Page 55 - Love Letters from St. Pauls Island
ISSUE : Issue 73
Published by Ronald Caplan on 1998/6/1
The North East Light and the South otherwise of course things ar better as they ar. I had a ves? sel engaged to go to Bay St. Lawrence if you had come out last boat of course I dident mention your name or wat I was going in for until you come. Dear Margret its our own lives we have to live and if those we love dont bare with and forgive our faults who will. I also have a servant girl ingaged to be hear next trip of the boat so any of your family could come with you. I would say more only if you wouldent consent it would be adding to my sins. So I am still heaping. Your loving John A., St. Pauls Island p.s. There was trouble with this light wile I was ashore last fall so I cant get leave of absence this fall. Western Union Telegram M.A. Coady, 2 Dorchester St., Sydney, N.S. St. Pauls Island, Aug. 9, 1922 Your wire was held up owing to cable being broken I'll be expecting you first trip was speaking to McDonald today everything is all right Please wire right away John A. Mclntyre The foilowing is a newspaper clipping: Mclntyre-Coady One of the prettiest weddings of the season took place on Monday, August 28th at Bay St. Lawrence, when Miss Margaret A. Coady, West Light, St. Paul's Island daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. %, ; Coady of 46 Atlantic Street, ' ' r""", " Sydney, was united in marriage , ,'*"' ' to John A. Mclntyre, formerly of ">: Boularderie, CB. but now of St. Paul's Island. The ceremony was peformed by the Rev. L. McDonald. The bride looked charming in white satin with orange blossom and veil, carrying a handsome bouquet of sweet peas. The bride was as? sisted by Miss Madeline McNeil, while John McNeil supported the groom. After the ceremony the happy couple left for St. Paul's Island where they will reside. Two news clippings found together in an envelope. The second one records the birth of the first child: Ottawa passes Students in Radio Telegraphy Despatch states Ottawa, Oct. 27. - Professional certificates of proficiency in radio- telegraphy were issued by the radio branch of the Department of Ma- Nova Scotia Agriculture, When Quality is Everything, Anything is Possible. Nova Scotia producers and processors know the importance of quality. They know producing qual ity food products means taking care of our natural resources, ensuring the safety of our food, adopting new technologies, and living in harmony with their non-farming neighbours. ;? m ~ *j- .' JNO'''GOTIA. Agriculture and Marketing They know quality is the key to success today.. .and in the future. Today, this commitment to quality has grown a $1 billion a year industry at the retail level and 12,000 direct and indirect jobs for Nova Scotians. If quality is the key to this success today, just imagine what's in store for the future. Octtcm '?iilcds%td. Contractors Lawn & Garden Equipment Equipment Compressors Tillers Welders Sod Cutters Drills, Saws Air Eators General ' Engine Hoists j'''jj, More... Jacks Tow Bars Call: GLACE BAY 849-1616 South (Campbells Comer) - P. O. Box 265 The Rolling Phones MTTMobiltiY Cenfre THE PLACE TO GO FOR ALL YOUR PAGING AND CELLULAR NEEDS Drop by any of our 5 locations! 516 Grand Lake Rd. Sydney, N.S. (902) 564-2255 Mayflower Mall Sydney, N.S. (902) 562-1998 North Sydney Mall North Sydney, N.S. (902) 794-7655 Sterling Mall Glace Bay, N.S. (902) 849-1944 331 Charlotte St. Sydney, N.S. (902) 564-8686
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