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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - October 22, 1881, Winnipeg, Manitoba CITY AND PROVINCIAL. ONET TO LOAN ON ITBSTl JOHN B. McKILLIQ AN mEE jfcmitoba Tree Press and Standard MORTGAGES ON REAL MAODONNELL MACDONALD. MONEY TO LEND on security of Heal lulyvtf Barristers, Etc, lpeg. Accountant, _. an4 General B. Offices lempanrllj In Morrie Block, Main Street Next room to Row, Klllan 4 SUBSCRIPTION. W.50 Ined. SlOOiOOO W H. FAIUPIELD, better known as I du-d yesterday at the residence of his In brother, Mr..H. B. Fairflold. MESSRS. I boen'out weal turned to this c: Holbrook's last Manitoba season arriv ap2Stf Other onargeB moderate. A. W. AUSTIN, Over Chapman'. Hardware Store Winnipeg. MONEY TO LOAN. CUBLINQ STONES! All person, wishing to get GRANITE ODBLDHJ STONES pleiu-o raill and leave their onlors with the undersigned, an I am sending off an order, B. R. KEITH, Seed Merchant; 318 Main Strpet tho left To- Tlie ___ yery pleasant and speedy run wag'made through- _ _ _ i out, as is customary with Mr, Holbrook's M. A BBOFOBD and 0. H. Brewetcr, rcpre- M In reoognition of gentleman', senting the Halls Safe and Lock Oo, are m tbe addresB was presented the city to remain a few days tohlniTen his arrival here 1-Hjr. emjCAT Ml Becldent TBE HIIDBOBI'8 BAT rat'namriB.iPwir. BBV B SLPora, of Bmerton, will occupy the pnlpit in the Bethel M E. church oxcnrslon party from From tho Globe exploratory survey party. to. examine and reportnpontho practical 4llty of building a. railroai from Norway HUUBIJ, M the eastern extremity of lake Winnipeg, returned to thin city on tho evening of Thnnday 20th inet., after an absence of 1 about three months. The rir. recommending our nuoh pleasure who eontem- BHOETS, of Evanstone, pus- with all is city on Tuesday last, In I fuiu're. IMPOBTBBB OT .iJBrtkV. weaie.4ear.lr, Robertson, who has been i-'i" of Superin- a of parly, kindly give, the following information! Mr. I ------Meet of (he Boyii I Engi- on tho ordinance survey- for present occupies tendent of tobaand the KortK-WeBt Tei present in the city att-nding a me _ the Home Mission Committee of the General Assembly. ineaomemswonvommuieeoivnevroniOT. He vtui for acquaintance with clwunKjteriBlJci. nc- I araiiigniBiiiBii nna il known iiithon- attired in the cotirae of a recent mission I mattam havinir bean some Can accommodate borrower, with Loan, in .urn. of to Interert low. Favmrata eaiy: No and Pay: cluced law charges. Apply W docB1 O. MoMIOKEN, MONEY TO LOAN AtBeaucedEateBoflatereBt. "i 348, MAIN AGENTS EOll E. L DREWRT, BREWERY. opg-mlyi '-----------------i--------- f aibb, oT'wTorompEon. Edward I BlRhop, M. E. Bird, and one hundred and iuu UI.TI I thirty others. theM E church at Portage la Prairie Mr. Holbrook wlll remttin mtown a (cw Shorts enters npon his new pastorate with d organbo an CXCniBion party to bright prospects. lontaiio. No doubt there area large num- I ber of people, especially ladies and child- THB services of the MethodiBt Church of 1 celll who propose to visit Ontario this win- Canada to-morrow in Orace and Zion tori they cannot do better than travel 1 churches will be as follows In tho Tab- I ygfo, the protecting wing of Mr Holbrook. omacle, Bev. J. Bemmen. In the morning; I The return party leaves heie on the 26th, Kev. J. E. Btarr in tho evening. In Zion I the fMe j30 foi second class, and Church, BEV Mr Starr in the morning, and for nrBt As Mr Holbrook takes Rev Mr Semmens in the evening. back all first clnsa cars, the average SILVER ____ SlkDE, Ale and Porter m BARRELS AND BOTTLEa FRESH TEAST. Also Grains for cows and AT the city police court yesterday Thomiis Lamb, F Oerst, S 'Farmer and I another dead beat wlio didn't know hid own name, were teed 91 and costs, each for being drnnk Mary Lewis, another drnuk, was fined and costs. Samuel Ctt8e of in the city yestei-day, have beeji ln Dominion for ahoufrseven mg which time they have had opportunities to prosecute their nearly six hundred acres, fell yesterday un-1 jnqniuM, which have extended