The Ottawa Citizen from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on April 9, 1900 · 1
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The Ottawa Citizen from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada · 1

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
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Monday, April 9, 1900
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7T-?1YT EN " U VOL. XXXV. NO. 128: OTTAWA, CANADA, 31 OX DAY, APRIL 0, 1900. PI? ICE C2fK THE CITIZ -H M T Miss Allan, Aylmer Road, recovered a gold bracelet through a lost advt. in the Citizen. Mr. Henry J. Morgan returned the bracelet and the owner returns thanks. Twenty words cost ten cents. These advts. appear in both papers. SUTAHONS VACANT. WANTEDGIRL. FOli LIGHT HOUSE. V work. Apply 'Ml Sinter street. WANTED GOOD GENERAL SEHV-' ant. Apnly 1:.) Besserer street. A X T E D- E X P E It I E X C E D K I T ' 1 1 E X Kirl. Apply Mrs. Mead, ill Slater f; 1 1 'ANTED A GIRL, FOR STOKE AM) strong boy for kitchen. 2ul bparks HORN. F tHTER On Saturday, S pill 1st, !9o0, at '.t7 rii.iler street, UUiiwa. the wife, OS X l. Porter, of a daughter. DIED. COFFEY This nHiriilnti, nt 31 Rideau St., l ililget, widow of the latfc Thomas Coney, agtd V) years. Fui.irai will tike place from above aa.lre-s on Tuesday morning at 8.15 o'clock. col TI. EE At Aylmer. Hue., on Sunday Mil April, inst.. Louts i. I'outlee, sher-i!f or the district ot Ottawa, in tne bath year ot Ills ase. 1-uuernl at 10 a.m. on Tuesday. COI'GIILAN This morning, at her late lesidence. 3rd street, Mechanicsville, Coughlun, wife of late Jas. Cough-l:tn, aged 81 years. t'um-ral on Wednesday, at 2 p.m., to St, Mary's church, thcnc; to Notre Lame cemetery. Friends and acquaintances pleaKO accept this intimation. i:XKS-On Saturday, at. the resir'.ence of h, r blu'thor-iii-i!:w, .Mr. A. iiylaud o Anglesea square, Dorothy, wife of Vil-Ivan Banks, late, of New VoTk, in her r, 1 r '; i year. Finn ral private. NEW BRIDGE Work on Maria St. Structure to Begin Soon. WILL NOT STOP TRAFFIC Proposed New Sidewalks-Dr. Robillard Complains of Condition of Streets The work on the new Maria street bridge will bo proceeded with- in the course of a few weeks. Engineers of tne JAltltAD.lL..-Al lonours. ..... I mihllr. nnrk4 dHnfltntM 1iav COmBOTIO l: , hurt son i.orra- - " .--- - the department of WANTED IMMEDIATELY, GOOD general servant. Apply 2u5 Maria strL-i . w XTED A GOOD GENERAL SEU-ant, references required. Apply 1 Llsiiiir street. Sunday, April Mh, aaiie. formerly of tnl:md IJe.i-e.ntie Funeral will take place from the I n-ion station to Heechwond cemetery, Tuesday morning at !.30 o'clock on arrival of Brockville train. JENKINS At lit Kent stret on Saturday, .th April, Charles W. Jenkins, aged U years. Funeral private. And the Inability of bridge companies to keep abreast of their ordeis. Aa eftort will be made however, to ltve the bnJe finished during the year. PROPOSED NEW SIDEWALKS. The city engineering department has decided to initiate a number of concrete sidewalks this summer, by this plan oj per cent, ot the ratepayers interested will have to petition against the w ilk-s in question or otherwise the work will m--eed as follows : Gladstone avenue from Kent to Bay street: Lyon street from Sl-ater to El-Bin streets; Elgin street, from Somerset to McLaren etroeos, and from Lewis to Glodstone; Argyle avenue, from Elgin to Hank streets; Archibald street from Klein street to the bridge; Cooper street, from Bank to Kent streets: Bay street, from Albert to Wellington streets; Kent street, from Someiiset to Florence estreat; Gllmour street, from Bank to Lyon streets; Bank street, from Oilmoiir to Gladstone streets: Cooper street, from Bank to O'Connor streets; Slater street, from Bank to Kent streets; Cooper Mrevt, from Lyon to Concession streets; James street, from Bank to Bay streets; Lyon streets. from McLaren to Uilinour , strce.L. ENGINEER GALT DENIES. LoSI-l-DUND. era! servant. ;!'.: Cooper street O.ST-SII.VER END FOB I'-Mf'.REL- la handle. Finder kindly return to lor reward. Apply with references i POUND EYE-CLASSES. STEEL IX fnrna "Ord r f h ool APPW Mrs. APPLY I Woodcock. 312 Wellington street. WANTED-AN EXPERIENCED GEN- I Elgin street WANTED DRESSMAKER!). ' Misses Kennedy and W he lan. Boom ti, I'll Sparks stret. WANTED LAL'XDltESS. ALriti 1AX-' try yirls. at Hotel Cecil. See steward, rear entranc". A X T E D - 1 1 M A X ' the day It) WUIIK BY also another serant. Ap-stret l. -ANTED - MAX farm near 'ity; V oi k. Address Box '. AND WIFE IX wife to do house- 'AXTEI-A Slat. GEXEftAL SEBVANT, d plain cook; no washing, r street. win. ; .V.ply 3s'.i WAXTEI AX EXPERIENCED DIX-' liiK-ioom sill. Apply Montreal Il'Uise, Quet n street west. WANTED YOUNG GIRL FOR GKX- ' eral houwwork in small family. Apply immediately, ; Bay street. 1 'ANTED A BOY FOB GENERAL ' outside work and driving-. Apply ISO Cooper street between it and 10 a.m. AXTED-E.XPERIEXCKD WORK- ini; colifeelloner; references requir- i,l. Apply J. Maoart, ll'j Sparks street. WANTED A GOOD GENERAL SER-' viiiii or young girl to mind baby. Apply with references, 107 FlorenceSt. WANTED IMMEDIATELY A YOFNG irl to do light housework In a small family. Apply Hi Second avenue. WANTED IMMEDIATELY, GOOD ' waist and skirt makers, also up-pi-. uiices. Apily JSlrs. R. 11. Renny, 64 Mjarka street. T OST - Hull 'ANTED EXPERIENCED Nl'RSE to take charge of two children; must be able to do plain sewing. Apply lei James street. ' vaut for family of three; references r quired. Apply Miss Killings, Medl'ord iipartments, j Bank street. I 'ANTED- ft.M.SBT GIRL FOR 8 CM- hut rl wait on table. Apply at once by let ter to Manager, Citizen office. WAXTED-A GENERAL SERVANT, ' for family of two, able to furnish lifeienees. Apply to KYI Waller street between i and ; o clock, evening. U 'ANTED A HARDWARE CLERK Willi e--s or three years experience, must be well recommended; one who can peak English and French preferred. Applv Purvis Bros. Sudbury, Ont. 