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Array 11
For Xylose Prices
��� On Ladies and Gents Boots and Shoes try Wan-eft'*,:
ii'Men's Clothing and Underwear ij-oing very cheap.
1 .'"[Silks for the Ladiei yery cheap in 6 yard lengths.
; , Clocks for everyone at suitable figures,   Neat packr'
ages of Tea Jiisciuti^nd.Pancake Flour readyfor
use.   Try i ucan Oil Blacking.
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And the Best Goods
c.
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. '>-UUi. j- '���&������ iiW>Mr\": '��'"'
" (INCOBPORjVTED 1670.)
"A Droi>;
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Watch, Clock tJewelry
in the best style of (the trade with, tbs
least possible delay. Mail and Express
orders receive prompt attention.
JOH-T   MeMILLAX,
Watchmaker and Jeweller.
, Oolden, B.O. '"
"In the Bucket"
,.,    ......1,,:.;       ."/(.j   to     .,
dof^n'trft/tiftiiBtto
but a drop in prices
' amounts to a whole lot
to- mostl^pe^c That's
what'hits. happened in
the Q-recery-iltepartinent
of the Big Store on Stephen Ayentte, X-a*g��ry..
Tare's Jio iiieasbii 'why
you shouldn't get the
bede^iit so di-op iir�� a cad'd
and. get more valuable
information on the subject.
���
The Noiicnn Piirnitiiro Pi*. *~-F- Krowth in-he past 20 vears. Dr,
I MC nCII-UII rUII IHU IB UU Boliert(|0n proceeded west to Donald ou
.fLlnlited) lo-ii No .
Will mail, free of charge, one of their
Illustrated  Catalogues   and    Price
��� Lists, to  any person sending them
their address,,
The  Neilson    Furniture
Calgary, Alberta.
Co.,
ocnToti'Rj
Golden, on the main line of Ihe (.'luindian
- illw
avigatioli of the I
the mineral and cunuueri'lsl centre of Eastern
I'acilic Rtiilw-ii'j at lis (connection    	
steamboat navigation of the Columbia river j
CiuiaiUsn
with the
Jr'tiith Columbia i headquarters of thi Iriotd
SB Smelting works, the Upper Columbia
Navigation Co,, and lumber iiicliiKtry; the
outlet for the widely known mid far
famed agricultural snd griming land of the
Columbia & Kootenay Valleys;' unrivalled
for scenery of all kinds; the distributing
point for the richest mineral couutry uu the
roiitinent.
HUDSON'S BAY STORES,
CALOARY,   ALTA.
LOCAL JOTTINGS.
Murtln tl.a Wl/urd.
Professor.. Martin, ventriloquist,
wielder of the magic Wand, etc., exhibited in the Alexander Hall, Monday
and Tuesdr.y evening. The audiences
Were small but appreciative, some of
the Professor's tricks being very clever
On1 Tuesday evening Mr. C. E. Weils
was the lucky winner of the cash
prize of fo, and a young lady of a
rather bashful nature won the pig, she
could not, however,.be persuaded to go
forward and lead the animal off the
platform, thereby forfeiting all claim
to the pig. Ou Monday evening Mr.
Peter Soha-ntian, violinist, took a pro*
minimi part:In the entertainment
PICNIC AMD DANCE.
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Miners!,
Mineral
QJ^sses
Of all kinds at
'8 Drug Store,
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New goods arriving daily, stock Well
tssorted in fashionable goods.,
Bargains in lot
ect.
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rl ria.il I   rt<ji
summer goods, prices
no
Just to hand a nice lot <
nd Trimmings.
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Boot and Shoo Department
Grocery   Department awajr.
prices.
irted.
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-iIIj.'J .rilrni'T - ;,j i-rol/
Every Prospector Should Have
one.
rm
A .lame assortment of  fall goods at
the Big Store.
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Mr. snd Mrs. John Pratt returned
home on Sunday from, the coast.
In 11        ,	
Mr. H. Swaffer, representing A ll*n
A Co,, (dry goods) Calgary, was in
town Saturday.
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A belfry has been erected on the
school house this week by Mr. James
Henderson.
Li Hung Chang passed, through
Golden' Friday afternoon, en route
for tbs coast.       ..        .:
Monday last, Labor Day, wits not
observed by any celebration, the .school
was, however, closed,
B I
���
r C.P.R. Excursions have been
Imitated By Many
But Excelled by None.
EXCURSIONS to the East by vsrious
10 routes,
EXCURSIONS to Alaska.
EXCURSIONS to China and Japan.
EXCURSIONS to Hawaiian   Islands.
"������ .li'.HU-A. '^Mh-fjf*li'!fu^
Around the World
*' To Chioago via Port Arthur and
Duluth or* Port Arthur snd Saulte Ste
Marie at cheapest rates.
LAKE STEAMERS SAIL
ALBERTA
Every Wedbesdsy for Windsor.
ATHABASCA;    ..   '. '
Every, Thursday for Owen Sound.
MANITOBA
Every Sunday for Owsn Sound.
Ocean Steamer leaves Vanooiu
verity China and Japan
EMPRESS OF INDIA        August 8.
A       MR  AUSTRALIA   -
warimoo   .,,.'���.���.', o'o ���>'hw��t.&
FOR EUROPE
(J. ti    ,n���n, -.tf i.f. j i!ori   :;* rtviuy..-' n  .     ^      a
Froi* - Montreal  and YMi$or\ eAry
T,WiJ-_5vWi' s-d 8smWo#. rt,
IF YMrARS OOIlW A��YW*4l_lJ!.
wrlWfer IHIiStrirtedIbor Book to
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,u, >*\n*vmwmm
Agent. C.olden.
Mr. Arthur Haniiltou was the lucky
winner of the shot gun which was
raffled last Saturday night..
The wagon road tb Moberly is finished.' Those ivho have been over the
road ssy it Is a first class job.
The weather during the week has
been wet and disagreeable. Considerable snow hss fallen in the mountains.
���a	
Mr. John McMillan, watchmaker,
has i-pved to new quarters opposite
the Columbia House. He guarntets
all work.
We' most apologize for tbe inferior
quality of paper used this week. The
freight service is not fast enough to
suit us.
The first anniversary services of the
Methodist Church were held oh Sunday
afternoon and evening. The school
wss tsstefully decorated with flowers,
kindly loaaed for the occasion.
