June 1898–Almonte Gazette
Miss Mary E. Craig, Playfair, is at home at present.
The weather is very cold for this time of the year.
Miss Rachel Scott, Fallbrooke, spent Sunday with her parents here.
On Sunday night we had quite a heavy thunderstorm and the rain fell
Miss Bedelia Craig has returned after spending a week with friends at Hopetown.
Miss Mary Reid, McDonald’s Corners, spent Saturday and Sunday at her home here.
A concert was held in Hood’s school on Friday evening last which was a great success.
Miss Maggie A. Duncan and her brother Master Alex, spent a few days with their friends here.
Mrs. J. A. Craig spent a few days of last week renewing old acquaintances round Dalhousie Lake.
Master Albert Reid is at present very ill with a sore throat. We hope Albert will soon be quite well again.
Mr. Jas. Barrie and his little daughter Susan visited friends in Carleton Place on Saturday and Sunday.
It is reported that Mr. Robert Sergeant has rented Mr. David Machan’s farm, and Mr. Machan intends erecting a new frame dwelling house on the farm for Mr. Sergeant’s use
Clipped from The Ottawa Journal, 10 Nov 1950, Fri, Page 3
Clipped from The Ottawa Journal, 18 May 1954, Tue, Page 10
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