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THE   COAST    MINER,    1 HURSrfAY,;    l^vIffHER
The
Leading. Grocers.
Awarded 1st Prize tor Die past Six yours.
We "will bo glad tosupidyyourretmii'e-
nicuts iu the following lines:
Crciceries   Provisions
Mruit       Vegetables
' Tinware    Graniteware
Stoneware   Crockery-
Flour and Feed, Etc.
COR.  GRAivYH.I.r: & DRAKE STS,
VANCOUVER, B.C.
■A ehiel's aiming ye takiu' notes
An', faith, he'll prontit,."—Burns.
J.J. Palmer
last week in tht
was at  Marble  Bay
: interest of his mine.
Walter I'lanta
tlie Klond ike,
has returned from
The local, saying you can save 5
per cent, by sending to Ford's groc
cry, should have rend, you can save
from 15 tn 20 per cent, Write tc
him for prices and see.
J. Schroeder left on the 24th for
Vancouver where lie will enter the
employ of J. J, Palmer of the Tor-
onto Type Foundry.
OP e, C, LD.
City Wharf, VANCOUVER.
REWARD FOR BRAVERY.
John Campbell received a tned tl
last Friday. It is made of silver
and bears the stamp of the queen's
head to-gether withaflag and wreath
of maple leaves. It is hung by a
ribbon of red and white stripes, and
is a reward for bravery in the Fenian Raid of 1866. Though long in
coming it is welcome as a-beautiful
souvenir of that stirring went.
JUST A
'^T '
LITTI.K
TIOUS
KAMIU'N'v
reffdents
For Sechelf, Toxnda, Lund, Coi'tra Island, Road Island,  Port Neville
and way ports,
;EVERY TUESDAY AT 9 A.M.
BY S. S. COM OX
Order your next suit from Dan
,Stewart Vaticouver'sLeadingTailor
1 Fit and workmanship guaranteed.
j 130 Cordova, opposite Savoy Hotel.
Mr. Jesscp returned to Van Anda
last week.   The Cobbledick dredge
at Lytton, has ceased operations, and :
he is   therefore   taking a holiday,
Mrs. Jessop has gone to  Kentucky!
to visit friends and relatives. ;
^^^^ 'exada'sl
very near being brought Up on aser-
ious charge last week. They wire
iu a hilarious mood and under the
impression that the Marble Hay barroom was closed too early they burst
in the door. After an explanation,
however, of what their intentions
were they were merely charged with
drunk and disorderly conduct aud
fined $2.50 and costs.
ALL  ARE   AMGELS.
00 Air. Dunsmuii and tlie Provincial
Government seem to think.
ForGibson's, Sorholt, Texada, Shoal Bay
Hastings Mill Camps and way ports.
EVERY FRIDAY AT 9 A. M.
BY S. S. COMOX.
And leaving Texada every Thursday and
Sunday at 7 a. in. for  Vancouver and
way ports.
For Port Neville, Alert Bay, Rivers Inlet,
nnd wny ports, for cargo aud
passengers;
EVERY WED SUAV AT 9 A. M,
BY S. S. COQUITLAM.
SKAGWAY
In reference tt Ihe custody of two
men last week we would draw attention to the high c< 11: li Pent shown
by Mr. Dunsmuir and thn I roviucial
Governme. to Texada Island. In
nearly eveiy section of the province,
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the  expense  ol   going   to    , ,        r .
I alone, the government finds it  necessary to fear that all are not angels
aud erect a jail   and   supply   i
I merits for   looking   after   cul]
j But not so   with   Texada    Island.
They   seem to have implicit   confidence in our hih ibitauts., They allow uot even the breath of suspicion
to flit through their brain., in regard
to behavior ou tne island.    All Tex-
adans and all who come to  Texada
. are above suspicion!    We ask them
According to Charlie for u jail for fear  some  one  might
If you want a iirst-elass tailor-
made suit, before Xmas holidays,
without
Vancouver tc get filled, drop a post'
al card lo W. McLeod, Van Anda
He will call on you, take your meas
ure and make a suit that fits.
Charles B, Rabson has returned
lo Van Audi from Atlin, where he
has been prospecting during the
summer. He has a number of nuggets with him   from   his  claims  in
*o   steamers,   wi-Uly,
tous a month.
ing, largo storage accommodation on tho
wharf.   Telephone 94.
