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The Wolseley News April 1, 1914 The Wolseley News April 1, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Wolseley, SK
Table Of Contents Wolseley rural council
Chester rural council
District news: Baring, Glenavon, Ellisboro, Summerberry, Greenville
Church notes
Asquith defends King
Success in cruiser war
West sends eggs to Eastern Canada
Build railway North
Queensland at Panama
Calgary police drill
Mercer reformatory closed
Watching for "Karluk"
Submarine abandoned
Fair wage officer called
Empire trade inquiry
Women suffrage league
German Crown Prince
Completed in two years
Emigration from England falling off
C.P.R. may electrify lines in B.C.
Rioters to be released
Chinaman leaves $10000 to Cnoynski
Derelict afloat in steamship lane
Section men take vote
Fine samples of silver
Canned goods dangers
Struggle on tolls
Plains complete
Radium on Lake Superior
Abdul Hamid again reported dead
Western mail clerk to get increase
Surgical instrument in body 9 years
Important decision
Cannot prohibit arms
First assistant to Mackenzie
Weekly market report
Stefannson in garb of Eskimo
Khybor Pass being fortified
Discuss programme
Repeal question of honor
Colonial conference to be summoned
Sunday School lesson
Workmen's compensation
Winnipeg's Association approved
Dictographic evidence
Temperance talk
Around town
Personal
The window at the white cat
Most perfect pump
Methusalem practiced it
To salve old treasure ship
Good farmer known by these signs
Sensitiveness
Extravagant times
Magic in a baton
Austia halts emigration
The Wolseley News April 15, 1914 The Wolseley News April 15, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Wolseley, SK
Table Of Contents Town council
The Regina Horse Show
Wolseley Public School report
Wolseley Rural Council
Some forestry facts
Progress is the effort of all nature

New French settlers
Pennsylvania marksmen make world's record
British elections soon
Enquiry into cigarette evil
Decrease in land sales
Gat not the only gas city
Deserter complimented
Mail order crooks sentenced
Biggest freighter launched
Storm of protest
Drove last spike on G.T.P.
Coming with cash for land
Out of jail for operation
Guillotine used in Mexico
Far East outbreak
Wireless station in a castle
Game killed in Sask. worth $87750
White House wedding this month
Advertise route to gold fields
Freight rates decision
To settle North Battleford district
Labor men will protest
Non-alcoholic public houses a profit
Montreal liquor men fight hard
Regina horse show
Saskatoon's claims
U.S. custom receipts
Ontario wants succession tax
Will Camp at Sewell
Revenue decrease
Abolish Censor Board
Want general strike
Cotton burns in Bombay
Weekly market report
Finding unreasonables
Business outlook
King heads the list
Women defeated in Chicago election
Local Government Board in Alberta
S.A. adopt Western Canada Division
Awalta Privy Council decision
Operate new line
Cy Warman is dead
Sunday School lesson
More elevators for Ogilvie chain
Cannot form Ministry
Out from Port Arthur
Social reform and moral reform
THe late Miss Ellis
The Canadian Oyster

Workmen's hair cutting
Maoris becoming wealthy
Not much large timber
Paint from rocks
Candiac
Ellisboro
Moffat
Around town
Personal
The markets
Church notes
The window at the white cat
Church built from one tree
Forestry facts
Pass them along
Humanizing convict
New concentrated food
Young sportsmen
A young people's country
World's longest tunnel
Short cut via Hudson Bay
Must man eat wheat only
The cure of the soil
Ostrichs as bird savers
District news: Greenville, Summerberry
The Wolseley News April 22, 1914 The Wolseley News April 22, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Wolseley, SK
Table Of Contents Dr. Bancroft coming
Community welfare
Missionary Society
Cadet camp
Montmartre R. Council
Church notes
The markets
The window at the white cat
Bugs that have their own wireless
Probing pest resources
Honor to Kitchener
Resurrection
A newspaper novelty
A Prince's income
Britain's liquor bill
$500 reward will be given for the discovery living or dead of Prof. Cecil F. Lavell
President Wilson as a typist
Passing of old clipper ship
Birds that shine
Ancestor worship in England
Social reform and moral reform
A tour through Canada
The North boundary
Bagged a white lynx
The shifting Poles
Ontario's vastness
The Pitcain Islands
Around town
Personal
Rabbits ravage forests
Practical Temperance
Use for German carp
The junkville moralist
Moderate incomes the best
The "movies" making for Temperance
To preserve wild flowers
The Georgian Bay Canal
Ont. railway to Hudson's Bay
Minister of Labor rapidly recovering
Radium in Peace River district
Prince of Wales' education
Contributions to sealers' funds
Replied to Quebec paper
Mail service to far North
Important gathering
B.C. wants road to Peace River
Keep faith with country
Coal strike settled
Visits Virginia battlefields
Want all British exhibit
Surveyors at work
Monument to W.T. Stead
The U.S. is determined
Price of Panama
Against cigarette
Woman to visit blonde Eskimos
High Commissioner to be named
Next labor conference
Death of Sir Wm. Whyte
Free trips abroad
Secret of deadly torpedo retained
Prohibition asked for United States
Northern telegraph line
Carden sent to Brazil
Monster wolf of Alberta
Weekly market report
Home Rule to wait a week
No appeal on freight rates
G.T.P. wage schedule
Ideal conditions
Breakwater contract let
Owned all city but one house
Queen Mary drops whist
Exile lived to 104
Sunday School lesson
Double track C.P.R.
