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The following is a Fredericton despatch of yesterday in reference to the death of the Hon. J.S. Covert, M.P.P., for Sunbury, briefly noticed in a part of yesterday’s edition:

The House is in mourning this morning, and all hearts are sad. John....

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Joe Beauleau, alias Alfred Poliet, who left Moncton for Rimouski rather unceremoniously a few months ago, a silver watch and chain, etc., the property of a young man named Dominick LeBlanc, had a true bill found against him by the Grand Jury. He was...

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They Came from Kent County and were interrupted in their Carnival of Ill-Deeds at Moncton. – A suspected Elopement spoiled.

On Saturday, towards evening, a French woman, apparently in great distress, visited Stipendiary Magistrate Wortman; but...

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THE DAILY TIMES.

MONCTON, SATURDAY, MARCH. 26, 1881.

Denis Perreault, who showered bullets at the St. Patrick’s Society procession in Montreal, was not an Orangeman or a Young Briton, but a young French Canadian scamp, who wanted to...

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Mr. Editor, - A correspondent of the Moniteur Acadian of last week sighted B.L.L. most pitifully laments over an imaginary grievance: or he is pleased to term it injustice to the Parish of Shediac in the appointment of one of the census enumerators for...

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To the Editor of the Times:

SIR, - a sense of duty constrains me to appear for the first time in the columns of your paper. In your issue of the 7th a correspondent who signs himself B.L.L. assails in an indecent and fallacious manner one of...

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THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE CONVENTION of Acadian delegates appointed to look after the general interests of their fellow countrymen has been chosen and includes: HON. P.A. Landry, President; Hon. Joseph O Arseanault, Vice-President; G.A. Girouard,...

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There will take place to-day at Shediac a meeting of the Executive Committee of the Convention Acadienne, which is to meet at Memramcook in the month of July next. It is intended that the people of French descent living in Prince Edward Island, Cape...

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MEETING OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE – THE DATE FIXED FOR CALLING THE CONVENTION A PROGRAMME DECIDED UPON – INVITED GUESTS, &c.

SHEDIAC, May 11. – The Executive committee of the coming Convention of the French – Acadians of the Maritime...

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To-day, May 18th, is the anniversary of the landing of the American Loyalist refugees at St. John.

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The French electors of the Parishes of Moncton, Dorchester, and Shediac will meet respectively at or near Fox Creek, at or near McGinley’s Corner, at or near, the Railway Station, on Tuesday, the 11th, inst., for the purpose of electing their assessors...

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Charles Lamothe, a French Canadian, Arrested in this town as a Serious Charge.

Quite a sensation was created yesterday by the arrest of Chas. Lamothe, a French Canadian, on a charge of bigamy preferred by his wife here. Lamothe is a shoemaker...

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FREDERICTON, Feb. 25th

Mr. Johnson gave notice of a resolution: that the interests of the French population of the House, have been injured by the appointment of English Commissioners to take the census among the French population.

The...

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BY TELEGRAPH.

SPECIAL DESPATCHES.

TO THE

DAILY TIMES.

The French Demonstration at Quebec.

Quebec, June 24th.

Tens...

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THE DAILY TIMES.

MONCTON, MONDAY, JUNE 28TH, 1880.

The National Banquet at Quebec on Thursday evening, in connection with the St. Jean De Baptiste celebration, was noted for the eloquence of the Speeches in reply to the toasts of the...

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Treated as Guests, rather than Delegates.

HON. P.A. LANDRY IN A HAPPY MOOD.

CAMPBELTON, JUNE 28TH.

As the train with the French...

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The Quebec Chronicle gives the annexed report of the reply made by the Chief Commissioner of Public Works for this Province to the toast “Our Brothers, the Acadiens,” at the Banquet at Quebec last week, and for which, on the motion of the President, a...

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(Halifax Herald).

One of the foremost men of Canadian Methodism is Rev. D. D. Currie, who has recently retired from the editorship of the Wesleyan to take the pastorate of the Centenary Church in St. John, N.B.. Mr. Currie was born fifty years...

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The Telegraph of Tuesday published an article taken from the New York World, but dated “St. John, N.B.,” in which a wonderfully inaccurate description of Tracadie, the lazaretto, etc., was given. Almost every statement made in that description is...

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Banquetted by English M.P’s – Sir John Makes a Brilliant Speech.

Cable Despatch to Halifax Herald

London, July 31

The members of the...

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[From the Telegraph]

The geographical position of Westmorland has secured for it large railway and other expenditures, which the people have managed to turn to good account, while Albert, with far less wealth, has not yet been wanting in...

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Toronto, Ont., July 14th.

Rev. CP. Mulvany, lately of Sackville, who recently published a volume of poems in this city, has received congratulatory address from Hon. Mr. Gladstone and Herbert Spencer.

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There are several newspapers in Canada that during the past few months have given evidence of great crossness and irritability. Chief among the number are the Grit anti-confederate organs at Halifax, St. John and Charlottetown, and woe be unto him that...

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Waiting for their wages. – Deluded Canadians.
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The striking workmen on the Rockway Beach Hotel refuse to accept the receiver’s bonds, bearing no date of redemption, which the company offered them in payment...

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(Windsor Mall)

Stories of the fabulous wealth concealed by the piratical Kidd or the exiled Acadians, along the shore of the Maritime Provinces, have found believers with faith strong enough to invest their time and money in attempts to recover...

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