Mr. W, H. Lee hss retujned from
his mine st Dossld. He hss formed s
company of good men, some of them
Calgariarnr, snd tbs work of develop-
ijijt is now proceeding. The essays
have been very satiefactory.-Caigary
Hst-slik-'!'"  ���   ���  ��� ��� It
0    '   'ii-   .       i UM I'll    i'i futs    ���
I'Dr. Robertson, of Wjnnipefi, Super-
httendent of Mission* of the Presby-
terlsn Church, preeohed In the Pi-esby-
'^Isn Church last Sunday morning.
gave ii'brief sketch of the work the
urch was doing ih Ibis Western
>untry, quoting statistics to show its
The Oddfellows picnic last Saturday
passed,off .very pleasantly and was a .
debided success, although the party
was not any larger than it should
have been, Tbe weather was all that ,
could have been desired and everyone
was in a happy mood. The Duchess
left hw moorings shortly after 9 o'clock
ami proceeded up the river to the Little
Mill, which was reached about noon.
Here we tied up and the lunch, baskets
were brought forth snd the picnickers
dispersed iu groups to partake of the
good things which the baskets con*
taiued. Lunch being ever one and all
started on a prospecting tour over tha
hills for birds and beiries, and while
the berries were numerous the birds
were few and far between. At half
past three the signal for stragglers te
get on board was given snd a few
minutes later we were homeward
bound. Nothing eventful marked thr
journey home and we were safely landed on the Golden shore st 5 o'cloak.
KCHO-S Or THE PICNIC.  .
Thanks Bro. Warren for your
thoughtfulness in supplying s rig for
the conveyance of the baskets to the
wharf, ���   iii
. The  officials of  the Steamboat Co.,
were courteous and obliging.
A little music on the boat ttftli
have added to the enjoyment of the
party.
Instructions in the art of eating pie
will he given free on application at the -
post office���lemon pie a specialty.
Some of the party amused themselves by shooting st floating ties, and
they '-never touched them."
The "Doctor" from Field mads bim*
self very sociable with the ladies.
THR IIAML'K.
The dance In theeveningiras largely
attended and commenced at 9 o'clock
sharp and as the time at the disposal
of the dancers was limited, the best
possible use wss made of it. Waltses,
Bon Tons, Jerseys, Ripples, snd
Schottisches followed each 'other in
quick succession and it was with a
sigh ol regret that the floor manager
announced the last dance at a quater
to twelve, at. the conclusion of which
God Save The Queen wss sung and nil
went home voting it to have been s
most enjoyable dance. The Oddfellows wish to thank ull those who
assisted in a musical way at the
dunce.
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Smith-At Trail Creek, West. Kooto
nay, August 13th, Marguarete
Brownrigu, only child of T. A. L.
and Mrs. Smiih. aged'iyvai's.
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-Sa-a-S-- i-The pt-IScn l&ia
The <"i��ljl)l)��f_fU in |ijWir-l��'.l -r-ery
tturday morula-,'in t' no i" <���-'ijti-.ii the east
id westmattrWiias, lib. ihu.alml for; the.
>per cnuufry, Tiii'Iur'au'ix., 1*'..ri i-fii-i-ie i tc
is the only intra-Wong .<tt-.li.nii in llieliu.it
ootemiy iiistii.M.
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Toronto,   Sept.   3.
Uo-aslund,   B.C.,   to
inormnMsays :     It is ui
English; .apitalists havi
is froi
orld this
rStood th:
opeued'��eg
Suhseripljiui  IiUims :
DVANO-,	
f2.it) |hu- annum IN
Advertisomenfis ami rliHngOH must be in
ie office sotlater than li * iti, ��h Tlinrwl-.y
��� insure uisei-timi.
tint ions for the purchase of the famous
Jusie rniue for SM.OOO. This -would
I bring the stock over one, dollar, and it
:-   -' J-   "-=  '-- :-   anticipation ol
These capital-
mjnes as .well,
Messrs. Jones, Warren and Burke,
who are controlling the West Lerio
und Josie, will sell.     General. Warren
is already higher in
completion of the deal,
ists  are  after oi her
All cash to Im iJ-ii-J t��, .the M-m-wer, from said the price was higher than reported
lweitlie0.i.*uiiiiy*iMK<Si|>t-��rlirlie.'l.iiiiiieil.   ...'.���_ ������_i   _,���.m I-.A-i-Ij��_-K
Ailvertisornnut pita* mail* Itiuiwu un appli-
atiar to
Ike Ufa Ert fullistiiii- Cnprni:, - - '
SATURDAY. SEPT. 12, 16919.
A   MODERN   KOMANCK.
London, Sept. 8.���-Capt. Hunter, of
,he British steamship Nonpariel,which
arrived at New Port, Monmouthshire,
from Cayenne, French Guiaiia, reports
that. Capt. Albert Dreyfus, formerlyof
the French' army, and attached to the
ministry of war, and who was sentenced to be publicly degraded and confined for life in a fortress after having
been convicted bv court martial of selling plans of French fortifications,
mobilisation schemes, etc.. to foreign
governments, escaped from the Isle du
Grand, Saliit, where' lie was taken
after, leaving Isle de Ra, off tbe French
coast.' '
Iii an interview, Capt,1 Hunter is
quoted as saying that Dreyfus escaped
on board an American schooner, and1
with the help of his'wife, former!, a
Minlle. Hadtiamnrd, and the daughter
of wealthy parents. Mde. Dreyfus, at
tho urgent request of the prisoner, received permission from the French
government to join her husband at his
place Of' imprisonment, and in due
course of time arrived at Cayenne,
well supplied with funds. Captain
Dreyfus was arrested in Ootober, 1894,
was tried by court martial and wss
sentenced to be publicly degraded and
confined in a fortress for life. His
formal degradation took place on Jan.'
5, 1395. on the parade grounds of the
military school ami ih (he presence of
5,000 troops. His sword was broken,
his buttons and insignia of rank were
cut off and he was compelled to go
through what is known as the "execi-
tion r parade,"''being marched with
drums beating along the four sides of
the square composed of the soldiers detailed to witness, his punishment. . He
wus cursed., M .a. traitor but always
maintained his innocene and claimed
that it would eventually be proven, a
belief tlist was shared by s number of
people at the time, it Iieing claimed
that he had been made the victim of a
foul conspiracy. Mde. DreyfuB was
also it firm believer iu the innocence Of
her hut>biuid, And when she reached
Cnyenne, the French authoiities offered her th* use >>f a steam launch to
take her to the Grand Salot islands,
where her husband's prison was situ-
a leu; but, she dcclit'ed.eaying that she
wished to become accustomed to the
climate birforo going to the island.
