From The Sun Oct. 14-20, 1840Oct. 14: The danger of boys...

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October 14, 1990|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun Oct. 14-20, 1840

Oct. 14: The danger of boys playing with gun powder cannot be too forcibly impressed upon their minds. Another instance of an accident from their carelessness occurred on Saturday evening, in Eden Street.

Oct. 17: Another Explosion: The Commercial Bank of Millington has followed in the footsteps of its little predecessors of this city, the Patapsco Savings Fund, the Baltimore Savings Fund and the defunct shinplaster factories.

From The Sun Oct. 14-20, 1890

Oct. 14: Workmen were engaged yesterday digging trenches for water mains to supply East Woodberry and a part of West Hampden with city water.

Oct. 15: The firemen's parade tomorrow at Towson promises to be one of the biggest events that has occurred here since the establishment of the county seat.

From The Sun Oct. 14-20, 1940

Oct. 17: With only ten percent of the precincts missing the returns from Baltimore's registration places indicated that approximately 115,700 young men had signed up yesterday for Selective Service.

Oct. 20: Educators and religious leaders from the Eastern section of the United States will gather at Loyola College Thursday night to participate in a convocation commemorating the 400th anniversary of the founding of the Society of Jesus.

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