H. DARLING, Manager.
Less Fume!   ;
MAKfl'ACTURED  BY*
The Giant Po
(CONS)
V AN AN DA C. &
VAN ANDA,   TEXADA ISLAND,  B. C
)l
Pes
Ship Chandlery
8-10 Water St.
G.
its inconveniences. And when an
islander .shatters our faith in this
local mi'ileiiium and we find ourselves without a place to put tin. culprit
or a handcuff witli which tomotraele
him, we almost wish our rep: tentative in the local house couldiuispect
us just a little.
FOR THIRTEEN   MILLIONS
Thomas   E.   Walsh Sells Out His
Camp   Bird   Mine at
Ouray,    Col.
Denver, Col., Sept. 17. -It was
announced to-day that Thomas E.
Walsh would receive J1.;,000,000
for his Camp Bird mine at Ouray,
Colorada, from a syndicate of English and American investors, headed
by Alfred Belt, the South African
diamond king, and J. i'ierrepont
Morgan, It is said a drat covering
the first payment is now ou deposit
at the First National Bulk, John
Hayes Hammond, the mining
engineer, arrived at Oiu.iv to-day to
make a final exarainati >u of tlie
mine on behalf of the syn licate.
There are Copper claims which
can be obtained to work ou percent-
age-of-production agreement without any cash payment. The only
money required being for the purchase of tools iiecesst-ry in working.
And yet experienced miners work for
mere wages. For particulars write
to J. P. Lawson.
Vancouver, b. c.
y
ii1
I
«
11 ni
brewing
IdMlTKH    LIABILITY
-   -OUR-   -
Export Lager Beep
A LARGE NUGGET.
Tlie   Consolidated   Cariboo Hydraulic Mining  Company,   Ltd., of
Bullion,   Cariboo    district, 11. C,
completed the cleanup for the second
run on the  October 1st   and  have
shipped the   result   thereof in one
large ingot of solid gold,   weighing
9,040 troy ounces (753lbs 4 ounces)
valued   at   $154,765.00.    This, we
are informed, is the product of a run
of 68 days washing with 2756miners
inches of water, and is probably the
largest ingot of gold    ever   shipped
east across the continent from an hydraulic mine.
Is tlie Best in the l'r
first-class   hotel    in
British Columbia.
Telephone    429.
POST OFFICE,
wince,    Sold in every
all   mining   towns  in
VANCOUVER, B. C.
MOUNT PLEASANT
CHURCH SERVICES
Presbyterian service is held in the
church each Sunday at 11 a. in. and
7:30 p. m.; SundaySchool at 2.30
p. m.; Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at S o'clock. Choir
practice Saturday evening. Rev.
McAllister is pastor.
Methodist Service is held in the
School House, foot of Copper Queen
St , every Sunday at 7,30 P. M
Pr'ayermeeting Tuesday at 7.30 p.
in. Rev. W. C. Schlichter pastor.
Everybody welcome.
Home Grown
Frnii and Ornamental Trees, Roses,
Sarahs,  Vinos,   Bulbs,  Hodge  Plants;
For Fall Planting1.
80,000 to ohoose from.   NO   AGENTS
nor oonunission to pay.
Orders dug in one dtiy ; you got it tho
next. No iiiiuigutiiif,' nor inspection
charges.
Greenhouse plants, seeds, agricultural
Implements, eto. Largest end most
complete stock In the province. Send
for catalogue or call and moke yourselec.
rionshofore placing your order.   Addrcis
M. J.   HENRY,
White l.aiior Only.   Vancouver, ti. O.
smamiWBi
that district.
all you have to do up there is  pick  come'who might not be as  gouli ,
up a hand full of earth aud sort out   we ^ but we df) UQt  get k e,.
capacity 1,201,;Uk-meggets.    Charlie, however,   is for that<    We do   uot_ eveu   ^   .
  kubwiflto have an  extremely vivid palrQf Kandentk    Kammuer wet
,    ,     . ,,. lt     |imaginalion, and probably told   At-  to be COCjmitted on the  isbnd   and
Tugs and scows for towmg nnd lighter- Unites the same of Texada     Wc are
, unites me same 01 lexacm.    v\ v. are we were t0 tu tlic ma))>i. nan(1, v.ll].
glad to see that he is looking as jov-  bits of rope andstring and send him
ml and poetical as ever. t0 somewUere wbere lhere u a jail
• ;o:  I and handcuffs we doubt il the auth
orities would allow him to be incarcerate 1 because he was brought from
Texada Is.aud. Or if imprisoned
he wi i.ld only have to prove he was
elsh went 1'ving on Texada Island  to  assure
FREE   MILLING GOLD,
THEY
WENT     AND
MARRIED.
