St. Catharines Constitutional (St. Catharines, ON), August 6, 1856
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Pleasure Excursion To Toronto
Amongst the forthcoming pleasures in store for our townspeople may be noted the projected pleasure excursion of the Sons Of Temperance, which comes off on the 22nd inst.. Having chartered the Welland, and secured the services of a brass and quadrille band for the occasion, they expect a merry time of it, and we can assure our bachelor friends they intend taking the laughing, black-eyed daughters along. All who want to enjoy the pleasant lake breeze under the most favourable circumstances, should avail themselves of the agreeable opportunity offered. We always give the Sons credit for a great deal of zeal; they enter into every project with all their heart and soul, even if such efforts should be mis-directed, as in the instance of the Maine Law. There is no doubt they will have a good time of it, and we advise our friends to secure their tickets in season.
From the success attending the last, another moonlight excursion on the Welland is in anticipation, to take place on or about the 13th instant, of which due notice will be given.
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- August 6, 1856
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- Peter Warwick
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