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Photographs collected by Lynne Bayne

(1): Panoramic photograph of unidentified attendees at the First Annual Convention of the Hotel Keepers Association of the Dominion of Canada, Winnipeg, Manitoba, September 15 to 20, 1913. Image taken by Rembrandt Studio. Harold Bourne is believed to be the man with the moustache standing in the second row from the back, directly above the letter "H" in Hotel keepers, wearing a medal on his suit lapel.

(2): Panoramic photograph of unidentified members of No. 8, Canadian Stationary Hospital, C.E.F. (Canadian Expeditionary Force), ca. 1918. Harold Bourne is included in the image. Image taken by Finley, Saskatoon.

Rembrandt Studio

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 January 15, 1914 issue for The Yorkton Enterprise.

Headlines within issue include: $107578 worth of debentures disposed of; Swift Current to be 7th city; Strong protest against G.T.P. train service; Finals Friday in H.B. Competition; Our men of affairs; Horses classes for Saturday; Big attendance at normal school; Revenue from automobiles was $32028; Motoring in mid-January; Doctrine of the Single Tax; Mrs. McClung's visit to Yorkton; Yorkton leads in E. Sask. Hockey League; Classified Advertisements; Social and personal; Reminiscences of Yorkton pioneers; 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 January 22, 1914 issue for The Yorkton Enterprise.

Headlines within issue include: W. Grunert killed at Springside; Citizens want a municipal rink; Harbottle wins H.B. Competition; The newly-weds ably presented; Veterans defeated by 6-1 score; Conservatives will meet at Canora; Land taxation and its meaning; Hold up near Willowbrook; Our men of affairs; Big dramatic production Friday; The rosary capably presented; 943 homesteads patented last year; Banish the bar fight begins; Death of Lord Strathcona, High Commissioner; Methodists stand ready for union; All the district happenings and topics of interest to agriculturists; The Galician in Canada; The provincial tuberculosis sanitarium; Wynyard Hotel burned; Conservatives at Bredenbury strong; Social and personal; Reminiscences of Yorkton pioneers; Classified advertisements; Topics of local and general interest; Fox exports reached $200000

Enterprise Publishing Company (Yorkton, Sask.)

Yorkton Enterprise

Item consists of the January 29, 1914 issue for The Yorkton Enterprise.

Headlines within issue include: Town affairs to be fully investigated; Council's motion giving Bronfman property quashed; Footballers expect successful season; Our men of affairs; School affairs of Wallace R.M.; Creamery to be opened here; Tribute to memory of poet Burns; Bredenbury lost score 11 to 1; Principles of single tax clearly explained; Classified advertisements; F.R. Green describes conditions here; Gravstark well presented here; Social and personal; Letters to the editor; Reminiscences of Yorkton pioneers; All the district happenings and topics of interest to agriculturists; New method of co-operating with municipalities; Topics of local and general interest

Enterprise Publishing Company (Yorkton, Sask.)

Yorkton Enterprise

Item consists of the February 5, 1914 issue for The Yorkton Enterprise.

Headlines within issue include: Officials' reports considered by council; Big Clean-up at Melville Spiel; Four bears shot in wood pile; Wednesday was coldest day; Parcel post system starts on Tuesday; Our men of affairs; Organization meeting of conservatives; Firemen want combination chemical truck; Meeting to discuss lowering of York Lake; Religious census for Yorkton; Important work of R.N.W.M.P.; 30 pupils at the business college; Letters to the editor; Classified advertisements; Spurious ideals of democracy; Hockeyists made good showing at Melville; Social and personal; Reminiscences of Yorkton pioneers; Government live stock distribution; All the district happenings; Basket ball; Seed fair and poultry show; Topics of local and general interest

Enterprise Publishing Company (Yorkton, Sask.)

Yorkton Enterprise

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

Headlines within issue include: Must erect hospital or lose grant; Penitentiary at Prince Albert; Big hockey games arranged for; To lower level of York Lake; Pioneer merchant transferred to Lethbridge; $15000 grand stand and other improvements; Lutherans may locate college at Yorkton; Yorkton's fourth annual bonspiel Feb. 24 to 28; Canadian club loses secretary; Wire accepted until 9:30 daily; Warm wave strikes district; Improvements to pumping plant planned; Prize winners at seed fair; Parcel post inaugurated regulations; Classified advertisements; Children should attend the school nearest their home; Tom McNutt's speech; The public and school board; Our standard of living; Keep the window open; Where is marquette?; Cheaper transportation; A navy or merchant marine; Grain shipments traced from prairies to old country market; Winnipeg inspection system; Splendid type of elevator; Montreal's good facilities; Straight challenge to schoolboard; Compulsory law should be amended; Social and personal; Canadian club loses secretary; Basketball; W.C.T.U.; Reminiscences of Yorkton pioneers; 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 February 19, 1914 issue for The Yorkton Enterprise.

Headlines within issue include: Government will be asked to undertake work of lowering York Lake; Lutheran college comes to Yorkton; Grant of $500 made to conspiel; New telephone system April 1st; Saltcoats mystery cleared at last; Dr. McKenzie coming; Week's sitting of district court; The utilization of the scientific resources of Saskatchewan; Classified advertisements; Canada's National Parks: a tribute to Canadian Parks from The World Traveller de Luxe published at San Francisco; Additional school accommodation; A monumental scandal; The utilization of the scientific resources of Saskatchewan; Yorkton's fourth big annual bonspiel opens on Thursday; Theft cases at criminal court; Another cup for bonspiel; Night school students at home; Social and personal; Reminiscences of Yorkton pioneers; All the district happenings and topics of interest to agriculturists; Topics of local and general interest; Saltcoat game a poor exhibition

Enterprise Publishing Company (Yorkton, Sask.)

Yorkton Enterprise

Item consists of the February 26, 1914 issue for The Yorkton Enterprise.

Headlines within issue include: Fourth annual bonspiel now under weigh[way] --- Twenty visiting rinks competing; I.O.O.F. instituted at Bredenbury; Seed grain and poultry show March 3-4; New Catholic Missiom[mission]; Town staff reorganized by council; Yorkton destined to become great educational centre of Eastern Saskatchewan; Our men of affairs; Classified advertisements; Preeceville Tories organize; The spoliation of the Simpson school grounds; Gorgeous array of trophies and prizes for the bonspiel; Presentation to Mr. J.S. Smith; Shoal Lake wins out at Yorkton; Melville won great game over Regina; Social and personal; Reminiscences of Yorkton pioneers; 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 March 5, 1914 issue for The Yorkton Enterprise.

Headlines within issue include: Fourth annual bonspiel most successful event; To encourage mixed farming; St. Andrew's anniversary services; Board of Trade annual meeting tonight; New telephone for West District; Annual seed fair and banquet most successful; Six-foot test well to be sunk in gravel pit by town; R.M. councillors meet at Regina; Classified advertisements; Town planning; Be there; School attendance; Amendments to the Rural Municipality Act; The folly of homework; The salary increases; Tribute to F.W. Green; Onions; Description of New York by a Yorktonian; 106 banks in 1903, 537 banks in 1913; Trend in millinery shapes; The Fenian Raid bounty; Social and personal; Reminiscences of Yorkton pioneers; 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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