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Collection/Fonds
Reference Material
Description Level
Series
Format
textual records
photographic
electronic records
Collection/Fonds
Reference Material
Description Level
Series
Series
11
Creator
Archives Volunteers
Scope and Content
This series includes special research projects completed by volunteers for the Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives, available as reference material for researchers and to the wider public. It includes:
The Cenotaph Project
Arnprior Businesses Before 1900
Accession No.
9999 - 9999
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Date
1914-1953
Collection/Fonds
Reference Material
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Item
Reference No.
11.1
Published November 2021 AMBA War Memorial: The Cenotaph Project The Cenotaph Project seeks to commemorate the local residents who served and perished in World War I, World War II, as well as the Korean War. The project, led by Rod McCallum, a volunteer of the Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives
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Date
1914-1953
Format
electronic records
Collection/Fonds
Reference Material
Description Level
Item
Series
11
Reference No.
11.1
Creator
Archives Volunteers
Scope and Content
The Cenotaph Project seeks to commemorate the local residents of the Town of Arnprior and Township of McNab/Braeside, who served and perished during the First and Second World Wars, as well as the Korean War, and were subsequently commemorated on the Arnprior Cenotaph. The project aimed to identify and obtain information on each individual who are inscribed on this Cenotaph, and in the course of this work, further names were also uncovered on other local honour rolls, memorials and in books of remembrance.
A volunteer of the Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives obtained information pertaining to each individual, including a record of when and where they were born, the names of their parents, information about their military involvement, in addition to a record of when and where they were killed and buried in the service of their country.
For more information about the project and for a complete list of those names compiled, please see the attached project description and index. For information about those individuals listed in the index, please contact the Archives.
Related Material
See the War Memorial available on the Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives website's 'Resources' page.
Accession No.
9999 - 9999
Documents

