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Says the Toronto Mail:

The Montreal Gazette coincides with our view as to desirable changes in the mode of taking the census. It favors the “photographic” plan by which all details have reference to a particular night, and all persons are...

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NEW YORK, APRIL 2. – The Post’s Cohoes special says the striking spinners are still obdurate : 2,000 booms are in operation. The second instalment of French–Canadians arrived last night. The Harmony mills deny being instrumental in this degradation ....

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LOVE AND FINANCE

CONVERSATIONS IN A FRENCH SALON – THE COST OF A WIFE

Paris, March 24th, 1880. – In France marriages are made not in heaven, but in the notary’s parlor. A man with a position worth so much can marry a woman with a dowry of...

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The Daily Times

MONCTON, MONDAY, APRIL 19, 1880.

Willis brought up the payment of $100 to Girouard for presenting an address to the Marquis and Princess at Moncton. Landry offered the following explanation; Girouard asked him if the...

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The thirteenth annual session of the Masonic Grand Lodge of N.B. was held at St. John Tuesday. The following are extracts from the address of the Grand Master, Robert Marshall, Esq., M.P.P. : -

Agreeably to the authority granted by Grand Lodge...

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The Edinburgh Scotsman gives its readers some facts relative to the Province of New Brunswick, which show a well intended, but not altogether successful effort to get at the truth. While one cannot, in reading the short article – it would make about...

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The Prospects of our Nearest Neighbour.

A few facts from the past and Suggestions from the present.

It does not seem long since the boys used to cross in the old horse ferry and go swimming at “The Rocks,” but there has been a great...

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Sir John William Dawson, LL. D, F.R. S., F.G.S, C.M.G, K.B., was born at Pictou , Nova Scotia, in October, 1820. He studied at the University of Edinburgh, and returned home devoted himself to the natural history and geology of Nova Scotia and New...

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A WALK IN THE OLD BURIAL GROUND.
Some Stories of those who Sleep in the Hallowed Spot.
If one could read the story of the lives of those who sleep in the forgotten graves in the old Burial Ground, what a stirring record it would be; for...

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A parent of one of the pupils attending the Collegiate School in this city has handed us a copy of curriculum of the 1st class, which we publish to give the taxpayers and the public generally an idea of the principles upon which that school is...

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Priceless Collection of Journalistic Relics.

What Mr. Thomas, of Stanley, has Collected in his Leisure Moments.

Mr. John Thomas, of Stanley, is well known as a gentleman of intelligence with a task for all things of historical interest...

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Commander Cheyne’s Trip from St. Francis to Fredericton.
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The Beautiful Scenery which Enchanted him – a little-known Cataract.

Commander Cheyne arrived in Fredericton on Saturday by canoe...

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The Governor General’s Visit to Fredericton.
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The Civic Address – What the Party Saw at Marysville

His excellency the Marquis of Lansdowne, the Marchioness of Lansdowne and suite left St. John shortly...

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The Chignecto Post is out strongly in advocacy of Mr. Landry’s “claims” to the next vacancy in the Supreme Court bench. It says Mr. Landry is honest, and that is certainly a good trait of character for a Judge to possess. It says he is apt and studious...

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Claimed for Nova Scotian Heir.

About the time of the American Revolution, says the Halifax Chronicle, Mr. Peter Tuits emigrated from England to the state of Massachusetts and settled on the site of the present city of Malden, where he acquired...

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THROUGH CARDIGAN, TAY CREEK, AND STANLEY, AND DOWN THE NASHWAAK.

In my last trip through this country I took a notion to go through the Parishes of Douglas, Stanley, and St. Mary’s, visiting some of the thriving Settlements they contain with...

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The death of Mr. John Pickard, M.P, which occurred on Monday morning at half past seven, though not unexpected, has cast a gloom over the whole community. His health had been rapidly failing him for some time past. In-fact, since his return from Ottawa...

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McAlpine’s agents are in this county and in Carleton getting up a directory.

The pipe and drum band furnished the music at the rink on Saturday morning.

A soldier named Nason, died at the Baracks last night, of measles, it is said....

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(Special to the Gleaner)

Toronto, May 22nd, - The Grand Opera House was crowded last evening on the occasion of Sir Richard Cartwright’s address, on the political situation, and his review of the work of the last session. Sir Richard had said...

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A Summer Tramp Among the Farmers
Notes picked up by the Way, about Places and People.

To ride shank’s mare along the pleasant country roads of the Metropolitan County is, to a man with strong boots and constitution plenty of time and a...

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Keswick Ridge, N.B., July, 1883.

On Thursday, July 5th, left home to attend an annual meeting of the Congregational Union of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, to be held in the “Church of the Puritans,” at Milton, N.S., and proceed by rail from...

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General Sir Frederick Williams, better known to our readers as the Hero of Kars, died in England last week, in the eighty third year of his age. He was born at Annapolis, NS.

We have received the following from inspector Dole: - The New...

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The nights now smell of autumn.

Some new advertisements held over till next week.

The Crown Land sales came off yesterday and to-day.

The large horse of the corporation team died last week.

The Victoria Hall, at Sussex,...

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[Toronto Globe]

Sir Hector L. Langevin hopes that he will succeed Sir John Macdonald in the leadership of the Tory party, and he is working skillfully and with some success to strengthen his own following so much that, although the party may...

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Messrs. A.E. Killam, W.W. Wells and Dr. Gaudet were nominated on Saturday for the vacant seat in Westmorland. Each of the candidates addressed the electors. Mr. Killam, as is characteristic of him, clearly defined his potion in a speech that did credit...

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