Brandon Western Sun in Brandon, Manitoba
23 Nov 1899

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23 Nov 1899

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Brandon Western Sun (Newspaper) - November 23, 1899, Brandon, Manitoba Gel your to. A railway commission. The Liberal government is favourably disposed towards it increasing Trade with Britain. Ottawa nov Abt nation we Given during the last session of the Ficerai parliament to a Atropos it on to create a railway com ration clothed with full Power to enforce the conditions of the railway act and prescribe and enforce the of such regulation As May Fco necessary tit tic Public interests a or in other word to Eon a railways a or the people without incurring the responsibility Owr in att Bing to government �z�z�zi�225 proposition com moaned itself to the judgment of the Bouse and while action thereon was deferred in the meantime the government is committed to give it tract Cul consideration in the near future but sir Charles Tupper had a a a Luk for the scheme at ail and did a to to himself on record As being entirely antagonistic there your eyes tested Fier. To those who contemplate entering on the amp a of Matrimony Start right of As. Adams candidate Fob bran Don make your nest a Home to be proud it with furniture that you can depend on to look Well and Wear Well. Buy your furniture from an old re liable firm the it has started hundreds of newly married people rights with Trust worthy furniture. There Isnit a better Stock of parlor suits dining or bed loom suits in Manitoba. The variety is Large the prices Small. _ i i Campbell a i Campbell. Brandon so furniture store upholstering and picture framing undertaking and embalming footwear a Here you Are we have too big a Stock of boots and shoes for our premises. During no 11 �1 Ali a to. Previous to this he had expressed himself in the strongest terms As opposed to the government ownership of railways to that the opposition Leader has definitely declared himself As being with the capitalists and monopolists every time and against the people As represented by the government. It will be interesting to notice to what extent these views Are brought prominently to the notice of his hearers in the course of his present trip through the West for that Section of the Dominion is very strongly impregnates with the idea of government control. The Way we Are growing. The to lowing fragmentary excerpts from a recent bulletin from tiie statistical department Are Worth pursuing a the development of the cheese Export Trade is marvellous. We a pent a Little Over $500,000 Worth of cheese to great Britain in 1868, and in 1898 we sent $17,522,681 Worth thus far surpassing the exports of the United states which last year to the Mother country were Only $3267,607 of the total exports of Canadian manufactures m 1868 cheese Only formed 8 per cent in the value while in 1898 it formed Over 31 per cent of the total exports of manufactures. We have exported since confederation . From june 30th, 1868, to june 30th, 1898thirty-one years of Home products to the value of $2,464,277,-230. These products have been of the farm the mine the fisheries the Forest the workshop Ami the factory. Our Best customer. To whom have we sent these products ? our Best customers luring these thirty one years has been the Kotlier country. She has taken More than one half of the whole or $1,260.-585563. Our next beat customer has been the United states which country has Tikey Over $953,000,000 or $305,500,000 less than the United kingdom and others in less proportion. During the thirty one years. Great Britain s purchases from us have inn Steed five times what they were in the first year of confederation in the same period the uni Teti states Purchi ses hav i cd about two thirds More than they were in 1868. Great Britain which purchased in 18g8, $4,400.000 less than the United states bought in 1898 $5.8 300,000 More than the United state. Be Ciuci we will will tue a a at Cost. Clothing is too slow a Trade to suit our taste. The entire Stock goes at a sacrifice. Dry Pine Lutner Trade is Good. Try a Sample Load. Then Yon will be another convert to our prices. In forget to put a Beard Fence Iund your buildings before cold Ather sets in. Your animals Rill thank you for the shelter. Jas. Martin 8#�eral a a a Chi i do a 8 him bar Rounthwaite Man momentous developments. May be expected at any control Railroad from Estcourt to Mooll boors swarming southward. A a x. A a a London. Nov. £2.