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"46th Battalion Pipe Band"

  • R-B14134
  • Item
  • 1917

"46th Battalion Pipe Band". Members of the band posing with their instruments. Commanding Officer Lt.-Col. H. J. Dawson is centre, front row.

Scenes of destruction from bombs in northern France

  • R-A19343 (1)-(6)
  • Item
  • between 1914 and 1918

Items are postcard views that show scenes of destruction from bombs in northern France, a German tank captured at Amiens, France. 1914-1918.

Canada Carries On! Wings of Youth

Newsreel: A 2 part newsreel (see FILM R-4036 and FILM R-4037) on Canada's contribution to the British Commonwealth Air Training Programme. Describes the techniques used to train men as pilots, gunners, navigators, airplanes mechanics, and bombardiers. Includes scenes of men training in the Link Flight Trainer flight simulators; World War 1 dogfights; different types airplanes including Avro Ansons, North American Harvards and Fairey Battles; Air Marshal Billy Bishop. Lorne Greene is the narrator. Also included is a 2 minute item entitled CANADA INCREASES PARACHUTE OUTPUT FOR EMPIRE FLIERS. Describes the Canada's effort to increase parachute production when demand grows as men graduate fron the British Commonweath Air Training Programme and are sent to the war front. Includes scenes of people manufacturing and packing parachutes. CAUTION - EXTREME SHRINKAGE - DO NOT PROJECT!!

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Yorkton Enterprise

Item consists of the January 8, 1914 issue for The Yorkton Enterprise.

Headlines within issue include: Optimism the keynote at first council; Electric light off for 3 weeks; 25 lawyers made King's council; C.N.R. Yorkton branch to be rushed to Regina; Good collections in Wallace R.M.; Our men of affairs; 65 per cent of taxes collected; Farmers and townsmen at festive board; Record year at Yorkton post office; Temperance forces consider action unfair; Letters to the Editor; Topics of local and general interest

Enterprise Publishing Company (Yorkton, Sask.)

Yorkton Enterprise

Item consists of the March 12, 1914 issue for The Yorkton Enterprise.

Headlines within issue include: Over 500 pupils in attendance at public schools; Yorkton rinks win at Canora; Parcel post limit raised to 11 pounds; Miss Felton and the Allen Players in The Woman; Simpson school report; Annual meeting and banquet of board of trade; Saskatchewan news; The Allen Players in The Woman; Citizens' Bonspiel opens tomorrow; Splendid concert of choral society; Game licenses bring $18000; Experimental farm has been petitioned for; Canadian national ideal wanted; A.H. Ball on future of Saskatchewan; Vagaries of Lent are now plainly explained to us; New industries may locate at Yorkton; Build the court house; Good roads; Religious census of Yorkton; Scott's bogus promises exposed; Classified advertisements; Reminiscences of Yorkton pioneers; The Holy City; Grazing of Dominion Forest reserves; All the district happenings and topics of interest to agriculturists; Topics of local and general interest

Enterprise Publishing Company (Yorkton, Sask.)

Yorkton Enterprise

Item consists of the April 30, 1914 issue for The Yorkton Enterprise.

Headlines within issue include: Tomorrow is clean-up day in Yorkton; Town football league formed; Bank officials impressed with town; Victoria Day celebration; What the council did this week; Preparing for big conference; Farmers trip to Saskatoon; $100000.000 of insurance in force; Fair will be bigger and better than ever; Talented artists appear here May 1; Grand union field day; Horticultural Society formed; Ten years ago; Drunken brawl results in fine; Lawns and trees to be protected; Sports ground will be improved; Ideal creamery welcomed here; Will complete C.N.R. to Yorkton this year; Lack of interest in education; Classified advertisements; Build an auditorium skating rink; Free trade in wheat; The duties of citizenship; Functions of a Board of Trade; Letters to the Editor; Social and personal; Commission to investigate implement companies; Grain storage capacity in 1913 49294000 bus.; Hospital ladies' aid concert; All the district happenings and topics of interest to agriculturists; Topics of local and general interest

Enterprise Publishing Company (Yorkton, Sask.)

Yorkton Enterprise

Item consists of the May 28, 1914 issue for The Yorkton Enterprise.

Headlines within issue include: Subscription of $15000 for Lutherans; Cabinet ministers invited to Yorkton; New fire hall may be erected; I.H.C. leaders in town league; Choral society's good showing; Bigger and better fair than ever; Victoria Day celebration a great success; District football league schedule; Cases heard at District Court; Council sets 1914 rate at 15 mills; An acknowledgement; Improvement of roads undertaken; Winners of Monday's races; Yorkton holds Wanderers to a scoreless tie; Classified advertisements; The Methodist Conference; The roads question; The need of a school nurse; Street sprinkling; Help for widow and fatherless; Methodist conference programme; Keep up the good work; Social and personal; Subscription of $15000 for Lutherans; Present day problems for Western Canada; All the district happenings and topics of interest to agriculturists; Topics of local and general interest

Enterprise Publishing Company (Yorkton, Sask.)

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