over, a con- All order, tort at the Vault., Borie Street, wfil be promptly attended to. Tun proposty at Portage la Prairie which during known as the consisting of op is kno' der the auctioneer's hammer to a syndicate of two or three Portager. for the sum of 1 pnBeB jjr mdwlg Schreiner, of Heroorn, per acre. This is conaidered quite a strike, I Hesge-Nassau; Dr. Eduard WiedersKelm, of tut the property is said to be worth ten times the amount of the purchase money It IB u now intended to have a portion of the prop-1 of Beutlmgen, Jind Ludwipt Qlock, erty set apart for the purpose of a public jEme, of Preudenstadt, They patk. _______ are accompanied by Mr Ignatius Konnann, I ,u0 offlciates as interpreter The "party Tmwall.l1ol the Ogilvic flouring mill are MTenteen days in Manitoba, where riiins at the rate of story a week Those I from Winnipeg to ahoat complete (hence TttrHe j returning via the Sourl. river to Brandon, and thence to Portage la Prairie and mnm- itarie.., Already'ttie ex- of to Loan Loan CompanY Leave Bt. Vlnmnt for i feti-K-------" ve Wlralj Arrive MANITOBA MD BWESTMEW CO selves, and Individually, M well M collect- Ively, contributed to one of the pl ma enjoyed. Thta itlcaeaithe season, here. Jf. Ptor Portage U Prairie Wn.jp. Branch nma, at Brandon. MANNING 'CO., Bankers and Brokers ANDREWS BAB- on any or the principal eltle. of he United States. Hioniats will govern themselves accordingly THE GEBHAN YIHTOBB. A Praellml OplDlan of traversed He mot with no malcontents I byom. party was the Hudson Buy Com- tauoe and York boat route from who would like to see provision made more area of country. The partyMm- crops an cou cep he bad to sell. on the Big Plain aver- lnkBB gtreams to the eastward oi it the agedfrom40 to 42 pounds tothebusheland distance between tbcue of the JIuoBon. 60 bushels to the acrerand at' Brandon by rj.- Company on a straight lint is 301 time the new oats came in could I e to fall from Norwny House to wlkd Hill nivcr as far ft the (unction of Pox Bivor when il becomes the Sled Biyor to its conftueut the Sbauiattawa, from which the united stream tho way to Hie called Haycsriver Leaving Bwainpr like. Hill River lor nineteen miles Hows through a labyrinth of snail islands Although the banks are Urn, there is very considerable tolerably regular de. scent in this distance, Uie fiver being broken by a great number of rapids, all of which may be run by boat.. The bed of tho river, and the innumerable small ialand. are mostly formed of angular block, of gneiiw. The character of. river change, at a point called "The 110 miles above York Factory, and Bom that po'nt downwards no more rapids occur to the stream is shallow low water, and runs wltti a anlft current to head of tide about nine mile, above York The Sbamattawa appears to bo a larger stream than the Steel "river, with which it unitcsand torms the Bayen. The lat- ter has an average width of ten chain, a. fur as Penny GuWwa, n small stream atout twenty-four miles above York Below till, the breadth Is a quarter of a llo, but it increases regularly to half mile, and op- posite Yotk Factory it becomes ono mile. In descending Hayes river, the clay tanks diminish height from an average of fifty foot at the termination of Steel rivet to twenty-seven foot at York Factory. Along the stream above described, from The Itock downwards, islands are almost entirely alistnl, until Ilio head, of tide water reached. Hero three wooded islands occur In succession, and below Inem u, a drain of low near the southeast side, covered with grass and affording abun- dance of hay for tlie cattle belonging OM Bannerman, M. P, with one man, did not arrive with the rest of tho party, but remained at Norway Hoiwe to look after aflalmin connection-with their enter- I prise. They arc expected to icturn over the imporial Agricultural College, Sohen- jn, Julius Eberhard, farmer nnd in- ime e n mlei olr be sold 25 a bushel Wheat Beaton Point, York Factory, is about 730 wa. a fine crop, averaging inl most places 1 fect from 25 to 30, bushels, and furnishing a