Cenotaph Project guide and index.pdf

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1840-1984
Collection/Fonds
Arnprior District Museum Collection
Description Level
Series
Date
1840-1984
Format
textual records
photographic
Collection/Fonds
Arnprior District Museum Collection
Description Level
Series
Series
10
Scope and Content
Series consists of information pertaining to area businesses.;
Arnprior and District Museum collection;
Series: Businesses;
In this series, the Museum collected records on the following: Clancy’s Drug Store, David Craig and Son Ltd., Hobbs Barber Shop, McKerrachers Store, Scheel Windows Ltd.; Also see March 26, 1975 issue of Arnprior Chronicle for articles on Scheel, M. Sullivan and Sons, and M.J. Smolkin’s Clothing firm.
Arnprior and District Museum collection F4.3;
Subseries: Clancy’s Drug Store. -- 0.2 cm of textual records. -- 1854; 1961.; Series contains photocopies outlining the occupants of lot 22, Elgin Street, later occupied by Clancy’s Drug Store.;
Subseries: David Craig and Son Ltd. -- 1971. -- 0.2 cm of textual records.; David Craig and Son Ltd. was a mill set up in Arnprior in 1916. The mill was located alongside the CNR railway tracks on Meehan Street. In 1956, the company purchased the plant of the former Glasgow Station Co-operative.; Series contains clipping from the Arnprior Guide about David Craig and Son Ltd.;
Subseries: Hobbs Barber Shop. -- 1924-1925; 1984. -- 0.4 cm of textual records.
Located on John Street, Harris Hobbs ran the business from the 1940’s to 1984. His father, James Earl Hobbs, had purchased the barber shop around 1923 from Sam Pontney.; Series contains two insurance receipts and a clipping. See also 99-0115 Hobbs Family Collection.;
Sub-group: Businesses;
Series: McKerrachers Store. -- ____. -- 1.5 cm of textual records.; J. H. McKerrachers and Sons sold china, toys, hardware, and shelf borders. Series contains a receipt book and a photo clipping.;
Series: Scheel’s Windows Limited. -- no date. -- 0.2 cm of textual records.; Scheel’s Windows was established in 1949 by two brothers, Bob Scheel and Arden Scheel. The firm originally started in lumbering and the windows were an off-shoot. The firm does all the wood work on the window frames and glass grinding at their Madawaska Boulevard store.; Series contains a clipping from a local paper.;
Subseries: Businesses, General. -- 1840; 1858; 1933; ____. -- 4 cm of textual records and 2 b&w photos.; Series contains 2 b&w photos: one of E. Farrell Meats (southwest corner of Elgin St.) and the other of Emily Farrell behind counter circa 1960, “Memo-slate for Daily Kitchen Wants” sample manufactured by International Varnish Co. Ltd., Toronto belonging to Mrs. John Stewart, “Pocket Ready Reckoner for the Use of Merchants, Masters of Vessels and Measurers of Timber” (a book on tables showing the number of feet, inches, and parts in a square piece of timber, French and English, 1840), “Empire Life Insurance Co., Toronto--Head Office” (a rate manual used by insurance agents, 1933), “A Complete Ready Reckoner in Dollars and Cents with Interest Tables at 6% and 7%” (a book of tables for the calculation of periodical payments, 1858).;
Subseries: A. F. Campbell & Son Ltd. -- 1960-1976--. 2 cm textual records and 7 b&w photos.; Series consists of newspaper clippings about A. F. Campbell & Sons business and a one page history of Andrew Dey Forgie Campbell who belonged to the Lion's Club. Photos include staff (identified), lumber yard, truck loaded with plywood, house (possibly on Daniel Street).;
Arnprior and District Museum collection wrapped F7.7;
Subseries: M. Sullivan & Son Limited. -- 1977-1978. -- o/s item; M. Sullivan & Son Limited was founded in 1914 by Maurice Sullivan. A; family-run construction business, Maurice Sullivan was committed to maintaining a family tradition of a demanding philosophy based on the idea that any building erected by his firm should last as long as the materials used to build it. Very community-minded and proud of their home town of Arnprior, the Sullivan firm has been successful in securing contracts for such projects as construction of schools, bridges, mass housing projects, and theaters in Arnprior and the rest of Canada.; Series consists of a cheque register and cash receipts journal.;
