The Wolseley News March 5, 1914
School report|Hockey|Wolseley bonspiel a big event|Language study|Temperance workers are busy in Manitoba|Apples a luxury in the states|Photographic bullets|Houses built without nails|Through German glasses|Frog consumption in Europe|Marketing eggs|The Mexican situation|German Admiral replies to Dewey|Will attend Japanese banquet|Bleached flour upheld|London Times will be penny paper|Appoint royal commission|Back from Antarctic|Typhoid vaccine|Marquis wheat in Arctic circles|U.S. immigration restriction|Proposed Negro kingdom|Many settler coming to Canada|Rapped Democrats first|Under railway commission|Saskatchewan fire loss in January|Not use Panama Canal|Great Britain will not exhibit|Crew rescued at sea|Boarding on Uncle Sam|Enterprise is lacking|Norwegian Centennial|Goose _______|Asks for interview|Lieutenant Pots to pilot airship|Appeal for money|auto pests registered|Opening of the big C.P.R. Dam|Weekly market report|Navy in trade dispute|Double window order|Petition for railway mail clerks|Quietly walk from burning school|Lord Murray investigation|American settlers for C.P.R. farms|Increase in steerage rates|King's physician arrives|More rifles than volunteers|Sunday School lesson|Will outfit at Winnipeg|Tango is being suppressed|Brigands capture Americans|Around town|Personal|Church notes|The baby did it|Points for mothers|When the King of Rome cried|What every mother should know|Plate baby can't push off table|Home remedies|Fancy frames|Household jottings|Good form|Improving the voice|Lady swimmers|What the postoffice does|Byron's queer eating habits|The stones of Gowrie|Cardamoms|For young folks|A natural sundial|Going to Jerusalem|Historical|The window at the white cat|Plenty of wood buffalo|Elizabeth Island|Knots and hours|Women soldiers|Seal stair builders|First bridge to cross the Rockies|Japan's great bronze bell|90000 personal records|Collapsible airship|Antiquities in danger|Testing of Canadian woods|Ancient Egyptians were ahead|The transportation of grain|Old warship discovered|National town-planning congress|Tamarack almost extinct|Founder of the Cunard Line|Have proven a success|District news: Greenville, Chering, Candiac, Deveron, Summerberry, Ellisboro
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