a Notwithstanding this considerable fall, splendid sample of berry.. As a natural re- the difncultiosofboatnavJgntion in descend- suit of a good summer, and ith the pros- lng are not great, but are, of course, more pect of a still better one, with railways pro- in roturaing. jectcd in all diiectiouB, the settlers are hope. xhe principal water stretches traversed in December. jocted-------- ful and more than contented of that tiie country lie tlfl in our route were the 8ca Bivur, Willie Water Biver, Hairy-Lake Franklin the existence of wide and deep viilleys sea. fa iBC, ,ly called at the bottom of many WJiereJilgh of which rnn streams of vwying arf0, cold ss? MSI.? bina. was probably at one time the "coulee unfrytten, and Impection of their farm., how Sjr tteK Action, are adapted for Oerman The left for the Oermantaiittle. during portion of last week- visitod a number M lo- callties In the towruhlp. of Luther, ArOmr, Igremont, NorthjIBtoto, Carrick and Normauby. They were'aUo Sopth. to Walkerton, the fiwtanr In Harrlston Dnrii and other tbtt of the By some agency the .stream was diverted toe and found it. way through the drift by a new enanael ,to itaelf into' ib6 t o and ing a invested scmewhat extenfiively at the auc- of Government lands yesterday afterwards he itoade some-yaleD of portion of themip were by A: 'Bpence, of the Ontario Im- Department, Ureir movement, in being new cnanBei -w vuiyiy AMlnibdine. look from1 some point on. tbe side of one of these "coulees" promi- nent enough to command -a view up and .down a M" .fc ,H have diiwoirered and few of irht, down some lew npeeiiwiw v, ml. found ABMWB. Funuv, October SI. Court opened at 10a.m., Chief Jwtlot Jackson; Mr. Howcll for DlalntirT; Mr. Blanchard for defence Plain- tiff and defendant entered into an agMp- menttotbectfecttliat the former was U> quarry at Stonewall for defendant 300 cord, of .line. Plaintiff claims that be com- menced to work nnd took wine 20 or 2S cord, of .tone to the agreenenti when defendant and his idea went _ on the' ground, hum a lime kiln prevented nlaiS from carrying out hargein. Plaintiff come, to court and aaail tor dam. DefoudMt admit, receiving the 24 .tone quarried; but fan that fot this plaintiff! tat felled to do toe work m that he was In fact and tot he ndmltleil to Jnduon that he' could not ail the centnct .The witne..- Tjuhbtpok and Ocnry for the de. fence, S. J. Jaclison, A H. Clarke and Boot. for defendant Tbn of Jlraiue re-r tof was ____ the anepice. of the They spent Sunday in a thttring Oerman settlement in Carrick, and returned to Toronto yenterdaj morning. A Qlobe reporter with the delegate, at the immisration offlce. do you think of the DomlSon genen lly as a field for cmlgratien, ivit- judging by what hare-seen e, of 1 vi.it 'i L Dfct are all very much tstid by what we have seen since our ar- ,1 in this country, and Uia signs; the .-.T, ilie "Now of the Fres. information: oe., prosperity lind prosperity we have C, iOSBOEN -WICKKNDEN, Architect. Offlee McKay's Block. 5 AS.--------------, _ and-General Superintendent. Kay's Block. ___________Jan25 mly MUIJ8, BTJIIiDEK AND] "CimtKKrtorr-WorkiUiops on Borto St., ir Musical TTTM. HUQHES, Late of the Ontario Bank, Toronto we h opened an BBAOTJ OK North-West Transpor- wutWriby made the'lontnbnte to the com- fottandkoodJiature.ofan ImportantI, free- !Hofi mtluentiil the bitiomllittie'iiity of Arthe city police 'court yesterday, aie ceBe against John A Kerr, summoned for rStang to getout.id.'the rope, attee cent are, waa withdrawn Mr. 'Kerr had. laid art-information against trie policeman 'who hdd the audacity to interfere with his Terene highness, on gronnd that he had used bsd- language-to him He couldnt mrtetn. chaSsgood, so he allowed it paying all thejcosts He also all the costs.of the him orTcoDSiaeration of its being with- n to enable us to strongly elicited the tallowing Idrther for plaintiff i Mr. McColl forilofenco. ThU allmmgration. 1 was greatly strnck with the advce on the bank-odtbo-Assiuiboinenear Fort Ellice. 