Thereupon the steam launch left Cayenne. According to Capt. Hunter Mde
Dreyfus must have lost no. time ip perfecting plans for her husband's escape,
or else she must have had assistance
from persons who had reached Cayenne
before her; for the same night,.he says
an American schooner, , with Milo,
Dreyfus.on board ?pW'rf4.,Q?i {ir.nna
Salut, island, sent a boat ashpre and
brought'off' no' only the, r-risoner, hut
several"^ .t'***'ii'ln'"ll,*A,,,J? nad; ~*Sn T'
tailedjoguarji' Jijnt,^a-i-^nntiy-prov-
ing oouciusiveiy^ tl-at^everything was
arranged for the escape of Capt. Dreyfus   before  his wife reached Cavenne,
and that the deal would be completed
on Monday. George Gooderha.h, the
Toronto tuillioiiaire, who has over
lus If a million invested in ths mines
round Rosslaiid, declared in an interview, that the country had an immense future. Enough ore was now
actually in sight to keep up the boom
for years, and all that is wanted is
improved transportation facilities.   ,'���'���
lint
, ,    '   Prospector ��il? Mlii-jr.
A mining engineer, who olaims to
huve' studied the difference between, it
prospector and a miner, defines them
as follows, says tbe Scientific Press:
'-A prospector watches every piece of
float and studies its source, knowing
that it never e.nie up hiil, arid he Sees
things that no one else would notice
to tell which way the .straws are
pointed. The minuteness of his detection is marvellous. On the other
jhand, the miner sees nothing on the
surface, or the formation of the country, and could ndt even seleot a nice
rich cropping if he were to stumble
upon it, but when he gets inside ol a
tunnel ho can take out, the best ore in
the shortest time. His instinct serves
bim well, but ho sees nothing until he
gSts underground. A good prospector
is seldom a good miner and vice versa.
The two are opposite ahd distinct
their lines of action."
Mrs. E. .E.-Davis, of. Sin Migilel,
Cal., savs: u ''I am trying in a measure to repay the manufacturers ef
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for the
great good their remedy has done me.
For years I was a constant sufferer
from weak lungs and bronchial asthma. My rest at night was disturbed
by a backing .cough, so, that I felt
miserable the greater part of the time.
Many remedies recommended by friends
were tried, none of which'proved Suitable to my case. I did not experience
any' beneficial results i until I, began
taking Chamberlain's, Cough Remedy.
After two bottles of the large sise
have lieen used I am pleased to state,
my health is better than it has been
for years. The soreness-has left my
lungs and chest am} I can breathe
easily. It has doue me so much good
that I want all who are suffering from
lung troubles, as I was, to give it a.
trial," For sale by Druggists Langley A Co., Wholesale Agents, Victoria
and Vancouver.   '
The Orand Army.
St. Paul, Minn.. Sept. 3.-Nearly
40,000 Grand Army veterans tram lied
the streets of St. Paul fer several
hours yesterday, renewing the associations of their youth . and feeling in
their veins the martial spirit that animated them in the old'days. The day
was sn idea| one for marching, the
warm rays of the sun being behind the
clouds nearly sll day, and a slight
breeze making the tramp much easier
for those in line. It was 11:80 when
the head ol the parade reached the
grand reviewing'Stand at Smith Park,
and 2.25 in the afternooo when the
last post in the big eight division, coa-
wining Minnesota's veterans, .'had
passed, and there was scarcely s nd-
ticeable break in the line, post follow-'
ing post, nnd department coming after
department in almost endless succession. ' The enlivening music and the'
-"'- . p...   '    -*:'7;-l"
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' Th|^isual^evening%ervjice will
held W-mdrroW in St_ Patjts Chu
-* qiriHo j' .   ,���"*���.,.,���...�����*.-... �������..���
at 7:30 o clock.
...Sea-ice will, be conducted, ia the
Pra8byte.--i.au Chqrch , by Rey. T. Sv
Glassford,1 B.A., tomorrow morning
at-10 o'clock.
Methodist ser-yice wili-lje bold lp tfie
school "house to-Wrrtfw iyj-ii^gjef
7:30 o'clock.''
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Cansral and llsnnns DebUftj,
W-altMasofBodT
Mini . Effect. _f
t-.n-��.h
er Young.    Robust,
mn^atit
large aad !
Week, Ui
Organs sn-j _. _ ..
Body.. AbsobtslrBD.
.-ling Hope Treat,
���ou���Benefits la a
afrs&MtlS
OamaZtSSX-
������llsd (scaled) mT^
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__ ERIE MEDICAL CO., BitUll, LT..
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on
Gold Quart*
215i
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ond fullest par-
fair kwiples,
position
tionlars  arid	
W.Thos.Ne;
Care of��ffl
Goldei
t.K'l
o-dnl
adies lid ipileme^he alive to
yoor own jSiteresjfrlJ Thejjrhas recently^
been' discovered, Krid-is now for sale by
the undersigned, a truly wonderful
oHSW'-Groivei^-* KHd- -'Coniplexion-
!*Whvitesii(g.'! Tl>.is "Hair Grower" will
actually grow hair on a bald head in
S|x peeks by tketise ol this wonqeriui
"IBair Grower." It will also prevent'
tlie hair from falling.     By -jnir[#&s.of
TABLE
SkewlaR tU. data, and plaaaa at Coayta ������---
of Ami aro, Nlal Prim, Oyer und Terr .,
miner, nnd General daol U��llvery
for the Year 1800.	
SpbikoAssix-f.n,
'*">' /-"'ll ^
:i'-iT.iIeiiilfi.y''.
tills excellent remcidv boys raistr mi ox- i New Westminster. Tuesday
cellent moustache iu six weeks. Ladies
if yon want.i',��prpi-i--i*i|--. l-,ei,id,. of hair,.
have ft inu-iediate|y' by tho.use, of this
"Hair'fjlrpwer.l" .We also sell a '.'Com-
hplexion Whitening" that' will in oho
.ibntli's,' time1 make yoi as-clear and
white as fheJ skin can be made. W*
peVer knew a lady or gentleman to use
twolbottles of "Whitening," for they
all say ,that beforo they finished th^
seconp tat".'���) they vyere .��8,wfilt^' as
they woiitd' wish to*. Alter 'tlie use
of this "Whitening," the skin will forever retain its color. It alse removes
freckles, etc., etc. The "Hair Growfer"
is 50 cents per bottle, and tlie "Face
Whitening'' 50 cents per bottle. Either
of these""Tr��me|ie��j wfll''*(fe seht'fo any
address ,.0k re|e|i��l of j^.-\.^di_jw
allordetsto���)'    ...        |    ,;
 k A j/rVan, -^ "���
201 Divisiok 8tb__t, Otawa, Omt,
Attos-nbv-Gbnisi-Ai.'s Ofpicb,
j, ,,, t  ....    JouelPth, l��!Xi,
NOTICE.
Disputed LaniiS' i-vBai^wav Belt.
