCallum,
T.H. Thompson, Geo. Rayner, Gertie Vance.|
Article: Ice Lake 1908 -- John Hore, Edward Hore, Mr. Deering, Mrs. Deering, John McArthur, Geo. Croft, Alex. Brown, James McGill.
Article: A cutter ride; no names.|
Picture: couple in front of car.
|18, 19||Article: The Gentleman Coachman Abroad; Lord Algerton Saint Maur, A.G. Vanerbilt, Mr. Tiffany, Colonel De Lancey Kane.|
|19||Article: The Gentleman Coachman Abroad continued; Mr. Vanderbilt, Lord Algerton Saint Maur, Major Fane, George IV, Oliver Cromwell, Count of Oldenburg.|
|20, 21||Article & drawing: Engagements to marry; or, Marriage contracts 1896; no names.|
|21||Article & sketch: The right of married women to own property 1896; no names.|
|22||Picture & Article: Bad blood as the result of Bad Business Methods 1896; no names.|
|22, 23||Article: Host & Guest 1896; no names.|
|23||Article: Gordon 1909; Will Strain, John Hall, Verna Myles, Eleanor Myles, Hy. McAnsh, John Douglas, Geo. Emiry, Will Gilroy, Ambrose McArthur, Malcolm McArthur, Jake Vanmeer, Walt. Wright, Jno. Douglas.|
|24||Picture: Two early settlers 1902 -- George B. Thompson, John M. Allen.|
|25||Article: History of the First Trotting in America 1896 -- A.M. Giles. (Other names are of horses.)|
Picture: A home about to fall -- James Carter.|
Article: Big Lake 1908 -- Thomas Smith, Mrs. Thomas Smith, Mr. Hutchinson, Mrs. McCulligh, Moody, Sankey.
|27, 28||Article: Adventure with a bear 1905 -- Heywood, Arrowhead.|
|28||Article: Adventure with a bear continued -- Arrowhead, Jasper Derry.|
|28||Article: Tehkummah 1909 -- Miss Vanhorn, Miss Maggie Pyette, Mrs. Robt. Russell, Mrs. D. McDonald, Stephen Russell, Robt. Russell, Miss F.B. Tucker, Miss Lulu McNiven, Miss Florence McNiven, Lorne McGauley, W. Snow, Thos. Martin, A. Quackenbush, Miss Flora Ball, Mrs. H. Smeltzer, Geo. Lineker, Rev. F. Stotesbury, Rev. G. Andrews, Miss Martha Leeson, Thomas Leeson, Mr. Gilsten, A.J. Mastin.|
|29||Pictures & Article: A fishing trip in Lilly Lake; Lousie Webster, Florence Burbridge, Joe Armstrong, Norm Burbridge.|
Song: Will you love me when I'm old -- no names.|
Article: Faith And Works 1908 -- Johnny.
Article: We have been friends together -- Caroline Norton (nee Sheridan), Thomas Sheridan, Richard Brinsley Sheridan, Hon. George Chapple Norton, Sir William Stirling Maxwell, Countess of Dufferin.
Poem: A world of windows -- C.H. Towne.|
Article: Fernlee 1909 -- H. May, Mrs. H. May, A.M. Rumley, Miss Leavia Smyth, Hy. Smith, Mrs. Hy. Smyth, Miss E. McMillan.
Article: Green Bay Womens Institute 1927 -- 28 For Home and Country; Mrs. W. Nevills,
Mrs. R. Skippen, Mrs. J. Cosby, Mrs. J. Skippen, Miss S. Stringer, Mrs. Chas. Cosby, Mrs. L. Gordon, Mrs. L. Ferguson,
Mrs. T. Cosby, Mrs. H. Nevills, Mrs. John Skippen, Mrs. J. Ferguson, Mrs. R. Ferguson, Mrs. C. Ferguson,
Mrs. L.W. Ferguson, Mrs. J. Marshall, Mrs. John Ferguson.|
Article: West Carnarvon 1909; Thomas Hunter, George Hunter, Frank Wagg, Jr., Frank Wagg, Sr., Fred Wagg.
|Page||Article or Item|
|Photo: of the S.S. Norisle at dock in South Baymouth.|
|2||Indexes, and subscription information.|
Photos: of men hunting taken c.1900.|
Article: Providence Bay, 1909 -- Mr. John Buie, Robert and Frank Gault.
|4||Poem: Old Jim Lowe, submitted by Gordon Thomas.|
Article: Instructions for teachers.|
Photo: of Cook's Dock, submitted by Mary Ellen Lane.
|6, 7||Photo and article: about the bulk carrier "Royalton".|
Photo: of Manitoulin people involved in plays -- Ross Strain, Frank Cotton, Stan Gordon Jr.,
Jacqueline McQuarrie, Chess Wallace, Jess Davis, Francis Coburn, George Urquhart and Doug Buchanan.|
Article: Barrie Island, 1909 -- H. Mervyn, E.A. Letts, Mr. A. Runnalls, Wm. Phalen, George Brydges, Wm. Blackburn, Mrs. Runnalls Sr., Arthur Runnalls, Samuel Cole, Miss Esther McCracken, John Jeffkins.
|9||Article: The local bar in 1894 -- R.J. Porter, Godfrey Porter, Thomas Noble, W. Billson, Walt Shepperd, Tom Clark, Henry Johnston, Junior Westover, Junion Howard, Chas. Devlin, Wm. Mitchell, D. Mitchell, Fred Duboy, Thomas Cummings, Junior Ball, Junior Howard, Mrs. Campbell, Alex Simpson, John Tracy, Dave Lameux, Wm. Quinn, Wm. Porter, J. Gammey, Archie McCallum, Harry Johnston, Junior Westover, Chas. Devlin, D. Lameux, John Papnaw, George Bridges, John Camerson, George Payette, Dutch John, D. Mullan, Chas. White, Robert Lain, W. Lain, Robert May, Junior Sherow, Earney Willis, M. Donohue, Fred Forbes, Joe Anderson, B. McGillvary, N. McKay, John Ketet, John Chamberlain, Dave Richardson, Wm. Odair, Junior Davidson, Joe Fletcher, Junior McDermid, Wm. Owens, Joe Gammey, Wm. Paradise, John Smith, Mr. Bently, Fred Forbs, Andy Peters, John McHahon, Mr. Boyter, John Marlow, Phil Merrion, Dan Hamilton, Robert Elliott, Tom Dempsey, Wm. Morphet, Wm. Campbell, Junior Patton, Andy Roulston, Junior Roby, John Oarr, Sid Turner, Wm. Paradise, Alick Simpson, Wm. Heywood, Dunk McGregor, Tom Sullivan.|
|10||Article: Stories from the 1800's -- Local police seized copies of the Calgary Eye-Opener; They must all have licenses; The Colonel's opinion.|
Article: A Big Sensation -- Mr. C.I. Bowlby, Mr. MacQuarrie, Mr. C.F. Farwell.|
Article: Wrote Farewell on Cabin Door of the tug C.C. Martin -- Robert Henry Hook, Coroner Dr. Davis.
Article: Evidence in Liquor Cases -- Fred Dumouchelle, Mr. Justice Falconbridge.|
Article: Too Much Cider Made Them Ill -- Justices Brodie and Mackay, Thomas Brandon, Wm. MacGregor, MacTavish, A. Cadotte, Joseph Wasaskong, Peter Kabanodin, John Sessinale, Mr. Sims, John MacKay, Mr. Haverson.
Article: Mrs. E.M. Bradley, Mrs. McHugh, Mr. George F. Foote.
Article: Little Current -- Bob Gamey, John Russell McGregor, Mr. Turner, Mr. Kingsborough,
Article: Verbal Agreement -- Didace W. Gagnon, Gideon Sevighny.
Article: That Corpse.
Article: Found his missing daughter after search of three years -- James R. Medaugh,
Robert Clark, Deputy Sheriff Jacob Bainbridge.|
Article: Had a Wife in Canada -- Benjamin Connors, Sheriff Arnott, Charles Stuart, Miss Isabella McCormick, Judge McDonald, Mr. Stuart.
|15||Article: List of Algoma Elections official return offices.|
|16, 17||Article and photos: of a new farming tractor in Billings Township -- Jim Bailie, Bill Irland, Harold Ednie, Milt Bret, Frank Baxter.|
Poem: Bill and Joe c. 1900.|
Article: An Old Grit Dodge -- John McMillan, James Bickell.
Lyrics: to "The Popular Song".|
Article: The Late Elections, February 1882 -- signed A. Porter.
Article: Rich Algoma -- Mr. T. Gardhouse, Mr. A.S.Duncas, Mr. D. Jackson.|
Article: The License Law.
Article: The License Law continued.|
Article: Six Days' Record.
Article: A Pious Man -- Mr. W.W. Hogg, Mr. John Storey.
|22||Poems: The Great Bass of Lak San Clair and Southern Delights.|
Photo: of an early family -- Jon Conklin, Mithilda Gamey (nee Conklin), Anne Gamey,
Mrs. Pearson, Robert R. Gamey, Mabel Ferguson, Jane Rex, Hattie Rex, Georgina Rex, Grace Gamey, Ernie Ferguson,
Harry Snead, Andrew Jackson Conklin, Harry Gamey, Theresa Snead (nee Conklin), Stella Snead, Jane Lee Wooley (nee Snead).
