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Manitoba Morning Free Press (Newspaper) - August 10, 1900, Winnipeg, ManitobaMatoba a tit vol. 26. Winnipeg Friday a gust 10, 1900. Fin pages. No. 30 situation in i Hina. Tin Folles Ltd in tar Tang Tui aug. To t let a a a it 2 w. Mostly . Ii aim Rurans lost Corfi. Yang to min is 1h Milf from ton Tsin. Hung Chang is in despair Over the Influent of the Natl a la Tny it in Iklo. And in in afraid to Eaic Hlis Ghal. Messages wore in a in <h1 Fri it in tar fat my hand austrian a inv or t i the it Apitai. The to to of tto it s. Ultimatum i a Hon i in published. Wii it ii is it Law Niimd by n British journal an Quot he jul up diplomacy ,1 Ivak summary. A try Bindom m Mukin was Pansyl in re to Ria by ill a thu it in a try a of n to Roberta and East Turc tin Brit just it was in tiny a and ten a if fms a. Several Canadian invalided nol Dirren k a i for Home yesterday it it a the parisian. I.ort1 k i i a Honor tins Cross it to vial in hut Pursuit of ton. Wet. Who is put Polar Methuen s font. Tin hitter drove a port Ion of the a Eit Emy into tin u la. Tin1 a Lin i fit re Man at Kib it i a River it tsp lib a Vas were. Mad prisoners. Allies take Yang Tsun another chinese City Falls before the advancing foreigners casualties 200, mostly killed. India sends big army mtg tile is still la Flung cling afraid to leave Shanghai mis Pekin enemies Long for his life. N f. Is or the 11 \ k. Weikh Myton. Aug. following instructions from our govt Moonts to whom we leave the question. A i should inform you that the if Merliin of Brighton ont., was tilled in a a Bis 11. After this year Manchester will cease to to a Freo port. Severe fires visited Beaver Falls find Rivitz i Eosin. Mayor payment of Ottawa was injured in a runaway Accident. In a me bean a prominent Rahi merchant of Winnipeg is dead. Thori a Martin the Well known Canadian poet died itt Montreal a convention of Marquette liberals will la held at Shoal Lake sept. A a. Powder wan exploded under a chinese hut at Atlo Linar near Windermere . The Campaign worker. Of Ltd Yuehee Lite eras have been called to a conference. .1 Udo of a rent w ill investigate alleged irregular 1 tie in the school a Tela a in. Mrs. Stevens an Ottawa lady was nearly burned to death while Curling tier hair. A k met i Farmers delegation has arrived in Winnipeg to spy out the West irn country. A a rapid settlement of the strike 1� in Prospect. Alao Ager Whyte and the men Confer to Day. Adi ice a Date 200 Armen tans were malefic red by troop and Kurda in the District of Saraann. Many desertion from the Halifax Gar re a Are announced 75 us aug reported Inre establishment. Hon. Or. Tifton has Given judgment j in two Appeal against the Gold Coin mis a loner dismiss Tig both. Dispatch has been received by office of the army Here a Che of a up aug. August i Yang Tsun was capt i it gtd. Wire up. Need own transportation. Ail Well. A signed the following dispatch has been received at the War department from a men. Chaffee sent via t he pm it a Yang Tsun aug. Tsung occupied to Day. Wounded Sarong Lieut. Frank in Long with infantry moderate. Shia Baltjes about 5� men in oth and 14th it. S. Infantry and Battery of with it. S. Artillery. Nearly All from 14th infantry. Name later. Many men prostrated by heat and fatigue. Signed Yang Tsung is the town which Gen Chaffee indicated in his dispatch received late yesterday As being the objective of the International forces on i heir then pending movement. It is at the Junction of the pet Lio and the Railroad leading to Pekin. Its capture will insure to the i n Terna lion at troops it in hoped two routes of transit Arteton Pekin. It in 17.8 Miles from Tien Tsin. A Hie i Osl 2 a Lotty killed. Ism on. Aug. 1�.