.r,i Kooteiiny Uiani ict.   - hi il
Lot 6, Group I(j'-SSw*JSil'*.fo.Farwell
Original graiiiee', Arthur Staiiilope
Farwell,.  	
Lot 7, Group I. ���Original grantee,
Gustavus Blin Wright.
Yale District (Kamloops Division).
A-lvVite^irrjjHmijjtly
investiglute r>protnisiiig fj-tis-
pects and, close a deal imme-
diatOl'���/��� On ^tisfabtOiH'. ^i��li S M 518, Group I.-Original grantee,
"      ----���>   r        George Bohun Martin.
Lot 626, Group I-Original grantee,
Gustavus Blin Wright.
" 'Lot.,497, Group I -Original grantee,
Gustavus Blin Wright.
Lot 629. Group I - Original grantees,
ffsu.es Mcintosh,William B.II Wits'ou,.'
aLot 452, Group I - Original gran'i'fsi
Giorge Byrnes.
.-Lot 525, Group I Original grantee,
Charles Edward Perry.
Lot 628, Group I Original grantee,
William Arthur Beddoe.
Lot 49S. Group I Original grantees,
Simon John Tunstall, James K. Call-
breath.
Arrangements having been made between the   respective   Governments of,
���JfiflS-r  : ���_*-���)    >    ''.'''���   tbb Dominion of Canada and the Pro*
Vancouver .
Clinton ....
Vi-tbrift ....
Kaiijlor-ps..
Vernon. ,���.*.,.
��N��lsbn ..:.
���Donald..'.,'
Ql'
y
12th May
19th May
-5t*h May
-llth May
"1
TiU'sday
,.,. . Moudj-y
!. .^'.Tiiei-day
 Monday.,.. 1st June
;..1.,Monday;.....8th June
.... Monday... 15th June
. ..Monday...22ml June
���Special Assize.
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FOR SALE or  ' '
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An Improved Ranch,
follO fi 911! lNIi$4/i:/
I East Kootenay, B.C.
'    'liu.' "    - v    '.').. in '
Lot 272,. Grpup 1, known .as the.
Canrian 'Ranch, 319 acres of bottohi
land situate at the month -of Sinclair
Creek, Columbia Riyes>.,(si-n- buildings
etc.   Apply to
BOD WELL* IRVING,
Solicitors, Victoria, B.C.
Or to,A. ft M. 8PRAGGE,
Solicitor, Donald, B,C.,
ji.
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said  the stirring martial sound of "ihe veteran
k__.ii-�� - .;������. ��� i ^iTi.it^jK_n_��s_ni_tf__f_,_t_->tj|
Continuing   Cant (
schooner then   left the ��oast, heading _rUm corps  signalH tlii
in a no^ly_.tireAH_n, arid It ih be-,^,, mjj^&ft ^ jpiMrd
lieve4-~.bsv.-0apti.in Drerfns and lus   .������,_. ji ��'< m/jT  !l mi.L- '.-I ill
faithful (i^\imvrV^ko wMm ">0UtiA..w?*yi,
elWoipmWir^Jimamm
LANS MCOtOINgOO^W^TSU^e^
''\AA .'l-i
Columbia whereby
owners of lands In above named districts deriving their titles through
origin..! grantees from the Provincial
Government may obtain confirmatory
grart's of said lands from the Dominion Governmeut, notice is hereby given
that all persons owning land* as aforesaid are requested to forward their
applications for such grants forthwith
to the undersigned, togethet with
their title deeds or authenticated copies
thereof, in order thst the same may be
examined, and releases ana surrenders
^^-^Fr-iiiTH,
Deputy Attorney General.
Edithatiom Office,
         Victoria, May 4th, -89C..
NOTICE is hereby given that the annual examination of candidates
'tor certificates,��! quali-cation to teach
in the Public,'Schools rf the Province
will he held a8 follows,eoinineiiCiBg oo
Friday, July 3rd, l8W, at 9 a.m. _-
Victoria In Sonth Park ScHool Boilding
Vancouver- Is High School Building.
Kamloops   In Public School BuiWinv-
Eiurh 'appl-^nt-muat%~^_f4: S notice, tairty flays .before the exAniina-
tion. stniiriK/^he'.''class snd grade of
ccMilioiiie fc*i*w)|i(-h he w(ll bira csn-
didate, the optrolMil sbhiiel*'selcctedP
uud at. whicli i~f the above nuiiied
plsirns lie will attend.
Every notice o( intention to be an
npplicaut must bo accompanied witb
satisfactory testimonial of moral
clim'Soter.
Candidates   are   notified that ail ,
the  above  requirements must be f
filled before tbelr  applications
Hied.
All candidates for First Class, Gi
A. Certificates, including Gradua
insist attend -in 'Victoria to take
Siibjects presoribad for. July 14th a
15th Instants, asd to undergo requir
���jral i����niiniitiifins.
S. D POPE,
-    Superinteiidetit xif Edm-aiTo
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���JTION 'OF; l>IFEC-n()'& ;
NOTICE.
a
Provincial SeeretsryV Oflico,
18th May, 1898.
NOTICE   is  hereby   given that tb
rescission of the operation of tlii
.'rOffloial Scalers' Aot, 1894." will take
effect   frpra  entailer the
June,
'II
THE  following  cxtrart   from    tba
"Health Act, IHPil." is published
for general informal loo by direction of
'the Provincial Board of Health:
.. '���Sec, 69. Whenever any householder
knows  that   anv   person within his
family or household hss the small pox,
diphtheria, scarlet fever, cholera, or
typhoid fever, be shall (subject in case
of  refusal   or neglect to tho penalties
provided by tub-section (2) of w-ction
981   within   twenty-four   hours  give
nolle- 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 nl the
Medical Health" Officer or by a com*
i :.,indention addressed to hiin und duly
...   ...uiiiil.'d within t.|iMi.iieabove S|.��'.ifled,
i snd in case them is no Medical Health
Officer, ilieu   tr;   tlie; Lpcnl   Board of
Health.''
Sub-section (2> of si-ction 9h\ provides
I |IU0, or iinprisopnient for-
fqrl |e|leot  tJrfpor^ai
"jt
r.i  Healtl
Ufcited' Stutes
v
I appearance of various favorites
tion   on the
L^TSdmie^naR^2, j and artistic work done
��� .w5iil<>->   tni*:, ^ '
Get your Printing- done 'at
Neat
done cheap.
ekk-i-O-i M��f*iS_�� WOMEN.
We pay $(> to 110 per week for
easy home work. Child can do it. Nu
Scheme, Books oh Pi.iihi.inii. This is
bono fid*. Send stamp lor work and
particulars at ones. THE SEYMOUR
SUPPLY CO., Masonic Temple, Cam
den, N J,
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ffoticeto Taxpayers.