'ANTED AN UNMARRIED MAN lo work on a farm; must be able to milk; fair wages and steady place to tno light pariv. Apply Andrew lllekey. Lot 1 .;. Russell Bond, near Hurdman's Bridge. WANTED AT ONCE A LADY TO take orderj for the Cass Corset Belt, the fashionable novelty of the day. God ..mmission Call between loa m, and 3 P.m. today (Monday) on Mrs. A.M. V i). l.anis, 30 Albert street. U' A N T F. D - AI CTIONEER FOR fruit sales; must i,e thoroughly competent and give all his attention to the business. State experience and what fcalary is expected. Address Manager Montreal, t ruit Auction Co. WANTED TWELVE LADIES TO VV travel. Salary 7xo and expenses. Absolutely no canvassing. Permanent position if satlslactory. Reference. Enclose self-addressed stamped envelope. Colonial Company, 3C4 Dearborn St., Chicago. U 'ANTED MEN TO LEARN BARBER trade. We can learn you more In two months than you can learn in shops in two year. We furnish constant practice, expert Instructions, lecture books, graduating department, grant diplomas, donate complete outlit of tools and allow anyone earn seliolarship and wages Saturdays If they desire. Prepare now for busy season tins spring. Calalogue with special I'tfer mailed free. Moler Barber College, Clii-rm .. 111. POCXD-ON XEPEAX STREET PAIR lancy woolen gloves, owner may have same by calling at Citizen and pay-in? lor tms ad. "l.tOLXD-SMALL Pl'ltSi: COXTAIX-ii;g pair prayer beads. Owner may have same by caliing at citizen and paying for this ad. ON MONDAY BETWEEN nd the Grand I'nion, pink g. rter with name Kate on silver ciasp. Ruurn to Citizen office. LOST-THIS MORNING. FROM Dominion express wje,on, parcel ad-(Ir3ssed K. Parker. Finder please return to Lominion express office. T OST-ON MONDAY, iiTil INST.. ON 1 Rldeau, Elgin, Sussex or Sparks Sparks street, lady's open-laced gold watch. Finder please return lo Fv) Mac-Laren street, or Citizen oflice. Reward. OST-ON THURSDAY MORNING, 5th inst., between Stanley ave. and Russell House, south side of Sussx, carved gold chain bracelet. Five dollars reward on return to Cummliigs Xros.' I.'ieycle st,re. I'd Sp;irk stree;. UOISES TO LEX. d the preliminary surveys una uie con- T rrP ,k ,, , , fierre tract, the deputy minister states, will be w , township councilor ihat the ice awarded in a few days, opmaois u be chH)mei cm be- taned as soon as possnb.e A Jw " cause Cltv Engineer Oak opposed it. the tiai iron ttruct.iro will supplant the pie-1 h i, n'0 truth in the rumor sent weotleu cue. 'i'ho Maine will not be ; whatever Mr oilt ?ivi h2 ..vUVn't kn- suspended as the speciiloaaKms ' . JlrSrtoSdl m to: the keeping open of a passage for car-; my venltljn to that It is duticult to Just when the ! 4ht X" cuutng'of'an ic "cta.'l structure wiU ta ''iie' ! t Jauevilte would cause a flood farther endition of the rrou and stool marac. , ,t ,n ,.-, . .. h, had done what city did there would have bien ver' little, if any, flooding at Ctnn-nihis's Bridge. STREETS NEED ATTENTION. Dr. Robillard, t'he city health orh'er. stated this morning that the streets of Ottawa were in a condition that demanded ithe immediato attentUm of iJie ijoani of wvrW. Mud, dust and the ajcumuU-tion of filth on the pavement, ho sail, circulated in the air and was not nmy biliidng to p.uple but being inhaled was injurious to tile 'health. Dr. RoWI-hird says that i: Is time the board of woiks or ei-inecring thpartment nudo e'.mie move in the direction of cleaiuu? up the thoroughfares. FOURTEEN STREAM OCCUPIED BY BOER MafekLng Relief Column May Not Have Got North of Warrenton Gen. Brabant Believed to be Invested at Wepener. Royal Irish at Reddersberg Were Surrounded Boers With Guns The Enemy Making Daring Moves. by Warrenton, Saturday, April 7. Tester-1 tachment sent by Gen. Brabant, frus mo LET- A LARGE COMFORTABLE -L huuso plenty of ground. Liu Chapel street. Appiy lS C.iapel street. i; PI gSONAL. rnALL. GOOD-LOOKING WIDOWEB, nice home, prosperous, has $40,000, desires wife who would appreciate kindness and generosity. Address Mr. David Box 2 St. Ijouis, Mo. 'ILL LADY WHO EXCHANGED valises on Union depot and Rldeau street car on April 2nd, kindly return same to Mrs. Cummings, Carp, and her own will be forwarded, when address is given. rpo LET-FINE LARGE HOUSE. 9 X bedrooms. No. 2 Gloucester street, next to convent. Appiy to W. Bishop, PS Sparks street. rpo 1-i.T- HOUSE NO. ft THEODORE street, cor. Waller; ail modern conveniences. Apply 219 Nicholas or I'M SL-arks street. ri'O RENT UNTIL AUGUST 15'frl. X. furnished house. 318 Waverley street; all modern Improvements, desirable locality. Call in the afternoon. rpO BENT" OAKDALE ON THE RI-X- dcau " Four summer cottages. Large shady grounds, good water, etc. Appr.' t gi h pn a'O LET FURNISHED HOUSE, IN lovely situation, on .Metcalfe stret t, with ail modern improvements, furniture comprising a new piano. Apply at $ Metcalfe street. day evening the British slielied Fourteen streams, which was occupied by a turce of Boers. This morning the Boers plac ed m poslLion a biif gun which they nred niruufijoii! trie day. The Hritisn drop ped lyddite and slirapn;! shells into the r!B-r position, finally silencing the enemy's lire and driving oil the snipers. COLONIALS AT WEPENER. R. Keeley, service. government tele- rpO RENT SUMMER COTTAGE, ON -I- Rldeau river; plenty of ground and shade trees. Few minutes walk from Swing bridge Bank street. Apply R. V. Sinclair. Barrister, Central Chambers. rpO BENT THE RESIDENCE OX the northeast corner ot earner and TO BUILD NEW CAR SHEDS But One of the Proposed Sites is Objected to by the Parks Board. The Ottawa Elect:? street railway company has prepared plans for the erec- i.on in new car sue, la WIUCI1 will be used Report That Boers Are Likely to Attack a'neni i.xcites -the Uasutos. Masereu, Saturday, April 7. The Boers wiio were massed last week near La-uy- orami to trie number of io.wjO after seizing Tivaba. N'Chu and the Modder Kiver watet-workij broke up into strong divisions and th--y are now raiding in the somh of the Free Slate, re-occupying the snitil .towns which w,.