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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - May 22, 1890, Winnipeg, Manitoba MAY 275 f AST com Anv sort of a Classified Ad ertisement of thirty words or Is is inserted on this page of DAILY MORNING FREE and EVENING FREE SUN both editions 4ND JUJN prepaid per or the PRESS PRESS for 25 Per week advertisement of any whatever is undoubtedly Four as much PROPERTIES FOR T7IOR SALE WELL BUILT AND WARM h brick on near Broadway lot fenced trees planted good title no encumbrance easy Enquire at American Plumbing 259 WILL BUY A LOT ON NENA OR O Margarette Terms 941 cash and the balance in monthly payments of Apply to Carruthers and 453 Main WILL BUY A LOT OS WILLIAM OR Bannatyne east of Nena Terms cash and the balance in monthly payments of S10 Apply to Carruthers and 453 Main SECTION OF LAND FOR SUITABLE for mixed good station con plenty water and per Applv to corner Main and Portage the DAILY FREE PRESS and Jc EVENING FREE PRESS AND SDV as in any other Winnipeg daily advertising FOR ALMOST within five minutes walk of Everything Warmest house in the One stove beats t in the coldest For further information address Box Free T71REEHOLD SUBURBAN ESTATE FOR DIS JJ held under Torrens and situate within a few miles of with handsomely finished gentlemans family admirably suited for horse and cattle aud comprising about 320 acres of the richest soil in Manitoba partly In including good farm farm poultry barb wire This property is increasing in value daily Great bargain to an immediate buyer chance seldom Letters addressed to THE DUKES RECEPTION TO STAND IN THE FOR SALE RESTAURANT DOING GOOD FR business in live town 37 Free Address Box PURCHASE THE WHOLE COK tentsofa furnished Address YOUNG GIRL TO DO LIGHT U Apply 7 Uagmar street between swift A FIRSTCLASS GENERAL BLACK h Hichestwages to the mML n FOtt LAYING TWO tennis For further particulars THOR SALE MINING MACHINERY MANU J factored by Ribbon New Ap ply to Brydges TRIKTING OFFICE FOR JT newspaper and job sale at a FOR SALE TWENTYHORSE POWER but practically as rood as On view on vacant lot next Free Press Enquire at Free Press T10R SALE CHEAPNINE BOATS AND BOAT JJ house doing a good all in first class order also 66 foot lot and Apply to George near Gas FOR TO UNFURNISHED ROOMS WITH use of kitchen and cook Apply to 2 Mary street in rear of New Douglas Main WHO REQUIRES W buv from Keith and set good Market street second door mo A MOXTH WILL RENT A I firstclass threestorey store on Portage ave nue near Main Immediate possession Apply to Alloway and Main WHO USES SOAP TO trVtoRoval Crown Soappound bars It is wiUdo the work of two ouiring or persons Winder S TTTE WOT RELIABLE MEN TO SELL OUR VV lurdv Canadian grown Nursery Liberal mv References For terms Sdressooiies YOCXG MAN MUST BL STROM3 W and one who has a knowledge of crock TV and plMSware business and underBUnds packing Apvlj to Porter t 3Cl Mam TirANTED LADIESTO GET THEIR FEATHERS W dyed and curled by practical six at the British Dye Lii Miin opposite Mary Telephone iriXIED TO PER II month and 1 shirt 2 Dale or 1 2 youns men for 1 i Allons Employment 527 Main A YOUNQ MARRIED situation as salesman in a good Winnipeg boss or Capable of managing business or keeping set of books 15 years Apply Box rrce Press STOKE TO RENTNUMBER S05 MAIN at present occupied by given 1st Apply to up or 67 Ross VICTORIA REACHED BY THE ROYAL PARTY Presented With An Address By the Dukes Party Travelling Very Quickly Party May noon today the steamship with the Duke and Duchess of anchored off Vic toria Harbor and transferred royal passengers to the steamer which conveyed them to the The day was a perfect and was but a sample of the 13 in which the trip from Yokohama was The royal tour ists were received by Prior aud their with a few prominent accompanied them to the Both the Duke and Duchess as well as all the enjoyed the trip It contained nothing but fair weather and no unpleasani Major General Sir John and Cavage and with two maids of honor and two composed the entire After the reception at the the party were driven to Government where a civic address of welcome was presented by Mayor His Royal Highness said Mayor and gentlemen Allow me to thank you very cordially for the very kind words of welcome with which you have re ceived the duchess and myself on this occa It is a source of great pleasure to us both that we have been enabled to pay a visit to the capital of this rising and flourishing It has been as you a great satisfaction during our stay in India to have met with such royal receptions on all marking the feeling of loyalty and attachment which the Indian subjects of Her Majesty bear toward her in welcoming have