Today in the Dauphin Herald – May 5 – 1910

1910 May 5 – Died from Fall

John Hamilton, an employee at the Imperial Hotel, Ochre River, fell from a wagon Tuesday and dislocated his neck. He was brought to the hospital here on the 9 o’clock train, but expired shortly after. He was about 40 years of age.

1910 May 5 – Fork River

Mr. and Mrs. Fleming Wilson from Dauphin have been spending a few days here.
Harcourt Benner visited Dauphin last week.
Wm. King spent Monday in Winnipegosis.
S. Lowry visited Sifton last week.
D.F. Wilson and W. King will leave next Friday for Gilbert Plains to attend the convention which is being held next Saturday afternoon.
J.P. Grenon from Winnipegosis was here on business last week.
A meeting of the Women’s Auxiliary was held last Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. McDonnell, Winnipegosis, when some very important business was done.
Mrs. King and Mrs. Scrase paid a flying visit to Winnipegosis last Tuesday.
D.F. Wilson paid Winnipegosis a visit last Monday.

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