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Fee, Thomas
appeared in Fenelon Falls Gazette, 9 Oct 1880, p. 2, column 4
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HORSE KILLED.--On Saturday evening, about 8 o'clock, Mr. Thomas Fee, of Emily, who was showing off his team that had been awarded a prize at the agricultural show held that day, drove the pole of his buggy into the breast of one of a span of horses owned by Mr. McGahey, of Emily, tearing open its throat and penetrating to a depth of about eighteen inches. The horse was led to the nearest tavern stable, where it died before a veterinary surgeon could be got. Mr. Fee's vanity and carelessness will prove rather expensive, as he has been fined $5 and $3.50 costs for furious driving, and will of course have to pay Mr. McGahey for his horse.

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9 Oct 1880
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Fee, Thomas