January 15, 1949

Fiction

THE QUARREL

Cross Country

Cross Country

Articles

The Amazing Career of George McCullagh

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Fiction

THE QUARREL

Winner of the $1,000 first prize in Maclean’s Story Contest
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Cross Country

Cross Country

COAL can be had for the taking this winter in Lillooet, where the stuff normally costs $25 a ton. But you have to bring your own truck. The Santa Claus is Manfred McGeer, Vancouver lawyer associated with the Hat Creek Coal Mines of Lillooet. A flood on Hat Creek last summer washed the overburden from several thousand tons of good-burning coal not far from the colliery, which has not operated since before the war.
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Articles

The Amazing Career of George McCullagh

At 43, McCullagh has already bought three papers, helped make two premiers and won a King’s Plate. Finding a millionaire partner helped, but it wasn’t the whole story
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Articles

BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA

Flax and Potatoes: the Farmer’s Orphans
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Fiction

Full Circle Round Shahli’s

Meet Nina, friend of rajahs, mandarins and Jimmie Biggs. Nina Fedorovna, aristocrat, lovely, vicious — never dull
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MAILBAG

Steaks: To Sear Or Not to Sear

I read with interest and some confusion your article “Don’t Be Cruel to Your Steak” (Dec. 1),particularly that section devoted to the importance of searing (“searing is absolutely essential,” etc.). I have just finished reading a pamphlet “Cooking Meat in Quantity,” published in 1944 by the authoritative Livestock and Meat Board’s Department of Home Economics .
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Articles

Why They Won’t Let You Have Television

We’re falling so far behind on TV we may never catch up. Ottawa balks the CBC and the CBC balks private showmen
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CANADIANECDOTE

The Vindication of Suzanne Pas-de-Nom

IN THE year 1803 William Conolly, a young Irish clerk in the service of the North West Company, who ultimately became a Chief Factor of the Hudson’s Bay Company, married in the Rat River country in the West a Cree maiden named Suzanne. They were married, as the phrase went, “according to the custom of the country”— that is, without book, bell, or candle.
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Articles

Arrangements By Cable

Canadian radio's miracle kid only tells people how good he is week ends. Other days they tell him
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PARADE

PARADE

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