Photo was taken in 1889 at the home of Andrew Jackson Conklin.|
Article: Silverwater, 1909 -- Miss McLeod, Mr. Henry Smyth, Mrs. J. Harvey, Mrs. C. Hutton, John Hopkins, Mr. H. Noble, Norman Cook, Misses Katie and Annie Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Armstrong.
|24||Photos: a small barn overlooking Gore Bay c. 1890; a fancy automobile.|
Article: Safe business methods and good advice.|
Photo: piles of hay at Lorne McGauley's farm, submitted by Pearl Chambers.
|26||Article: Hopes for a Manitoulin Historical Society -- Mr. W.C. Fell, Ray Merrylees, William Bailey, Larry Donaldson, W.F. Edwards, Archie Duncanson, Dick Tappenden, Judge Brock Curry.|
|27||Article: Hopes for a Manitoulin Historical Society continued -- signed Frank A. Myers, Albert Lane, Mrs. G. Worthington, Angus Campbell, Ray Merrylees, Bill Middaugh, Joe Noland, Clifford Boytd, George Boyd, Andy Burns, Adam Casson, Miss Jessie Clarke, Charles A.K. Cockburn, Judge Brock Curry, W.C. Fell, Jim Gordon, Dr. A.O. Hinds, Mrs. George Irwin, A.E. Johnson, W.H. Johnson, Mr. Lee, Jack Merrylees, Dr. Jim Newburn, George Purvis, Bill Smith, Fred Smith Jr., Mrs. Robert Smith, M.R. Thorburn, Walter Wagg, Sandy Sanderson, Charles Robertson, Robert Currie, Mr. Farquhar, W.J. Patterson, Grant Turner, C.R. Johnston, Charlie Joyce, W.C. Steele, Joe Hodgson, Andrew Tracy, A.J. Wagg, Nelson Runnalls, Clayton Slomke, J.F. McDermid, Archie Duncanson, W.F. Edmonds, Lindsey Johnson, Charles Kemp, Charles Trick, Mrs. Seth Champman, submitted by Mrs. Clive (Olive) Fell.|
Photo: of Milt McConkey's General Store in South Baymouth.|
Photo: of South Baymouth Lodge built by Milt McConkey.
Article: Steamer Iroquois burned, 1908 -- owner T.C. Sims.
Photo: of Gordon Motors, Gore Bay -- Calvin Nelson, Jimmy D. Gordon, George Boyd, Bob Jeffray,
Bill Smith, Larry Pope, Dave Heywood, Kitty and Wilf Grigull, John Kennedy, Ken Bell.|
Lyrics: to The Day Returns.
Article: Doing His Duty -- Durham Brown writes of how to cure Rheumatism.|
Photo: of three young ladies -- Louise Morden (McGibbon), Ruth Aelick and May Calback.
Lyrics: to the song The convict and the bird.|
Article: Silver Water, 1909 -- Miss Grace Gamey, Mr. and Mrs. H. May, Miss Maggie Edmonds, Mr. Russell Wiber, Mr. Sims, Mr. A.E. Graham, Mr. H. Snook, Mr. Gillis.
|Copy: of tax bill dated November 1933, submitted by Stan Johnson.|
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|Photo: of Christie Keen 1909, submitted by Edna Millman.|
This booklet focuses on Meldrum Bay.|
Indexes, subscription and information on "Through the Years".
Note from the Editor: Focus On Meldrum Bay.|
Photo: of Meldrum Bay Sunday School class -- Ruth Cockwell, Maria McColeman, Margaret McColeman, Donna Murray, Irene Cockwell, Marion Steele, Stella Steele, Bernice Cockwell, Edna Armstrong, Lila Murray, Jessie Steele. Photo submitted by Edna Millman.
Photo: of boat frozen in ice at Meldrum Bay, submitted by Edna Millman.|
Photo: of Claude and Curley Williams with a fine catch of trout.
|5||Article: Recollections of a Manitoulin wreck (thought to be LaSalle's Ship "Griffon") -- Frank A. Myers, Mr. Joe Millman, Archie Wickett, Web Steele, Charles Joyce, Thomas Sullivan, Matt McArthur, Jim Ball,|
|6||Article: Recollections of a Manitoulin wreck continued -- John Holsworth, Mr. Major, Bill Shinosh, W. Albert Grant.|
|7||Article: Recollections of a Manitoulin wreck continued -- Morrison Steele, James Ball, George Wickett, Jack Holsworth, Jack Fitzpatrick, Jim Doyle, Jack Allen, Lawyer Tucker.|
Article: Recollections of a Manitoulin wreck continued --
Joe Millman, Web Steele, Mrs. Millman, Matt McArthur, Archie Wickett, Charlie Joyce, Jack Allen, Ab Grant.|
Photo: of Archie Wickett watches a cow allow a fawn to suckle.
Article: Meldrum Bay in the early 1900's.|
Photo: of the mill located at Meldrum Bay, submitted by Edna Millman.
Photo: the mill at the turn of the century at Meldrum Bay.|
Photo: of a large mill with three tall stacks.
Photo: of Kitty and Lindsay Johnston, Mrs. Granville, Charlie Burnett, Mary Wicket (Thomlison)
and Christina (Steele) Cockwill.|
Photo: of Christina Cockwell, mother of Bernice Wismer, and two unknown young ladies, submitted by Bernice Wismer.
Photo: of Charlie Burnett and his sister Mrs. Granville -- Frank Cockwell.|
Photo: of Kitty and Lindsay Johnston.
Photo: of Frank Cockwell.|
Photo: of one of the cooks at the mill.
Photo: of the Purvis Dock in Meldrum Bay.
Photo: a Sunday gathering at Meldrum Bay, unknown persons.|
Photo: of Frank Cockwill with other men from Meldrum Bay.
Photo: of Wilbert Steele of Meldrum Bay.|
Photo: of two unknown ladies at Meldrum Bay.
Photo: of Christine Steele.
Photo: of Fay Steele (Mrs. Jim Matheson) and a friend.
Photo: of United Church at Meldrum Bay.|
Photo: of the congregation -- Ivan Trick, Joe Granville, Lila Murray, Ronna Murray, Mrs. McCandlewis, Jean Murray, Lizzie VanEvery, Mrs. Hall, Bob Wickett, Rev. Miller, Mel Wickett, Mrs. Jessie Granville, Gwen Wickett, Alberta Trick, Joe Millman and Donald Murray.
Photo: of the Meldrum Bay broomball team.
Photo: of the Meldrum Bay store.
|18||Photo: of the Meldrum Bay hockey team -- Allan Wright, Joe Granville, Pat Sullivan, Erio Townsend, Joe Sullivan, Roy Tuboyant.|
Photo of the Orange Day Parade in Meldrum Bay.|
Photo: of what is supposed to be the boarding house at Meldrum Bay.
|20||Photo: of men taking up ice for the summer months, c. 1927, submitted by Edna Millman.|
Photo: men using a machine to cut the ice into long strips.|
Photo: teams of horses pulled the ice blocks out.
|22||Photos: Joe Millman hauling winter logs out of the bush to the beach.|
|23||Article: Lost on the ice; George Avis and Pat Barry, nine days lost -- W.J. Harper, W.L. Nichols, Dr. McCort.|
Photo: of Millman tug.|
Photo: of Joe Millman.
Photo: the Millman family of Meldrum Bay.|
Photo: of the crew at the mill.
|26||Article: Tragic accidents on the ice -- Forest Hartman, William McDonald, Ern Williams, Bert Fisher, Chas. MacDonald.|
|27||Article: Tragic accidents on the ice continued -- Bert Fisher, Neil McDonald, Norman Kelly, Chas. MacDonald, William Keen, Mr. Harman, Mr. R.E. Lendrum, Mr. E. Mahoney, Mr. L.E. Lendrum, J. Purvis.|
Photo: of daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Millman of Meldrum Bay, Alberta, Gwen and Edna.|
Photo: of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Millman, 1904.
Photo: The Millman girls -- Alberta, Gwen and Edna, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Millman.|
Photo: Wedding picture of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Millman, 1904.
|30||Article: Meldrum Bay -- J. Miller, William Cullis, J. Ball, W. Thorburn, D.C. McKinnon, Dick Cundell, Miss McAllister, George Burns, J. Fitzpatrick, Matt Scott, J. Millman, D. Murray, T. Falls.|
|31||Photos: of the M.S. Turret Crown in 1925.|
Photo: of the M.S. Turret Crown engulfed in ice.|
Photo: of Meldrum Bay dock in 1937 -- includes Alec, Nellie (McDonald) and Chester Fisher.
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|Photo: of Green Bay United Church, 100 years old in 1992.|
Note that the majority of this booklet is dedicated to Green Bay United Church.|
Indexes, subscription and information on "Through the Years".
|3||Article: Churches in Green Bay -- John Skippen, J. Lediard, W. Crewson, Rev. T.J. Barber.|
|4||Article: Churches in Green Bay continued -- Charles Cosby, Morley Gordon, Leslie Wood, W.F. Marshall, W.A. & M. Ferguson, J.B. Ferguson, C. Skippen, C. Cosby, P. Cosby, Peirson Ferguson, Bert Ferguson, Tim Cosby, W.L. Ferguson, Alvin Wood, J.T. Skippen, Ross Skippen, Mrs. L. Stringer, Mrs. R. Cosby, Rev. Robert Wagner, Mrs. Isabelle Skippen, Mrs. Helen Karn, Rev. Sandra McLachlan.|
Article: Ministers who served Green Bay United Church since 1932 -- William Vincer, W. Cook,
J.K. McKenzie, Edward W. Shaw, G.E. Barkwell, Len Turner, Kenneth Allan, Keith Brown, Mary McNally, Stanley Smith,
Robert Wagner, Don Holmes, J. Hugh, S. Gemmell, Larry Manley, Margaret Bain, Barry Bain, Cecil Carnochan,
Sandra McLachian, Catherine Sommerville, Brenda McPherson, Mark Ferrier.|
Article: Honora United Church, 1898/1949 -- Mr. Armstrong, Weston Leroy Herriman, David Day, William Trumble, Henry Rogers, Rev. James McLaughlin, William Vincer, Mr. Killens, Robert Black, Rev. Edward Shaw.
Photo: Manitoulin 1962 -- Flora Ferguson, Florence Bayer, Pearl Cosby, Mary Burnett,
Mary Cosby, Alice Cosby, Sara Wood, Isabelle Skippen, Elizabeth Wood (Mrs. Leonard), Aleada Wood (Mrs. Alvin).|
Photo: of Rhinard Bayer, Hanna Bayer, Pearl Bayer (Cosby), Grant Bayer, George Bayer.