asked me to express to the Queen how warm these feel ines are I have often heard that among the many parts of Her Majestys dominions there is not one more loyal nor thoroughly English than are the people of It is therefore an especial pleasure to us that we are able to be among you It is a source of great regret that our stay is such a ent Punishment May be Meted Out to a Fortune May Wilfred was tried here today at the general sessions on a charge of fortune telling brought under the act of George H which after explaining that every person so offending being thereon lawfully convicted shall for every such offense suffer imprisonment for the space of one whole year without bail or main praise and stand in the The woman was found Riiilty by the jury but it is ccntend ed that punishment by pillory was abolished in the reign of William IV she was admitted to bail pending the argument of counsel in the UP GO THE The McKinley TariffBill Passes Con SIDINGS REFORM GOVERNMENT SUS TAINED IN NOVA Conservatives Meet a Veritable Wa a House of 38 They Elect Only About The Fortu nate May Provincial elec tions today resulted in the Fielding Govern ment being sustained by a large They will have about the same number of supporters in the new House as in the The latest returns indicate the election of the gress Soiue Proposed Increases Thrown 503 Main TO HOUSE FOR TlIRtt or four months in Hudsons Bay House contains eight and is nicely situated on two lots 4pply to Rowbottom Co 450 Mum short As you are returning from a stay of sev TO OF AN CENTRALLY ground heated by hot water terms Apply to London and Canadian Loan company Mam and Lombard mHREENICE BRIGHT OFFICES AND TWO living rooms still to rent in the Londoa and Canadian corner Main and Lombard Lavatories on each heated with hot Apply to Lombard BOARD AND ROOMS TO RENT WITH CAN ALSO accommodate some day 83 Mcftll ways and means com tiken up all of Ham street YOUNG MAN BOARD AND W not further south than Portage Private family Address Free Press WASTED DINING ROOM AND K1TCUEN IT female cooks for hotels and private fami one one mun to train three toys to herd cattle and one butter Employment V27 Main Allons ELKUORN Indian Principal Knag and instructing children in No iniror Must lie Address Siring tlie THOROUGHLY COMPETENT M Cue best house in Boy 1C for house in A firstclass cook and housekeeper wishes place at Farm and city property for Apply at once to Aartionfcr and Enployinent 31H Water 7ANTEDA FEW GOOD AGENTS TO SELL our eewinp machine relief pi souiethinp new a ivonderful seller an article every woman using a shouM Sauvpie by mail Manufachirins Oi Victoria To swi TO PER day 20 17tc per hour Track to per bteady work for sum oer and fare adianced from Winnipeg or Port tahur to the W per day 3 bkfenitlis and 3 camp Apply to 707 Main BUSINESS I TOR SALEA DRUG STORE WITH NEW STOCK and farmshinioi in the rising town of Private reasons for Wawanesa easo H1 OIEL TO KENTTHE UNION HOTEL AT K la Possession n on thefirst day of June Apply to 1ortajre la WASTED A GOOD PARTNER IN THE li Brandon Awning and Mattress ell established and Lood pavini Capital n Box WANTED IMMEDIATELYA M not less than five thousand PARTNER WITH id to iesa in the Business will pay one Imn 1 Percent profit on and advertiser Py liWal interest half taipital To of ukinfr charge o a set o Iwoks w work a liberal salarv viil1 also be Free Press DAN MANN IN The Cost of the Calgary and Edmonton Boad Koute of tlie Edmonton oi Mann con tractors for the construction of the Calgary k Edmonton arrived on Wednesday from Calgary on a tour of inspection along the proposed He spent the day in viewing Edmonton and surroundings and collecting information regarding He is very favorably impressed with the country roil Red Deer north as an agricultural reeion and also as a field for railway construc Lloyd and Drummond of the Great Northwestern company had great ly overestimated the cost per which he does not think will much exceed that of the prairie section of the The survey ors were engaged in trying to get a satisfac tory crossing of the Red Deer at the mouth of the Blind Man prefernng that to the point at which the present trail as it would avoid the crossing of the Blind Man and the rougher country on both sides of that The road will unquestionably be completed to Red Deer this and prot ably some grading will be done on this and unquestionably it will be completed to Edmonton by the fall of91 As to the ques tion of crossing the that mat ter need not be discussed until next The chief will return to Edmonton in a few weeks to make a more particular examination with a view to bringing the line to the river and getting a suitable Bite lor a The charter calls for the