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Array HE GOLDE
T
ERA.
VOL. V.   NO. 4a
GOLDEN B.C., SATURDAY, MAY MO. 1S86.
92 Per Year
[ NEW:
Pats,  Caps,   Clothing,
Boots & Shoes,
.Going; Cheap !   .
1    ���      .   Doiyt Miss Them !
I
ee Bargain Counter for One Week, commencing' on Monday 13th inst.
1    Mattraises, Spring & Lwon Beds.
br-IAS.   A. WARREN.
H U D S 0 N' S !The Mm Flirni,ure c��
' (Limited)
BAY CO.
Watch, Clock & Jevvlery
Repairing
in the best style of the trade with the
least possible delay. Mail and Express
orders receive prompt attention.
JOIIX   STcMII.IiAiy,
Watchmaker  nntl   Jeweller.
Oolden, B.C.
(INCIIIU'lll'ATJ'I) 11170.)
"A Drop
"In the Bucket"
doesn't amount to much,
but a drop in prices
amounts to a whole lot
to most people. That's
what has happened in
the Grocery Department
of the Hi"- Store on Stephen Avenue, Calgary.
There's no reason why
you shouldn't get the
benefit so drop us a card
and g'et more valuable
information on the subject.
(Limited)
Will mail, free of charge, one of their
Illustrated Catalosiiec and Price
Lists to any person sending them
their address.
Co.,
The   Neilson    Furniture
Calgary, Alberta.
Oil! I'll WN.
Golden, on the main Hue of lho Canndbln
Pacific Railway, at its connection .villi the
steamboat navigation of the Columbia rlvur;
iho mineral nntl commercial I'onlreofEiifi'ci'n
liritisli Columbia : headquarters of tlu Golden Smelting works, tin. Upper Columbia
Navigation Co,, t.ml lumber industry; the
outlet for the widely known ami fnr
t'aiiit'il agricultural ami griming bind of the
Columbia A Kootoniiy Valleys t itnrlviiliotl
for scenery of idhkinds i rim distributing
point for the richest mineral country uu the
continent.
H. G.
PARSON,
THE BIG STORE.
Spring Stock
Complete with all the Latest Fashions
and Novelties of the Season, viz.:���
HUD-OX'S GAY STORES,
CALGARY,   ALTA.
GILMOUR'S
Rheumatic Wafers
GUARANTEED TO CORE
Rhoumatisn,
Neuralgia,
Sciatica,
Inflamation of
Lung-.Lagrippa and all Fevers
J.  G.  TIIMI'LETOX'S
Calgary
LOCAL JOTTINGS.
The   Archiloacon   will preach in St.
Paul's Church to-morrow evening.
Gun Club lacked nothing in showing
hospitality, but wo did so badly that
ivo cannot appreciate it to such a degree of intensity us we did tlie sports
lit which we "out ii better figure "
'NIC OilII I l.lll.
Some of its members on the first
team hud better quit nud "play marbles" as our boarded fiiond would say.
Any team Unit cannot break more than
L'f> p,o. must be "it bird" to tho onlookers. How can wo account for sucli
bad shooting? The average of the
lowest man on tlie team wus 40 p c. or
so. On Thursday evening when practicing the whole members of the team
broke (ill p.c. as the following score
will show ;
Dr. Taylor   12 out of IC,
0. 11. McDermot 11.
"The host boat in Canada" has recently arrived in town- owing to nn
extra cont ot paint. It's well connected they any���even with Noah's Ark.
A ladies gun club is in vogue. This
would be vary very nioo.riud we should
stand a chance of yet beating our 1st
team's score at Donald on the 25th,
11,
11.
10.
10.
|l.
that   our captain can
he only broke 25 p.c. at
Blouse Silks
Dress Muslins
Ducks
Costume Cloths
'avy, Black &
blored Heps
erg-es
'wills
rints
Table Damask Napkins
Art Muslins
T.ace Curtains
Poles, Brackets
Ring's and Pins
Dress Gixids Crapes
Heneriettas Cloths
Paramattas Cashmeres
Baratheas Creepons
Ginghams
Regattas
Flannelettes
Towels
[ Towelling-3 I	
A Large Assortment of
Trimmings      Veilings        Parasols
Laces Lisle Silk &   Umbrellas
Ribbons Kid Gloves   Rain Coats
A Large Range of
adies Underwear I	
Mens and Boys Suits
All Shapes, Sizes and Prices
Felt Hats from SOcts.      TJnder Shirts 50cta
White Dress Shirts iiOcts.
py Regattas with 2 Collars and Cuffs for fillets.
Boots and Shoes a large range.
jrocery Department
Stocked With New & Fresh Groceries.
NE
Give Our Time and Attention to Business.
Try to Study the Wants of Our Customers.
Sell For Cash -Prices Away Down.
The operator has been operating a
bicycle this week, much to the injury
of tho sidewalks, no doubt thinking il
necessary to "relay" tin ia. The work
was supervise i by ih' gent who was
no bettor than the opi rati r.
Mr. Noil Burton wns very funny,
wasn't bey ami inebriated man even,
gave consolation better even than
Napoleon Bonepnrte got from Bill
.Adams
Mr. Warren lias some attractions
now in the form of musical clocks, he
is musical himself you kuow, and
since Im lias removed his stove he has
some stove polish for sal>, nnd if vou
will look at his ad. you will see lots
mere.
P. Leake
A. Taylor
W. McNeish
.1. Lnke
II. Semple
1'his shows
shoot though
Donald. Now when the club is shooting under the American rules as tbey
do when not at home, I think they
should tako advantage of the benefits
nllowod by them. There is no .doubt
to any ono who hns practiced it that
whon the bird is known, putting the
gun to the shoulder before giving the
"puss word" is an ndvantnge. Then
why not make use of this? Then
again our ammunition as a rule is not
good enough, most of the n.omber of
other clubs loud their own cartridges
fresh with tlie bo-rt smokeless powder.
Vou cannot bo sure of good shooting
unless you do. Could not the committee of the club meet about, this
.jitostion, viz.: whether the American
rules shall be hereafter used.
