The Way We Were In the Sentinel 100, 75, 50 and 25 years ago.

 


May 1, 1919

Among the passengers arriving on the Princess Mary Tuesday morning were C. A. Tervo and two sons Albert and Randolph. Mr. Tervo is the Canadian Customs officer at the Boundary. He came north last July and remained at the Boundary until the close of navigation. Mr. Tervo states that a new customs house is to be built. It will be located a mile and one half further up the river than the house now in use. The new structure will have a concrete foundation and will be 26x30 feet with a six-foot veranda. It will be built with a special view to comfort. The veranda and windows will be...



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