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The Globe 1908-06-22 1 Burk's Falls fire-swept; over thirty buildings gone.|In a high windstorm flames rushed over main street of town.|Many people are homeless.|The fire believed to have started in drying kiln of the Knight Co.|Two hotels, many business houses and dwelling and the Anglican Church destroyed--Telegraph wires in the town were burned--An appeal for aid to Huntsville, which sent up its fire brigade on a special train--No estimate on losses, but they will be heavy, while the insurance, it is believed, is light.
The Globe 1908-06-22 3 Burk's Falls fire-swept.
The Globe 1908-06-22 5 For Muskoka, Lake of Bays and Parry Sound.
The Globe 1908-06-22 9 A train cancelled.|Accident on Temiskaming & Northern Ontario.|Cobalt special, due in Toronto on Sunday morning, failed to arrive--New G. T. R. timetable not popular with North Bay people.
The Globe 1908-06-23 9 The Lake Shore Express.|Canadian Northern Express from Parry Sound to Sudbury.
The Globe 1908-06-24 9 Grand Trunk Railway continues to lead to Muskoka.
The Globe 1908-06-25 2 C.N.R. at Sudbury
The Globe 1908-06-25 12 It was a fatal sleep.|David Gilmore lay down by track, engine struck him.|Thomas O'Leary, his companion, was injured--Had intended to beat their way on a Grand Trunk freight train.
The Globe 1908-07-04 13 New line to Sudbury.|Canadian Northern Railway route open.The original James Bay Railway scheme so far completed--Moose Mountain Iron Mines linked to Toronto by the new line.
The Globe 1908-07-16 5 Cobalt special ditched.|Jumped rails near Bradford early yesterday morning.|Engineer Meeking and Fireman Garrett, both of Barrie, were seriously injured, and latter may die--No passengers were hurt.
The Globe 1908-07-17 12 Fireman dead.
The Globe 1908-10-07 5 Three railway men killed.
The Globe 1908-10-16 3
The Globe 1908-10-22 3

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