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1933-02-02
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He: | was one-man of whom it might be |said that he lived a life of useful- ‘~ness and died with the full know- ledge that his:labors had not. been {in ovain. | aaa oye |ae Letters tothe Editor + -|— [> Renfrew,’ Ont., Jan. 25, 1933. Editor The Arnprior Chronicle, surprised to read the
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1933-02-02
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Arnprior Chronicle 1933-02-02

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1933-02-09
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}. _{points in the Ottawa Valley cluding H. B, Smith, D.D.G.M.; Since that ‘timepolitical move- career of Mr. Cooney, are hopeful. .|that they may soon: be able. to illustrated and. in _yoronto jast ) “ARNPRIOR, Onn, THURSDAY, “FEBRUARY Oth, 1933 Completes Fifty | {: Governor (2)Cooney | | Years as
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1933-02-09
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Arnprior Chronicle 1933-02-09

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1933-02-16
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hunter, dog ex- |” And we expect to|- Hel | ARNPRIOR CHRONICLE '. Thursday; February16th, 1933 - “ThingsWwe’re Never Thru Hearing About eaten — fo NO SIR‘ OUT BOY- 3 é a , ! Nagy f Ao f NO DATE-\' CANT TAKE RAY CAR Tv NIGHT—' Now WREN ZY WUZ A | DATE 'R ETC-ETC UN District News
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1933-02-16
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Arnprior Chronicle 1933-02-16

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1933-02-23
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RETURNS Tf at all possible,The Chronicle will bulletin. thescores by periods of the Arnprior at Maxville game The first re- turns of the game should arrive by nine o'clock. individual ‘such a. committee... . ‘mittee for ! Included. in items [DEFEATED MAXVILLE HERE ON - TUESDAY EVENING BY 4 TO
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1933-02-23
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Arnprior Chronicle 1933-02-23

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1933-11-02
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valley interschol- astic title and will continue in the eastern Ontario playdowns seek- ing further honors. The Arnprior juniors, by virtue of an 8 to 0 victory in Renfrew on Wednesday afternoon, complete the 1933 schedule with one loss and three wins. They are to be congratulated on- their
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1933-11-02
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Arnprior Chronicle 1933-11-02

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1933-03-09
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; ArnpriorChronicle, printing, $30.75; B. Haber, relief, $17.90; Mrs. Jas. McNab, wood, $19; A. Murphy, potatoes, $1.30; Jas. Mc- Cann, wood, $6; J. Niblet, wood, $2; J. J. Chatterton relief, $44.69; Mc. Russett, milk, $5.04; John Box, groceries, $16; E. D. Osborne & Son, relief, $30.47; J. R. Mc
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1933-03-09
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Arnprior Chronicle 1933-03-09

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1933-03-23
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his address with many fromhis personal. knowledge and experiences in that garden. — first mention of Kew —Number 14- me _ARNPRIOR, ONT, THURSDAY, MARCH 28rd, 1933 Subscription—$2.00 per year in advance HeardAddress on ‘KewGarden|, Ae Exercise. Promptness_ In Securing Options | A heavy
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1933-03-23
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Arnprior Chronicle 1933-03-23

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1933-08-03
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, EATS - MissMary McGuire has. return- . - ‘ed home from NewYork-for ali ee holiday Period: ices }Proclamation ion “To,theCitizens ofthe=| ae Town: of:Arnprior: ‘Attherequestofalarge numberofcitizens.of the townof Arnprior 1declare ‘Monday,August %,1933 - A CIVICHOLIDAY and request all
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1933-08-03
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Arnprior Chronicle 1933-08-03

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1933-03-16
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chimney fire legalfirm of Osler, Hoskin and| Harcourt, and under. Mr. Britton. | He thenbecame. associated in. Q -— “ARNPRIOR,ONT.,THURSDAY, MARCH 6th, 1933 _ Fifty-Two Years Wedded -On Friday of last week, March Mr.-and Mrs. Charles Stavenow, celebrated quietly at their home on: Poole Sireet
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1933-03-16
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Arnprior Chronicle 1933-03-16

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1933-03-30
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:Weekly, ue Lawis ‘GlearintheMatt - cand onehalfinches. me “BeerWill Flowin U.S.A. with abung-starter. iow freely in. the. “THE[ARNPRIOR. CHRONICLE " Patario,Canada. aA the United: States, $2. oe ne -Arnprior. Chronicle af ‘PUBLISHED avery. Thursdayat. the:office,dohnStreet,“Amptior,: we
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1933-03-30
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Arnprior Chronicle 1933-03-30

