Baldur Gazette

January 16, 1902

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Issue date: Thursday, January 16, 1902

Pages available: 8

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Location: Baldur, Manitoba

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Years available: 1898 - 2014

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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - January 16, 1902, Baldur, Manitoba ALL GOODS EXCEPT STAPLES At 20 Per Cent Reduction For Cash or Until f e wish to thank our many friends for their patronage of the past and hope for a continuance of the same for this Your interests are ours and we will al ways endeavor to place before you va lue for balance of the FALL and WINTER groods will be cleared out at Low W ancock DISC Plow DOUBLE OR New Wonder of ttie 20th OryrnmondHay ie B FOR SALE nil Cream Sew Wiliami SfnricsMachine Will provide you with you wish from a Needle to a ThresMiigr I A GOOD Price lOOncres I under 60 acres sum mer Can be aJl broken For particulars apply to HARRQWER PRfCE for to open Correspondence with one another or with the of Agrioultura at Ontario and Quebec via Canadian Northern Railway and Northern Pacific Greatly rod need ratoe for Write immeclintelv for Genl The Original and Latest improved Disc All others are pnly Will plow hard ground that no other plow can and do better work with onethird to onehalf fess draft thauariy other disc or mould board plow on Harrower Board by Week and 1 Accomodation for Commercial Every facility for Travelling Firstclass Livery in connection Cattle Bought and Zjjh Modern Up to Date Type Satisfaction in Mock BUM PBECEPfEHY Meets 1st Monday of en oh moalli Iu Victoria Meotinvs Orangemen in fiood standing haying Royal Arch Degree aro only eligible for mom For further imrliciihirii ajply to any of its is a Sick and Baueflt Fund iu connection with tho FRANK Ralchir iery Tuesday at 8 oclock iu Vinitors always muda LOYAL Will meet 21 Good Programme after each iDCIESI OROER OF OlllTEfl BALDUR Meets Fourth Friday LODGE evening of each month iu Visiting Brethern are always 0 1 nanc Moscrip CARPENTER General Ficruaa Workihop A Second GENERAL O Machinerj all Kiuds Repaired Iving M D k Newspaper Subscrip tion XjawSc Anyone who takes a periodical from the office for three without refusing sumo is recogni sed by law as a subscriber to the Subscribers who do not giro ex press notice to the contrary are considered as wishing to renew their If subscribers order the discon tinuunca of their periodicals the publisher may continue to send them until all arrearages are If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their periodicals from the post office to which they are di they are responsible until they have settled their bills and ordered them If subscribers move to other places without informing the pub and tho papers arcsent to theformer thej ure held The courts havo decided that refusing to take prriodicals from the office or removing and leaving them uncalled is prima lack evidence of HEXLTE CosoMti to Norihanx BUxatwth PE PAYABLE IN BTery Thursday morning from office of Saoond Editor i In order to assist in improving class of live stock raised in th North West the De partment of Agriculture atRegina last year arranged with the R to carry fine bred bulls from any part of Ontario or Manitoba the Territories at a uniform f rate of five dollire per The plan proved so satisfactory negotiations were recently opener between the Deportment toward the importation of pure bred cat tle into the The De partment was anxious to sjcnre from the company the privilege of including female stock in the fret cars placed at its While the Company cannot see its win clear to grant tliis in as BUI mice has been given to be ef fect that the arrangement respect ing transportation of male stock in vogue during tho current year will be continued dnniur the coming The of Agriculture has decid ed io carry purebred cows mid heif ers under an arrangement similar to hat now adopted in respect to The regulations far the coming year will contemplate the carrying of bulls from any point iu the Provinces of Manitoba and Ontario to any point in the Terri tories at the usual uniform namsly five dollars per and pnrobred cows and heifers will bo accepted for shipment ex actly the same conditions upon a payment of per In latter case the Department will be called upon to pay the pro portionate carload which will of involve somewhat heav ier It is tho desire of the Department that the privileges pf fered be made use of by tha pie of the Territories to the great I possibles and it would be well for ranchers in tho North who