1914

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The Herald January 8, 1914 The Herald January 8, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Whitewood, Sk.
Table Of Contents Synopsis of Canadian North-West Land Regulations
Gardener--Scott
Asselstine--Potter
Milking machines
Eastern Saskatchewan Hockey League schedule of games
Begin the year well
Halls Dale
The new tariff at Washington: how it compares with the old tariff and the reciprocity schedules
Canadian goods in fine display: the second "Made in Canada" train is making a tour of Western Canada
Grain on the hoof pays the country: a striking statement of the Toronto Globe regarding Canada's foreign trade
Human locusts: men who rot the soil and pass on to new fields
Presbyterian Church notes and calendar
The Whitewood Agricultural Society Annual Meeting
Local News
St. Hubert Rural Telephone Company annual meeting
Huge imports from the States: we shoudl keep at home more of the $415,000,000 that goes across the line annually
Fighting a trust in binder twine: statement of the Grain Grower's Guide with a logical deduction therefrom
Factories come because of tariff: how Canadian policy of moderate protection brings industries
Cattle and hogs needed for market: scarcity and high price of meats point to profitable opening for our farmers
The Herald July 16, 1914 The Herald July 16, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Whitewood, Sk.
Table Of Contents Synopsis of Canadian North-West Land Regulations
Additional locals
Langbank
Will be a great show: Winnipeg Exhibition has wonderful bill of exhibits and attractions
Government exhibits at the Provincial Fair
Local news
The Herald July 2, 1914 The Herald July 2, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Whitewood, Sk.
Table Of Contents Synopsis of Canadian North-West Land Regulations
Death of John Frederick Parker
Langbank news
Matrimonial: McLeod-Robertson
Whitewood Public School: result of the midsummer exams
Baseball: Standing of League
Local news
Presbyterian Church notes and calendar
The Herald July 23, 1914 The Herald July 23, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Whitewood, Sk.
Table Of Contents Synopsis of Canadian North-West Land Regulations
Death of Mrs. Samuel Carson, Sr.
No big inducement for harvesters to come west
Beynes
Additional local news
Card of thanks
Local news
The Herald July 30, 1914 The Herald July 30, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Whitewood, Sk.
Table Of Contents Synopsis of Canadian North-West Land Regulations
Notice to creditors in the Surrogate court of the Judicial District of Moosomin in the estate Wiliam West, deceased
Additional Locals
Notice of meeting
Langbank news
Report of entrance examinations
Local news
The Herald July 9, 1914 The Herald July 9, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Whitewood, Sk.
Table Of Contents Synopsis of Canadian North-West Land Regulations
Card of Thanks
Langbank
Do It Now!
Beachy -- Winnipeg Exhibition
Baseball: Whitewood 6, Brandon 0 […] Virden 5, Whitewood 4
Presentation to Mr. A.B. Gillis
School examinations
Burrows School Report
Local News
Beynes
The Herald June 18, 1914 The Herald June 18, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Whitewood, Sk.
Table Of Contents Synopsis of Canadian North-West Land Regulations
Baseball: Elkhorn 2, Whitewood 14
St. Hubert's picnic
Langbank news
Offers $40,000.00 in prizes
Hazelwood Rural Council
Local news
Hon. W.T. White and the budget: how the Minister of Finance deal with implement duties -- a speech every Westerner is interested in
Presbyterian Church notes and calendar
The Herald June 25, 1914 The Herald June 25, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Whitewood, Sk.
Table Of Contents Synopsis of Canadian North-West Land Regulations
"Wee Bob" (with apologies to the author of "the Ould Plaid Shawl")
Good manners
Baseball: Whitewood 13, Moosomin 4
Local news
Presbyterian Church notes and calendar
The Herald June 4, 1914 The Herald June 4, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Whitewood, Sk.
Table Of Contents Synopsis of Canadian North-West Land Regulations
Canada only halted
The farm garden
Winnipeg Exhibition prize list out
Langbank news
Local news
Presbyterian Church notes and calendar
Port Arthur District and iron bounties: resolutions and speeches in support of bounty for domestic ore redution
A trade balance on the wrong side: Sir Edmund Walker's comments -- $1,600,000 sent out of Canada for iron and steel products alone
Rise in ten years: farmer's relatino to the incraesed cost of living -- mixed farming profile
Canadian wheat in States: United States needs our wehat for export milling trade
Flour mills in Calgary
The Herald March 12, 1914 The Herald March 12, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Whitewood, Sk.
Table Of Contents Synopsis of Canadian North-West Land Regulations
St. Patrick's Day: Ladies Aid Society, Knox Church
Masquerade Carnival a good success
Langbank News
Additional Locals
Local News
The Herald March 19, 1914 The Herald March 19, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Whitewood, Sk.
Table Of Contents Synopsis of Canadian North-West Land Regulations
Langbank News
Fletwode
The new fashions for men
Oddfellows Lodge have visit from Grand Lodge officers
The Whitewood Agricultural Society
Presbyterian Church notes and calendar
Local News
16th Light Horse important notice
Robert A. Munn dies suddenly
The Herald March 26, 1914 The Herald March 26, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Whitewood, Sk.