-ve evacuated by the British. The Ifcieis policy seems to be to make rapid (movemems with little transport, looting English farmers and s'tore keepers freely lor provisions nnJ cutting the communications of the British l,rce. Gen. Brabant's colonials are now mostly at Wepener. They are a splendid force, capable of great striking powers anel used to cross country riding and are able to deal rouwhly with tli? Rf-r ocnini.indoe.3 now roaming about the country. A stiuad-ron of Brabant's hoise captured 400 rifles near Wepener. His outpost-s are reported to be in touch with Uie Boers and a fight is regarded as imminent. Persistent reports are being circulated that the Boer.s are preparing to flank the Brwlsih position at Wepener and thus to secure entrance into Bnsutuland. Such an attempt will be resisted by the Basuto-land government which Is believtl to have madr ouieit preparations. Mean while till a.pproac'h of the armies to Basu- trating the Boers and interrupting the movement of the enemy from Rotixvllle. Lieut. Bous-ley and two men of Brabant's dotaohineiit of the Border Horse, are missing. Two Buers were killed In the rear guard action. A strong Boer commando is reported to be at Walzkop, fourteen miles west of Rouxville. A SCOUT'S EXPERIENCE. is complex with ni:t,-r!al far form- I ing a con eel nrie .. i!!e t-nuattou and the a.f nvr,;i icitr7,aftrs, v 31 toelns in the curnance tij-.e wa.r a-t.Um are .critlciziT'f ttie esnciLii-t of Aftsirs s th' see theia. THREATENING RAILROAD. Boers Reported to b in Force to me Southwest of Bi oemfonteia. Bloemfontein, Baturday, April T The tiM i-s are reported in force to the swtii-v.ard, threatening One railroad, w4ilch, h'.,weve,r, is strongly protected. Hritish pickets ait svpringne Id, Ight mllns distant, were attacked today by Boers advancing from the waterworks. Ke-mounts are rapidly arriving. Tke British ue in high spirits and aniflsua lo au vancc. PRETTY COTE BOBHS. Old Captured by the Boers, but Effected IBs Eseaue. London, April S. A special despatch from Bloemfontein dated April 5. says that the American scout, F. it. Burnham PRETORIA REPORT Pretoria. Wednesday. April 4. It is officially announced here that at the Bloemtoniein waterworks the. republican forces captured eleven officers and 3t',2 men with eleven guns, two ammunition wagons, - other wagons and mules. WTts captured near Thaba N'Chu. but made his escape. He wandered about lor iko days nnally reaching the camp or the 12th Lancers in a weak state. H siiys the Boers are determined but that they realize their eventual defeat is inevitable. AT BLOEMFOXTEIN. owned by Edward Pressure on the present ,he,, ', tZ'fSii'. McLaren streets. Moore. Esq., for a term of Large stable with the house. - ' -,' ..-r, e1,i.-ni)T.;! car '" Ufie Du'1 th storing of the mu i,ra-,i w",onm,p,;,1TOr ear3 crowds the accommJdatlor X new house. No. Si cobourg street, i too much and new sheds ivlll be built bit ween Riueau ana Clarence, nan, par- . 7 he llisufnclency of the accommrxlatlon year 1 ,ru lut't street, me company lias am- pie room at the Albert street sheds for the naitives. necessitating the utnwit vigi lance on the part of the local otliclals. COPYING DESPATCH TYPEWRIT lug ortice. Sis Sparks street; legal papers, iVISS.. specilieatlons, plays, address es, &c. ivDewritten. Sueclaltv. correct spelling of technical terms and uroper names. French copying. Tabulating, Mimeograph work. Stenographers furnished. Night work. Telephone IS. iikoms iu ;.i.r. rpo LET-FRONT I'ARLOR, HAND-somely furnished, all conveniences. ApplyM7 Metcalfe street. 'V'i LET THREE UXFl RXISHED -I- rooms soili.lOo for ,.r,0.u ,,r liul,. noustKceping. Apply Leslies Chambers. rpO LET -TWO NICE WARM UNFl'R--t. nished rooms, electric light or gas, with use of telephone. Appiy I'Jl Nepean street. 'JIG LET LARGE FRONT ROOM. -I- with board. In private house, suitable for married couple. Apply 2'.'2 Lis-gar street. rpO LET LARGE COMFORTABLE -1- front room with lirst-cass board, and all modern conveniences. Apply 471 King, corner Stewart. rpO LET-COMFORTABLY FTTRNISII-A id bedroom; house has all modern improvements; locality central and most desirable. II Nepean St., cor Elgin. BOOMS IVAMtll. I'AN'TEI BT A SINGLE GENTLE-' man an unfurnished double parlor in central locality, Address Citizen office, stating terms, tc. 81 1 11 A I IONS WAN Il.D. lT ANTED A RESPECTABLE YOUNG ? woman desires wtirk of any kind I..,- the day. 126 Nicholas street. ANTED BY AN EXPERIENCED engineer, position to run boilers w I'd in ps, 1 r:i it. motors or engines. 107 Nicholas street. Apply E. 'AXTED-BY A YOUNG MARRIED ' ' couple, Deoroom and sitting room in the vicinity of Gloucester and Bank st i eets. A ppl y R. M. R., Cit Izen. 1 'ANTED YOCXG MAN WlaiH-a room furnished or unfurnished ! centrally located; rent not to exceed six dollars per month. Apply C.9., Citizen office. lor. dining-room, kitchen, summer kit chen and cellar; four bedrooms, bath, closet, electric lights. Rent $10. rpO LET-TWO NEW SOLID BRICK X houses containing twelve rooms, with hot water heating throughout, elec tric light, gas and all modern improvements; rent low. Apply J, M. Cromwell, 27 Soaiks street. wlil be all the more felt now that the isriinnma line will soon be opened and operated with cars talcing up one halt mwre room rnan a city car. The com CAPTURE OF ROYAL IRISH. Boers Surrounded Them and Escape was Impossible. Bloemfontein, April 6, Thursday (Decayed in transmission) The Royal Irish GEO. P. THOMPSON'S LIST. Real Estate Agent. 