Hope for settlement of Home Rule
District news: Ellisboro, Baring, Kaiser
Diversified farming only safe course
The Wolseley News April 29, 1914 The Wolseley News April 29, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Wolseley, SK
Table Of Contents Town council
Wedding bells
Community welfare
Oddfellows parade next Sunday
Anglicans progressing
The markets
Cricket schedule
Farm machinery sale
Chester rural council
An important convention
A creed for the country
Get ahead of the flies
Why time can't be defined
Banking in England
Shall we harden our children?
If the Atlantic were lowered
King visits Paris
Rules for dairy competition
Workers to wreck property
Punch on Huerta
Author of "Stickit Minister"
$50000 for sealing fund
Effects of cigarettes
War will not hurt business
Defence meeting deferred
Huerta's troops are widely scattered
Makes 34 knots an hour
World's marching record
Work ______ emigrants
Capture of Vera Cruz
War after sixteen years of peace
Prince Albert sells steamboat
Redistribution agreed upon
Anti-treating proposal
High cost of living Commission
First boat from Superior
Small profits
Technical education
Gold rush to North Country
Peace centenary
Three new statues
30 pieces in band, insists the Union
British nationality
Major-Gen. Cotton dead
Weekly market report
Magazine postal rates
Plans to develop Labrador
Have discovered genuine Titian
Diamond dust in Ontario
Two hundred Mexicans killed
Sunday School lesson
Study land situation
New Zealand and its London office
Social and moral reform
Temperance so called
Life story of Captain Scott
Polar tragedies
Around town
Personal
Church notes
Short course for teachers
The window at the white cat
How Tolstoy made his will
Town runs saloon
The cinqe ports
Cannae
Placing the immigrant
An inventor`s hard luck
Canada's water power
A changing custom
"Greasers" and "Gringos"
Being awake
Hancock and Gwinnett
Burma ruby mines
THe douglas fir
Globe trotting with a rifle
Destructive cannibal crabs
Dicken's love of flowers
New Zealand's resources
Kepers and their reduction
Ripened by electricity
Rough on discoverers
Explorer of high temperatures
Growing down and out
Flowers in the snow
Thousands of tones of dust
Distict news: Ellisboror, Glenavon
Reivival of the fan
Handy electric stove
Lash for wife beaters
Smuggling cocaine
The Wolseley News April 8, 1914 The Wolseley News April 8, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Wolseley, SK
Table Of Contents Mr Macarthur watched
Church notes
The late Mr. Henson
Glenavon
Baring
The window at the white cat
Strange timekeepers
Ontario roosters smart
New standards of comparison
A true gentleman
Thrift
Oil keeps waves from breaking
View hords of the Panama-Pacific
Mutilated bank notes
Vanity of African natives
Biggest windmill has steel sails
Seed is their currency
Oil field in Pacific Ocean
Effect of electricity on human body
Protect wild life
Does honesty pay?
Variety of grain crops to grow
Burning bank notes
Where is there a place for a loafer
Danger of celluloid
Oddities of moss
A twntieth century church
Get royal dowery
Russian biplane largest ever
Chinese are engineers
New Atlantic flight plans
More temperance talk
Around town
Personal
Candiac
FirewoodSteel box cars
Ancient method of printing in China
The art of listening
Learning from experience
The friend to choose
The King's messengers
Problems of social work
Reserving non-agricultural land
Trophy for first aid work in mines
Canada's grain trade
To vaccinate Indians
A new homestead act
Dr. Mawson is married
Post office holds money
Chinese padrones
President Wilson congratulated
Winnipeg birth record
Toronto Temperance move
Japan's new premier
Control ocean rates
Alberta oil fields
Noiseless airships
Georgian Bay is best
Cling to old name
Wireless chain around the globe
Lumber will be cheaper
Honor of the nation
South African scrip
Cheap rate going
White army to prevent war
American schooner confiscated
Herkomer's last work
To cross sea in motor boat
Miners lay down tools
Opposition to new road
Record at Halifax Port
Transfer of public domain
Thrity lost in suffrage campaign
Imperial naturalization
Weekly market report
Unregistered letters
Adds to endowment
Palace for party purposes
Britain's prosperity
Wrong class brought in
Hours of railway employees
Safety first for cars
Mexican national debt
High cost of cleaning streets
Coal mines not closed
Sunday school lesson
Laborers still barred from B.C.
