Stanley Sawicki, of Sifton, appeared before magistrate Hawkins at the end of the week charged with having liquor in his possession, when arrested by chief of police Everett. He was found guilty and fined $200 and costs. The liquor was home brew and possessed a good kick Sawicki was but recently released from jail.
The election is over, but we doubt if all are satisfied with the result. It was ever thus.
The annual meeting of the Fork River Agricultural Society will be held in the Secretary’s office, on Saturday, December 17th, at 2 p.m.
On Tuesday evening the pupils of Prof. Williamson gave a musical recital in the Orange Hall. There was a large attendance and the appreciation shown by the audience throughout the evening testified to the excellent merit of the performers. Amongst those who made their appearance for the first time were Hetty Richardson, piano solo; Mary Jane Little, piano solo; Bernice McLean, piano solo and Maisie Dobson, a little maid of 8 years whose well rendered violin solo earned for her two recalls. The style and technique displayed in the rending of the piano solos “La Papillion” by Kate Robertson, “Dance Gaciense” by Irene Bailey, “Artutus” by Blanche Hunt and “Silver Nymph” by Myrtle Munro, also the “Sonatma” by Edna Hafenbrak was above the average and gave evidence of the high standard of training those young students receive in the Fork River studio. The vocal solos by [?] Bailey and Edna Hafenbrak were well received, as were the piano duets by the misses Shannon, Richardson and Munro and pearl and Verna Reid. Congratulations and thanks were tendered Prof. Williamson for the great interest he takes in the progress of his pupils.