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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - August 22, 1882, Winnipeg, Manitoba 6 KAIL WAY Tbe lake ol the Superior Section e P K The Prince Arthur's Landing Herald re- ports the result of an with Mr W B consulting engineer of the C P R Co as follows E G Garden C E will begin the work of locating the line early in the morning commencing at a point half way across the O'Brien addition passing through the shallow of the bay parallel with South Water street at a distance of about 100 feet from the shore eastward of the der Bay D E ft F new dock along the front of the town and belli td the ters houses to the post office thence along tho bay parallel with North Water street thence through the Me Vicar erty and ascending the slope tiU high ground is reached -on the western Branch of the Eiver which is some twenty miles northeast of Arthur's Landing the River it is the intention of the Company to place the road under tion at once and have it graded this season The work will be prosecuted with all despatch under the supervision of Mr John Bess Homer One who is expected here every day and will give employment to all the men who apply for work The lake frontage in town is soree feet and as it is the intention to have the station directly in the centre Prince Arthur's Landing once the buildings aud works are completed and trains running regularly will be able to present to the eye of the tourist the business men and all who pass this way one of the busiest scenes on the Continent Latest Visitors Yesterday at a large party went out to the end of the track on the C P R in a special train composed of the new cial car which in Sunday night the magnificent car in which Mr Stephen and party came up and one of the new ger coaches The party consisted of the gentlemen who carre iu on Sunday Eon D A Smith Dunean Mclutyre J J C Abbott the Messrs Pilsbury Cassils Wm Stephen Clouston Fruser of Xew York and a number of guests who have been at Silver Heights since Mr Smith came up some time ago in- Wm Armit H B Co Mrs Armit Judge Johnson Mr Nathan P and a few others General Manager Van Kgan went as far as McGregor returning on the regular last night The party will return on Friday after which it is probable they will go out east on the Thunder Bay branch SIGXALS ballast for the Southwestern costs 50 cents a yard Engineer James of the was expected to return from the west last night Egan expects to run accommodation trains to Pile of Bones by the end of this week have been sent up by the Grand Trunk authorities at Montreal to send all Hamilton freight over tho Great Western fires have been raging for several clays along the east in the vicinity of aud Darwin They are not dangerous near the track of 200 tons of freight has been landed at Prince Arthur's Landing awaiting transport to Winnipeg by rail us soon as the Thunder Bay route is open will be begun this week on the C P R branch to be constructed from Winnipeg to Selkirk on the west side of the river Work will likely be begun in three or four places at the same time evening two cars of a freight train jumped the trade near St Norbert No damage was done and no one was hurt It took some time to get the cars on again and the passenger train from the south was delayed hours in consequence Ruttan Co con- tractors for the Portage Northwestern Railway began running con- struction passengers and Portage la Prairie to stone calling at Macdonald and usual Monday morning train on the Manitoba Southwestern was cancelled yesterday Two construction trains were sent out early The first train leaving the Southwestern depot for the ead of the track go out on Thursday morning 24th inst at 0 o'clock Keel Eiver Lake of tho Woods railroad is to be opened in about twenty days from Crookston to the new town of St Hilaire at the falls of Reel Lake River and St Hilaire is accordingly in the way of ail improvements for which lumber can be obtained regular freight train on the been supplied with a comfortable caboose This is certainly an ment which was very much needed as well for the comfort and convenience of the train men as passengers who very often ride on the freight trains Gazette are in- formed that in consequence of the active demand for Canadian Pacific Land Grant