I forgot to mention that Peter Sebastian hus found some tin. I thought
perhaps it was in the form of a pocket
book, but they say he has now founu
the "pnre i-uill." Ho should get
Direct all rail route to I "magnum   bonum" from the Govern-
m;)ntrEj\l 'ment
TORONTO
NEW YORK
and all Eastern Points,
Or via
LAKE ROUTE FROM
FORT WILLIAM.
Steamers sail every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.
Passengers for Old Country go direct
from train to Ocean steamer,  Baggage
checked on board.
TO THE
Kootenay
Mining
Country
WITHOUT CHANGE IX TWO DAYS
Scenic Koute to the Pacific Coast
__ 'J'0 __B|_^___|
CHINA&JAPAN from Vancouver \ --"-' *���-"* ���"���i0',l�� ."���"���*"-'"�� ��" to\ "�����"
up there, but it s only right thut hc
should go und thank them for past
kindnesses. Tin's is tiie first visit he
litis made up there ill many years I
believe. Why is ho making it now?
so quietly too, there must be some*
tning in the wind. Huve a care up
tliere.
There was scon on Monday night at
Field, ou tlie post office, the following j
notice: "Good Greener guns uinl
plenty of ammunition for sale, cheap.
Apply, The Sick Boys Homo, Field,
B.C " I wanted u Greener gun so I
applied, lizt thoy must have boon
"sold" beforo.
Mr.   Mara   lias   gone up tlie river,
what for I   cannot suy. ���.hough 1 hear
Empress of China May 11.
Empress of Iydia dune 1.
TO
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,
NEW ZEALAND,
& AUSTRALIA
Warrlmoo Mav .'10.
Miowora June .'10.
Apply   for  descriptive   pamphlets
guide books, etc., to
KOBT. KERR,
Traffic Manager,
Or to Winnipeg.
C. E. WI'I.LS.
Agent. fs.il.lcii.
To "Prince" Mara.
Jam veto etiano sucuris ad radicem
arborum positu es*. Omnis igitur
arbor non fcrens fiiictuni bonum exci-
ditur. (.And now also is the nxe laid
at the foot of the tree, etc.) John
Andrew Mara tlie axe is laid, and to
the electors of the Tale-Cariboo Division you have brought forth no fruit,
therefore what do you expect to bo
your doom. And again you have been
trying to servo two masters, you have
been trying to servo John Andrew
Mura and your electors, whose interests arc far from being identical. Yon
have been trying to make u "prince"
of the one nnd slaves of tlie other, and
therefore we tlio electors despise you.
You may suy you repent ��t tin's the
1 lilt hour, onr answer is : repent and
riio, us you surely will on thc 2<lrd of
.Inuo to come.
Quui Facer-M.
Mr. Hewitt Bostock lias, by bis so-
liiitor, Mr. .Archer Martin, issued a
writ against the Colonist Printing nnd
Publishing Company, uud Mr. if. M.
Horiu'-Paviie, claiming *20,000 damages for libel ou account of an article
bended "All Investor's Advice," which
appeared in the Colonist of Mny 7th
last. This is in addition to the action
against Horne-Payne, claiming $10,-
Ot'O damages for slander alleged to
have been spoken against Mr. Bostock
at Goldon. ���Kamloops Sentinel.
An ingenious person has invented an
���^^ asbestos boot.     It is said to be damp
...   , ,      ,    'proof   niiii    In protect   the mile nf   tl.->
We have to express our many thanks  ���������,��� -,,,���, ool(, /���  wil,tc'r"al J^,*n    ��
to thc people of  Donald   for the kind : heat of sun baked   pavements in sum-
and   hospitable   way   in   which they ' 'nor.    If some person would invent an
treated   us   on   Monday and Tuesday j -***-*"10-* covering which would protect
last and cspcciallv thc members of tho j ! ,   ���     ���'" '"''J''il '"A,1" l"~v~! ���- ���ay
To���n;.   rii..i. .i       t    t .   I "ale in view nl  passible future contiu-
totinis   Club, though   I  nm sure the goncles, I
5i5lt3 (!5-<lt*n.it Visa
Tito vj.i.j.i.-..'i'j't.V is published overy
Saturday morning i.i ti.uu ... catch tlie east
and west nail trains, also tlio iiinil for tho
upper country, i.'iu,loriiiure, Fort Steele etc
is tin. only advertising uio'limn in the t-.eiit
oi.ieii.iv ilisirii'i
S lliicrlptiou
AI'VANUU.
Itiltur. :  S'2.1'1 per iituiuiii IN
\dvertisHitteiits unil uliungss must be in
tho I. Hen nut later than 1*1 a ut, mi Thursday
to insure insertion.     >
All I'a.li tu im pniii tu tiro Manager, from
vlt'i u the On iip..ny'.-r receipt will beohtuiued.
V IvertUunfiiit rates nuuls known oil ftppll*
catiif 'o
In- Golden En hSh\\n[ tapaii'',
SATURDAY, MAY ISO, 1896.
knowledge hut that Darwin wns right
about thnl "survival of the fittest."
Tliere is ono instance in this town that
exemplifies this to a degree. In fact
its nothing more than the stronger
hand pushing the weaker down, and
the weak one has to tako it all iu good
part too, never murmur a complaint so
to speak. 1 lielieve Mr. Mara wrote a
letter to Mr. Spragge of Donald, stilting' to him that iMr. White-then
secretary of tlie Interior, - had said or
givsn him authority to say tbat a
certain portion of tho Townsite of
Golden would bo open for sale iu tho
near future and that the inhabitants
were not bo ufraiil to build on them,
Upon the strength of this some did
build and quite expensive houses, for
tlie time mind you things wont on all
right
Bend To-iluy.