Subseries: Renfrew County -- 1907; 1922-1926; 1961; 1976. -- 7 cm of textual records.; Subseries contains such records as the following: “Renfrew County Visitor Attraction Study” prepared by Lee Elken Becksted Paulsen Fair (Architects) for the Ministry of Industry and Tourism and the Ministry of Treasury, Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs for Ontario in 1976; the study was commissioned by the Ontario government in 1975; the goal of the study was to identify a commercially viable visitor attraction based upon the historical and cultural resources of the County, particularly those of the square timber and lumbering era of the Upper Ottawa Valley region. Also included is a pamphlet on the “Champlain Trail” where Champlain is believed to have lost his astrolabe (an instrument used for measuring latitude and longitude) in 1613 near the village of Cobden; the astrolabe turned up on the shores of Green Lake by a farm hand in 1867; also included are “Notes on the History of Renfrew County for the Centennial 1961” compiled by Mrs. Carl Price (historian) and Clyde C. Kennedy (archaeologist) of the Ottawa Valley Historical Society; also “Minutes of the Proceeedings and By-laws of the Municipal Council of the County of Renfrew” 1907, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1925 and 1926.;
Accession No.
1993-0005
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Collection/Fonds
Peter Hessel collection
Description Level
File
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
Peter Hessel collection
Description Level
File
Fonds No.
0021
Series
1
Subseries
BUS
Scope and Content
File contains a variety of information about small businesses and professionals in Arnprior, including some originals and copies of newspaper ads, etc. NOT described in detail. See key terms below.
Among the companies mentioned: Fraser Clothing Company (established in 1892 in Renfrew and opened a store in Arnprior in 1985); Russell Andrews & Son (farm equipment); Skyrotors Ltd. (helicopter lease and supply); Edna Mather (real estate); Moskos Variety Store; Murray’s Tire Service; Smolkin Men’s and Boys’ Wear (3 ads); Farmer Brothers (shoes - see also Farmer Brothers file in PH Fonds); J.H. McKerracher (harnesses, etc.); A. Fetherston (dresses) in The Arcade; Arnprior Poultry Yards; Mrs. W.H. Adams (millinery); Alex. Clark (blacksmith); Neilson’s Real Estate; Leo Lavoie Travel Agency; Johnston Insurance and Real Estate; Robertson’s Furniture; Royal Bank of Canada; M. Sullivan & Son Ltd.; A & P [Atlantic & Pacific] (2 ads); J.W.C. Tierney (insurance); John R. Tierney (ticket agent); G.H. Moles (insurance); C.A. Mulvihill (lawyer); George M. Bleakney (lawyer); Ralph Slattery (lawyer); Armand’s (groceries); O’Toole’s Drug Store; Arnprior Motor Sales; Reward Shoe Stores; Smith’s Dairy; Canadian Tire, 42 Elgin Street; Dominion Store; Boyce Funeral Home; C.A. Campbell (insurance); A.A. McLean (lawyer); Mulvihill & Greene (lawyers); J.A. Hemphill (accountant); H.W. Flegal (heating, tinsmith); Miss Heath (clothing, 2 ads); Hickson’s Bazaar (clothing) [2 ads]; G.H. Hubbell (framing, etc.); Lumsden Brothers (carting, livery - 2 ads); C.E. Pell’s in the Craig Block on John Street (pipes, etc., 2 ads); J.E. Thompson (lawyer); Trevor H. Grout (lawyer); McGarry & Devine (lawyers); B.F. Moag’s (clothes); Will C. Slater (tailor); Howard Hatton (men’s wear); A.S. Rusland (Elgin St.); Peachey Bros. (china, glassware); McPhee House (hotel); Central Pharmacy [Hodgins: druggist and optician]; Arnprior Creamery (Daniel and Elgin St.); Legerwoods & McKays (a small account book); Haddington Farms [letter]; Dontigny & Hughton (woolen mill - memoranda); A. Murphy (grocer - bill); McGonigal Estate (water bill); A.J. Campbell (grain dealer - letter); A.F. Campbell (millwork ad); Jim’s Restaurant; C.H. Baker & Sons (car dealer); McNab Town & Country Rest.; Sugar Bowl (restaurant); Gormley & Co. (fashion) in Moles Block.
Event Report: Chronicle, Aug. 7, 1930 re Galvin & Scott, Undertakers, moving to the “old post office building”.
Event Report: Arnprior Chronicle, Mar. 12, 1975, pages 5-10 (and inserts) — Faces of Arnprior (businesses).
Notes
See also March 26, 1975 issue of the Arnprior Chronicle on Donald C. Johnston Insurance Company. See also Chronicle, Dec. 4, 1930, page 5: in “local-personal column” a short list of businesses in the Ottawa Valley in 1880. See Arnprior Chronicle June 19th 1952, several pages on opening of Smolkin Mens and Boys Wear store.
Accession No.
1994 0021
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Date
unknown
Collection/Fonds
Arnprior District Museum Collection
Description Level
Item
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Date
unknown
Format
photographic
Collection/Fonds
Arnprior District Museum Collection
Description Level
Item
Reproduction Location
Binder 1B P0084
Scope and Content
Copy of original supplied by Winard News Service, Pittsfield, Mass. Interior view of Rensselaer Textile Research Laboratory.
Accession No.
1993-0005
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Date
unknown
Collection/Fonds
Arnprior District Museum Collection
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Item
  1 image  
Date
unknown
Format
photographic
Collection/Fonds
Arnprior District Museum Collection
Description Level
Item
Reproduction Location
Binder 1B P0088
Scope and Content
Copy of original supplied by Winard News Service, Pittsfield, Mass.
Accession No.
1993-0005
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Arnprior businesses (bills, ads, photos)

