appeared in Fenelon Falls Gazette, 1 Jul 1904, p. 4, column 5
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Mr. James Fell has the cellar for his new house excavated, and will soon have the masons at work on the foundation.
Rev. Mr. Garbutt will preach his farewell sermon here on Sunday next, and no doubt the seating capacity of the church will be tested if it be a fine day.
The Post master is getting the material on the ground to build and addition to his stable.
[The above was received "just in time to be too late" for last week's issue.--Ed]
About three weeks ago Mr. David Smith lost a cow, and the fore part of last week he sustained another loss having a two-year-old steer killed by lightning. The animal was found close to a tree, and the tree had been struck at the same time.
The school closed here on Monday last, and Mr Thomas Mark is one of the examiners at Fenelon Falls this week.
Mr. John Willock is busy every day. He is now engaged at a building for Mr. E. Beacock on his farm in Mariposa, and has a few jobs of carpenter work awaiting him in this neighborhood.
Mr. and Mrs. James Wagar have gone on a six week's visit to relatives at Napanee.
Mrs. D. Smith will spend a few days next week visiting relatives at Millbrook.
Mr. and Mrs. W. McWatters, of Lindsay, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Powles last Sunday.
The Rev. Mr. Garbutt preached his farewell sermon here last Sunday to a large congregation.
Mr. John Dancy has given up the notion of leaving this section, as he has leased Mr. E. Worsley's farm for a term of years.
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- Genealogical Resource
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- John Garbutt, Rev.
James Wagar & Mrs.
D. Smith, Mrs.
W. McWatters & Mrs.
James Powles & Mrs.
- Date of Publication:
- 1 Jul 1904
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