���
��� Assessment Aot and Provincial
Revenue Tax..
li
Do.vald Division of East Kootenav
Distbict.
NO-TICE-
ft9nll
lloatlenror fldrtlMafc
H
ot ti*
provenience.
glltu-Ut*** itavb*.
'TIOE is hereby given, in accordance with   the Statues, that Pro-
Incial Revenue Tax and all taxes
evied  under  tbs- Assessment Aot are
ow due foi-the yeir 189(5.   All of the
hove named taxes collectable within
the Donald Division of East Kootenay
distriot, are  payable at my office, the
Q Court House, Golden. . s ,. f
Assessed taxes are collectable at the
following rates, viz.:
If paid on or before June 30th 1896 :
One half of one per cent on real pro-
irty.
Two  per  oent on assessed value of
ildland.   gTlllSI    {ji EflfiH    ll
One third of one per cent on person-
1 properly.
One half of one per oest oi income.
If paid after June 30th 1896-
Two-thirds  of  one per cent on real
���roperty. ..,.���.- l'A; ) A J
Two and one half per oent on assessed value of wild laud.
One halt of one par cent,on personal
liroperiy.1' " !'''  ;  "'       j~-      " 'J "
' Three-fourths of one  cr cent on in
ome. .      '���
Provincial   Biveuue Tax $.1.00 per
apita.
.���XC. LANQ,-
Assessomtid Collectol*.
oldeu, January 2nd, 189').
EXCELSIOR. MINERAL  CLAIM.
Take notice that I, Walter Dainard,
free miner's certificateNo. 47839, intet.-,
60 days from the date hereof, to apply to
the Gold Commissioner for a certificate
of improvements, for the purpose of
obtaining a Crown grant of the above
claim.
And further take notice, that adverse
.aims must be SBrjt-tq the Mining Recorder and action commenced before
the issuance of such certificate of improvements.
Dated this seventh day of December
1895.
;.... ��� ' IXWalter Dainard,
By his agent, F. W. Aylmer.
Hon. J. A. Louoiibed, Q,C.
i-'-ii jUcCarter.
Loagheed  A  J-cCs.rtet*,
Bu-riaters, Advocates, Sol (tors. Notaries
::,,,���:    ��� ,��te.���.��tq.,
Solicitors for Bank   . Montreal.
CaIjOarv,, - N.W.T.
APpHcHtlnn   for] Cftltl.-t.-a ot Im*
provementa.
U-IPJipcl*"'     ~j~'    .",!"/?      -���
Hj^b-eN'-i-msWHUR-^ - jS utii^sR*
AL   CLAIMS.
i; ^iliof-w M^^who\\u,
free miner's certificate No. 47848, intend
60 days from���d��te hpreSf,' to apply to
the Gold Co,m'inij-ioneijifor certificates
of improvements' for the purpose of
obtaining ��r,own grants of above
olaims. (���'���( ri ��� J ���!. ,,. j ��� u
1' And further take notice tnat adverse
claims must be sent to the Mining Re
corder'and action commenced before
the issuance of such certificates of im*
proveineuts.
Thos. Jones,	
By bis agent F. W. Aylmer.
Dated  this Uth day of December,
1895,
R. J. JEPHSOIV,     "';
D.L.8. A_P.L.8. for B.C. DOMINION A
PHOVINCIAL LAND���' 8UHVKYOH,
Draughlsniim, Valuator.etc;, CALGARY,
N.W.T.   Correspondence Solicited.
R.J.Jei'H80N, D.1j.8.,P.L.8. of B.C. -Ont.
Caloary, Alba.
P. LEAKE,
mining Mutineer,
. A | HnllOrgl-t.
Reports on properties a Specialty.
Golden, B.C.    ,. , ��
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A HANDY PROSPECTOR'S FURNACE.
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v    W-��les��le��nd Metnll
Bl^TC-ilRS.
Guttle, Sheep and
Horse Dealers.
GOLDEN, B. C.
NOTICE.
i the Supreme Court of British Columbia, re Connacher,���Connaoher
vs. Pither.
I      ' Pursuant to an order of the Supreme
Jourt ArVMritish Colombia mads in the
!      matter,; of the estate of  Henry Con-
Flincher' in the suit of Coiuiacher vs
ipitheri The'e��toWf&.iry:ri��S.
i.iaoher;- late of 'Golden, in the District
bf Kootenay. hotel keeper, deceased,
Who - died on or shout the month of
lanaa-y,, 1895, sre , on or before the
irst d��y of April, in!)', 'to'seija by,
Kigisters.l letter, to A. G.M. Spragge,
ft Donsld, in the District of Kootenay,
rtritish   Columbia,  the' solicitor  for
{fames, Slovens Connaoher, the above
lamed   plaiotif, ' the ekeeutor of 'the
���decerned, their Christian and suruame
���r-J-iddress-r.  ssd dieeriptioMS. .thef-ll
"iiarticulsrs of thsir clairss.a statement
>'if  their  accounts, and the nature of
7n the securities (if sny) held by them or
-���������* o default thereof they will be peremp-
rerilly excluded from ths benefit of the
-aid  order.     Every creditor holding
any   security  is to produce tbe same
before James Ferguson   Armstrong,
Registrar of the County Court at Don-
aid,   the  Referee  appointed  by   the
re5 Court   to   take the accounts and en-
re quiriss  undsr  tho  aaid order, at his
aQchambers at the Court House at Donald in the Province of  British Columbia on tbe 8th  day of  Aoril, 1889, nt
ten   o'olaok  iu tha forenoon being the
time appointed 'or adjudication on the
ssid claims.
Dated at  Donali.in theDJstrlel
Kootei
NOTICE!
Notice of Application tor Certilieute.
of Improvements.
Silicon: AND LANdASTER MINERAL
CLAIMS.
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Take notice ths{ *> J0'"1 McRae,
frjw'ir-inliipr*s .; certificate ' No:-: .'8445*
tttjeMi1f fjji^..days fro^ti (tW; :,<!��.
nSrdaf, to apply to the -Bold Commissioner for certificates of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
Crown, grants of the above claims.
And further take notice that 'adverse
claims must be sent to the Mining-Recorder, and action commenced before
the issuance of suoh certificates of improvements, fi to   '   r
John McRae,
IIA
Dated this 14th day of December,
1894.
ur
CooteAy, British Collin
Isyo^&y.f.^
J. F. ARMSTRONG,
Referee appointed under the ssid! order.
SWd^W
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HOURS FOR CONSULTATION.
From 9:30 s.m. to 11 a.m.
