19th century Ti — Water Works

  • Beedle’s Swiss Bell Ringers was to perform that evening at Fleming’s Hall.
  • The Episcopal Fair and Festival at Fleming’s Hall on Sept. 30 raised $114.66 — the equivalent of $2,746 in 2021 dollars — for the rectory building fund.
  • H.G. Burleigh and Brother wholesale coal company had sold 45,000 tons of coal, so far for the season, of which 30,000 tons was sold to Montreal dealers.
  • “Wm. S. Fleming did a little fishing at Lake George last week and spooned over seventy pounds of pickerel. The largest weighed 14 pounds, nine pounds, and four (weighed) six pounds each, and it wasn’t much of a week for pickerel either.”

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