�?4 a. the capture of Yang Tsung the tosses of Ifie allies according to a dispatch to the daily express from Che Ftp dated aug. K. Purporting to give an account of that engagement were 2�, being killed. The allies marched on Wrig says the report a at Dawn on monday. The position held 15,< off chinese was should we not depart from Rivkin the foreign forces coming to our Rescue should be of sufficient number to insure the safety and Convoy of Huil foreigners of whom 2�t Are women and children and i wounded and More than native Christ tails whom we cannot leave to he massacred. In any Case a chinese a escort should not by considered a i Hope that my cipher no. 1. Dated aug. It. Has been transmitted a begun in this diet let. Though it cannot be said to be general vet. Ail Are hoping for a fair yield though there seems to lie a if 1011 variety of opinion As to what it will average. Considering the very dry season our Farmers Are getting a splendid lot of Hay and sufficient of it for their neds. Ilam Tota. Aug. 5 a wheat cutting commenced this week and by next week it will be general. A fair yield is anticipated. Moosomin aug. J a the Farmers in ill District Are purchasing their Binder twin flt or the coming Harvest and from the Large quantities leaving town the crop is going to be much better than was at list existed. Panic at the funeral crowd broke through line a sixty persons injured a princes surround dead King s Bier. Ottawa s mayor injured. My. 1j min thrown out of if is far Riago a sit War lid Hoy drown a Iai a sewer. Ottawa. Aug. 1>.�?mayor payment was thrown out of his Carriage last night and dragged 1410 feet. The mayor knee was severely Cut and one of his arms injured. Victor Dube son of Wilfrid Dube of the House of common staff was drowned in the new main sewer near Sweetland Avenue this evening. Vic Tor Dube was a a years old. Part of the Bank gave Way and he fell into the water which wan 1 Fet it teen. Wii Frd Dube is a son of or. Dube chief messenger of the House of commons. We. Palmer. Son of a. J. Palmer of Ottawa has received a Telegram from the British War office to report for service in India. Mrs. Wilsell of St. Andre Aveline has sworn out at Hull a charge of attempted murder against her husband. She alleges he attempted to take her life. An Effort is being made Here form a Canadian Cricket league. Li5�oar Liberal convention or. Valentine Winkler m. Nominated by accredited delegates. Enthusiastic ratification meeting address by sex Premier Green Way. To Paris aug. I a a special dispatch from Home says a panic occurred there a luring the Progress of the fun ral procession of King Humbert. The crowd it in asserted broke through the line of troops Many women and children were trampled in Ler foot and to were wounded and taken to hospitals. During the excitement it is further stated the italian princes and foreign representatives surrounded King Victor Emmanuel anti King Nicholas of Street boxes for parcels or. My lock will establish re tit sclera for reception of Bulky flail flatter. 1 he Elspat a referred to a by m. 1 Montenegro the new King s father in Law Drew his Sabre and the generals present followed suit. The King of Italy remained Calm and Une cited. Or \ Alentine Winkler m. I., was. A the majority of these Ini Murrit a at the la Gar con vent i on of lab Ems held at Maui ton. Messes. If. 1. Pierce and Torf. Turn Ball s residences near Teston Man., were damaged i a lightning. Three residents of Perkin Mills ont., Are Olle Peu to lie concerned in the Dea til a a a h. Martin an aged Man. Coins Dainty Are made in this so a of Tivie Eutz Iloyd a a. Tea trying valuable Trees of Lio Slyn Load fort Rouge. The remains of the late King Humbert i to Ell entrenched to the East a of the River. After an hour s lighting the chinese were driven from their defence a dispatch to the same paper dated Tien Tsin. Aug. 0. Reports a won Naissance that morning by the japanese beyond Haik the result being i that the enemy was discovered in of Iuit and not us in to. at Wei to. A panic occurred at the funeral. Pichun has not yet reached the French foreign office. Def end i no f re or h 1 Loti. Vienna aug. foreign office has received the following from or. A. Yin Rosthern. Secretary of the Aust Lan hungarian legation at Pekin dated aug. 4 a the Austro hungarian legation with the archives was burned june 2.1 since june 211 the French detachment have been defending the French legation which has been bombarded by Cannon and Riffe fire. Part of their building was destroyed by mines. We deplore the losses of capt. Thormann and three sailors killed and Boyne tire and two sailors severely wounded. Hin let july id the chinese attacks have not been severe. The chinese government wishes to induce us to leave for Tien Tsin under Safe conduct but until now we have not fall a in with this offer i hang in . Washington aug. 9.