GOT
innocence.
There are free-milling gold claims
on Texada Island which can be obtained on terms that require merely
the purchase of small stamp-mill  to ! t0 \
married ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
McLaren, pastor of St Andrews in the inhabitants of our
church certainly complimentary,
Sam Martin and Mrs. \\i„ 	
„^_^^__^_^^_^__^^^^_   uicouvcr about the  first of the them of ^^^^^^^^^^
-obtain a large share in the   claims.'month and were  m«"rrl«ri  hv   Rev   them place such implicit confidence
P. Law-
For particulars write to J.
:son, Van Anda.
by  Rev.
Andrews
SE2zrme:±K'*EMBEEeBS£3:
Beal   Estate
_A_isrx)^L
BE   .A-INX)   G-OLD
era and Smelter
■    a  -    a" *-*-~\
res
WORKS
H. W. TREAT
President, Treasurer and Manager.
!>la«rS'3»i»S»SSi9KBSlas»^
!>S«3S
4-
^urance
The Only Smelter on the British Columbia Coast
The Mining Centre of Western North Ameriea
Opportunities  for WJrkmen of all Classes
\
*
*
5«l
Hou8es rented as fast as they can db built, at 50 per cent par annum on the investment -Unexcelled Icilities for ffiannfaetares-j
Business Centres-The Natural Advantages for a Great City are |surpassedr-lndigestipj
Abundant Opportunity for Satisfactory jl.ooting and Salj^
Remarkable Health Resort
fnsport.tio?i-Regular Steamer Connection with all prominent
tiknow&at Van Anda
wtBrnsmB^scrmammamtk-v. isM
A
LOTS   $75*00  EA
TERMS,   $10
Earliest  Applicants,  Have, the   Greatest   Opportunities	
The]
FGK.   .FULL   PARTICULARS   ADDRESS:
Correspondence will receive
prompt attention. 'S
THE   COAST    MINERi    rHrJfiSmY,!    NOVEM"ro
Telephone :• I
=*vf
I LOCAL
■A duel's aniaujr ye takiu' notes
An', faith, he'll eront-it."—Burns.
Leading. Grocers.
Awarded 1st Prize for the past Six yean
•    We will be glad to supply your requirements in the following lines:
Crdceries   Provisions
Hruit       Vegetables
f Tinware    Graniteware
Stoneware    Crockery
Flour and Feed, Etc.
COR. GRANVILLB & DRAKE STS.
r-ANCOUVER, B.C.
J. J . Palmer was at  Marble   Bay
lasl week iu th? interest of his mine.
VYalter I'lanta has returned from
the rllond ike.
The local, saying you can save 5
per cent, by sending to Ford's groc
erv, should have read, you can save
from 15 to 20 per cent, Write to
him for prices and see.
J. Schroeder left on the 24th for
Vancouver where he will enter the
employ of J. J. Palmer of the Toronto Type Foundry.
mm  STEAMSHIP CO.,
OF B. C, LB.
City Wharf, VANCOUVER.
Order your next suit from Dan
Stewart Vancouver's Leading Tailor
Fit and workmanship guaranteed.
130 Cordova, opposite Savoy Hotel.
REWARD FOR BRAVERY.
John Campbell received a medal
last Friday. It is made of silver
and bears the stamp of the queen's
head to-gether w ith aflag aud wreath
of maple leaves. It is hung by a
ribbon of red and white stripes, and
is a reward for bravery in the Fenian Raid of 1866. Though long in
coming it is welcome as a 'beautiful
souvenir of that stirring event.
JUST A   LITTLK   RAMBUTSK
TIOUS.
