Halton Hills and North Halton newspapers
Georgetown Herald (Georgetown, ON), 9 Sep 1903, p. 3

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Miss Rose Kay; Mrs. Gamble, Listowel; Robert Bennett, Orillia; Mrs. C. Russell, Philadelphia; Miss Lily Nelson, Acton; Miss Etta Claridge; Stewart, Ailsa Craig; Mrs. Tyler; C.C. Roe; C.L. Gamble, Toronto; Robert Leslie; J.A. Glass and boys, Durham; Mr. and Mrs. A.H. McConnell, Guelph; Mrs. H.H. Dalrymple; Duncan Curtis, Barrie; Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Morton and family; Major W.P. Moore; A.E. Davis; Mr. and Mrs. A.H. Baird, Palmerston; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Garbutt; Rev. Dr. Warriner; Congregational parsonage; Ernest Young, North Bay; Mr. and Mrs. B. Grinyer, Stratford; Mrs. W. MacAlsiter; Mr. and Mrs. Blunden; Miss Alena Shea, Forest; Master Hume Bessey, East Toronto; Miss Violet Williams; Mrs. T.J. Leslie and Miss Mary Leslie, Banner; Jas. Leslie; John Baird and Miss Baird; Fuenral of the late Mrs. John Alliston; W.H. Eobage; John Glassey; Miss Clara Gane; Jas. Hughson; A.F. Dick, editor, Brampton Banner; W.I. Dick, Milton; Will Papst; Miss Harriet M. Leslie; Miss Hattie Campbell, Glenwilliams; Miss Kathleen Robinson; Sophia Robinson; T. Ramshaw, Toronto Junction; Mrs. Johnston, Milbrook; Mrs. Dayfot; Baptist church; J.M. Prentiss; Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Groves; Peter Laird; John Armstrong, Reeve of New Liskeard; Armstrong; Toronto Exhibition; J.W. Bengough, Toronto; Mr. and Mrs. B.J. O'Neill; J.N. O'Neill, Georgetown; B.W. King; King Construction Company, Toronto and Georgetown; Florists Convention, Toronto; Alexander McPhee; St. Joseph's Hospital, Guelph; Campbellville Public School; Palermo; Captain M. Beattie; Lorne Rifles; Royal School of Infantry, Toronto; F.B. Goodwillie

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9 Sep 1903
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