Past Pages for Thursday, April 28, 2016 |

Past Pages for Thursday, April 28, 2016

Trent Dolan

150 years ago

Garden sass. We were yesterday’s presented with a fine large limb, from a rhubarb (pie plant) growth that was raised in John Fox’s garden. It is a handsome a specimen of that production as we ever saw, anywhere.

130 years ago

The stem laundry continues to receive an avalanche of work. People of Glenbrook, Dayton and Empire are sending word constantly to know if it can handle their washing. The Reno laundry is not yet finished and it is proposed to do all the washing for Reno at the regular rates with the Carson Laundry Association to pay the freight both ways.

100 years ago

Government troops, hastily transported from England, have been rushed to Dublin and now occupy St. Stephens and Liberty Hall, in the heart of Dublin. Marshal law has been declared in Dublin County.

70 years ago

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Pochop, who have been honeymooning in California, are expected to arrive home Friday.

50 years ago

The Nevada State Board of Health has unanimously supported fluoridation of Reno-Sparks water as amen as of preventing tooth decay.

30 years ago

One-way traffic on Carson and Stewart streets and other Indians which could change the face of Carson City’s downtown were discussed Thursday by the Redevelopment Authority Agency.

Trent Dolan is the son of Bill Dolan, who wrote this column for the Nevada Appeal from 1947 until his death in 2006.