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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - January 26, 1881, Winnipeg, Manitoba Vol. m FREE It every lawful day at 6 o'clock Stuam 1'rluUnn Mt Twenty-five Cento Free In nil partu or Five itt 10 m 00 ije 10 4. 4.1HI 0.1 One One onu one month Half one fortnight Half one Quarter onu nne one i i one mill rates finia ho lo transitory 1'H.rdn of six anil Hrst each ment for less than any 15 per line by until A P. Victoria It. I1 tS to to and to S p.m. Donald l Donald A v AND to la o'clock 2 to Office hour SURGEON of A- ETC. I a T. A. M WINNIPEG I i E. U. n REMEMBER THE OYSTER SUPPER 1M ON the 27th last over Tea from 6 to S p.m. FIRE A of nnd will take place at 7: o'clock at I In- JAMES S VJ Ll that will lo the Manitoba al to lit 1SSI, lur an act to In- with power to const a of railway In con- ii ulinn from Its with or o n point lit or 1'iilnl. liny 1W1. A lor appl N IS 111 made to the or ill Its next or mi Act In u company to mill work it railway from u point on ot I In- In of liver A No nil I t In work a roni u point ut or of the tin mv lo n point n or near forks of thu ami s it or 1110 of lor 2nd. MORTGAGE KT AL. P. lo dri rve nnd order lor In this I MO i In- Hi or will Allan of this A. ut his In tno ol nl the hour on OK lands nnd In one and in n's is on brick two- story houw aim a new brick will fur snip to iin lo lUo Mild In all other I ho and con- will conditions ol of Hi In run Iroin Dated the 17th of for A 11. s ALLAN M Vt M CITY AND supper in church lo row is still very ill. of the Ontario THK Y. M. A. uiro holding meetings in the various boarding are being made the skating carnival Friday evening it an I have their to the of Caldwell THK Church of Temperance Society will art entertainment on Monday evening in St. Andrew's AT city police court this morning Haley and wero usual dollar and relieved of the TIIK of Mr. J. F. Bain will be glad to know that the air of Southern France is agreeing with Ho is uetter and will home in tit Knox in tion with Manitoba The will be pre- All in education are lias burn depositing n Major As that gentleman luis no use lor the material in tho owner is to prove properly and thn WILL Mr. who put n head on Robert at the be good enough to call on and either explain the matter or over enough lucra to ntop up the hole in the market clerk up all the hav on tho und set lire to it. It produced a vast volume which drove the mosquitoes and added much the cheerfulness ot pedestrians on thw lee side of the In Throughout the Scottish world day was a day of general n ton ot tho one hundred and twenty-second anniversary of tho birth of Kobert we scarcely was a and Lorn at tin early Wo glean much from tho und from made ami very good anil loro not to bo with ll would be in order to review the life of one whoso name such upon page of but as this has been done hy year ever since he lliB wo propone to origin on this occasion omit nil v lengthened remai relative to hib it to any that he was born of poor but pious patents on the of and he had lived to the present dny ho would now bo ono hundred and twenty-two of age This would a ripe ed havo been ago if ho old ago if ho bad lo His father iu very humble circumstances owing to a lack of this reason he elder to leave native county ami move to vicinity of whore ho ob- employment as a did not and ho removed to lie found at a similar nnd obtained a lease of am s ground and erected a clay built in which his poet son was This clay built was no relation to the cabin by tho of which Winnipeg Snow Shoe Club wih a special of the council the 11 ami itic J at the now Kay's nt tlie adoption of tlie annual report be und a regular tho solely ftl X THK preparations the of tho on going Several now JUT t startling features will be at It is now calico hall is tho peoples that coming will he a bigger hooin than tlie last THE eight are the to compute fur the Trump snow 1-. K. 1'rt will l VNP ETC. W nl A i Main security to l N 'll lids till UK The and public Unit lie is In the In kikes en m business In this March the He AT A SHADE OVER Fixtures nnd will of will on The plant nf llm will bo hold on All due me AH inp thai rny stock In will be AT A silver medul stond in their success us Alex Met 10 P A Me W T 7; H I'M A A Ely 4; 1. Tun meeting in Knox to-night at in in- one Tim will appear in academic Ihe nnd prizes will he pie and ivill by a of our best mayor of c ty will Ex M und More linve their hunting The atbur wiis a complete both no eml of hunt More tired seventeen times at a deer nnd to send in bin when wearied und away in Tun under stands 1'itblado luis in of a st ries ot two to be the of the beginning of next on A ol the proceeds of discourses will be de- voted to the Mr. in around this ami Ims n idon what he intends to talk A Of Mr. the other mud cabin was of Irish Iho tell us that clay built was an of much to of from many never seen a clip built nml who it in probably to study its unique and to do homage to tiie of Scut hi lid's a lender was to school al Alloway about n from Ins and there it id he played and unt in the average umall boy of the we do noi assert this a tory is silent on this was nine years old hu propensity reading such lluu he perused wish enthusiasm book that m his but were no n dime novels in days lo wurp the and make und of the was presi ne I such ii f nnd up into 11 poet ol Iho Ills for inspired bj corner of nti old woman remarkable for her credulity find snys writing