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  • Chinese mark New Year's Day with banquet
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Jan 1930, p. 1, column 2     Members entertain guests from other centres at Dominion Café hosted by owner Sam Lam...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Jan 1930, p. 1, column 2   Members entertain guests from other centres at Dominion Café hosted by owner Sam Lam...
  • Assignment of wagon factory is announced
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Jan 1930, p. 1, column 4     Operating since 1895, Wagon Works closes doors; American competition, plus increased use of motor cars and trucks, contributing factors; began as planing mill in 1891 (McIllwraith and Clynick Bros.)...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Jan 1930, p. 1, column 4   Operating since 1895, Wagon Works closes doors; American competition, plus increased use of motor cars and trucks, contributing factors; began as planing mill in 1891 (McIllwraith and Clynick Bros.)...
  • W.A.A.A. members welcome new year with club social
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Jan 1930, p. 1, column 5     Annual gathering hears reminiscences of organization's early days...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Jan 1930, p. 1, column 5   Annual gathering hears reminiscences of organization's early days...
  • Agent General for province revisits home
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Jan 1930, p. 1, column 6     Native son addresses Club's weekly luncheon; for details, see Jan. 3, p. 5, col. 3...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Jan 1930, p. 1, column 6   Native son addresses Club's weekly luncheon; for details, see Jan. 3, p. 5, col. 3...
  • Twenty-five years ago (Tues., Jan. 3, 1905)
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Jan 1930, p. 2, column 3     Scarff elected mayor of Woodstock; Boles elected mayor of Ingersoll; Eureka Planter by-law declared carried...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Jan 1930, p. 2, column 3   Scarff elected mayor of Woodstock; Boles elected mayor of Ingersoll; Eureka Planter by-law declared carried...
  • Out of municipal life (City and District)
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Jan 1930, p. 6, column 1     Blandford reeve nominee declines after 3 years on county council and one as county warden...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Jan 1930, p. 6, column 1   Blandford reeve nominee declines after 3 years on county council and one as county warden...
  • Y.M.C.A. classes gave exhibition
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Jan 1930, p. 6, column 2     Berger and Milnes demonstrate gymnastic skill; "open house" largely attended...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Jan 1930, p. 6, column 2   Berger and Milnes demonstrate gymnastic skill; "open house" largely attended...
  • New Year greeted at Capitol theatre
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Jan 1930, p. 6, column 6     Over 1200 attend midnight show, featuring black-faced comedians Moran and Mack in the movie, Why bring that up?...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Jan 1930, p. 6, column 6   Over 1200 attend midnight show, featuring black-faced comedians Moran and Mack in the movie, Why bring that up?...
  • New beauty for the new Ford
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Jan 1930, p. 9, column 1     ...Full page ad for new 1930 Ford Coupe...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Jan 1930, p. 9, column 1   ...Full page ad for new 1930 Ford Coupe...
  • New Year's eve dance brilliant affair
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Jan 1930, p. 12, column 7     400 guests attend dance at Armory hosted by IODE...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Jan 1930, p. 12, column 7   400 guests attend dance at Armory hosted by IODE...
  • Woodstock Wagon made first boys' express wagon
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 3 Jan 1930, p. 1, column 2     Model of 20 years ago, the 1st manufactured in Canada, still remains in closed plant...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 3 Jan 1930, p. 1, column 2   Model of 20 years ago, the 1st manufactured in Canada, still remains in closed plant...
  • New minister to take charge of congregation
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 3 Jan 1930, p. 1, column 4     Rev. Scratch goes to Halifax; Rev. Ward, Toronto boy, comes here from U.S. Midwest where he studied...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 3 Jan 1930, p. 1, column 4   Rev. Scratch goes to Halifax; Rev. Ward, Toronto boy, comes here from U.S. Midwest where he studied...
  • Twenty-five years ago (Wed., Jan. 4, 1905)
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 3 Jan 1930, p. 2, column 3     Mabee of Stratford joins reorganized Woodstock law firm; Hutchinson elected pres. of Association; Harvey wins prizes at Toronto Canary and Cage Bird Show...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 3 Jan 1930, p. 2, column 3   Mabee of Stratford joins reorganized Woodstock law firm; Hutchinson elected pres. of Association; Harvey wins prizes at Toronto Canary and Cage Bird Show...
  • A church jubilee (Editorial)
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 3 Jan 1930, p. 2, column 1     This month marks 50th anniversary of opening of church in 1880; recalls SR weekly account of Jan. 14 that year that gives a picture of current events...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 3 Jan 1930, p. 2, column 1   This month marks 50th anniversary of opening of church in 1880; recalls SR weekly account of Jan. 14 that year that gives a picture of current events...
  • First Woodstock rector was aide to Iron Duke; attended Brussels ball
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 3 Jan 1930, p. 3, column 3     Document instituting Bettridge here is signed by Archdeacon Strachan and bears Bishop of Quebec's seal...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 3 Jan 1930, p. 3, column 3   Document instituting Bettridge here is signed by Archdeacon Strachan and bears Bishop of Quebec's seal...
  • History of bowling in Woodstock
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 3 Jan 1930, p. 8, column 4     Based on comments by "Bert" Wilson, dean of active bowling in Woodstock...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 3 Jan 1930, p. 8, column 4   Based on comments by "Bert" Wilson, dean of active bowling in Woodstock...
  • Hundred boys revisit Lodge, banquet held
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 4 Jan 1930, p. 1, column 1     Army immigration officials present at reunion gathering of British farm youths; annual event; type of boys praised...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 4 Jan 1930, p. 1, column 1   Army immigration officials present at reunion gathering of British farm youths; annual event; type of boys praised...
  • Public schools accommodation not sufficient
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 4 Jan 1930, p. 1, column 2     Members agree with view of retiring chairman; doubt wisdom of building this year...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 4 Jan 1930, p. 1, column 2   Members agree with view of retiring chairman; doubt wisdom of building this year...
  • Dr. Bennett's estate nearly half million
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 4 Jan 1930, p. 1, column 6     Late Tillsonburg physician's will disposes of $422,788, mainly in securities; died May 27, 1929, aged 57...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 4 Jan 1930, p. 1, column 6   Late Tillsonburg physician's will disposes of $422,788, mainly in securities; died May 27, 1929, aged 57...
  • Last year's officers again head W.A.A.A.
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 4 Jan 1930, p. 1, column 2     Annual meeting; "one of the most successful years since the organization gave up active sports"; W.J. Taylor re-elected president...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 4 Jan 1930, p. 1, column 2   Annual meeting; "one of the most successful years since the organization gave up active sports"; W.J. Taylor re-elected president...
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