Less Fumes*
MAXli'ACTURKD  BY
'■■'I -
exada's residents came
very near being brought up on aser-
ious charge last week, They were
in a hilarious mood and under the
impression that the Marble Hay barroom was closed too early they burst
in the door. Alter an explanation,
however, of what their intentions
were they were merely charged with
drunk and disorderly conduct and
lined $2.50 aud costs.
For Seehelt, Texada, Lund, Cortez Island, Read Island, Port Neville
and way pnrts,
• EVERY TUESDAY AT 9
BY S. S. COMOX
A.M.
ForGibson's, Sechelt, Texada, Shoal Bay
Hastings Mill damps and way ports.
EVERY FRIDAY AT 9 A. M.
BY S. S. COMOX.
Mr. Jesscp returned to Van Anda
last week. The Cobblcdick dredge
al Lytton, has ceased operations, aud
he is therefore taking a holiday.
Mrs. Jessop has gone to Kentucky
to visit friends and relatives.
ALL  ARK  AMGELS.
So Mr. Dunstnuirand tlie Provincial
Government seem to think.
:o:-
If vnu  want  a  first-class  tailor-
made suit,   before   Xmas  holidays,
without  the  expense  of going  to
Vancouver tc get fitted, drop a postal card to W. McLeod, Van   Audit.
He will call on you, take your meas-
And leaving Toxnda every Thursday nnd ure and make a suit that fits
Sunday at 7 a. in. for Vancouver nnd
way ports.
For Port Neville, Alert Buy, Rivers Inlet,
nnd way ports, for cargo and
passengers.
EVERY WED'SDAY AT 9 A. M,
BY S. S. COQUITLAM.
SKAGWAY
|?o steamers,
tons
weekly,
it mouth.
Tugs nnd scows for towing and lightering, largo btorage nccoasiiiodation on tho
■wharf.   Telephone 94.
H. DARLING, Manager.
Charles B, Rabson has returned
to Van Anda from Atlin, where he
has been prospecting during the
summer. He has a number of nuggets with him from his claims in
that district
all you have to do up there is pick
up a hand full of earth aud sort out
capacity 1200\ tbe nuggets. Charlie, however, is
knowinto have an extremely vivid
imagination, and probably told   At
tn reference to the custody ol two
men last week we v ould draw attention to the high ct in li neut shown
by Mr. Dunsmuir and the Provincial
Government to Texadh Island. In
nearly every section of the province,
with halfthe population of Van Anda
alone, tbe government finds it necessary to fear that all aro not angel
and erect a jail and supply ■
ments for looking aftei 1 11 ,
But not so with Texada Island.
They seem to have implicit con) -
deuce in our inhabitants. They allow not even the breath of suspicion
to flit through their brains in regard
In behavior on the island. All Tex-
adans and all who come to Texada
tire above suspicion! We ask them
According to Charlie for a jail for fear  some  one  might
come who might not be as  good as
we are, but we do not  get it ei e 1
(or tbat.    We do  not  even   jjet
paipof handcuffs.    If a murder were
to be committed on the lslon,'.   and
The Giant Po
(CONS)
VAN ANDA C.
51
WEI
Ship Chandlery
8-11) Water St.
& G.
VANCOUVER, B.C.
VAN ANDA,   TEXADA ISLAND,  B. C.
.ts inconveniences. And wli.-u an There are Copper claims which
islander shatters our faith in this can be obtained to work on percent
local mi'denium and wefindjnurselv
es without a place to put tin. culprit
or a handcuff with which tomouflcle
him, we almost wish our representative in the local house could/Suspect
us just a little.
FOR THIRTEEN  MIL1 IONS
Thomas   E.    Walsh Sells ' Hit His
Camp   Bird   Mine at
Ouray,   Col.
Denver, Col., Sept. 17. -It was
announced to-day that Tlwraas E.
Walsh would receive $13,000,000
for his Camp Bird mine at Ouray,
Colorada, from a syndicate of English aud American invest' is, headed
by Alfred Belt, the South African
diamond king, and J. I'ierrepont
Morgan, It is said a draft covering
the fust payment is now 011 deposit
at the First National Bank, John
i laves Hammond, the mining
engineer, arrived at Olira\ to-day lo
make a final exarainali 11 of the
mine on behalf of the syndicate,
age-of-production agreement without any cash payment. The only
money required being for the purchase of tools necessi-ry in working.