Hudson's Bay line hopes
District news: Ellisboro, Chering
The Wolseley News August 12, 1914 The Wolseley News August 12, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Wolseley, SK
Table Of Contents Off to a good start
Examination results
Those who have enlisted at Wolseley
War news at a glance
Piano _____
Rush to get married
Investing in railway shares
Executions in Europe
Magnetic compass is passing
Clergymen and longevity
Ireland again
A Chinaman and the opium habit
Handwriting
Queen Alexandra as an angel
"Old Hickory"
Telling your age
Pickpockets
Financing the Great War
Aviator to serve Britain - John C. Porte postpones his Trans-Atlantic flight for this purpose
To close to St. Lawrence
Work in coal mines has stopped
Immigration figures
Start of the War
International Irrigation Congress
A Canadian Navy
Incident closed
Plenty of coal for Dominion
Live stock shipments
Canadian Army division
Against old misers
Run on provision stores in London
United States takes precautions
Prefer to have them go
West can supply 20000 horses
Ban on wireless
Rescue Stefansson's men
Comparison of navie of Triple Entente and Triple Alliance
Weekly market report
Mails for Europe
C.P.R. labor dispute
Serious opening
Villa starts new war
U.S. wireless control
38 killed in collision
Wheat to be exported without danger
No change in mails
Great Britain is watching for spies
Feeding your chickens
Edison's first invention
British Legislation for raising wages
Around town
Personal
Church notes
Price boosters warned
School attendance in the Dominion
Low wages in Britain
The talisman
Home of the big trees
Expectation of life
Revenue cutter service
Heart of the hailstone
Salons and salaries
Played with fire balls
A "mite"
Gaudy birds
National tastes in pearls
Life of the Sun
Mexico's spiked mountain
The joy of gardening
Why he played it
How Turner painted
The "macaroni"
Homemade liniment
Gibralter's searchlight battery
Beauty of the Hudson
The ancient Greek theatre
Handling baggage
France in South America
Hygiene in the desert
Greatest song writers
The revenge of neglected things
Safety on the farm
The facile Mexican
Peerage lacking in permanence
District news: Baring, Summerberry, Ellisboro, Glenavon
The Wolseley News August 19, 1914 The Wolseley News August 19, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Wolseley, SK
Table Of Contents Another success scored
Save your straw
War news
Double wedding
Militia orders
What happened to Jones
Post office warning
Hail losses
Communication
The markets
Concerning cutlery
The First Lady of France
Insult to injury
To tell fertile eggs
New York's public schools
Curious hunting custom
England's standards
A disloyal parrot
Rose colored snow
Enormous grain yields
To make salt beads
Windmill to stand as monument
One safe bet
Blue sky of the mountains
In the Cannibal Isles
Way to clean windows
Sachet powder
Answer call of Empire
For hospital purposes
Armed with Ross Rifles
What Germans are being told
Coal supply is amply guarded
Parliament War Session
Ridder Haggard's warning
Save your straw
Difficult to get news of war
90th may preserve identity
Hillcrest Relief Fund
Makes gallant response to war call
Will solve the problem - exporters can now sell grain for sure payments
Patrol of Atlantic trade routes
To be Patriotic Fund
Food supply for one year
Chemists won't meet
Harvest in Alberta
Invasion impracticable
Arrangements for Canada's gift
Will protect homesteaders
Americans volunteer to serve Empire
Greatest flour order
Montreal civic finances
Valuable prize in wireless plant
WIll equip medical corps
New rulers enter Mexico City
Russian mobilization
Weekly market report
Government must act
Brave women defend factory
Order of merchant fleet accepted
Ottawa to give machine gun battery
Loyalty the real sentiment
Approve stand for neutrality
Puchasing horses for the artillery
British Army ready for service
Food prices investigation
American ships to be withdrawn
Sunday School lesson
Indians are ready
Canada's share of cost
Montmartre R. Council
Church notes
Marvelous instinct of wild animals
Around town
Personal
Big wars caused by minor affairs
Living conditions favorable for busy workers and food plentiful
The talisman
Three simple experiments
The air pump
Lucky name for sailors
Put both feet in it
Their first meeting
Irvings were chums in everything
Nuremburg claims the first watch
Drink under the pulpit
Royal etiquette in Japan
Porcelain ships
A responsible position
Woman's rights
_____ of price
Hen's laying depends on feeding
Canada
Tennyson's luck
One hundred years and still strong
Western natural resources
Accuracy in golf
Way of a train in Spain
Climbing and flying
District news: Baring, Summerberry, Moffat, Ellisboro
Protect the forests
The Wolseley News August 26, 1914 The Wolseley News August 26, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Wolseley, SK
Table Of Contents Troops leave for Valcartier
Probable cost overseas force
Town council
Thomson-Martin
Government will watch food prices
More recruits wanted
Prize winners
The talisman
Preaching progidies [prodigies]
Sorting bottles by touch
England's great little river
A coal mine one hundred years ago
How finger prints are taken
Juniper wood to replace cedar
Practical people
Joan of Arc statue
Canada's banking system shows up well in crisis
How flowers are fertilized
Tallest flagpole and largest flag
Bagpipes under other names
The sea-horse family
Meeting Mrs. Spider
Carried black bear 10 miles
Garden plot yields strange crop
Trapping a coyote
Artistic temperment cured
Birds
Hands that make beauty
A goat in the studio
Uganda has new museum
Struggles of an inventor
Revival of the moustache
A president in shirt sleeves
The limit
How Diana scored
Tragedy of cleaning our shoes
Who discovered America? - priority of visit of Norsemen to Nova Scotia fully proven
Eagan the bomb man
Rain by wireless
Savages kind to animals
Prize winners
Happy convicts
Around town
Emergency session
The markets
Personal
War news
This country's oppotunity
About emeralds
A queer bird
Manuring young trees
How oil calms the waves
To save Rob Boy birthplace
Women colonels
Wanted - a strong navy?
Give public preference
Distinguished or extinguished
The swimming stroke of the future
Will the leek go?
