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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - February 1, 1899, Winnipeg, Manitoba FEBRUARY 1899, NO. 188. THE Ontario opens of is bo on 1'i'U- TUP The rinks cm ton in tlie competition in l lie city on Ills occupied the r i of Kentucky Fort GO united ouo Many on Texas filed from tho effects ot Q. s. 11- pastor of Is ami of Tlie lato of left to La of will nav n returned from In the u in The by tlie Joint commits ion at ton i TUP North at Owen was destroyed Several M pin boats to UUP of the 1'li.MiUTS hi in to the theft of tho i i 1ms resigned the chief mul will reside By V. S. tinny passed added to lav army The of will iu their J. G. P. a reception at last Nominations fur Now are on a The Is for an loan on tho Lou clou of iif tlie of tlie C. It. in Have nil boon Nu fresh boon The Canadian M. P. carried Irom td in nnd 10 aU will Juys tlie Cuban y unless lus afo paid by Indications point to largo A GREATER INDICATIONS POINT TO A LARGE IM- MIGRATION FROM EUROPE OF THE BETTER CLASS No Further Trace of Disease Among the Quarantined Are Landed In Temporary Others Leave the Ship To day of the West Huron Visitors at the Jan. Hon. Mr. minister oJ has following dispatch from H. P. English remained tit Halifax when it announced the who by the Lake to be ed. goee no further nor trace of nny hundred are landed and the balance nix remaining on the until buildings have been will be in the course of two or Agents ol tho ment who went through from St. John to with tho trains have returned bo find report tho arrival of the immigrants in excellent The they gavo tho newcomers a reception equal in cordiality to that giver by the people of St. The universal opinion in the west Is that will maku excellent Advices received at tlie department of the interior indicate probable movement of a great bar of the beat class of Russian and immigrants towards Canada at an early OTTAWA Lieutenant Governor Forget and of the Territorial arc in Mr. will con Tor with Hon. Mr. Sifton In regard to In- dian T. 0. of is Premier Greenway left for At meeting the of tho West Huron was will held on Feb. 14. polling the 21.s-t. Tho victory of Robert the Liberal seems IN It is that C. general superintendent of tho eastern division of the C. P. will be manager of system in place oi Edson J. hay the general ON THE NEW ROAD Engineers Busy Locating the Ontario and Rainy River Jan. McCarthy came down from his camp qn Swell Bay last arid spent A couple of days in a guest or The party working under has located the line from of Bad to Bear's at the entrance to JRed Gut In about two weeks line will be located to when the work of taking soundings for the crossing will be The party working is now in Calm so that east under Mr. the vicinity of the line of the is now located Red Gut bay to Calm country the head of bay ami Swell bay Is very rough and broken and tlie construction of this part of the road will necessitate a great of rock From Bear's passage to Gash point the road will follow closely the trend of the Lake so that no difficulty In ing section of tho line is ex- Mr. McCarthy started back on taking a team with him to assist In moving hLs camp to a point on Portage THE IME Government Starts With a ed Election Dates n and 18. Ht. Jan. tho nominations for tho general In tho province take place ruary 11 and polling on the hides arc yet unable to announce the names of their candidates in the on Tlie government starts with ouo decided us preparations for the short campaign avb more than tho The opposition find it to HH ure in some Especially bo iu DISASTER AT ROGER'S PASS A Snowslide Sweeps Away the C. P. R. Roundhouse and Seven Lives Including the His Wife and Two 14 Jan. was here at sir o'clock thia mauy to Canada In tho A great of Claire h ot denounced Hie was created Jolin ol class and f t. to assume direction oi the Ogdensburg and Lake and Jutland 'A deputation headed by A. from to-day saw tho at and asked permission to ob- tho in u- Um the ol Power iroai the burg canal a local light burp i occurred yesterday I A delegation Irom about Roger's tho 0. P. It. round house 2OO another from Lindsay and one from Peterboro waited un Mr. Blair asking to be allowed to get water from the canals for town 1 i and woro away by a seven lives wero a r. K. and other THE temperature of tho last lev days shown no signs of abating mul with tho wind steadily from north tho for will not create a demand for Tho official forecast calls for continued and all local go show that tho weather man lias for once put it off. At 2 a. in. the thermometer registered 38 below THE and very cold to-day ami tening CIVIC NORTHWEST BENCHERS of Election of Officers and Committees the Law Jan. 31.