Welland Tribune Excerpts, 1898

Newspaper Tidbits WELLAND TRIBUNE, P 4, 02/12/1898 Rev. C. Draper of Toronto occupied the pulpit in the Methodist church last Sabbath evening. Seven different styles cutters, one and two seats; also two and three bench heavy-bobsleighs, steel or cast shoes; fine line of harness, robes, rugs, blankets and bells at close prices for cash, or…

Welland Tribune Excerpts, 1890

Newspaper Tidbits Welland Tribune, 21/02/1890, p 8 On Sunday evening next Mr. H.B. Marsh of Welland will give another of his song sermons, which have proved so popular and interesting heretofore. Mr. Jno. W. James, formerly on the canal engineering staff here, is now located at South Bend, Washington State. He is member of a…

Welland Tribune Excerpts, 1911

Newspaper Tidbits Welland Tribune Excerpts, August 3, 1911 AUGUST SHOE SALE – CLEARING SALE OF ALL SUMMER SHOES AND SLIPPERS – $2.78 Men’s tan and dull Oxfords, reg. $4. $2.85 Women’s patent and gunmetal Oxfords, “Frank Slater’s” $3.50 shoe. 5c Tin of Ezy Shine Shoe Polish. Try it. ? and Reilly, “The Cash Shoe Men”…

Welland Tribune Excerpts 1910

Newspaper Tidbits Excerpted from the Welland Tribune, March 4, 1910. SCHOOL REPORT – Report of S.S. No. 2, Humberstone of work done during February: IV Class – Total marks 200. –Marks obtained : Russell Robins 153, Paul Graf 144, Mabel Haines 131, Joseph Rhora 102, Philip Schroeder 63, Martha Piets 18, Albert Gram 10, Caroline…

Welland Tribune Excerpts 1910

Newspaper Tidbits Excerpts from the Welland Tribune, March 4, 1910   GAS LINE – Little Elsa Kramer is on the sick list. Clerk Near spent Saturday in Welland. Cora Steele spent Saturday in Buffalo. Miss Olive Kaisley is visiting Buffalo. Mr. Kraus of Buffalo spent Tuesday and Wednesday here. Paul Gram and son Albert were…

Welland Tribune Excerpts 1910

Newspaper Tidbits Excerpts from the Welland Tribune, March 4, 1910 STEVENSVILLE – Mr. H. Zimmerman spent Wednesday in Welland. Miss J. Zimmerman is spending a few days in Buffalo. Mr. Frank Hazen made another trip to Black Rock on Tuesday evening. Mrs. J.F. Beam is in Toronto attending a good roads convention. Miss Zell Robinson…

Welland Tribune Excerpt 1907

Newspaper Tidbit TRAVELLERS – reported by J. O. Wismer, G. T. R. ticket agent. Bridgeburg – A. M. Cowling, F. D. Harrigan. Port Robinson – Fred Hesler. Black Rock – Miss Klee. Toronto – R. H. Appleyard, Rev. R. Duff. Suspension Bridge – Eddie White. Thorold – Miss Dohn. Simcoe – A. E. Terry. Buffalo…