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1928-02-03
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incentive to other must: pertaintoCanadian history,a] me express the wishthat -your. suc- -your markedability will bring to you pupils in the Arnprior schools.” Dr. Murphy Presides. - Dr. J. Ee Murphy, chairman ofthe board of education, presided and. he explained that: three budding orators were to
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1928-02-03
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Arnprior Chronicle 1928-02-03

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1955-02-03
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Rideau. W A Symington. Arn prior. A A McLean. Amprior; C Moore Renfrew s McCann. Pakenham Thr eight tram* holding lhe highest plus score. will compete la tr..ph> play for Thr Arnprior Chronicle Trophv Idrntity of thr iuck> eight had not brrn dretded when The- Chruntclr went to prrss QUALIFYING RESULTS
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Date
1955-02-03
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Arnprior Chronicle 1955-02-03

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1966-03-02
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News Mbses Lowe Torbolton WI Discusses Canadian Industries WOODLAWN Goshen News Canadian Industries Torbolton WI Discusses Passes At 93 Howard Blewett Lochwinnoch llw Cletitue Kav Camo Quality Furniture and Appliance* 27 Madawaska St. Arnprior PHONE 623-5050 CHRONICLE BRING QI'ICK irouji News of
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Date
1966-03-02
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Arnprior Chronicle 1966-03-02

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1944-03-02
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OFFICER STYLES GETS COMMISSION One Bright Spot in the World �THE Thurtday.JUrrAkxi.lM4 Opinions of Other Editors THE ARNPRIOR CHRONICLE Dees Inflation Mean to AifA/ TMI BKIVlNG I>fDt>»T»Y (OMTABIO) It’s a Small World �TfaraMj. fcn. fad. UM SALADA Save Waste Paper The Need is Desperate Heaven Can Wait
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Date
1944-03-02
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Arnprior Chronicle 1944-03-02

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1950-03-02
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THE ARNPRIOR CHRONICLE \2nd. 1M> » Council Accepts Offer of Waste Paper Containers Tlie Arnprior town council j They also spoke of the m tier held a special meeting on Thun ot a traffic island al the inter­ day night. , section of Daniel and M-rda- Council was Infornuvi of the I waska streets and
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Date
1950-03-02
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Arnprior Chronicle 1950-03-02

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1938-02-03
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*p)endi<1 *ucee*». hundred* of local r help, fin- and' <>ut*ide people being attracted . d man to affair River Skater Tears Face On Wire �Two THE ARNPRIOR CHRONICLE (the Arnprinr dfjrunirk W. H. M
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1938-02-03
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Arnprior Chronicle 1938-02-03

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1949-02-03
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THE ARNPRIOR CHRONICLE. SEVENTIETH YEAR—No. 5 ARNPRIOR, ONTARIO. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3rd, 1949 $2.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Ernest Baird Of Woodlawn Victim Unit Directors Elect President JIM MUNRO WAS 88 ON MONDAY RoT who one and James Ray and Wilson. who were driv- 1930 model coupe just Of Tragedy At
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1949-02-03
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Arnprior Chronicle 1949-02-03

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1961-03-02
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chosen winners of the eight students who participated that evening. — Chronicle Photo ONE OF EASTERN ONTARIO'S FOREMOST WEEKLIES . ARNPRIOR, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 2 Committed For Trial Remanded to March 6 A five-man coroner’s jury ...found Tuesday night at Ottawa that Ernest Gerald Hicks, 40
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1961-03-02
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Arnprior Chronicle 1961-03-02

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1939-03-02
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able stamping out before very long. The situation in Arnprior istypicalofthe fallacy of this carefully discriminated disposition of gov­ ernment advertising. The Chronicle, as an in­ dependent newspaper, and as the only weekly paper in the Municipality, is read by hard bitten adherents to Liberal and
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1939-03-02
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Arnprior Chronicle 1939-03-02

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1933-10-19
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| vice; the: presentation| was made] high” mass was sung by.Rev. J. Te Warnock, P.P., and in the. sanc- "ARNPRIOR, ONT., THURSDAY, OCTOBER.19, 1933 Subseription—$2.00 per year in advance Present | Prizesj in Juniors’Contests Ata Regular Meeting of Hortieultural: Society _ M fonday Evening At
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1933-10-19
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Arnprior Chronicle 1933-10-19

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