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Collection/Fonds
Peter Hessel collection
Description Level
File
Format
textual records
photographic
Collection/Fonds
Peter Hessel collection
Description Level
File
Fonds No.
0021
Series
1
Subseries
ARN4
Scope and Content
1. Three-page 1986 Town of Arnprior Municipal Directory: showing industries/businesses with addresses, executives, telephone numbers, number of employees and services/products.
2. Two-page “Tour of the town of Arnprior” used by Mayor Tom Sullivan for promoting the town (by street).
3. Ad for Santa Claus Party, from Chronicle, Dec. 6, 1956. Lions Club. Helicopter. Majorettes. Barclay Craig.
4. Full-page announcement (printed by Arnprior Press, no date) for Arnprior Developments Co. Ltd. (Arnprior Meadows — housing development along John Street South between William Street and Edey Street. Manager: R.D. Lewis.
5. Copy of map of Sullivan Industrial Park, Arnprior, showing location of Pfizer, M & R Feeds, Didak, Hypernetics, Bell Canada, Chase Nuclear, Badische (BASF), Square D, Noranda Metals, water tower. 1984.
6. Entire issue of special print in newspaper format (distributed by the Chronicle Guide, June 1998), published by the Arnprior B.I.A. [Business Improvement Area]. The paper contains several articles by Peter Hessel on the history of Arnprior. Many names, addresses and telephone numbers of merchants and services.
7. Photocopy of ad in Chronicle Holiday Issue, 1904, “Hodgins, Druggist and Optician”. Central Pharmacy. Hodgins, “The Druggist, Optician and Fancy Goods Man”.
8. Invoice of McComb Hardware, 190 John Street, Arnprior. Dec. 31, 1956, to Duncan Stewart, for an oven element.
9. Invoice of J.P. Galvin, Merchant Tailor, Arnprior. Dec. 22, 1922, to D. Stewart, “cash $5 in full”. With carbon paper attached.
10. Business envelope of Arnprior Art Studio, Box 184, Arnprior [photographers].
11. Clipping of Mother’s Day ad for Jim’ Restaurant, 80 Elgin Street, Arnprior.
12. Receipt for $4 from Geo. H. Hubbell, Liveryman, Stables on Elgin Street, Arnprior, made out to John Stewart, dated March 20, 1912.
13. Ad for an annual meeting and election of officers of the Arnprior Business Men’s Association at the Madawaska Hotel on May 19 [year? 1960s/70s?]
14. Envelope for photo prints from W.W. Handford, Photographer [“Portraits by Day and Night”, Arnprior, for Mrs. D. Stewart.
15. Invoice/receipt from Cliff’s T.V. & Radio Sales & Service, 91 Elgin Street, Arnprior (to Mrs. Duncan Stewart, Waba) for $10.41, dated Jan. 18, 1962.
16. Invoice/receipt (white and yellow copies) from Johnston’s Pharmacy, 153 John Street, Arnprior, dated Aug. 1, 1963, to Mrs. D.G. Stewart, for $7.00.
17. Photocopy of an invoice from Sanitaris Ltd., Arnprior, dated July 2, 1912, to Presbyterian Church, White Lake, for 18 cases of soft drinks - $13.50 and “team and man” — 75 cents. Signature: Lewis Macnamara, Secretary-Treasurer.
18. Photocopy of short article in Arnprior Weekly News, Feb. 10, 1906 regarding the remodelling of the educational system in Ontario. Underneath: small 2-line ad for Peachey Bros., “bananas, oranges, apples, lemons, etc.”.
19. Photocopy of reproduction photo and caption in “Arnprior Anniversary Booklet 1987” showing James Moskos Confectionery (then Moskos Sugar Bowl). Jim Moskos, an immigrant from Greece, opened the confectionery in 1914 (Sugar Bowl Candy Kitchen) — on the west side of John Street. Leo Moskos, Peter Moskos. Also mentioned: Wagenblass store (started in 1919).
20. Photocopy of page from “ Arnprior Anniversary Booklet 1987” showing two photos, one of John Street in 1906, looking north from Elgin Street, and “Clancey’s Drug Store and adjacent shops following Campbell House fire in 1923”. Names of stores: “S.S. Tripp Pharmacist, Druggist & Optician”; G.H. Devine, “Mathewsons Furniture Show Rooms”.
21. Photocopy of an ad in the Chronicle of April 9, 1975, for Skyrotors Ltd. Helicopter Lease and Supply, Arnprior. Established in 1961, in a warehouse near the Newbyrne Hotel, now in new facilities [White Lake Road].
22. Photocopy of article about the bankruptcy of Skyrotors Ltd., “Want Skyrotors sold in ‘package’”.
