Report of proceedings, list of members, societies represented [electronic resource]: with a resumé of Report of Commissioners appointed by the Dominion Government 1874, and other evidence in favor of prohibition / Montreal: [s.n.], 1875, by Dominion Prohibitory Liquor Law Convention 1875: Montreal page images at HathiTrust; US access only. May 18, 2014 · By-laws supporting these two options were voted on at the municipal election of December 7th. Both were voted down so the directors announced that the HSR would cease operations at midnight, December 10th. The city called in the manager of the HSR to propose a temporary agreement to keep the streetcars running. Auction Sale of Valuable Singapore Properties. To be held at our sales-room No 104. MarkPt M Singapore. On Tuesday. 6th May. 1875. at 2 30 p m 1 No 6 Valley Road in 1 Upptt >r 1.293 7 metres, freehold BoUetton MurlaK&171;-s Salt--2 No 24 Tamarind 1 area 4.232 square. The first question raised in this appeal is, whether the Legislature of the Province of Quebec had power, in the year 1875, to modify or repeal the enactments of a statute passed by the Parliament of the Province of Canada in the year 1858 22 Vict., cap. 66, intituled "An act to incorporate the Board for the management of the Temporalities.
ary 26, 1914, Michel Oreste left the country and went into exile. ORESTE ZAMOR-February 1914 to October 1914-A revolutionary Government retrograde and ephemeral. DAVILMAR THEODORE- 1914-1915-Ephemeral Government Cacos e ected on November 7 1914 Presi-dent Davilmar Theodore was overthrown in January 1915. On the 10th of September 1896 about half-past two o'clock in the afternoon workmen in the employ of the Respondent Company or their contractors broke up the surface of St. Antoine Street in the City of Montreal and began to excavate the soil for the purpose of laying underground wires along the street. Journal: 6 May 1862–10 January 1902 - Volume 9. 17 The first ‘preliminary’ meeting of the Society was on 3 Jan. 1850, while final minutes recorded were for a meeting of 30 June 1851. Other founding members of the Society included Francis Baring chair., Thomas Milner Gibson, MJ. Bundle 2: - "For the Warden" from the clerk, County of Oxford, enclosing copy of petition to Governor General in Council praying that a law may be passed prohibiting the incorporation, manufacture and sale of intoxicating liquors 1888 - Daily Evening Review, Peterborough, Jan. 26, 1889, with article entitled "The County Council - The Closing. TORONTO: WILLIAM BRIGGS, 80 KING STREET EAST; JAMES CAMPBELL & SON, AND WILLING & WILLIAMSON. MONTREAL: DAWSON BROTHERS. 1880. Entered, according to the Act of the Parliament of Canada, in the year One thousand eight hundred and eighty, by the Rev. Egerton Ryerson, D.D., LL.D, in the Office of the Minister of Agriculture.
Prince Edward Island PEI is a province of Canada and one of the three Maritime provinces.It is the smallest province of Canada in both land area and population, but the most densely populated. Part of the traditional lands of the Mi'kmaq, it became a British colony in the 1700s and was federated into Canada as a province in 1873.Its capital is Charlottetown. Page 44.—Agents-General and High Commissioners for New Zealand: Isaac Earl Featherston, Esq., appointed Agent-General under the Immigration and Public Works Act, 1870, by Warrant dated 5th April, 1871. Appointment to date from 25th March, 1871. These five Acts passed by Parliament in 1774 closed Boston Harbor, pohibited town meetings, and revoked the Massachusetts charter, making the Colony completely government by England. They also included a stronger Quartering Act. 30% off Set of 4 boxed wine stems Sale 4.16-18.86 was 5.99-26.99 compare at $10-$38 19.99 Solid bright quilts compare at $80-$90 Sale vald on select items. Entire stocks not.
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The several mat t TS mentioned are dealt with in the following letters from the clerk:— Nos. 1316 of 22nd July, 1932; 1 130 of 8th August. 1932; 1875 cf 17th October. 1932; 2315 of 2 4th December. 1982; 2110 of 26th November, 185^ The motion vnHi carried. unani In respect to an amendment moved by Mr. MacPherson and pass cd by the Board at. The United Nations subsequently approved the use of force to evict the Iraqi forces. Canada joined the American-led coalition that defeated the Iraqi forces between January 17 and February 28, 1991. Canada provided three warships and 26 aircraft, together with other smaller units of the armed forces. Feb 04, 2019 · Today in Naval History - Naval / Maritime Events in History 3 February 1762 - HMS Raisonable 64 lost of Martinique. Raisonnable was a 64-gun ship of the line of the French Navy, launched in 1755 at Rochefort. On 29 May 1758, she was captured in the Bay of Biscay by HMS Dorsetshire and HMS Achilles at the Action of 29 April 1758, and commissioned in the Royal Navy as.
John Askin and grandson George Hamilton. John Askin was the son of James Askin & Alice Rae born in Northern Ireland. John came to New York in 1758, becoming a sutler of the British Army stationed at Albany. About 1765 he moved to Michilimackinac and established a store, providing goods to the community & the British Army stationed there. Government House, Sydney, 28th January, 1875. Ordered, on motion of Mr. Lloyd, to be printed, and referred to the Committee of Supply. 9. PAPER:—Mr.,Speaker laid upon the Table, copies of Minutes of the Governor and Executive Council, authorizing the application of Balances from one Head of Service to supplement Votes for another. Since Sunday last 5000 immigrants have passed through Montreal, on route for the north-west. PROSPEROUS SETTLERS. CONDON, APRIL I. Tlio British colonists in charge of tho Rov J. N. Barr, who left England last month to settlo in tho Saskatchewan district oi tho North-west Territories of Canada, have arrived in tha Dominion. ADAMS, EDGAR H., United States Store Cards, A List of Merchants’ Advertising Checks, Restaurant Checks, and Kindred Pieces Issued from 1789 up to Recent Years, Including Many of the Tokens Which Passed as Money and Known as Hard Times Tokens. Sanford J. Durst, Numismatic Publications, New York, New York, 1981, a reprint of the original 1920. The House resumed consideration from April 26 of the motion that Bill C-22, an act respecting certain agreements concerning the redevelopment and operation of terminals 1 and 2 at Lester B. Pearson International Airport, be read the second time and referred to a committee; and of the amendment; and of the amendment to the amendment.
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