Ladies and gentlemen, be alive to
your own interest. There has recently
been discovered, and is now for sale by
the undersigned, a truly wonderful
"Hair Grower" and "Complexion
Whitening." This "Hair Grower" will
actually grow hair on a bald head in
six weeks by the use of this wonderful
"Hair Grower." It will also prevent
the hair from falling. By the use of
this excellent remedy boys raise an excellent moustache iu six weeks, Ladies
if you want a surprising head of hair,
have it immediately bv 'he use of this
"Hair Grower." We also sell a "Complexion Whitening" that will in one
mouth's time muke you as clear and
whitens tho skin can be made. We
never knew a lady or gentleman to use
for a year or two but the lots I two bottles of "Whitening," for they
were never offered lor sale, and for | all suy that before tbey finished the
this   teason   the   C.P.R
Only a few days since I, as editor
of the Golden Eua was "called down"
so to speak, in Western parlance, for
making a "positive assertion" in these
columns about the tax, that tax which
affects nearly all of us. The gentleman said he had, nc it wus he was
nearly coming 100 miles on purpose to
correct, tne. saying he could not write
but he could talk But seriously I am
glad that I interviewed him on the
subject, though at the time I wns
slightly under a disndvantnge, not remembering the exnet words I had used
whereas he seemed to remember them,
and this fact quite flattered my vanity
thinking previously that nr one
thought sufficiently well of the opinions expressed in the Golden Eua to
have committed the sentences to memory. Now the grievance was this. I
said in the number anted April 25th
the following:
"It is certainly an injustice to force
the miner to pay an additional S."> to
work in a mine. Beforo a man can
locate, hold, ordeal in a milling property he should, and most right'*- too,
bo made to pay this tux, for my part I
would rather see a double tax placed
upon such men than to see thc miner
taxed a cent for the privilege of working for his bread. It is tbe option ol
any to meddle in mining but a man
must work lor his living und its unfair to burden optional and compulsory actions alike. Besides it casts a
cloud over the mining industry which
it has no right to do.
"I should like to suguest to the Executive Committee of the B.C. Minors
Association that they would be conferring a great bei.efit on East Kootenay if they could accomplish this end
I should like also to propose that the
fee be made $10 for all persons locating
holding or dealing in mining properties in the Province, but thut miners
should be free to work in mines which
they have no interest in."
When writing the above I must j
acknowledge that I had not East Koote-1
nay particularized iu my mind and I
that I wrote what I thought about the
matter. I for my part would much !
rather pay $10 for a free miner's certi-
cate and see the miner who is working
in the mine free, than the present
sta'e of things. As to this plan conferring a benefit ou East Kootenay, I
must again acknowledge thnt I am
wrong, for the fact that I am premature iu my remnrks. At present 'bete
nre many more locators ol claims than
actual working miners, or if preferred
most of them have claims in some
part of tho province. But this will
not exist long. The couatrv bus nor
yet got n start and as soon as
it does start, and not till then wil! the
aaid benefit be conferred. I must
apologize for getting a little ahead of
time,
hnd made
' application for tlie same land lor a depot site. Of course we all understand
how the thing runs. Our poor settlors have to "get off there," and if
"I guess not," well we shall have to
see about putting you off. To resort
to law iu the mutter would be folly,
and would only ndd to your loses.
Now whose fault is it thut the bind
hus become so nnd so. It is without
doubt the Government's. Why did
they not see that the land was not
taken up before thev disposed of it
again, Lot tlie C.P.R. have it by all
means if tbey want it, in fact there is
little use in trying to prevent tliein,
but the Government should see tbat
the citizens are protected, in fact get
their rights, and in this case they
have certainly neglected their duty.
Mr. L. H. Estelle, an old and much
respected citizen of Golden, built a
large bouse on one of the lots of the
former town siie of Golden, and these
lots acknowledged to bs open. Ho made
application to buy if, got no satisfactory itiformiilion when it woulil be
open for sale, and is now ordered to
"get off there." Bv who? The C.P.
R. of course. Now I think most of
tlie citizens hero will join with ine in
saying that this is an injustice to our
follow citizen and that something
should be done to put the matter right
He, after going on in good faith, is
suddenly deprived of his expectations
or in otlier words the lot if his in
deed would be worth $1,000. Now I
suy ngiiiti that the Government should
as in duty bound, either allow him to
buy bis lot and give him a deed or
compensate hiin for his loss, for certainly his loss was occasioned by tbem
this I think is only fair. Mr. Mara
has beon asked to assist but without
fruit I am sorry to suy.
second bottle they were as white as
they would wisli to be. After the use
of this "Whitening," the skin will forever retain its color. It nlsa removes
freckles, etc., etc. The "Hah' Grower"
is 50 cents per bottle, and tbe "Face
Whitening'' 50 cents per bottle. Either
of these remedies will be sent to any
address on receipt of price. Address
all orders to���
R. & J. RYAN,
201 Division Sweet, Ottawa, Ont
thing happened, he said that he went
to examine a mine and was particular
to select all the samples of quartz with
his own hands, but he incautiously
laid the specimens down on the ground
and when his back was turned a man
adroitly sprinkled some flour gold over
them. The assay went so high that
the mine was bought and the machinery oidered, but at lust one of the men
got faint-hearted and "blowed" ou his
partner, and new assays of rock proved the mine to be worthless. These
stories are common enough, and are
only alluded to in order to show how
difficult it is for one who hns not the
special experience needed for judging
to determine the value of the proposed
investment,
We should very much liko to know
who this stiange individual was ���if
he ever existed. Tf he be on the land
of the living to-day, we venture to say
thut lie is not mining.
The question of "Who owns the
land," in many of our Provincial
towns along the C P.R, lino is af present a very vexed one, and in some
instances this same question has become so notorious and tho stronger
hand is so apparently gaining ground,
��� hat   even   in   this we cannot but uc-
Any one who has ever had an attack
of inflammatory rheumatism will rejoice with Mr. J. A. Stumm, 2i0 Boyle
Heights, Los Angeles, over his fortunate escape from u seine of that distressing ailment, Mr. Si nm in is foreman of Merriani's confectionery establishment. Some mouths ago. on leaving the boated work room to run across
the street on an errand, he was caught
out in the rain. The result was thai
when ready to go home that night he
was tillable to walk, owing to inflammatory rheumatism. Hu was taken
home, and on arrival was placed iu
front of ii good fire and thoroughly
riililieil with Chamberlain's Pain Balm
During tlto evening and night he wns
repeatedly bathed with this liniment,
and by morning wns relieved of all
rheumatic pains. He now takes
especial pleasure in praising Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and always keeps a
bottle of it iu the house. For sale by
druggists Langley & Co., wholesale
agents, Victoria and Vancouver.
The split between the Liberals and
the Irish members in the British House
of Commons has been tbe absorbing
feature of foreign news during the
past week. The Liberals are bitter
against the Irish for supporting the
Government on the Education Bill and
say it is a gruat blow to Home Rule
for it has alienated from it the non-
Conformists. This break will post-
tbe Home Rule question sine die.