Dryden's new pump
Lesson for Captain Toe
Where the "Empress" sank
Tragic laughter - vibration and nitroglycerin form a perilous combination
Stand of united Canada
King George's message to troops
To give winter work
Raised $75000000
Immigration bill
Refuse to let husbands go - militia regulation is depleting ranks of war volunteers
German Chancellor's view
Over confidence is misplaced
Politics dropped
200 German ships have been captured
Canada buys aeroplanes
No racehorses for army remounts
More people at war than at peace
Panama works stopped
Death of Pope Pius X
Dominion note increase idea
Canadian forestry convention
Norwegian-Swedish peace celebration
Aid Saskatchewan farmers
War benefits Russian Poles and Jews
War will be over on last day of year
Weekly market report
American volunteers
End of war correspondents
Submarines cost over million
Make-up of Canada's force
Demand for horses
Contraband exportation
Will be a short war
Niobe has more men than is required
Sunday School lesson
Japanese position explained
Large silver exports
Practical offering
District news: Summerberry, Ellisboro, Glenavon
Church notes
Curious fish
The Wolseley News August 5, 1914 The Wolseley News August 5, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Wolseley, SK
Table Of Contents Baby Cupid
Sightless genius
Panama's big problem
A man who grew shorter
"Dead" oldier sits up
What is amortization?
Navajos fear the dead
The real Russia
Phosphite not phosphate
An eccentric Russian doctor
Babylonian legend
Rare postage stamps
Amoria
His bed in his pocket
Ancient theatricals
The matchbox trick
Our hard coal mine
The Walters took revenge
Paul Chevre's last monument
Father stumped them
An old tale of two cities
Ice peaks of New Zealand
Penny lodgings for the poor
Sumer coats
Chic shoes
Propitiation
Saskatchewan legal
Dreams and disease
Pulp manufacturing
The whaling industry
The world's sheep population
Light unattended
The fruitarian puppy
Renewed vigor in old age
Discovered Persian oil wells
The safety of the Coronation Stone
Disasters due to fog
England leads in road building
Feather exporters unhappy
District news: Glenavon, Baring
To meet both leaders
Senate vacancies
Greatest Alpine flight
Canada's latest spurt
Petawawa Camp enquiry
Safety equipment on cars
Cheap fares for harvesters
Maj-Gen. MacDonald's tour
Hull fire damage
Peace Conference protests
New elevator record
Toronto labor arbitration
Less like strike now
The crisis in Europe
British consuls to help Canadians
Some maladministration
Will restore Bill to former shape
Stormed saving banks
Suffs dug up new one
Bad fire in Sweden
Cocoa bean currency
Europe clamors for gold
Archibald Blue is dead
Indians decreasing
Explosives by mail
Iceberg patrol
Ontario has another pest
Fatal fireworks display
Weekly market report
C.N.R.'s new equipment
Slump in raw silk
Enjoying rugged Rockies
New way to win votes
Madame Caillaux not guilty
Stage coaches held up
Austrians in Western Canada
Mourning of Dublin
Dr. Roche's health
Sunday School lesson
New wireless station
Rejects Bryan Treaty
Anti-tipping talk
Around town
Personal
Collegiate exam results
Deveron
The talisman
Portraits and piecework
The silent trombones
Unhappily mated birds
Objects of the Moon
Origin of trooping the color
Summerberry
Ellisboro
Church notes
Millions in posters
A grand nation
Facial foliage
Baseball players who play with eggs
Flying too high
Scrubwomen
Wolseley's strawberries and cream
Mexican marvels
The check combines
Advance fairs to settlers
Bishop Mathieu on return trip
Wolseley Rural Council
The boy and the farm
Matty the greatest thinking machine in baseball history
Strange superstitions of some famous ball players
The mighty Honus cannot be scared
Clipped from the exchanges - what the other editors say
The Wolseley News December 16, 1914 The Wolseley News December 16, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Wolseley, SK
Table Of Contents Town Council
St. George's Church bazaar
Patriotic Fund
Levi Thompson chosen
Hudson Bay Co. to fight surtax
Curling rinks
Dr. Elliott for Lieut.-Governour [Governor]
Banish the Bar Convention
Austrians and Germans in Canada must now register
The weekly market report
Nurses are not needed
Glad to see them - Bavarians exhorted to wreak revenge on the English troops
Ice breaker arrives
Sir Geo. Foster and Monroe Doctrine
Portugal's King wants to join fight
German bitterness against the British
Sentences passed on Assassins
Staggering losses
C.N.R. raised millions
British Army now 1500000
Admirality still holds lines
Tsing Tau roads mined
Artificial bogs are German device
Deadly fire from British Man-of-war
Duke's army shattered
Discovers formidable work
Made error when he raised issue of Monroe Doctrine
Austrian dreadnought hit
Clearing Hong Kong
Breast plates used by French Infantry
The Sunday School lesson
England makes preparation to repel possible German invasion
The weekly market report
Wheat shipped to N.Z.
For strategical reasons
Two more Victoria Crosses
Indian Army defeated Turks
Britain and Portugal sign treaty
Servians [Serbians] score signal success
Make change near sea coast
Dover Harbor was menaced
To purchase more horses
Sink three German merchantmen
Concession for soldiers
Germans lost very heavily
Canada filling orders for shells
One hundred years of peace
Guilty of treason
Russia makes sacrifices
More assistance for the Belgians
May go to Front
Close Colombia wireless
British ships wipe out German fleet in South Atlantic
The Sunday School lesson
Caring for the Belgian refugees
Lady Roberts expresses thanks
Prince promoted
Fire destroys Edison plant
Von Der Golta in Turkey
Man destroyed wild pigeons
Dance while under fire
French colored troops
New C.P.R. steamers for the Pacific
For relief of farmers
May furnish boughs for ship fenders
Austria needs wheat
Attacked like tigers
Should U.S. enter war
The war horses
Get the others first
Plucky signallers
Making shoulders square
Greater and nobler France
Daring trip to plant French flag on German soil
Canvas coats for Canadians
Canada's fisheries
Sintaluta news
Kendal
Glenavon
Around town
Ellisboro
Church notes
The German Americans
Britain's oldest ally
Heroine of battlefield
Dominion Atlantic railway
Regains flag lost in 1870
The British soldier
Bomb that freezes
Germany's failure
Scarcer as the demand grows
Sikh's disc of death
A trifling mistake
Killing the officers
Bundles of dead
Canadian Chinamen ready to help
150 shells at farm barrel
District news: Summerberry, Lovat, Baring, Deveron
The talisman
Hungarians not Huns
These soldiers dine in state
The war and forest products
The white General
Gratifying interest in S.S.
