Contributed by Joan H. Bixby
Description: State Briefs.Date: August 11 1905
Newspaper published in: Middlebury, Vt.
Source: Library of Congress
Page/Column: Page 9
A new bell recently purchased for a fire alarm at Stowe has been put
into position in the town hall belfry.
Miss Kittie Harvey of Waterbury Center, found a pink apple blossom last
week as fresh as if just bloomed.
Sales of thousand and fifteen hundred cord of pulp wood jobs in Weston
and Bridgewater have recently been made.
A Bennington correspondent reports that the trout season just closed,
has been the poorest for a number of years.
Chas. W. and W. V. Howard of Ware, Mass., have purchased a valuable farm
of 336 acres in Bridgewater from Chas. W. Furman.
Assistant Secretary of the Navy Charles H. Darling and family are
expected at their country place in Bennington soon.
Rev. F. A. Pettersson, the new pastor of St. Paul's Swedish Lutheran
church at Pittsford, has arrived with his family from Monson, Me.
Hugh R. Evans narrowly escaped death August 2 while working in the North
Poultney quarries by the explosion of a fuse, which he had just lighted.