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   Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - July 21, 1881, Winnipeg, Manitoba                                THB MANITOBA FREE PRESS, EDITION) I E I) I C A L. M. -I'.. M. 0. S. U Manitoba VOL VTII. THUR8IDA.Y, JULY 1881. rpius. Manitoba Free Press and-Standard til. tli.' gleam Printing Oltleo, by THURSDAY, July 21st. SPLENDID SPECULATION DESIRABLE Investment. Auction Sale. DENTAL. 'L 1JKNSOS'. Ij.D.S., A HA'RVIK, SU-nCiHON Dontnl lion's lilnek, o DUNTIST, LEO A L. KENNEDY SUTEn3RLAN.D, 10 Biggs Pearson's Block, Street. T. S. !H u corner ol Aven Imvin die tlH-C. IV II. Station, S5xllO COrt I iv Mf. ALSO. III rtfc McTiiv il rear of a1tov< (HI ft x HIM! running lo a Iniiu I n v. tilth. Tlio -Multi proiM-rly, lyltijf mediately tlioC. V. B. excellent imlnceiiicnt lor a ml liivcHlnieiitot. wlill< iropvrty 1" McTarlMtiKi a Manufactory. ciiwli, Imlam and two yearw, lUMlaliu at iiumim. Til IB 1'lnn on view. ttulu on HIP tfroiiiid al il o'clock W. DUFOUR CO., Auctioneers. Julj-11121 Another Chance. be offered to Buy a Business Lot BY AUCTION, THE HI OF IE CITY. iU A, H, I-', of situated in Llic very luttirt. ol liulim onpoHlU) tliu terminus oi jlnmTthu culminating pulnl. for i'per feet NETWORK OP STREETS. Kueh a frontlets of u little over 3l iset on Dimie Street, two of their frnntalsoon Garry Struct, nml lot  THE -BOUND- ARY. From Hilt Portage rrofjrnsH. The Court of Quecn'B llench of Toronto has ilecUlud. that Ontario Iins no joui'isili'J- lon nt But PortJigo. Tin; Union Insurance Co., ofTnronio, Out., unteretl a suit in (he Court of Qmien'H Dundi ngitiiiKl lir. J. of MunniiiK, ifcDomiltl, MuLarcu it- Co of ScHimi B., G. V. hod it writ is- Biictl for service upou Sir. Sliieliln ivilljin ueifdi'L-tion of the province. The writ was served nt Hat Portiiga hy Mr. A. C. Kil- lum. barrUler, of Winnipeg. Mr. Shields to his lawyers nt Tumnlo, Bethune, Moss Jj'alconbridge, who moved before the couct to set aside the service, as it not boon effected within the junti- diulion of thu Province. The court ordered the service to sctafiide and the phuntifiK UnoLllic fuel of tli- 0..... M the Suuf-h-AVcsturji octlicSL Paul bynd cnle. but it in M-he'ilifi1 (he penplc of Winn nee nre wlllimr to hnvo Ibeir m- lei-rt-miitrollfii ordicUiteil hy.thc Intici-. BO, the naUiniUy in-iKcK thirl, in future when tliu Sonth-WcuUM-n is in a Kitiou lo carry freight, nnd when Hie inc. cbmitsuf this eity livull tbeiuselvcK of t opporUinitie.-itlnistriven them of i.blmnn ulniiuur rules limn ure now nfftmKii tin- tl.e Minm UispuBilion llml the St. Hyntliwitu limy iiintiifwft iln by ditmundiiig ol' the city cotiiiui) Uic wit drawal uf Uio of (lie tills city from lliu Soiilli-WwtU-Tii mr. ing the thrciil if they cio Hot give the Hj dinite rond all tlmir nolwilliuiai: ing the rules Uiey may clmrfiv, that they (the Syndicate) will-wiihdmw, tin they now thrciit-en to do, their pai.ronnt'C nnd support y of Winnipeg nnd lo give you tliu con- ction ivitb ilie Ann yi; both wi.st and ne time, -ji'im Bvmt'in of mil- JSt, JlltlKI, lit- UlO after our own inlvrewtK and x, 82.30 ANNUM. Circulation of I'ltltKrt tit IIIIKIT dm that orallollior 1'iiltiTK In Ihv I'ruvlmx' fiuu blmul. are diwpOK'd lo rccopiiy.i! tl nt hnvo been made, and thun secure ihy susfKiry ciipiUtl to accomjilisb .whnt we' iose