The Colonist goes out of it's way to
say : "',Ve huve no reason to believe
that Mr. Bostock is not an honorable
and an upright man." It says this in
last Saturday's issue, but it was only
a few days previously that the Colonist opened its columns to Home-Payne
to make one of the most contemptible
insinuations against Mr. Bostock's
reputation in the old conntry that we
ever read. The Colonist'.-, reparation
comes tardily und in a left lniudnd
manner, but it will probably before
long havo an opportunity more clearly
to define its opinion as to Mr. Bostock's
character. - Exchange.
A ll..O|.lt,       <  '   IRll,
There is no danger from ibis disease
'tfhen Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
freely given. It liquefies the tough
mucus and aids its expectoration, It
also lessens the severity and frequency
of paroxysms of coughing and insures
a speedy recovery. There is not tlie
least danger in giving the remedy to
children or babies, ns it contains no
injuiious substance. For sale by
druggists Langley A Co., Wholesale
agents, Victoria and Vancouver.
TABLE
Showing t lie ilati'B nntl places of Courts
of Assise, Msl l-i'lus, Oyer nnd Terminer, and Uenerul Gaol Delivery
for the Your 180(1.
St'itiNG Assizes.
Nanaimo Tuesday ... 5th May
New Westminster, Tuesday .. 12th May
Vaucouver Tuesday .. lilth May
Clinton Monday ..26th May
Victoria Tuesday .. 2(ith .May
Kamloops Monday .... 1st Juno
Vernon Monday.... Hth June
���Nelson Monday... 16th June
*Donald Monday.. . 22nd June
"Special Assize.
Church Services.
The usual evening service will be
held to-morrow in St. Paul's Church
at 7:30 o'clock.
Methodist service will be held in the
Suhool house tomorrow morning at
10 o'clock,   conducted by Mr. Robins.
Presbyterian service will lie held
to-morrow evening in Knox
Church at 7:30 o'clock, conducted bv
Rev. T. S Glassford, B.A.
While in Stockton, Cal , some time
ago, Thos, F. Lattgun, of Los Banos,
that state, was taken vsry severely
with cramps aud diarrhoea. He
chanced io meet Mr. C, M. Carter,
who was similarly afflicted He suys:
"I told him of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and
we went to the Holden Drug Store and
procured a bottle of it. It gave Mr.
Carter prompt relief and I can vouch
for its having cured me." For sale by
druggists Langley A Co., Wholesale
agents, Victoria and Vancouver.
WORK FOR MEN AND WOMEN.
We pay $1! to $10 per week for
ensv homework. Child can do it. No
Sohemb, Books ob Peddling, This is
bona fid*. Send stump for work und
particulars at once. THE SEYMOUR
SUPPLY CO., Masonic Temple, Cam-
don, N.J.
Mr. A. Carney, at Kelowna, said he
had never met Mr.Mara till th-t morning, when Mr. Mara came up to him
at the station and spoke to him.
"Reully," Mr. Carney replied, "you
have got the advantage of me," (loud
laughter), but lie did not think that
the ex-member for Yale would ever get
the advantage of hiin again. (Renewed laughter.)
NOTICE.
Proi-infcial Secretary's Ofiice,
18th May, 1896.
*MOTICE is hereby given that the
a* rescission of the operation of the
"Official Scalers' Act, 1894," will take
effect from and after the 30th day of
Juue, next.
By Command.
JAMES BAKER,
Provincial Secretary
NOTIFICATION  OF   INFECTIOUS
DISEASES.
THE following extract from the
"Health Act, 1893," is published
for general information by direction of
the Provincial Board of Health : ���
'���Sec. 69. Whenever any householder
knows that anv person within his
family or household has the small pox,
diphtheria, scarlet fever, cholera, or
typhoid fever, he shall (subject in case
of refusal or neglect to the penalties
provided by sub-section (2) of section
98) within twenty-four hours give
notice thereof to the Local Board of
Health,* or to the Medical Health
Officer of the District in which he resides, if there be one, and such notice
shall be given either at the office of the
Medical Health Officer or by a communication addressed to him and duly
mailed within the time above specified,
and in case there is no Medical Health
then   to   the   Local   Board of
Fnot or Fancy,
Tho  following  extraordinary story
appears  in   the Canadian Mining Review, and   is   not at all calculated to
improve matters in the mining districts' Office
of  B.C.���that is, if people are foolish i Heitltl
enough to believe it: - j    Sob-Motion (2) of section 98 provides
j a penalty of $100, or imprisonment for
A man was recently met in tho wilds six   months, for  neglect   to report as
ot British Columbia looking lor a gold j required.
mine to put a stamp mill ou.   He had    , *T,ie Government Agent is the Loo-
,���   ,        ...    ..���    .,    * I al  Board of  Health in outlying Uis-
a  null   brought  in loO miles from a i tr*otg<
railway, but had no mine to employ it a., f, WATT,
Enquiring  ns  to  how so singular a! Secretary, Provincial Board of Health,
Education Office),
Victoria. May 4th, 189S.
1JOTICE is hereby given that the un-
*�� mini examination of candidates
for certificates of qualification to teach
in the Public Schools of the Province
will he held as follows, commencing on
Friday, July 3rd, 189J, ut 9 a.m. : ���
Victoria In South Purk School Building
Vancouver- In High School Builtliug.
Kamloops   In Public School Building.
Each applicant must forward a notice, thirty duys before the examination, stating the class and grade of
certificate for which he will be a candidate, tho optional subjects selected,
and at which of the above named
placps he will attend.
Every notice   of   intention to be nn ,
applicant   must be   accompanied with
satisfactory     testimonial   of    moral
character.
Candidates   are  notified that all of ���
the   above   requirements  must be {ul-1
filled befoie their   applications  cau be
filed.
All candidates for First Class, Grade!
A. Certificates, including Graduates,'!
must attend in Victoria to tuke the
subjects prescribed for July Hth au&i
15th instants, and to undergo required]
oral examinations,
S. p." pope,
Superintendent of Education.
It in rvorth thi, prtire to everv ri-rsuu I
v. in. even reads * rowspaptr."���_i_lL_i��� n J
Journal. -
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1a
)tice to Taxpayers.
essment Act and Provincial
Revenue Tax.
ami Division of East Kootenav
DlsrittUT.