�?there has apparently been no communication with butt court since noon tuesday and the Boers now control the railway thence to the Mooi Riv it a and As a consequence momentous developments a May he Exegete a at any time. Inie Boers Are a warming southward Large food Viz Juls ported nil around Estcourt and parties of Boers a threatening Pieter is Jill Teho a encamped at Highlands Are Well supplied to Inifi Ai Evl Ipp be tends i the various Boer Force being Ian Gety increased by accost from the disaffected Cape burghers. Tiie serious difficulty in Csc nl7 is Hytha British who ? keep in touch with the to Twolla Boer forces whose presence is epo to before they Are lost a nit of reappear to another Nival re is Aion a 1jm� of Ron mint a Etna Hildyard Force an Hyt the Nova Kunf Tivo await an attack in s f,fil0r �lery�?T8 column is capable of taking the Field. According to a Capetown despatch general Methuen division after leaving Orange River had reached witty puts half Way to Belmont yesterday and and Jice from Orange River to Day show i a a occupy Belmont in Rone and that tiie neighbouring Hills Are crowned with Boer Cannon. A patrol of lancers which has returned from the Orange River came unexpectedly on two Boer lagers. Three shrapnel shells burst close to the lancers who however were unharmed. A iilu12ran�?T 5ov�?T �?o2--v despatch from the Mooi River says the Telegraph a no was Cut tuesday evening near Highlands station. The despatch that the Railroad station is in the Possession of a Large Force of Boers encamped near meter exons cutting. A train bound to Estcourt returned it Only got a Milf and a half northward of Highlands station North a Don a list of the North Brandon Union meetings Ith Orav is withdrawing from Ladysmith. Loudon nov 21.-of course Reid a despatches corroborative of the Victory May have been censored or captured with tits native runners. M 1h�t Are so flattering to the British that they have a distinct Lla if a being belated accounts from Kaffir sources of affairs previous a repo Rieu. The despatches from lady Smith reporting that there is an Supply of ammunition there have seem Egiy set at rest a. Point on which there was much diversity of opinion. Apparently the British comma near at Ladysmith believes Jou Bert has gone South leaving Only a Force sufficient to prevent the Garrison from rallying out and there is a disposition in some quarters to think Joubert possibly incited the a Tor it a the object of inducing Gen. A hit to make a serious attack or relax to Weir precaution so As to permit the Boers to seize the ground so vital to the defence of the town a report from Durban however says a a a. A -w., 9 a a to amp re Are rumours there that the Boers Ore preparing to break up Camp and withdraw from the investment of Ladysmith. But it is said elsewhere that the investment Force continues to receive reinforcements and a fresh Supply of stores daily. Fowler for a South Brandon. An enthusiastic meeting at Waw Tiesa on Mott Day by messes Johnston Hector Green and Fowler. A Waueta man., nov. 2 a a very enthusiastic meeting was held last right in Rickerts Jewall in the interests of or. Frank 0. Fowler Liberal candidate for South Brandon. Or. John Watson president of the South Brandon Liberal associate on promptly at 8 of clock took the chair Reading a Telegram from the Hon. Robert Watson that circumstances had so transpired that rendered it impossible for him to be present at the meeting and after a few very Nice introductory remarks called on or. W. T. Johnston who for upwards of half an hour was listened to with marked Brandon a debt. Under the heading a the default