91 Sparks Street. Tcl. 216. V.WH SALE BRICK RESIDENCE, NO. Price very low. WANTED SOME LOW PRICED houses In good localities; have numerous enquiries, also want a good dairy farm, about looacres near the city. 1,'OK SALE A NUMBER OF HOUSES -1- and lots in best residential parts of the city. Call for particulars. I.UKNlbHED iiOUaE lo RENT- A pany intends erecting a building with rilles haxl been marching in the eastern eoirugated Iron, one that will present a part o the Free State, collecting arms handsome appearance and be quite In . and were returning to Bethany Tuesday keeping with the other up-to-date equip- when they were Intercepted by a Boor ment of the railway. It has not as yet commands, which had placed three guns been decided where the sheds shall be La position. The Irish entrenched the.m-bullt although there was some intention selves while the mounted Infantry scout-of utilizing land near Rldeau hall l along both flanks only to Und escape grounds adjoining R,ekl1ffe park. impossible. The Boers opened with gun While the building will be neat from an architectural standpoint there has been somo objection to locating It near the park, and this morning a deputation from the board of park commissioners waited on the managers of the railwwy and asked tliat the sheds he built elsewhere. The commissioners pointed out that the park as a pleasure res-ort, and that section ot tho city as an attractive plice f,r sum mer coftages would he m.iteri.illv inter- I and rifle tire. The British reeled spar ingly with rifle tire, husbanding their cartridges in the hope that help would arrive. Gradually the Boers drew into closer quarters. They fired intermittently during Tuesday night, hut did not attempt to rush the British position uniil Wednesday, when the Irishmen, who had fought tenaciously, were suffering severely from want of food and water. At this time also the rilles had ion nnciieu. ul .uinace, iniuieuiaio ; o delinite location had been decided on. (,u?ac.sw. i. u understood that the nark Mm. 1,1GB SALE TWO LOTS OX STEWARD ! rnisfioners are willing to buy the land in street, corner of Chapel SrJxW feet, question, about three seres, from the , ",nj,rtjj, u il eu ue goi a reasonaoie fcred with by the encroachment of bus- I penJH thcir Jaw cartrMffe. Finding r.e53 interests. tUrc nn tfim nf nwr thoxf The railway men Dromiped to eriva cslta- ; i . 1. ' - fill con.i.irnithm to the reprcs-utaiiorvs of ; ihlPtv hnilI4 'rhov lost ten killed ' and many wnmided. Arnonir the captured is Oapt. TennanL, Gen. tlatacre's chief Intelligence officer. Daly avenue. rooms and extens- ; ,e V.mndo.nTaur'Xm' with large stabie and coach house ,and house for coachman. IIOlT SALE IlOLSind. 123, MAI'LE street, hot water furnace; coacli-house and stable; two lots of land. Will be sold tp cover mortgage and interest. rpO RENT FOR A TERAlOF YEARS X Hun. Mr. Lamoart s house. New Edinburgh; will be put In thorough re-palr and any desired Improvements made. figure. CANON NKSHITT DEAD. GATACRE TOO LATE. Bethany. Orange Free Slate, Thursday April . 1 he live companies of British London, April 9. The Bloemforvlein correspondent of the Daily Telegraph, oi a uespaicn aatea rridav, says: "All is quiet here. Remounts and reinforcements are arriving and preparations are being made to deal with the enemy. "Last Tuesday many of the 'historic regiments, the Scots Greys, the Jnnlskll-Hng Dragoons and the lancers ofuld not muster a hundred mourned met, while artillery horses were very seaxdi." The Cape Town correspondent of the Dally News telegraphing Friday, savs: "Owing to a lack of horses and to the suflerings of the men from mieiimnnia due to thin clothing. Lord Roberts has .decided not lo make a big rrovo until tne troops are provided with thicker uniforms." , The Blnemfontein correspond trt of the Morning Post telegraphing Frelay. says: "No anxiety need be felt as to the security or Bloemfontein although the enemy may succeed in destroying telegraph communication and even in cutting th2 railway for a brief periinl. "A number of civilians. Inc'iiding Lady Bentinck and Lady Edward Cecil, who arrived here recently from Cape Tvwn, left today in compliance wi'h a general order issued by the ' Thirty of Them Oot Away from Camp Prison at Rimonstown. Simonstown. Osie Colony, Rtfturday, April 7. It no-.v appeti"s thnt no fewer than ZO Boers escaped from bhe old camp last evening. Nine have since been recaptured. The prisoners effected their escnne by cutting a fence under the sentry bri-Iye, while the sentry was alxwe. A driver of a sanitary cart was offered 200 to carry off the prisoners. A new tunnel has been discovered in the direction opposite to the former one. It had been completed to within five feet of the point for a breach. MANY FRENCHMEN. Were Among Those Captured by Lord Metliucn's Forces. Boshnfr. Orange Free State. Friday, April 6. The p.