TUT" is hereby given, in accordance with the Statues, that Pro-
iitl Roveuue Tax and nil tuxes
d under the Assessment Act ure
due for the year lSll-i. All uf the
e named tnxes collectable wilhin
Donald Division ol East Kootenay
jot, are payable ai my office, ihu
t House, Golden.
isessed  taxes aro collectable at the
wing rates, viz. :
paid on or liefore June 30th WJ" :
ie half of one por cunt uu real pro-
i,
ro   per   cont on assessed value of
laud.
ie third of ono per cent on person-
operly.
ie half of one por cent on income,
paid after June 30th l"*9i ���
co-thirds   of   one'per cent on real
nrty.
round one half per cent, on assess-
ilue of wihl liiuii.
ie half if one per cent on personal
���t'ty.
reefortrths of one ,er cent on In -
oviucittl   Revenue  Tax $3.00 per
a.
F. C. LANG,
Assessor and Collector.
en, January 2nd, I89U.
NOTICE.
e  S-ipreme Ori'irt of Briiish Ol-
ihin,   re   Cotuiachor, ���Colinncber
Pither,
rsiMnr to nn order of tbe S tpreme
r of British Columbia made in the
er of the estate of H-.inrv Conor in the suit of Connacher vs
t'r. The creditors of Henry Con-
er, late of Oolden. iu the District
Cooti'iiay. hotel   keeper, deceased,
diud on or about the month of
lary, 1KII5.   are   ou   or before the
day of April. ISO'., to send by
iters I letter to A. G. M. Spragge,
onald, In the District of Kootenay,
ish Columbia, the solicitor for
us Sievetis Connacher, tlio above
s-l plaintiff, the executor of the
tsed. their Christian and .surname
esses and discriptions. tlio full
iciilarr. of their cliiims.it stutetuetit
heir accounts, and tlie tint it re of
ipcurities (if any) held by them or
���fault thereof tbey will bo peremp-
ly excluded from the benefit of the
order.     Every  creditor hoi ling
security is to produce the same
���e James Ferguson Armstrong,
strar of the County Court at Don*
the Referee appointed by tlte
t to takd the accounts and eu-
es under the said order, at his
ibers at the Court House at Don-
n the Province of British Colutn-
n the Hth day of At.ril, IH89. nt
o'clock in the forenoon Iieing the
appointed for adjudication on tlie
claims.
ted at Donald, in the D'strict of
Pliny, British Columbia, this 15th
sf January, 189iJ.
J. F. ARMSTRONG,
ree appointed under the said order.
Golden Hospital Society.
HOURS FOR CONSULTATION.
From 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.
"      2  p.m. "  4 p.m.
ii       7     i"   >i   h   .i
ly from  10 a.m. to 12 m., and
from 7 p.m. to 8 p m.
VISITING HOURS.
im 2:30 p.m.  to 8 p.m.. dni
- Monday and Saturday.
NOTICE.
Application for Certificate of   Improvements.
EXCELSIOR   MINERAL   CLAIM.
Take notice that I, Walter Dainard,
freo miner's certificate No.47ri39,iuteiid,
60 days from the date hereof, to apply io
the Gobi Commissioner for a certificate
of improvements, for the purpose of
obtaining a Crown grant of the above
claim,
And further take notice, that adverse
claims must be sent to the Mining Recorder nud action commenced before
the issuance of such certilieute of improvements,
Dated this seventh day of December
1895.
Walter Dainard,
By his agent, F. AV. Aylmer,
NOTICE!
Application    for-   Certificates of   Improvements.
HIDDEN TREASURE   AND GIANT MINERAL   CLAIMS.
Take notice that I, Thcmns Jones,
freo miner's certilieute No. 47K48, intend
lu days from dato hereof, to apply to
the Gold Commissioner for certificates
of improvements for the purpose of
obtaining crown grnnts of above
i'lninis.
And further tuke notice thnt adverse
rlniins must bo sent to the Mining Re-
rorder. and action commenced beforo
the issuance of such certificates of improvements.
Tims. Jones,
By his agent F. W. Aylmer.
Dited this llth day of December,
I8!lii.
NOTICE I
Votive of Application for Certificates
of Improvement*.
S1.MCOE AND  LANCASTER  MINERAL
III..'-IMS.
Tuke notice tliut I, John McRae,
ree miller's certificate No. 3445.'..
.nteiid, sixty days from the date
hereof, to apply to the Gold Commissioner for certificates of improvements, fur the purpose of obtaining
Crown grants of the ubove claims.
And further tuke notice that adverse
cliiiius must be sent to the Mining Recorder, and action commenced before
t he issuance of such certificates of improvements.
John McRae,
By his agent F  W. AvLMER.
Dated this 14th day of December,
1894.
SILVER, *'??���
Li.-.'
LEAD,
COPPER ���   ���
Write for prices,   (iivo assays, etc.
STAT_   ORi  SAMPLING  CO.,
den veil i-olo.
MUTED.
^Maine** (jtovfce.
lUPTURES
ore CTTHES
_i-,vo boou effected bv mv
Trusses, with
porfoct eese to wearer, than by all other
dt-vtri-sr-Hiiblnt'd Theyletalnlargest
Hupturo Ui-oar Bevwrea- -train. Arays-
tem of flttinr*has been perfected tho
ItiitBS yen re. fully eouel tqpereonal
examination ti* mull.  BT patents
ft^X. DEFORMITY.
riiim.fmi.iTiiK,
, llil_neB-.W..Tor..iilo.
HON. J, A. LouoiiI'.ed, Q,C.
.  McCarter,
Ijuiiglii-t.il  &   McCarter,
Barristers, Advocates, Sol it-urs, Notaries
Ktc,, Etc.
Solicitors tor Hank Montreal.
Caloarv, - N.W.T.
It.   J.   .11. I'll SOX.
n.L.S. k P.L.8. for B.C.   DOMINION A
PROVINCIAL    LAND   SURVEYOR,
DriiiiKlitsiiiMi, Viiliiiitoi'.etc.,CAHjAllY,
N.W.T.   CorroBpoiulenue Solicited.
R.J.Jei'HSON, D.L.S.,I'.L.S. of B.C. -Out,
Caloarv, Alba.
