Baldur Gazette

February 13, 1902

Issue date: Thursday, February 13, 1902
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Pages 1 - 8 of the Baldur Gazette February 13, 1902.

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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - February 13, 1902, Baldur, Manitoba i DrummondHay General Dry Goods Boots Shoes JProfesjor giittons Mohawk Medicines 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 ways endeavor to place before you va lue for balance of the FALL and WINTER goods will be cleared out at Low Hancock Rotary DI5C Plow M DOUBLE OR The New Wonder of the 20th The Original and Latest improved Disc All others are pnly Will plow hard ground that no other can and do better work with onethird to onehalf Ipas draft than any other disc or mould board plow on Harrower B BELMONT i n makes A Crsam j jifa WiHiaa5 SewiriiMachins OF Will provide yon with anything1 you wish from a Needle to a Threshing BUM BUGk PIllCEPfEllll Meets 1st Monday of each month In Victoria Meetings Orazsgemen in good standing baring Eoyal Arch Dagrefi only eligible for mere further particular apply to any of it a Sick end Benefit Fund is connection with the E FHANH SCHULTI MARTIN Baldur meets every Tuesday S oclock in Oddfsllowa always made mi mi Will meet Feby 14 Good Programme after each mm nm OF OHITID BALDUR Meets Fourth Friday LODGE evening of each month in Visiting Brethern are always Lt IV j nanc General PIOTUBI Worlcuhop t Second Board by Week and A 1 Accomodation for Commercial Erery facility for Trayelling Firstclass Livery in Bought and Balbur Modern j Up to Date Type Satisfaction in Wlorh IN PURSUANCE of the Pro visions of Subsection 2 of Section 12 of the Dominion Elj ections 1900 PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to the Electors of said Elec toral District that the following persons have declared unto me as agents of the undermention ed candidates in the forthcoming George of Pilot for Duncan Alexander one of the candidates at the ap proaching Herbert Edward Car For James Melvin one of the candidates at the approar ching Dated at this Fifth Day of February FRANK Returning Officer for CO PC PAYABLC IN morning from offjcs of Editor Prop FOR SALEi FRAME Stable and in Build ings nearly For full parti culars apply A GOOD Price 100 acres under 60 acres sum mer Cnri be all broken For particulars apply to HARROWER GKKERAL Machinery of all Kinds Repaired BALDUR Irving D FOR VVJ of in Good 100 acres another 100 cai be stable and good well on the For further particulars apply to Peter O HEALTH PROVINCIAL COBONEI Surgeon to Northern Office lniir EHzahotU A White Sow about 2 years Stauyed from about the of Any information to be sent to George FOR 6 1 1 Mower 1 1 1 Gang 1 set 1 Fanning 1 C H miles south of Physician and Belmont f m t 1 DOES ORNAMENTAL AND All classes of I i on Ring Coffin Plate En graving a BSTCall and see the work turned out with this will both delight please Choice stock of and Jewelry to select SPECIAL ATTENTION TO m mm Advertise In Your Local POLITICAL was a good attendance at the conservfttive meeting in Vic toria Hall on Thursday night The audience while not an except ionally enthusiastic listened patiently and intelligently to the different sides of the various polit ical topics discussed and gave all the speakers a good The chair was taken by president of the local asso ciation and on the platform were Sanford Nat Boyd and exAttorney Genl The first speaker was Evans who devoted hio time to analysing and criticising a recent speech of He claimed the lib eral tariff was a protectionist one and not on the basis of revenue he gave a number of instan ces to demonstrate his Statiscians had shown that under rule the reduction had averaged 2 per cent a year while the present governments reduction only equalled 1 per The speaker dealt also with the decrea se of immigration from the United Kingdom and the importation in to of what they considered an undesirable class continent al immigrants He claimed iht large influx of settlers from the Stateswas due to the ex isting circumstances and not to the ability of Tho con oil question was gone into at full The cause of the bad oil with which the country hud been was owing to the gov the time permission was given the Standard Oil to import oil into ing out from the old act the wore company incur ring no responsibility whatever iii the class of the oil Ow ing to the pressure brought to benr the speaker said that the gov ern men t had been forced to maki an Evans closed with a strong ploa for Tooinbs on the ground that the liberals wero standing on the old conservative Cameron next spoke on be half of the liberal candidate In opening he said there seemed to be three candidates ami i but one and that a very live He ex plained the Crows Nest which had been endorsed by Si and also referred to the administration of the the revenue from the territory hav ing paid the cost of In closing he said 18th would see Stewart at head of the There being no representatives of Richardson on the platform Cary spoke in his inter ests for ten minutes making n strong plea why Liichardson should have their should vote for Richardson on the ground of stood by his pledges to the people and they did riot want a man who would be pulled by the this way and that He said he re gretted to see the conservatives and liberals combined together to down and he believed it was an attempt to drive him j from public life ae a man who had the courage of his stood out independently was distasteful to both parties who had no use for Mathers followed ajtid far the twenty minutes he hact at his dealt wJth tha grain act and its They did n6t claim it to bs perfect but it was a a step to meat the needs af the farmers of this country and with subsequent improvements he sidared would attain the sought Nat closed the meeting in a racy The grain act in for his condem the result of its operations had been a combine in prices for and on his market where they had had 8 or 9 this year they had He devoted some time to whom he was no use tb either party at A num ber of tariff compariROTia were made by where duty had been increased on necessary articles and reduced on those for which the farmer had little or no In closing he urged the people to return Toombs as they need ed him and the liberals had no need to have their ranks in The meeting was then LETTER FROM SOUTH AFRICA THE BOERS AND THE Dear a few lines to let you know that wa are once settled down to patrols and scout after being on the trek for the last 14 We are ed on Commandant Jacobs farms about 11 miles north of another warm spot Fifty of us have to mind the camp while the other 50 have to stir the Boers up or get stirred up takiag it in turn veek Last week we had been out our full week and more within 11 miles of the camp when we came upon a 6 of us and thought we would look through the house with the idea of getting something tq eat or drink as our rations wera finished for the behold our surprise when we got in the house when we found a shoep just killed and already a pail of pot of beans already and tea mads with lots of Boer meat and a tire nicely burn I thought we would have more to eat than we bargained for before we got but on search ing the place we found in the sitt ing room two bales of wool and scottered around the room we tramped it all over and found notT Just as we leaving one of the men came in and asked if we had found anyone as he had fouud three horses and saddles in tho and as he had his bayr onot fixed he snid he would dig bout in tho wool while we scouted around the Karafs and but the first prod he gave brought a most awful yell from under the and two very delapidated looking Boerswho fell upon their knees and begged for ing all kind of information provid ing we spared their We had no notion of harming them at all to finish up we took their rifles and bandoliers and putting man in charge told them to hurry up and get supper which they setting up a very good in In about an hour 4 a half we had caught up to the umn with a fall stomach and two They showed Henry to tne laager of their Com mandant which was surrounded captured the next men in Everybody enjoying the bast of hoping you and your faia ily all the I Yours as ;