in hud collection in the of tiles nnd dein I t nn enchanted and other at would lo be d- any poet ol the present day lo an of there are my rinds of them who done scion A. to a of tins and then went for snakes in his resulted in the production ol Ihe cine of ihe nnd of which our common humanity ever of ster Tho slo about i and so went in at cur and out at tho otho only Inico of the i to develop iho had been deposited the mind Hin us hy mil in u. It must not i.e th thut Hums was hard from it. Mo as a most young n and nil he Hums on Mary would have her ha I noi tin tied up litT prema proceeding Ibi she not er to Their lint on hanlia of the Ayr in in Ins hi a the sex in their hian No such club could livo the wear and tear tho average pro lovor of a girl as would cause him under n double Burns wan nKo a and up to the of his death bore on his of savage treatment ho received at the hands of the goat of his nnd rented a farm of acres froin this for w deh paid ninety a share of the amounted to the annual aniu of seven HO that ha speedily grew and was only prevented from a paper by the difficulty he experienced in getting who would only place their names upon the lint on con- dition thut they might pay their sub- iu wood und garden What out ot ihe farm were not but MB he be- came city editor of an Edinburgh it is supposed that he was enormously Burns subsequently man ied took to writing of by which means his lame became circulated through tho three ilis grew up with thu Hums in now having his chocks early on the morning of illy His funeral was largely ut review of tho life of tho great poet would be incomplete without tion conceit and kill which look place last evening in his debut on this em concert was largely and tis it a the enjoyed immensely hy ing themselves on the and mg The ot probably not as large as il would had there no ball lo many of them were garbed in ball loom und preferred to reserve then for the latter purl nf the was keenly hut alleviated by the of the tabby cat from tho who made her dehut with Ihe most feline She had beon by the hobbies iu a calico and but not a vain sho had and scratched till ahe got rid ol her men made her was arrayed simply and in ihe yellow and white robo which After making her bow on the bhe descended blithely to the body of tho and into an animated ooh vernation with Indies with the most The was iho which we may briefly dispose of by ing that the various acquitted very especially Mrs. Has in a manner which leli no doubt of the und who being tho only lady on tlie gramme was greeted with a de- warm on Mr tlie Mrs. inul JOi Mr. v t i l There was an adjourned meeting of the Dominion After routine the led a draft ol the annual to he rend at the annual public l motion of Mr. O. the document re- ferred to a committee consisting of Mr. and Mr. Mrl 1'inkhhm he borU away to all parts of the vince for petitions fur of the Art. The president enquired of Mr. solicitor for the uhal should be pin sued in order to check evil ot their to nnd certifying of- to ol not in reply hi ing- ing of the facts ol the l which is pointing and has the power of Mr. seconded by Mr. that the annual meeting of of tho Aliance he held on the fifteenth of Nixon enquired of the fr. whether the charges I bv lor thu the commissioners duly to thf Local had reference lo the tion at the meeting borne member of thn be it d to put on the notice dl a to why the I chains never Mr. distinctly recollected 1'iiviny the and believed thai they ha I heen Iv the committee had seen the members ol anil a had been which he had him handed to the never been introduced I the A convocation then ensued the relations to the of the thu Tei 11 loi h lo be in the ol Mr. 1-ortin Ihe A would be ol the now oi it had not at seen what its ten would but hoped thai lessen Hi v. the larU the hill been ill lei e sled 111 1.1 and I hat a lion 1.ad on the eminent am of the Church of to Holy 1 unity School lor wending lo our school of tho -ome and oilier of Y. V W. T. A so in- ire especially on nothing to of. was the Song iv on in Ihe he has not been bad several have lost line Among lie an 1 IN to alson Un m dia- I lei this i it to land and magnify S. nnd hU I believe ue a good aici his mill your ignorant of the tact for two out of the ibis heel ion had to pind a mill at any been it lying it docs midway the two mill and ex- i. nee yne to pronounce them In thin Mr. of No. I. 1 cannot imagine your correspondent to bo a on the need of as in i wilh 1 to H reading decL P. had is iin Mr. inv himself lo be lor the e nl the thought it mined to Tim is over f in at Ihe r part of the and cave It that county upon us to hope it that men aie uniting In I'M and p1 n h ltl lo f ml: ul w nt dl ii -on in lions the de- and pointing out the the it lias .li M r. H. ami Killol ul i In Ye s. around Ciis I le f M mi l Kim 1 11 r.v. lie an to the TIlO building iii which were the of groun 268 Main Also slock ol nml business In the town ol best si nnd In I He Rent to th The plant is ft total The was only in tho Tho placed at Watson's and store were only saved with great Ihe hitter's slock WHS and was union A wind prevailed nt the Tho worked with tremendous Tho storen burned to M. Campbell und contained in the upper the and in the lower C. tore and in but whether it her a upon we not able to with li to one of the most ot his but as lo whether tho was bv a or any other sub- stantial In fourth year the poet started a chili not a hasp ball nor a Conservative nor any