Table Of Contents Synopsis of Canadian North-West Land Regulations
Presbyterian Church notes and calendar
Langbank News
Beynes
School expenditure
Spring indications
The sole survivor in twine industry
Extreme slit did not go at ball
Food for thought
Local News
16th Light Horse important notice
Banish the Bar Crusade Province of Saskatchewan: A Mass Meeting will be held at town hall
Textile industry and the preference
Western freight rates
No mills in west: free wheat question must be settled for milling development
Milling industry: it pays good wages and affords employment for a large number of people
The Herald March 5, 1914 The Herald March 5, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Whitewood, Sk.
Table Of Contents Synopsis of Canadian North-West Land Regulations
Presbyterian Church notes and calendar
School Report
Langbank News
The neccessity of advertising
Percival
Local News
Death of Humphrey Dayman
American factories looking to the West
Mixed farming and mill feeds: bran, etc., higher in States -- possible depletion of needed Canadian supplies
Cost of living and the tariff: Democrats not sure lower prices will follow tariff reduction
The Herald May 14, 1914 The Herald May 14, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Whitewood, Sk.
Table Of Contents Synopsis of Canadian North-West Land Regulations
How to encourage mixed farming
Whitewood Agricultural Society deligate's report
Local News
Langbank News
Baseball schedule
Death of Mrs. Elizabeth Cuming
Presbyterian Church notes and calendar
Cotton in Yarmouth
Brantford protests
Build up your own city: practical policy advocated by the Calgary "Standard"
Western pork packing: several new plants projected for the extension of the industry
The great problem
The Herald May 21, 1914 The Herald May 21, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Whitewood, Sk.
Table Of Contents Synopsis of Canadian North-West Land Regulations
Benefits given to Western homesteaders
Rural Municipality of Hazelwood No.94
What an inch of rain is
Local news
Presbyterian Church notes and calendar
Brantford protests
Death of Mr. Charles Appleton
Build up your own city: practical policy advocated by the Calgary "Standard"
The great problem
Trade balance on wrong side: Sir Edmund Walker's comments -- $1,000,000 sent out of Canada for iron and steel products alone
Port Arthur District and iron bounties
Canadian wheat in States: United States needs our wheat for export milling trade
Rise in ten years: farmer's relation to teh increased cost of living -- mixed farming profile
Flour mills in Calgary: free wheat proposal restrains the development
The Herald May 28, 1914 The Herald May 28, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Whitewood, Sk.
Table Of Contents Synopsis of Canadian North-West Land Regulations
Reduction in coal rates
Clean Up Day
Presbyterian Church notes and calendar
Wheat cultivation in Argentine Republic
About free wheat: shall we have it?
Local news
Western development and the tariff: R.B. Bennett, M.P., explains the doctrine -- Calgary, a second Minneapolis
Good balance wheel for grain cultivation: renewed activity in industrial enterprises in Western Canada is a healthy sign
A timely question: American stone-cutters find employment while those in Toronto walk streets
Milk and cream: home market for dairy products will soon absorb total supply
Rural depopulation: a problem closely allied with the high cost of living
The Herald November 12, 1914 The Herald November 12, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Whitewood, Sk.
Table Of Contents Synopsis of Canadian North-West Land Regulations
A statement from a farmer
Latest war news
St. Mary's, Whitewood
Care and abuse of farm machinery
Western development and the tariff
A timely question: American stone-cutters find employment while those in Toronto walk streets
Rural depopulation: a problem closely allied with the high cost of living
Local news
Troops for the front
Italian spaghetti made in Canada
Chinese eggs again: how importations tend to lower price of American eggs
The Herald November 19, 1914 The Herald November 19, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Whitewood, Sk.
Table Of Contents Synopsis of Canadian North-West Land Regulations
The Whitewood Rural Telephone Co.
A smile or two
Latest war news
How our clocks compare with those of Europe
St. Mary's, Whitewood
Town Council meeting
Local news
The Herald November 26, 1914 The Herald November 26, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Whitewood, Sk.
Table Of Contents Synopsis of Canadian North-West Land Regulations
Letter from the front
Latest war news
A.B. Gillis Qu'Appelle candidate
Silverwood
Local news
Curlers' hold Annual Meeting
Some new light on old subjects: conditions caused by the war have caused changes in policy and method of business
Made in Germany helped the Germans
The Herald November 5, 1914 The Herald November 5, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Whitewood, Sk.
Table Of Contents Synopsis of Canadian North-West Land Regulations
Is This True? By Britton B. Cook
Testing seed grain
Premier Asquith and women workers
Our pulp mills
National campaign for our own goods
Orillia and "Made-In-Canada"
Local news
Death of Wm. McCaw
Latest war news
Lieut. R.F. Hill send the following letter
Question of work and "Made-In-Canada"
Getting together is the policy

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