no above indicated, ii will be oar ty io Bfi! wliiit t'OiinM! we jniiy Imve lo i'i to %vork out future of tho South- which will rusult In the grwitwt od to the and lit tbc linit- ucfit tliofit: wlio ni'ii willing to profit by L-efforts, llul- I inn dispoiied to believe it tho nianlincfifi and imleper.Jence of the ixeiiK uf Winnipeg will iiuiif-narUly ri'jic! the Syndicate at nny effort i roorce tlie people to MO otherwise than at whirb in honorable and generous to. iniH the Soutb-Wectcni enterprise. K. A.O, I'KW, Vive President. Ino Editor of Hit- Fffo PrOKB. I'otiT itdiijit'iiblc article in i Hie "lUiilway JtomiK Qiu-stioij" fully uni XHt'tly mnbodies the ]irevnJling "Ihe Indeed, Ihe wliole course of ie Fruc Press toiu-fiinp; oi sts been unilify ihades of ]iolitii-K. However, if J be ot in errur, Iben- in an important iliseiiKsod by you io-duy llml ttle hits biM-n wvid iipuii.und which J kc to nee It lliis: Tlie ymlicat-cwill have, running east of ihm Caniiditin tenllory, n lonij and im- ortmit niih'ond; (mil if Winnipcf; Iw on nnd Iwimuld flbe with extrusive, uiacliitie ltd workshops, nefyitwirUy tuldiuK Ihoii- pciptihiliuti, we hhall donbtlews K fi-wlcrtf to thu main line fimliTmtf here i all (tireiMioiifi, the viiluc nnd impoi- ;eofull of wMdi uitliiidty of cniiTiul be overeBiiniale'I. Bunlh- Veslcru. on llienlliLT liaiul, will hnvi; 110 udureineiit (o brins vwlbound freight or iiijiccngurrt to Winnipeg; on tbc t-onlmry, U inUimst will be build up lie Auieriuin of ruilromlu, of I'liicb it In lo form a piirt. IK it so hat wlicn the South-Western wius (be weiitielh Liiiic (Kaiii (broiigh its sutler, he rushes ofi" to New York and gets iUiliKtK interested in .lie Norllit-rn nnd some of iLs conneclioiiK, to tnliu itnnilninltcltanil the wbole }Inu hut is run west hundreds of milcK .hrough Cimadiiin tcrriUirv near the boun- dary line, tribntnrv to the Northern Pacific? Now I itlioulf] lilic- know how Winiii- 'g is goiiif; to be helped iiinch by micli n scheme, Winnipeg will be lliu .liriitinim of n way hide line. Ami il tho Sunlit-Western people nre not fools they n-ill build their jiriiic-ipiil ibe junction of the Wiiuiipeir bnincli whh [be wcntorn near the boundary line, wjiure doiilitlesKii town of Ihcir own lilie n baby, won't wiy any more, only 1 iust (iiivu up feoliiiK Hltc n ninti for IL while myself. jniton had linconn.- ilh money nnd provimdDit for UK. lrot- n.u liisl time J bvlutYctj in religion, lie iiiiKk- UK promise nol to tell his hut of yon know tiediuu -Mho north Jmlf of i Mr. Editor, 1 Huvo (old you nv it. ivtis told nif, only otit- the, DmiiUh Nini fervent pmtt- iiuighbor, whom; eocliiii IK 10, rsingu went, nt tJnnid Valley. Such no- tions imilic UK think belter of ntir kin-1. Thnt tine good tuny lonj; tttiionu; His ilwlru to tliu nii'M llxit tbey would nol iiK-niion bin mtmti Inn scrupulouely respeeUMl. 