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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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MR. RICHARD’S DEFEAT

PRONOUNCED BY A CONSERVATIVE JOURNAL TO BE A MISTAKE.

The Fredericton Farmer, which is so Tory it seldom refers to THE TRANSCRIPT without a sneer says: - “No doubt our Acadian friends in Westmorland are deeply...

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THE HON. P.A. LANDRY

SHOULD HE HAVE STOOD BY THE ACADIAN PEOPLE LONGER.

EDITOR TRANSCRIPT: - He’s a funny writer “Liberal Conservateur” of the “Moniteur Acadien.” He tells the public that he joins his feeble voice to the powerful pleas...

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CELEBRATION AT BOUCTOUCHE.

SPEECHES BY THE CANDIDATE, PREMIER BLAIR, J.A. MCQUEEN AND OTHERS.

BOUCTOUCHE, Sept.16. – [Special.] – the country about here is wild with enthusiasm. Last night an immense crowd surrounded the Bay View Hotel...

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Melanson’s Inconsistency

Does he Own Westmorland?

The Man Who Believes he Controls Westmorland.

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WESTMORLAND LIBERAL CONVENTION.

A convention will be held at Robb’s Hall, Dorchester, at 1:30 p.m, on Tuesday, February 17, to nominate a candidate to contest the County of Westmorland, for the House of Commons, in the interest of Liberal and...

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ACADIANS IN KENT.

WHAT IS SAID IN DEFENCE OF DR. LEGERE’S COMPATRIOTS.

EDITOR TRANSCRIPT, Mr. “More Anon” in your issue of the 14th inst. finds fault with J. C. Chapais’ lecturing on “dairy topics” in the...

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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.

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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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JUDGE LANDRY here delivered an address in French. He paid a glowing tribute to the grand Christian spirit of the late Father Lefebvre. He urged all to do what they possibly could towards the completion of this grand work and the liquidation of the debt...

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ALBERT COUNTY NOTES.

Mrs. Dr. W. J. Lewis and daughter returned lo Hillsboro from Ottawa on Saturday.

The American schooner Thomas Clyde is undergoing repairs at the Cape breakwater.

Alonzo and Addington Brewster of Harvey have...

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CANADIAN NEWSPAPERS IN FRENCH.

A new journalistic enterprise published in the town of Digby is L’Evangeline, a weekly French newspaper, appealing especially to an Acadian constituency. Its editor is Mr. V. A. Landry, well-known to many of our...

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TEACHERS’ INSTITUTE.

The Annual Meeting held at Buctouche [Bouctouche] Last Week.

Interesting Papers Read and Pertinent Discussion.

Demand for Six Weeks’ Vacation Unanimously Agreed Upon.

BUCTOUCHE, Oct. 12. – [...

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