WITH THE NEWS GLEANERS
WHO TOIL IN COLUMBIA AND ADJOINING COUNTIES
Things Seen and Done in Villages and
Hamlets Around about Us
- Horses in Hudson are suffering from distemper.
- Hudson will have 11 polling places under the new ballot law. . . .
- The present population of the Hudson House of Refuge is 202 women and 12 infants. . . .
- Horseback riding is becoming quite popular among Hudson lawyers. It is a healthful exercise.
- Hon. Benj. Ray, of Hudson, has been appointed an assistant inspector of steamboats for the New York district. . . .
- It has been definitely arranged that the fair for the Hudson Home for the Aged will be held during the second week of next November.
- Two sharks were seen in the Hudson river near Cornwall a few days ago. They generally arrive about the same time small boys open the swimming season. . . .
- The Hudson Iron company last week elected the following trustees: Jacob W. Hoysradt, John E. Gillette, Frank B. Stott, Milton Martin, Augustus McKinstry, Samuel R. Rainey, Albert Hoysradt. At a subsequent meeting of the trustees, J. W. Hoysradt was re-elected president and Sydney Seymour secretary and treasurer.