-- At tlie first con vocation of the benchers of the law of tho Northwest held at committees OH rules regulations and and mcani were nnd after completing ol the the C. Q. D. Q. Mie first election of of- took when were A meeting of the civic committee on vais hold and City Campbell ia The iVn woro instructed to pre- tho measures TO simplify of titles to laud bought to the sinking trustees and the fund iu the I for tho licensing of to the dog 11- to empower the city the Electric Street to attach fenders and to n STOCK AT Tlie Herald write to Day linve received the report oi s. as to tlie 1. I secretary and C. Q. I J. B. Q. Ford following svere library Hon. F. W. Cf. Haul Hon. J. and E. L. Examiners and Q. F. P. and N. lie porting and N. Q. James Q. Prince and N. The president is a member ol each After completing a large amount of tine convocation ad- to meet at the in It is the in- tention of the benchers to reprint the present supreme court ami to report the decisions of tlu single judges as well as those of the full TROOPS FOR com- pany of the West Indian regiment ing from at the scene or the disaster of a Know elide en tho main lino of tho C. P. E. the summit of tho The catastrophe red O-t four o'clock in TJio roundhouse and station were swept away and seven lives were lost and two persons A large force is engaged in tho re- covery of bodies and two havn on found up to the Several large Elides had taken place tlie morning and early in the J. Hon. John H. John Charles Fish will the The ticket has the of Conservative iM 1J. Tho opposition selected a ticket but some ol the men declined to ami it il there will be any opposition in this In county no opposition candidates will uro now in order and calls have been sent by boith sides for party meetings to tty all will probably E. Foster reached today to take part in the DESTRUCTIVE today for Ear La does co re- An Owen Sound Factory a Complete Loss Owen broke oat in the North American Chair com- about d o'clock this The whole plant was com Tlie ie in the of Two red eighty hands are thrown out of origin of the fire is supposed to have been spoil Two night watchmen are employed the whole year but the fire was first noticed by a party coming into town from Tlie waa bitter ly and the firemen could not to ma and walls began to and in two hours there waa complete total insurance is 000. Of this is in the Mil and each in the Bay and Perth Hay estimate their total loss on machinery and at SIXTY The Important Industries of Kentucky Unite In One Vje received here that tho deal combining the important distilleries in Ken into one great corporation hns about easel ally in New York It has been known for tirne that all the individual owners had signified their turc plants to the com- pany on the terina and it only remained to secure tho necessary In Now ing to tho advices to the distill The com pany iv to be capitalized at Tho includes epine distillers In the various portions of with all outstanding and all now in its CHINESE 1'eb. Times iu financial article announces that a Chinese cent loan of guaranteed by China on lias given Creat Britain a pledge these will not be to riny WAH Ester hazy mul that it H quite in force the garrison there owing to tho criminal H wintering of this class threatened rioting among the chamber of court of proves satisfactory it will add will also He declared that he would not ly to the prosperity of the does to St. where similar his testimony ton fore a tlie number that can be i trouble is clue the unal irom tlie government limited bv the of the widespread can be SPANISH Feb. 1. Tim cabinet lias causing considerable damage to of Trains will bo held at Glacier and Donn Id until further but tho officials expect to get thu line cleared Superintendents and Wilson arson the spot and arc using every dean Agent wife and two Operator E. and one person injured are two whoso names arra not one: a in the most hati j since tho first year of when twelve lives were lost slide oast of this A RECTOR REPLIES An Eloquent Tribute to the Greatness and Prestige of Jan. 31. At Grace church on tin attack made by Mr. Cochran upon robber nation 01 tho pointed to the hi GIL I which haw followed in tho of British expansion almost all the world more notably in and in and that British rain been In most a blessing and not a Ho quoted tho words Admiral recently in an to tho that imperial policy ot England was tho factor that had donn mo it to lie be- intensely with tho Anglo- Saxon people of and the Groat had ncd to the and oi universal would only come when they hat by side in of tho ly Then would be no the argosies of would supplant tlm of destruction and enterprise would go in and out through Several New York Regiments dered to Sail This Week for the NEW C. P. R. James Assistant to the Vice Leaves For Winnipeg in a Few Days to be General Superintendent of the Western 31. Mr. O to president the C. P. received a leaves in a days hiis work aw general superintendent of the err at tho 1'. P. with quarters at Mr. O borne is rising in tlie railway as ai boy tlie he to tho of- the ice of the C. P. 11., rapidly rose to the of car ant. tills ho waw eii to al the car vico and two or years ago he 1x> the vico for ruary Sth. THE 8 to that tlie Sultan Is about tlie powers against system and to Turkish suzerainty over agreed to undertake tlie restoration of the constitutional guarantees and alec to add an exportation board to tho of upon the of all classes of will deprived tne control of the Tho court upon but failed lo induce him to alter his ANOTHER the powers have agreed to the prolongation of tho mixed tribunals for a year from i i WONDERFUL President of the treal Board of Speaks on the Past Year's Jan. tho annual of the board of trade President