BY MEL ROBERTSON Jan. 19th, 1912 Burford Citizens are reminded of Bylaw No. 3 which requires removal of all snow or ice from roofs that might fall on people within three hours after the storm has stopped or, if in the evening, by 10 o'clock the next morning. Snow is to be removed from the front, sides and the rear of all properties owned or occupied by them within three hours after the storm has ceased or by 10 o'clock next morning. If there is a blizzard the owner or
occupier shall clear all snow every 24 hours.
Cathcart On the 13th on January the thermometer in Cathcart registered 30 degrees below zero IF) and the roads; are so blocked that roads have been made "over the fields.
Ml. Vernon - Members of the Methodist church are going to erect a windbreak at the church sheds to protect the horses.
Northfield - A number of young people braved
the sever cold to attend a surprise party on Tuesday night for Miss Aletha Givens. The party took place at the home of Mr. John Givens. Alethas father.
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