<���      2 p.m. " 4 p.m.
i,        1      li    ii   H    ii
' Sunday from 10 a.m. to 12 m., and
>:<,tWAftmtf$Wln:yih
oitMrniitifa ba5 f
I    From 2:80 p.m. to 8 #p.m., dai
sxcspt Monday snd Saturday.
...  lilt/..   .
;y   ORES ...
copper    . . WANTED.
Write for prices.   Give assays, etc.
STATE ORB SAMPLING CO.,
DENVEII.   VOLO.
J. SMART     CO.
Undertakers and
��� ������... Embalmers,  *
Calgary     - Alba
TEI.BOSIAPII   order's  promptlV
'," ATTENDED   to.
The attention of Prospectors and Miners is called to tne merits .
improved apparatus, for testing and smelting various kinds of ores l
a s, also separating and refining base bullion, etc     ��� '���'���������''    A   .'' ?���'.
Manufactured by a chemist and metallurgist who thoroogbl'- Mdf-ftaadfJ
the wants of tbe assayer, the prospector, the miner, the��htei��li|l:IOr.lr'"
teat;, tor all furnace work, such as smelting, scorifying, coupeltlng,
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 and metal spouts, wind supply
pipe and knock-down bottom. ;   :,      '. ������;���*  ���;       .���"
It is of the cupola type, with extension when smelting ores)'capacity J000
to 5000 pounds per heat; also smaller size* capacitv from 100 to 200 'poinds
per heat, according to the character of cres. ;������"'.������;, i
The Advantages In Practice are as Follows;
This furnace is constructed by and for a prospector, who requiies a serviceable furnace, easily transported over a mountainous country .by. a pack burro,
that is complete and ready to be'set up at any dump of low grade ores, that
otherwise will not pay to ship, and make his good pay out of one to two tone
of ore a day.
On low-grade ore. picked nt the dump, till, little furi-nee will pay for Itself every week, besides wages and expenses. I jet someone else do the risk io
mining, and stick to a certainity.
What We Furnish and What it Costs.
A Handy Prospector's Furnace, 3 feet in diameter by 5 feet high, cupola
type with knock-down bottom, made of No. 10 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, 40.crucible, one blacksmith's forge blower, geared complete in iron
frame, to supply blast hy hand-power for the furnace.
The entire outfit complete, ready to be set up, delivered on board cars
St. Louis, will cost  ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS NET.     Terms i     125 0
cash with order, balance draft Attached with bill of lading;   the smaller siz
100 to 800 Pound* Capacity. Cost 94*1.00 Net.
Terms:   $20.00 cash with order, balance draft attached to bill of lading; 5
per cent discount for cash with order.
I   Printed Directions and instructions as to setting up furnace, fluxing
material, fuel, smelting operation, separating and refining of base bullion, etc..
FUK.NISHED 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 Chemical Redaction Weeks.
Jil-Lw*!.	
FRUITS & VEGETABLES.
Golden City Bakery.
|   Fresh Bread Dally.
Golden Hospital Society.
���it ��������.'..:������-.
���THE HOSPITAL is now open for the
admission of patients. ~   '
TICKETS may be had from the under
signed or Sny member of the
committee.
PRICE Ten Dollars per year or Six
Dollars per half year.
NO EXTRAS except private wards.
C. H. PARSON,
r Acting Secretary.
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FROM THS TM gUjjt TO THt T1A COS
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original
If-rour-rracsr 4aca aot keep It, Isll Wss teeth* to
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/ ' h tnirikrmnl lirast Uat, Toronto.
QOPVKIOHTS,
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The modern standard Family Medi-
cifie: Cures the
common eycryH*Jay
ills of humanity.
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GOMMERCIAL
PRINTING
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Job    Depetrtmer|t
���:o:��� OF - :o:���
The GOLDENEI^A
id
GOLDEN SASH & DooR FACTORY _
MACHINE SHOP.
Maniifactui-ers of Sash. Doors, Mouldings
Turned and Sawn Balusters, Newel Posts, Hand Sails and
Brackets.   All sizes of glass in stock.
The Machine and Blacksmith Shop are prepared to do
all kinds of repairs as soon as possible. All sizes of Pipe
Fitting and Brass Goods on hand.
Wagon Repairs, Poles, Shafts, Axles, Spokes & Felloes,
Hickory and Maple Plank.
n
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HOUSTON  Cm  CO.
���seseooaeeooeeeooeoooesoeeoeooeeesooeHHMMiiiiseoeeeeeoesoonMHiHini.
$100 REWARD
��� ��� ���  ��� ��� 	
It has come to our knowledge that certain persons, for the purpose of helping
Iping
from
���*.a*-Vetting Shorey's clothihg and thereby damaging our reputation,
We therefor, wish to give notice to ot customers and the publi
we will prosecute, to the full rigour Of the lnw, any o-e vhom we can prove
We therefore wish to give notice Io oir customers and the public, that
t will prosecute, to the full rigour of the lnw, env o-e vhom we can prove
to have done this, and we will pay a reward of $100.00 to the person
... 111 -1 ._ ....jx���..... rj *_(--*-*.- . !���, _���__,_._ -j: j-;- . j*>���	
who will give 03 sufficient evidence io convict any dealer of this offence.
0 H SHOREV ft CO., Montreal.
,1    It... -Wo na apandlar a tnat Ssai rl tneoey to maka tht wt Hi. et ...r rimliln-; kaowo I i
'*���       loth, public.nawtimi.t upon d.al.r��(jivln��r*->rlewh.t Uuy ..ii lor. '   ' i
ciciimsi MiseceseccceiciicscM > mi n��Miniiii 1
am ft a
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.[]   Awarded;     i  ,;, 11
Highest Honors-World's Pair.
DU
CREAM
BAKING
POWDIR
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Crape'Crearii of Tirtit Powder.
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant,
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
Toronto.' Sept. B.i-'nepirt'wA U-srit
I to Niagara Kails 10 interview Earl Li,
Ibni tlie Chinese viceroy turned the
, taoloi' om t,heei-eporter,' for the Globe
liunl interviewed him, asking him so
, many; i|uestious about the country
thst the rep liter could gtk very little
information1. Ho-sljed Li if hi's'trip
would lead (0 ! extender)".. triide. wir-h
Chiiiii. and thiKwl said of, cqiir��<e'it
would. 1     " i i��wo_      .. .'
-fake Ga-.t-aur Clmoiplon.