1 will only udtl ibntif he ever n kindni'ss- there me intiny nauly to (io it. With to you, Mr. Kdi'lor, fur your 8pace. C'llfHCnWAN. from the nwk n wiy- Comprising every" bo runiifili ;cithor with proof cm trade, to: cinlBll d of use. Reliable i dally Increasing cl-ory retisons for rieM jui.v'-'O-ai cViCAii's towiiBitu fiuid to be just omcrglne from the wivturs. Spota bcru und there nre visible, and it U hoped tlmt m course of time the balanco of t ta ptacc will auncnr above the troubled The water at Urandun rose incbort bc- en Sundny night und Monday afternoon It doesn't trouble Brandon much, however. Buildinir in being ynshud fonvanl as nwc an ---'orHilc.mbogotfor thnt jet at. At the Queen's REiL ESTATE AUCTION SALE ROOMS, ACCOUNTANT and CASHIER OF rjutiudlan PnclBo Railway, rnrrnii PURE WHITE LIME For Sale. mnnll ciuantlllos, bonrd cursor lit. L. REMEY CO., Real Estate, Fire InBurance and General Commission Ag'ts. Iain Street, Portap la Prairie, :iioA witii ill! ii mi Ui uil Janl! CHAMMONYEOJ Practical Auctioneer, All I.OAVI5.S nplly nllliiiKil St Cr.AHKH. hart riv iirupst cities i.fKtvin F.RECKLK per- frctly harmless prcmniMon, and n nositlve euro I'ur FrofltlfH, Tan, Motn nil umluQ roughnessuiul rudnvHA iVfli'skin U'fivlnclue comnh xloii fair nml vLlvetv. City Pharmacy, F. KOLW M.TJ.. imxtdoor north of 1'. Q._____________ For Sale Cheap FOB CASH Grand Piano A Chickering BRAMPTON )O Lots ut Auction in thin HlilcmliiDy Town. GEANI3 OPPORTUNITY or Speculation and Invest- ment. Town Lots and Parma for Sa'.e Oolleotitms Promptly Attended To, yon con locution In llicPorfiso. lot wltli Ktoro. Be Correspondence Solicited. 00 Unsurpiibscil In this Province for torn, and stylo. Gobi SJ60. On exhi Iho -.tore of MR. E. MAYCOO THE B1N3SI STOCK OF WALL PAPERS 'a Wall Paper Eliznr, No. 6 McEe'nnbtt Street So. 331 Main St. 1SOMAT1.CSAPONAOIWUS THOMPSON'S Private Boarding House iwt 77 A 7tf Itannut-yiic Ci nil lionsc from Soyth SUio. HE 2'J AUTimX Secretaries of Agrietiltnrnl Societies an reciueHtcd to .send in tlie dates fixed for their exhibitions for insertion in thiH list, wind will Ije published weekly. B Presbytery of Manitoba met ycstcr- The following to attend the Robertson, 1'rof. Ucv. .Folin Scott. West nt I'orlHKo la Prairie. ifu'nllemeu went out thei meeting Hart; MnWuCity j Mr. klrk.nndlKiv.Dr.OooLnins, of Braiitlbnl. Buv. W. Eiimoll und Dr. Agncw also ai- tumleil u.s cHlci'H. PjIOVIXClAI. AOHIOULTDliAL AXI) Ix.DUSTHI oociKTVof Manitoba, nt Ociobu 11, 12 and 13. Acton Burruwx, MOUNTAIN EIXCTOKAI, DIVISION HOOIHTV, Pilot Mound, September 27 and 28. Hiigl MeKcllnr, Becrcinry, CryKlal City. MORUlii ELBCTOItAL DIVISION HoCIKTY, Wc-BlLynnu, October 5 and G. V. Crot- bie, Secretary, WeetLynne. fiouTH DurKcniN SOCIETY, nt. Mom City, October 13. SOCIETY, at Sellcirk, September 2 KMKIISO.V EI.ECTOIUI. HOCIKTV, a Dominion City, October 3 and (J. S i, Secretary, Emeruon. lain infoimuii UmtOic rate from Toron- to Chicago in HO cents farchiKK A freight imd thiiKnmelroTii Olitciigo io .St. ivbout the onino tlteUincc frtrni wicli point from St. Pniil to and Mint lhc rut u oflhc wimc class of freight from !M. Paul to Winnipeg is 8G ecnt-s nearly three .LimcBOBmuuh nstlmtfoi- the similar (Jis- uliove i-eferred to. The eireuniHlJinee lhat from the COIIIJIL'- tion we prnpwe to -give lo the people of of! Winnipeg Itiereby IbiK lormouB ratcchiiryed to tho niuruhai.U to KomclhiiiK Hlte A reiisonable nnd jhtirgc in no tloubi-onc of the rcasnus hy the St. 1'nul Syndicalu ure no unniged to lose their hwuiH nnd inalie lhc tbrwitu JL-Ji tlioy did tin? other evening nt the ,.y council but Hie iiu.'t that you Imvti dvLBed the people of thin Hiy to accept ie Icrnifi dictated by the Si. 1'mil Syndi- ile is-not BO usciifatblc M tliu threats il- If, bet-mise the Syndicate Inul no doubt wovcrcilUmt. notwithstanding