Photo: Mrs. Jim Burnett, Aleta Wood, Mary Cosby, Isabelle Skippen, Granma Wood, Florence Bayer,
Jean Cosby, Flora Ferguson.|
Photo: Youngsters -- Ida Ferguson, Pierson Ferguson, Vickie Ferguson, Louise Ferguson.
|8||Photo: of the Ferguson family in 1908 -- Andrew C. Ferguson, Mary Ann Ferguson, Mamie Marshall, Lena Marshall, William August Ferguson, John Benjamin Ferguson, Reuben Ferguson and Floyd Ferguson.|
|9||Photo and Story: of John Ferguson Sr., married Mary Jane Johnson -- children; Andrew, Cornelius, Theodore, Lindsay, Mrs. B.A. Griffith, Mrs. Frederick Phillips, Mrs. W.H. Gordon, Jemima, Vicki (Mrs. Stringer).|
Photo: The Reverend Laycock, 1908.|
Photo: Alvin Wood making a presentation to Rev. Robert Wagner, 1961.
Photo: The Reverend Hugh Gemmell.
Photo: of Grandma and Grandpa Cosby.
Photo: Reverend Hugh Gemmell, 1966, baptismal of Robert Nichols and Valerie Hayes.|
Photo: 1989, Alvin Wood attends the baptismal of grandson Nicholas Kevin, son of Kevin and Pat Aelick, and one grandson Gregory Vernon, son of Bruce and Lori Wood. Nicole Mary Aleta daughter of Bill and Diane Wood.
|12||Photo: of the Reverend Catherine Somerville.|
|13||Article and photo: of Green Bay Methodist Church.|
Article: of Green Bay Methodist Church continued.|
Article: Green Bay 1882 -- Elder J. Lediard, W. Crewson, Rev. J.T. Barber, John Skippen Sr.
Article: Green Bay Tea Meeting, Feb. 16, 1902 -- Chas. Anderson, Reverends; W.E. Wallace, Smith, S.G. Noble and W.H. Moore, Dr. Carruthers, Masters Idle and Skippen, Miss Anderson, Rev. A.P. Brace.
Photo: Parkinson Golden Wedding Anniversary, 1959.|
Photo: Charles Cosby in 1939.
Photo: Lew Ferguson in 1979.
Photo: Families of Green Bay Reunion -- Leslie and Sara Wood, Lizzie Cosby, Wells Parkinson,
Mary Cosby, Bill Hallet, Clarence and Rob Cosby, Alice and Tom, Stuart Clarke, Jane Parkinson (Mrs. Wells), John Cosby,
Alex Cosby, Pearl Cosby, Jean Cosby, Pearl Cosby, Mrs. Turner, Bus Clarke, Aunt Sara Clarke, Lizzie Van Every,
Ada Hallet and Tom Clarke.|
Article: Rockville United Church -- Wellington Parkinson, Alfred Spry, Alfred Newby, Mrs. Burn Spry, Mr. Foster, Jack McDermid, Mr. Bamford, Melvin Bock, Rev. Mr. Atkinson, Rev. Mr. Caddote, Rev. Edward Shaw.
Photo: marriage of Brock and Brenda Chisholm, 1973.|
Photo: wedding of Ron Ferguson and Myina Cosby, 1960.
Photo: wedding of Lois and Jerry Bond, 1960.
Photo: wedding of Wayne Myers and Mary Ellen Gammie, 1965.|
Photo: wedding of Helen Cosby and James Chisholm, 1957.
Photo: of Aleda Ferguson.
Photo: of Grandpa Ferguson, c. 1963.
Photo: c. 1937 of Rev. Vincer, Joe and Vera Armstrong and Jula and Ernie Hore.|
Article: Presbytery in 1984 -- Rev. Hope Jackson, Rev. Richard Miller, Rev. Dawn Van Nyke, Rev. Jane Howe, Rev. Sandra McLauchian, Wlhemine Batman, Helen Karn.
|21||Article: St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church at Cold Springs -- Clifford McFarlane, Mr. G.C. Scott, Rev. James McLaughlin, James Steele, Rev. Dr. J.R. Mutchmor, Willaim Ewart Bannerman, Roy Columbus, J. Harris Burry, Oliver McCormick, R.R. McKay, Mary McVey, Glen Cannard, Charles and Reta Parkinson, Wilhelmine Batman, Emmanuel and Helen Karn, Rev. Mark Ferrier, Mrs. Margaret Moore, Samuel McLean, William Sterling, Henry Cannard, Mrs. James Moore, Margaret Moore, Faye Collins.|
Obituary: Sarah Elizabeth (Cosby) Wood; husband Leslie Wood; Mrs. Helen Karn, Paster Stanley
Toombs, Mrs. Burnett, Mrs. Lewis Ferguson, Mrs. Alex Crossgrove, Mrs. Julie Chisholm, Mrs. Emma Dearing, Mr. Fred Smith,
Mr. Jule Chisholm, Dale Wood, Roy Bayer, Bill Armstrong, Gary Wood, Leslie Gilchrist, Ivan Wood, Murray and
Obituary: Leslie Wood; wife Sarah Elizabeth Cosby -- children, Charles, Elmer, Leonard, Lorne, Alvin, Norman, Florence and Edith Bayer, Vera (Shering), Bernice (Gilchrist) and Marie (Tann) -- Myrtle Wood, Miss Dean Batman, Ralph Wiber, Jim Moore, W.J. Davis, Lawrence Tann, Cliff White, Ross Skippen and Oscar Bjorklund.
Photo: of Dick and Julian (Jr.) Chisholm as children.|
Photo: of Richard Tustian, Orion Aelick, Barbara (Chisholm) Aelick and Emma Tustian.
Photo: of Rita Parkinson (Howard), Doris Chisholm (Howard), Julian (Jr.) Chisholm, Charlie Parkinson, 1952.
Photo: of Julian (Jr.) Chisholm, Barbara (Chisholm) Aelick.
Photo: Doris and (Jr.) Julian Chisholm, 1952.|
Photo: of Viney and Bill Ferguson with Ruth (Chisholm) Mahamned, 1961.
Photo: of Julian (Jule) and Edith (Tustian) Chisholm at their 25th Anniversay.
Photo: of Alf and Lily Spry.
|25||Article: Biography of Mrs. Edith I. (Tustian) Chisholm 1913/1991; husband Jule Chisholm -- Richard and Emma Tustian, Lily Spry Snow, children; James, Julian Jr., Richard and Barbara.|
Article: Biography of Mrs. Edith I. (Tustian) Chisholm continued.|
Photo: of Julian (Jr.) Chishom.
|27||Article: Biography of Mr. (Jule) Julian Alonzo Chisholm Sr. 1905/1991; wife Edith Tustian, children; James, Julian Jr., Richard and Barbara -- Alonzo and Lily Chisholm, James and Sarah Spry, Lily Spry Snow.|
Photo: of Brock Chisholm, Floyd Cosby, Ivan Wood and Jim Bayer.|
Photo: of family gathering -- Roy and Lois Newburn Jr., Edith, Jule Chisholm, Orion Aelick, James Chisholm and Doris Tustian, Richard Tustian, Dick Chisholm and daughter Marilyn, Jean (Bailey) Chisholm and baby, Barbara Aelick, Donald Tustian, Doris and Brock Chisholm and Emma Tustian.
|29||Article: Lily Jane (Snow) Spry (husband Alfred Thomas Spry) -- William and Marianne Snow, siblings; Chester, Sadie, Jessie, Nellie, Bert, Florence, Hazel and Edwin, Zella Spry, James and Sarah Spry, James and Helen Chisholm, Faye and Julian Chisholm, Harold and Bernard Felix, Sally Dwyer.|
Photo: of sisters Rita Parkinson and Doris Chisholm, c. 1960's.|
Photo: of Irene (Parkinson) Campbell, Rita (Howard) Parkinson and friends.
Photo: of Dick Jr., Barbara, and James Chisholm c. 1948.
Photo: .of Dick, Julian (Jr.), Barbara and James Chisholm c. 1946|
Photo: of Julian and Edith Chisholm with grandchildren; Marilyn, Brock, Ruth, Cheryl, Alf, Julie and Michael.
Photo: of Gladys Wheeland and Rita Parkinson.
|Article and photo: of the bulk carrier William F. Stifel, photo by John H. Bascom, 1956.|
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|Photo: showing Conservation Officer uniforms; Mark Robbins, Dave Beaver, Bill Daniher and Chris Hill.|
Photo: of Pat Brown C.O. near Evansville.|
Subscription and information on "Through the Years".
Note from the Editor: Book dedicated to 100 Years for Game Overseers, Game Wardens or
Note: C.O. refers to Conservation Officer.
|4||Article: Game and Fish Acts in Ontario -- Samuel R. McKewan C.O., Thomas Frood, Jas. Hilson, W.C. Wright C.O., J.J. Avic C.O., W.M. Boyd C.O., Andrew Hall C.O., Joseph Hembruff C.O., David Irwin C.O., James Lewis C.O.|
|5||Article: An Act for the better protection of Game in Upper Canada.|
|6||Photo: of four year old Master Wells Christie and his catch in 1908.|
|7||Article: History of Deer on Manitoulin -- Archie Wickett, Ian Anderson, J.E. Ransbury, W.L.W. Ransbury, Charlie Bibby, Harold Silva, J.H. Bailey, Art Zimmerman.|
Photo: of John Deibolt C.O. with deer, 1989.|
Article: Game Laws in force 1888-1890.
Article: Province of Ontario when the Commission was issued.|
Photo: of the "Lotus" patrolling the North Channel.
Photo: 1947 Sutton Snowmobile.|
Photo: of Lands and Forests patrol boat c. 1950.
Photo: of C.O. Lance Walsh c. 1950.
Photo: of C.O. Al Pozzo at Wawa c.1961|
Photo: of Niagara C.O. checking anglers' c. 1950.
|17-22||Article: Report of Ontario Game and Fish Commissioners.|
|22||Notice: by Ontario Game and Fisheries, signed by A. Sheriff, 1915.|
Article: List of Deputy Wardens for Algoma -- Alexander Anderson, William Gilmore, John Harris,
Frank Brown, John Emmons, D.Fraser, J. Gardner, S.R. McKewen, Wm. McKirdy, Thomas Penfold, Joseph Whalen, G.L. Wetmore,
Edward Riley, J.T. Little, Robert Rush, John Piche, Duncan Bole.|
Article: Cases prosecuted, 1892 -- S.R. McKewen C.O., Jas. Hilson.