'Tho eye of the 'observer can take in several miles of the Qu'Appelle, a long stretch of the Assimboine, and a por- tion of Beaver Creek, all of which streams run along tho bottom of wide and deep de- pression, in the face.oMhe country. WB1AT COtTOlW. The fcrmere are following UM system of wheat culture best calculated to produce, an ImmedUte rMurn n'nd with little reference to tbs future of the soil They raise crop after crop without manure on the same fields, simply-ploughing down the nibble, and up at least to the third crop, which fit. Bobertnon m many places, there was no In the productive ca- tiymen BUlfcTH SUNDAY AND WEDNK9DAY AFTER ARRIVAL OP NORTHERN PACIFIC TRAIN. will thl. the A large mflui of our conn- frosts' has been considered a verjrSerious one, bTexpected. put one whose experience be give, throw, a good deal of light on the matter. This was aiMr7 Livingstone, whose farm is situated some distance north-west of Mm nedosa and therefore furthernorth than Win nipeg He had two Holds of the kirn of soil anrj-sowed.with the same kind o How, In -your opinion, doej Manitoba' compare with Ontario Ma field for immigration Dr think the selection of a location should depend -ery much npon In addition'to the canoe routs over the lanes and rivers before mentioned, the party made an exploration of the Nelson rivepfor a distance of nlnel3-nve milcr. from the m, following the tank, of the stream. The Nelson I. from the .Hayc. river by a low tongue ofland called ftSLn Point Theshallownes.of the tor, and the low, monotonous character of he shores everywhere in the rlcimly, ren- ders it difficult to draw a deBmto lino bc- ween land and water. Extensive stretch for miles out, from tlie extremity of Beacon Point, and from to the north and of tnanes of the two rivers. Owing to theso circumstances, the outline, between the land and the water 1. widely high and low tide The of the Hoi. Biver at high t.debas_. from Liennon, ot Biverstdc to a Mr. for Mrj auctfonecr, The auctfonecr, made through the of Mr. The deed, were handed and a chequo gken.m part payment by Mr. Wdlf on ac- "ount ofMr. Cooper. SBbsequenMy Mr. sinned, that they did not contain the nnm- B they had bonflit. pow payment of the cheque. The action wa, Brought to compel payment. Jweph VVof and Mr. Garrison were mt It turned out that the salt wa. Hade in alf take. The case was nonsuited. At a quarter to flvc court adjoumod till i a. m. to-MOrrow. iven to niliO miles, opposite tho exti f Beacon Point, The river ilself is iremity navir To the Editor of the Free over A. r t Glndonbj B.LA.CKMOKE CADHAM, Ballclors. and .Contractors. Shop jind. near' (LIMITED) tions are made at Glyndonbj tc .the BUPauf, S drawn. The assertion that the matter was juaiiviiB. oirwij WMUirll Ballway. Montrealr and ,all accordrngly fired out, and tried to fastm a charge of bad> language on have With say the nollccmanwho dfd It Ho could not a roepe-ctg ly believed thit the liability to fiom e charge .againsT him, of Breaking fto 1 and wbosc tarns we have soon to the e carg Ver8c( law, he was also' permitted, very properly eyery roMM1 to .be thoroughly satis- we think, to go unwbipt of justice >on'con- fled wlth thoit fortune here. In Borne of O Bupor iraohers. For Views a DufBn Co., corner Main and Am aplgm K SHANKS, Beftl Estate, Smmis.lon, 'and General Ag 'Acoiaent Company In OF ALL Be sure and ask which can we think, to go unwbipt of juBtice---- 11CQ wlul luull _ dition of his paying tho costs.. If this is not the through which we pasBdd last u------j........_ _ an admissionTof gnilt wo don't know whatil we wel.e eurpnBe4 to note ther rapid 'verMtjon wlth him cannot fail to be im- OF POOD OJ in traversed this 'suraincriiy Mr.'Bobertson is much larger than he bad any idea of and one in con- eB r Manitoba ana N W. T. TAMBS H. BO WAN, CIVIL EN- >I AroliltoDt. Con be consult- Con WILSON, CIVJUU, M nock. F. r. R. A. A LAKE. Licensed Conveyancer, Erolrnr. 