of Fig Andon City a tiie London England Canadian Gazette has the following a a the Spe Ial assessors appointed to examine into the finances of the City of Brandon have now made their re Ikjin. The total assessable value is declared to be $1.920.976, the general expenditure in the City cannot. It h considered in got below 852,58s. Exclusive of debenture interest. The seipts of the corporation from other sources than taxes amount to $14,162 leaving $38.4226 to be raised by taxation for general purpose. The debenture debt amounts to $,�98,ua3, of which $92.553 was exp Deti upon a court House building. A til latter sum is secured upon the building the rents from which about equal the b of tiie debentures. Tiny leaves $505,-580 of Luis Cuoci debt. It is suggested on lie Iiah of the corporation that of Iena 11 i in spec Tai legislative permission i it Job Tai pm <4? increase the taxation up to 25 la Iii on tiie Dollar of Tine assess Dieul with that i it Ower the corporation see their Way to replace the unsecured debentures by a new Issue of Bonds redeemable in fifty years with it or cent per annul for the who term Tim bondholders arc i Kcjr to acied tills propos Tiwi with out delay icy of the Greenway government. He referred to the action of the Senate in vetoing the Bill conveying the school Laius a into the hands of the province showing what a saving it would be to the provide a in comparison with the present method to the satisfaction of the whole audience. Tiie drainage of the Low lands of tiie province was thoroughly explained. Showing the amount of land already sold and what would be shortly with the fact before Yaj that it was not going to cast the country a Dollar As the Cost of draining a a first Lien on the. Property. The b. O. Fowler land Date for South Brandon. At tent on or Johnston has a thorough knowledge of provincial politics a a Nee the inception of a government in Manitoba. Being a practical Farmer and speaking to an audience chiefly composed of Farmers his speech had a telling effect 1u a at Down at the midst of great applause. F. O. Fowler m. P. P. Was then Calls upon who was rather taken by Surprise not intending to have occupied much time in making a speech at this meeting a i vice the time for the speakers from a distance to was �quu.1 to the occasion. For two hours lie held a crowded Hall scarcely standing room left giving a resume of the Green Way government since coming into j Ower. He took up the several planks of tiie opposition platform and showed Tivey were each and All measures that had been carried out or in the Poi Icv r a tic present govern meat comparing Triem to the say my of Quot Jash Billings Are my sentiments he a d he found Gre to difficulty in criticizing a pol y who h Wais it spirit and word an entire Eti Dowitt on of the past and present pot Preker went fully into the Enterprise of the government in Bud it Imp Branch railway Imes through the province tiie encouragement to the m. P. R. And their successful efforts in tiie great reduction of freight rate on Grain to fort William. He close i ids speech by asking i Fri eels to avoid Jangi ins and Wley a it. 11114 Libl go Wmk a Hoeuth. As Tiey were Only productive of bad feelings. A let us have a Cleao Vej amp a Tob were the closing words of the Sii Eaker and on taking his seat cheer after cheer was the response to an Able Nad instructive speech. Other speakers. Or. James Hector was next called air. a on who made some Verv suitable to Murk which were Well received by the Uduh face. As also or. James to. Green. A noticeable feature of the acting was the number of Farmers present notwithstanding the a 1 # state of the roads and not a Hail Doren present were not legitimate voters in South Brandon. Tie Inlet Iii broke of about 11 of clock with three Hearty cheers for the Queen and f o. F Owler. Tiie following is a list of the political meetings to be held in North Brandon and addressed by or. Fraser and or. Greenwood Kern nay school tuesday nov. 21, 8 p. M. Harrow shoot 11-20, wednesday non 22. 