Cftiin- inn Government bud tiedtlia people ofUic Norlbwcht hnitd und foot nnd bunded ilium vftr bodily to the .Syndicate, and lint Ihe monopoly thus jrivcn them was bout to be broken by my haviijg cut the ovds Unit bound the people, UIUB tibowing bein that the Bueptre about ptiKSing their Imndu, and Iliat the poojilv of the would no Jongor bu theiv ......f" k'ill f-pring: up, therefore', from Ihe I'Mvernil and (ii-gnnienlK your jxccllent urtiele cnntuiiiK in favor of grant- ing ubonufi lo the Syndicate nu-1 with- holding liny from Ihe South-Western, it ap- pears to me the hitter fins but vlfiims [ti fftvor either from Winnipcfj or the coun- try nt indeed in comparison hneb projected JJues Ihe Soiitb- ..ji.sk-ni or the Duhifh fc Winnipeg nnd ihc Winnipeg HudRon and itll of wbicb il. would be to the interest, of Winnipeg to nsKiM. to the utinewt of abililv, especially the former two. July 20, 1881. A CITIKEK. To tlie of lhc Fri-o Prosw. Having rend your editorial MI railroad which your iKfrn-. of this feel it my duty, iw a citijicn ami nitcjiayer of our city, io' eoiigmtululu you CD clear and lucid i.innner in wbicb you rtliteij the isitufttJon before your renilcrK, and J liope that every aldKriniin and nitejMiyer read tljenriifKi earcfully, and, leaving piTJiuIiccff and jiOlilk-s oui. of (be tjnetition, look utlhc matter r-almly, dinpaeuion- niely und intelligently and by so doing 3 fet'.l'certain Uiat tliey will coinototbc uinni! ttinclutiiun tliat you do; nnd intern! of puf-ping at a Hbiulow "lihe tbe ilog with the ineftt in hiri mouth crossing the liaug on Lo the reality which is ut our doors, unl can. 1 hiilieve, mako or uimuritt! (mr :iny rnlo. can rclnrd our pro- gress for some years, and by so doing. nlJow oilier point. 1o grow in tho uicnn- tw a rival to us, if not. our superior; nee it becomes the duty of our nldcrmun act wisely, mid.do that which i'i for tbe st, itilercito onhiH, thu "nt "resent, nnd J ...iKl I'nntinue to niclropolis of tlic L'niirie Province. Tniciing thiit J hball live an npporiunily afforded me noon of for the bonus for tbe C. I'.Jl. WJKKIPKCI'H EBBT Ixreinctd-rt. Tilt: .MIItTII M.MiMCTII' tin- Killior "f tin- l-'iv.; 1'rpKK, Wliilst tiit-ri' is Hiich u gent-rnl M-rnmbW just now us Ui hbnll huvo the liiui's slMiD- of lliu olepliant, once nilloil Htiperi'fi. Lund, a prcciotiK opportunity y ycur to nil mivli Koeictit's us tbe llistoriail niitl Scieiililic Society of ilUib.'i, to in inj onterprisc Uiat, thciiigh cijtiiillr upci'tilnlivc, may ncvurtlur- Icus he jmHvgenemUj1 of advantitgo to nmn- kinrl. It wns long to rhttt KOciely thnk il should taltv rtops to hitve eiilier iiJitf-netio obK-rvatory, or a siiJiinl Fdttion plunti.'d at thv noitJi inagtuilic pole. The iHTChhity.for isucli (tu ing is (ill tins gtvatiT, bemutie, tn-itig nowoti ilsciiKlcm !t in travelling over tliu iVniiiMiht of Hooifiia Kclla, n wbicb it will liavi; (o crosn n, wide of rrincc KegonlV Jnlut, diiriny which time there will be no opportunity of observing movements inlet being filial with moving flelds of the roughest ice tlirwtly the north. Jt it, unlikely that ibis mysterious pole tmx iivcilnnd hincu tho unknown period, when, bi-ing on its easu-rn (which must Imve been Konictiim1. during the hwt bul I'oC the puht it went over tlie puijcrtion of our co'jtinent. It moved wentwunl up to Kebnmry nilico which linui it hius been on Ilv rclurn journuy to tlic eaNk-rti hoppoboij to he soinewlieru to thu norlh ofSiljeria, nml inuv arrive tl'uro at iho close of Uio next century, or thereabout. When. It wns dis- covered by that of Arctic navi- gators, Sir HOKK, in it lind evidently not long IM.