Bonds the price has been advanced to one per cent premium The amount ing at the of the Syndicated under- stood tu be quite survey party about twenty in number Prince Arthur's Landing on Saturday evening the 12th by the Kate Marks for Pic River where they will commence operations surveying ward to meet Mr Stewart's party They expect to return in about two months G McDonald Co began the brick work on tho new engine house anel shops for the C P R yesterday morning with a large force Although the time allowed by the contract is till Nov 1st it is expected that tho work will be finished inside of six weeks Everything will be ready to im- mediately fit up the shops on completion of the building P Donnelly track inspector on tions A and B of the C P R east who was iu the city Sunday has presented tendent with a magnificent specimen of amethyst rock secured near Prince it was resolved to print and distribute the judgment among the members A tion was passed asking the Government to make such regulations as would give able rates of freight between and Winnipeg B C Standard August 9 News from the Canadian Syndicate survey has just us of the arrival of Major Kurd and others from Winnipeg in charge of fifty-five men to assist Major Rogers with his explorations They came through via Horse and had to cut their way through A prospecting party consisting of Wooden and others have just started for the section on the Kootenay River They would be away two months Hammond has been requested by one of the chief banking houses of don and New York to send samples of the productions of the country through which the Manitoba is expected to run This furnishes the people along that line and Southwestern Manitoba generally with an opportunity they not fail to use of letting the world see the very choicest of their products No more advertising could be adopted It is to be hoped the people along the line will do themselves credit by their contributions which should be selected with care During Mr Rufus Hatch's stay in St Paul yesterday he was visited by a Tribune reporter and gave his impressions of the new Northwest he has just visited Mr Hatch is generous in praise of the thoroughness and great rapidity with which the Northern and Canadian Pacific companies are building their great roads and if his en- over the rich soil grand crops fine grazing large cattle and other features of industrial developments lasts till he gats back to New York he will give the new Northwest a better if not a warmer colored than could thu liveliest boomer half-yearly meeting of the ern was held in Toronto Tuesday The lowing gentlemen were Frank Smith Hon G W lan Messrs Burnhart J L Blaikie J D William Thompson William Incs J Fisken B Cumberland Thomas conchy W S Lee J J Tickers H L liime Aid Evans Walter Gen eral G D Boulton The gross earnings for the half year ing June amounted to working expenses leaving it net revenue of This a decrease in working expenses of 6.60 per cent as compared with last year Graburn Gardner Co of C P 200 yards east ol Station OB FEE FOR BALE AT LOW PRICES A quantity of very superior dressed DRY COMMON BOARDS 1st quality L IB Dry Flooring Stock Boards Base Boards Sash Doors eto A new kind of Building Paper highly Prices low Call and see our stock LUMBER ETC BOYD Having purchased the remaining stock of the Lumbering and turing Co Keewatin Mills AND OPENED YABBS AT BRANDON and DeWINTON Are now prepared to sell the same Will also furnish carload lots at Winnipeg MOOSE JAW Sf Indignant Correspondence of the Free Press A largely attended meeting of the settlers located iu Townships and IT in Baches 26 and 27 West was held at Mr at Moose Jaw Creek ou 12th inst to hear explanations from one Mr Steers who professed to have authority as a Government agent to examine into the claims of settlers in this neighborhood Mr Steers statements did not prove isfactory to the meeting when a second meeting was immediately held John Kay being appointed chairman Mr Secretary The strongest expressions of indignation were manifested by all the this unwarrantable interference with their rights as homesteaders and resolutions were unanimously passed condemning tho policy of the Government in its dealings with the settlers and warning all jumpers thai they will be dealt with summarily as the