Article: Report of the Commissioners for the year 1893.
Article: Report of the Commissioners for the year 1893 continued.|
List: of Deputy Wardens Algoma, 1893 -- Alexander Anderson, William Gilmore, John Harris, Frank Brown, John Emmons, D.Fraser, J. Gardner, S.R. McKewen, Wm. McKirdy, Joseph Whalen, G.L. Wetmore, Edward Riley, J.T. Little, Robert Rush, John Piche, Duncan Bole.
List: of Deputy Wardens Algoma, 1894 -- Alexander Anderson, Frank Brown, Duncan Bole, Andrew Black, George Cosgrove, William Gilmore, John Harris, John Emmons, D.Fraser, J. Gardner, S.R. McKewen, Wm. McKirdy, Thomas Penfold, G.L. Wetmore, J.T. Little, Robert Rush, John Piche, M.J. Patterson, Edward Riley, W.D. Reid, Alfred Bird Smith, Joseph Whalen, J.M. Woods.
List: of Deputy Wardens Algoma, 1895 -- Alexander Anderson, Frank Brown, Duncan Bole,
Andrew Black, George Cosgrove, John Emmons, D.Fraser, Thosmas R. Geddes, William Gilmore, J. Gardner, John Harris,
William Higgins, J.T. Little, S.R. McKewen, Wm. McKirdy, John Piche, M.J. Patterson, Edward Riley, Robert Rush, W.D. Reid,
Alfred Bird Smith, Joseph Whalen, J.M. Woods, L. Kemp.|
List: of Deputy Wardens Algoma, 1896 -- Alexander Anderson, Frank Brown, Duncan Bole, Andrew Black, George Cosgrove, John Emmons, D.Fraser, Thos. R. Geddes, William Gilmore, J. Gardner, John Harris, William Higgins, J.T. Little, S.R. McKewen, Wm. McKirdy, John Piche, M.J. Patterson, Edward Riley, Robert Rush, W.D. Reid, Alfred Bird Smith, Joseph Whalen, J.M. Woods, L. Kemp, M. Harkness, J. Craig, G. Hymer, D. Piper, H. Wentfield, E.A. Morton, D. Reese, E. Lalonde, H. Grattan, McIlwraith, J. Walker, T. Norquay, D.Tennant.
Deputy Wardens for Manitoulin: S.R. McKewen, L. Kemp and T. Norquay.
List: of shooting licenses issued to foreign sportsmen in 1896.|
Article: Report of Commander of Cruiser "Gilphie".
Article: Report of 1900.
|27||Article: Report of 1900 continued.|
Article: Report of 1900 continued.|
Article: Report of 1902.
Photo: of Alf Hodgson C.O. holding a Muskie.|
Article: Report of 1902 continued.
Article: Report of 1902 continued.|
Article: Lake Manitou Lease.
Article: Lake Huron (N. Channel).
|31||Article: First Annual Report of the Game and Fisheries.|
Article: First Annual Report of the Game and Fisheries continued.|
Article: North Channel, Lake Huron -- Joseph Hembruff C.O.
Article: North Channel, Lake Huron continued -- Oliver C.O.|
List: of Games Oversees for 1907 -- R.C. Oliver, Wm. Vincer.
Article: First Annual Report of the Game and Fisheries.
Article: North Channel, Lake Huron continued -- Joseph Hembruff,
William Hunter, and David Irwin all Conservation Officers.|
List: of Overseers for 1908 -- Joseph Hembruff, William Hunter, R.C. Oliver.
Article: Fisheries revenue per officer for 1908 -- J.R. Bradbury, $5.; W.J. Graham, $115;
Joseph Hembruff, $15; Wm. Hunter, $27; David Irwin, $193; R.C. Oliver, $6,627; William Vincer $9.|
Article: Game and Fisheries Department 1909.
Photo: of wolves taken in 1949, Nipigon area.
|36||Article: North Channel, Lake Huron -- J.R. Bailey, Joseph Hembruff, William Hunter, Thomas Johnson, Richard Oliver.|
Article: North Channel, Lake Huron continued -- W.J. Wright.|
Article: Game and Fisheries Department 1910 -- Andrew Hall, Joseph Hembruff, William Hunter.
Article: Game and Fisheries Department 1910 continued- David Irwin.|
Article: Game and Fisheries Department 1911 -- J.J. Avis, Andrew Hall, Joseph Hembruff, William Hunter.
Article: Game and Fisheries Department 1911 continued --
Thomas J. Johnston.|
Article: Manitoulin District -- J.J. Avis, Andrew Hall.
|40||Article: Manitoulin District continued -- J.J. Avis, W.M. Boyd, Andrew Hall.|
Article: Manitoulin District continued -- Joseph Hembruff,
James Lewis, David Pyette, James Ramesbottom.|
Article: Manitoulin District 1915 -- J.J. Avis.
|42||Article: Manitoulin District 1915 continued -- Andrew Hall, David Irwin, J.W. Lewis, John McArthur, David Pyette, James Ramesbottom.|
|43||Article: Games and Fisheries Department 1915 -- J.B. Fielding, Henry Watson, A. Sheriff, J.T. Robinson.|
Article: Games and Fisheries Department 1915 continued.|
Article: Manitoulin District 1916 -- W.M. Boyd, -- Andrew Hall, Joseph Hembruff, David Irwin, James Lewis.
Article: Manitoulin Early Deputy Game & Fisheries Overseers, 1892/1930 -- Samuel R. McEwen,
L. Kemp, Robert S. Stapleton, Thomas Norquay, Richard Oliver, W.M. Boyd, Andrew Hall, Joseph Hembruff, David Irwin,
James Lewis, David Pyette, James Ramesbotton, William Hunter, William Vincer, W.T. Wright, J.J. Avis, John McArthur,
Article: Manitoulin Full Time Game Wardens and Conservation Officers -- J. Harold Bailey, Clarence Young, Art Zimmerman, Bert Odorizzi, Jack Lawrence, Dave Ethier, Gary Withinshaw, Harold Cheley, Terry Matz, Bill Tye, Ian Anderson, John Diebolt.
Photo: of Lands and Forest display at Manitowaning, with Clarence Young and Harold Bailey.|
Article: service of Clarence (C.J.) Young, 1945/1961 -- Harold Bailey, Mrs. Anne Moffat.
Article: service of J. Harold Bailey, 1937/1963 -- Mr. G.E. Baxter.
Photo: of Art Zimmerman.|
Article: service of Art Zimmerman, 1961/1977 -- Harold Bailey, C.J. Young.
Photo: at a Hunter safety course, 1961 -- Art Zimmerman, Mim Smith, Marilyn Sagle,
Marilyn Love, Michael Beverley.|
Photo: Planting Kokanee Salmon, 1965 at South Bay, Art Zimmerman.
Photo: of Joan Hubay C.O. at Kenora checking anglers.
Article: service of Jack Lawrence, 1964/1970 -- Charlie Gibby, Art Zimmerman, married
Barb Fogal, (children) Sandy, Patty and Dennis.|
Photo: of Rich Henry C.O. on an ATV in Kenora.
Photos: of Terry Matz C.O., 1977.|
Article: service of Terry Matz, 1968/1980 -- wife Elizabeth, (daughters) Charlotte and Evelyn.
|51||Article: service of Ian Anderson, 1973/1992 -- Bill Tye, John Ross, Terry Matz, John Diebolt, Brad Graham, Jay Swain, wife Patricia, (sons) Ryan and Erik.|
Photo: of John Diebolt and Ian Anderson in 1988.|
Article: service of John J. Diebolt, 1980/1992 -- wife Rose, (children) Joel, Jason and Maria.
Photo: of Brian Morrison C.O.
|53||Article: 100 Years of History.|
|54||Article: 100 Years of History continued.|
|55||Article: 100 Years of History continued.|
Tribute to the Warden Wives, written by Ian Anderson.|
Credits: Eldene (Bailey) Longhurst, Anne Moffat, Art Zimmerman, Jack Lawrence, Terry Matz, Dave Kenney, John Diebolt, Ken Morrison.
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|Photo: of a machine to cut grain pulled by three good horses.|
|2||Indexes, subscription and information on "Through the Years".|
Letter to the Editor: in search of ancestors -- James Milligan, Annie McPherson, Annie Milligan,
Mrs. James Milligan. Children of James and Annie; Annie, Robert Wallace, Gordon, John, Susan, Sarah, William.