Medical aid for battle steed
Heavy guns used by the Germans
Horses for the Armies
Battlefield no place for joke
All helped by football
Gurkhas by night
Torpedos just missed
Canada has helped Empire
She can hold her head up
"The Bowl," Yale's new stadium that will seat 65000
Army and Navy footall teams bitter rivals
Captain Brown talks of Channel swim
The Wolseley News December 2, 1914 The Wolseley News December 2, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Wolseley, SK
Table Of Contents Laymen's meeting
Wedding bells
Church notes
Curling notes
Hockey Club
Ellisboro
Patriotic Fund
Kendal
The talisman
Ingratitude of Turkey
Story of big fight - British regimen for five days fought in trenches knee deep in the water
Will be kept strictly neutral
Seek to influence Canada
Belgian mother and German Empress
Steel barrels a saving to the farmer
Shrinkage in bullion
Enemy prostrated themselves
Germans and the British army
Defends popular remedies
The German losses
Guards watching London
Innocents slain by Teutons
Talked with spirits of dead
Rubber and gasoline
The terrible Cossack
Prussian guards
Not a direct answer
Unalaska rising from sea
In what spirit
An Indian gift to the Patriotic Fund
Zeke's reformation
Daring Englishwoman
Protection of birds
Say Germans alone use "dum-dums"
Sintaluta news
Curling rinks
Seeing London
Glenavon Council
Around town
Personal
Another Iron Cross
The first symptom
How officers love the men
France may exhibit
Value of hunting shown
German ghouls rob dead
The new submarines
Not all whalers like whale
Didn't like cold steel
Strategy
The day of the "Bantam"
Vandals in King Albert's Palace
Hardships experiences by the troops on duty in trenches
The weekly market report
Next year's acreage
Sank in five minutes
Trade improvement
Sensation in Canadian camp
Queen's thanks to U.S. children
Through Panama Canal
Guarding water supply
Motto is "be prepared"
More recruits
Unemployed in the West
Must saw wood - Alien enemies will have good warm jobs this Winter
Russians continue to chase the Turks
Broke all rules
Germans prisoners reach Warsaw
Austria full of wounded
Officer not fit for war
South Americans strike
Re-opening date of Parliament
Sight for Kaiser
Lord Kitchener pays tribute to fine work of British Army
Refugees from Breslau
Portugal's friendship
Boots for French Army
Canadians can aid
The Sunday School lesson
District news: Glenavon, Stonybrook, Summerberry
The Wolseley News December 23, 1914 The Wolseley News December 23, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Wolseley, SK
Table Of Contents Fatal shooting accident
Yes! No!! Yes!!!
Junior League games
Patriotic Fund
Church notes
Experiments with prelude wheat
Montmartre elections
The talisman
Farmer who porspers
Wild cattle in England
The war wind
Give and take
Alfalfa
Why soldiers dread sleep
Treaty inoperative
Made up in noise
A world-wide contest forseen
Irrigated farms
Getting down the swelling
The Kaiser as a religious man
Former cartoonist as troopshooter
Now comes the Zebroid
Sure of victory
Military strategy
C.P.R. shops at North Bay
Tracing it back
Can't square himself
Easily arranged
Japan's good faith
Heroic deeds
Value of irrigation
No trouble at all
New British possessions
Jum's kittens
Culture's monument
War in the Winter
His ambition
Was the guest of King George V
Knew the British
Duration of the war
Art in Cleveland
The integrity of China
Sintaluta news
Nominations
Blackwood
Kendal
Around town
Agricultural Society
Personal
Union Church of Canada
Turkey and England
Fisher work on fishing
Farm operations of red man successful
Britain the natural protector of Egypt
Sample of German inhumanity
Bank of Montreal - war conditions reviewed
The prophets do not agree
Straw as fertilizer
Brave deeds under fire
Grants to families of Navy ratings
No birds on battlefield
Losers and finers
We need to live
A Spanish Institute of Oceanography
Daring raid of German fleet on the East Coast of England
The weekly market report
Unable to treat wounded - German Red Cross system breaks down before avalanche of patients
U.S.A. intervenes
Christmas leave for soldiers
Prelude to what German fleet will do
Greece will avenge this
Bourass not popular
Another Von Mueller story
Are rushing troops
The National Guard
German cruisers interned
Chased the Germans
Desertions to Servians [Serbians]
Bulwark disaster due to explosion
German cruiser in sunk in Baltic
Sixty millions for French sufferers
No war news on Christmas day
Allies continue to gain ground and make progress in Flanders
The Sunday School lesson
Contented and confident
Ordered to the Canal