�?an important dispatch has been received in diplomatic quarters in Washington forwarded from the foreign office of Ltd be of the a Gowers taking part in the International movement and giving with much detail u conversation by i Hung Chang in which he express his a Sfa air Over the is million Ltd of the Chin so government and i fear that the Antl foreign element bus gained Complete Ascendancy at Pekin the conversation was with tits consent of the Power receiving the dispatch and As he is an intimate fib and of Long standing with i the latter spoke tin deservedly of the Diplo Matiie condition of affairs a among his own people. The dispatch As received in Washington is quite lengthy. May he next a Laflin. The Ascendancy of 12 Ping Long the intense anti foreign let 1.�% is no feared to and it is stat 1 that it was due to his proposition that the two conservative met not a he Tsune ii Yankten were Behe it led. Quot he names of the beheaded Man s Are Given in the dispatch As you r a a hang an 1 11 is Hung Chang this last event appeared particularly 10 depress y trouble with soldiers. In hit i i nth of he a mud to fan not Trust them elves aboard after Sunset a Dari of out break. Hamilton. Bermuda he a the anxiety a Peri end red by the inhabitants on account of the alarming attitude of the soldiers of the coloured regiment the first West India stationed Here has been to some extent allayed by the precautions which have Bon taken by order of the governor. The soldiers have been forbidden to enter the limits of the town. Or. In fact to leave Prospect Camp at All after dark. A Hunt Lri a men have been told off for picket duty Ami Ihus. Patrol the he re ets of Lla Milton and All the Road leading from the Camp either into the town or the country. The Wop la a however Are still afraid to Trust themselves abroad much after Sunset Ami the native a adored Menes scially Are much alarmed la to the soldiers should break it it Uttmi resume the outrageous behaviour which was fast making of ibo Tobin less a defenders its greatest nuisance and terror. The trouble seems to have originated it the Scarcity of a of fit ers. Many of whom Are away on Siez ii a service Eisz we re. Two companies of the first Quot West India regiment go this week to the Island of St. Helena to assist itt guarding Gen. Cronje and his fellow prisoners. Tin bermudians very cordially wish that the whole regiment would depart. The it tie Mootoo Iii fair a to Tel i for Large exhibit of to rank Ami cattle. A a a a held tuesday and wednesday. La Avi Ltd Arthur Adams Van arrested at Brandon charged with attempting of murder ids father sheriff Adama of i Vry telling of the capture the Manitoba Rifle association match q huf it commenced tit Rudaj the Taylor Tyro the chinese were Superior in numbers Hung Chang. What regarded Al As is and after facing the fire of seven guns the japanese retired from Haik with three killed and 27 wounded but. Having captured 2tkl horses. With the exception of these messages Gen. 1 Chaffee a report is the Only account published by the London morning a i a a Tun of the capture of Yang and Hudson Bay Competition being completed. Phinit a Vic Consul Meyer has returned to Ottawa from a Western trip and a a a a a a highly of the Dou Kobors Gal f a a a. And his own countrymen a settlers. The Eontra�-1 for a be new Drill Hall at Windsor Ami the new file Toffic at Pic ton has Leen let. Work Nisi have by eur protected by a wage clause. Among the themes discussed at Tbs Mam Toba College meeting thursday were foreign missions israelis religious tie a la a rent a ally lbs of a King Quot in i stir religions future a of Western Cana a la. The weather. Proba Lili tie. # manitoba�?1 Hart led ii oat re mid to u Dot la rat or is. Man in otay Lam �1 Estius. Friday anti Virday Light la Resit southerly we ills North Dakota Gean Elfy fair Friday and Hii urday Gardabie winds. The weekly Wii the. The following is the record i at t he chief in to a a re a i Gieni station in Manitoba so Jobush iils if Vav Luffe a. For the week ending thursday. Aug. A. Its a the height of tie barometer alive sea level is till feet. _ greatest barometric pressure n., 5th just. Least barometric pressure 2lhfw us a ird lust. 11 High get to in a erasure h7.2, 71 h inst. Fax West 1�hiip�nit�tre. . 3th inst. Omit Tot hourly average rate of wind for of dirt. 135. A Viti inst. Least hourly average rate of wind 21 hours 7.1. 4th inst. A a. ,.give artist re a is Ify of wind. Lowb lust. Iuliu. 