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THE GENERAL ELECTIONS.

The Toronto Mail, an independent Conservative journal appears to think that the general elections are imminent. It says while discussing the idea of an early accession yet “on the other hand events point to the...

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Acadian National Convention.

A number of parties from Moncton, as well as from Memramcook, Shediac and other points in this district, intend to be present at this year’s Acadian National Convention, which will be held at Church Point, Digby, on...

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KENT NOMINATIONS

For the Vacancy in the Commons.

Legere, McInerney and Jardine In the Field

Interesting...

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THE PROVINCIAL CAMPAIGN.

NOTES GATHERED FROM THE CONTESTS IN VARIOUS COUNTIES.

Editor Stevens is just now humming to himself [illegible] Pinafore, “why are things thus all sixes and sevens?”

A well informed Kent...

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THE NORTHUMBERLAND CONTEST

NEWCASTLE, Jan 11 – [Special] – The contest is waxing hot. The inveterate John Morrisey is meeting with unprecedented success on his causes, downing the Tweedie combination everywhere. It is conceded he will carry his...

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THE OPPOSITION PROSPECTS.

The Times says, “it is simply untrue,” as stated in these columns yesterday, that the two opposition candidates had been besieging people to run as colleagues and that they decided days ago that under the circumstances...

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The Moniteur Acadien publishes a letter presenting an earnest plea to the Acadien electors to support the Blair administration; on numerous grounds of public policy, and also because of its policy of fair play to both the Catholic and Acadien...

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THE TRANSCRIPT has throughout declared its willingness to support any Acadien giving an independent support to the Blair Administration who was selected by representative Acadiens themselves as their choice. It never said and never insisted that “a...

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THE HOUSE DISSOLVED.

Date of the Provincial General Elections Fixed

Official Nominations on January 13 and Polling on 20th.

Notes...

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MELANSON OR GAUDET?

Shediac Claims that its Turn Has Come To Supply the Acadian Candidate for the Legislature. The “Moniteur Acadien” Strongly Favors Oliver Melanson.

An important movement has sprung up within the county through the...

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THE ACADIAN NATIONAL FETE

Speechmaking, Sports and Religious Services at Petit Rocher.

Petit Rocher, Aug. 17. – [Special] – Wednesday was the Acadian National Fete, and was celebrated with great pomp at Petit...

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A CORNER OF ACADIE

BY M. M. TAGGART.
(Continued.)

Another letter-to choose out of the collection where all arc interesting—is from the sister of the three D'Entremonts, who had returned to Pubnico.

Evidently they had sent out...

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A CORNER OF ACADIE.

BY M. M. TAGGART.
(From the Catholic World.)

The primitive red stage bounced and bowled down the hard road, its black leather curtains flapping in the wind. A cloud of dust arose behind it, in which the...

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A very rich find of important documents relating to the Loyalists were recently unearthed by Mr. Bain, librarian of, the Toronto Public Library. These papers had been hidden for years in a Scottish country house, which had been formerly occupied by...

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JUSTICE TO THE LOYALISTS.

The people of St. John are indebted to the Rev. John deSoyres, LL. D-, for some interesting information which he has communicated to an evening contemporary in regard to Dr. Moses Ciol-Tyler, “the distinguished American...

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THREE IMPORTANT SERVICES
Artillery Give Thanks for Mafeking's Relief
AT CENTENARY CHURCH.

Sermon on the Anniversary of the Landing of the Loyalists Preached in Trinity by Rev. W. O. Raymond—Carleton Methodist Sunday School...

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Loyalist Society.

A Tablet to be Erected to the Memory of J. W. Lawrence- A Salute on Loyalist Day.

The Loyalist Society met last evening in the rooms of St. George's Society, Masonic Hall. These officers for the ensuing year were...

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THE LOYALISTS,

DR, BOURINOT ON THE EMPIRE BUILDERS OF CANADA.

He Tells the Story of Their Sufferings and Triumphs—A Splendid Audience and a Pine Reception- Names That Have Gone Down to History,

The large school room of Trinity...

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LOYALIST REGIMENTS IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR.

The Canadian Almanac, an excellent publication which ought to have a wide circulation, contains an article written by Mr. E. A. Hart, of Montreal, which professes to give an account of the Loyalist...

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The City of St. John.
A BRIEF GLANCE AT ITS HISTORY AND PROGRESS.

The City of St. John, the commercial capital of New Brunswick, has a history which extends back to the days of Champlain. It was that great discoverer and explorer who first...

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THE EXPULSION OF THE ACADIANS.

The expulsion of the Acadians, which took place 140 years ago, has long been a subject of censure against the British government and the British people. It has been denounced by French and American historians as an...

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OLD COLONIAL FAMILIES.

Our neighbors in the United States, although they make such a boast of their democracy, pay far more attention to matters of genealogy than the people of Canada, and there is not one of their self-made men who is not well...

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THE LOYALISTS.

Today is generally accepted as the anniversary of the landing of the Loyalists, who first reached our shores 112 years ago. There is, however, some dispute as to the precise day, because a reference to the calendar discloses the...

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PARRTOWN 1784.
EDWARD JACK.

One of the most interesting studies to which the human mind can direct its attention is that of the course pursued by a people who are engaged in reestablishing the rules of order and the reconstruction of...

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NEW BRUNSWICK'S FOREIGN SCHOOL BOOKS.

We publish elsewhere from The Toronto Week, a portion of an article written by Fidelis describing a visit to St. John and St. Andrews. It will be seen by this article that our visitor mistook the round stone...

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