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Agreement between John E. Stewart and Angus McKay
Agreement between John E. Stewart and Angus McKay
Document reading "Know all men by these presents that I John E. Stewart of Prince Albert in the North West Territories Clerk for [?] good causes and considerations have made constituted and appointed and by these Presents do make constitute and appropriate Angus McKay of Prince Albert aforesaid clerk my true and lawful attorney for me and in my name to make sale and convey or otherwise dispose of all and singular those certain parcels or tracts of land [?] lying and being in Prince Albert aforesaid and being lots number seventeen (17) eighteen (18) and nineteen (19) in Block Three (3) as shewn on on a map or plan of the said town drawn by Montaque Aldous D.L.S. date the Twenty ninth day of April as 1882 a copy of which is duly filed in the Registry Office in and for the District of Prince Albert and all my interests herein and [?] receipts for the purchase money and [?] seal and execute and as my act and deed, acts and deeds, deliver good sufficient and valid deed of conveyance and assurance for conveyance the said premises or any part thereof to any purchaser or purchasers at the same his her or their heirs and [?] with power to permit the purchase money or any part thereof to remain unpaid for whatever time and upon whatever security my said attorney shall [?] safe and proper. And also for me and in my name to commence and prosecute any action or action, suit or suits as well as all personal and mixed or otherwise in any court of law or Equity in the said Territories in relation to the said premises and the same to prevent and follow or discontinue as my said attorney shall outfit. And generally for me and in my name to do perform and execute all and whatsoever shall be requisite and necessary to be done in and about the premises as fully and effectively to all interests and purposes as I myself or could do if personally present hereby promises to ratify and confirm all and whatsoever my said attorney shall lawfully do or cause to be done by value of these presents. In witness whereof I have herewith set my hand and seal this twenty second day of August is the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty-three. Signed Sealed and Delivered in the presence of A McKay - John E. Stewart" with red seal at right, Written on back: "Dated 22nd Aug 1883 John E. Stewart to Angus McKay Power of Attorney - McLean and Elliot Prince Albert N.W.T. - Canada North West Territories William McKay Battleford in said Territories - Clerk make oath and say 1) That I was personally present and desire the witness instrument and duplicated thereof duly signed sealed and executed by John E. Stewart on of the parties thereof 2) That the said Instrument and duplicated were executed at Battleford aforesaid 3) That I know the said party 4) That I am a subscribing witness of the said Instrument and duplicated - Sworn before me at Prince Albert aforesaid this 22nd day of August A.D. 1883 W. McKay - Wm. Laurie [?] Public, North West Territories"
Agreement between John E. Stewart and Angus McKay
Agreement between John E. Stewart and Angus McKay
Document reading "Know all men by these Presents - [?] I John E. Stewart of Prnice Albert in the North West Territories, Clerk for [?] good causes and considerations, have made consistent and appropriate and by these Presents do make considerate and appropriate Angus McKay of Prince Albert [?] clerk by him and lawful attorney for me and in my name to make sale of and country[?] or [?] [?] of all and [?] these certain parcels or lots of land situate [?] and [?] in Prince Albert [?] and being lots numbers sections (17) [?] (18) and [?] (19) in Block three (3) as show on a map or plan of the same town drawn by [?] [?] [?] dated this Twenty-ninth day of April A.D. 1882 a copy of which is duly filed in the [?] office in and for the District of Prince Albert, and all my [?] herein, and to sign receipts for the purchase money and to [?]seal and [?] and as may act and deal, acts and deals, deliver goods sufficient and [?] deeds of confidence and assurance for [?] the [?] [?] or any [?] [?] to any purchaser or [?] of the name his her or theirs and [?] with proven to permit the [?] [?] money or any [?] transfer to remain [?] for whatever time and from whatever [?] any [?] [?] shall [?] safe and [?] and also for [?] and in my name to [?] and [?] any action or actions, suit or suits; and well as real as personal and mixed or alternative in any Court of law or Equity in the same Territories in relation to the same provisions and the same to [?] and follow or [?] as many [?] attorney shall see fit and generally for me and in my name to do perform and execute all and [?] shall be requisite and necessary to be done in and bout the [?] as fully and efficiently to all intents and [?] as I [?] or could do if personally present; [?] promising to ratify and confirm all and whatever my same [?] shall lawfully do or cause to be done by [?] of these Present - In [?] whereof I have here [?] my hand and seal this twenty second day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty three. Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of Wm McKay and John E. Stewart" with red seal at right, On back page: "Canada, North West Territories - I William McKay of Battleford Prince Albert[crossed out] in [?] Territories - To whit make oath and [?] that I was personally present and did see the written [?] and [?] thereof duly signed, sealed and executed by John E. Stewart one of the parties [?] - (2) That I [?] [?] and [?] [?] executed at Battleford [?] - (3) That I have the [?] [?] - (4) That I am [?] [?]to the [?] [?] and duplicate - [?] before me at Prince Albert [?] this 22nd day of August A.D. 1883 - Wm. McKay - [?] [?] [?] North West Territories - Dated 22 Aug 1883, John E. Stewart to Angus McKay Power of Attorney - McLean and Elliot, Prince Albert, N.W.T."