-Jake
j    Pijniey, Eng,,. September Jj.-
���Gaud ni-   of 'W5n'to,-''t'lie'ilj|-iaiiipion
���aiMiirin of Ameriua, uftar ainostdls-
prer jiipli-iinrinj.:' i-il'r'M vl-stfcr'd'ity '6v6r a' four
11 iif 1 !|-iiii|iionslii|icoiii;se frpln I-u'tiiby
to   Mo'itliike,"ili-feated   Stansbiiiry .of
Australia, who .weentlyi heat -KWag"
ottawa   notmn. H��rding   for ilieSKliiiiiij.ibnstUpof1 tlie
world. Tlie race was for the world's'
championship, Si.uOO- siid the Sports-
man imp. The Weather: ivas as dismal
as could be. There was �� foot, a pro-,
test "of- which was disregarded, and
Oa'ndiiur 'Won liy'1 20 - leh**jhs itj''i|_
minutes and, one second. ,       i,
Mr. It. L. Richardse'n I.as given
notice of n question tc the go.eminent
asking .wlmilii'r it is their intention to
establish' a two 1*1,t postage rule for
letters throngliout the Dominion, '.''.'
A., despatch under date of Tuesday
says: Col. Baker, minister of mines
and agriculture foi* British Coulinbia,
and several meml-t-i-s of ��� arliiuuerit,,
will have an interview*, with the,.premier and .his colleagues to-IMsjrt'O'* to
urge the pstublishiiintit ol a Doi-tuiiiou
mining bureau.
In the house oh T es'duy Tii*.f er
a-iked if any progress hud been made
in regard to tlie1 appointment of a Mifi*
ister of the Interior.
Prowler -L'4ui*ici- ] replied -1 will be
able to give nn answer, to the lion,
gentleman en Thursday. ,( .        ���
It   is reported in government circles
that   Hon/t- Mr.   Si'fton and Hon. Mr.
will   proceed   to Ottawa this
The Queen bus consented tb receive
ihe minister petition of, the W.C.T.TJ.
protesting against, the traffic of alcoliol
'���ftdopiun*-, ������t,i   nm ni ooi
Martin
Last August while working in the
field I becameoverheated, wns ��ridden-,
ly attacked with cr..:nps mid was
nearly dead. Mr. Cuinuiiiigs, the
.'.riignist, gave me a does of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera . aud | Diarrhoea
Remedy which completely relieved mo
I now keep a buttle of the remedy
handy. ' A. M. Bunnell, Centreville,
Wash. -For sale by Druggists Langley & Co., Wholesale Agonis, Victoria
and Vanuourer.
NMVS   NOTE*..
ML TESTS
/.ND ASSAYING
jConilni-^in ���|U';iis; l^iiiicjips.liy
W.    PELLEW-HARVEY,   F.C.S.
(M.N. Eng. liiHt.-t. _ M. _., ' ''    '
Siiinpltw tested lip to 200 lbs.   Certificates
direi'.t to clients. ��� ��� _ 1, ��� '������  bdSvAQBl-m
ID       .   GOLDEN- AG_N-*I
A. J. Hopkins, Alejcander Block.
iMrs. .8.''i_|jK-ll,of _"-lta8-*;',Ca].
bad ihabadiuirk -to-apw-"- hasiankler
'J tried several-liuitn-.n|8,",(s,l)e says,
"but was:not cured nntil I used Cham-
herlainf-h, ^jn Balm*, *r*a|!r��we<ly
cured, nie and I lake pleaaiirein reco.m-
mending it and testifying to its efficacy.'; This medicine is also of great
value for rheumatism, lame back, pains
in| the ches^rj^'l'sjftaniall.^eep-
seated and muscular pains. For sale
;by |)rftg^s ' L��itg.ily it. 'fto;, Wholei-
sale 'AgeVits.'Victeria1 and Vii|Bebu-.r,
I'T*
AND
NOTIOE.
In the   County 'Coirrt   of Kootenay
liolden at -Donald,
No. 88 of 1896.
In ithe matter of August Tas. deceased,
and
In the matter of the "Official Administrators' Act." Dated 24th day of
' August A. D. 1896.
Upon   .reading    the affidavits  of
William James Lappa1.' and James, F.
Arm8,t--od
Armstron
t.he Couril
enay, SflalldS AdmitiJstrator o'ffhll Snd
sin-fulHl*' the "goods, chattels and
credits of August Tas deceased, and
that this ;0-der be paHished'in iHo
Oolden  Era' for. tne period of tbirtv
f��jB19J��9~U  omoti
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Practical Intonation
not_ce.
m\im'Y-liletWg.
'diiy 1
(Signed.)   ,;.-*-* <IJ0,3
CLEMENT J. CORNWALL,
 TS
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The   adjourned   an
the   Goideu   Hospital  Society will Ik)
held  in  tho School House on Mondajj
evening, Sept. Hth at (8 o'clock.
''   'Chas. -il. -PitiOMtN,
Acting Secretary.
CERTIFICATE OF THE REGISTRA*
Tj(ON0PAlWRE)iGN GQ4_-A^Y. i
*Co.Mi'.\Ni"_li' Ao-r," Part iv.,1 amu
���AMUNTilSTrACtS:     	
Giacobini has discovered a now comet, l)       I /!���'     1 I       ���'���'..
Percy Gaunt, song uriter and dramatist is dead.
British troops iu Matsbeluluud are
accused of atrocious cruelty.
Great Britain's debt has lieen reduced ��134,000,000 iu 20 years.
Two men accused of minder were
lynched at Glencoe, Minnesota, ou
Tuesday.
A. G. Whitehead, the released Irish
political prisoner, has been found at
Cork ""'
Montreal wants a permanent mining
bureau maintained by the Dominion
government.
Eleven men were killed nnd several
seriously Injured at a fire at Benton
Harbor, Michigan.
Hon. Joseph Chamberlain denies
rumor of his intended resignation from
the British cabinet. ,
Arrangements have been completed
for the new steamship service between
Canada and Belgium.
Que_nM ^bm'Tft-' SehtVspecial
messagertt} ^l: Jf���}���!$- l-rotestiug
against tlio Armsuiiifl wassacies.
An ;attempt, to rob a train..near Sa-,
cramento, Cal., was frustrated by the
engineer, who shot and killed one of
the bandit's. |,
t\i   (liiiu-tU
"    MARRIRD.     '    '
m��Mti^lM^i\^aW^ B-C"
Wednesday, August 6th, by the
Rev. T. 8. GlnsSford^ Miss Annie
MoKetiriS 10 Mr. G. ' H Bttwk.
both- of OoUsa.
���KoorijNAv ; C��^-*iiit'i>AT
CoMI'ASV*' (kqiikion). Rkihsteh-
��� f'.' 1 :��� f'    1  ��� 1 1
j   KO: TI>E;31S'r.fDAV OF AtlQ*
UST,   1896.
