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Image from page 124 of “Rod and gun” (1898)
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Title: Rod and gun
Year: 1898 (1890s)
Authors: Canadian Forestry Association
Subjects: Fishing Hunting Outdoor life
Publisher: Beaconsfield, Que. [etc.] Rod and Gun Pub. Co. [etc.]
Contributing Library: Gerstein – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto

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bstantial surplus was di-vided among the hi^h guns. A false alarm of fire caused a stampede a-uiong the guests at the New SherbrooKe. Itproved two things, however. First, that TomMarshall looks stunning in pajamas; second,that he is a real nice man to be in bed soearl . But what is the use of betting- a million ifyour wife says you havent got it. The Squier Money-Back-S-i-stem not only, re-paid every shooter his entrance money lessprice of targets, but paid to the 15 high gunsa surplus of 8240.00, as follows: 1st, GeorgeBeattie, 373, (43.20; 2nd, G. M. Howard, 368,.60; 3rd. J. E. Jennings, 361, 826.40; 4thW IT. Ewing, 355. §24.00; 5th, N. G. Bray.353, (19.20; 6th. G. L. Vivian. 349. 816.80 ;7th, T. M. Craig, 346, S14.40; 8th, W. P.Thomson. 345, (12.00; 9th. Dr. Smith. 34 i.(12.00; 10th A. W. West over, 341 89.60- 1 a M punk 340. 87.20: 12th W. R. Fen-tan,339. S7.20; 13th Geo. Lewis. 338. 87.20; 14thF W. Mitchell. 336. O.60; 15th, W. Oarruth-ers. 336. S3.60. Ladies Day at Hamilton

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The fourth annual Ladies day nt the Ham-ilton Gun Club was held on the club groundsand, as in former years, very keen interest wastaken in the event for ladies at five targets,known angles. The first honors went to Mrs.John Hackett, who was als0 winner of lastjears first prize. Mrs. Hackett broke fourout of five targets shot at. Miss Van Br0ck-lin won second prize with a break of three.while Mrs. Cantelon and Mrs. Bain tied forthird prize, and in the shoot off the formerwon easily, equalling the score of Mrs. Hack-ett bv breaking four out of five. H E Hawkins won the beautiful oil paint-ing of that famous setter, Joe Cumming, pre-sented to the Hamilton Gun Club as a trophybv the Dupont Powder company. This eventwas a 25 bird race, Hawkins breaking 24.Ralph Riplev and Dr. Wilson were a close sec-ond with 23 to their credit. Court Thomson.theu.M.C. pro., who has just returned froma trip to the Maritime provinces, was theguest of the club. The scores for the DupontTrophy — twenty-five

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Image from page 544 of “Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine” (1912)
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Title: Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine
Year: 1912 (1910s)
Authors: Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company
Subjects: Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company
Publisher: [Baltimore, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad]
Contributing Library: University of Maryland, College Park
Digitizing Sponsor: LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation

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E. W. Evans Agent, St. George, S.I. J. J. Bayer Agent, 26th Street, N. R. J. T. Gorman Agent, Pier 21, E. R. A. L. MiCKELSEN Agent; Pier 7, N. R. Albert Oswald Foreman, Pier 22, N. R. Michael Degnon Foreman, 26th Street, N. R. W. D. Ritter Foreman, Pier 7, N. R. Edw. Salisbury Assistant Terminal Agent John Johns Master Carpenter N. Johnson Clifton Shops E. G. Glark Tug Captain Edw. Sparks Marine Engineer Henry Bull Barge Captain Niels Gadeberg Barge Captain 1 1 miMM P ^ ^ ^ * ^^ – iH 1 1 m- 1 CAPTAIN C. H. KEARNEY, WIFE AND CHILDRENON TUG HUGH L. BOND, JR. The annual outing of the Company employesat New York and St. George was held on Sun-day, August 8th, at Duers Grove, WhitestoneLanding, Long Island. The management verykindly gave us the use without charge of thesteam lighter Potomac, which left Pier 22,9.30 a. m., arriving at Whitestone for a latebreakfast. After eating, a very well playedgame of baseball was staged between Pier 22s TH1-: HAI/lIMOKKAND (JlllO EMPLOVKS MA(.AZIXK 79

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office force and irtcain coin{)ose(l of the tugboatmen and some of the nien from St. George. Thegame was won by Pier 22,the score being eight tothree. Credit for th(;victory must be given topitcher McKiernan andassistant terminal agentHausmith, who phiyedfirst base, and centerfielder Josei)h Burns, whocame from Baltimore forthe day. After the game,the remainder of the ath-letic program was com-pleted, there being valua-ble prizes for the winnersof the various running andjumping contests.After they had been finished the merry-makers proceeded to the dining room, where asumptuous dinner was served. The homeward journey was very pleasantlyspent in dancing on the deck of the boat to themusic of Mr. Winters band, and selections werealso rendered by Harry Casey, chief clerk ofthe westbound department at Pier 22. Among those present were C. W. Tomlinson,general eastern freight agent; Mr. Martin, as-sistant treasurer and manager of the Balti-more & Ohio stores; W. Cornell, terminalagent;

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Image from page 84 of “Baltimore and Ohio employes magazine” (1915)
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Identifier: baltimoreohioemp35balt
Title: Baltimore and Ohio employes magazine
Year: 1915 (1910s)
Authors: Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company
Subjects: Railroads Railroads
Publisher: Baltimore, Md. : Employes of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
Contributing Library: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
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CAPTAIN C. H. KEARNEY, WIFE AND CHILDRENON TUG HUGH L. BOND, JR. The annual outing of the Company employesat New York and St. George was held on Sun-day, August 8th, at Duers Grove, WhitestoneLanding, Long Island. The management verykindly gave us the use without charge of thesteam lighter Potomac, which left Pier 22,9.30 a. m., arriving at Whitestone for a latebreakfast. After eating, a very well playedgame of baseball was staged between Pier 22s THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO EMPLOYES MAGAZINE 79

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office force and a team composed of the tugboatmen and some of th&men from St. George. Thegame was won by Pier 22,the score being eight tothree. Credit for thevictory must be given topitcher McKiernan andassistant terminal agentBausmith, who playedfirst base, and centerfielder Joseph Burns, whocame from Baltimore forthe day. After the game,the remainder of the ath-letic program was com-pleted, there being valua-ble prizes for the winnersof the various running andjumping contests.After they had been finished the merry-makers proceeded to the dining room, where asumptuous dinner was served. The homeward journey was very pleasantlyspent in dancing on the deck of the boat to themusic of Mr. Winters band, and selections werealso rendered by Harry Casey, chief clerk ofthe westbound department at Pier 22. Among those present were C. W. Tomlinson,general eastern freight agent; Mr. Martin, as-sistant treasurer and manager of the Balti-more & Ohio stores; W. Cornell, terminalagent; E. W

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