0.7 inches. Pease to be fit be in of. Toll will be levied by Manchester ship anal after 1900. Manchester aug. 9� a chairman Mast soon go slower. The editorials generally inclined to View the Progress toward Pekin asm it tend id but one which cannot by at the present rapid rate. Is the concentration of supplies and the establishment of bases will cause inevitable delay to the allies. The commissioner of customs at Shanghai has received a routine message from air Robert Hart director general of Imperial custom showing that the j Itter is still conducting the business of Imp a rial customs a rather Curt Otto in lotion of affairs taken in conjunction with the words a happily still a Uve Quot which he included in the dispatch which was Datil Pekin july -j7 Quot commenting upon Washington a latest communication to the chinese in Wernent the Dally chronicle a be Scribee it As a idyllic diplomacy and it declares the chinese attempts to zet the ministers to leave Pekin As described by m. Pichun have convinced every mind except the Washington officials that a steady application of Force is the Only argument Pekin can understand. British landed at a Anglita. The state department has received a cablegram from Consul general Good now at Shanghai announcing that a considerable British do Tach not of troops had been land for the Protection of the for Ign settlement at Shanghai no protest been made by the american general hut he says the merchants of Shanghai disapprove of the action of Admiral Seymour fearing it will incite the anti foreign chinese. It is Learned at the state department that die f a filled states government wet inter no it protest at Landing troops As it Job cedi the right of any Power to protect its citizens where they Are deemed to be in from French my Niiler. Pars aug. A the foreign has received the following dispatch reached Here in cipher fran m. .1>hon the French minister at Pekin Shanghai to Day. Aug. A a the Date no it being Given a the has Consul via. Rivkin Date not wring a Bythell. Of the Manchester ship it anal r 0rps has jus a fit a formed by the Ghl Fieroe co., at a meeting to Day informed the shareholders that Manchester after the year Lisk would Cebu to is a free port that ship dues would be levee a to a Tny he i att scale anti that snip owners would be obliged to a pay it heaths for their ships. By the chinese that the Powers have repeated de Tabi isling that the progressive element favourable to the foreigners could expect no mercy. He even expressed the belief that he would be among those to suffer. He stated that although summoned to Pekin he Hall asked for 2h clays delay in the ground that he was not Able to travel. Methodist missionaries Safe. New York. Aug. 14�?the Rev. Or. A. B. Leonard Secretary of the met to dist episcopal missionary society to Day received a cablegram from the Rev. We. H. Lacy from Kobe Japan announcing the Safe arrival at Kobe of various members of the methodist episcopal Mission at Foo Chow. Besides or. Lacy and his wife the following were named us having arrived at Kobe the Rev. And mrs. Jam a 8im<ter, mrs. Julia w. Plum miss Sarah m. Bos Worth and miss Isabella Long Street. A of these Are from Foo Chow. British India a big Force. Simla aug. Í4�?excluding the fourth brigade the strength of the forces pro Beer Ling to China is 4 i British officers 1.004 non com mis six one Ltd and native officer 13,97i� men s followers 1,150 Drivers. 2,520 horses 4/mm ponies and males 12 guns 14 maxims and 1.n00 Imperial service troops it is expected that the entire Force will have sailed before the Middle of next month. I Nani Nanus for Xiv Ulersee. Berlin. Aug. 0.�?the German foreign office told the associated press Corre Spon Deitt this evening that the consent of the other Powers had been virtually secured to the selection of count von Waldersee As commander in chief. Hat. Yellow fever. V w York August Pitt or non a patient fat Hie i4.t-pit.il, who Arri Veti it Ere in the Steamer Montserrat from Havana in Mii Lfering from a mild Case of yellow fever. He is a going Well. Ottawa aug. . Mulnick postmaster general has to establish Street by a is for the reception of parcels and newspapers and has had a Beautiful Sample Box built and a Supply is now being manufactured. The Sample Box is on exhibition in the Post office department at Ottawa in