110 YEARS AGOThursday, Jan. 19, 1911from the Mathews Journal
The first day of the January term of Court opened very slowly. A small crowd was in attendance and no business of much importance was transacted on Monday.
On Tuesday, however, things opened up and large crowds braved the bad weather in order to hear the Middlesex Fish Factory case argued. The arguments in this case are forcible and eloquent being upheld on the side of the factory by Mr. H.I. Lewis and Col. J.R. Saunders and on the side of the factory’s opponents by Hon. J. Boyd Sears and W.D. Evans. The decision of Judge Jones will be given later. Popular sentiment both here and in Middlesex is largely in favor of the factory.
100 YEARS AGO Thursday, Jan. 20, 1921...
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