Agreement regarding sale of land
Agreement regarding sale of land
Document reading "This is to certify that we the undersigned have this ninth day of December agreed to sell our right, title and claim to the NE 1/4 Sec of Sec No. 30 and the South half of the NE 1/4 of Sec 31 in Township 10 + Range 4 West in the County of Marquette, Manitoba for the [?] pf one hundred and twenty five dollars to be paid to us as follows names, Fifty dollars to be paid to us in goods from the H.B. Co + the balance Seventy Five dollars to be paid to us in Cash upon our signing the documents of transfer for the said property to Duncan Sinclair of Manitoba - Witnesses Angus McKay, James H. Simpson - her mark Elise Janvier X, his mark Louisson Janvier X"
Agreement template
Agreement template
Document reading "Fort a la Corne, Sask., N.W.T. Jany 6th 1897 - I hereby certify that Fill in description of land giving 1/4 Sec Tp and Range not chargeable with any arrears of taxes charges, rates or assessments and that said land has never been sold for taxes, nor any part thereof (must sign here)___, Treasurer for - For Jas. McKay, Advocate Prince Albert, N.W.T. - within which above land we situate"
Air Force photographs
Air Force photographs
Pictures of Saskatoon men who fought with the Air Force, including some posed with planes, and many in full regimental uniform., AirWar
Air Ronge Saskatchewan
Air Ronge Saskatchewan
Site plans of Air Ronge. Various annotations of have been made, showing where certain people living in this small northern village.
Air Ronge, Saskatchewan
Air Ronge, Saskatchewan
Site plans for the small village of Air Ronge. Some of the lots have been shaded in, and other annotations have been added, including vacant lots, the names of people who own lots and others.
Allan Katona, left, Derby truck driver Larry Simon and Kelly Stevens, Corning
Allan Katona, left, Derby truck driver Larry Simon and Kelly Stevens, Corning
Image of three men (from left to right: Allan Katona, Larry Simon, Kelly Stevens" standing in front of a truck labelled "Derby transport ltd. Weyburn Sask. ICC MC 145807 47" man in center wears an "Esso Stoughton Bulk ___" hat, and man to right wears an "Avenge Wild Oat Herbicide" hat and "POOL" jacket - label affixed to slide reads "Allan Katona, left, Derby truck driver Larry Simon and Kelly Stevens, Corning - Special grain pick up project at Corning 08/88" in blue ink
Amputations Association of the Great War, 1932
Amputations Association of the Great War, 1932
Correspondence regarding a resolution relative to the proper observance of Remembrance Day., PresidentWar ; Returned Soldiers
Amulet
Amulet
Aerial photograph of a small town. A church, grain elvators and dwellings are visible with an expanse of farmland in the background.
An Act Further to Amend "The Indian Act", Chapter Forty-three of the Revised Statutes
An Act Further to Amend "The Indian Act", Chapter Forty-three of the Revised Statutes
Document reading "An Act Further to Amend "The Indian Act", Chapter Forty-three of the Revised Statutes. "134. No official or employee connected with the inside or outside service of the Department of Indian Affairs, and no missionary in the employ of any religious denomination, or otherwise employed in mission work among Indians, and no school teacher on an Indian reserve, shall trade with any Indian, or sell to him directly or indirectly, any goods or supplies, cattle or other animals." "2. In Manitoba and the Northwest Territories, no person or persons shall be allowed on an Indian Reserve to barter, directly or indirectly, with any Indian, or sell to him any goods or supplies, cattle or other animals - without the special license in writing of the Superintendent General, which license he may at any time revoke" "3. Every offender against the provisions of this section shall be liable to a fine equal in amount to double the sum received for the goods, supplies, cattle or other animals sold, and in addition to the costs of prosecution before a police magistrate, a stipendiary magistrate, a justice of the peace of the Indian agent of the locality where the offence occurs; and the evidence of the Indian to whom the sale was made, and the production to, or view by, the magistrate or Indian agent of the article or animals sold, shall be sufficient evidence on which to convict." "135. Any offender sentenced by a magistrate or Indian agent, under any provision of this Act or any amendment thereof, to the payment of a penalty or of costs, or of both, shall, in default of payment, but liable to imprisonment, notwithstanding that such provision does not expressly authorize such imprisonment to be imposed in the event of non-payment of the penalty; but by the term of such imprisonment shall not exceed that to which the offender may be sentenced for the offense"
An Olio of Tried Recipes and Domestic Wrinkles
An Olio of Tried Recipes and Domestic Wrinkles
A recipe book compiled in aid of the Red Cross Society, sold for fifty cents., Fundraising

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