P. LEAKE,
illiiilnjr, Kngiiiecr,
A   Klallnrgi-st.
Reports on properties a Specialty.
Golden, B.C.
MAI.UEL DAINARD,
Livery;<_ Feed Stables,
Saddle Horses tor Hire.
<.'hIj!m:-v.     .     it.c.
HULL BROS ti Co.,
Vtliol-'M'il-'aii<| Retail
BUTCHERS.
Cattle, Sheep and
Horse Dealers.
GOLDEN,   B. C.
J. SMART     CO.
Undertakers and
���   .   Embalmers,
Calj-ary     -     -       Aliia
TBLEOKAl'll ORDERS PROMPTLY
ATTENDED TO.
JI J. STARFORTJj,
FRUITS & VEGETABLES.
olden City Bakery.
F:::!. Praid Daily.
.olden Hospital Society.
THE HOSPITAL is now open for the
admission ol patients.
TICKETS may be had from the undersigned or any member of the
committee,
PRICE - Ton Dollars per year or Six
Dnllnrs per half year.
XO EXTRAS except private wards.
C. H. PARSON,
Acting Secretary.
A PSRFtrCT TEA
0NSO0I
TEA
FINCST Tt- ���    L_H
IN THI WORLD ���     ����������� ���
FROM THC TEA PLANT TO THC TM CUP
IN IT�� NATIV- PUHITV.
"Monsoon" Teals pet up by the Indian Tea
growers as a sample of the best qualities of Indian
lens. Therefore they use the greatest care in Iho
s-lection of the Tea and its blend, that is why they
put it up themselves and sell it only in the original
P���krages, thereby securing its purity and excellence.
Hut up in U lb., i lb. and J lb. packages, and never
sjtd in bulk.
ALL GOOD uROCERB KEEP IT.
If your grocer does not keep it, tell him to write to
3T-KL. HAYTER * OO.
II and 13 Front 8treet East, Toronto.
OAVEATO,
TRAM MARK?,
REGION PAT.NTS.,
GOPVRIOHTS,   eto.
Fortnf',mintlonnn,l fn-e Handbook write to
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Olili-st tntrpnil for snriirriittmU'ntslnAniprlcx
Everv rntent taken "lit liy n* Is lirouitht brforo
tlio public! by a notieo given Ine of���largo 111 the
jRbntiSf ��tueto��
T-nrfTPut clrcitlntt-fl of nny F-'iPntlflo paper tn tnt
iviii'ld,    fciiltinUtUiy I ui-.tratt.-ii.    No i.it.'lll'.ffiil
me.t Rhotilii Ui without it. Ww-ltly, ft.l.OOa
rot.ftii*)8lx*moniH A-w-*--*,ilyN>r* to.��
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The modern stand
t/i
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cine :   Cures   the
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common every-day
0
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A HANDY PROSPECTOR'S FURNACE.
The attention of Prospectors and Miners is called to the merits of a new
improved apparatus, for testing and smelting various kinds of ores audminer-
a s, also sopurating and refining base bullion, etc.
Manufactured by a chemist and metallurgist wbo thoroughly understands
tho wants of the assayer, the prospector, the miner, thecheuiist for laboratory
test; for all furnace work, such us smelting, scorifying, coupelling, lusing iu
crucibles, testing of sampling charges, roasting, etc.
This furnace is built in two halves for easy transportation, is complete in
itself, made of steel plate, with cast-iron slag uud inctul spouts, wind supply
pipe and knock-down bottom.
It is of the cupola type, with extension when smelting ores ; capacity 1000
to 5000 pounds per heat; also smaller size, capacitr from 1U0 to HOO pounds
per heat, according to the character of ires.
The Advantages in Practice are as Follows:
This furnace is constructed by and for a prospector, who requires a serviceable furnace, easily transported over a luutintuiuoiis country by a pack burro,
that is complete and ready to be bet up at any dump of low grade ores, that
otherwise will uot pay to ship, and make his good pay out of one to two tons
of ore a day.
On liiuf-ip'inl''ni'i'��� pinked nt the dump, tilts little furiiuee will pny for Itself every week, besides wages and expeueos, Let someone else do the risk in
mining, and stick tu a certainity,
What We Furnish and What it Costs.
A Handy Prospector's Furnace, 8 feet in diameter by 5 feet high, cupola
typo with knock-down bottom, mado of Xo. lu Steele plate, and stiffened with
angle-irons made in two half-circles for easy transportation, and then bolted
together. Two Steele-Hanged metal and slag spouts, one blast supply pipe,
two ladles, three furnace tapping tools, two darlings (or plugging sticks), one
graphite No, -10 crucible, one blacksmith's forgo Mower, geared complete iu iron
frame, to supply blast by liuiulpower fur the furnace.
The entire outfit complete, readv to be set tip, delivered on bonrd enrs at
St. Louis, will cost. ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS NET. Terms: 92b. 0
cash with order, bulnnce dmft attached with bill of lading;   the smaller size,
100 to SOU round* Capacity, Cont #4S.M, Net.
Terms:   $20.00 cash with order, balance draft attached to  bill  of lading; 6
per cent discount for cash with order.
Printed Directions and instructions as to setting up furnace, fluxing
material, fuei. smelting operation, separating aud refining ol base bullion, etc..
FURNISHED IN DETAIL  UPON,   RECEIPT OF   ORDER.
NATIONAL ORE AND REDUCTION CO.,
We Want a Representative. 415 Locust St., ST. LOUIS, Mo.
MANUFACTURERS AND PATENTEES OF
Water-Jacketed Furnaces for Nickel, Copper, Gold, Silver and
Lead Ores, Aluminum and Nickel Alloys.
Engineers nnd Contractors for Equipment of Chen, leul   Hod net I on   Werks.
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MACHINE SHOP.
Manufacturers of Sash, Fcorp, Monldlngs
Turned and Sawn Balusters, Newel Posts. Hand Rails nnd
I3i tickets.   A.1 sizes of glass in stock.
The Machine and Blacksmith sshop are prepared to do
all kinds of repairs as soon as possible.     All sizes of Tipo
Fitting and Trass Goods on hand.
Wagon Repairs, Poles, Shafts, Axles, Spokes ol Felloes,
Hickory and Maple Plank.
