Manitou Mercury - 1898-02-12 (1898)

An issue of the Manitou Mercury newspaper.

PMA_2012_002178

  • References to Pembina, Crystal City, La Rivière, McKenzie, Kingsley, Somerset and Valleyview.
Manitou Mercury - 1898-02-19 (1898)

An issue of the Manitou Mercury newspaper.

PMA_2012_002179

  • Reference to La Rivière, Altamont, Valleyview, McFadden and Morden.
Manitou Mercury - 1898-02-26 (1898)

An issue of the Manitou Mercury newspaper.

PMA_2012_002180

  • References to La Rivière, Somerset, Kaleida, McKenzie, Snowflake and Valleyview.
Manitou Mercury - 1898-03-10 (1898)

An issue of the Manitou Mercury newspaper.

PMA_2012_002181

  • References to Pembina, Silver Spring, Altamont and Somerset.
Manitou Mercury - 1898-03-17 (1898)

An issue of the Manitou Mercury newspaper.

PMA_2012_002182

  • References to La Rivière an Archibald.
Manitou Mercury - 1898-03-24 (1898)

An issue of the Manitou Mercury newspaper.

PMA_2012_002183

  • References to Kaleida and Kingsley.
Manitou Mercury - 1898-03-31 (1898)

An issue of the Manitou Mercury newspaper.

PMA_2012_002184

  • References to Kingsley, La Rivière, Kaleida, Windygates and Mowbray.
Manitou Mercury - 1898-04-07 (1898)

An issue of the Manitou Mercury newspaper.

PMA_2012_002185

  • References to Pembina, Mowbray and Archibald.
Manitou Mercury - 1898-04-14 (1898)

An issue of the Manitou Mercury newspaper.

PMA_2012_002186

  • References to Mowbray and Calf Mountain.
Manitou Mercury - 1898-04-21 (1898)

An issue of the Manitou Mercury newspaper.

PMA_2012_002187

  • References to Mowbray, Kingsley and Snowflake.
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Manitou's First Newspaper - 1884. Its editor, frustrated with the slow progress on the railline, loaded up his printing press in Pilot mound, where he had published the Signal for three years, and moved the newspaper to Manitou, the terminus of the rail line. Credit: Manitoba Legislative Library Collection