about a month contractors will begin the delivery of boxes when the department will proceed to establish them As rapidly As the Supply is delivered. Serious charge. A a a Tig Man crested in Brandon it Iii grit with it to in Ting to Bill 111� a i or i at stir tie. Brandon aug. T a David Arthur Adams was a rested Here today by detective Foster charged with attempting the murder of his father sheriff Adams. Ltd of Birtle. Adams is an inoffensive joking Young fellow 24 years of age. He Lias been engaged recently playing a piano in a resort on the outskirts of Brandon. It is alleged Adams put Gopher Poison in the bottle and platted it where his father usually kept his private Supply of whiskey. The father however was not deceived and had the stuff in the bottle Analysed. When found Adams at first denied All knowledge of the bottle but has since stated that he a lid put the bottle there and that he knew it was where his father kept his whiskey. Evidence is at hand to show that Young Adams had a bottle of Gopher Poison in his possess la it a Ami that he Hail been shown where his father hid his bottle of whiskey. On the boys person was found a letter stating that detective Foster had been in Birtle presumably looking for whiskey Ped leers and that if it was for anything else word would be refit him. This letter was from his Mother. Adams is now confined in the cells Here. Manitou. Aug. a heavy downpour of rain an harmonious enthusiastic and representative convention of the 12berais of Lisgar was held Here this afternoon to nominate a candidate to represent them at the next general elections for the House of commons. The convention was called to order by chairman Jame Laid Taw of Clear water at 4.45 p. M., and immediately got Down to business by appointing a committee on credentials. The chairman in his opening remarks sail that what was to be a Lone must 1ft done fairly and openly and this determination was rigidly adhered to. The chairman even refusing to name the committee on credentials As he thought it would be More sat j is factory for the delegates to appoint the committee themselves. After the credential committee had reported showing 82 voting delegates present it was dec ill to receive nominations by ballot and the billowing were thereby placed in nomination or. John Sweet Morden senator f. Young Kalarney or. R. Mun Roe Miami or. R. L. Richardson. P., Winnipeg or. Valentin Winker m. P., Rhineland or. A. Mcleod. Morden or. James Baird Pilot Mound or. A. Stevenson Nelson or. James Riddell Rose Bank sex Premier Thos. Green Way. Crystal 1 City or. Xiv. Ii. Nesbitt Roland. All those who wer present and were nominated withdrew from the Tekl. Sex Premier Green Way was not present at the convention but it was definitely stated that he would not accept the nomination and his name was withdrawn. A ballot was then Tak non the two names remaining in nomination messes. Valentine Winkler and r. L. Richardson m. P., and resulted in or. Winkler securing the nomination by a vote of 71� to Fyk on motion the nomination of or. Winkler was made unanimous amid enthusiasm by a standing vote and three rousing cheers for the Liberal candidate in Lisgar. Evening session. The evening session of the convention was a decided Success a Large number turning out to hear sex Premier Green Way who received an enthusiastic reception. He spoke for three quarters of an hour and made a Strong plea for a United support for or. Winkler. Or. Winkler made a Brief speech thanking the electors for the Honor conferred on him and dwelling on the splendid record of the Laurier administration. The other speakers were j. T. Brown we. Hood Frank Willkinson James Riddel. P., senator f. Young s. Farley and John Sweet. Direct line to Duluth articles of incorporation fixed in St. Paul por the Manitoba and like Superior railway co. Said to be one of the Mackenzie amp Mann propositions Canada Atlantic interested in scheme. Plot to imprison lord Roberts St. Paul minn., aug. of incorporeal ton for the Manitoba and Lake Superior railway co. Were lived at Duluth this afternoon and this fact brings into promises the prop edition of a direct line of railway Between Duluth and Winnipeg. There is an impression that this Road is the Duluth line of the Winnipeg and Southeastern one of the Mckenzie a Mann propositions. The new company propose to build and operate