23. Photocopy of ad from “ Arnprior Anniversary Booklet 1987” for Royal Bank (in Arnprior since 1923) and ad for Robertson’s Furniture (established in 1924).
24. Photocopy of a photo of the Bank of Ottawa, 1874, later Bank of Nova Scotia. See also file “Banking”.
25. Photocopy of a photo of Elwood McCrea in the rear of Powell’s Auto Service with signs he painted for the Newbyrne Hotel and Moskos Sugar Bowl. 1940s (?).
26. Photocopy of ad from Chronicle, March 25, 1975, for Donald C. Johnston Insurance and Real Estate, Kinburn and Arnprior. With photo of building at the corner of Madawaska and Daniel Streets.
27. Photocopy from ad in Chronicle Holiday No. 1904: George F. McNab, office in the Craig Block, John Street. His father: F. McNab, Catherine McNab. Insurance agent.
28. Photocopy of ad from “ Arnprior Anniversary Booklet 1987” with photo of Campbell Block (about 1903?). Ad for Neil Campbell Limited. Insurance.
29. Photocopy of three small ads from Weekly News, Jan. 27, 1906: Catherine A. McNab, Insurance; G.H. Moles, Insurance; S. Kedey, Insurance.
30. Photocopy of small ad from Weekly News, Jan. 27, 1906: Money to loan: J.E. Thompson, Barrister, John Street, Arnprior
31. Clipping of large ad for Arnprior Chrysler, from Chronicle (late 1960s?).
32. Full-page ad from Chronicle, March 26, 1975: M. Sullivan & Son Limited, 1914-1975 (61st anniversary). Showing Roxy Theatre and 1975 plant.
33. Clipping from Ottawa Citizen, Aug. 14, 1998: “Mall’s ceiling collapse stuns shoppers” by Jake Rupert, regarding damage at the Arnprior Mall. Arnprior shopping centre. Carmelle Miller.
34. 8 colour photographs of interior of PJ's Restaurant taken by P. Hessel December 2006 before interior renovations.
35. 2 photocopied pages of Arnprior Chronicle July 19 1978 showing glass bottle with bell trade mark of Arnprior Bottling Works found by Lester Cross of Kinburn.
Notes
Watchman, June 1, 1917, page 5: an article on the construction of the Moskos Sugar Bowl Restaurant building.
Accession No.
1994 0021
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Date
c1905
Collection/Fonds
Kenwood Corporate Centre fonds
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1 photograph : b&w ; 25 cm x 20 cm
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Date
c1905
Format
photographic
Collection/Fonds
Kenwood Corporate Centre fonds
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1 photograph : b&w ; 25 cm x 20 cm
Scope and Content
Photograph taken before the 1907 fire at Kenwood Mill.
Accession No.
2003-0156
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Date
1996
Collection/Fonds
Pat Bolger fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
0.2 cm textual records
Date
1996
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
Pat Bolger fonds
Description Level
Fonds
Physical Description
0.2 cm textual records
History / Biography
Percival J. Cooney was the son of John W. Cooney and Mary Ann O’Callahan; he had three brothers (Frank H., Howard C., and Byron E.) and one sister (Florence). The Cooney family left Arnprior for the United States in 1891. Percival Cooney is the author of the Kinsmen. In the Kinsmen, Cooney based his fictional hero of Barclay Craig (a former high school teacher of Cooney’s who taught him English and Classics; Craig died in 1905); apparently, Cooney idealized this teacher. The great nephew of Barclay Craig (who also has the same name) still lives in Arnprior (at 50 Ottawa Street).
Language
English
Acquisition Source
Donated by Pat Bolger in September 1996 and January 1997.
Scope and Content
Collection consists of a copy of a b/w photograph of the Cooney family circa 1888. Also included is an article about Irish migration to Canada in the 1840’s, in particular, about the grave site at Grosse Ile (50 kilometres east of Quebec City in the St. Lawrence), the world’s largest Irish grave site and other articles.
Accruals
Further accruals are expected.
Related Material
See also: Craigs of Arnprior, Accession #2006-0202
See also: Arnprior Chronicle article January 8, 1931 page 1by Frank H. Cooney.
Accession No.
1996-0073
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Arnprior Canadian Pacific Railway Station Before Demolition