And yet experienced miners work for
mere wages. For particulars write
to j. P. Law-son.
taring I
LIMIT Kn   LIABILITY
-   -OUR-   -
Export Lager Beer
Is the Best in the Province. Sold in every
first-class hotel in all mining towns in
British Columbia.
A LARGE  NUGGET.
The Consolidated Cariboo Hydraulic Mining Company, Ltd., of
Bullion, Cariboo district, B. C,
completed the cleanup for the second
run on the October 1st and have
shipped Ihe result thereof in one
large ingot of solid gold, weighing
9,040 troy ounces (753^8 4 ounces)
valued at $154,765.00. This, we
arc informed, is the product of a run
of 68 days washing with2756miners
inches of water, and is probably the
largest ingot of gold ever shipped
east across the continent from an hydraulic mine.
Telephone
429.
POST OFFICE,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
MOUNT PLEASANT
CHURCH SERVICES
Presbyterian service is held in the
church each Sunday at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m.J SundaySehool at 2.30
p. tu.; Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Choir
practice Saturday evening. Rev.
McAllister is pastor.
Methodist Service is held in the
School House, foot of Copper Queen
St , every Sunday at 730 P. M
Pr'ayermecling Tuesday at 7.311 p.
111. Rev. W. C. Schlichter pastor.
Everybody welcome.
Home Grown
Frail and Ornamental Trees, Roses,
Shrubs,  Vines,   Bulbs,  Hedge   Plants.;
For Fall Planting1.
80,0110 to choOBO from.   NO   AGENTS
nor commission to pny.
Orders dug in one day ; yon got it the
next.   No    I'tnnignting   nor   inspection
charges.
Greenhouse plants, seeds, agricultural
implements, etc. Largest and most
complete stock in the province. Scud
for catalogue or call and make your seleo.
tions before placing your order. Address
M. J.  HENRY,
While Labor Only.   Vancouver,  R. O.
~\T.AJr>r     .A-ISTD-A.
imaiB&Bm
FREE   MILLING  GOLD,
Unites the same of Texada. Wv! are we were l0 ,;e tne man's hands with
glad to see that he is looking asjov- ))ils 0r ro])e andstring and send him
ial and poetical as ever. [to somewhere where there is a jail
. :o:  j and handcuffs we doubt if the auth-
orities would allow him to be incai -
THEY     WENT     AND     GOT
MARRIED.
There are free-milling gold claims
on Texacia Island which can be obtained on terms that require merely
the purchase of small stamp-mill  to
.obtain a large share in the   claims. ' month and were  married
For particulars write to J. P. Law- | McLaren, pastor of   St
Sam Martin and Mrs. Welsh went
to Vancouver about the  first of the
by   Rev.
Andrews
son, Van Anda. I church.
cerated because he was brought from
Texada Island. Or if imprisoned
he would only have to prove he was
living on Texada Island to assure
them of hi.-, innocence. To have
them place such implicit confidence
in the inhabitants of our island is
certainly complimentary.    But it has
3e»J*»K*a8iaSB*2««aKWU
AJSTID   G-OLD
ers and Smelters
OF
Copper and G
res
SMELTING   AND   SAMPLING   WORKS
THOS. KIDDIE,       H.W. TREAT,
President, Treasurer and Manager.
Insurance
&zimamjamRmt^7&&&%2s&i£m&v?^BR^ :t
The Only Smelter on the British Columbia Coast'
The Mining Centre of Western North Ameriea
Opportunities  for Workmen of all Classes
\
ieewi in 1 'in mi 1 1 itt'ih 1 1111 ' ~-^.m^T-
Houses rented as fast as they can lie built, at 50 pep cent pur annum on the Investment—Unexcelled Icilities for Manufactures-;
Business Centres-The Natural Advantages for a Great City are prpassed.--Indigestij
Abuniraiit Opportunity for Satisfactory looting and MA
■MIIMIH III I.Ill II ITITT rTiHTlril'T I'i
LOTS   $75,00  EAT*
TERMS,   $10
Earliest  Applicant;;  Havo, the   Greatest   Opportunities-
FOR   FULL   PARTICULARS   ADDRESS:        T^Tl D      1
Correspondence will receive X ll\J    \
prompt attention.
Remarkable Health Resort
importation: Regular Steamer Connection with all prominent
nknow&at Van Anda

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