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1905 Old Home Week - return to table of contents

From The
Perth Courier
May 26, 1905.

PERSONAL MENTION.
  • Mr. Wm. McGlade, of Kingston, is visiting friends in town this week.
  • Mr. George Stanley, of Montreal, spent Victoria Day with his mother, Mrs. M. Stanley.
  • Mr. James Cameron is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Cameron, Market Square.
  • His Grace Archbishop Gauthier, Kingston, intends making a trip to Rome next November.
  • Mrs. D. Brownlee and daughter Lillian, of Bathurst, visited friends in Smith's Falls on Victoria Day.
  • Miss Minnie Hope, of Tweed, spent the 24th with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hope, Alexander Street.
  • Dr. W.A. Gray, of Smith's Falls, who has been in Chicago and other points for the past four weeks, is expected home this week.
  • Mrs. G.B. Farmer, of Perth, is visiting for a few days in town with her sisters, the Misses Clark, Brockville Street. -- Rideau Record.
  • Master Stedman Craig, of Oliver's Ferry, has gone to Kemptville to become an apprentice in the jewellry store of his uncle, Mr. Benson Craig.
  • Mr. George Ryan, boot and shoe merchant of Winnipeg, is in town visiting friends on his way to Montreal and New York. He looks well and thinks the old town is all right.
  • Miss Hillis left for Perth Friday, having entirely recovered from her late indisposition and secured a handsome balance on the other side of the ledger. Perth will be her health resort during the holidays. -- Central Canadian.
  • Mrs. (Senator) Templeman has returned to Ottawa after a visit with her sisters, Mrs. McAdam and Mrs. Thoburn at Toronto. She is accompanied by Miss Josie McAdam who is going to Victoria on a visit. -- Almonte Gazette.
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