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Date
1981
Collection/Fonds
Peter Hessel collection
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1 photograph : full colour ; 19 cm x 11 cm
Reference No.
6
  1 image  
Date
1981
Format
photographic
Collection/Fonds
Peter Hessel collection
Description Level
Item
Fonds No.
0021
Series
1
Subseries
CPR
Reference No.
6
Physical Description
1 photograph : full colour ; 19 cm x 11 cm
Scope and Content
Caption reads "CPR Train Station Arnprior September 25, 1981 Minutes before demolition 4:45 pm." Photograph was taken by Adriend Schlievert.
Accession No.
1994-0021
Images
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Date
1900-1904
Collection/Fonds
McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records
Description Level
Item
  1 document  
Date
1900-1904
Format
textual records
Collection/Fonds
McNab/Braeside Township Historical Records
Description Level
Item
Reproduction Location
Bylaws were digitized in August 2009
Language
English
Acquisition Source
The bylaws were transferred from the basement storage room of the McNab Township office in 1993
Scope and Content
This sub-series contains the historic bylaws of McNab Township from 1846 -1950. This record lists only Part 11 of 14 of this sub-series.
1900-1 To appoint auditors and assessor
1900-2 To appoint a Board of Health
1900-3 To appoint pathmasters etc.
1900-5 To provide for the payment of the clerk & engineer
1900-6 Make alterations of the boundary of school section No. 5 & 15
1900-7 To distribute the Statute Labour
1900-8 To regulate the amount and payment of cummutations of Statute Labour defaultees
1900-9 To levy annual and trustee rates for 1900
1900-10 Appoint a collector
1900-11 To authorize the cutting of trees on Lot 7 Con. 5
1900-12 Holding of municipal election in 1901, Deputy Returning Officer
1901-1 To appoint certain township officers and provide for their salaries
1901-2 Appoint a Board of Health
1901-4 To appoint pathmasters etc.
1901-4 Forming additional polling divisions
1901-4 Distribute the Statute Labour
1901-5 To levy the annual and trustee rates for 1901
1901-6 To close up the 3rd Con. and open a new line, 3rd Con. Lot 21
1901-7 To appoint a collector of rates
1901-8 Regulate the amount paid for burial of indigents and unclaimed dead bodies
1901-9 To provide for the holding of elections in 1902
1901-10 To close road through E1/2 Lots 3 & 4 Conc 6
1902-1 Appoint certain township officers and provide for payment for their services
1902-2 To appoint a Board of Health and its officers
1902-3 To appoint pathmasters etc.
1902-4 To amend the scale of Statute Labour
1902-5 To appoint an auditor
1902-6 Appoint medical health officers
1902-7 To distribute the statute for the year 1902
1902-8 Alter the school boundaries of School Sections No 5, 13 and 15
1902-9 To levy the annual and school trustee rates
1902-10 Repeal section 8 of By-law No., 7, 1875 - cattle running at large
1902-11 To appoint a collector of taxes
1902-12 To provide for the holding of election in 1903
1902-13 To confirm the action of the delegation at Arnprior with the S.O. Church Bros. Co.
1902-14 Confirm the action of the delegation at Arnprior re: Mansfield drain
1903-1 To appoint township officers and provide for their services
1903-2 To appoint a Bd. of Health and sanitary officers
1903-3 To grant liberty to cut trees on Lots 15 & 16, Con. 7
1903-4 Appointing pathmasters, pound keepers and fence viewers
1903-4 To distribute the Statute Labour
1903-5 To levy the annual and trustee rates for 1903
1903-5 To close part of the Arnprior and Stewartville Road
1903-6 To appoint a collector of rates
1903-7 To empower the solicitor of Arnprior to draw up an agreement for railway crossings
1903-8 Provide for the holding of elections in 1904 (repealed Nov 17, 1903)
1904-9 1 Appointing auditors and assessors and fixing their salary
1904-2 To appoint a Board of Health
1904-3 Empower the pathmaster to remove the fence across the 6th Con. Lot 14
1904-4 Appoint pathmasters etc.
1904-5 Make provisions to put up/take down fences along leading roads
1904-6 To impose fines on parties refusing to accept office when appointed.
1904-7 Distribution of the Statute Labour
1904-8 Authorize trustees of S.S. No. 12 to raise by loan $1500 to issue debentures
1904-9 To provide for the payment of pathmaster
1904-11 To appoint a collector of rates
1904-13 To raise debentures for S.S. No 14
1904-14 To appoint a clerk for 1905
Arrangement
Material in this sub-series was not arranged in chronological order before digitization occured. Therefore, in several instances the material is out of order and dates of material overlap.
Notes
This is a large digital file that may take time to load.
Accession No.
1993-0004
Documents