a railway and Telegraph line from a Point of Lake Superior at or near Duluth in a general northwesterly direction to some Point on Waters to be run in connection with and As feeders to the company s railway also to own and Ope rat a locks and elevators. The principal office will be in Duluth. The time of the commencement of the incorporation Wilt be sept. 1, riot and it shall continue do years. The amount of capital Stock is $1,� �,-0t�> limit of indebtedness $1�um imn. The names of the incorporator Are James t. Rose Alex. R. Sinclair Ralph j. Oarb Way land w. Sanford and Franklin w. Sear All of Duluth. This is regarded As undoubtedly the link in the new Lake and rail line from the International Boundary Between Winnipeg and beyond to the Atlantic happily a covered and ten ringleader jailed a invalided canadians sail for Home. London aug. Ib.�?1 a. A the daily news hits the following dispatch from Pretoria dated aug. Ii a a plan to shoot All the British officers and to make lord Roberts a prisoner has been opportunely discovered. Ten of the ring leaders were arrested and Are now in probably the plot was part of a conspiracy of which the attempted rising at Johannesburg was the first indication everything was prepared in the plot to make lord Roberts a prisoner and shoot the British officers and the conspiracy was Only discovered at the last moment. The conspirators numbered about 15. They bad planned to for Active service not for Idle useless life in England. Lord Strathcona has done Alt he possibly could. Will stay heme lit fat Are. London aug. U. A various complaints Are published in the morning papers from the canadians invalid to England from South Africa regard i ing the Lack of orangemen its for their Comfort and the delay in sending them Home. The morning Leader says a the canadians invalided who sailed from Liverpool for Montreal yesterday by the Allan liner parisian expressed their disappointment at the neglect of the military authorities in Liverpool. They said that having experienced the life of the British Soldier under British officer they had resolved to stay at Home and to mind their own business in the fun Minnesota and Manitoba West of the Lake of the Woods with authority to construct such Branch lines or Extension As May be desirable also Power to acquit and adopt As its own for a portion off the distance a line of Road or a part thereof of any other railway company or to enter into any contract or lease or make connection with any other railway company also Power to build own and operate a line of vessels upon the a nearer to the Manitoba great lakes connecting and tributary than fort Arthur. Via Duluth. The connection of Jas. T. Rose with the Deal As incorporator would make it appear that the Atlantic transit co. And the co operation of their boats Between Duluth and a Parry sound were into re step a and they might be in future the boat line of the company. The proposed Road will shorten the haul for Manitoba wheat to Lake a Superior from 1� to 150 Miles bringing Duluth that much Metropolis. Danes prospering heavy storm at Reston. Crops Ano Harvest set fire to the Housea in the extreme j Ture. Moreover they promised to Lay Western parts of the City hoping that a facts before the acadian Mlls the troops would be concentrated a there. The plan was that the conspirators were forcibly to enter All houses occupied by British officers these having been previously marked to kill the occupants. All the Boer sympathizer were acquainted with the plot and several had been Tobio of Allegar Pierre and i urn Hull i it Amage of by lightning a Hail in it a i it it la Eric Section. Heston aug. 0.�?during a heavy rain and wind storm last night the houses of h. D. Fierce and Thos. J Tumuli were damaged by lightning. 1 Hail is reported in wrae sections North. Ter on Board the parisian no help for hot a it. Berlin aug 0.