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  • Took three hours to make air trip here from Toronto
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 13 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 1     Gale winds slowed the trip from Toronto to Detroit by a Moth airplane owned by Miss Samarow, necessitating a fuel stop at William's airfield at Sweaburg...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 13 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 1   Gale winds slowed the trip from Toronto to Detroit by a Moth airplane owned by Miss Samarow, necessitating a fuel stop at William's airfield at Sweaburg...
  • William Mann is president Progressives
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 13 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 2     Innerkip men elected to president and secretary for the North Oxford Progressive Association...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 13 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 2   Innerkip men elected to president and secretary for the North Oxford Progressive Association...
  • Woodstock team retains shield won last year
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 11 Apr 1931, p. 3, column 3     Local telephone company personnel again win the first aid competition award...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 11 Apr 1931, p. 3, column 3   Local telephone company personnel again win the first aid competition award...
  • Hamilton men win most titles on final night
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 11 Apr 1931, p. 6, column 6     Woodstock man defeated in championships held in Hamilton; Hamilton men are champs...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 11 Apr 1931, p. 6, column 6   Woodstock man defeated in championships held in Hamilton; Hamilton men are champs...
  • Bullet breaks window of car at Beachville
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 11 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 5     Hamilton man slightly injured when bullet is fired at his car as he drove a half mile east of Beachville; two men on foot passed the car; shot heard but no gun seen; police are investigating...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 11 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 5   Hamilton man slightly injured when bullet is fired at his car as he drove a half mile east of Beachville; two men on foot passed the car; shot heard but ...
  • Twenty-five years ago - April 11, 1906
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 11 Apr 1931, p. 2, column 2     Methodist church plans to build a new brick parsonage...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 11 Apr 1931, p. 2, column 2   Methodist church plans to build a new brick parsonage...
  • Must cut production cost of every farm product to compete in world markets
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 11 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 1     Minister of Agriculture speaks at Embro about reducing production costs to better compete on the world market; favors Russian trade embargo; related stories page 1 column 2...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 11 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 1   Minister of Agriculture speaks at Embro about reducing production costs to better compete on the world market; favors Russian trade embargo; related stories page 1 column 2...
  • Sees mandate to reconsider school grant
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 11 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 4     Ratepayers have shown decisively how they stand; straw vote resulted in 1,457 against, 116 for and 10 spoiled with regard to the proposed extension to Woodstock Collegiate Institute...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 11 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 4   Ratepayers have shown decisively how they stand; straw vote resulted in 1,457 against, 116 for and 10 spoiled with regard to the proposed extension to Woodstock Collegiate Institute...
  • Spring horse fair is held at Drumbo
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 13, column 4     Ninth annual horse fair held at Drumbo; Mr. Douglas of Caledonia was judge for several classes of horses...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 13, column 4   Ninth annual horse fair held at Drumbo; Mr. Douglas of Caledonia was judge for several classes of horses...
  • City to purchase power maintainer
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 13, column 5     Woodstock city council decide to spend $3,600 on a new Champion power maintainer for the unpaved roads...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 13, column 5   Woodstock city council decide to spend $3,600 on a new Champion power maintainer for the unpaved roads...
  • Twenty-five years ago -  April 7, 1906
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 2, column 2     Board of Trade passed a resolution urging the Ontario government to develop and distribute Niagara power...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 2, column 2   Board of Trade passed a resolution urging the Ontario government to develop and distribute Niagara power...
  • Drury "At Home"  held at Armory
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 10, column 2     500 attend the tenth annual dance put on by the Drury Club; guests from all over Oxford County...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 10, column 2   500 attend the tenth annual dance put on by the Drury Club; guests from all over Oxford County...
  • Can't make garage of market building
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 5     The police motorcycle has been parked in the entrance of the market building; new place needed to park that is more suitable...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 5   The police motorcycle has been parked in the entrance of the market building; new place needed to park that is more suitable...
  • Dental service to be provided city children
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 6     Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Ruttan, the public health nurse and Board chairman, Mr. McKinney will arrange for city children to have dental care...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 6   Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Ruttan, the public health nurse and Board chairman, Mr. McKinney will arrange for city children to have dental care...
  • Masonic Lodge Legion night unique event
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 3     Provincial president of Canadian Legion speaks at banquet...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 3   Provincial president of Canadian Legion speaks at banquet...
  • Driver sleepy, dozed at wheel before crash
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 5     Hancock testifies that he had only one hour's rest in 36, contributed to fatal truck crash in Toronto that killed John Greenwood of Woodstock...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 8 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 5   Hancock testifies that he had only one hour's rest in 36, contributed to fatal truck crash in Toronto that killed John Greenwood of Woodstock...
  • Woodstock man wins $200 for candy name
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 9 Apr 1931, p. 16, column 2     Payne, division court bailiff of 832 James Street won the contest held by Moir's Limited, Halifax by suggesting the name Nova Milk...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 9 Apr 1931, p. 16, column 2   Payne, division court bailiff of 832 James Street won the contest held by Moir's Limited, Halifax by suggesting the name Nova Milk...
  • City buys property at land tax sale
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 9 Apr 1931, p. 17, column 6     The city of Woodstock acquired 6 of the 7 properties for sale for back taxes amounting to $544.93...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 9 Apr 1931, p. 17, column 6   The city of Woodstock acquired 6 of the 7 properties for sale for back taxes amounting to $544.93...
  • To open store (City & District)
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 9 Apr 1931, p. 6, column 1     New store to open at 455 Dundas Street opposite City Hall in the former Bernath Drug Store...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 9 Apr 1931, p. 6, column 1   New store to open at 455 Dundas Street opposite City Hall in the former Bernath Drug Store...
  • J.W. Payne wins $200.00
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 9 Apr 1931, p. 12, column 3     Woodstock man wins first prize in contest naming the newest Moirs confection, the Nova Milk bar...
    Newspaper  Daily Sentinel-Review, 9 Apr 1931, p. 12, column 3   Woodstock man wins first prize in contest naming the newest Moirs confection, the Nova Milk bar...
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