HOUSTON  &  CO. Awarded
Highest Honors-World's Fair,
DR.
Mm
* CREAM
BAKING
mm
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder.  Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant,
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
Ilullaltl    ll,,l.,���*���*.
The Hon. Wilfred Luiii'ler says that
lie will nioilif tli" laritf mull hut
when he ia elected Pltus.l-ll of the Do-
MINION llf CaNAIIA in' will tit j what  111'
has always   said   he would do and bv
1
.Mrs. Ki ' plou ruiil
uiiriii'il the sincere
mauler  of  tbe   cl
Mrs, Or 'Hill have
thanks   uf every
lli    for linr ivny in
I
which 11
It SUCCISS.
jV nieilico Iron
brew from the
iiiulit. a slight
mints of one of
1 un Province.
Province should
worked tu make tire ihi
miv promise, endorse any crooked pro-,
pusitiuu, in u.iU-i' 10 oliiain power, 1
There ,s uu natiunul policy, nu appro*
piiiiiiuu, nut n single upportuniiy to.
increase thu un iu.ml dubt or political I
Kumloops ami a He- deitl'atl.itioii 01" the counlry tiiui wuuld j
E.isi luul, uu Moiidat* bus iu or 11 n u sed, iliili euirlt u 111..11 11�� ;
iliSf.us-.ion ns tu tlm (Jiiarh'S '1'upper li.ii't., us preiuiur. A.-
our Lest 1 a,,eiT, viz.. Mi'' Limner once ndd bnu. uliuosi in 1
The luedico sniil Tim so many wort's, that liu has not the,
no   to Hades, b tour reputation  ol  being a gentium 111, mul i
Navigation &
TramWay Co. Ltd.;
ANU THE
International Transportation Co,
CONXECTING WITH
J wish friend told him 11 little stoiy i*1 suspected liy nobody ol being an
iiiiuut Judns mnl when he was tlii-utij.li honest mini Air. Luqiier i.- regarded
the Dr. felt like crawling into 11 hole by e-, in-yliu.lv ns a uunilem.iii. Hi-*
and pulling  hu holu in tiftor iiim. I policy is sii-pcctftl  by many of   being
Mr.   M���ra-s li'iuii.is l���!i, ���'���'���''"��������� '"'���    ���"���"   is '>"�������� ��od   ne.erbuH
VV hut are
in Dm,nl I
Mr.   I'csto;
a ni uu June
inirir labors.
Mnra's friends 1
'1 bey aro doing nut
'<   uoiniuitied is wm
-.'.'Ini will Sue lhe I'm
11 nit.
Itiuu
IS uf
Nl.MII.
MI**,':*���*!-,   NEWS'.
Mr  Kingsmill uf Toronto, who wns
stayi g   at   G ilden   t..o   weeks  n( 0
s-..-il   through   here this weuk from
CANADIAN PACIFIC & GREAT NORTHERN,
RAILWAYS.
us what lie bus always  West   Kootonay
t   tat'llf   lur rev.'nun only.
we   luiie no duly 011 dill*
degrees (tive
advocated a
At present
mauds f,,r the rich 111:111. the tariff on
uhiiiiipti'-iie has been reduced by IIU
per cent iiiiiI a rich mail can buy an
edition de luxe wilh 11 less amount of
duty exacted than can the struggling
<slus.es whose literature is often heavier in iveiu-ht. Electors of Kootenay
district I appeal to you. Will you
allow the Tory tomfoolery to continue
or will you sweep out 1 lie base crowd
that has been the curse of our Dominion fur fully seventeen years!1 If you
want retrenchment and reforms, prosperity and progress, nud active ocean
barter with the mother country you
will east, your sacred and secret ballot
for the Liberals.
Sir Charles Tupper iu his Winnipeg
speech shows himself to ns in his old
familiar role. He tells the taxbeareis
to give him their hard earned coin nnd
thut he in return will give tbem promises. This is played out. He issued
a promissory note seventeen years ago
and the note bus been dishonored,
Tuesday's No. 1 pulled out with
Master Brown enveli pi-d iu the quilt
nnd holding tlie challenge cup in Ins
hand. Everybody is glai) that Bevel-
stoke won the cup and the quilt.
Kevelstoke men are sportsmen nnd ihey
will guard the cup till next yenr when
we will bring it back to Donald for at
least twelve months.
The score which is appended shows
that we did fairly well an.', that we
have kept the trophy of the shoot in
our town und that Willis is the same
old Willis with the gun:
Kevelstoke 5K
Donald    I*>
Kamloops HU
Golden Ill
Field .11
W. J. Armstrong, gold medal 15
J. Edwards, silver medal 1:1
A.Taylor Ill
There are some people in Donald
who can play tennis, R. W. is one, a
disciple of Galon is 11 second and Mrs.
Nellis is a third.
In the mixed doubles Mrs. Nellis and
Mr. Patmori) vanquished Miss Moodie
and Mr. Plowrighi. In the gentlemen's singles Mr. Patmore had in Mr.
Oadd an opponent win. is as cool ns a
cucumber and who certainly knows
somethirg about the gamo, but somehow or other Donald's post master
won
In the gentlemen's doubles Power
and Patmore proved themselves a littlo
better than Gudd and Leake. In tennis we had things all our own way
and won with hands down.
At 1 p.m. all ud journed to the vestry
011
Irs wny linek to
Tjron'o, He hns bonded several properties iu West, Kooteiiny and bus obtained mi interest in some in East
Kootenay nenr Golden. 801110 of these
are r t O'tertuil t
Field.     The proper
been tlie to I uf 1 lie hi.TiiiT.hr ami today lie is more or   less the hero of tiie
Frviich-Cumulinu peup.e. He hint
I never   '.eon   SUS| ected   of a dishonest
honest ti'iiiiHtiuliou. and is not the sort
j ol man who is likely to lend himself
jtu jobs, and the   acquirement oi 11 lor
luu..'by political   trickery.     Ii would
lie a irriiiiii agaiiiHt uoiifodei-.tiiuti lor
Inn,, section   of  citizens   to   support a
man l;k,. Tapper  inul .0 oppose a mn- j j cavo (}0]{]m 4 R -*,. Tuesdays      .
tlenian like Laurier siniply because the Al.,.ive Fort Steele (i p.m. WedliesdaVS
latter   is   a   ireiicli-Uaiindiuii   and a   - -- ..."        ���
Catholic."