Signed Phyllis Milligan.|
Lyrics: to the song, In the good old summer time.
|4||Poems: The Sailor's Plea; Down the river of golden dreams; In Friendship's Name; Briefs.|
|5-10||Photo and article: dated 1920-1929 "A Kaleidoscope of Killarney" -- Captain William Lowe Sr., Paul Labelle, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Roque, William Denman, Misses Jean and Hilda Lowe, Misses Edith and Delvina Roque, William Zister, Misses Doris Bernard and Angeline Solomon, Vernon Loosemore, Mrs. Ross Wright, Joe Roque, Mr. May, Dan Roque, Peter Solomon, Cecil Low, Mrs. Alf Beaucage, Mrs. Frank Solomon, Miss Mamie Solomon, Julian Low, Joe Low, Mr. and Mrs. Pfeiffer, Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy, William Martell, Miss K. Nixon, Miss Mabel Nelder, Mrs. Pierre R. de la Morandiere, Bill Williams, Mrs. Kimmel, Mr. and Mrs. William Martel, Miss Joseette de la Morandiere, Mrs. Albert Bateman, Helen Bateman, John Bateman, Mr. Weir, Mrs. Tom Bateman, Miss Margaret Roque, Lincoln Labatte, Matilda Roque, Jeff Weir, Mrs. White, Mrs. John Haitse, Frank Roque, William Denman, Mr. F. Lehman, Mrs. V. McDonald, John Tyson, Mrs. Urquahart, Mrs. John Oakes, Michael Bernard, Dr. McDonald, Dr. Davis, Mrs. Charles Noble, Miss Josette Stamien.|
Article: A Kaleidoscope of Killarney continued -- Paul Labelle,
Mr. Wagg, Mr. A.E. Graham, Mrs. Thomas Jackman, Maggie Cushing.|
Photo: West end of Killarney Channel in 1930.
|9||Article: A Kaleidoscope of Killarney continued -- Mrs. Fenton, Mrs. Reggie Herbert, Miss Bertha Fenton, Rev. Paquin, William McIvor, Emeric Sagima, Alvin Bateman, Emile Herbert, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Herbert, Dr. McKenzie Smith, Fred Beauvais, Joseph Burke, George Bloom, Joe Mejaki, George Pitfield, Rev. Father Comte, Joe Stuart, Mrs. Pitfield, Miss Eldridge, Mrs. Armstrong, Mr. Richard, Mrs. LaPointe, Miss Kate Cushing, Mrs. Margaret Jackman, Mr. R. Currie, Raymond Roque, Captain William Lowe, Ted. Pitfield.|
|10||Article: A Kaleidoscope of Killarney continued -- Ed Rousseau, Peter Solomon, Dave Malcolm, Frank Pilon, John Proulx, Captain N.J. McCoy, Reeve Alfred Roque, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Orendorf, Evangeline Patricia Orendorf, Celia Roque, Miss Stella Proulx, Mrs. Marcella Payne, Mr. and Mrs. John Skelliter, Joseph Glen Skelliter, Arthur Jackman, Alf Roque, Martin O'Connor, Mr. Lehman, Mrs. M. Gagagins, Thomas McGraw, Harry A. Loosemore, Gladys Loosemore, Mr. and Mrs. Nierman, Mrs. C. Pitt, Charles Noble.|
|11||Photos: The community of Killarney and Killarney, Georgian Bay, c. 1882.|
|12||Article: Marine musings of the upper lakes, 1851.|
|13||Article: Marine musings of the upper lakes, 1851 continued.|
Article: Marine musings of the upper lakes, 1851 continued --
Captain Dunn, Capt Port, Mr. Anderson, Captain P.M. Campbell.|
Photo: of Captain Robert "Bob" Morrison in 1951, submitted by Mrs. Morrison.
|15||Article: Marine musings of the upper lakes, 1851 continued.|
Article: Marine musings of the upper lakes, 1851 continued --
Captain John Tobin.|
Photo: of the steamer Manitoulin provided by Wes Coulter.
|17||Article: Marine musings of the upper lakes, 1851 continued -- Mr. Burton, James Scott, Captain John Oliver.|
Article: Marine musings of the upper lakes, 1851 continued --
Mr. W.J. Stewart, M. Burton, Mr. Braniff.|
Photo: of George Bateman, his father Henry Bateman and George's son Jarvis, submitted by Kate (Bateman) Pinch.
Article: Marine musings of the upper lakes, 1851 continued --
Mr. Thorburn, Captain James Ganley, Bernard Rennie.|
Photo: of the inside of Killarney Hotel with Ethel and Gervais Ferandez, submitted by Lorne and Irene Bousquet.
|20||Article: Marine musings of the upper lakes, 1851 continued -- Captain McLeod, Captain R.L. Graham.|
Article: Marine musings of the upper lakes, 1851 continued.|
Photo: of the carrier "Sultana".
Article: Two children burned to death and another badly burned at Kagawong, 1910 --
William and Jane Gordon.|
Photo: of William Gordon's home before the fire.
Photo: of Jane and William Gordon.|
Photo: of Stan Gordon and mother Jane.
Photo: before the fire, Jane Gordon and children Arthur, Jessie and Stan.|
Letter: addressed to William Gordon from the Kagawong Loyal Orange Lodge, condolences, signed by Wm. M. Boyd, and William Hilliard.
Notice of prices: at Havelock Hotel, Proprietor John Hilliard.
|25||Article and photo: of Elmer Gordon: Gives own life after rescuing boy from fire -- Elmer Gordon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gordon, Loyale McDougall, Neil McDougall, Joanne McDougall, Sharon McDougall, Miss J, Guy.|
Article: Voter's List of Billings, 1898 -- Colin Bayley, Matt Bailie, J.E. Bowser,
James Bailie, W.M. Boyd, George Burch, G.A. Buck, G.N. Buck, Thomas Bowser, D.H. Boyd, W.A. Buck, Wm. Bailie,
Nelson Campbell, Alfred Campbell, Abe Campbell, Jas Carter, Dougall Campbell, R.E. Dickhout, Thos. Dickhout,
Peter Dickhout, George Foster, C.M. Fraser, Wm. Fisher, R.G. Fisher, John Farquahar, J.W. Foster, Ed Foster, E.J. Foster,
Donald Fraser, Wm. Farquahar, Neil Gordon, Albert Graham, J.E. Greenfield, John Greenfield, W.J. Graham, Mathew Graham,
Jas. Gordon, Robert Graham, Ed Hoar, Charles Hoar, Oliver Hunt, Henry Hunt, W.J. Hunt, Arthur Hunt, Charles Hunt,
James Hunt, Wm. Heath, Robert Hunt, Clarence Hunt, John Hilliard, Joseph Hunt, Wm. Ireland, Samuel Johnston,
Jas. Johnston, Wm. Kendrick, Fred Kenshell, Wm. Lloyd, J.A. Lemon, H.L. Lemon, M. Lloyd, R.J. Lloyd, Robert Love,
Jesse Lehman, J.W. Lang, John Moore, Wm. Marshall, Jas. Moore Sr., Jas. McLeod, Wm. McAnsh, David Monro, D. McKenzie,
Alex Monro, John McGaughey, J.A. McGaughey, Jas, Moore Jr., Jas. McGaughey, W.J. McGaughey, John McAnsh, Alex McLaren,
Wm. McKenzie, John McKenzie, Jacob McPherson, Alfred Newby, Joseph Pierce, J. Joseph Rawlings, T.F. Richards, D.L. Richards,
Robert Rivett, Wm. Stirling, Wm. Snow, Wm. Steven Sr., Wm. Steven Jr., J.T. Smith, Chas. Snow, Robert Sproul, Noble Sproule,
Robert Tustian, John Thompson, George Tustian, W.J. Thomas, Samuel Tustian, George Tustian Jr., G.B. Thompson, Archie Thompson,
L.J.A. Thompston, John Vanhorn, Luke Vanhorn, Thos. Wyman, George Wyman, C.E. Woolley, W.J. Wiber, George Waterhouse,
J.A. Wilson, R L. Wyman, R.F. Wyman.|
Persons entitled to vote at Municipal Elections only: Thos. Bull, D.F. Burk, David Cribbs, M E. Dawson, Wm. Elliot, John Fraser, Bertram Gray, Wilfred Gray, George Hunter, Chas. Huggard, H.R. Herriman, W.L. Herriman, H.L. Hime, Wm. Legg, Thos. Moore, George Moore, Jesse Martin, Alex McNevin, Malcolm McNevin, Wm. McCabe, Mrs. McInnis, Robert McClinchey, J. Obrine, Wm. Parkinson, Jos. Pim, J. Riardon, J.J. Riardon, Honor Ross, D. Spence, Chas. Stewart, Sheppard, Canard & Spry.
Article: Election Clerk's Certificate - Jos. A. Wilson.|
Copy: of the Office of the Manitoulin Guide, Leading Journal in the District of Algoma, established A. D. 1877.
Letters: to Mr. Andrew Russell, signed by E.C. Jackson; to Mr. W.A. Porter, signed Aus Ironside.
|28||Article: Laws concerning public schools, 1896.|
|29||Article: Marine disaster of Georgian Bay, of the "Asia", April 30, 1953 -- Mrs. Flora Pyette, William Turnburll, George Turnbull, Mrs. Charlotte Baxter, Mrs. Albert Fleming, Miss Christina Morrison, D.A. Tinkis, William Henry.|
|30||Article: Marine disaster of Georgian Bay, of the "Asia" continued -- John McDonald, Mrs. Fleming, Captain Savage.|
|31||Article: Marine disaster of Georgian Bay, of the "Asia" continued -- Mr. Tinkis, Mrs. Fleming, Miller family.|
Article: My fond memories of Doctor J.A. Baker, by Erma McAllister -- George R. McRae,
Photo: of Doctor Baker.
|Page||Article or Item|
|Photo: taken in 1926 of the Joe Millman family in their car.|
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Note: from the Editor.|
lyrics to the song "Lay my head beneath a rose".
Poem: Risk It.|
Lyrics: to the song "Sunshine of paradise alley".
Article: Life begins at 80.|
|6||Photo and article: on the steamer Lambton.|
|7||Poem: Voices of the Earth.|
|8||Article: The law governing the relation of parent and child, 1896.|
|9||Article: The High School Entrance Examinations, 1939.|
Article and photo: of John A. Lougheed, submitted by Erma McAllister -- Thomas and
Margaret (Armstrong) Lougheed, Bella McMillen, Peter and Erma McAllister.|
Poem: Be still, sad heart.
|11||Stock article: from the Toronto Star in 1902.|
|12, 13||Article: Authorities and friends of dead nurse don't talk, 1923 Gore Bay -- Miss Emma Burns.|
|14||Copy: of a Marriage Certificate issued in 1904, between Joseph Millman and Josephine Fisher. Witnesses were W.H. Johnston and Katherine Burnett. The Minister was W.A. Duncan.|
Article: The Atlantic Charter.|
Article: Tehkummah, 1909 -- George Lineker, Wesley Duxbury, Oyrus Hall, Miss Ida McKin.
Article: A sketch of William Durie Lyon.|
Photo: of the Providence Bay Boarding House.
Article: Gordon, 1909 -- Alf Johnston, Miss Mary McLean, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Nelles,
Mrs. Snead, Wm. Burns, John Hall, Alf Battye, Mrs. Chas. Beck, Willard Cook, Miss Fannie Cook.|
Article: Fernlee, 1909 -- Mrs. Wm. Deering (nee Smyth), Miss Frances Cook, Colin Campbell, Mr. B. Hopkins, W.T. Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Burns.