8 p. M. Fen Dennis school 12-20, thursday nov. 28, 8 . Mount Vernon 12-18, Friday nov. 24, 8 . Aiken Side school 11-18� saturday nov 25, 8 p. M. Normal school. Monday nov. 27, 2,30 . Brookd amp be tuesday nov. 28 8 p. M. Douglas wednesday nov. 29. 8 . Chater 8chool. Timur Day nov. 80, 8 p. M. Forrest forester s a l. Friday Dei. 1, 8 p. M. Hunters school saturday dec 2, 3 p. M. Ojerin Hail to a Tiluy a it dec. 5, 8 . Pink Satin with ribbon Tram a mrs. J. A Fleming. A turn of Blue brocade Linda Sofo. Mrs. E. L. Christie was in White Duchess a Satin trimmed with Chiffon. Led a tilt with mus mrs. Ramsay a costume was of Nink Siik and Chiffon a. C. Fraser candidate for North Brandon. South Brandon polls. The following 1� a list of the rolling places in South Brandon. Voting take place on december 7th 1. picks House. 32-7-16 2. H l. A see House . 3. Albert Hall. Methven. 4. James Crosbie s House Nesbitt 5. William Chris ties House �?T6-7-19, 6. George Webster s House 22-7-20. 7. John samples House 16-8-20. 8. David of a Uoung 8 . 16-8-19. 9. S Hawk n s store. Rounthwaite. 10 c. H. Watson s House. 14-8-17. 11. J. My Crumb s House tre Shank. 12. Blyth school House 13 James riker�?T8 House. 20-9-18. 14. Joseph Chapman a House. 9-9-20 a for Sweet Charity a Sake Brilliant gathering at the Charity Ball. Many Beautiful costumes. Tite third annual Charity Ball in Aid of the Brandon general Hospital which took place in the Brandon opera House last a eng was a most successful event thanks to the Well dire Tel and persistent efforts of the Large committee of Ladji a the t had the affair in hand together with the assistance of the gentlemen associated with them. Every detail had been Well ordered the floor was is perfect condition the music As Good As Ever heard in Brandon and the a upper such As Only mrs. Hample can mrs. Kavanagh wore White Satin with Pearl ornaments. Mrs or of Allieson White Over steel Grey with Chiffon trimming. Mrs. A. It Irwin becoming costume Green silk with red carnations. Mrs. Mcdonald Salmon Pink Bro Ade with Black Verdet trimmings mrs b. A Campbell White Satin with red roses. Mrs. Roger mauve and White Jap. Anese silk with Eream face trim Manss. Mrs a c. Douglass Black a ii with Black Chiffon trimmings. Mrs. A a. 8. Mcmillan pole cel Low chef it a to mtg it i we i 8atin ribbon and of pfc for. White Duchess Satin of Mist Trini mings. Pink Rores Ami sri a. Mrs. Senator amp of he Hoff a brocaded Satin with Cream lace Ivis seme Terie and dark red Row. Mrs. Gird lest Ope White brocade Satin Black velvet trimmings and red radiation to mrs. Henderson. Lemon taffeta silk with dark red roses. Mrs c. A. Rve White Organ die trimmed with yellow Satin ribbon. Mrs. Hesron Cream Cashmere with ail a Atin Roll it Bon trimmings. Mrs. Marin a Blue Duchess Satin Chiffon Tummings. Mrs. A. D. Cameron Black silk Chiffon trimmings. M Kirchhoffer White Muslin trim Mcd with Black ribbon miss Lena Lee White Muslin with Black velvet trimmings. Miss Bryson red Gauss Over red sri miss Brown Pale Pink with a Atin ribbon. Miss Giles White dotted Muslin. Miss Trench Pink Muslin Over skirt with lace and Satin ribbon trimmings. Miss Cottin Tiam. Blue Satin with Black Jei. Trimmings. Miss v. Cottingham a pleasing gown of Pink Organ die Over Pink silk. Miss twats wore neat costume of Cream silk. Miss Fleming White Satin with Chiffon trimming. Miss Mabel Fleming White Muslin do some. Miss Rrobinson Winnipeg White silk with Ganze Over skirt trimmed with narrow Satin ribbons. Miss Mill e Beaubier was attired la a Rich Cream Duchess Satin trimmed with Chiffon. Miss Lee wore a most but a coming costume of Pink silk trimmed with Black velvet ribbon and sequence butter files. Miss Harcourt was become ugly attired in Cream Satin trimmed with White it miss Francis wore Corn coloured Satin. With lace. M is m. Gill is White Muslin trimmed with red a ilk ribbon. Miss e. Fleming White Muslin a Tab White a a tin Trimn Png i of it Noth. Blue with White Muslin Over Drew. Miss Crawford White China no mfr. M5s� Kirkland White and Green Muslin be he ribbon miss Pilling White Muslin Laos