-SII inoviag overland, il way luund to bo directly cm tbo lern etwirt of JJooihln J'i'lix, fn mie. north. It is prolxibh- during tbe Inlvi-val from lime it )iad front this coiisllinuto the jn'riod of its icluin, nnknown movements wen; over Ihe neu- (juvurcd KJmce, kiimvn Sir Jitums Rons' Western Sen. the foregoing it .would be apparent bow important! it would lo ttiliL! iidvnnluge of Ibe curliest period nt which thnt valuable knowledge may be gathered which ic iilone 10 be found there. JJriefly, and bui- piirlinlly Ktatcd, umy bo tracing of IU pnu- fiage over tbeuarfh'K surface court-i; mid ituniial rate of movement; (hu general inanf- fcriliitioiiK theie of subject considered so intpo-rimjt by (he Im- perial tJovtM-nmcnt, thai, iu my dny, il IUM Jittedonl three fxpvditions, wu'h ut u costof l.hii) being n tirst Jinn of ilftoelwi by mitgnelit: xlontiK this, Umii1 di-gi-oe in wbicb JU daily and periodic VnrlittioiiK nil) iifl'ectcd aliltu ny Jong dryu and uighlx, JlH and colds; the daily ntriifnclfi; force ihe year round i will it return hy the Mumi track 7 nd .more than all, to Joiock, nt that gtiic and unit the double question Kill lire bold that inlying link, ind will die give it up, Unit will (jive lo he world n tHiiffiittoffrttftb Uial, dispi'tiKJng vitb telegraphic wires, will .Jiirttiml' give it the use of Ihiti, the furlhtBl-reaching Ihe most onmipresont nnd perpetuul of tho known mun, iind conx-cy thwlr Qi'bl lo ihc I'oJn from any given thence to dviiiiuiilJon, and so Imclc ago in by the mynlcrtous earth- iurrciitfi whieli swift to converge ihuro? Bli Ihu hwiiling In sn publlBh Tlio Bonanzas fur funn- ...L- St. Punl Honeer telegnim from Ottawa ati Intent Dominion govcni- still announeos that, u ,f ICfJ acres will he given free to every'settler in Manilobii and the North- West It further Siiys, speaking of the OiinuiUim" 1'acilie railway, that 300 a west are to be built, until 'lereHofthebestwhetitluml in tbo world are opom-d for KOttlcinent, und ucres of Lhu best b-nixing land theymr round brought within range ofeivjliiwUon. HOTEL ARBIVALS. Nngle and two chlldi'e Etifjle L'tlce; John T SlcRea, A J nysldc. A McKay, Morris; Win Iriindun; Francis Bacon, Cll.v: J Murray, Toronto: Ocorjfa IleUwny, J'oria la Prufrlej Wm Mnnfiers. Owen Kouint; Hcllhvcll.Preslflti; A Londoii; tor, Htnrr1 Unnnpiou. MBBIOAN-I n Whether thii> piece of Icnowledgv ho m.w- ijiilrcd or not will, at nil thv MiUitfnctUiu of Jcavintj lietitiul UB (Jnwo loot prints on th of time" by which, 10 doubt was somewhat i OKK of temper nnd want of judg 'cHlcd on tlie evening in (jucjiliun for iho cut ninni. us 1 ha intimated. TJie Soiith-WeBtern in view of the eir- jiimslfUicuH thai.tiru now taking plucu may, ftliu citv of Winnipeg adopt your twlvice, mil instead of giving us the moral and ma- terial support and emjwirngemenl ihat we bly exjjuct ut ynur iiunds. after liaving thus broken and destroyed likely to he one of iho greak'sl rnonopolIcK UmL Viw ever L-reaied by uny government und thereby opening tin avenue of by which tbc people of