Article: Gore Bay Badminton Club formed in 1936 -- Harold Johnson, Marjorie McRae,
Law Chantler, Mildred Smith.|
Photo: of the Gore Bay Badminton Club Members -- Mildred Purvis (Major), Jean McGill (Purvis), Betty Jackson (Robinson), Bill Robinson, Wilda Woods (McQuarrie), Bud Thorburn, Jacqueline McQuarrie (Gordon), Marj Gilroy (Bisson), Gordon Johnson, Fraser Porter, Cliff Beange, Bessie Lane, Edwin Irwins, Yvonne St. Pierre (Hogle), Marianne Porter (Knight), Helen Wright (McQuat), Ruth McGill, Mary Bryan, Gladys Wright (Beange), Marian Bochannas (Turner), Helen Purvis (Gordon), Carmen Buvchanan (Walker), June Casson (Eadie), Eldine Bailey (Longhurst).
Article: Gore Bay Badminton Club continued -- Mac McDougall,
Virgina Smith, Harold Johnson, Marjorie McRae, Judge A.B. Curry, Mildred Smith, Effie McQuarrie, Lena Cook,
Wm. Clarke, James and Nellie Graham, Julia Dominic and Ivan Griffith, Mrs. Simon Woods, Loreen McDonald, Ralph Bonbury,
Dorothy Purvis, Len Jackson, Mac McVictor, Ladie McDermid, Henrietta Kenney, Doris Riching, J. Willey, James Graham,
Nellie Graham, Fred Woods, Mac Johnson, Albert Purvis, George Brett, Ivan Purvis, Irene Foster, George Gilpin,
Tom Farquhar, Jack McQuay, John Currey, Em Bainborough, Ardath Campbell, Fraser Porter, Mary Louise Purvis,
Kaye McQuarrie, Jan McGill, Bud Priddle, Margy McDougall, Marj Bisson, Jim Williamson, Bud Thorburn, Alex Hammond.|
Article: An interesting letter, 1938 -- Mr. W.A. Smith, signed by Doris M. Riching, President J.D. Graham.
|21||Photo: of the Meldrum Bay Store, submitted by Flora MacLean.|
|22||Photos: of Providence Bay; the dock; and a busy Manitoulin day, submitted by Bill Ritching.|
|23||Photos: of Mutchmore & Co. Store and the tug W.E. George, taken in 1930.|
|24, 25||Photo and article: about Lauchie McCannell.|
Photo: of Lauchie playing a tune on the violin for grandson Paul.|
Article: Where is the Abitibi?
Photo: Edna Millman took a plane ride in 1928.|
Article: Advance, 1909 -- Miss Gertie Vance, Alf Johnston, Mr. Stone, Mr. Kennedy, John Vance.
|28||Article: Visits Manitoulin in 1885.|
|29||Article: Religious instruction for schools in 1939.|
|30||Photos: of the Caribou and Manitoulin at dockside.|
|31||Poem: I visited western Canada, submitted by Ev Proctor.|
Poem: "What do you see".|
Article: East Campbell1909, Tragic Accident -- John Buie.
|Page||Article or Item|
|Photo: of "The Old Tin Lizzy" taken at the old Barrie Island Bridge.|
|2||Indexes, subscription and information on "Through the Years".|
Lyrics: to A song of long ago.|
Article: Do you know of the Millers? -- David Miller, David Miller Jr., Jane Bell, John Miller, signed Jopei Loughead.
|4||Poems: Two Little Boys in Blue; Then You'll remember me; Mother, the queen of my heart.|
Photo: Charlie Robertson and his wife Gurtrude, with son Harold, taken c. 1932.
The horse's name was Tom.|
Article: Baby's great danger during hot weather.
Photo: of building a barn at George Pickard's, submitted by Charlie Robertson.|
Article: Invasion by Airship.
|7||Two photos: of teams of horses, one with Earl McGibbon.|
Article: The Manitoulin District in 1909 -- Mr. J.C. Irving, Mrs. R.W. Nelson, Mrs. McCoy,
Wm. McCoy, John Johnston, Mr. Andrews, Rev. Mr. Baker, Gordon Johnston.|
Article: Snowville, February 1909 -- Solomon McCullough, Mr. H.J. Linekar, Mr. W.B. Snow.
Article: Silver Water, February 1909 -- Mrs. McMillan, Mrs. John Rumley, Miss Jean Rumley,
Miss Ida Graham, Mrs. Wm. Priddle, Mrs. William Clarke, Miss Elma Edmonds, John Kemp.|
Article: Barrie Island, February 1909 -- Henry Vancise, Dr. Johnston, James Coutts, Mrs. J. Jennings, Mr. Steel, Rev. Mr. Ferguson, Miss Sadie Lewis, Miss Jennet Flanagan, Mrs. D.D. Griffith, Miss Emma Noble, Mrs. J. Best, Mrs. A.E. Letts, Tom McCrackin, Ben Greenman, Frank Morden, Master Willie Letts.
Article: Sandfield, February 1909 -- Miss Flora Tucker, Mrs. Allan Chatwell, Mr. R.O. Watson, Herb Bryan, Frank Hurlburt, Mr. E. Hutchinson.
Article: Big Lake, February 1909 -- Mrs. F. Bassingthwaite, Dr. Walker, James McCutcheon,
A. Gordon, J. Thomas, G. Turnbull, E. Bassingthwaite, Mr. M.I. Johnston, Mrs. Thomas Smith, Miss Edith Hamilton,
Miss Ada Porteous, Phoeba Ferguson, Ethel Young, Dolly Thompson.|
Article: Providence Bay, February 1909 -- John Fraser, Miss Ina Latham, Miss Nellie Hall, Mrs. Wagg, Mr. Mitchell, Mrs. W. Wagg.
Article: West Carnarvon, February 1909 -- John Buie, Thos. Hunter, Miss Nellie Hall, Benjamin Bock, Wm. Berry.
Article: Long Bay, February 1909 -- Miss Ella Paisley, Mr. Prior, Joe Wellington, Peter Caddle,
Mr. H. Wismer, David Sloss, Frank Paisley, Loran Vanhorn, Harry Snead, Mr. Pemberton.|
Article: Mindemoya, February 1909 -- Miss Mary Cushing, Frank Smith, Mrs. George Ellis, W. Galbraith, James Caddle, Mrs. Charles Robinson, Mr. D. McDonald, D. Galbraith.
Article: Poplar, February 1909 -- Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Falls, Mrs. McArthur, Rev. Mr. Tiat, Messrs. W. and Joe Baker, Miss Vennervey, Miss Annie McArthur, Mr. Holland, Mr. Sims, Mr. Noland, Mr. McLaren.
Article: Cockburn Island, April 1909 -- Samuel Ellis, John Robb, Arthur Robb, John Robinson,
Mr. Ellis, Mr. D.J. McLeod, George Wright, E.J. Smith, Arthur E. Pateman, Mr. H.H. Avis, Miss Aggie Reid, Mrs. R.C. Reid,
Rev. D.S. McFarlane, John Rombough, William Armstrong, Sam Ellis, Ross Goodmurphy, W. Robb.|
Article: Mindemoya, April 1909 -- William Hore, Herbert Van Horn, Charlie Robertson.
Article: Mindemoya continued -- Miss Mary Gordon, Miss A. Aiken,
Ben Becks, F. Hulbert, Lizzie Williamson, Roy Becks, Sam Corbier, Miss Hamilton, Mr. G. Towbridge, Miss Martha Anderson,
Miss Mary Williamson, Miss Violet Gordon, Frank Hulbert, Tom Williamson, Andrew McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Smith,
Sam Corbier, W.J. Berry, Rev. Mr. Stotesbury, Rev. Mr. Anderson, William Tilson, Wes Strain, James Love, Mrs. Thos. Arniel,
John Caddel, Mr. Luker, Rev. Mr. Marks.|
Article: Silver Bay, April 1909 -- Reid Davidson, Geo. Trowbridge, Mr. and Mrs. Sloan, Mrs. Alex Porteous, Joe McGregor, Mrs. Wm. Snow, W.J. Moody, Mr. D. Forsythe, Harry Brown, Mr. Ashley, Mr. Stoddart.
Article: Peaceful Bay, 1909 -- M. Bailey, J.W. Foster, J. Bowser, W. Marshall.
Article: Mindemoya, 1909 -- Mr. and Mrs. George Vanhorn, William A. Hare, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hare,
Miss Mary Hare, Herbert Vanhorn, Miss Ethel Love, Miss Violet Vanhorn.|
Article: Barrie Island, 1909 -- Capt. R.L. Graham, Thos. Latta, Neil Montgomery, Miss Betty Witty, Chas. Lane, Mr. W.H. Noble, Capt. Jas. Young, Mr. J. Jeffkins, Capt. Jas. Purvis, Mr. G.A. Cole.
Article: Billings, 1909 -- Miss Mary Latta, John Greenfield, Thos. Bowser, Will Hilliard.
Article: Billings, continued -- Norman Blackburn, John Greenfield,
Norman McLaren, Ward Foster, Thos. McGaughey, Harvey Dickout, Mr. Richard and Emma Tustian, Miss Ernie Tustian.|
Article: Gordon, March 1909 -- Wes Strain, Robert Elliott, Miss May Vanzant, Mr. Moody, Mr. Wm. Wright, Mrs. Wm. Smith, Mrs. J.L. Crawford.