bled judgment of the squatters may mine A committee of five was appointed to carry out the above resolutions Petitions praying for the establishment of a postoffice and the subdivisions of the townships were signed aud forwarded to the Government at Ottawa also that squatters be confirmed in their holdings The C P K Company are drawing wood from Moose Jaw to points 50 miles west of this place The track is expected to be laid into Moose Jaw which is 36 miles west of pold in fifteen days Grading is rapidly to and for 60 miles beyond this point A large amount of land is broken and backset throughout this district DRY FOE SALE D Siding Flooring Stock Boards D M 2 in and 1 in pood Beaded M Laths and Shingles Mouldings SMITH AND MORRISON 145 PRINCESS STREET 1 in o Lumber Lath and Doors Sash Mouldings eel Work Mantels Walnut Count or Tops JUST ARRIVED 1 HEAVY WAGGONS and Udr LUMBER TRUCKS 1 ONE-HORSE WAGGONS DEMOCRATS In stock 4 top Buggies 60 1 Light Road These BUGGIES can be chased at COST We are advised car of to-day of shipment of a Watson's One-Horse Binders O SECURE ONE ORDER EARLY AS THE YAKS SELLING OFF AT Reduced Prices Donogh McCool Oliver's Street North of G P E Pas eengei: STEAMER Arthur's Landing The prisms in it are magnificent and are varied in sine and shape It is a rich and valuable mineral said to be found in abundance north of Lake Superior Saturday the highest record yet at- by the in was reached the distance accomplished being 4 miles The end of the track is now miles from Pile of Bones The country through which the line is now running is favorable and it is quite bable that the five mile standard which has been promised will yet be reached by the Mister Pembroke t those killed by railroad accidents in Great Britain last year by causes beyond their own control tho proportion was orJe to The proportion of the injured was one to The totals were 108 passengers killed and injured and of employees 531 killed and injured From trespasses suicides and causes death came to 467 persons and injuries to The risk oi travel is seen to be extremely low The Toronto Board of Trade met on the an American decision was read the effect of which was that railway companies cannot legally discriminate in lavor of large as against small shippers and Readies and Edmonton Saskatchewan Herald August 4 On the evening of the 22nd ult word was passed about the streets that a steamboat was coming up the Saskatchewan and as it had been rumored for some time that a new boat would shortly ply on the river it was not many minutes before a Jarga crowd had congregated at the landing to ascertain whether it was the Northcote or the new one The moment the whistle sounded doubts were dispelled as it was a strange voice that awakened the echoes of the valley of the Saskatchewan As she approached the landing she was hoarded by many curious ones amongst whom was a representative oi the Herald The North-West is a fine large steamer with powerful engines and has plied upon the Manitoba streams and now that the navigability of the Eiver of the North has been demonstrated beyond adventure she has been transferred tii this route and is commanded by that veteran pioneer of Captain James Sheets whose name and face have been familiar ones for years ou the rivers of the North-West The Northwest left Grand on July 12 at 3.40 a m and reached Prince Albert July 20 at 7.45 a m Carlton July 21 at S a m Battleford evening July 22 the passengers were Eev Father Paquette and Messrs A better J Barrett and Jas McAree for Battleford J J Davis J Smith wife and child Edmonton Mrs Lac la Biche j Mrs Anderson J A B Milton Peace Eiver R A Oliver Ft Saskatchewan She left fur Edmonton on the 23rd where she arrived at p m 03 the days and nine hours from Grand tying up at night The North-West arrived down at 10 on the having left Edmonton on the morning of the She brought 43 packs of furs and three kegs for 30 sacks coal for Cumberland nnd feet of lumber for Prince Albert The river is reported as having fallen very much since the and some difficulty was experienced with sandbars The sengers were Duncan Stewart Alex Dow Mrs Pritchard and daughter E P J J Davis from Edmonton for Mrs Wm McKay Peter Ballendine wife from Victoria to Battleford and Geo from Pitt to Cumberland left by the e in UMBER