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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - July 14, 1874, Winnipeg, Manitoba Subccribera will please notify UH if there is may Urregularity in the delivery of their papers. Copies of ihia Paper cannot toe had at the Printing Office, but at the Noxvs Depots of Jas. Oonant nnd Kirk Brothers, and from the News Boys on the Street. Mlu :JULY 14, 1874. TJffiE STEW GOVERNMENT'S RE GOODS, ETC. MALLOCH, Main street, opposite the Queen's Hotel, Dealers in DRY GOODS, MILLINERY, FA Yesterday the new G-'overnment's Bill for redistribution was introduced. It, provides for exactly the same propor- tionate representation between English and French as the proposed measure of the old English flnd ten French. Upon this point we expressed ourselves before. We do not consider this representation as precisely equitable, something like sixteen to eight being a good deal nearer it. But the proportion proposed admits tho principle of representation by popula- tion, as said aforetime. Tho only im- portant modification made by the new Government is the restoration of the vlligh Bluff division instead of tho crea- tion of the new division of Oaklands. Upon this point there has been a good deal of argument. But after analyzing I tho whole matter, wo fail to see that it makes much substantial difference which- ever way it goes. Tho sympathies of the people of High Bluff are very simi- lar to those of the people of Oaklands and s. member returned by either of them would likely bo of a similar poli- tical stripe; and therefore we do not know that tho now Government have made any marked improvement by their change neither, on tho other hand, do think there is room for all the ado which members and supporters of the late Government are making over tho alteration. With the exception of some very slight amendments in tho bound- aries the Bill is otherwise as nearly like the previous Bill as may bo. One rather important clause, however, though we do not know-how practicable it is, pro vidas for the registration of persons re- siding without the limits of any of th o electoral divisions, in the nearest or most convenient division, in the discre- tion of tho Judge. Goods, Groceries, Boots Shoes, An experienced Tailor, Milliner, and Dressmaker, No trouble to show goods. on the premises. jl6-m rvROCERIES. Corner of Main and Postomvc streets, Winnipeg, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Dealer in V I SB O n S, WINES AND LIQUOHS, IT cannot be too generally known and understood, that under tho provisions of the new law, it is illegal to se'l, barter, or give liquor or intoxicating drink of any kind to any Indian in. the Province of Manitoba or tho Morth-Wost Terri- tories, no matter whether he bo civiliz- ed or not. IT is stated that the Lieut.-Governor will be one of the Commissioners to ne- gotiate tho Qu'Appolle Treaty. His Honor had groat success with the Indi- ans at the North-West Angle last year, and we have no doubt that his presence at Qu'Appello would bo one of the sur- est guarantees of a satisfactory treaty being made with tho Plain Crees. T UMBER. TT The subscribers bos? to inform the public that in order to make room for' new stock they aie now offering the whole of their stock of seasoned lumber at PRICES WHICH DEFY COMPETITION. Good Common Lum.br r Selected 30 12 and 14 in. 27.60 Scantling and joist, 12 to 20 ft, 25 No. i Fencing, 6 in. 25 No. 2 do- 20 clear 55' No. 2 dp 40 Square pickets 30 Flat do 25 No. I flooring 40 No. 2 do 35 Stock is Large and very Choice. PELICAN, ROBES AftD SKINS Bought and Sold. Ui paid for Butter and Eggs. jl6-m Town Lots for sale- D OMINION LANDS NOTICE. No.' 3 do 30 The ftbovp priqes being for dsh only all orr ders should be accompanied a remittance. AH of lumber in' stock, or pawn to W.J PUBLIC NOTICE is Hereby Given that the Eights of Common and Eights of Cutting Hay, recognized by the 5th Sub-section of Section 32, of the Act 33 Viet., Chapter 3, will be commuted in accordance tvith an Order of the Governor-General in Council, dated the 17th of April, 1874, which provides as follows In all cases where the outer two miles is not taken up in any way, the owner of each front or River Lot, in those Parishes where the right ex- isted, shall receive a grant of the lands in the outer two miles immediately in rear of his lot, such grant to be in full commutation of all Eights