j FAIR VIE IV. Fahiview Jan. 5-10ditor Sentinel Holidays past, aud the New Year em " tered, we look back upon 1391 and not some of the events which made the yeaf of moro than common interest to nsl On the one hand we had a fruitful seasan, tho soil nrodneinu an abnndancd of grain, hay, fruits, and vegetables of all kinds, for whioh favors every hGart should join in thanksgiving to Alniigh, ty God. The bitterness betwesn neigh' bora having differences, in religion an l politics has also been much modified. After a long struggle with diseases of various kinds, the year closed peacefully, peace-fully, having somewhat soothed the pains and healed the wonnds of the paat. Again, the supply of snow in th mountains at this season of the yerr ie encouraging to the farmers and wool-growers, wool-growers, Let n8 hope the Lord will oless ns with another favorable year in 1892. ! " On the other hand we look back, and . . misi'tlie -.association . of micy if good neighbors, who were called to pass '4irongh the portals of death last year, the death rate being nearly double that of the average. We trnst this year will be as a healing balm to those who have of late been sorely visited; that the Lord will cause them to feel that all is right, and the sun will bhiue brighter than ever after dark clouds havo long overspread the eky. Our people have enjoyed the holidays in the usual good way, especially the young. Our poor have been remembered remem-bered by their brethren aud sisters in better cirenmotanres, and the teachers have not neglected their part in this direction. Oar Primary association deserves mention. It gave a public conceit last Saturday evening, which was a decided success.. The tickets were sold at the luw price of 15 cents and nevertheless yielded a return of 131.00., for the association. asso-ciation. They will soon repeat the performance with some new features, and no donbt add a considerable amount to their little fuud. The Primary association, under the able manage- mant and training of its presidency, has done a good work dnring the-past two years, having with its funds'-etni-grated from Copenhagen, Denmark, three poor children, each requiring abont 35.00 for their emigration. The fund has been raised by giving concerts similar to the one held last Saturday evening, and the funds now being raised by onr little folk will bo nsed iti the same direction. If all the children in all the cities and towns of Utah were directed to do a like work great result . wonld follow, and the children are always al-ways ready to engage,in any charitable enterpriza, Next Saturday the Primary children will enjoy themselves in a social dance during the afternoon and evening of that day. Anyone calling in to see them will be convinced that the little folk can exeell their seniors in .appreciating snch a privilege. The "Snake Dance," in which all can join, always pleases them and belongs to them ex-clnsively. The other organized associations of this place are doing welt, aud we think there is an upward tendency to the conrse pursued by the young genorally, with some exceptions of course. There are rumors afloat that the co-operative roller mills at Fairview are likely to change hands soon by a sals of the property. F. C.