James In the course of his the low Lug During tho forty-five years I have baea actively engaged In as a merchant In this city I Wave passed through oC and financial but at no time have I known ths financial inter- ests tho to have been on a. sounder or a better footing than nt the We have been blessed with ft bountiful and all engaged in tlie commercial and Industries report a volume of ments tiro also most sat is lac tor with losses through bad debts much speaker went on to compare the figures of in with that of tlie and similar wi other respects something of the country's He on the permanent good conferred on the country by the gifts of Lord and Sir C. In the sion which followed the annual re- Mr. I. minister of lic was warmly commenced by Major Bond and others for efforts to Improve the channel between licra A. P. Watt insisted the government should policy by building public at in those 3iow In existence controlled by private A resolution adopted cordially Mr. for a two cent also for the imperial two cent GAINS IN Most been tile Congo II of the that lio is a The Congo have no definite SUPPRESS THE A Great Demonstration in Albert by the Jan. Royal Albert was the scene this evening of a great demonstration on the part of in- representatives of lifty lestant organizations connected with tho established church iji and Baron anci tiie proceedings were by the denouncing Ish practices la the ot were antl telegram was dispatched to tho Queen her to direct lord the to take lative steps to suppress the tices Jan. tlie tion today of Dr. H. as ol Bangor at church of St. Mary John the made a the tendencies ol the protest vraa received with and there were hisses from others the The ceremony then proceeded and the election of bishop was LORD HONOR Jan. cml oC the high joint and lord of in at the right of Chief Justice daring thn brief session of ihe supremo court Only before in of the court has a courtesy been extended to u That was in when Lord lord chief justice of sat with the Jan. was celebrated at the dence of J. D. county tills when his oldest Mary was married to William Grier of W. T. The ceremony whs formed liy Rev. W. B. been the war to movement of for from Vork neat Thursday with of arid four companies of I Till TJio tho will from 8.1 rue port with the and of tho 17th The in of have to the orders for tlie without OFF St. Jan. Third left in five sections Tor York route to At the oi Col. was no Jan. today from join Admiral by of tlm Straits ol u Full supply ol The hir but by the oru haa from Punta The another of tho United StatoR out to arrived at PRINCESS FERDIAND The of Bulgaria Dies of monia Shortly After Confinement of Bulgaria died to-day of gave to a daughter yesterday deceased princess of Bulgaria had been lor a fortnight from influenza and continuous high lover premature con- finement nnd extreme There in gossip hero ap to her un- happy domestic at Is a. ing year of her there Buffered a great deal from intermittent to bad Who only the on forced of Lor is to the her u that ex- between nnd Uw M. Stain tlie in TJio but tho fact from Slip was in and farewell to tho Prince at thr of 1 dost daughter of of Wic wan born uary 17Lh, and was inn cried on April 20th, to Prince the reigning prince youngest KOII of tho lato of and nnd of daughter of Louis 1'hll- A MANIAC AND A KNIFE A Crazy Man Runs Through the Streets of a City Injuring Now Thomas ol town near iac and raji through with a in striking he met. Must of people hut three were iously and ran into and driving out the lie was n of who put a rope around Ins and to lynch lie cjt resident's the place ami placed in KAKL OF Jan. The EUin until viceroy of hus been n of Garter in placa ol tlie of LARGE GATHERING AT THE BERRY BANQUET LAST A GREAT RECEPTION Accorded Mr J. G. the Liberal Representative of Macdonald Hiding in the Dominion of From Prominent Members of the Party at Their Unavoidable Ab- of of a tary to Mr. J. C. 3iiillK-rf( 1'. r which uas a 1) r i of nt their trir premier of tins M. P< Clifford tcr of thf K. JMU M. 1'. 1'. for and were made by It. 1'. P. for A. C. M. for made of and a Tho in progress at this i He ihe United States Have No Peaceful In hiw to tlie M of u tle 1 fi tho regret that he linn not ro- any of uf 1.0- tl anil IHM left to the forcible liy the Los of her the ly to Lint in may he to lie to that anil received no official in A SAD Jan. liy mail froin nail of there week of from in included many men of In -In it Cuba Only inon returned As marched down tlie fv way of Kt earner were met by an of people Cor- and shouts clifers nf of but were drowned the of the relatives of tho AX of to-day In hla 81-th of Haron who j gained as a. JI or in I nt 1U T Jan. lovoe of the took and wan largely Mr. Henry Mrs. nnd wbo are of Karl Thf visit of the official of the United to for a court is us a unique ami agreeable departure from the of tho FOJt The Forks Herald who on tho of tho N. lust hay brought Knit that com- pany for Spring for who wan injured In the oT his duty aw that he has goad causo for OOLD IN M. In 1 his city In Hen A. a r I 1ml. nf i lie At o'clock do JN fif If all tho Mail In nf Ait ir to Jan. is of nn IN HOT A IK In and the zero A Finow and in
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