JANUARY 19 & 28, 1890 - THE SALT LAKE HERALD
The city council passed an ordinance Monday giving the power to grant a liquor license within the confines of the city.
------ The usual vigor with which choir leader James A. Cottrell swings his baton last Sunday was very noticeable, but when it became known that the previous day Jim had become the father of a fine boy, the cause for his unusual exertions were no longer a wonder.
------Six members of the John R. Barnes family were sleighing a few days ago when the sleigh tongue broke causing the occupants to be thrown out. No one was injured.
------ Sleighing is all the rage, but our local weather prophet predicted by the end of January all the snow will be converted into mud and water
------ The Haley Family Comedy and Dramatic Company presented "The Blacksmith Oath" at the Music Hall Monday evening. The performance was disgustingly poor and the comedy that followed even worse, the jokes being full of must and mildew from age. It seems a pity that the Kaysville public should be so badly imposed upon by these worthless traveling troops, but it is a foregone conclusion there is not enough good entertainment.
PHOTO: Kaysville Music Hall located at corner of 100 E 100 N, just north of Kaysville Elementary.
- It was built in 1875 and burned down in 1910. This is the only known photo of the music hall.
On August 1, 2018 Kristine decided to begin a series of excerpts from the newspaper called These excerpts were taken from articles about local happenings/gossip/announcements etc. It tells a story and gives a feel for Kaysville back in the day.
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