completion of the line to a point on the Saskatchewan at or near and does not require its further so that unlikely there will be any extension beyond Edmonton for some Construc tion will commence at about July 1st The difficult part of the route is that between the Brushy rlidge about 25 miles north of Calgary on the present trail and the Lone Pine about 60 miles It is probable that in this distance the 1ne will be carried some miles westward of the present where the valleys to be crossed are not so deep as on tne trail Mann left for Calgary on Thursday eral years duration in and we have taken this journey home by this route as we are most anxious to see for our selves this important new link between the west and east the with its steamers running to Japan and I have heard oi the great advance you are making steadily and I cannot wish you anything bet ter than to wish you most cordially that pros perity and that advancement which you all I look for a very bright future for this for the province and for the great Dominion of which you are a I hope that Gods blessings may rest on this island and upon all who live upon and that a very happy future may be ia store for The Duchess and myself will not forget the warm and thoroughly English welcome which you have accorded us this After a luncheon at House with the the Prince performed the ceremony of formally opening the Provincial Jubilee a large and well appointed institution just The Victoria reception was very quiet and but was well taken by the who is travelling very leaves tonight for where tomor row will be spent thence the party go direct to Brownlee and artists of the Domin ion obtained access to the royal party before they and with true journalistic enterprise secured a number of excellent the Duke and Duchess laughingly accepting all invitations to be ESQUIMALT After the departure from the hospital open ing the Duke and Duchess and party drove to Esauimalt where they visited the dry May House went into committee of the whole on the tariff of New offered an amendment providing that all articles on importation into the United whether embraced in the free list or shall be subject to and pay no less rate of duty than is or may be im posed by the country of export on like articles imported from the United of Kansas opposed the amend ment saying it would place it in the power of the Canadian Government to regulate the United States of also opposed saying it would wreck the interchange of com modities between United States and every other and would work great hardships upon the He regretted that the members of J mittee had the limited time of the House with amendments to the exclusion of that free conference which was Mc Kinley moved that the committee rise and re port the bill to the This ceremony having been in delib erate demanded the previous question and moved the third reading and engrossment of the Division was demanded by of and the after de clared that 138 had voted in and 128 in the Then the yeas and nays were demanded by The Speaker announced that the yeas were nays When the result of the ballot had been an McKinley rose and asked the min ority to name the amendments offered by the ways and means committee as they were on which ballots were The clerks then began to read the the he reached that increasing the duty on tin the Democrats called for a The speaker announced that the yeas were nays Applause from Democrats greeted announce ment of this vote which came so near being a Democratic Eight Republicans voted with the When the amendment making yarn made of jute dutiable at 35 instead of 30 per cent was Carlisle asked for a The yeas were nays the first Democratic vic Democratic applause greeted the Power and and and and and and and Con and Conser Conserva Colchester Lawrence and Lib Pictou Liberal Grant and Antigonish McGillivray and and Lib Cape and and Lib and but claimed by the May election reports give Guysboro to the Cameron and Morrow being There is doubt regarding the returns for Hants and Colches but the Government willhave a large majority in the PRESBYTERIAN The Opening of the Synod at Por tage The Business PORTAGE LA May Pres byterian Synod of Manitoba and the North west was opened here last evening FIRST At Portage la and within Knox on the ISth day of the Synod of Manitoba and the North west Territories metat 8 oclock in the even Divine service was conducted by retiring who preached a sermon based upon the ninth verse of the sixteenth chapter of and help The court DISSOLVE OR The Salisbury Governments Bard Choice Unpopular May surprise was manifested today at tie announcement that a cabinet council had been called for Fri day and much speculation was rife as to the character of