Article: West Carnarvon, March 1909 -- Herbert Hopkins, Mrs. Thos. Riching, Charles Kemp, Mrs. Martin L. Buck.
|16, 17||Photo: The Anglican Church in Silver Water with its congregation, c. 1914 -- Rev. H.A. Sims, George Trick, William Clark, John Duncanson, Ed Priddle, Frank Priddle, O.M. Thompson, Harry Noble, Archie Duncanson, Humphry Priddle, W. Priddle, Edith Noland, Mable Priddle, Mrs. Sims, Mable Rumley, Millie Kemp, Mrs. Harry Noble, Charlie Trick, Ewart Lloyd, Jasper Noble, Gertie Stephens, Nellie Priddle, Archie Stephens, John Priddle, Mrs. George Trick, Hilda Stephens, Mrs. J.B. Graham, Mrs. Ed. Priddle, Mrs. Farhing, Mrs. Will Priddle, Mrs. Archie Duncanson, Mrs. Wm. Clarke, Cora Clarke, Ivan Trick, Maurice Trick, George Priddle, Myrtle Rumley, George Hazzard, Ken Kekmp, Clod Stephens, Billy Clarke, Bob Duncanson, Gracie Sim, Ruby Clarke, Coral Priddle, Lena Duncanson, Laura Trick. Note: photo submitted by Maurice Trick.|
|16||Article: Spring Bay, 1909 -- Mr. Fretz, Miss Emma Cooper, F.C. Wagg, Mr. W. Gardner, Mr. A. Tracy, Martin Buck, Rueben Cranston.|
|17||Article: Sheguiandah, March 1909 -- John Ellis, John Hirdle Jr., Daniel Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bradley, Master Leland Trotter, Henry Hirdle, Henry Skippen, Miss Flo McCauley, James Dunlop. Hector McLean.|
Article: Manitowaning, March 1909 -- Mrs. Amer, Mrs. Wm. McCoy, Mr. W. Tucker, Mr. M.J. Cole,
Mr. W.A. Beatty, John Reynolds, Howard Smith, Mr. W.H. Beatty, Mrs. Wright McLaughlin, Mrs. Reynolds, Mr. Beattie,
Mr. Andrews, Mrs. S.J. Bradley.|
Article: Ice Lake, March 1909 -- Jas. McGill, Miss E. Wright, Archie Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wilson, Wm. Guy.
Article: Ice Lake continued -- Andrew Archibald, John McArthur,
Sandy Brown, George Croft, John Wilson, Miss L. McArthur, Miss Flora Turner.|
Article: Silver Water, 1909 -- Mr. G. Henning, Mr. J.J. Rumley, Mr. H. Noble, Mrs. H.A. Sims, Mrs. Wm. Priddle, Miss H. Smyth, Mrs. George Priddle, Mrs. John Edmonds, Mrs. W. Cook.
Article: Kagawong, 1909 -- Mr. McMinn, Henry Baker, Norman LaRush, Jim Gordon, Mr. M. Thorburn, Mr. Hilliard, Captain Graham, James McGaughey, Mr. L. Vanhorn, Mr. Fisher, Dan Richards, Mr. Cox, Sam Johnston, Thomas Johnston.
Article: Ice Lake, 1909 -- Will and Alex Birch, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hore, Alex Brown,
Article: Big Lake, 1909 -- Mr. Mitchell, Mr. A. Ashley, Mrs. C. Moody, Mr. Fred Moody.
Article: East Campbell, 1909 -- Will Garner, Mr. N.J. McColeman, Mr. Fretz, Rev. Mr. Marks, William Alexander, Mrs. Wm. Skippen.
Article: Pleasant Valley, 1909 -- Mr. A. Robertson, John Gibson, Miss Florence Brown,
Mrs. Craswellers, Sandy Harper, Miss Mary Douglas, Neil Douglas, Wm. Guy, Miss Jennie Harper, Sandy Jaffray,
Alex Archibald, Miss M. Thompson, Mrs. Fred Glanvill, Miss Mabel Weatherall.|
Article: Burpee, 1909 -- Wm. Noakes, John Bailey, Sam McKinley, Frank Williamson, Thomas Harper, Colin Campbell, Sandy Harper, Frank and John Williams, Wm. and Oaklow Bracken, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Noakes, Wm. Morden, Miss Maggie Morden, Charlie Morden, John Morden, Edward Ainslie, Angus Matheson, Miss Dora Keown, Mrs. James Ainslie, Mr. Patterson, John Bailey.
Article: Little Current, March 1909 -- Miss Jennie Porter, Miss McGilvery, Mr. Bradley,
Mr. A. Sutton, Mrs. B.H. Turner, Mrs. Irving, Mr. W.H. McGregor, Mr. Major, Mr. Bickell, Mr. Stephenson.|
Article: Sheguiandah, April 1909 -- Fred Shell, Mr. J. Ellis, Wm. Young, Will Tilson, Mr. Bradbury, Jas. McFarland.
Article: Fernlee, April 1909 -- Mr. A.L. Kemp, Mr. Laird, L. Duncanson, H. Smyth, Miss Lizzie McMillan, W.S. Cook, Robert Connell, Austin Connell, Mr. G.H. Cook, Mr. F. Guinn.
Article: Fernlee continued -- Mr. Ladiseur, Mr. Hazzard,
Article: West Carnarvon, April 1909 -- Rev. Mr. Anglin, Mr. Stotesbury, John Hopkins, Mrs. M.L. Buck, Miss Edith Hopkins, Mrs. Martin L. Buck.
Article: Grimesthorpe, March 1909 -- Wm. McCormick, J. Lougheed, Miss Ida Harper, Dan McMillan.
Article: Burpee, March 1909 -- Barney Addison, James McKinley, Lucas Bracken, Mr. Esley Eaton,
Mr. Cole, Captain Graham, Wm. Morden, Mr. Robinson, Arthur Williams, Frank Williams, Frank Guinn, Ed Ladiseur.|
Article: Silver Water, March 1909 -- James Hazzard, Mr. Vincer, Ed Priddle, John Edmonds, Mr. and Mrs. H. May, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Nevills, Wm. Clarke, Jas. Corey, Mr. J.B. Graham, Jas. Crawford, Mr. Gillis, Mr. Sims, Frank Guinn, Miss Maggie Edmonds, Miss Dickout.
Article: Pleasant Valley, March 1909 -- Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Wilson, Mrs. Hugh Brown,
Howard McClarty, Mrs. Wm. Hore, John McArthur, Fred Granvill, George Birch, Mr. W.P. Guy, Thos. Pope, Harold Granvill,
Ben and Fred Montgomery, Andrew Archibald, Mrs. S. Jaffray, Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson.|
Article: North Tehkummah, March 1909 -- Mrs. Thomas Martin, Mrs. McGowan, Miss Johnston.
Article: Barrie Island, March 1909 -- Mr. and Mrs. James Mervyn, Mr. Wickens, George Noble Sr., Wm. Vancise.
Article: Advance, March 1909 -- George Beck, Miss Maggie Elliott, Miss Matilda Thompson.
Article: Silver Bay, March 1909 -- Jas. Hutchinson.
Article: Silver Bay continued -- Mrs. H. Bassingthwaite, Harry Brown,
Andy Smith, Mr. R. Robinson, Mr. McKay, Mr. Stoddart, T.W. Thompson, Bert Davidson, J. Lehman, R. McKay,
Mrs. Thomas McCulligh, Mrs. T. Clarke, Paul Wasijige, Mr. F. Guinn.|
Article: Mindemoya, March 1909 -- Miss Mary Cushing, Andrew Smith, Mr. Widowfield, Wm. Smith, Romani Conley, Oliver Bond, Edward Rodgers, William Wilson, Mrs. Love, Miss Minnie Wilson, Mrs. D. McColeman, Mrs. Robert Cranston, Mrs. Andrew McDonald, Miss Ina Latham, William Vincer Sr.
|27||Photos: The Norgoma unloading freight at Cockburn Island, submitted by Harold McQuarrie and the Bonaventure Station 1916, Montreal.|
|28||Article and Photo: of the Hurlbut W. Smith.|
Article: In the House of Commons, April 1909.|
Poem: The Lowly Hen by Judd Mortimer Lewis.|
Lyrics: to the Song of the Motorist, by Minna Irvings.
Article: After sunken treasure.|
Advertisement: for Grand Manitoulin Hotel, Meldrum Bay.
Copy: of a handwritten account dated 1929.|
Article: Manitowaning, April 1909 -- Mr. and Miss Wilson, Mrs. McMartin, Miss Johnston, Gordon Johnston, Wilbert Taylor, Mr. Stotesbury, Mr. and Mrs. Lehman, Mr. Leitch, Mr. and Mrs. Guthrie, Mr. J.W. Tucker, Howard Smith.
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|Photo: of Pte. A.A. Cada at Camp Borden, May 1942.|
|2||Indexes, subscription and information on "Through the Years".|
|3||Note from the Editor: - 9th Anniversary of publications.|
|4||Poem: Ye Old Time Folks of East Manitoulin, submitted by Tessie Hill - John Anderson, Andy Hannah, John Cole, Donald Clark, R.A. Lyon, Dick English, The Gorleys, Haner Leask, Atkinsons, Stringers, McLean, J.P. Lewis, Skippens, Nelder, Rowe, Sims, Richards, Rev. Rowland Hill, Moores, Eadies, Slacki, Miller, Joe Stringer, Bob Stringer, Jim Stringer, May's and McKenzie's, Griffiths, Jules Vern. Written by Annie Delvin (Phillips).|
|5||Photo and article: about the bulk carrier Algorail.|
|6||Photo: Taken in Red Dear Albert, 1942 of soldiers Dan Sampson and Theodore Simon.|
|7-11||Canadian Military Statistics.|
|12||Copy: of the Ration book belonging to Earl McGibbon.|
Sample of ration stamps.|
Poem: A Song of Canada.
|14||Poem: A Song of Canada continued into page 15.|
|16||Poems: Song of the Souls that Failed and Legacy of a Soldier.|
Poem: The Fifth of November.|
Article: France versus Germany.
|18||Article: France versus Germany continued.|
|19||Article: The annual deer hunt.|
Article: The annual deer hunt continued.|
Photo: of Cockburn Island hunters displaying the deer they killed -- Fred Brooks, Joe Sharp, Carl Haight, Ellis McKay, Fergie Boston, Lawrence Pateman, Doug McKay, Borden Large, submitted by Flora (Pateman) MacLean.
|21||Photo: of two large bucks shot by Joe Millman in 1948, submitted by Edna Millman.|
|22||Photo: of George R. McRae and Bob Jaffary with two deer they killed.|
Photo: taken at the old Dry Camp during deer season. In this photo are; Judge Currie,
Evelyn McKenzie, Mrs. Bradford, Tillie Johnston, Mrs. Bill Smith Sr., Rev. Bradford, W.A. Smith, Jack McKenzie Jr.
and Bob Jaffray.|
Article: North Tehkummah, February 1909 - Mrs. Hunter, Miss Flora McKechnie, Jim Watson.
