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inot, C. M. G., ney - General of
LL.D., Hon. Nova Scotia),
Sec.
of the

John Reade,
Royal Society Louis Frechette
of Canada, Ot (Poet-Laureate of
tawa; Dr. Geo. Canada), Chan-
Stewart, editor cellor Boyd, Mar-
of The Chroni tin J. Griffin, Ot-
cle, Quebec ; tawa ; Dr. G.
Dr. W. H. Dawson, Ottawa;
Drummond, Speaker). D. Ed-
Montreal ; and gar; Hugh Gra-

Hon. G. W. ham, Montreal ; JOHN FERGUSON, Allan, Princi Archbishop O' THOMAS MULVEY, Vice-President. pal Parkin, Pre Brien, President Secretary.

sident Loudon Royal Society. (University of Toronto), , Professor Seventy-one persons sat down Mavor, Mr. B. E. Walker (Bank of to the tables; the speaking comCommerce), Alexander Muir (author of menced at nine-thirty, and it was an "The Maple Leaf,'') 0. A. Howland, hour past midnight when the last M.P.P.; Lieut.-Col. G. T.

speaker concluded. Denison, E. E. Sheppard,

The toast list as actualJ. S. Willison (editor of

ly carried out was as folThe Globe), W. J. Douglas

lows : (Mail and Empire), and

The QueenProposed by Alex. Fraser, Toronto ; G.

the Chairman. Frank Rossire, New York.

The Dominion - Proposed Theguests who accepted in

by the Chairman. Revitations, but were unavoid

sponded to by Lieut.ably absent, were : Chief

Col. G. T. Denison. Justice Sir W. R. Mere

Our Educational Institudith, W. F. Maclean, M.P.,

tions – Proposed by Honourable G, W. Ross; JOHN A. COOPER,

Mr. Barlow CumberHonourable A. F. E. Evan

Editor,

land. Responded to turel, Rer. Dr. Teefy and

by President Loudon. C. W. Taylor. Letters of regret were Canadian Art-Proposed by Profesread from His Excellency, the Gover sor Mavor. Responded to by nor-General, the members of the Do Hon. G. W. Allan and Mr. B. minion Cabinet, the members of the E. Walker.

Ontario Cabinet, Our Poets-Proposed by Mr. John A.
Lieut.- Governor Cooper (editor). Responded to by
Mackintosh, Dr. Drum-
Hon. R. R. Do mond. Mr.
bell, Sir James A. H. U. Col-
M. Lemoine, quhoun read
Principal Grant,

poems sent
Charles G. D. by Archibald
Roberts, Duncan

La m p man
Campbell Scott, and Charles
Archibald Lamp G. D. Rob-
man, Frederick erts.
George Scott, Our Prose IVri-

Professor Clark, ters Pro-
J. G. BOURINOT, C.M.G, Hon. J. W.

posed by J. Longley (Attor G. Bourinot,

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Willison, O. to a dinner."
A. Howland, The Toron-
M.P.P.

to Mail and
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Empire : “A
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charge of this

congenial
DR. WYLIE,
successful affair company as-

BARLOW CUMBERLAND,
Director.

was composed of sembled last l'ice-Chairman of the following night at

Banquet. gentlemen : Barlow Cumberland, chair Webb's to man; Thomas Mulvey, secretary ; 'The Canadian Magazine' Banquet. Thomas H. Best, Adam Ballantyne and Literature, art, and science, politics and John. A. Cooper.

the professions, were represented, and Some of the newspaper comment was a more pleasant function it would be as follows :

difficult to devise. The Directors were The Toronto World: “The first generous with their invitations, and a annual Banquet of The Canadian Ma large number of covers were laid. The gazine' at the Harry Webb Co's rooms dinner and service were admirable, Wednesday was attended by a large and a toast list, apt and excellent, folnumber of the shareholders of the lowed. In the unavoidable absence of Company and their friends. The event his Honour, J. C. Patterson, Lieutenwas conceived as a celebration of the ant-Governor of Manitoba, the president success which has marked the efforts of The Canadian Magazine,' Hon. of The Canadian

Thomas BallanMagazine' to fos

tyne, the first viceter and promote

president, art and literature

pied the chair, and in Canada, and the

in the vice-chairs result most

were Mr. Barlow gratifying to the

Cumberland, M. committee who

A., Chairman of carried the affair to

the Banquet Coma successful issue.

mittee, and Mr. The dinner

John A. Cooper, was a success.'

the Magazine's enThe Montreal

ergetic editor." Star : “For the

The Toronto publisher to dine

Globe : “It was a his authors is

well-planned and good old custom

happily carried out which was revived

evening's pleasure last night by the

that the gentlemen publishers of “The

connected with Canadian Maga

The Canadian zine' of Toronto.

Magazine,' either There was a time

writers, pubwhen dinner ONTARIO PUBLISHING CO. (LO)

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provided last evening for a distin son properly pointed out that the naguished company at Webb’s, on the tional spirit in the Dominion had been occasion of the first annual dinner vastly.strengthened in recent years. A of the friends of the Magazine. The patriotic and an enlightened literature, gathering was representative of the it was urged by many who followed, is educational, literary and artistic circles the most potent influence in promoting of the city; and from distant points this true patriotism. Education, art, came gentlemen like the erudite Dr. poetry and prose were all spoken to by Bourinot, Clerk of the Commons ; Dr. gentlemen who are eminent in these Stewart of The Quebec Chronicle, and sub-departments of intellectual work. Dr. Drummond of Montreal. The The part played by The Canadian speeches were all intensely Canadian Magazine' in the furtherance of literain tone, and gave evidence of the rising ture in Canada was warmly praised by tide of national sentiment. Col. Deni- the speakers.”

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} Vice-Presidente.

Hon. J. C. L'ATTERSON, Lieut.-Gov. of Manitoba,

Prəsident
Hon. Tuos. BALLANTYNE,
John FERGUSON, M.A., M.D., Ph. D.
Thos MULVEY,

Thos. WYLIE, M.I),, Ex. M.P.P.,
T. H. BEST

JOHN A. COOPER,
E. STEWART, D.L.S.,

L. BENTLEY, M.D.

J. A. COOPER, Editor.

T. H. BEST, Business Manager.

AGENCIES:

MONTREAL,
NEW YORK,
LONDON, ENG.,

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G. FRANK ROSSIRE.
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