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The Ottawa Journal, Ottawa, Canada
Thursday, September 14, 1893 Page 7
The steamer Swift is to run an excursion from Perth to Jones' Falls to-morrow. The Rideau Belle will take her place from Smith's Falls to Kingston, but the Swift will arrive her on her regular trip Saturday.

The Ottawa Journal, Ottawa, Canada
Friday, February 2, 1973 Page 34
ROGERS, Thomas Victor, retired druggist and chemist, At St. Francis Hospital, Smiths Falls, Friday, Feb. 2, 1973. Mr. Rogers is survived by three nephews: Hugh of Smiths Falls and Perth, Stanley of Trinidad, West Indies, and Allan of Iroquois. The body is resting at the Lannin Funeral Home until Monday, Feb. 5. Funeral service will be at St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church, Smiths Falls at 10.30 a.m. Monday. Interment St. Peter's Anglican cemetery, New Boyne, Ont. Friends may call at the funeral home from noon Saturday.

The Ottawa Journal, Ottawa, Canada
Wednesday, July 29, 1964 Page 24
Goudie McCann On Saturday, July 23, at 10 a.m., to St Edward's Church, Westport, Ont. by Rev. Father Rowell, Mary Marlene McCann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Desmond McCann, of Westport, to Arthur Joseph Terrance Goudie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Foster Goudie of Ottawa. The music for the double ring ceremony was provided by the Sisters of the Congregation of Notre Dame and the bride was given in marriage by her father. The bride wore a floor-length gown of silk organza over taffeta. The fitted bodice with boat neckline and cap sleeves was adorned with chantilly type lace and sequins. Lace applique accented the ben skirt and a flowing train of chantilly type lace fell from the back neckline. The bride's tiara of organza petals, trimmed with seed pearls, held a silk illusion bouffant veil. She carried a single white cattleya orchid set in green ferns with streamers of stephanotia. Attending the bride were her sister, Ann McCann, of Westport, as maid of honor, and Jane Murphy, of Toronto, as bridesmaid. Mr. Donald Brown, of Cornwall, was best man, and the guests were ushered by Mr. Johnny Johnston, of Kingston, and Mr. Earl White, of Ottawa. The attendants wore identical full length sleeveless dresses of aquamarine shantung with bell skirts, topped with matching circlet bead dresses. Following a reception at the Hotel Tweedsmuir, Mr. and Mrs. Goudie left on a tour of the eastern coast of the United States. They will reside in Ottawa. Mrs. Goudie is a graduate of Ottawa Teachers' College, and Mr. Goudie a graduate in Arts of St Patrick's College. Ucenter Dress vintage inspire wedding garments retro style

The Ottawa Journal, Ottawa, Canada
Monday, September 21, 1959 Page 2
Two Hurt When Car Hits Tree SMITHS FALLS. Sept. 21 Two men were injured, one critically, Sunday afternoon, when their late-model car failed to negotiate a curve on the Rideau Ferry road and smashed into a tree, seven miles southwest of here. Bernard Grant, 71, of Lombardy is in critical condition in St Francis Hospital here, with broken ribs and multiple face cuts. Dr. T. O. Asn??? said one of the broken ribs punctured a lung. Stedman Craig, 67, RR4, Smiths Falls, driver of the car, is being treated for face cuts and three broken ribs. Police said Craig was heading to Rideau Ferry, 18 miles north of Lombardy On., when the car failed to negotiate a right hand curve and smashed into an elm tree. The car was demolished.

The Ottawa Journal, Ottawa, Canada
Friday, December 28, 1979 Page 43
McEWEN, S. Ella In hospital, Perth, Ontario, on Wednesday December 26, 1979. S. Ella McEwen, retired school teacher, in her 90th year. Daughter of the late Robert McEwen and Annie McCann. Dear aunt of Robert McEwen of Portland and Gerrie (Mrs. Robert Gibson), of Lombardy. Dear cousin of Canon Allan Rogers of Ottawa. Resting at the Blair and Son Funeral Home, 15 West Gore St., Perth. Funeral service will be conducted in the chapel on Friday, December 28 at 1:30 p.m. Interment St. Peter's Cemetery, Newboyne.