Sunday, September 23, 2018

1913 - BOY HIT BY CAKE OF ICE HAS LOCKJAW


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Racine, Wisconsin, USA

1886 - STORM AT RACINE. HAIL DOES CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE IN THE BELLE CITY
Racine, Wis., Sept. 23. - A heavy hail storm prevailed here yesterday afternoon. Little damage was done, as there was no wind at the time. Some of the hail stones measured an inch and a half in diameter. The glass in the skylight of MRS. HART'S store was badly broken. Sixteen lights of glass were broken out of GUENTHER'S factory on Sixth Street.
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Oshkosh Daily Northwestern -  Oshkosh, Wisconsin -  September 23, 1886
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Southbridge, Massachusetts, USA

1913 - REVIVE GRAND TRUNK WORK. Construction of Southern New England Line to be Resumed.
Special to the New York Times.

SOUTHBRIDGE, Mass., Sept. 22 - Work is to be resumed immediately on the Southern New England Railway, the Grand Trunk subsidiary planned to connect the Canadian system with tidewater at Providence.

The construction stopped ten months ago, and it was charged that this was due to an agreement between C. S. Mellen, then President of the New Haven, and E. J.... Read MORE...

The New York Times -  New York, New York -  September 23, 1913
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Ithaca, New York, USA

1913 - ENGINEER, KNOCKED FROM ENGINE, NARROWLY MISSES DEATH UNDER OWN TRAIN.
Ithaca, Sept. 23. - Knocked from the running board of his engine while the train was running through the Lehigh Valley yards at a rate of about twenty miles an hour, DAVID E. WALLACE, engineer on train No. 301, which leaves this city for Auburn at 7:30 A. M., sustained a compound fracture of his left arm and narrowly escaped death under the wheels of his own train.

The accident happened as the ... Read MORE...

The Syracuse Herald -  Syracuse, New York -  September 23, 1913
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1800s Cooking Tips and Recipes

Digestibility of Raisins - Yes, raisins are excellent,a nd quite digestible providing they are well cooked and thoroughly masticated; the seeds, of course, must be rejected. Soak the raisins in cold water over night; next morning bring to boiling point, lift them from the water with a strainer, reduce the water to a syrup and pour over the raisins.

The Ladies" Home Journal, May 1898
Norwich, New York, USA (White Store)

1913 - BOY HIT BY CAKE OF ICE HAS LOCKJAW
Norwich, Sept. 23. - Walter Tansey, aged 17 years, who was almost fatally injured while at work at the W. R. C. Home near his home at Oxford, just below here during the afternoon of July 10th, when he was struck on the head by a 200-pound cake of ice, is now seriously [ineligible] at his home with lock-jaw. His illness is a result of the accident in July, it is said.

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Syracuse Herald -  Syracuse, New York -  September 23, 1913
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1815  September 23 - One of the greatest hurricanes to strike New England made landfall at Long Island and crossed Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
It was the worst tempest in nearly two hundred years.
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America - Did you know? June 25, 1876 - Lt. Col. George A. Custer"s regiment is wiped out by Sioux Indians under Sitting Bull at the Little Big Horn River, Montana.

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Quebec - Did you know? Among Catholics, It is said that reciting one thousand Hail Marys on December 24 would ensure obtaining a special favour. While preparing the réveillon for Christmas Eve, therefore, mothers would recite their one thousand Hail Marys without fail for they always had a small favour to ask the Virgin Mary on behalf of one of their children or their husband.

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The Ladies' Home Journal
July 1898
Died September 23

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