110 YEARS AGOThursday, Aug. 4, 1910from the Mathews Journal
Many of the school patrons of the county are agitating for using the Glebe fund for Public School purposes. We are always glad to see any addition to the school fund, but we fear that they are under the wrong impression in this instance.
The Board of Supervisors has no power, as we have understood, to touch the principal of this fund; they can only dispose of the interest. This, if obtained and divided between the three districts, would help but little for building purposes. Should the Board of Supervisors feel that they could give this fund to school purposes we would, of course, be glad, and it would help us greatly, but lest they be criticized for refusing to render aid which they have no power to give we are trying to explain the matter.
100 YEARS AGOThursday, Aug. 5, 1920from the Gloucester Gazette
For Sale: To reduce flock, seven sheep, at Summerville, John Tabb.
For sale: Splendid, large, strong horse. S...
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