of Common and Cutting Hay, claimed in respect of the front lot, and ot any and every other light which such person "claims, or may claim, undor Subsection 5 of Section 32, Mani- toba Act. In cases where from the existence of "Parks'5 or other the whole of the outer two miles can not be thus granted, or where from the junc- tion of the two Rivers or othev causes the Hay Eight is cut off, the owner of the front lot shall receive the balance, if any, of the outer two miles, and scrip redeemable in any unoccupie Government Lands to cover one half as much more land as '.here is in that part of the outei two miles so disposed of. In other Parishes and Townships, each per- son who may prove to be entitled, xinder Sub- sections 1, 2, 3, or 4 of Section 32 of the Maui- toba Act to a freehold grant from the Crown, shall receive an issue of Scrip, the same to bo in full com mutation of the rights of Cutting Hay, and of any and every other right which such per- son claims, or may claim, under Sub-section 5 of Section 32 of ihe Jtfa'nito'ba Act, of one Dollar of Scrip'for each acre of land wliich such person may prove to be entitled to receive patent for. H AVE A CIGAR? FAIRBANKS, at the Shows the greatest variety of the choicest and best flavored cigars in the city Notwithstanding the advanced duty, the stock WILL BE OFFERED AT OLD RATES. HAY ANAS A jlG-m T HE.GLOKIOTJS TWELFTH. The Prince Rupert, with A THREE LARGE BARGES, will leave the foot of Pustoffice street at 7 p.m., ON MONDAY, 13th JULY for nn excursion on the River, calling at the Change Pic-nic grounds. D ANQING. TICKETS J18-13 IMPORTATIONS. Jill T Have received their FULL TRADE SHIPMENTS for the [nescat outfit, find arc prepared to furnish at the Lowest Possible Prices, Complete Outfits to traders, Contractors, Builders, And Others, avk (Successors to A. C. B. Wholesale and Retail Merchants, and dealers in General CROCKERY, BOOTS AND SHOES, Spring shipments have all arrived, and arc mark cd at very low figures. Liberal terms to the trade. jl6-m The Dry Goods Department has beou enlarged and contains the CHOICEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK that has ever been imported into the country. HOUSE r-URNISHINGS, English and Canadian Tweeds DRESS AND FANCY GOODS, Ready Made Clothing, Acti ng Lands, Notre Dome Stree'.. nninion Lands Office, Winnipeg, 9th May, 1874. T 1ST OF LETTERS remaining un- JU called for in tho Foi t Garry Post Office up to July 1st 1874. Matkoivj Mrs Robert Mason Edward Miller Clmrlos Mnriow Alex Morigold John 2 Mitchcl Wm Montgomery Jus McDougnld W McDonald Allan McFcc Angus Macklm Itobcrb McKcuzio Bruy McKay Uilboit 2 Mc'DonnM Dcencan McKciuie Kcnoth MeMuichy Malcolm Mcficnn John McMillaii Daniel Norcok A 5 Nairn Stephen Del'ion Aiehibcild N< riia John Oitoi) Arthur Orr Samuel Edvart Piper M W Pall Henry 1) Eeginljnll Frank Roukstead ChiiH 4 Hobeitson John J Chowtopher i John Smith Wm Patterson Stany John Sloan Henry W Smart Jaa Scott Wra Shaw D A Scott .tens Smith Robert W Sofidld Chnrlcil Shephard John Simpson Jn? Simpson Samnel 2 StokeB John Steiuhoff Orlando G 2 Sutherland Angus AdaiuH Agnow llobtu'l John 2 Allingbam Frank 4 Beck Jainst; liuraey Black Buskcrvillo A 0 Bartlott Win Beclorao John 3 Bird Nicholas Bru.-o Mrs John Blown Oardinnl Jaiimino Condon Duuiol 2 Cropland John Cotton A S Cncheux Henri Campbell D D Cupor Mrs Agnesq Da'ncH G Dnehino Dc-lnine John 2 Doio J E Doupo BoBCph EdRar A F Miss Ncllio Jj'lotcliei1 llobort Eraser Alex Ferguson Iluph Co Gorric Jas P F Gray Daniel Graham W R Gibson Alex Gordon Johoph, Hazcltou Chas Holt Wm Houston Wm ROBS 2 Harklaud Jus Ilerklotp Gregory Hoy Hamilton David Ttaul'drson Wm John S Hunt Adtun Huoser Hermann Jackson "W H Johnson Oeo H F Kelly Hiiol) Kearns Kennedy Ilngh Keltf J'J1; H 2 Leader Thos Leaker Wm LcHfry Kobert Laclmpelle John. Livingston John Lollor Patrick Ladaer H C Malehom Wm Mahoncy GeoT2 Sfftlkcr Geo G Wopton Wm H lira J Wright Alberb 2 MWitTVm Wolf John C WikBon, WaHer Wttlder Henry Waid John Warjiax P 2 Bobcrt A' Wihn W Me DOUG ALL, Notwithstanding the Insroaqed Tariff are still offered r.t th, ibuai prices the old brands of A large and complete assortment of General HABDWARE, American Cut Walls, English and Norway Iron, Building Paper, Etc Etc., in nlock, which are Offered at xceptionally low prices, Fort Garry, July 6 1874'. jlfl-lm 'SFAFLRI
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