Today in the Dauphin Herald – Jun 2 – 1910

1910 Jun 2 – Fork River

Percy Gentleman arrived from England last week and paid several friends here a visit. He intends to homestead in this country.
Wm. King is busy these days looking after the registration.
Miss Collins from McCreary is visiting her sister here.
Tag-day caused a bit of excitement and a fair sum was realized.
A meeting of the Women’s Auxiliary was held at the home of Mrs. Ballard’s Winnipegosis, and it was decided to send a delegate to attend the annual meeting in Winnipeg in June. Mrs. Ballard, vice-president, was the choice of the meeting.
The Methodist concert held last week was very well attended considering the busy time. The chair was occupied by the Rev. Mr. Rowan and this programme started with a chorus entitled Welcome; recitation, Ray Ellis; solo by Mrs. Clawson; play entitled “An Interrupted Proposal”; song by Mrs. Clawson and Mr. Snelgrove; dialog, Out All Around; recitation by Miss Tyndall and the play “My Turn Next” was very well done; chorus, “Good Night.” The evening came to a close about midnight. Refreshments and ice cream were served, dancing was kept up till early morning.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. T. Shannon died last week. The funeral service was taken at the home by the Rev. H.H. Scrase. Quite a number came and showed their sympathy and proceeded to the cemetery when the committal service was held.
A social and dance is to be held at the home of Mrs. W. King on Tuesday evening, June 7th at 8:30. Admission 10 cents. Proceeds for the Women’s Auxiliary.

1910 Jun 2 – North Lake

John Bolinski made a trip to Dauphin last week. Our roads are now in fairly good shape for travelling.
F.B. Lacey has been instrumental in starting another school in this district.
The grain around here is looking good.
Mr. Bell of Fork River has purchased the Mazurink Farm.
Jacob Strasdin has four colts this year.

Today in the Dauphin Herald – Mar 3 – 1910

1910 Mar 3 – Fined $20 and Costs

The Chinese night cook at C.N.R. restaurant assaulted one of the visiting girls last week. He appeared before the P.M. Friday and was fined $20 and costs.

1910 Mar 3 – Fork River

Mr. and Mrs. Fleming Wilson from Dauphin paid us a flying visit last Friday.
Mr. Hunt took out some of he ladies of the Women’s Auxiliary to Mrs. Lacey’s, Oak Brae, and a meeting was held when some important business was done. The drive was enjoyed by all.
Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Rowe visited Dauphin last Friday.
Miss Pearl Wilson and miss K. Dallas are visiting Mrs. Woods at Sifton.
Mr. and Mrs. Northam from Weyburn are visiting Mrs. T. Briggs here for a short time.
Miss Nixon, who has been here for some time, will take up her duties this month as teacher of the South Bay School. We shall all miss her here.
Mr. H.H. Benner has been appointed to Soboyski School. We all wish him success.
Mr. Paraski and family, who have been here for some time, left last Friday for Winnipeg.
Mrs. Parks returned from North Dakota last week.
Mr. J. Spearing from North Lake, was here last Saturday. He reports having been suffering with a bad cold.

1910 Mar 3 – Winnipegosis

A very large audience gathered in the Methodist Church on Saturday evening, to hear Dr. Medd lecture on “Tuberculosis.” The chair was occupied by the Rev. W.R. Rowan, minister of the church, who in introducing the lecturer took the trouble of saying that it was the Doctor’s first attempt at public speaking and trusted that the audience would give him their best attention and sympathy. This the audience did and the lecture proved to be highly interesting and instructive. The lecturer laid great stress on the fact that dirt and dust were the principal carrying factor of tubercular germs and made a strong appeal for the admittance into the home-life of sunlight, fresh air and space, which he sad were the deadly enemies of tuberculosis. Other important matters were touched upon in the course of the lecture, and the information and advise given should prove to be of great benefit to the people of Winnipegosis.
On the proposition of W.E. Rowan, seconded by Mr. Shannon, a hearty vote of thanks was accorded the Dr. for his interesting lecture. Cake and ice cream were afterwards served. The proceeds amounted to twenty dollars.

Today in the Dauphin Herald – Feb 10 – 1910

1910 Feb 10 – Fork River

Mr. Wm. King returned on Saturday from Gilbert Plains after attending Country Lodge meeting and the Liberal Conservative Association. A good time reported.
The Rev. W. Walser, Rector of Dauphin, visited here last Friday and a special service of Baptism and Holy Communion was held at the Parish Church.
Mr. J. Spearing from North Lake was here last week putting the weekend in at Mr. W. King’s.
Special Lenten services on Wednesday evenings will be given in All Saints’ Church at 8 o’clock.
A Women’s Auxiliary meeting was held at Mrs. Hunt’s last Tuesday, and some good business was done. Next meeting at Mrs. Lacey’s, Oak Brae, Feb. 22nd.
Armstrong Trading Co. have opened a store at Fishing River.
Mrs. Geo. Tilt came up on last Friday’s train on a visit.

Today in the Dauphin Herald – Jan 29 – 1914

1914 Jan 29 – Fork River

Mrs. McEwen, of Winnipeg, returned to her home after spending a week visiting at the home of Mrs. Sam Reid on the Mossey River.
Mrs. W.J. Williams and daughter Kate, returned home from a month’s visit among friends in Saskatchewan.
John Angus, of Winnipegosis, was a visitor here in connection with important business he is interested in, in this burgh.
Mrs. D. Kennedy and two children left on a visit to her sister, Mrs. W.D. King, of Dauphin.
K. Williams, who is in charge of this mission, is spending a few days in Dauphin on church business.
Messrs. Northam and Hunt have returned from a business trip to Winnipegosis.
Mrs. Jas. Rice, of North Lake, was kicked by her horse the other day and is pretty baldy hurt.