ARN2-Byb McNab Township Bylaws_Box C5.7_1900-1904.pdf

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Date
1900-10-05
Collection/Fonds
AMBA Newspaper Collection
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Date
1900-10-05
Description Level
Item
Collection/Fonds
AMBA Newspaper Collection
Language
English
Format
textual records
Copyright
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests with the user.
Documents

Almonte Gazette 1900-10-05

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Date
1900-02-23
Collection/Fonds
AMBA Newspaper Collection
., showed us & sample of iron found on his farm at Rosetta which he says has assayed. 80 per cent. of pure iron. Some parties who are interested in mining have been looking over the farm, and talk of beginning work on it before long. Should. the projected line of railway from Arnprior to Lanark
  1 document  
Date
1900-02-23
Description Level
Item
Collection/Fonds
AMBA Newspaper Collection
Language
English
Format
textual records
Copyright
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests with the user.
Documents

Almonte Gazette 1900-02-23

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Date
1900-02-02
Collection/Fonds
AMBA Newspaper Collection
. appointed chairman Sof +recommended to theyn, ler of the.Ashton church: y-ebur es But the exterior gives no comparativey “| idea ofthe’: brightness and cosiness of © ~ | the interior. ee $150.--Thefoundation and brick walls lare the handiwork of Messrs Purdy: ws) On Sunday,January 7th, 1900, the
  1 document  
Date
1900-02-02
Description Level
Item
Collection/Fonds
AMBA Newspaper Collection
Language
English
Format
textual records
Copyright
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests with the user.
Documents

The Renfrew Mercury 1900-02-02

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Date
c1900
Collection/Fonds
Braeside Women's Institute fonds
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1 photograph : b&w ; 14 cm x 9 cm
  1 image  
Date
c1900
Format
photographic
Collection/Fonds
Braeside Women's Institute fonds
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
1 photograph : b&w ; 14 cm x 9 cm
Scope and Content
Photograph found on Page 19 of Book 1 of the Braeside WI Tweedsmuirs. Caption reads "Old Mill, before office was built above the Douglas House."
Accession No.
1993-0007
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Burned railway engine from the Ottawa fire of 1900

