- CA BWGPL WEG-Sch-OS10297-2016-11-18-01
"The Trustees of School Section No. 6, West Gwillimbury are asking for tenders for re-modelling of the old school, also for building a new school. For plans and specifications apply to T.D. Stoddart. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accept...
George Stoddart is getting better
- CA BWGPL WEG-Sch-OS10297-2016-11-18-08
"We are informed that Mr. Geo. Stoddart who met with an accident at our school house, and who is at the Toronto General Hospital, is able to move himself around in an easy chair."
- CA BWGPL WEG-Sch-OS10297-2016-11-18-02
"Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to the 20th July, 1908, for the erection of a new School House in S.S. No. 6, West Gwillimbury. For plans and specifications apply to T.D. Stoddart."
George Stoddart in hospital
- CA BWGPL WEG-Sch-OS10297-2016-11-18-06
"Mr. Geo. Stoddart, who is in the General Hospital, Toronto, continues in a very critical condition. Besides a broken leg other troubles of an inward nature have developed and the latest reports have not been encouraging."
George Stoddart healing
- CA BWGPL WEG-Sch-OS10297-2016-11-18-05
"Dr. Bruce, of Toronto, was called here, professionally, on Saturday afternoon last to see Mr. Geo. W. Stoddart who had sustained a broken leg, at the ankle, a few days previously. The Dr. arrived here in his auto and remained a little more than a...
Accident - George Stoddart
- CA BWGPL WEG-Sch-OS10297-2016-11-18-04
"Yesterday afternoon Mr. Geo. Stoddart met with a serious accident. He was working on the new school building at Middleton, and the scaffold on which he was standing at the time gave way precipitating him, and Mr. Fred McKay, to the ground a dista...
- CA BWGPL WEG-Sch-OS10297-2016-11-18-03
"Mr. Geo. Stoddart has been awarded the contract of the Middleton School, which is to be either of cement of brick and finished by Dec. 1st."
Newmarket Metropolitan Railway
- CA BWGPL LHC-Tpor-2016-11-17-04-2016-11-17-03
The Metropolitan railway was a streetcar project which was to extend up to Bond Head through Bradford. Newspapers reported in 1900 that citizens would welcome this track through the towns, although it was a costly endeavour:
"The residents of the ...