Brandon Weekly Sun in Brandon, Manitoba 2 Sep 1909
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Brandon Weekly Sun (Newspaper) - September 2, 1909, Brandon, Manitoba
A missioners meet Little objection to the Roadway. In the fall he struck his head on the hard Road inflicting the unfortunate Man was carried hit the Arlington and a doctor summoned. It is not thought any serious results will follow. R special Quot to the Sun i new Vork aug. 31�?charre d bodies of seven children were found huddled together in the ruins of St. Malay chips Home a roman Catholic institution at Brooklyn burned last night. It had been thought All had escaped. From tuesdays daily death of John la scientists discuss important through i Brick a will pm a y at River Pai brigade turn out in obituary. Or. And mrs. High Guson 862 seventh Street mourn the loss or their infant son Albert Charles who passed away at their residence last evening. The deceased a illness was of Short duration the immediate cause of death being convulsions. He deceased was one of twins William Ralph on the new Church goes ahead fast express train held up by Bandi Corner Stone of Victoria Avenue methodist Church to be Laid within three weeks Ball teams lose Money the work of excavating for the new Victoria Avenue methodist Church was completed today and the first of the Concrete for the basement Laid. Tie work will now go ahead Villi All possible Speed and in ail pro-1 ability will be far enough advanced in about three weeks time to permit a it of the Corner Stone being Laid. At a meeting of the trustee Board to be held this evening the Date upon which the ceremony will take place will be chosen. Another matter to be decided will be in connection with the Art Glass for the windows. Deficits in All towns in Western Canada league Brandon last trip West very unprofitable nce rate a Der discussion the Brandon baseball team will return from the West to Winnipeg where they will close the season with six games with the maroons. The games will be played at River Park the Winnipeg club failing to come to terms with the Happyland management. The bran dons Western t in has not been a profit a Ole one the games Seldom realizing More than the guarantee of forty dollars and in Many cases the entire Gate receipts did not exceed that sum. According to reports All the clubs West of Winnipeg have lost Money and some of them Are several thousand dollars behind on the season. From the result it is not Likely that a league like this year s will get much support next season As the feeling seems to he general it cannot be made to pay. Among local supporters of the game the feeling is that an International league with Winnipeg Brandon and some other cities South of a a a the line is the Only possibility. It la considered too that decidedly More interest is taken in an International league. A and Light committee recommend Brandon resident. Insurance rate be put on same basis As Winnipeg from tuesdays daily and Regina. To prove this or. Bir it a a that a recommendation be sent to called up his office at Winnipeg and a the Manitoba underwriters Assoc in had the rates quoted from that official Tion requesting that Brandon residue source. The rates quoted were Tal property he put on the same inn class i., 45 classii., 50 ., 55 Ance basis As Winnipeg. Class iv., 60. The above recommendation was tin Alderman whillier1 asked if after outcome of the special meeting of toe the City had expended so much Money fire and Light committee of the City on the improvements asked for by or. Council held this morning when it Birch that the area affected which was found that the reduction promis has now extra taxation would not get de by Secretary h. W. Birch did not a reduction in rates cover residential property hut Only or Birch replied in the negative mercantile property. Stating that they had better fire pro Alderman Hillier in opening Cha Section other cities were making discussion stated that the whole the same improvements and were not Council were under the impression looking for further reductions As they that the 25 cent reduction prot had the necessary preventive More to nosed by or. Birch included both re Protection against fire. In conclude Side tial and business property Givi a Ging he further stated there would a a reduction of 10 cents for the laying no reduction on residential property of the duplicate main and 15 cents for. And that none was projected appointing a permanent fire chief Wiki upon this stand taken by or. Biron i i of tar Star twelve men. The co Minitte drafted fhe above or. Birch explained that his to commendation., j a a. A a f a. Mise did not include residential pro those present were aldermen Perty. As a reduction on that drone Rev Clark. Hillier Hughes. My Kenyh. Wheat no. 1 Northern no. 2 Northern no. 3 Northern Oats a a a a. A a a a a a. Barley. A a a a a a a a potatoes. E e a cattle live Well it. Hugs. A a a a a a a a be of dressed per 22> pork per la. Eal per a a a a a a a a a a a chickens fretted per to Ducke dressed per vib. Fayee. A. A a a a turkeys dressed per la. Blitter per la. Bill per Dosen. E City today
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