4c.. Loiins nQgotlotea, mort- Money to Loan. The BritisMan flian For Information regarding IrBljht, etc _ mayJ4ti A goodly company of pKJpf. assembled .t the driving park to witneBsOie Th ftocki "bought and sold atroot. .n Estate and tren- wss A. K fer HOS L. HELLiVVKLL, Issuer ,f LlconKea. Ideoruialo street, between Aloxan- id Logan .treets.________ pel-son writes PAIN BALMt I Ind It L much superior to Pain Killer ItJ. Bl AguntforManltolio! Territories. Miwnjlnlj ,f Mp6mly as- street, Winnipeg. ANDINVfiSTMENTCOMPAM. (LIMITED) HEAD 30 Adelaide St.East, Toronto. OAFITAl. ArTBOllISBP BYCgAKTgK, ftlcftR loans on farm and city property a1 lowest onrront rates and upon HEFER- ENCETOHEADOFFICE. Ej-ponsos low No eommlsBlon. >odolay Apply to A.P. MACNAB, ,nl tolin and-NortU-Wos Juno 11-m SHORTEST an. CEAPESTTfflDTE EAST VIA Oollingwood Lake Superior Line'Steamers, onslstlne the following LEAViNS'XUIiWTH- Jvery Tuesday Saturday] Alter the arrival of the Northern Paclflo train. Passengers leaving Winnipeg on Monday nd Friday, by train, will make direct con- eetlon at Duluth. Jng ear wlll leave Olynrlon every JOIN. L. CASSIDT CO., CMna, Glass an. Eartlienware. Jjamp Goodsand Chandeliers, PLATED WARE AUDIANCY BOOBS, to. S3O and 3413t. Paul St., J. A. Mooro wlll bo In Wlnnl- In a few days, with full II no of the above aiaU al.o .oods tor trade. oolU-aovU THELOUDOH LANCASHfflE TIRE fflSUR ANCE COMPAKT. Tie LancasKre fire Insurance Coipany, O. A. MUTTLEBUKY, AGENT, CtiMwoU's Block, Main 4 SIoBormot St augUtr 'culty of supporting' schools isolated ftom Wh other ai they are by the intervention ble. T'one day longer than All ron but much cheaper ami more enjoj conneollons made at Oolllngwood your troSlit via Oolllngwood Line to rtbroughticketsandlInformation apply o agents of the Bt P., M. 4 M. and 0. P. BaUwaya, H. MODOUQALL, O wfifnTA- )nne22mly rely on direct eoMn train train DnIBtb North-Western Agent, Duluth i.; as.well a. other non-resident snecnlstor'B lands, might taxed to create a fund for the county, to the Hud- son Buy lands, and, indeed, all but those belonging to the Syndicate, might be made to contribute. OTIIEll IMPROVEMENTS. It is gratifying-to IBM n that in many lo- cahtieB mills of vwious lunds are ill pro- cess of erection and that some are already in opeiation. Mi Fisher, of Wingham, is erecting n grist mill at Biandon, tbe rapid- Iv Krowmg town at the point where the Canadian Bicinc crosses Uie Assmibome, and there are already a and planing mill there. At tho time of Mr lloblnhon'. visit there woro some seventy or eighty dwellings ut Biandon, but the numbei IB rapidly Increasing. OI JJiaWiLTM _ gablo for large croft to a point near thefirst rapid., a distance of seventy imlos orthore- aboubi, from low water. Fn-m this point explorations and instrument surveys were made by Mr. Kirkpatnck, C. B, tote of the C P.KVandleVels'werc'taliiiil' by lite as- sistants for a considerable distance In the direction of Norway House, with aaUsfiw. tory resultB, no insurmountable engineering 'difccnltles presenting theuiMlves The ouUetW Lake Winnipeg i. situated about fifty miles sonthcartward irom the northern extremity of tb.0 After ine for four miles through channel aver- aging over a mile in width its waters enter Playgrocn Lake, tlio main body of vhich is five miles in lengUi and separa- ted ftom Lake Winnipeg by a level penin- sula of clay and sand nvc miles in width, called MOBBY Point, Tho N. Ison Kiver leav- es Great Plnygrcon Lake" by two channels wnlob, unite aplin in Crosa J-ako, having formed an island between them over fifw miles in length and twent) in width, celled Boss Island, after'Mr of Norway House H B Compnny'B The rolBSion nllase of Roesvllle is called after till, gen- tleman's fiitbcr who, was previously in Charge of Norway post Following Ihc eastern channel which "is also sometimes called Uea Biver, the stream leaves Playgrcen JLake .overal brancli- 09 which all re-unite in Little Playgreen Lake. The important post of Norway House is situated on Houtb .hole of HUB lake, where one of tlieso branches falls mto at a distance of ,wcuty-four milo.B from Luke Winnipeg. A former post o th.) H B. Company, baring this name was built at the extremity of Mossy Point