Refused Desden coal
Men on Emden scour seas
Typhoid spreading in German Army
Was a daring feat
District news: Ellisboro, Summerberry, Baring, Deveron
The Wolseley News December 30, 1914 The Wolseley News December 30, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Wolseley, SK
Table Of Contents Town Council
Masonic installation
The markets
Patriotic fund
Church notes
Monthly report of Wolseley Public School
The talisman
Emphasizing her weakness
Canada to England
True to tradition
Emancipation of Egypt
French aviators rule the air
Diocese will take in the North Pole
Loyalty of India
C.P.R. buys ships
Two leaders in finance - Mr. H.V. Meredith, Sir Fred'k [Frederick] Williams-Taylor
Tommy Atkin's war bread
Educated men in ranks
The cloak of dreams
Fresh air necessary
Was tourist's friend
Hoarding England's gold
New Year's maid in yellow brocade
Bluffing the enemy
Need veterinary Officers
The unlucky Belgian
South Africa fighting hard
Women as soldiers
Death of a brave man
Childred suffer the worst - Red Cross nurses tell of hardships youngsters undergo in war area
Coaxed German out
Protecting implements from rust
Epoch in modern warfare
Armored motor cars
Britain wants eggs and flax
Canadian potato export conditions
Sintaluta news
Election results
Feeding the fleet
Parisian newspapers
Around town
Personal
Military news
Should smash the military machine
Rounded up Uhlans
Interpretatior of scripture
Has four sons in firing line
Hospitals on battlefield
British army airmen
The King of Cocos Islands
Find traps 100 years old
Canadians are thanked
Won the command
Broke the record
Buried alive by Austrians
Soldier was starving
Was chief of Bedouins
No market for sauerkraut
Child prodigies a danger
Need of Belgium
Atrocities by Germans told
No wonder they laughed
Why she decided to leave
Hard fighting is reported from all along battle front
The weekly market report
German idea of fair play
Japanese troops would settle war
Nothing to German yarn
Will go to the Front as a unit
Parliament to meet Feb. 4
Full British citizenship
Canadian horses all right
British warship return
Russian successes
Prohibition meets defeat
The Swiss attitude
Turks are worried
50000 cablegrams a day
Result of Prohibition
Outrageous demand is withdrawn
Canadians to go to Egypt
For civilization or barbarism
Navy doing its part
Admiral Von Tirpitz talks
New bullet for use on zeppelins
Had bomb to blow up French ship
$10000 worth of milk
Britain now has more than two million men under arms
The Sunday School lesson
New postage rates
Industrial accidents
Still shelling Dardanelles
Some weird plans - Minister of Militia receives many stange propositions
Bermuda hears call to arms
Shovels and buttons
District news: Glenavon, Greenville, Ellisboro, Summerberry, Baring, Kendal, Windthorst
The Wolseley News December 9, 1914 The Wolseley News December 9, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Wolseley, SK
Table Of Contents Public School report
Christmas gifts for soldier boys
Wolseley Rural Council
Montmartre R. Council
Have seeds tested for germination
The talisman
Commanders of known ability
Officially notified before publication
First Pullman Conductor
Railway employees form company
Cinema film not yet made
Women looking for spies
Britain's war on resources
Wonderful marksman
War plays into the hands of Chile
German emissaries in India
Russian mother sent heroic letter
Due to foppishness
Give his life for a postal card
Christmas novelties for the busy worker
Our question box
A word to the wise
New stencil arrivals
District news: Summerberry, Glenavon, Mutrie
Polly Evans' story page for boys and girls
Sintaluta news
Sintaluta L.O.L.
Blackwood
Kendal
Baring
Army of veterans
Germany's real object
Forbids singing "Tipperary"
Large orders for Canadian goods
Kitchener's tribute to Joffre
May be imitating Attila
Russia stops wood shipments
Busy doctor sometimes overlooks a point
German armies in the field
Naturalized Germans
Extensive aid to Western farmers
When the King last went to war
For an Imperial Parliament
Gurkhas paralyze enemy
Canadian drug makers face serious problem
British sailors left to drown
Interest in mixed farming
England's resources
An all-American coin
The latest scouting story
Bagpipes cheers Highlanders
Cities with nine lives
Gigantic system of bluff
India is ready
If Germany is victorious
Prussians fire at ambulances
French thank Canadians
Mixed farming
Regulations greatly tightened
Study history in the making
Bread of tulip bulbs
Radium in B.C.
To subdue the world
Equality of sex
Good little girl
Barbarous drunkenness
A lucky find for the C.P.R.