-L-ronei-s captured by the British yesterday a-,-,d brou.cht in today include many Frenchmen. They present a wet and bedra.trled appearance. Lord Meithucn lis', complimented his men on tiieir behavior. Captains Biyle anu Williams, or the Yeomanry, and uen. De Villebois Murcuil, were buriid today with military honors. NOT UNITED IIC. Libera! Convention a Fiasco. TROUBLE IX SWAZILAND. IS UXSATISFACijf KY. News From the Front Jin Now Khaki Color.! Not 3oiobo Killed, His Women Tied up with Kopes and General t'nret. Lorenzo Maroues, 1'riday, April 6. A runner, who 'ha.; just arrived here from oboho's kraal, r-'wazilurul, says Sbobo has ben k::i. d una his oraen liava bt?n tird up WiWi rvpt!;?. T'nrest is in-cre;!siiif i:; tJ-e euun-trj- wV.ich is in a most unsettled m; lc, borderinf? on a Tcv;n of terror, in the ;tlence of "white-man's law." Many natives have been tiireaiened and in one district thty have been completely killed off. A meaflenper "roin liromersiMrp, Swaziland, .says the :ioerp are makirg presents to- the queen and are seeking permission to pass throJTiKh Swaziland armed. M'Quezie, the fa-mous old Swaai chief, and two women of his house-hoid, with their infamy have all been as,setaied a t AJ'Quezie s kraa.1. The knaal was sacked and burned and the chief's son was captured. .Numerous bands are marching about natives and Pwazls ind marauding in every direction. This correspondent found M'Quazie's son in rhrg of two natives, who ad mitted the kt.'Mng of tihe chief, but said they had followed the orders of the bwazi queen. W.T.R.PRESON IS QJJITE BOLD He Has Issued a Challenge to the Leader of Ontario Opposition. DELEGATES SQUABBLE A Large Section Repudiated Martin The Cassiar Men Tore Down Door. Victoria, B.C., A pri! $.t!m p.wi&cial L:cera-1 cone;:M--n !: i nacno, i-.n v.ic einire day's pioeidings baturdey col.-.-j.sud of a continuous rliaoi'der'y squabbls over the credentials ot the d'-i-e.gie, dining wliicli tl,e e.c-ltemnt lm-cwme m isieat that acts ui vu-ienoe and police iiuerieronfo re.iuhed. Wiien at MM this v.a; settled atcl tec me-tin j-was ueciaie i eipe-ii te,-r basin-ss c. m..,-,.,; wis ollercd refusing to ucci-jit the eo'.e;-n.nieiit of JosepM u.i a r,.ir;s. ma. iv, l.!n- eral admhiiStreiioit. X i 1 : . uc-v. e i!- cukUiuns o: -dr. Martins suppoi lis. aid aHnouh the motion was ni cari iei. ih muting broke int.; :i wi'o :i,ie u,.'-i,l gathering, singing nv.iioiia si,ss. i- 11,3- for Lourier and hl-s'-n-- AL.i-toi. Amidst the uin a motion of adjournment sine die v.a-.i oHVred, and Cha.rr.ian Pei- vacated his Seat. Before tli& niovtiug diiso've.1. Hon. Eiirit': Curiis. iu-. of Mr. M.irtiu's coi-LUue'. tried to stnrL the ch ru-r of T.':r..-c blir;d Mice, but wo.i;c be ai-io7.ed to lead even the r,rirc.'-'' jarlier in the day the cassiar delegates and o'.e.ers who Ind bee, excluded tried lo force their way hue the hull, assisted l:y Ccd. Grego.y. ci ictoria, J. H. Seiil-'ler. of Vancouver, and tore the di,-r oft "-.he hingc-s. The Mirtiiihes had a meeting after the convention liroke up at which they eu-dors-ed Mr. Martin's policy and p.,s'reu a r-jsoIaiion supii-oning tho i-auiler ov-ernment as a successful administration. SHOT BY THE SENTRY Lieut. Scott Didn't Answer Challenge and is Now Dying. Toronto, April 9. The Globe today publishes an open letter from W'- T. H. Preston to J. I. U'thkiiey, M. P. P-, which ii says Mr. Prcs-ton has forwarded to it under dav of Loinlon, March HI. In opening Mr. Predion s-ay. he has re-ad wifh interL-st reinrts of isueeehes deiiv-ereil by Mr. Whitney and certain of his followers in the legislative assembly of Ontario and elsewhtre dealing: moro es-ltrially with alli-ffe! miseonjurt on his (.Mr. Preston's) part in connection wilii Ih'- West Klgin election of January t'ontinuiiiK, Mr. PreeSt'jn s;iys ; "1 have lung since recognized the futility of carrying; on a controversy with a distance of 3.0o0 miles from the fcene cf interest. Had FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS. TOR SALE A GOOD TOP BUGGY- Apply 2ib Kiaeau street TOR SALK COOKING STOVE AND sideboard. Aiilrfs I I4U Friel St. lOR SALE LARGE IRON WINCTI i or contractor's use. AddIv J. R. mlth, 17 Siewart street. SOUND OF must b sold this week. Address O. Jolicoeur, Clarkstown. I.IOR SALE S23, HORSE, -1 limb, etc; 70R SALE FIRST-CLASS DOUBLE J- wasmi, set of double harness, horse al'.'r.t l.'t lbs., fit for delivery and one block enrt. Apply io Monroe street. BOARD AND ROOM WANTED. 'ANTED ROOM AND BOARD IN a private iamiiy, convenient to Wellington Ward Market; best of accommodation required by a young man, who ucsires a ejrafortabie home. Address G. Citizen office. 10 R X years old. MISt ELLANEOCS. toil bALU REAL EST A 1 E. LOT ON TURN- er ait-eel. Apply T.C., Gosling, Alus- Krove. IOR SALE CHEAP X . er street. 14OR SALE ONE GOLDiE & MrCl'L-ln h saft, i-wheel coinbinaiiuris. ;t.xl; a harguin. V. M. Ross, Palace 1 totel, rime. It Fal;a. i;UU SALE ift TO LET TWO NEVV X trottrig-s. one bi ick, one i rame, on iv eel iaiiti av-. : mnilt'in iniprovt-meats. -Vppiy W SweeLlund ave. pOK SALE COMKORTABLE DWEL- X linK, o-n .MUnu street ntar Aian C1ALCIUM CARBIDE WE ARE NOW snipping high grade calcium carbide from the Duiiiiuiun Carbide Works. Orders promptly attend to, quality guaranteed. A- Holland & Son, &i Sparks atreui. A. COLE, ASSIGNEE AND baiiiif, rents. mori.iKes. hire re ceipts and accounts eoll-jeied. Ortice lo3 parka street. Phone It. WT blocks TOOI CUT MAPLE AND BIRCH, j0 cord ; Iin W.w: J a ma rat: aa.ou: cul itc iuad upwariis. t'Hrm.-s an get fireen Dluvks cut 4i load part dry. Aii inapie to, cut, lu inches long. Iarry ound ouil Vard. Nicholas street, opposite Court iiuuse. owner is iea- Ltalth. irnis very re ionatm i ifj city, owiiig to iil IOR SALK RITSI DENt'E OP LATU 1 G M. Greene, 4.V Macl-aren sir-i. Tnls is a soiid hncK hHM', L. ruoia-, heated with ht natei. Appi on premise;, or al lJ Miudie street. p,)R PAL?'. OR TO RENT NEW X building Intended for stre and post oirice, aiso r.ew iron granary at Fidms. - ttuated at Macalpino station, on th Montreal & Ottawa railway. Good chance tor busiie? man. Apply to John Chan-, V ,nk!-e'- I-Ttfi MKMhilh V A S. .uTk'NlXU RE, i7IANusT"SAtlI5 X j boitcr anil ail jievy tr.