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  • Garbage collector must take refuse from apartments
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 14 Oct 1930, p. 1, column 4     6 bushel limit is per household; apartments are households; therefore collector must take all garbage...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 14 Oct 1930, p. 1, column 4   6 bushel limit is per household; apartments are households; therefore collector must ...
  • City council passes bylaws for pavement
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 14 Oct 1930, p. 1, column 3     Street paving, playground reports and government funding for projects at Southside Park were on the agenda as well as the unemployment situation...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 14 Oct 1930, p. 1, column 3   Street paving, playground reports and government funding for projects at Southside Park ...
  • Many complain of strong odor, seeking source
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 13 Oct 1930, p. 1, column 4     Northern part of Woodstock fouled with bad smell; may be caused by burning garbage...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 13 Oct 1930, p. 1, column 4   Northern part of Woodstock fouled with bad smell; may be caused by ...
  • Would collect tax on course for part year
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 11 Oct 1930, p. 1, column 7     Tom Thumb course assessed $20 for the year as it is only operating for part of the year...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 11 Oct 1930, p. 1, column 7   Tom Thumb course assessed $20 for the year as it is only ...
  • No parking rules not being observed
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 10 Oct 1930, p. 1, column 3     Residents on Light St. ask that the no-parking rule be enforced to prevent a serious accident on the narrow street...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 10 Oct 1930, p. 1, column 3   Residents on Light St. ask that the no-parking rule be enforced to ...
  • Many seek jobs on north sewer says official
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 9 Oct 1930, p. 1, column 4     Applications are coming in for jobs with the city; cannot proceed until funding and permits are in place; related story page 1, column 6...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 9 Oct 1930, p. 1, column 4   Applications are coming in for jobs with the city; cannot proceed until ...
  • Smoke nuisance to be eliminated
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 7 Oct 1930, p. 1, column 2     East end firm promises to stop producing black smoke by mid-November...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 7 Oct 1930, p. 1, column 2   East end firm promises to stop producing black smoke by mid-November...
  • No occasion to increase cost of civic work
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 7 Oct 1930, p. 1, column 2     Mayor Sutherland wants to use more manual labour rather than mechanical equipment on sewer job; meets with disapproval from some ratepayers who see it increase cost...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 7 Oct 1930, p. 1, column 2   Mayor Sutherland wants to use more manual labour rather than mechanical equipment ...
  • Council to ask assistance on two projects
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 7 Oct 1930, p. 1, column 1     The north trunk sewer and the Ingersoll Road subway are the two projects for which government aid will be applied...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 7 Oct 1930, p. 1, column 1   The north trunk sewer and the Ingersoll Road subway are the two ...
  • Council meets for discussion of public works
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 6 Oct 1930, p. 1, column 4     Applications made for government aid...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 6 Oct 1930, p. 1, column 4   Applications made for government aid...
  • Parks board to continue work at park
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 4 Oct 1930, p. 1, column 5     Faced with overdraft, board decides to continue, hoping to get government aid...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 4 Oct 1930, p. 1, column 5   Faced with overdraft, board decides to continue, hoping to get government aid...
  • Board of trade endorses move to get subway
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 3 Oct 1930, p. 1, column 1     Council to obtain funds from the government to build subway at the CNR crossing at Ingersoll Rd...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 3 Oct 1930, p. 1, column 1   Council to obtain funds from the government to build subway at the ...
  • Trunk sewer construction to start soon
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Oct 1930, p. 1, column 3     $85,000 project to be approved to provide work for the city's unemployed...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Oct 1930, p. 1, column 3   $85,000 project to be approved to provide work for the city's unemployed...
  • Council asks financial aid of government
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 30 Sep 1930, p. 1, column 5     Aldermen Johnston, Thomson and Hill attend Toronto to ask for funding for projects that will give employment...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 30 Sep 1930, p. 1, column 5   Aldermen Johnston, Thomson and Hill attend Toronto to ask for funding for ...
  • Seek aid with sewer and hope for subway
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 26 Sep 1930, p. 1, column 6     Ottawa allotting $4,000,000 toward relief where work is lacking; Woodstock hopes to take advantage for local projects...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 26 Sep 1930, p. 1, column 6   Ottawa allotting $4,000,000 toward relief where work is lacking; Woodstock hopes to ...
  • Assessment up on property and business, income down; net increase is $390,836
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 26 Sep 1930, p. 1, column 2     Assessment figures report and table of assessment distributions...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 26 Sep 1930, p. 1, column 2   Assessment figures report and table of assessment distributions...
  • Manager's civic post does not restrict firm
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 23 Sep 1930, p. 1, column 6     Discussion about the conflict of interest arising from selling coal and groceries to the city for relief cases and the profits thus gained...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 23 Sep 1930, p. 1, column 6   Discussion about the conflict of interest arising from selling coal and groceries ...
  • Use Park Row rather than build subway
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 23 Sep 1930, p. 1, column 5     City council will seek funding from the government to complete some projects to help with the unemployment situation locally...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 23 Sep 1930, p. 1, column 5   City council will seek funding from the government to complete some projects ...
  • People will vote on Daylight Saving
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 19 Sep 1930, p. 1, column 3     Woodstock residents will decide if they want to adopt Daylight Saving Time to be on a par with other centres...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 19 Sep 1930, p. 1, column 3   Woodstock residents will decide if they want to adopt Daylight Saving Time ...
  • Alderman sells city groceries; right disputed
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 19 Sep 1930, p. 1, column 1     Groceries purchased from MacArthur's grocery store used to supply relief cases; other council members claim a conflict of interest...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 19 Sep 1930, p. 1, column 1   Groceries purchased from MacArthur's grocery store used to supply relief cases; other ...
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