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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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A meeting of the French electors of the Parish was held at the mouth of the Painsec road, on Saturday evening, to consider the propriety of bringing forward a candidate for the office of Councillor. The result was the selection of Mr. Dennis A....

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There seems to be something attractive about centennial anniversaries. Few people have the privilege of celebrating their centennial birthdays, but cities are more favored in this respect, being blessed with a longevity to which the individual may not...

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Quebec City has long been notorious for its labor troubles, which of late have culminated in riots. Last year, these riots assumed a very serious aspect, and the presence of a large force of the military was necessary to restore quiet. It would...

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Those Montrealers, for the want of better and more sensible employment, are expending all their powers of argument in favor of Commercial Union – between the United States and Canada, still manage to get their names in the papers occasionally. An open...

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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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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 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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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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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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[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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The persons named in Justices have been dead for months, it is said. Michael O’Mahony, or Portland, and James Burke, of St. Martins, have been appointed Alms House Commissioners, but as there is only one vacancy on the Commission there is likely to be...

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We hope that the feeling of disappointment in respect to the Centennial which the Globe says is prevalent in St. John will not be realized. We think with the Globe that more should have been done to make public display illustrative as far as was...

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The current of action in this world at this day rushes on such rapid course that even recent and most noteworthy events are soon forgotten. It is not a week since St. John celebrated its centenary, and now the illuminations having all gone out, the...

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Qu’est-ce que le Moniteur dit donc de la campagne faite par son ami M. O.M. Melanson?

Nous l’avons accusé d’être passé avec le vote anglais et l’appui des P. P. A. Le Moniteur, comme d’ordinaire, se récuse, se fâche et nous dit que c’est nous...

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ACADIAN CONTROVERSY.

Mr. Landry Repudiates Mr. Pier’s Contentions and Ably Defends his
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(Free Press, Jan. 13, 1899.)
Editor FREE PRESS.

SIR,—It is rather amusing that Mr. Piers, in an article nearly two...

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ACADIAN CONTROVERSY.

Harry Piers the Well Known Historian Ably Defends Himself.
(Free Press Dec. 23, 1898 )

Editor Free Press.

SIR,—I beg to thank Mr. V. A. Landry for his reply-to my letter. In accordance with my request he...

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Mr. Landry’s Reply to Mr. Piers
[Free Press, Dec. 16, 1898.]

In reply to Mr. Piers’ letter, which appeared in last issue of the Free Press, asking us to cite the passages to which we took exception in his article on “D’Anville’s Expedition...

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Tout peuple a ses grands jours. L’Acadie a eu les siens, jours de douleurs et de déchirements racontés par les poètes divins, jours de joie comme au retour de l’exil, jours d’espérance comme à la fondation de ses institutions, jours de gloire comme...

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UNE VOIX AMIE

Nous ne saurions passer sous silence les conseils qu’une voix de France vient d’adresser au peuple canadien-français. Il en avait le droit, il en a usé. Il en avait l’occasion, il en a profité.

Reste à nous de nous bien...

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MEMRAMCOOK

On lit dans le Courrier du Soir, de Paris :

La main sur la conscience, lecteurs, ce nom de Memramcook ne sonne-t-il pas à tes oreilles comme un mot de barbare? Combien de Français, même parmi les patriotes, auxquels il ne dit...

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Canadiens et Acadiens.—La langue française en Acadie.

Les deux groupes français qui se sont maintenus dans l’Amérique du Nord n’ont pas jusqu'à présent attiré au même degré l’attention de leur ancienne mère patrie. On peut dire que les Canadiens...

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MAIS VOYONS DONC!

M. Pascal Poirier nous « prend en grippe; » ce qui nous étonne autant que cela nous chagrine. Si nous ne savions que la colère est mauvaise conseillère, nous entrerions à notre tour en campagne et nous irions rejoindre M....

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A LIBEL ON DIGBY COUNTRY.

(From the Free Press.)

American journals and their correspondents, in search of sensational narratives and descriptions, carry their newspaper enterprise to altogether too great an extent. These writers are...

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