the theimportance of whose discussion had influenced the Govern ments hasty It wassubsequently given out that the council was called for the purpose of discussing the situation with re gard to Irish legislation before the Commons and the practicability of modifying the com pensation clause of the Local Taxa tion The Star in ita comments en the sudden summoning of the expresses the belief that the Government is be coming alarmed at the growing opposition to its leading and thinks it notun likely that the piesent agitation against the land purchase bill will end in the withdrawal of the if it does not result ina disso lution of if nobbothof these Star opines is As to the obnoxious compensation proposal an immense amount of pressure being brought to bear upon the government to in duce its It is astonishing that the government has had the boldness So in troduce such a bill after the sorry fizzle made with its prototype three years Thegov was numerically much stronger then than now and had far better chances of panamy such The public outcry the popular demand proved too much for the scheme and it abandoned Thesame fate probablyawaitsthepresentpro Itiscertainlyamanstronspropositionjtjiafc inordertoshut up a few of themany thousante of public houses m this the people must buy the publicans compensate him for any loss hemay suffer through not being able to continue a traffic that ths public welfare demands shall be curtailed and actually give him a retiring All temper ance people are up in arms against the prinoit Meetings are held everywhere to protest against the scheme and on June 7th a inonster meeting will be held in Hyde Park to show the force of the feeling against the gov ernments SPECIAL CABLE Honors for Looked May Stanley of Preston leaves Liverpool today the Sardinian for The Queens Birthday honors this year in elude knighthood for Justice of and Justice of Newfound Gzowski is made a Knight Com manderof Saint and ex Deputy a companion of the same The Canadian Gazette hopes it will not be long before Middletons resignation will be in the hands of the Come over was then the roll of next vote was on the amendment pro viding that the manufactures of camels hair be taken from free lists and be made dutiable as third class This was adopt 143 to A vote was also taken on an amendment to a paragraph which provided that on woolen and worsted made wholly or in part of worsted or valued at not more than 30 cents a the duty shall be twice the duty imposed on a pound of unwashed wool of the first The amendment provided that the duty should be two and a half times as The vote yeas nays seven Republi cans voting with the Democrats in the nega The yea and nay vote on the amend ment to provide that on woolen or worsted clothes made of valued at not more than 30 cents per the duty shall be three times the duty imposed on a unwash TTiitiw H Amphion is just repaired from ner accident last fall while consigning the Gov ernorGeneral to Vancouver this Ine distinguished party dined government Mayor Grant being one of the At oclock the party boarded the Abyssinia and will leave for Vancouver at day They leave by spesial train on Friday morn ing from Vancouver for DEVELOPING ed wool ad of tfiird class instead and 40 per of twice the The Line From Halifax to Indies the West May Foster is in receipt of advices that the steamship ser vice recently inaugurated between Canada and the West Indies and Demarara has developed a trade beyond all The steamer on her first voyage had a fair on her second trip had a full cargo and on her third trip she took a full cargo and left a full cargo Her return freights have been good as providei in the resulted in another victory for the who polled 146 votes in the negative againgt 143 affirmative 13 Republicans voted with the and a number of Republicans re fused to vote at The amendment provid ing that all the manufactures of silk of which wool is a component part shall be classified as manufactures of was agreed to 155 to The vinegar amendment was agreed to 164 to Carlisle then offered the following that the pending bill be recommit ted to the committee on ways and means with instructions to report the same back to the House so amended by substitute or otherwise as to reduce the revenues of government by reducing the burdens of taxa tion on the people instead of reducing the t MfOEl Jl the Synod was then unanimously elected moderator for the ensuing The thanks of the Sj nod were then tendered the retiring moderator for his conduct in the chair during the and for the sermon with which he opened this The hours of session were then agreed From 10 to 12 from to and from to 10 It was also agreed that the first hour tomorrow morning be spent in