-.e3 movej' i ump.irunent furniture forrtiouse. Jouii Kobetton, auceesrtr to . H. Cutid; k C.s Albert atru Pbob tit. Jt.iu ON EST Dian ot S P E CL'LATlON." Jlf "Sate SpenihUion' has tie $'. on a in-stnunt In SO eiiu lor xrte pti rt tcUiars, als- e r and B n k rt-f e : -nee. Richard Storks and Grain, nt fJxchange New York Chy. SALE 1 HORSE SEVEN suitable for express driving, also 1 covered nuggy, i express and z dets ot harness. Appiy Citizen or TOR SALE PRIVATE SALE OF X household furniture to take place on the 23, 24 and 25 April, comprising bedroom sets, j)nrinr sets, carpets, stoves, etc, ai No. Kit) Chapel street. d 1EMLNTS O ALL KINDS, LIME, J bnck, tire brick, and clay, tirnin pipes, tiles, piaster-hair, sand, crushed grRnite and limestone; mortar colors, etc. Wright A: Co., Hull, Phone 44. Ottawa brancn corner Muygrove and Eesserer streets, I- how 4,i7. WA,M LD-MISCELLANEOUS. Y'ANTLD A HALL COAL STOVE; stale price. Address " X," Citizen r-fiUe. taNTKDIHGHEST PRICE3 PAID uien's eat off c.otliinK. watches and jew elry. Mail orders promptly attended to. L. F.i in. -175 Wellington street. I IbS JL school K1KK lias Oi'ENED A at Gt Nepean street. a orncii oi her Montreal estabusnment, wiitre Jaaies can learn to cut without alteration, make, trim, bone in ail styles bail, party and reception dresses, Meass cail and examine this famous imtv's tailoring system. Dresses drafted in three minutes. Class hours, a to 5 r,f ; m ? p m. IOR SALK acres. U FAKM FOB SALE. FARM CONTAINING lu on i'lesuott iioad, first ciass buildings, never failing weil, 3 barns, cow house and stahie, acres of orchard. This is i one of the best farms in Osgoode town- snip, -u miles irom city and two miles from Osgoode Station, will be sold reasonably, first cias3 titla. Apply 1-:. McKay, Rejd s Mills, or W. J. Sims, oil MrT.iren street. Ottawa. Bl'SIJiESS THAMES. FOR SALK A COCNTRV NEftSI'A-per. terms reas 01 able. Apply Zui citizen oflice. IOR SALK GROCLRY. lO.S'lEC. X ticpfiry and lestanraut: business in ihriviPS town; hlh ca-s traue. Addreis bll-l-tR FARI1ES. XT Ilia Uicaicr ijleat.y ouilc giving notice at the olace of the ivusseu Houe not later thi.n 9 JO p.m. All tne delicacies in seac n. including liiua I'oint and Ma iitqu-! Oysters. Loosters. resn Crab-mea:. also game, hoi and co,d Meats. Saif,os. .to. Thes- suppers ciai b served in th Foyer of the Theater, or in the Ldie' Oruinary, or th Cafe l th itHsaeli Hutu,. London, April 9, 4 .m.-lrh.'re is liltle In tixlay's news to bring satisfaction. Assurances I hat nothing n:d h- feared. even if the railways and telegraphs are circumstances permitted, or had my permit and Hloemfomeln iso'ated, toetuer 1 sonal wishes prevailed, 1 would have meit with the news that th-e ladies and other i you and my tradueers months ago on civlMTl nrp hnincr ,.ln,- ;,tt-:-J,, ,1,, ,ir.l i ,1,.., ,.) ttl.jfl,. Tho tima ia infantry, which were surprised by the i aueur well. There are rurKrs from Cine i i.ew near when I shall hav an onuortun- Keddershurg- ccmnutnSo. while marching;',",..,,, n.i h .i.n...h r. i.,i, r.r .., ,l.-'i.,. i Welt-Known AnKllran Minister p. across the country via Oewe-tsdorp, made ready cut yesterday ,outiday , f.nd also ; which I desire to rive you due notice, ed Away Yesterday. , a plucky stand, but, as the Boers hat the Hnsrs. who were sent to the trusting tiiat you will have the courage Tho wh.n . f (,o.,. ,. , , , I l,e "eld suns, and the British none, the relief of the Royal Irish rides, are also 1 and manHness to meet me in one of the V "--'.,""-':" '-" " '"r were eompeuea 10 surrender. misning, although probably inrisc are the pam irom Minih s 1-alls jeiterday af-1 (,en Uatacre arrived too late. Red- ou-lcome of Boer exaKKeisitloTs designed lernooii announcing the death of Rev. j dersburg was already re-occupieil by the ! to encourage the burjrhen'i. i anon Jvesoitt, rector of St. John's Boers; and the enemy are now threaten- i The attempt of Uenoralvolvllle to ratch churcn. Tfie revereno g.-ntieman had inK the lines to the south. Gen. Gat-1 the Boer leaders in cot trence ot Iceit-neen in ia.iiiiB health for over a year and acre's force has returned bm without fontein failed, probably because of the his dearth had leeii expected f.w weelts. j fiavin? found any trace of the ill-fated j lack of cavalry. ",' , tor many years Ca-..,n Xcstiiw was one Hriitsh column captured by the Redlers- A belated despatch savs thut bayonets of the nist active and successful clergy i bure commando. were be-inir inula f,,r ffe f,yrcvn Winn It is imp"sihle to estimate he Brll- under the late Gen. de Villebois--vl.ireuil. ish losses, hut as the men fotlarht stub- The Boers are boasitinir fiat the Co!e?herg b-rnly, it is probable that these weraiand rftormberg commandoes, numberlmr Victoria, B. C, April 9. Lieut. Scott. R. N., wa shit by a sentry gunner named lKfreina at Ksnuimault on Satin day morning. Scott failed to anwwer lligins' challenge and started to run away, thereupon Iliugins tired two shots, both taking efl'ect. No hopes of recovery art held out for the wounded man. INDIANS MrRBKRED. Crime ('omniltltd in the Indian (amp at Long Lake. Port Arthur, Out., April !). A leiter has been received by Indian Anent J. I'-. Hoil-der from Long Lake repc-i'tinfr the murder of twe) members of the, Indian bond at that place, one Chief Toweda and the other named Ma-kgejicupweykang, the chief's head being- tompleteily severed. Long Lake, where the tragedy occurred, is situated two days' journcv north of the C.P.R. track from Hern Bay. The Indians there are of Oiibway stock and the hand mimlers in all yis. The family of Chief Toweda alleges that the chief first killed Ms kegejieupweykan and then committed cuicide. The supposition at Jxmg like. however, is that Toweda's wife and daughter killed the chief, the o'der woman inducing the girl to wield the axe. She fled to the camp of Mrs. Toweda's brother. Notatikiro. THE C.A.A.O. REGATTA. fha in the dioese. At one time he was cur te at trhrist church. Since then he hld the posi'Mons of rector of I'embrnko, Richmond and Smith's Falls. In