Article: Billings, February 1909 - Miss Alice McLaren, Mrs. John Greenfield, W.M. Boyd, Geo. Tustian Sr., Miss Justine Foster, Mat Baillie, Geo. Foster, W. McAnsh.
|24, 25||Article: The evils of cards and dancing.|
Article: Our Splendid Isolation.|
Article: Little Current, February 1909 - Miss D. Bull, Miss B. McCoy, Miss F. Hay, Miss V. Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. R. English, Ruby English.
Article: Tehkummah, February 1909 - Mrs. Thos. Leeson, Mr. A.J. Mastin, Rev. H. Lineker, Rev. Mr. Cunningham, Mrs. Jas. Mundie, Rex. M. Marks, Miss Flora McKechnie.
|27||Photos: Mary Ellen and Amy Maguire; and Unice Ferguson.|
Article: Kagawong, February 1909 - Mr. W. Hunt, Vern LaRush, Mr. and Mrs. Sproule,
Mr. M. Thorburn, Miss Jennie Graham, Mr. May, Mr. Gordon, Miss Jean McKechnie, Miss Stella Hillard, Miss Millie Weatheral,
Will Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd, Mr. Carter, Mr. J. Allen, James Gordon, Ed Bartlett, Mr. R. Griffith, John Allen,
Frank Storey, Will Strain, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Angus, John Collins, Sam Johnston, Arthur Eade, John Scott,
W. and J. Porter, Magistrate Price.|
Article: Gordon, May 1909 - Mrs. H. Wilson, Mrs. Best, Ward Foster, Edwin Beck, Sandy Burns, Burt Foster, Dan McLean, Mr. More, Mr. and Mrs. Duncan McColeman, Miss Birdie McColeman, William Strain.
Article: Serious Accident, June 1920 - Geo. Emery, Mr. and Mrs. Emery.|
Article: Gore Bay News, June 1920 - Mrs. Abrey, W.R. Tighe, Mrs. J.L. Wismer, Mrs. Jno. Douglas, J.B. Gibson, Earl Carr, Hon. Beniah Bowman, Mr. and Mrs. Ireland, Mr. M. McDowell, Bill Berry, Mr. Peck, Mrs. Monck, Frank Paisley, Miss Gladys Paisley, Miss Ella Paisley, Miss Hazel Ferguson, Mrs. MacDonald, Miss Lovica Ferguson, Tom Rumley.
|30||Article: To Make A Wife Happy, 1909.|
Article: To Make A Wife Happy continued.|
Article: Health, March 1909.
Copy: of Dominion Transportation Co. Steamer Schedules, 1909.|
Advertisement: for Soo Falls Brewing Co.
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Poem: A teacher's Christmas wish.|
Article: Hilly Grove School 1915, Section No. 1 -- Teacher, Leonard Smith; Trustees, John Hindle, William Haner, J.T. Rutledge, Wm. Jordan.
Poem: Christmas Thoughts.|
Article: Hilly Grove School 1915, Section No. 1 -- Pupils; Violet McDougall, Mary Hindle, Phillie Jordan, Roy Hall, Katie McDougall, Norman Haner, Willie Maguire, Earl Sim, Hilda B. Sim, Lola Sim, Salena Jordan, Alice Hindle, Oswald Maguire, Willie Hindle, Albert Hindle, Eli McDougall, Thomas E. Jordan, John McDougall, Clarence Sim, Ida Haner, Carl Hall, Roy Brainard, James Sim.
Photo: of Leonard Smith, teacher at Hilly Grove School in 1914, submitted by Owen Maguire.|
Article: Advance, February 1909 -- Mr. Emiry, M. McArthur, Wm. Gilroy, Alf. Battie, John Vance.
Article: Tehkummah, February 1909 -- Mrs. Thos. Smeltzer, Jas. Ritchie, Miss B. Vanzant, Miss Sparrow, Mrs. Robert Tilson, Mr. and Mrs. Will Griffith.
|6||Article: Early Manitoulin settlers -- Erma McAllister, Albert Wellington Lougheed, John A. Lougheed, Thomas Robert Lougheed, Margaret Armstrong, James Lougheed, Jack Lougheed, Bella Lougheed, Albert Lougheed, Erma Bryan.|
|7||Article: Early Manitoulin settlers continued -- David and Heather Lougheed, Sadie (McColeman) Simpson.|
Article: Early Manitoulin settlers continued.|
Photo: of Rev. A.W. Lougheed and Mrs. Catherine McColman.
|9||Article: Early Manitoulin settlers continued -- Sadie Isabel Lougheed Fraser, Harold McMillan, Erma (nee Langtree) Bryan, Catechist Steele, William Belton.|
|10||Photo: of the wedding of Catherine McColman and Albert Lougheed.|
|11||Article: Early Manitoulin settlers continued -- Dick Langtree, Jack and Johnny McMillan, Mrs. Bella McMillan, Peter Buie, Milton Brett, N.J. McColman, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Stevens, Fred McLeng, Katherine McColman, Albert Wellington Lougheed, Wm. Munro.|
Article: West Carnarvon, February 1909 -- Miss Janette Hodgins, Miss Pricilla Hodgins,
Fred Wagg, Miss Estelle Carnwall.|
Article: The Kinrade Inquest, March 1909 -- Florence Kinrade, Mr. Blackstock, Mr. Wright.
Photo: of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. McConnel.|
Photo: of two girls, Irene and Margrett ?
Photo: of Alex and Susie Wills.|
Photo: of a young boy in his Sunday best, and a little boy named George in his fancy dress.
Photo: of Susie Willis.|
Three photos: showing the fashions of the day.
|16||Four photos: of unknown individuals wearing fashions of the day.|
|17||Photos: of unknown individuals wearing fashions of the day, c.1900.|
Photos: of unknown individuals wearing fashions of the day, c. 1900.|
Article: Ice Lake -- Robert Palmer, Herb Wright, Mrs. M. McArthur, John McArthur, Fred Glanville, John Carr, Robert Nelson, A. Robertson, Miss Maggie Turner, Chas. Wright.
Article: Terrible explosion in Silver Water mill -- Frank Guinn, James Hazzard, B. Addison,
Mr. Cronk, James Crawford, Barney Addison, Dr. Johnston, Mr. Wright, Mr. Buchanan and Brake.|
Article: Carnarvon Council, February 1909 -- Mr.'s Palmer, Caddell, Duxbury, Wagg, George Becks, Wm. Graham Jr., Dan Kay, C.P. Ferguson, F. Wagg, Duncan Cameron, Wm. Vincer.
|20||Article: Sheguiandah, March 1909 -- Rev. E. Baker, Mr. Bickell, Miss Blanch Vincent, Mr. Frank Chisholm, Byron Abbott, John Ellis, Mr. Hastie, Mrs. J. Dunlop Sr.|
Article: Sheguiandah continued -- Mrs. Dunlop, Thos. Lewis, George Young, Wm. Young,
W.L. Trotter, Wm. Robbins, Mrs. O. Vincent, Rev. Geo. Prewar.|
Article: Ice Lake, February 1909 -- Mrs. Hore, Mr. Brown, Chas. Wright, Mr. A.W. McArthur, Mr. W. Birch.
Article: Poplar, February 1909 -- Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Baker, Capt. Purvis, Ned Nolan, Bert Watt, Thos. A. Robertson.
|22||Article: A pioneer writes of Cockburn Island, March 1909 -- Mr. Pateman.|
|23||Poem: To The Manitoulin, written by Alice J. Hill, submitted by Owen Maguire.|
|24||Poem: All those good things on a farm, by D. Casson.|
|25||Article: Gamey told of North Ontario, 1909 (from the Hamilton Spectator) -- John Hoodless, R.R. Gamey.|
Article: Gamey continued -- John Milne, Ald Jutten.|
Article: Barrie Island, February 1909 -- Bert Greenman, Chas. Wright, Mrs. Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis, Miss Mary Mervyn, Mrs. Belton, Mr. Will Phalen.
|27||Article: Manitowaning Stage Makes Final Run -- Mrs. Vera Hembruff, Roy Williamson, Albert Coventry, Howard Smith.|
Article: Silver Water, February 1909 -- Wm. Stoddart, Mr. J.B. Graham, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Addison.|
Article: Sandfield, March 1909 -- Mack Brown, Miss Mabel Somerville, Minard McCutcheon, Miss Nettie Macdonald, Alex Macdonald, Wm. Vincer.
Article: Robinson, March 1909 -- John Rumley, J.B. Graham, Lach Duncanson, W.T. Edmonds, Jacob Rumley, Miss Jennie McMillan, Miss Elma Edwards, Miss Jean Rumley, Mrs. Will Cook.
Article: Gordon, March 1909 -- James Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Burns, Mr. and Mrs. A. Pemberton,
Mr. and Mrs. John Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Nelles, Mrs. John Douglas, Mrs. Willard Hall,
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Beck, John Emslie, Mrs. James Proctor, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hall, Mrs. D. McColeman, J.L. Crawford,
Article: North Tehkummah, March 1909 -- Miss Mary Williamson, Jas. Williamson, Mr. Harve Haner, Mrs. Hugh Little, Joseph Newman, Mr. Linekar, Mrs. and Miss Pyette, Mrs. McGowan, Mrs. Thomas Martin.
Article: Little Current, March 1909 -- Mr. Percy Bradley, Mr. M. Haines, Dr. J.S. Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. J.N. Lewis, Arthur Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. G. Horningbrook, Mr. Norquary, Wm. Graham, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis, Miss S. Lewis.
|30, 31||Article and photo: of the freight steamer, Manitoulin.|
Photo: of "The Peggy M" at dockside at Cockburn, May 1937.|
Reward offered by B.H. Turner, Little Current, 1909.