Brock University Digital Repository
Brock University’s Digital Repository is an online archive showcasing and preserving the Brock community’s scholarly output as well as items from the Library’s Special Collections and Archives. Researchers can disseminate their work by depositing it in this Open Access repository, which provides free, immediate access to users while also allowing Brock scholars to track downloads and views of their scholarship.
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Communities in Brock University Digital Repository
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The Times (Niagara-on-the-Lake)Pickwell Bros., 1896-05-14J. De W. Randall, meteorological observer for the government, includes the daily readings of his thermometer of the highs and lows of the temperature; obituary of Mrs. A. MacMurray; a letter to the editor stating that something must be done to keep the cows off the streets of Niagara; a page-long sermon from Rev. Dr. Talmage; an article summarizing reports of various counties across Ontario; Chapter 21 of “Lord Killeen’s Revenge”; an advice column on farming; an article on etiquette for bicycle riders; report from the Queenston Public School including student names and grades;
The Times (Niagara-on-the-Lake)Pickwell Bros., 1896-05-07The Queen’s Royal Hotel to open June 18th; an article noting many new buildings coming to Niagara this spring, includes names of buildings being repaired; Chapter 20 of “Lord Killeen’s Revenge”; an article on the increasing number of women taking up smoking; an article on the first formal reception of the new Emperor of China; a page-long sermon from Rev. Dr. Talmage; Niagara to transmit electricity to Buffalo; an advice column on farming; an update on the latest Niagara Township Council meeting; By-Law No. 385 posted: to regulate the hours of closing of Grocery, Wine Merchants and Butcher Shops within the Town of Niagara;
The Times (Niagara-on-the-Lake)Pickwell Bros., 1896-04-30Niagara High School Reports published for the Easter term, including names of students; an article on the life of Count Von Bismark; a Swedish expedition to the Arctic Ocean is planned; a follow up article on Niagara’s progress over the past five years, recommending improvements to be made around town; Chapter 19&20 of “Lord Killeen’s Revenge”; a page-long sermon from Rev. Dr. Talmage; an advice article for bicycle riders;
The Times (Niagara-on-the-Lake)Pickwell Bros., 1896-04-23Several notes that the use of bicycles has significantly increased in Niagara; an update on the Niagara Council’s last meeting, including a list of financial accounts and communications; Chapter 18&19 of “Lord Killeen’s Revenge”; an article titled “Niagara: The Progress Made by this Old Historical Town in Five Years”; H. H. Holmes to be executed May 7th; a page-long sermon from Rev. Dr. Talmage; a new Czar to be crowned in Russia May 26th, article explains the celebrations expected prior; an advice article on motherhood; an article calling for a curfew for children in Niagara due to the rampant number of noisy children playing outside late at night
The Times (Niagara-on-the-Lake)Pickwell Bros., 1896-04-16An update on the Easter Fair that took place at the school; obituary of Mr. Robert Murray; a page-long sermon from Rev. Dr. Talmage; an article about a trunk that was abandoned with a corpse inside; an article on cat superstitions; a column on household advice; an article on H. H. Holmes who confessed to murdering 27 people in Philadelphia; Chapter 17&18 of “Lord Killeen’s Revenge”;