about ISO years ago but it has long since disappeared, and tho site is now overgrow n ;wilh trees. ,Tho La' presents soium and in the character of slratlncation, Bomctimcs passing into liorn Wcndo or mica Bohist. In a few places the latter IB studded with garnets, and it generally contain. veins of coarse, light, cr Id granite, dipping From the termination of the 8w.il- iferous dolomlteH andllio Limentono, Falls the rucks along the son Biver consist of Laurenhan gnoiss and schists, with occa- kional outcrop of Hinunlan strata dipping Bolland Fiecs noobslaclo toahc, con- struclion of a railway easy great number there of anilim- of the same aiae, population, ai nortancc in Canada which offm such KTcomforU to vtalton. a. doc. Oil. same City of Winnipeg in it. hotel.. Traveller. olhsrs wboJmve experienced tbe com. S. ricMch hotels or Bt Lawren tnc awren Hall m Montreal, the Queens or liowln House, of Toronto, are dis- BDpolnUjd' and complin greatly of the .Kof thing- here, andthoiw prejudicially to thecity- I purpose any comparison with Uie palatia houses of Chicago Mdotfier American cities, a. it cannot be expected that yet can rival them, nor doY wish it to be Ojought Itofl despin the iich ha, A Irfady givin us many faiiiy good hotels, but limes ,W and and tho timo come when thr something superior to what already ._..-. iS WinnllMK "ow must: be oupplied. Winnipeg "ow nolongor a mere no long, post, or -oul} but it 'ha small provtasW city town, but it-has world-widc renown, one whose fume ha. bocn spread far near, by tho ondion of our Qovernor Ocnciia M ino Manitoba Club, and it h merchant, and otiicr., whose Wtoresta mercans nn oi, best wned and bmll in her develop. be far short of tlie n-qui aveling public, and Ho better investment a flrsl-clas. hoto I con- 'iircnliau gneiss of this iwctlon iruc, variety in color and texture vralenl. to a railway station. In lottls that now taking tho and unerative are thoiw ad- survi time A i. man, who stole a valuable ture from alt on being asked Owing to the low of tlie CUT of day will lx> nodeparmrw. from I vtu. wi'uhaveto'foTlowa-TCgimon'' Th'e next Thursday last, and r, .-SJy the young woman had disappeared J she j hero inriiigjha week and join the rest of I the in Quebec. by tho judge bi-fore whom he was brongh his reiison foi the theft, replied that ho hod been told by several photogiaphcrs that i was impossible for n man with such an ox pression of iace to take a good picture, and he wanted to prove the contrary. ving most remunerative, are thoiw slied with ill modern lmpr.wen. sie w and appliances, whtre good cooking ami civil, attentive waiting will be the rule and" not the exception. VniTA. VISCIT. NonTii-W AMeLar.il, Kl oy uinnot bo rcgi idcd as complete, the uiue bwng too short fur the accomplishment orthiB, barelyUiiee months having elapsed boUcen the dcportur and the relnm of tho parly Tie route from Norway House U> furic Factory Mr Holland dehcnbcs as tol- erably level, or as an undulating or rolling country, the only hIP of any significance on lie entire routo being BrasBy Hill, Jrom which Hill On or Us name. This is he only hill known in the entiiu region. It is a remarkable iBoli.tod mound of gravelly earth, aois feet in hc-ght, summit lies about three-fourths of ft mile east from the river, and five mile- below one the most piUnrcsquc rapids in the route. The Bill Biver winds wi th gi cat rcgularily of dLlanco from bend to bend between banks aboutcigh- tv feet apart. These clay banks are about Uiirty (cet h gh where they begin, in dcscendini; ilie stream thev increi'so by degrees to one hundred feet and diminish to six- ty feet in the neigl borhood of Blvel. I Crawforil, Montreal; George Morion. Kiiigsum, H A Itoisn, W woou- slock, JM W Holmes, Emorson Borrow, M Woodstock; 11 Tindall----.. J K" n p II: W E Colllna, B W fcobb, ra... o wall; 6 O Ramboth, Jjuae Smith, ,1 K Woo Brandon; Corbet IxicJie, NclwnUlle; W. ore xic, !ilrs lllllwurnc, MusU-r George oicn Hound; wm London! Dick, UlitraWn, geoUand.
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