desire to purchase pure bred and breeders in Ontar io and who have stock Baldur Secures Tucket Win District Baldur rinks will represent tins district nt the forthcoming bon spiel in Tuckett at having beaten Bel mont in the finals at that place on Thursday Inst All honor to the Victors Tho rinks which did so nobly for the town The final for the district medal played off Friday and after one moat evenly contested gam es in the annals of curling reverted to The victorious curlers returned to town in wearinp their Tuckett badges and were given a right royal reception by the citizens who turned out en masse and cheered the double con The general feeling is that the Tuckett trophy will come to Baldurfor ft year in the The rftsults of the competition wnf fis Town total 22 Cannon McDonald total Fowler Hos ed 30 Mc Donald Cannon total Modal Wawan Barclay Town total 21 Asford total 28 Baldur the The resulted in a win for Before the played his last was one in irawing to tee for by not taking enough raised one of Bakhirp giving them anot her shot and making a They played another end and again and had to play when Baldur scored another each rink The scores were Mosorij I Fowler total 30 Ay ford total HUFF Huff school opened Jany Miss Edith who is well known in this is in charge for the The many friends of Jus I zier learn with regret thai I he lias been under the weather for i some time wo trust that be be iround again as usual in a few Huffman contemplates i tripto Ontario on a Perhaps to interview the It is io bo hoped ho will return a gonr Wood hauling is the order of th farmerlrTaking advantage o the good SOME CURLING DONTS th few an From the new annual of Ontario Curling iJon t bo cran Dont hog your Dont be loo lazy to Dont take your eye off Dont be afraid Io shout a Dont go away mad if you Dont pound the ice up in your Dont be stupid and slow about learning the Dont play with different etonen every time you Dont watch game on the ot her ice too I Dont guard when you are want ed to come to a t Dout be dissatisfied if you cant skip every game you Dont keep your skip waiting for you to gat yoar stones at Dont bump the end of the building when a is Dont come past the hog line cept when you nre Dont stay awake all night to explain to yourself him you were Dont play all the games and refuse to go ftwey for foreign DonH find fault with the com mlttee and do but little yourself to help op thjO In the return match betweep Glenboro and the Invinribtes played on the home ice Friday night the local team again demon strated their greater staying pow ers and superior ptick handling or er their Thehome team were tho sprvicps of Good whoso kTieo was dislo Campbell was sent forward and the goal tnlren by Fow ler who ably defended the space throughout the exceptionally fast and furious At 8 oclock refsree Hettle lined up the and soon afterward the disc was in rapid motion8 vary swift play and goal umpire Poolai hand went Baldnr 2 after the trick was but before the spectators had ceased cheering just 1 Glenljoro broke the defence and sent one home2 1 in favor of 7 ela psed before a loiv lift by Froder ickson found the After the same interval of time Baldur added 6 and of scored their second goal The half closed with Inviricibles Glenboro 2 This half was remarkable for good clean ffwift Although the visi tors looked like business wheu ap pearing on the ice thingej weni Baldur way for in 4 ona goal was added and in a score Then occurred sotTchnrd play with much rough refpne Hfttfle took in the sit uation Campbell was sent to genre the fence for 2 Glene tried some rushes but failed to came on uml Playfnir decorated tlio he on ngnm bfforn Uenboro play found the Things interesting at iiiis fjtage and tho spectators were worked up to a great state of en UiiiHiaBtic A Glenbo ro player took the fence and short ly after his return the Livinciblea 1 more 4 they repeated the score With only 5 to play the visL tore made a grand ctiort io redeem in 2 they made the score and in another 1J The expiration of time stopped tho best of feel f Keforee Hettle gave general About 125 people witnessed the the gate receipts amounted to of which the hockey club gets Doigand Milner put up a strong fame for the while the swift rushes and close work of Playfair and on the home forward line were loudly Sclmltz and Bateman got in their effective and while we all know Playfair is second to none at pt he was ably assisted by son at who up several rushes in fine team is one of which the twwn maj well be The teams adjourned to the Chester House and partook of a sumptuous 26 sitting to the and Hattle gave good speeches on the true sbip of which high ly ;