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appeared in Fenelon Falls Gazette, 1 Jul 1904, p. 4, column 4


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Miss Bird Clark, of Kinmount, is visiting her home at the Falls.

Miss Elsa Whytall is home from Toronto on a visit to her parents.

Miss Lily Wilson came home on Saturday from the Ladies' College, Whitby.

Miss Fanny McDiarmid came home this week on a visit from the State of Delaware.

Miss Ella Austin came home from Kinmount on Saturday, and returned on Wednesday.

Mrs. James Dickson and her daughters left on Thursday for their summer residence at Rosedale.

Mrs. W.D. Stacey left on Wednesday for a week's visit to relatives at Lindsay and Cambray.

Mrs. Stephen Nevison and her daughter, Mrs. Herbert Gill, both of Lindsay, were at the Falls on Tuesday afternoon.

Mrs. J. Gourlais, of Lindsay, is at the Falls, visiting her daughter, Mrs. M. W. Brandon, and will remain for a few days.

Mr. Grover J. Kerr came home on Thursday of last week, and Mr. Wilfred Wilson on Friday, from Albert College, Belleville.

Miss Ethel Kelly, of Toronto, was at the Falls from Saturday until Monday, visiting her grand-parents, Mr. & Mrs. John Quibell.

Mrs. T. D. Delamere and family were at the Falls on Wednesday, and left on the Kawartha for their summer cottage on Birch Island.

Mrs. Bowhey and Mrs. T. L. Junkin and daughter Clara have gone on a visit to friends at Brighton, and will remain for a couple of weeks.

Dr. and Mrs. White, of Kinmount, accompanied by their infant daughter, drove to the Falls on Sunday morning, spent the afternoon at Mr. A. Clark's, and returned home in the evening.

Mrs. W. S. Scott, of Toronto, and her sister-in-law, Miss Scott, came to the Falls last week, and are occupying Mr. Scott's summer cottage on Cameron Lake, where he will join them in the course of a few days.

Mr. James Dickson, D.L.S., left on Wednesday to survey some townships at the east end of Lake Winnepegosis, and is not likely to be home until November. His daughter, Miss Agnes, accompanied him as far as Toronto.

Mr. Dennis Twomey returned on Friday last from Northern Alberta, after an absence from home of between four and five years. His health, which was very delicate when he left, is completely re-established, and we and his numerous other friends are glad to see him looking as well as he ever did in his life.


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Genealogical Resource
Newspaper
Item Type:
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Notes:
Elsa Whytall
Lily Wilson
Fanny McDiarmid
Ella Austin
James Dickson, Mrs.
W. D. Stacey, Mrs.
Stephen Nevison, Mrs.
Herbert Gill, Mrs.
J. Gourlais
M. W. Brandon, Mrs.
Grover J. Kerr
Wilfred Wilson
Ethel Kelly
John Quibell, Mr. & Mrs.
T. D. Delamere, Mrs.
Bowhey, Mrs.
T.L. Junkin, Mrs.
Clara Junkin
Dr. White & Mrs.
A. Clark
W. S. Scott
James Dickson, D.L.S.
Agnes Dickson
Dennis Twomey
Date of Publication:
1 Jul 1904
Last Name(s):
Clark
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