Today in the Dauphin Herald – Feb 24 – 1910

1910 Feb 24 – Cold Weather

The government thermometer in possession of R.C. Brown, shows the weather this week to be the coldest of the winter Sunday it registered 15 below, Monday 35, Tuesday 30, Wednesday 26, and this morning 20.

1910 Feb 24 – Killed at Kamsack

Clarence McKellar, a brakeman running on the C.N.R. express was killed Tuesday. He did not notice an engine switching and stepped from a passenger coach in front of the engine. The body is badly mutilated, and death must have been instantaneous. Deceased father lives at Marshall, Sask.

1910 Feb 24 – Fork River

Mr. C. Clarke paid Dauphin a visit last week.
Mrs. D.F. Wilson returned from paying a visit to her daughters at Dauphin and Sifton.
Mr. A.B. Hodgson from Fishing River paid Mr. W. King a visit last weekend.

1910 Feb 24 – NOTICE

The Assessment Roll of the Rural Municipality of Mossey River has been deposited in the office of the clerk and may be examined by the ratepayers.
The Council will sit as a Court of Revision hear any complaints that thee may be against the said roll.
All appeals against the Assessment Roll must be filed in the office of the clerk on or before March 29th, 1910.
D.F. Wilson. Sec.

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