thin CJrcnt North. West could hope Io huvo an nulleUhiin that iiflorded ihem br Ihe uuignriniinoiis people who contra! the Ciimuia Pacific. Permit >ue now tu put yon right willi re- gard fo tbe of tbo position of tin, Sonlh-WcBtern ipiesfJon, as to her ebligtt- tiuiis lo the city of WJnulpeg. Tlio fact-i are that the Company ore not bound by thei. charter, ii-s amended, to make Uie city o Winnipeg ilieir head rjunrterH, but, nn th- Ihey'cmi mtikc miy point on (h- iimin inn; tif tbc Uiiinidian Selkirk, their slnrfini.: ]niint, und mny nu to tin; Hoiiris coal fields A NAMAHITATi. the liUltor of tbe Vvms Press. act of humanity iins pev- med in tht4 neighborhood thnl desen-cs lo be mcnlioiu'd far and near. Within mileti uf the cathedral city of IK iniiny resident ciurgy, there is no man deputed here to Kpeuk for tbc church of old Knghiiul. We have latvly had of Ihe canons und profexfiorH (of travel- ing uloug Hie nmin roiid on "ccclepftiHtienl but none bins been here to i-peak i word in season. "No mini caret h. for o Minis.'' Sunday after Sunday Jlethoditi and honor to them- meet io worship Ciod nfttr tbe in aim of Ihi-lr falheis. Some nf the Kp! copalians have been much rhuerod 1 numerous ari.s of kitiducss from clergymen of another in in this   L' getting "long nici-lymi their my very liighly the e mosquitoes with which that suction of wintry is thickly The oxeiir- tlmt they enjoyed Ihcir trip vdingly, but no far as has been ,....Vd none of them express any de cridu permunently nt Fisher Kiver (art for home was made Ifistl'nday, TiiompKon, Mlllor, Brandon; C Keewatln; HA Campbell' la I'rnlHe; Mrs Win 1'Fiirrell, Kejiwnlln; JIUJIOH Glllcsplc, nt, Portairfs: David llrcrcton, CrosoLake; W Sniw.uikeei J2 J nn- S Ci WrlifMi, linilhlo; C PeliTHon, Itwii Dfimnl., ol'Tnick. O'Connor, Paris, Ont; I-I'y ainilloo, nntJldCJty; Waluir H Hcnrapnel, rilUiu PC SprhigrtC-ld; nn.pion, P Q.; Onis Hinl I Ji, Climlrd, Ont; Hr ulford.Sfonewall; Ceorgt; Ort-Pii, JUxiser, Jt A Lftinlwrt, Alta Crntg; .4 AHIH- Montreal; Ttinnins McJCJIlo, Hfititlmiilp- on; JHciiry Ailrtiiifi. Wineiiuin; II A Ciunp- C'llf SF .Smith iti. Out; FJ liowlCH, Belklrk; A oronto; W Ifca iBccr- ire lo The Si lay and Monday last were spent I- andic Wvcr, the Victoria mil venturim, out into tho Inko ou account of the bigl winds. j__________ ST PAUL Globe official uu uounuoment over the of Secretary Suwucr, of date Saturday, ia being pjiblmh ed irj tbc Ololte, announcing llml the di of the St. Pnul A Manitoba com uaiiy lnvo declared n fietm-nunual divjdeu of a per -cunt, the uipiUil stock of th the charter. itcresled in Ibc Soull Kuilwny from Winnipeg Oiilui. nnd the proba hi lilies l.hnl Ihe Unit I repi'i'Kent mny have the control objective point naiti may inform you that .id nu means t-i doctor I did now whiii i" cln. J. Bpunt MH; hist n-d fo ii'iid anil K-niie bnindy fcr .Tim, wli can-fly exiJi-ctxrd ly find alivt-. trauipe U the way iMlctttJiu round Iran lull yo found my idd JVi.-nd Kinking UK I thoujil VL-D. sir, with the nid of thu bnindy I !gtrd (xt Uoejj him up. H M-HS n look out. -.Jini wiw a Koodifili Mirtnf a fcllowa its fora minictur. Vt'Jicii 1 was Iraiiduli 3 iiifjliirtrl if thert- WHS n chill me, the answer WHS no. When 1 Hot liiii wanted to knoif what about n 1 stiid there waa lioiio io ,bu -1U- w d 1'i'vn byanjni! wben who had been INK un lhc kiudeot fullvw in tin; vrw "One of the best out of JU'.