Mrs. W. J. Rintoul has gone visit friends in Middleville and Darling.
Some of our young men have returned from the west to spend the winter in Ontario.
Mr. James I. Watt and Mr. David Rintoul treated some of their friends to a dinner on Christmas day.
A large load, principally ladies, went from this place to a concert at Harper. All report a good time.
Miss Forester of Westport has been engaged as teacher for the junior derpartment of Balderson for the ensuing term.
The temperance people in the township of Drummond are anxious to pass local option on the 6th of January.
Miss Carrie Watt, teacher, Snow Road, is spending her Christmas holidays with her parents of this place.
The Presbyterian Sunday School entertainment, held on the evening of the 26th, was a grand success. The program consisted of songs, recitations and dialogues. The musical part was well rendered by seven of the young men of this place, whom we call the string band of Balderson. There was also a debate from four of the same young men on the married life and single life. The married life came out best. The school house was crowded to overflowing, the proceeds amounting to $137.
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