LATH SHINGLES READY-MADE HOUSES Felt Paper at Wholesale Price NORTH OFFICE AND C P H FREIGHT SHEDS Administrator's Notice AH persons having any legal claims or de- mands against the estate or WILLIAM late of the of St Peters in the vince or Manitoba Farmer deceased are re- quested to render the same duly attested to the undersigned within one month after the dale hereof and all persons indebted to said estate are required to make Immediate ment to tu e undersigned July HENRY Administrator July North-West to attend peg Irish drummer had his wits him when under the influence of the ar- dent the General Wm: What makes your nose so red He ly I always blush when I spake to a general officer THE Prince of Wales must he The new offices of the London Daily Tele- graph were opened recently and his Royal Highness by the wife of of tbe proprietors and the Duke of Albany along with the Lady Mayoress went through the entire establishment and waited for tbe first impression of the morning edition Nearly all Sold This BINDER along With Fill MAKES THE MOST Complete Harvesting Outfit IN THE We are now unloading Having received advices from our European of the shipment of PALL AND WINTER STOCK Ju In order o make for the or the we are to 810 Pauls at a7 Hull Block J STOVEL AY UN- and the West now off The Company own acres in the Great Fertile Belt which they for sale on easy terms of payment and without any conditions of settlement The Company has all its lands examined by competent inspectors and their ret rf now coming in of lauds of the second meridian TOWN LOTS ALSO FOB SALE In West Lynne Hat Portage Portage la Prairie Colvile Edmonton and Prince Albert Maps nnd pamphlets can he obtained and full information in regard to these ands be given at uie of the Company in and will be giv Winnipeg- August 1st 1882 O J Land Commissioner WM H Sale Wall Paper Still Continues Ii is tie M per 239 Canadian Pacific Railway Go TRAIN SERVICE 3.10 p.m 11.30 p.m 3.00 11.05 6.15 p.m On and after AUGUST 14th 1882 WILL BUST AS FOLLOWS Leave Winnipeg for St Vincent flo Arrive at St Leave 4 20 Arrive at Winnipeg Mondays except Saturdays Leave Winnipeg for Broadview Arrive at Leave Brandon at Broadview Leave Broadview for Winnipeg Arrive at Brandon Leave Brandon Arrive at Winnipeg Daily except Sundays Leayo Winnipeg Tar Stonewall mire in Stonewall Leave Stonewall for Arrive at Winnipeg Daily Sundays P Leave Winnipeg for Rat Arrive Rat Leave Arrive at Daily e rue pi Sun days Truing run on Winnipeg Time JOHN M EGAN C Gen Superintendent WM HARDER Ust Traffic Manager j 4.10 The IMPROVED made by W T DINGLE OSHAWA And without doubt the FINEST MILL in the Dominion Our full line of goods embraces MOWERS RAKES BINDERS HARROWS John Watson's manufacture PLOWS B D Buford make including icg Sulky and Gang Plows SEEDERS P P Mast Buckeye BUCKBOARDS BUGGIES DEMOCRATS Wm Bamsay Manufacturer Ont MILLS Made by W T Dingle For prices and terms see our Agents throughout the or call at the Main Street Cor James ADDRESS MANITOBA ftp A pip Ml Iu SoS WORKS WINNIPEG Proprietor Manager 238 OPPOSITE AMERICAN HOTEL HAS OX SALE LOTS IX EVERY ESTATE OF THE CITY of WINNIPEG AKD IS THE BEST PART OF THE rant OF THE PROVINCE OF MANITOBA The business being done purely on commission it is manifestly to one's ad age to do their business through this office more especially us properties will no be accepted for sale without written authority from owners NOW OX SALE A HEAVY OF FIRST-CLASS By private sale at tbe Eureka Sale Room TO lots in the neighborhood of the Station for lumber yards and storing grounds Apply to T P MURRAY Auctioneer and Land Agent Main Street and the Eureka Sale Room Ave IOWA OVER THE ROADS Of THE m 111 I nitron TOTTN ClW in tho GREAT It the unbroken owned by any one Paul and and f ny Milwaukee St its connection iho St Louis and Northern It also Includes Points shown upon thla C Refers tbb aU Roads la to or tk Tim Tables pub TO anywhere in the Tin Staua mood ITS SUPERSTRUCTURE and COMBINK ALL AND ARE PERFECT IN EVERY PARTICULAR U Us arc noted for tbdi j prominent of the It hu aUo to DM Water Scenic oche Its Magnificent New Union Depot on ud Adams h n Depot on ud Adams h Station ia United It br At to b im rJl ft v a VAT A v Part v a Out urf TWttt
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