The Port-Roseway Gazetteer and The Shelburne Advertiser 26 May 1785 Vol. 1 No. 30 ....from Page 3 John Boyd, HAS FOR SALE, At his Medicinal Store, in Water-Street, Between John and Ann Streets A Choice assortment of DRUGS and MEDICINES; together with a quantity of the most approved PATENT MEDICINES, viz. James’s Powders, Anderson’s Pills, Hooper’s Female Pills, Bateman’s Pectoral Drops, British Oil, Tur- lington’s Balsam, Essence of Pepper- mint, Dassy’s Elixir, Corn Salve, &c. ---Also, Breast Pipes, compleat Tobacco Machines, Elastic Trusses, Lancets, Smelling Bottles, Sago Powder, Alum, Honey, Tamarinds, Cinnamon, Mace, Cloves, Nutmegs, Spanish Liquorice, Essence of Lemons, Essence of Burg

Getting Ready for Lobster season

Original Post: November 23, 2010 At Fort Point Fisheries in Gunning Cove, everybody has been getting ready for the lobster season for weeks. Now they are putting the finishing touches on their work. Next Monday is dumping day, also called setting day. That's the beginning of the lobster season for Lobster Fishing Area 33, which is this one. The traps are either already loaded onto the boats, or about to be. A lobster license entitles the holder to set 250 traps. All those traps will be set next Monday, beginning at 7:00 a.m., if the weather is okay. The word from Environment Canada is that it will be windy. Randy Van Buskirk is helping load his brother Cody's boat. I suppose Cody will return

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