Today in the Dauphin Herald – April 17, 1919

The Coming Dauphin Fair

The directors of the Agricultural society take this opportunity of making an announcement regarding the fair to be held on August 6th, 7th and 8th. The directors hope in time to develop a fair which will be representative of Northern Manitoba and second only to Brandon. In an endeavor to carry out this project they hope to get the support of the citizens of Dauphin and the surrounding district.
Representatives from the board attended the Brandon Winter Fair and interviewed some of the big breeders in the south, several of whom, including J.D. McGregor, Brandon; John Graham, Carberry; J. Hume, Souris; J. Turner, Carroll. The Shorthorn Breeders association and others intimated their intention of bringing up exhibits.
Fully $3000 will be set aside for attractions, including a full programme of horse races, a baseball tournament and a platform of attractions. The grounds and buildings will be lighted and evening performances given. The directors fell that thy will be in a position to put on a fair which will be a credit to the district and they solicit the cordial support of rural and town citizens.

Mounted Police for Dauphin

Information from Ottawa is to the effect that six mounted policeman are to be located at Dauphin. These will comprise a sergeant and five men and they will cover the territory within the hounds of the Dauphin Judicial District, which extend from McCreary to the Pas on the north and to the Saskatchewan boundary on the west.

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