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Gaelic Old Smuggler Scotch, 1914

Montreal Daily Star, 27 November 1914, page 7

Ask for Gaelic Old Smuggler Scotch and insist upon getting it!


Hickey-Paulin(e) Wedding, Victoria, 1906

Victoria Colonist, 21 June 1906, page 2

Hickey-Pauline – The pretty church of St Luke’s, Cedar Hill, was the scene of a quiet little wedding yesterday afternoon when Nellie, the youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs F Pauline, of Oak Bay, was united in the holy bonds of matrimony to Daniel Louis Hickey, the well known electrician of Seattle. 66 more words


What girls may do - Independent Girl is a Valuable Worker, Montreal, 1914

Montreal Daily Star, 13 October 1914, page 11.

What Girls May Do

Independent Girl is Valuable as Worker

By Jessie Roberts

There are several opinions concerning the woman who is not obliged to earn a living, and who yet fills a salaried position. 268 more words


Fashion Hints, Montreal, 1914

Montreal Daily Star, 13 October 1914, page 11

Fashion Hints

By Lillian E Young

Don’t you think to-day’s sketch offers attractive suggestions for the making of your new embroidered or brocaded satin that you are planning for the season’s dressy afternoon gown?  305 more words


Marriage of Ida Hicks and Philip McLaughlin, Montreal, 1914

Montreal Daily Star, 17 October 1914, page 2.


The marriage of Miss Ida Evelyn Hicks, daughter of Mrs M Hicks, Argyle Ave, Westmount, to Dr Philip J McLaughlin, of Bridgeport, Conn., was quietly celebrated at a quarter to eight this morning in St Leo’s Church, which was decorated for the occasion with yellow chrysanthemums and palms. 89 more words


In Appreciation of the Suffragettes, 2018

I was approached in late 2017 about my grandfather’s cousin, Maude Smith, who was a suffragette, for information about her, her family, and the location of photographs for a series of specials planned in Britain about the suffragettes in honour of the centenary of the women’s vote.  391 more words


To Robert Burns, [bad poetry] 1918

Montreal Gazette, 22 July 1918, page 3

To Robert Burns

“Bard of Caledonia”

(Gaed ayent the Bourne July 21, 1796)

O Scottish Bard! Hoo happy, syne, were ye… 124 more words