TIME   TABLE.
SEASON    1890.
o take effect 1st May.
GOING SOUTH.
TV
Kamloops Sentinel: A nipntlng of
the electors was held at Revelstoke 011
the f.'.P.R,, near'Saturday night, having been caliel by
- situated thore Mr, Mara. Mr. E. K. Dudds, ti.e
are yet, covered witli snow lor the speaker imported from Toronto to-en-
most part, but work will be oommenc- lighten the ignorant people of Yale-
e.l in a few weeks on mi extensile Kooteuay-Curiboo, as to how they
scale. Mr. Dolinadgo is their repre* should vote, was present and made bis
sen tn tive hero. Mr. Kingsinill has, I lirst speech iu lhe province. The
believe, formed   a strong   company of meeting was well attended.    Mr, Mam
Toronto and English capitalists. They
intend to pay much attention to East
Kootenay this yenr.
Mr. Askwith, who for some time
hns owned the Bobbie Hums mine in
the McMurdo district has. it is reported sold it lu Mr. Tuivnsend and Co.
The pruieriy has al present a 5 stamp
gold mill uu it, which was worked at
a -.'rent disadvantage for a short time
in the summer of If'. _. It is the intern ion of Mr. Tuivnsend to again
work thu mine as soon as the weather
will permit. He has als.. procured
the International gold mine, which is
a crown grant claim situated close to
the Bobbie Burns. Though they have
not yet decided what character of
plant to place on it, this will be done
during the summer. The successful
working of two mines in the neighborhood will bo great stimulus und
will - we mny anticipate-be lhe
means of bringing many others beforo
the public to be put in a like condition,
It is the i 11 iti 11111 tliut wc want und
then ull things shnll be added unto us.
Somo would-be-clever | ersons are
anxious to explain to you thut there
are no paying mines in East Kootenay
outside tlio North Star. If they would
stop here I would not have a word 10
say on the subject, but as a corollary
they bring out, "which goes to prove
there never will be, elso tbey would
have been found.*' My dear friend
Ihey hnve been found, they have not
been worked is true enough, but there
are extenuating circumstances. Thero
might havo been other causes heretofore, but at the present time, want of
capital is preponileratory one. There
was a time I believe, at least thu old
timers say so. wlien thoy thought
that capital was no object, and everybody who had u surface prospect could
trap a fortune.
������A Hi.leant I'liiuiilli.n."
Sir Charles Tupper has been de-
nounced from one ond of the Dominion
to thc otlier ns a man totally unfit to
lead any party, and it is 11 matter
worthy of noto that the "prince cf
political   cracksmen" has received his
of  St.   Peter's   Church,  where  they | ������*-*-" 8-lnglng  castigations from Con
found   ample  evidence  ot what good
providers for   the inner  man the ludy
members of  the club are.     Wo had a
most delightful   lunch and everything
from sandwiches to ice cream wns all
that conld be desired.     Mrs.  McKay,
servutives.
The Toronto Star, a Conservative
paper, iu a recent issue snys: "Sir
Charles Tupper is a false Protestant,
a recreant Canadian, a corrupt politician, a man   who  is willing to make
opened witb a speech in which he endeavored to justify bis vote on the
remedial hill, but apparently gained no
sympathy from the Hudiei.ce, He read
voluminous extracts from parliamentary reports, and succeeded in thoroughly tiring hi.-, listeners. Mr. H.
McCiiiirlieou followed iu au address of
overall hour iu furor of Mr. Bostock
und succeeded thoroughly in turning
thu tables 011 tlm ex-member. Mr.
Dodds sioUe lor a long time oil purely
national questions, eliciting 110 enthusiasm whatever, To instance what a
complete failure Mr. Mara is making
uf bis canvass, at the close of this
meeting, which liud been called by
llliusolf, he and bis imported "looter"
were compelled tu listen to tumultuous
cheering for Bostock, Lauries und the
Queen, while not even 11 call wns made
for the ox-member. It shows how
strongly the tide lias Set iu iu favor of
tne Opposition candidate.
Tupper has been on the road for loss
than a week uud he bus already promised expenditures aggregating twelve
or fifteen million dollars.-  The  Globe.
Leave Fort Steele 4 a.m. Thursdays and Sundays
Arrive Jennings',) p.m. Thusdays and Sundays'.
GOING NORTH.
Lc:ive Jenniri,in\s 4 a.m. Tuesdays and Fridays
Arrive Fort Steele G p.m. Wetliiesdiiys and Saturdays.
Leave Fort Steele 4 a.m. Tuesdays      ....
Arrive Oolden !) a.m. Thursdays	
F. P. ARMSTRONG, Manager.
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TRUTHS; tht Plait.
Facts; the Old SecroU
and the New Discover,
its of Medical Sci; ��� ;
ts applied to Mirriu!
Life, thoulrl writs tat
our wonderful littlo
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Teimy earnest man wo will mail ont copy
Entirely F<~M, in plain sealed cover.
���A refuge from tbo quacks." Addrul
_I!I_ MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, H.Y.
A Well-Dressed Man
May Hob-Nob with Kings.
How to dress well on a small amount of money is the question.
If a man will be careful always to buy Shorey's Ready-Made
_. f Clothing he may be well dressed at a very    jj
vSllOrey S moderate cost. Shorey's Clothing has a
D A M A ��reBA reP'*,at*on f��r s,y*e> A1- and durability.
Keauy iilade j.;very yard of cloth is thorrtti'-'hty sponged and
shrunk and the workmanship fully guaranteed.
bold avaarwMtaa.
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1-*0R SALE or
TO KENT
An Improved Ranch,
East Kootenay, ll.C.
Lot 272, Group 1, known as tlio
Caiman Ranch, 319 acres of bottom
land situate at the mouth of Sinclair
Creek, Columbia River, farm buildings
etc   Apply to
BODWELL 4 IRVING,
Solicitors, Victoria, B.C.
Or to A. O. M. SPRAGGE,
Solicitor, Douald, B.C.
The Western Milling Ci
Reffina,  N.W.T.
Manufacturers Of
HIGH  GRADE
FLOU
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Calgary. Alb.

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