- hereby certify that I have this day
registered the "Kootenay Consolidated
jMiuiiigCompany" (Foreign), Under the
'���Companies' Act," Part IV., ���iRegis-
tration oi Foreign Coinpanivs,!' ami.
amending acts.
The head office of the said Company
is situated nt the City of Everett,
State of Washington, U.S.A. '
The objects for Which the said Com-
jiany is established are : ���
1 To carry on a general mining business in the United States and British
Columbia; and to that end to boy,sell,
lease and improro real estate; to locate,
buy, sell, lease, aud ileal in mines and
mining claims ; 10 open, develop. Improve, and work mining properties; to
buy, sell, ship, reuuee and Smelt ores;
to build, equip, lease, operate and
maintain mills.coni.'eulrators.smelters,
n-finerics, and all other buildings and
plants of every kind and description
whatsoever, necessary and propac to
carry out the purposes of said corporation; to build, equip, lease, operate
and maintain rail ��� end -ii-am wa^wid
wagon roads; |p lease, purchssMqd
O|r��ratei^i|boa|s^l.4o^uW��0'd
all.jOthdl->; a��t| SMBs|arJr, .wtenfat'-br
incident'to the purposes of said corporation as ���l)d-��;ehumB'isT*tl.'-,,~,'*.''''!'''V,1'
pan'?,, is pn- ,m.il;ioo;doftiji^|Mvi^d
into one million, shares, of thopar
value of on> dolisr;,Wh.���r,r.1i' - >/
, Given i-n,der ,my , hand SBft'seel.of
.office, at Viatoria, Provi-stsvof British
Columbia,, this 21st day of': Aughst,
1896.
M-iwM''    ��� ��� S;vY'.WO_fT*<M-','������-''���
il       -.-?���-��� ,<-,;    ��� , m jw nn*. Ji"- ��� ��� 8��- "r
Registrar of Jotnt��t*ook Gwnttlrt.tt'rT.
oo __rpA
'Tlje creditors of Au^iW .'*��';itfte'of
Field in the dietriot Of East Kootmay.
.lAboiirer, : are required withtmlliirty
dajis of t|ii8 date, to forward by W'^:i
turmj lkter'addresstid, ts*.tliei 'tinaift.'-
i^*'-;n^a^]il ^ j<>tu^jiH.ubu^l<if LtUmiL-jalHjLxiut
and the   securities   (if any)   held   by
them., , After ..llie, e-u.iration   of- tlie
ttid ^'t-nwlfTfift A4-"fi-~i,,i"Ior
will proceed   with' tbe\.dist.r.butidh of
liw-ioi
���'rVJ
���"OS ���
Mines,
BY
OS.  NEWMAN.
ir;-_��ol cincTAWs
v.ii��.|
A Complete Glossary of Mining Terms.
1 ' ' i;, ... ;, ,., !'"    "";* "�� ';'-'/:' ";:-" ��� '   !;-" ;���;/;'   )
Sent post paid on receipt cf price,
3 iS.^'J&^^ifl^i^S^ '"^
-���   ]p ','..���. !,,.    (*i(j   r.iT     '".'rr,:.. ..rrrri    10  ������.���      ,. ,. 1 fri'.;! '.': Hut    "   nmi ��� ������ 1
The Goto I Era  Publishing ���ompa_iy,"
n :^U^^^^^M '" ""'"'t';"--:-
the estate.
.'eKHrd,
he'Shalrh
cliiims   oltl;
had notice.
Dated at   Donald, B.C. this 24th of
August lH!),i.
J. F,
H
r'etmW&F?l*-      '
Omcial Administrator,
,{-1
naoi
r.
Donald, B.C.
(flounty (Court of  Kootenay
In
fnni
._���    .-'-?]"
dden at Donald,
I    No 3T of 1896
the matter of Thomas' Adams,
deceased,' *1--yl-i; '������ nw ���'���   ������
_ l ���'      HoaiS-i .Jj
Iu the matter of the "Official Admin-
! istrtors'  Aot/! dated 24th dey of
' August A.D. 1896.
tipjm'.',n^ii^
loirias; :Hehsbn,   Bieartor Patter and
it'lj    '
Arm
.'3 ClOtllillg ��� aims
JO _>ery^gsrment is warranted tbgiVe s-HsfitctiOti tnd hss a little < ���
I [|(fi_UM&��^.s4^''&if'4fe^pV-M^rjl-^;'',*.'^TV- M:.';l;"f ",;I "'i:''" '"" ; U
'I       Tbeir materials we all good aqd every seam is ��wn with the best;;
' (1 linen thread. Shorty's Clothing is cut on such a varieiy ol patterns 11
I ;iB^A_j;���ipitie,,can be perf^tiy fitted.   ,jAU,*:iSh��^*.Bicycle Stilts} [
,t���*; snd Spring and Fall Overcoats are Waterproofed by the Rigby Process; -
��� 1 and no extra charge for it. 1    ,     , -,..j,. ,,;���   iBJjsniiol)  in   i-iri1 *i
���!!       All dealers'sell Shorey's Clothing now because "heir ciutomers %
1 j; insist on having it. ciiwinii.       .o*ii*ni!li -ii-.il   |J
^���������������������^��������������������������������������������������S��M��������M������M����4��->���� 1
Thonfas
James ..jprv^Ari
that  Jsiheli" ,f.
Admi
Distrl
istraior of
chattels and credi
deceased, ,-%ti i*Wt th:
liabed isstjie Golden.Era
bf'thirty-da-rs.   ''Vi O ;
���'(Slgn^    ittyfiYQt11
CLEMENT J. CORNWALL
i��IiiK
I   tih.Ul*
The creditors of Thomas Adams late
of Golden in the district of East Kootenay, -miiief, sre required vtl��)i|n'tbirty
da.Vs of this date, to forward by registered   latter  addressed to Abe ium*
signed, full particulars of thfir cla|nn
and  the securities  (it bny-) held
them.  (After the expiration of the si|4
ihirtr  days  the  Administrator trill
Jiroceed' with   the liiMtrbutiim of ithe
���state, haying regard to those elajl
ipiily  cf which  ho shall  have ~~
iotice,
Dated aVbonS
if Augi
J,
M
>(*.:
���M-lTioNltj1;
thiV!.4.y��r
Oilrl.'UI'.l
oflo'iifl.iiiibi-isii-iii^r
< Donald R.
Get your ftltttt donejrgt
he G( LDEN .SSl_qPbe.    NJlat
and akistio work don* -obMtp
mf
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-.ni in tin la.1ii.-n4 -ru mu ���<���**��������� ott'*-''1'-''--'   ������ ���'���
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