Carleton Place postcard— Bridge Street
An Englishman named James Brackenmore, assistant to the bricklayers on Maguire’s new block fell from the second floor to the first on Friday and broke a cellar window frame in the fall. He was knocked out for awhile, but no bones were broken and he expects to work in a day or two.
A spirited bay horse owned by Mr. Maguire of Carleton Place backed through a plate glass window on Monday with fatal results to the glass
Mr. Maguire’s new store is going to be a very fine one. The show windows are large and deep, the upper lights being of prism glass. The wood work is to be marbled gree. Messrs. Taber & Co will have a handsome premises.
Fire in 1904 in Carleton Place
Mr. A- W. Bell will rebuild again
as soon as possible, as well Mr.
Robt. McDiarmid, and very likely
Mr. Maguire will also, although not
yet fully decided.