Around town
Personal
The old curiosity shop
No election in Wolseley
Purchase animals direct from farmers
Church notes
2nd Contingent sail next month
Patriotic Fund
The markets
Ellisboro
Bridge builders defy bullets and rain of fire
Motorcycles in modern warfare
Meyer London expects to teach Congress socialism
The mobilization of Canada's Third Army has commenced
The weekly market report
British invasion
Without a precedent
Temporarily re-establish a Front
Germans repulsed
Not for campaigning
De Wet has been captured
Send no greetings
British warships smash Canal gates
May shorten hours of sale
Kaiser's hopes are shattered
British fleet active
Russian censored
King visits trenches
Germany demands monthly indemnity
Turks massacre Christians
Germans generals among prisoners
Gift for Canadians
A Russian victory
Italy on guard
Naval clash pending
The peace centenary
Belgrade has surrendered after a stubborn defence
Rush work on submarine
"Ralph Connor" going to Front
C.P.R.'s $3000000 claim
Recruiting arrangements
The Sunday School lesson
The Wolseley News February 11, 1914 The Wolseley News February 11, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Wolseley, SK
Table Of Contents Town council
New R.C. Bishop of Regina
County L.O.L. meets
Record wheat and oat tield during 1913
S.S. Convention
Glenavon council
Hockey
The markets
Wood for all industries
Gold in British Guiana
Cocoanut growing in Queensland
Short road to peace
South African labor trouble
Big French aerial fleet
Captain censured but not punished
Britain in no hurry
Militants angry at Bishop
Wireless telegraph service
Pulp mill for Kenora
Peace treaty probs
Calgary's new hotel
Keen interest in race around world
Gallant conduct rewarded
The policy of Britain
Improves farm hand's lot
Scheme to raise Titanic
Forestry congress
Wheat production away South
Students on diet test
Country shoppers benefit
Ages of Chicago women learned
Alfalfa seeds for farmers
Stolen rosaries restored
Seven years to build canal
Warning to Spaniards
Loops loop fourteen times
Weekly market report
Stock Breeders Association
Assemblies to be abolished
Heavy shipment of butter
Sir Edward Grey accompanies King
Another trip abroad
May unload elevator
Bringing domestics to Canada
Sunday School lesson
Urge harbor improvements
Aviator has exciting time
Glenavon
Lovat
D_____
Great dry-dock to lift warships
Around town
Personal
To Chester farmers
Church notes
Bagged a white lynx
Canada may have an aerial fleet
The window at the white cat
An inexpensive ice house
South Africa's Acropolis
A whistpering world
Fox farmers in Yukon
An appreciation of Lord Strathcona
Curious find in New Zealand
Physical examination of children
The farmer - God's partner
Headmaster's praise
Mixed farming
District news: Ellisboro, Candiac
The Wolseley News February 18, 1914 The Wolseley News February 18, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Wolseley, SK
Table Of Contents Wolseley bonspeil
Women suffrage
J.W. Fowler dead
Hockey
Famers' rally
Baring
Deveron
Greenville
Kaiser
Summerberry
Mixed farming
To prevent car shortage
Louise de Chapporal
Where one may use Japanese Crash
The potato habit
Neat and very convenient
The breakfast apple
Blue and white dainty
Ruffles in sight
Scallops are fine now
To peel oranges
Origin of a noted phrase
Father of psychology
Goldsmith's Astor
Sundials
Bright boy
Her test of bravery
No wonder
The servant's room
Modern art influence in fabrics
Curtains and colour
Perfumes for clothes press
Useful and pretty
Homemade flowerpot
Have you a sautoire?
Value of neatness in business world
The window at the white cat
Panama Pacific exposition
A matter of color
Dwarf plants and monstrous flowers
Keep the window open
Disraeli on suffrage
Is the land of youth
Duke's reply on "Parcels post"
Big navigation scheme
No further reductions
Huge army increase
Mrs. Parkhurst returns
U.S. farmers for Canada
Earth's crust adjusted
Cross Atlantic in 24 hours
Navigation may open early
New Jewish Bible
Quebec relief fund
Fear spy's disclosure
Grant for penitentiary
Compromise for Ulster
International situation
Portage pioneer expires
German royalty break speed limit
Was felt extensively
Shipwrights on strike
King George to rebuild homes
Swedish students loyal to king
Austria consent to immigration plans
Ice patrol starts
Bagdad railway
Lord Gladstone resigns
Light bulb by wireless
Vancouver dropping behind
Weekly market report
Militant's polict wrong
Scoffs at wireless ruin
Cold storage bill
Affects cost of living in Britain
Cure for tuberculosis
South African desires royal governor
Denies Barry [Barrie] gave money
Predicts Atlantic flight
Sunday School lesson
Airships collide in air and drop
Arbitration treaties progress
Punch's little joke
Little Senorita
Bloodroot
Handling of Doukhobors
bsentee husbands
Less beef exported
Soldier made baronet
New airship destroyer
Sweetly innocent
An error of phonetics
Took Prince's heart beats
Houdin's magic
How to restore crops
Islands in a volcano
How to clean light cloth suit
Derelict ahoy!
