MARCH 4,10 1891 SALT LAKE HERALD
- Our streets and sidewalks are in a very bad condition, a muddy mess.
-- The question for debate before the Kaysville Historical and Debating Club is "Resolved: That the Cable is of More Benefit to Mankind Than the Mariner's Compass."
-- The Western Union Telegraph Company has established an office at the Kaysville Union Pacific Depot, the Deseret Telegraph line being no longer in use.
--Our neighbors at Layton are rather lively. Two fights are reported to have occurred within a few days.
-- Sickness, as yet, shows no signs of abating.
-- Mr. Joseph Egbert, one of the Pioneers of '47 is quite seriously ill.
-- A gentleman giving his name as T. S. Bulmer, and representing himself as an MD from London, England has taken up a permanent residence here. He will commence the practice of medicine in our little burg.
-- There is some talk of beginning a newspaper here in Kaysville if the people will sustain it, steps are also being taken to induce the Hat Factory to locate from Ogden to Kaysville.
-- Mrs. Woolley, wife of Henry Woolley, one of Kaysville's oldest residents died last Tuesday at the age of 79 years. The funeral services were held on Thursday at 1 O' Clock. She was born July 25, 1811 in Yoxall, Staffordshire, England and emigrated to America in 1844, and to Utah in 1849.
PHOTO: Mary Stretton Blood Woolley 1811-1891 photo courtesy of Ancestry.
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