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Hornby Canopy


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  • Albert Neilson Hornby (Blackburn, Lancashire, 10 February 1847 - 17 December 1925 in Nantwich, Cheshire) was one of the best known sportsmen in England during the nineteenth century excelling in both rugby and cricket.
    canopy
  • Cover or provide with a canopy
  • the transparent covering of an aircraft cockpit
  • the umbrellalike part of a parachute that fills with air
  • cover with a canopy

Anonymous pays keen attention to Occupy Vancouver Order (Pursuant to Vancouver fire by-law no. 8191)
Anonymous pays keen attention to Occupy Vancouver Order (Pursuant to Vancouver fire by-law no. 8191)
Order (Pursuant to Vancouver fire by-law no. 8191) to: As a Representative of Occupy Vancouver, Grounds of 750 Hornby Street, Vancouver, BC, V6Z 2H7 [wait, Occupy has its own postal code? That feels somehow validating!] The premises Occupied by you to wit, Assembly located at 750 Hornby St Vancouver, BC, legally known as Plan 15322, New Westminster Land District, blks 51, 61 & 71 DL 541 PLN - 14423 Assessment includes improvements on 026-602-124-04 & 12 & 14 & 1-6 & 56 026-604-124-24 (exc. leased) Inspected on the 03 day of November 20011. THE INSPECTION REVEALED THAT: Vancouver fire by-law, Sentence 1.4.41.(1) - it is the opinion of the Fire Chief a condition exists at 750 Hornby Street, Vancouver, BC which endangers life and poses a risk of injury or loss by fire due to; 1. The lack of secure and safe means of egress and access ways within any large tarpaulin structure containing secondary tent structures. 2. The use of open flame and/or flammable heat source. 3. The storage and use of propane or other fuel sources. THEREFORE, pursuant to the authority vested in me in accordance with Clauses 1.4.4.1.(1) and Article 1.4.4.2.(1)(d), 1.4.4.2.(1)(e), 1.4.4.2.(1)f), 1.4.4.2.(1)(g) and 1/4/4/2/(1)(j) of Vancouver Fire By-law No. 8191, you are HEREBY ORDERED TO: 1. Remove all tarpaulin enclosures or erect overhead tarps as canopies providing full visibility and appropriate egress and access routes. 2. Provide, alter or improve a continuous path of travel to all individual tents within all tarpaulin structures. 3. Identify for Fire Safety Inspectors all tents that are occupied. 4. Remove all unoccupied tents. 5. Provide appropriate spacing between the tents to reduce/eliminate fire spread and smoke exposure. 6. Remove all open flame and/or flammable heat sources. 7. Ensure no propane or other fuel sources are located on this site. 8. Comply with any other provision of Vancouver Fire Bylaw 8191. The work involved in this Order must be completed on or before: Immediately. John McKearney, General Manager/Fire Chief
Minnie Deininger, Della Hornby and Rosie Deininger
Minnie Deininger, Della Hornby and Rosie Deininger
Della Hornby, Rosie Deininger, Minnie Deininger (center front). Minnie (Deininger) Bohnsack is my great-grandmother. Rosie (Deininger) Jowaski is her sister. I don't know the relationship between Della Hornby and the two sisters. I think this picture was taken about 1913. Minnie was married in 1916 at age 18. She's obviously younger in this picture.

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