Wolseley's Christmas pudding
Intelligence and intelligence
Use Crystal palace
Honored by the King
Monarch of Arran
Gun-runners busy
No oener for $2500
Radium ore
The girl bread-winners
Saskatchewan seed fair
No washday
Around town
Personal
Pretty home wedding
Church notes
District news: Glenavon, Ellisboro
The Wolseley News February 25, 1914 The Wolseley News February 25, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Wolseley, SK
Table Of Contents Automobile Association
Montmartre council
Church notes
Hockey
Manitoba educational association
City clerk, Lethbridge, Alberta
Silence hour
Many false colors in light
For purity in elections
For pure maple sugar
Romance of peerage
Freight rate case verdict soon
International peace
Great new line granted charter
Babies thrive by invention
10000 women apply for franchise
Redistribution bill discussed
Canadians may buy buffalo herd
Charter to read to coal areas
Llyodminster oats capture trophy
C.P.R. will exhibit
Prohibiting white matches
Maiden trip in May
C.P.R to spend millions
Proposed Bisley changes
New balloon record
SOme housekeeper
Amending game act
Vancouver's dairy not evidence
Commission coming West
Canadian discovery
Panama tolls action
Stolen bag recovered
Report on N.T.R. expenses
Butter must be guaranteed
New King pays respects
Willard memorial service
Presents sealed reply
Convicted of sedition
High cost of living report
To meet King George
King Albert is injured
Weekly market report
Victoria Harbor
Military status in German towns
New shipping pool
American troops guarding border
Scandinavian and Russian centenary
French liner forced to return
Churchill will not discuss navy
Closed season for emigration
$2000000 loan for Quebec
On behalf of Japanese
One vote keeps women from voting
Sunday school lesson
At work on ritual murder case
Pork prices increasing
C.P.R. in again
Another riot in Tokio [Tokyo]
Around town
Personal
Greenville
Summerberry
The man in seedy clothes
For the children
A magician's trick
Who calls
"Invented" potatoes
Eggs scalloped with meat
Woman's world
Spring coats
Marrying foreigners
Goldfields of the Yukon
No minor crime
May establish corn farm
Van Dyck kitchen
New ice cream freezer
Thw window at the white cat
Forest fire insurance
Disease cures disease
On pay day
Monument to a quack
Time's changes
A delicate hint
Cold facts
Car of the Czar
District news: Ellisboro, Glenavon, Candiac
The Wolseley News February 4, 1914 The Wolseley News February 4, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Wolseley, SK
Table Of Contents Masonic at home
Public school report
The markets
Pearl McKenzie wins the pony
Farmer's rally
Limit parcel post at the start
Hockey
A Glenavon wedding
True heroism
The first oil well
Control of municipal finance
The parcel post service
Building strike in England spreading
Drink and defence
Coal investigation
G.T.P. oil supply
Arranged entente
Labor leaders deported
Canada's lead being followed
Home building producsts
Will [rpbe cold storage plants
17 years' elections
Eva Booth ill
Taft to visit Ottawa
Panama tols discussed
Taxation a success
Alasaka coal lands
Butter output is increased
Canada flour leads
Canada's first woman judge
Agricultural society
Ultimatum issued
Delegation from Britain coming
New Northern line
Hundred of marriages invalid
Has hope for Crown Prince
Scheme to rubber plate battleships
Moving picture operator killed
Stringency over
Weekly market report
Only a stepson of Strathcona
Record seas
Queen rejoins society
British officers will refuse to fight
U.S. exports more and imports less
Sentenced to be a hermit
No princes now
Crop was better
Sunday School lesson
Tax collector causing trouble
Safe anaesthetic
Saskatchewan Grain Growers' Convention
Where farming is paying well
Canada suits him
Around town
Personal
Wolseley does it again
Railways must notify towns
Church notes
The window at the white cat
Team work on the farm
The quality of imagination
Careless and co-operation
Irrigation farmers coming in special solid trainloads
District news: Ellisboro, Summerberry, Kaiser, Glenavon, Baring
The Wolseley News January 14, 1914 The Wolseley News January 14, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Wolseley, SK
Table Of Contents Town council
Wolseley Public School report for December
Wolseley rural council
Western Canada
President Taft's two seals
Standard is reached
Declares world may end this year
Brown tail moth
Suffragettes will appeal to King
Guard admits extortion
Edmonton man in limelight
Greece makes $100000000
Distribute millions
Saskatchewan land fraud
Anticipate three-fold development
Need more protection
School boy murders young companion
Miscarriage of justice
$115000 had gone begging
Merchants lose millions by fraud
First woman to be chloroformed
Hardships of the sea
United Kingdom imports and exports for 1913 increase
Mrs. Von Claussen put in ______
Start $50000000 steamship company
C.N.R. steamer breaks record
Counterfeiters caught
Kroonland's captain decorated
Cancer authority dead
Misery and want in Balkans
Railways deal in Cape Breton
Disarmament up to Britain
Give half million for scholarship
Boy saves scores of lives
Lumbering delayed
Calgary elevator site
Bank clerk charged with forgery
Weekly market report
Safety at sea
Shoots wife for moose
Live stock Association to meet
Stil undecided
Mother to tell of son's ill-treatment
Warned Easterners against wheat
Carried a mile by train
King and Queen to visit Dublin
Sunday School lesson
Charge against C.P.R.
Commits second crime to escape branding
Around town
Seventeen more days
Personal
Hockey
The window at the white cat
Control of municipal finance
District news: Glenavon, Ellisboro
Wedding bells
More accomodation for system's products
Church notes
The Wolseley News January 21, 1914 The Wolseley News January 21, 1914
Location Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan
City Wolseley, SK
Table Of Contents Death of Mrs. Duncan
Almost 5000 marriages
What about the pony?
Re dog by-law
The markets
Hockey
Control of municipal finance
Before Federal House
Citizens defeat strikers
Wheat for New Zealand
Americans not going back
Ontario seeks Temperance changes
Grand musical event
Greater oil supply needed
Workman's compensation
Canada attracts British farmers
Motor buses for Winnipeg
Alliance against Russia
May succeed Strathcona
Control ocean rates
Would follow ice pack
Queen Mary's triumph
Horror of war
Big Dominion land grant
Legislation not expected
German women want vote
2000 strikers return
Shackleton gets $5000
Many want to appear
Another cure for tuberculosis
Volcanic eruptions
Operation was successful
Hundreds of Earthquakes
Premier coming West
Germany send small fleet
Weekly market report
Tax capital for French Army
Immigrants will bring much money
Trial of alleged counterfeiters
Scott's premier position
Cold storage wall
Fleet paymaster arrested
Two fishing steamers lost
Cost of living inquiry
Sunday School lesson
No will discovered
Control of her resources
Montmartre R. Council
Around town
Personal
Church notes
Maple sugar industry
Parcel post
Chester rural council
The window at the white cat
District news: Summerberry, Baring, Ellisboro, Kaiser, Gleavon, Lovat, Deveron

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