tire latter placp he had resided for nineteen vears. In 1S97 he was app dnted by the Bishop of Ottawa, one of the canons in Christ church cathedral. The funeral will be held on Wedne-nay at 1! a.m.. and the Bishop of Ottawa and many of the cifv clergy will be present. rNE.VRTHEO A SKELETON. While the men employed by Mr. Felix McCullough, contractor, were euaped in excavating next to Graham's l.very stable office on (juien street on Saturday Wiey unearthed the complete stketeton of a man. In taking it out, some of the bones were bn.ken. The workmen were at a krss to know whu! to do with the tones, and reported the iind to the police, but they could not take any action in the maitier. The remains nf the skeleton were liually placed la a bx and they will be decently Interred. The find was made almost direotly under the ri. e-walk. On previous occasions, when o -- carat Kins were made in that vlclnitv. hu man bones were found. The 1 .calttv a.t one time was a. burial ground. The work men lounn oesiue tne skeleton the handles of a supposed coffin which had long since decayed. A lone screw driver was also dug up. PTE. K. SMI 1 11 IS DEAD. Some confusion having arisen in con nection with tho casualties of B company of the flr.-H Canadian contingent. Col. I'ineault, deputy minister frf mUrtdj.. wir- el Col. Otter for particular and this morning received a cable stating that Corporal J .Smith, oi' H rymtnnw. lrfn- don. who was reported kilted, is only wounded, whereas Pie R Smith, of the same place, rep.-rte-d wounded, was Killed The twe. inmo s became mixed up in some manner i;i transmitting the cable. Both belonged to the 22nd Oxford battal ion and previously resided in Lomkm, ont. largs. THE BOER TACTICS. A GREAT LIFE SAT Eft. John Hanlan Reamed 0er 100 People I ram Drowning. John Hanlan. brother of the famous oarsman. Nei Hanlan. died here yester- Jhn Hanian was well-known day. throughout Canada and the Vnited 9ta t?3. He had a wide reputation as a lif-eaver he having saved over 100 pco me fp.m drowning. "Vv m. A. Cole rerrrf the snle nf a Imt on Wellington street. l,etween O'Connor and Hank streets, to Mr. K. r. Siater. i'he price Mud was in the vicinity ot New York. April S Mr. Isaac N. Ford. Ind-on corresiK.ndent of the Tribune, in h1 review of the day's news from South A.rlca at 1 o'clock this morning, says: ''Press accounts of the surrender of the British garrison at Reddersberg are s-trill r:eager and unsatisfactory. Gen. KoberU reports i-haf. the Boer force w;is 3.2C0 stiong, with fiv gnn, ami that the British garrisen included 5'd men, of wh.m 41 were either w-ounded or killed. 'VV-hile he British infantry were outnumbered, the l.sscs do not indicate desperate ftght-iic;. The force was withou'. a.-titlery. and was surrounded and mprseJ to in en:ii-aoing rire. It is clear tli&t the Bficrs are net in great force, but are bent upon troving rapidly from one exposed point to another and nwoophiT down upon d.-n-.u-icts detaclimen,ts. Their tactics are excellent, arid it is not easy for General Roberts to counteract them. The Boers i.v th-se raids can threat on the British conimunicatio'ns and harass greatly the Kiioeri.r force, yet always be able M retire to the eastern hills mid keep the door open for their retreatt northward to Penekal. This is their b"ft expedient for deferring Genei-a.1 Roberts' march north-v.'ai ii. 'The origina.1 plan of campaign on the Roer side, as explained !at October bv ?'-mp!M)hiers, InHinled the raiMi,, and described the district from Wepener to Ladylirand ami Semekal as niihlv favorable for their employment. The view hll in official circles is that General Roberts will mjt allow- the Boers to draw his forces away from the rulw.iy line towards ihe mountains, but will send the bulk ot h.s armv northward, with thu expectation that in this way he will compel the raiders to concentrate directly in front. ..wo, with ten cannon ami 75) waggons, nave gotten eafeiy through. A Boer account of the Bloemfontein waterworks affair, says: "Col. Bmatiwool evacuateii Thaba N'Chu owing to the advance of Commandant Olivier from the ANOTHER STEYN CAl'GHT. Bloemfontein. Saturday. April 7 Another of Mr. Steyn's brothers was captured near Karee Siding yesterday and arrived here today. RKPORT FROM DEWET. Cavalry Claimed he Defeated British Taking M t-nsoners. Prntoria. Friday. April 6 It is reported that Oen. Iiewet attacked and defeated a large force of British cavalry no-a,cnrn fmfhoat of Ftlnmfon- tein canturing 4W prisoners and a large Telegraphic and railroea ommunieitloiLs ouantitv of ammunition and camp stores w'tr' Bk"m;onei!i ere Kept up as tnuu and inflicted h.-avy loss. I tut nothing oerners thpragii f r public The federal loss it Is stated was two : consumption. L7rd Roberts' last mt-s.-age klllPd aid four wounded. All ,s quiet south. The federal troops found the Brit-is'i camp in peaceful slumber. G.-neral Dewet immccKately placed guns, end the commandoes in such po?tt1'ms as to surround the British, who did not havo time to recover from their surprise." The American scout IJurnhfim testifies to the terrific piee with which the IS cr commamloos cover the g-roun-d, and the ea.e with which they move their guns. The Boers are displaying increased ac-tiity In Natal, but tihere is no sign that General Btiller is moving. Mafckini? waa still b'ieged on April 1. 'i'he garrison was suffering severely from rack of br-ad. and a mixture of oats, bran and mea-iies doing duty for thait article, w-hi.-n is described as "coarse in substance, of the color of ginger bread, and of the consistency of Norwegian pine." BRABANT INVESTED. The amazing activity of the H-iers s:nuhen:-t and southwest of Bloemfontein continues, the Boer otanrmrmls (seemingly going and coming ihr.