of these of noil but ii was probably of Ihe condition of elderly spinsters and other The poet rules and this and Mr R li nl li lull on liesl rat Save At the conclusion of tho the benches wero und dancing Many of the ladies were ai raved in Some of ihe wero fearfully and fully and all wero neat and be a but last assembly that under skilful manipulation and the ladies il may be veiled inio toboi and ur Tlie gentlemen at least of decorated with calico on evening them a and not ungraceful The hall nicely festooned with and and looked piv and Thus with inspiriting the hundred and twenty-second sary of the Scottish bard slid and pleasantly into tho In wo mention 1hnt tho were furnished by Mr. Donald very good re they The tables and the viands were temptin enough to demoralize tho capricious there was not u grievance to mar tlie How of to pointed out that evil resulted Iroin the of the Act by one man had the to n-t a whole community at do If l he same restrictions MI i ed the giving to pell beer a- existed iu the ease ol other evil would the opinion h keep out other keep out hci r Mr. said that been pointed out Me had and had gone lo ry her ot the It the i ol his Ihe ol iU being ted could al any rate have been guarded hid tin re a option to do so. Mr. lo a at I and conduct ull tempi Ml ice pi the ball given by Lady Tilley at which the resignation of ihe s. Mr. on account ol the 111'. Mr. thai the n Mr living be l hanks ol ih him lor bis m as i i at New ei cs 1' at the receipt 0 i To Tenders will be received until FEBRUARY 1st, 0US. TI. CIVIL H nt Main irk nUo fo or not IS there tire more 44 I ot in boot store and Kobe The was all burned an there is no upon it. The stock in Mrs. millinery store was all but Ihe building was Adamson's banking house torn Tho losses us M. Jf insurance on ol im- Mrs. loss is Great sympathy is for Mr. A joint stock company is now being to continue here is dull and there is greal excitement lha future prevention of lire of the lire is not but it l- supposed to have in the printing up noticed it was about hall of up were to but the lire then had con- all drew of the con cern for a but as tho rules and were drawn up in a sort ol poetical they provoked n which ended in the poet and conversion of th. club into a company and in the c of a viu ur the members retired into private life Tins us a declaring thai must lie lover n' nne or moro of the fern de thai none only will is to heip m would to I like bay lur a whi every oilier man was a lover of one in more of hers 1 of o while by st id attention to business on or and one or two of Ihe r eif secon Mr. Mr. M. led Tlie minus finni petitions for 111 the Scoll The vole i i- anil I hen U i i moil that tho ro- nl ii ft ih for liio telegraphic of the consolidation is but the to the rapid de- the general mem ol i. ot a grand around the n Tint lime punt i M h I a Dialing tho such a ol of the and Company with under 11 of thiee The and Cable p wilh new mn e i only to M en a-e the uu s lli and extend now connect the to loi the tie e trade of die I States dueet telegraphic n hut to lav cd li mi to ami to con- by the nd to e it w ill con- and with lit in in tho M ll -s nut In the e ot the the limn ill desire a inn may be made from r 1-i'in v and thence the ih of arid Mich .in I a- i enid a 1, as the m-c nf Thinking thut some of your lers he rested I jou fob tne vt THK To Die I read a letter in your paper tho W. Does this mean XXX Are they or they It is really loo bad that Lyon did not get that have had if he hud got the to supply the poor Indians und the west with his of money in bran if properly Il is commonly re- ported that W. U. L. is to supply B. Company with everything re- and the syndicate we hi are overture to I uv nil the chenp and nasty flour he has to be ground in Minn. with the old Hour In- lo have in wa h- M. Now don't you you mil 1 in supplies you on for to supply Under the perhaps to A School con- and took place bete during Ihe was to raise a little money foi our Sunday The were rendered with verv of Our the nf words by j ih by very both The musical part ol and con dueled by Mr. Mr. John number of roe i tat inns by iho some of which were very I. i he same ing I made suitable address to the pupils nn the importance ol tho Sabbath dwelling on the im- portant fact Hint Ihe taught them time and young In ing apt to think I is the time lo serve feeling Iv leinm led them beais the names ol children us j well as those of the fige 1. thy Creator in days of thy being voted into the j of were tendered to all niei the meeting A lo a recently iis and it had to bo he sinco been lilted with a on it with the of ordering esi ruction of that meot -in i iv hundred car loads of Weie vo Thf s were a process on reaching Mil liberal Now th nt a very produce your 01 i bobby fin or a or did iin pav the bobby and did take m trade XX uv A. .it a book he had i r a about forty I in v mi all id i In sic cp M 1-11. nl nl hi a forl Mi. of con- lie at and here in aft IT- A in the Argentine on the ol iu which cattle and A few inora storms would malto gups iu duuib A boy was arrested in nt and in his career as a llo woro a black a dark 1'intcrn, w s with two In hid u n 1 I ife and lures nf k UIM iin n tho f one of tho who used wander over the old popular ho years of a m n could in i h o wo il met with no u lately not in At the a not In- wc 1'j-c -t hive the present iin I i Their and the mortality ii tlie Ky of u
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