Item FC 3213 L55 002.014 - Toronto Mail Newspaper Clippings from 1888

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Toronto Mail Newspaper Clippings from 1888

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FC 3213 L55 002.014

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  • June 23, 1888 (Creation)
  • July 5, 1888 (Creation)

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Two (2) clippings from the Toronto Mail newspaper. Both are stapled to a sheet of paper. Typed on the reverse in red ink.

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Two clippings from the Toronto Mail, “North-West Drinks” June 23, 1888 and “The Whiskey Trader” July 5, 1888. Both are stapled to a sheet of paper. Typed on the reverse in red ink “File D42, 1888: LIQUOR LAW N.W.T. – ARTICLE IN TORONTO MAIL by ‘G’ re.”

Both articles are written by someone identifying themselves as 'G' and are reprinted from the New York Evening Post.

“North-West Drinks. / How the Liquor Law Works on the Prairies. / Prohibition in the North-West Territories – Substitutes for Liquor – The North-West Mounted Police and Their Work – Hunting Whiskey Traders – A Bootless Chase.”
“ ‘G’ writes as follows to the New York Evening Post from Fort McLeod, N.W.T.:”

“The Whiskey Trader. / How He Pursues His Calling In the Territories. / Looked Upon as a Desperate Character – How He Looks at the Law – His Methods – A Capture and an Escape – A Race for Freedom.”
“The following is ‘G.’s’ second letter to the New York Evening Post from Fort MacLeod, N.W.T.:”

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2011.002.014 Box 15. Bruce Peel Special Collections is part of the University of Alberta Libraries.

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