-ughout a wide region as they piease. b ir taking good care n.t to thrtw themff-jlves against strong bodies of the Briiis-h. The retirement of the Irish rifles; from Rouxville to Allwll leaves Gen. Brabant without communication with the British forces. He has 2.0-m or 3,'je.) cxloniali; hoiui-ig a fine defensive country but he is anpir-pntiy rnvewied so far a iondr-n k' o-s. arenas tli-ac i shall mention and at one or the other produce in my presence evidence to substantiate your statements and insinuations." Mr. Preston then goes on to ask Mr. Whitney to meet him before the commission whk'h the Ontario government iia-s appointed to inquire into the reiwrt upon tne alleged wrong-doing of deputy returning olhcen l:i connection wi;u the West Klgin electiem undertaking lo absolve him fro-m any legal resironsibiliiy in the event of his failing to substantia .e his statements. If Mr. Wi.iincy will not ruk an investigative oefoi-e an impariial tribunal under oath. Mr. Preston asks him to meet hiin ir,nn any public pi-atform in Ontario that he (Mr. Wtiitneyi may select and tlieie fonnulaie toe charges aad piodux.e his evidence in his t.tir. Pr-s-lou'si pre-ence. giving him an ojiportuu-Ity to repiy. lie too, Mr. PrcKtin says he will undertake to al-olve Mr. V.'hi;-ney from leyal responsibility in anytliins he may say. Mr. Pro-con ad-i that he respectfully desires thill Mr. Whitney shall lisvn a.s-sn iattxi with him on '.hid oc casion Til e. Crtxihers, g. C. of St. Thomas; J. K. l'ov, g. C, M. P. P.. Dr. Fym. M. V. !'.. and W. F. Maclean, M. I'., of Toroni-). "Then," 'he says, '-iet the puMir judge and r wiii chetrfullv. accept the verdict, woollier I am wormy of the con-f'.-ijnce of my fellow ( c-.intrvmen or not.' Mr. Preston adds that he expects to rrrlve In Caiwla bv the middle of April and will remain there for two or three weeks, awaiting acceptance of his challenge. . TO BE OPEN ONSUNDAYS Decision of French Government Regarding Exhibits of Other Countries. Executive Has Not Yet Chosen Place for It. Toronto, April 7. No dt.don was coin to this evening nt th incctintr of thr ev-ecntive of the Canadian . ocin Mori of Amateur Oarsmen, rtranifnfr ihe J.'e of holflinR- the retiaita (hrs y-rtr. behalf Vancouver and Ottawa fn-i1")-tiona wre spnt to tTi' n-socinMon hut ni settlement has yi heen m:d' . PASpKD away. An fiU rf.'ien of ',:p oiiirvn r! -t ri'ed 8 ft er a few Teon'Ji ' 1 ,' " !ie--.-- this morn'ns" in the p;voii (' Mr- .i:.ii" Coup'nlrsn. nT M"icin:iie-v!!. TV "1 SI ypnrs old and hiI Inrd f c jho HTHter pr.Tt of nr iil'-1 in iiy r ii if virinliy. She had bon an ;iri t worker in Sf. Mtv p::ri!i and V. r -V-mi---e w;U he .1 source of reifrct to a v ':' larsre circle of frier., !.s to v.'inni r-W- ha t endeai-ed Ivrsclf by h r kind!.' nia'ii"r and dUpvoition. Te ';i;;'t. v.hor madden n;ime hid ber-n .Lin- W ill ' i" Mnnney, wa born in ' ia Hvn y. Irchi'l. S'te -n nrried whfin unili' 'mi;'L' to Mie lit1 Ceo, UarUinet'. of T?ip r.'.rv. ihe nnJ her hui-btnd emiirr-: t-.'il lo C.m', whrt!'e n fier ; f-nv 'e;i rs he died. F' "lie VfiT-i p. ? i.r'.viiri!s she marricl a". in to tin I i' Janes CotK.hlan. fif Hinrnnbvrtr. F Mir e'i lren m-tii-u the of a !"'.i:!r rm- ther, viz.. lif. Ja? Pvers, Hit rt fin ri ; nn.l V.p. J.'. Courh'an. of N w-combc. N.Y.; Corr.Plius Couch'a", f rftx n;r":t;,ilie, oril Ieo. Coughlan, rnotor-mftn nn the sirert mllw.TV. The f;r:T..l will t ; : k p' "re on ,VIi-day at - p.m. Fa.lier C';'e will co lu'jct the servjr-e. PrirM. Arril 9 The French uthits3 hHve dwcUltl thirt a'l esMbit-x ai the x-p,.i:ioa are to be cp-nl ta the piKdic on ,,Ti,i-.wM Th exhibit- are urvdeT cver il. ontni l.v ti?i French iov- i aged mintfnt awid over whicr. uir autliOTiliM 9 t decora f sor. This m-'irnins nt 11 n'e1!'-': Mr. T!'n Mjj-rnire and 't'Ws Fi''i pT wrrfl unIt'l in r,iurr.:'e the S.-t.; v:i I ion a "my o'-ar-tern Ty V-vl?:'rir r porrri. .-'B-iJ"d by i v.tte a; -ii or.:y a ffw Pitimee fii'Til wer IireKcnr. ;ipd ?-i r--. Mi ri ; r-' uin r side t I'-'j Jit:-,? tr-!. T!:- hrira-''i''r lef ji 1 p.m. fjr Kmptv.Pe, Gr r-.r n-n'" and ICingrN-n. Fn'.n Pn h p-rnini-nn-erf htm. 'i-'-ey w:!' oOieia " FV Si) Mf wO'lnff in K:nirstori when Adjncr K-n-cal and Dr'-;!-;r ";ir, two pmmtnert wtrkr.-? in :h' r.rm;. , wld b- the con-tractinfr prirt;e. ol ratepayf:ti rMr. ins. A eorrei:p'jndrr.t sleiiin: him?"!' snarer." h wriite ihr- !fy c-wc sratinsr tnat certain er on X?a:k fctwi near Coopt-r and Ifo beiwen S.'.rore ard C-Kipr are 'n a dirrapfu1'oTi :in should b fenced in. also clam ;a sidewalk ra me v. t an. fJoper Strra .re beine d-ivn r-r nd !wn. Dad eLt! and d- - -r c!r! n- cT if' te-tis Up 111 have no conrrr.1. inr.rT3 p.rpomKix Vn iTr.rTiiK-au. who r-aw at tht ew- rr of p.ymo-id anl Beii sirew. E-' .-a t Urril i bi.ay t?:ed p.. lAin-bT-rsf yesterday. with tlie other commanioe. THE?E IRISH RIFLE? FAFF'. A'tiwal North. Sjturday. April 7 .The Royal Iri?h rifles which hare b"n fail-imt back from Rouxville, arrived here -ifok- ij-tr nlTif Tutu r&Ureoie&l. U uve-U by I y.b o.-ied April C and ihe last unofTiciil I r.;C.-?ape b-re date (Jf Ap:il 7. The la-r l unofhcKii m--a.ij1 nor-s that tlie s;-od !p,iit ai Bloernf "nr-i. wre c 'iitinuin? land te!J of the arrivnl ftf animal and two Irfh avairv regiment?. Ltrd Rob-: erts now has 15. 01) mounted rneri aiti-j gher. ia tno urtLga iree sHate the Situatton oenpteinei to tn poa-' :wt teij rays wa3 nvrceo.led in efTr by Frr:k Forlr b10ii'-:ing to n-r nvre aer: mnw. r.p., who HJ. pert ill Hnric. -i !r:'UT"r,: vrf. r, has ! Mt-d thrt . i :if!'e-r. uner e..;. o'l has ben sto.en fr m .i..' !.. -:- re- nrn-,- BAKO.V 1N RICMI rSAJJ. London, April U. Barton ! nchi'p'i-i itl-wnrd Donr.urh O'LSen; U dcaJ. He vas to maVe r r.ti iiif: v, i:aii.i.i. f,;ror. mrri h"r y r tr-.'M- iX itvf.

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