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Date
1901
Collection/Fonds
Charles Macnamara fonds
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
celluloid negative and print
Reference No.
12
  1 image  
Date
1901
Format
photographic
Collection/Fonds
Charles Macnamara fonds
Description Level
Item
Series
10
Reference No.
12
Physical Description
celluloid negative and print
Acquisition Source
Archives of Ontario C 120-2, former item number C 120-2-0-0-12
Scope and Content
Photograph shows a man inspecting a burned railway engine from the Ottawa fire April 26 1900.
Accession No.
2002-0154
Name Access
Fires
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Town of Arnprior Bylaw 4158-93 AMEND 3920-90 REGULATING TRADES, BUSINESSES AND OCCUPATIONS

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Number
4158-93
Date
1993
Series
Series II Town of Arnprior Bylaws
THE CORPORATION OF THE TOWN OF ARNPRIOR BY-LAW NO. A BY-LAW TO AMEND BY-LAW NUMBER 3920-90, AS AMENDED, BEING A BY-LAW TO PROVIDE FOR LICENSING AND THEREBY REGULATING AND GOVERNING CERTAIN TRADES, BUSINESSES AND OCCUPATIONS. WHEREAS the Municipal Council wishes to amend certain provisions
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Number
4158-93
Date
1993
Publisher
Town of Arnprior
Subject
Bylaws
Description Level
Item
Series
Series II Town of Arnprior Bylaws
Language
English
Format
textual records
Documents

Town of Arnprior Bylaw 4158-93 AMEND 3920-90 REGULATING TRADES, BUSINESSES AND OCCUPATIONS

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H.F. McLachlin in cutter before a stand of pine trees on Antoine Lake

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Date
1902
Collection/Fonds
Charles Macnamara fonds
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
celluloid negative and print
Reference No.
144
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Date
1902
Format
photographic
Collection/Fonds
Charles Macnamara fonds
Description Level
Item
Series
10
Reference No.
144
Physical Description
celluloid negative and print
Acquisition Source
Archives of Ontario C 120-2, former item number C 120-2-0-0-144
Scope and Content
Hugh F. McLachlin in cutter (sleigh) before a stand of pine trees at Antoine Lake.
Accession No.
2002-0154
Name Access
Lumber Industry
Horses
Sleds and Sleighs
Images
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Town of Arnprior Bylaw 6313-14 Approve the WIP Projects to Carry Forward into 2014 and Remain Active

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Number
6313-14
Date
2014
Series
Series II Town of Arnprior Bylaws
THE CORPORATION OF THE TOWN OF ARNPRIOR BY-LAW NUMBER NO. 6313-14 BEING A BY-LAW TO APPROVE THE WORKS IN PROGRESS (WIP) PROJECTS TO CARRY FORWARD INTO 2014 AND REMAIN ACTIVE . WHEREAS Sections 8, 9, and 11 of the Municipal Act, 2001 , S.O. 2001 , Chapter 25, authorize a municipality to
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Number
6313-14
Date
2014
Publisher
Town of Arnprior
Subject
Bylaws
Description Level
Item
Series
Series II Town of Arnprior Bylaws
Language
English
Format
textual records
Documents

Town of Arnprior Bylaw 6313-14 Approve the WIP Projects to Carry Forward into 2014 and Remain Active

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Date
unknown
Collection/Fonds
Arnprior District Museum Collection
Description Level
Item
Physical Description
heavy paper - ink
Size: 322 x 89
Reference No.
M045
Date
unknown
Format
map
Collection/Fonds
Arnprior District Museum Collection
Description Level
Item
Reference No.
M045
Physical Description
heavy paper - ink
Size: 322 x 89
Material Details
Scale: 1 in. = 100 ft
Scope and Content
Detailed map showing most of Arnprior. The Grand Trunk Railway route is shown in red, as well as a few other items, such as Pfizer and Playtex. Registered plan numbers shown.
Notes
Pfizer showing so probably after 1950
Noted as oversized item #31 Title Supplied by Archivist
Accession No.
1993-0005
Subject Access
Maps - Lot Plan
Geographic Access
Arnprior
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