trimmings. Miss Kennedy White Muslin Over Lemon silk. Miss Murphy Black silk net trimmed wit ii Organ die Gauze. Miss Casey White silk lace trimmings. Or. R. M. Mattes of acted As master of ceremonies with a kill and Suc Cees the committee in charge were As follows w ladies mrs. Kirchhoffer mrs. My Dan mid mrs. Brown mrs. Kavan agh mrs. Ramsay mrs. Christis mrs Roger. Mrs rant is mrs. Tiiu Wisanu mrs. Nation. Gentlemen his Honor judge Cut Berland or. Mehaffie f. J. Clark or. Haipin. Or. More doth or my innit. Or. Rae or. Nation or. Rankin or. Christie. By a Rovitis. Or. Bla it Ketty a orchestra Cap or ably mind Lei Timeir portion of the programme which was Well arranged a number of extra dances were played during intermission min a Harcourt miss Georgia Robinson of Winnipeg mrs. Marquis and miss Lena let presiding in turn at the piano. The supper which consisted of several course was served in the Council chamber this room had la Een vary handsomely decorated under the direction of Brandon a master of new time table schedule of arrival and departure of trains and mails. The change in time of run rung trains on the c. P. R. Ann Ouno a the cd a few Days ago took place yester Art c. C. Hel lieu. The decorations a a a the trains arriving from the in the main Hall consisting of Ilow East and West on time. The most liners Bunting chinese in uterus etc.,fior Tant feature of the new schedule were a Iso a tribute to that gentle a far As bran Ion citizens Are con Many so kill. Tits stage was arranged As a drawing room and approached from the floor by a wide flight of carpeted Steps. Over Lead y a re Hung festoon of chinese lantern. Seldom if Ever has to cry been seen in Brandon More handsome costume Titan those worn last evening on the floor of the Josera House. As a trait Ger in the City remarked the Rachton Able and costly gowns were More like those of some Large City in the East than what would he seen at % nines of Brandon a size located on the Western . To adequately a in ser die tiie dresses would be Index 1 a difficult task. Brief mention Only Cati i a ma�1e of a few of the Toilette and the Reader must Supply the artistic bending and harmonic arrangement of material achieved by the dressmaker. Perrin is the most handsome costume was that worn by mrs. Judge cum Werland of very Rich Cream brocaded Satin with Chiffon and a Trei trimmings. Mrs. E j Barclay wore a splendid costume of Cream brocaded Satin with Black Chenille and Zirri in Cut fringe Trigram figs. Mrs. Or. Harcourt s co Tum was much Admiral it was also of Cream Broca a with in Carf trimming we of 4.o0. Mrs. F. Nation was handsomely gowned in Cream sat bras id Trun my i with Chiffon. Mrs. John Hanbury wore White Muslin tie note Over White a ilk. Mrs. I. A. Robinson wore Cream Duchez a Saim with Chiffon trimming. Mrs Longworth silk Organ die Over corned is the change in the Brandi local. This train which has been arriving about Midnight will read ii Ere at 12.45, and will leave for Thi East at 5.30 in the evening. Tax Pacific express will arrive at 9.45 from tiie East and leave for to . Cast Ai 9.10 in the a oru ing tin Nevi time for the local will be ver convenient for bosc we sing to Yth i the City the trip uru Lep the new a a gement being Fruct locally Coni Meli to one Dav. And i veg tie Gre a portion of the Day for Huskea u wimp Icieg there a Lio Wever considerable Disse expressed among business Meri Over Thia it t that a tie to Al does Noi Earry Mai the in Ali Cervice will to Aven wors than in bus been a Ines the last Hartgr tip a foil of no schedule give Tima of arrival a Odds in Arturo of All Tram at Brando Pacific express going West Atlantic express going a at. Brandon Louai going East. Going West. Mixed going West a a a a Bouris great North moan. Wed arrive depart 0 45 . 8.45 . 9.10 a n 12,50 . 5.30 9.00 4.00 6,30 . 10-10 . West Central Fri 1.35 7.00 p. Mails mail for a Mut do a a at 8 15 . Mail for the West closes at 7-00 mail for to lib Souris Branch Csinsi at 2,30 . . And Changa. H. P. Mails Are to

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