�?1ths foreign office referring to Day to the presence of the Boer envoys and of or. Leyds in Ber Lin. Said that the delegation was Here told 1 a an official capacity Only and that off to secure the person of lord Roberts and hurry with him to the nearest commando. Horse its had been obtained for this purpose. Then the British i earned a the names of the ringleaders. Who were put under arrest. The affair has created a tremendous Gladstone aug. has be gun. But it is not general and will not be so until next week. The weather has changed which hinders both haying and Harvest. Tuesday. Morning there was a general rain 1 5l? which lame More than an hour soaking the ground Well. Five or six Miles South it rained still heavier. Yesterday morning there was a Shower. During last night and this Forenoon there was a heavy rain accompanied 1 with Thunder and lightning. This 1 London aug. A the times to Day rain will do a great Deal of Good to publishes a Fetter written by a Cana it was not Likely that any Power would Endeavor to secure favourable peace term for the Boers in the Funai settlement. Sending a in a me Mulether. Washington. Aug. department of state is in receipt of a District Contal Meyer return from m a a Tern trip a i it of 1>hubor and to it a rians will make Good rattlers. Ottawa aug. . C. A. Meyer. Danish vice Consul and editor of Dannebrog has returned1 to the City from a trip through the North weal territories and Manitoba. He visited Many of his countrymen who had j a. Taken up homesteads and found them torrid Hayhur ath rate Well satisfied and in a prosperous Lunnis us i o Ofca i f1 pm i l. Condition. As to the Duck Hroboni and galician. Or. Chicago aug. Ftp there were four Many and it is his opinion that the. People will make Good settlers if a deaths and Jit prostrations Little patience is shown towards them As they Are both Thrifty and hardworking. W Estern politic Al feeling. Patch from the Consul general of the Era Buffer reports the death Anhthi mate at i Aih. Town dated from wounds of capt. Wei by of the july further relating to the ship 18th Hussars Well known for his pm it 0f american citizen As mule Minitier Emmr Rion Speaks of if in Rece rat trip and Obner Vatious. Toronto aug. 9.�?Premier Emmer son. Of new Brunswick who has been touring in the West is spending a _ a a Man a a Aoa Mui Unwin a a _ Plo rations in China and Tibet last Terra at new Orleans on British Tran-1 Day Here before foil of East. He year he explored parts of Abyssinia. Gra Ita go a complain no Volunteer. To Day from the heat. Philadelphia aug. 9.�?three deaths and 29 prostrations occurred in this City to Day from heat. Toronto aug. 0. A tremendous thunderstorms somewhat lowered the temperature this afternoon but the return of the former thermometer figures la threatened to Morrow anti the extreme heat is expected to Htu till sunday. The death rate is again very High and there is much suffering on account of the heat. The Barley and late Oats. The Barley crop w i now be fairly Good unless it lie overtaken with Frost. Farmers. Our departure from a Kin and business in Are More hop Ful a a a. A it and beg us to arrange now than even three weeks ago and tit Deo mature and fix a Date. A there will be plenty for Man and a a a the to ung i Yamen that beast and some for the machine Man. Rould not leave our posts without a Stonewall aug. 9.�?harvesting has w e co Dlan Volunteer. 7221. A odium of the 22nd Oxford rifles complaining bitterly for himself and Jais comrades about the delay in sending co Vales they have waited Long and patiently but cannot get the authorities to act. Or. Odium say that they enlisted Oporto. In this instance or. Stowe j was entertained at luncheon at the remarks that he sends Home free a nation dub to Day by a few who apply to him but adds to no j. Sooner Clear one vessel than another Friend. He Speaks in glowing terms comes into port with More americans of All he has seen in Manitoba the who have been so foolish As to ship a Northwest and beyond the Rockies. Mules to this country. Over 50 have politically he spoke most hopefully of j the Liberal party for the province of arrived and further shipments of the Outlook for the Laurier govern Quebec. One of the chief among the Rhee mule Teers ought to be prevent want of Iak Superior. A could it a scions to be discussed is the Peen t canadians Home. He claims tha a j Means used to obtain men find nowhere the i Preaston the \ proach of the general elections which at new Orleans As told me by the Laurier government was in a Langer of men Are simply losing the Public Eun tide Nee. I Jue Hec literal called Montreal aug. 9.�?a meeting has been called for the weak after next of the Active Campaign workers of will rank Early organization for Active a a Erato arts necessary

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