-m-ii.'' Id do hut 1 nnwt K" far him. Well. ......uuhl it was Ibi; Tiirt Uiituf 1 could fur my poor rhum.so oO" I found ilu: iiiiniKtor he nt. wqrlc fllo with ;t hired man. J told him what. 1 want- JK- nuid In- hn-1 hwinl tlmt ilu-rc was n niinistiT hut it was nut him, and utter "'bile stiid tliu circimi-lJiiu'i-s he would bt-cxc'UHcd fur in- iiifi" or something that. He turn- ...dun.ur.d und tuld the man to Uifcu ihr; whilht lenvlnjfvnliiablt.1 behind will Iiiijiosij a Jilte diily'oli those HUC- UH, und thus, at Uic mont iliKlunl urc, our KUCCCSKors will bo nblu U> com- a ihe its fuiui-p movements. Hie engaged in thin duty we will be forming u w0rk of hum mi of re- ving from tlieir present condition lhat lion of tliu KMpiiuinux fnmily wlio were dincovereil Ijy Sir John HOKK ill d who him valuable nxst-ilnnec, froiwn up for yearn, d beiny tit lam obliged to abandon it from of supplies, ho rvtrisaixjd Vwy eh, where Jbund n Ktovc, nml from -nee be afforded in liiydy relief. TliU fraction of .Itw. uman family nre stllJ Jiving in the "nloue d iron mid it would be ii uocial u1- numliou to them to have utich nn ostrt- ftR wrtHlilirfnnt-nt. Uiot uld, fnAKroul-mi'NMini, be Mlf-Mtflaltting the jualtei1 of pun- tlio being HI uiui'h fmijueiiU'd liy anu tltc inceliiifrplavo of numbem uf OHC marine usufill to hich Jiuve (bund ilieir wny there, aliUo .111 the AUiuiifc im.i J'm-ifie oecaiiK Jf Kovernmeitlw ciuniot be miivot! in tJilH nportnnt service, lot Henry GriimelU id .lames Gordon or the worM, if Iu. be who have thu -wilth, as well At) the geuoroclty, U> their fdlowmcn ilmt which forinno nd lni..-nl Imve Kiven ihem, and by which have bruueht under ciiiul jntcrnatioliril hiinsbinu, nnd niado net K'OW w'llt a llir'" of nt Ibc Kttmu limi> e wiiKKunl forth tlmt wan iippreualtx! inllueim-, by which tbo could be manifested will! to hclirwt tiivoiedof iiwnkind. If vou thiMlt ilila worthy of in mr pnblir-Hpirilcd and over reliable diimnx ft in nt yonr .July 12. MAOKHIWUMII. VKUaicer. Win Jilpps, Trcnion: Huv Oeo .1 Cirnv, Cambrttlicc, Jj Jf UMti- VK' A- W Ilillcry, Mr 'IV.ronto; O K CHlcnKo; A Jeffrey. Miwlor John ofTruy, St CaUwirinen; -lohn Own-vie, (jcnme livMuKK, aiontrenl, K rnxterleb W linker, Emerson; Mrs Wilson ;tater, London; Alex BeUiuna, Arclil- 1A1VITOBA FKKIOIIT MT The 1 lowing freight, pimseil St, Paul on Hit, irimpti; Boy d: Gllmorc, 5 hair barnrU plek- .js; Boyle, Wislmrt.A Co, 2 lonpio. -1 Ijiirreln pickelu; McDonald Krna, 2 olunis, 1 Cft-Ho tongue; H JJrydKen, I blower, 1 c tsnaft; MnlholfuniJ Brow. J halo beltlne; A RlntlNkojr, IcttM beef; J W Whltmau A Co. leniQpK; Cnnndlan PacJflc BJilhVfty, line, it will V n qncKlinn UK 10 du in the event nf Ihe SyntlioiU- ItL-iiiR itred and itcltiimrluilwd by Vunrc-oinuil s their mnelors, whclht'r it will bt cJcsirabie k amp nlher point UK tin- point f our opurationb 13iwi nr of ill-- 11-d Which 1 dn not wish to thrt-dUu. tin- Canadian hat'L- hit l. unions you do certain Ibinus for us Tf vill witlulnuv the fi-nui Wi-i- Upug ami crilabliflb J lot, hoM-ever. the fiict and ihereiiy yonr i-wulerfl ihulitia at all Hkdy lmt we in tlie event of your reconuntn- hitinn lo the people to throw cold on mr witcrpriBC nml five UK; 
                            

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