de votional Farquharson submitted the report of the committee on bills and which was amended and Leave was granted the several presbyteries to meet in the intervals during Synod at the call of their respective moderators or The following committee to strike standing committees was appointed Mc and The moderator was instructed to appoint committees to examine the records of the duties by tion upon imi 140 to 1 rates of taxa iswas defeated then passed THE QUEENS BIRTHDAY Celebrated Three Days Ahead of Time 1m May celebration to day of the Queens the anniversary of which falls on very generally The day was one of quiet and good with little of the noisy demonstrations which almost invariably char acterize the celebration ofevents of national Nearly all of the Cabinet Ministers and many other prominent persons in private life gave dinners honor of the Queen to The Tipperary Meeting May monster which it was proposed to hold in the new town of Tipperary next has been pro claimed by the Government to theintense indignation of the inhabitants of the new and surrounding This official is professedly taken iiu the interest of but there is a suspicion that the prohibitive order was influenced by Smith from whose estate the inhabitants of the 10 each A Barge Lost at May barge Joseph has been lost opposite She encoun tered a regular tempest and was pitched about like a finally sinking with a cargo valued at The crew had a narrow Bookkeeper May book keeper of the refinery of the Redpath com pany has been missing since it is rumored that a large shortage in his accounts has been 164 to 142 amid applause on both sides of the the Democratic applause being deri sive in several The Synod then adjourned to meet at oclock tomorrow morning the moderator pro nouncing the SECOND The Synod pursuant to and after one hour spent in devotional exer was The minutes ofthe previous sederunt were read and The following committees were appomtedJo examine the records ofthe severalEresby Winnipeg Presbytery Hodnett and Rock Lake Robert Nairn and Brandon David Anderson and MinnedossPresbytery TJrquhart and Regina Unexpected Act of who were arrested at Riga a short ago charged with political offenses and condemned to exile in have been set at liberty by order of the No reason is given forihis act of TO COMFORTABLE iJvL house lawn Uent Abov 5J itliia ttu minutes ot post f riwird lor first suitable Box rrte MONEY TO FOR INVESTMENT IN FIRST mortWS on city at special 4 Sol 111v Archibald lloweU Cumber FARMS TO Chicaeo May Wheat opened weak and a half cent The news was warm weather and rains being report ed the Northwest The receipts were and there were reports of large Russian ship ments and a very light export Ine market declined another half cent and then rallied 2k without Wellknown bears bought heavily against the privileges and scalpers bought to cover their early During the last ten minutes there were heavy realizing The market closed oneeighth cent above yesterdays 114 94c Sic to 34c 34ic to 27Jc Septem Septem Sodden Death in Hamilton May wharfinger and coal died suddenly Siis morning from He formerly did a large vessel He was seventytwo years Tney Have Heard it May is announced that Mr Justice Johnston is about to be knighted by Her Majesty his services rendered m Canadian legal and public A Petition for a petition for the commutation of the death sentence upon Peter the Marmora was largely signed here to 320 ACRES ONLY y Wire first st 75 acres the Apply to Walsh i 513 Main St BOOK FINDER WILL e y rewarded when leaving at Free SECOND HAXD SIZE a State lowest price for spot will be Address Drawer Dvspepsia causes depraved in affects every organ and function of the Asa remedy for these nothing can approach Overs It vitalizes the i v Directs ail disorders of the liver An Affricultaial May Dufferin farmers have nominated of Hornings Mills for the local as an agricultural The Death Koll Numbers May the Longue Pointe asylum fire inquest today the nuns produced a list of 56 inmates who Steamship Arrivals at Port PORT May coal for Dominion Coal from THE LATE For Many Years a Prominent Resident of POET May Plum who died yesterday in New was an old Algoma being superintendent of the West Canada Mining company property at Bruce mines from 1860 to He left that position to enter the Indian department where he was rapidly promoted until from failing health he was Plummer leaves a large one son being a mine superintendent in two con nected with prominent Cinadian one collector of customs at two others merchants there and another a clergy man in His will be deeply re gretted by all old residents of COMING Manitobans leave the Capital on Their Homeward May left this denies that his visit had anything