“Trade went on at the back door on Sundays,” he wrote, “because the police were keen to stop Sunday trading. Some of the menfolk on Mill Brow had fishing boats on the river, bringing in shrimps, which they sold from door to door for a few copppers. A shop close to Timmins Foundry, kept by a man named Stringer, sold almost everything people needed in their home..

He died in the colony of New Jersey. John had a son Daniel, who also died in New Jersey. That Daniel had a son, yet another Daniel, born in 1747, also in New Jersey. Part is a three time World Champion of both the British Darts Organization and Professional Darts Corporation. And Murschell is an up and coming Canadian star in the game of dartsThe Exhibition Tour will begin in Calgary on December 1, and will then make its way to Saskatchewan for three straight days of events before returning to Calgary on December 5, and wrapping up in Leduc on December 6.The senior centre has a fun evening planned featuring 15 dart players from central and northern Alberta challenging the Canadian dart champions. The event will also feature a cash bar, door prizes and dart products.The Leduc stop is the only one in Alberta north of Calgary, something that is a pretty big deal for the club.representing central and northern Alberta, Curtis commented.fabulous, it something that is a once in a lifetime thing for Telford House, said Pam.The event will run like the high energy dart competitions seen on television.

The payload is based on a ATmega328 (arduino bootloader) with a Ublox 6 GPS and a RFM69HW Radio module. It be tx and rx on 869.500 MHz using FSK, 2000 bps and using the UKHASnet protocol. Balloon will be a 100g latex filled for a very slow ascent to maximise flight time, launched from Suffolk.

Dallas Manning, UT Extension area specialist in farm management, agrees. He’s seen the Clays engage in planning and brainstorming activities for their farm while the family is gathered around the kitchen table. Manning nominated Clay for the statewide award.

Bob HoffmasterBob NelsonWade BatesSports On AirKFIZ SportsKFIZ SportsThe Fond du Lac City Council last night approved an increase in salaries for Council members to $5,000 a year and an increase to $6,000 a year for the Council President. First by a close 4 to 3 vote the Council approved an amendment from Council President Sam Meyer (pictured) to the original resolution that would increase the salaries next April for four seats that will be up for election. The other three seats would see increases in April of 2015 following elections for those seats.