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October 24, 1912

     It is expected that some hundreds of ranchers and farmers will be in Cochrane on Monday to attend the lectures and demonstrations of the Mixed Farming Special.

     Miss Stevens is the name of the lady who will lecture on Domestic Science in connection with the mixed farming special.


Herd Law Notice

     Public Notice is hereby given to those concerned that the provisions of the Herd Law at present in effect in this village will be continued in force after October 31st.

     The provisions referred to prohibit the running at large of horses and cattle within the sub-divided parts of the village.

By order of the Council.

New Bell for the Presbyterian Church

     The Try Club connected with the Presbyterian Church certainly deserve their name.  It has long been felt that the church needed a bell, and the Try Cl.ub, with characteristic energy set about to supply the need.  They organized socials and musical entertainments and the result of their labour is the very fine bell now hung in the church tower.  The weight of the bell and its bearing is 1475lbs., the whole cost, including the carriage, being about $200.  A. Chapman fixed up the bell on Friday last, and to celebrate the event the Try Club entertained the congregation to a social.  The young ladies who are to be thanked for this valuable gift to the church are Misses E. White, M. Webster, M. Lamb, L. Peyto, M. McNamee, and F. Webb.

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