todo with theJHudson Bay LaRiviere and Senator Gi rard left tonight for Daly goes to and will leave for the West next All of them are satisfied about he progress made towards the Hudson Bay Colter and Rod Call A PROMPT REVENGE Hamilton and James amon Columbia Presbytery John Hogg and Duncan Winnipeg Presbytery requested Synol to condone the irregularity of sustaining a call which had been set aside at a former The request was granted Leave was granted Winnipeg to license McBeth and A communication from the bynod ot Ruperts Land anent the better care of rural cemeteries and referred by the Presbytery of Winnipeg to this court was received and the following committee appointed to consider it and report at a future Robert Mc An overture from Winnipeg Presbytery anent the desira bility of having our public schools taught by teachers of Christian anent the use of the Bible in the public The overture was supported by King and Prof Discussion was entered upon when the hour for adjournment arrived and the Synod adjourned to meet a half past two oclock in the the moderator pro nouncing the Woman and Her Paramour Shot 071 Injured May At midnightlask night a tragedy took place here which resulted in the death of and County Surveyor of the hands of the womans MoCallcame to Jessup last night and stopped at Little fields About eleven he retired to the came oat wenk downstairs and enquired for When he could not find that gentleman he went to Littlefield s room andwas ad Littlefield who hadibeen oa the front porch watching the rushed into the room and shot his killing her Hethenshst McCall four inflicting wounds from which he died a few hours McCMl was about 50 years old and had a large Littlefield was about the same age and has a wife five years Tho family originally came from Massachu but nave lived in where they were highly for abont20 THE WINNIPEG ens the a and Kalsomining and Paperhanging at The Queens Birthday on the May three days cele bration of the Queens birthday begins to morrow New French May new French arrived here this Bible Societys Jubilee May jubilee anniversary of the Upper Canada Bible society was held The largest revenue in the history of the over thirtythree thousand dol Ars was and an eloquent address delivered by of Murder Instead of May Robertson has been committed to the Supreme court for the murder at Westville of William Robertson on Both men were to have been married Assistance for Toronto May a meeting of the university senate this evening President fair Daniel Wilson reported that he had received a letter from the Manjuis of Lome containing a promise of pecuniary and also stating that he had communicated with lead ing European universities in regard to assist Jewellerg May journeymen and apprentices employed by Allport Pear manufacturing went on a strike today because of an alleged order Irom the heads of the firm that employes must not speak to each other durinsworking hours un der pain of The General Traffic Manager and Emi gration Agent May 2L of the Dnluth is organizing the several departments of his Today the appointments of OrlandoRowley as Traffic and Joseph Pottigieser ag I Emigration and Ticket Agent at Paul Lgere Rowley is at present agent in Paul for the Paul Kansas He will be succeeded as local agent of the Paul 4 Kansas City by at present travelling agent for tho TransMissouri Freight and Piissenger Pottgieser is one of the bess known ticket men in He was for years connected with the passenger depart ment of the old Manitoba and the past twelve months has been successful in conduct ing a steamship within a of the Both were drunk at the time Grappling for May are grapplini today for the bodies of the crew of the ill fated Jessie They recovered that of Joseph the mate it was found a short distance from where the schooner cap Enterprising Commission May assignee of tie of Matthew young drygoods estate oi lommission who assigned recentiy and left town next hous and dollars worth of goods h Robert Carrie which Parker overed nine thous ibecated with not mention Ocean May 2L Arrived Majes from New May from Liverpool from Mediterranean A Cruiser for Alaskan May were sent from the treasury department today to the commander of the Bear at to proceed to Alaskan waters on her annual voyage of protection to the seal The instructions this the commander ol the Bear are similar to those of last year but are more explicit in some matters of detail about pursuing marauding The Carlylo May annual meeting of the Carlyle LiberalConservative Association was held at Carlyle on the 17th and the following officers duly elected 1st vice 2nd vice Peter Ar The names on the committee remain J
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