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VOL. It    NO 48
GOLDEN B.C.,  SATURDAY, JULY 1,. 1893.
$2 Per Yea it
MACLEAN'S
INSTANT    -    HEADACHE     -     WAFERS |
me a positive cure for all cases of headache, whether ' *���
nervoiirs, bilious, or neuralgic.     Sent post
free on receipt of price
!��!��   O'ltfH   res'   B.ox.
WENDELL    MACLEAN,
WHOLESALE    AND    RETAIL    DRUGGIST,    CALGARY,    ALDERTA.
f\  H T 5 PJ i    The Peoples Journal of Vancouver is  they aro very proud or their first day
H   ^ <l *-���.'   J *.   iill %��' i now as defunct as any herring j   us'ajsport.   Twelve line ttuny creatures i i
1 I   B��  . *��� R ii   8y        A   , ., i    ,       ...  ' ,,   ,   a rniug, averaging about 21bsapiete
% |   [j y  J  3 t! ',}   \ ^      \f.  door nail dead,      We are  sorry  that    ,";,   ,  ���,���,,|.u   n   ,���,���. ,|,���
"^ : such a nice little
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KKEJN.DWiPAN?
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The well-known face of  PetO"   Lain-   J
brich, appeared again tliis week.   Our
friend     has    weal here I    the    wintry
storms "just" as well as we all have, :i
not better.
 :DEALER IN:	
Dry Goods,  Groceries,  Roots  and   Shoes, I mY goods
Hardware,  Etc., Etc, " groceries
MINERS'   SUPPLIES   A   SPECIALTY.
 :AGENT FOR THE:	
California Giant Powder Co.
Of which a Full Stock   is Constantly on hand,
(
(Incorporated 1(170.)
BOOTS and SIlilllS,
CROCKERY,
WINES,
LIQUORS,
U.IAl'S,
Etc.  Etc.,
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j Prices quoted and samples supi lied on
application.
CHAS.  A. WARREN
Golden, B C.
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Special   attention given   to
MAIL ORDEKS.   Write us.
COLUMBIA
Golden,
lu'l'SV
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is   not  bail, and  speaks   well   for tin
paper did not receive Columbia   and  the sportsmen.     Mr,
support equal to its merits, | Brown snys this is hard work on  the
muscle, but a good  advertisement  for
the im.ki r of llie rod
The saw mill Co. tv rtninly mean
business. The yards are full of lumber,
uu n. horses and steam engines, It is
good lor Golden to have such anenter-
The racing fraternity returned ri-oui | pi-isl��K concern in its midst, and par-
,, , ,,     , ,, ,, liciilarlv so. when under the   manage-
1 nlitarv   on   Sum lay.      .Messrs.   C tin -1 ;,.., ,,. ,        ,i'-.i
h   ��� ��� ment of .Mike and his comrades.   With
naclier and Carlin, the iwo Cs, carry ,j10 nis|, j��� ,|���. Lumber mill, eoinesalso
their success (?) very well,   If you don't an increased  stonmboiit  t raffia,     The
at first succeed, try, try again. Duchess is nicely li I  up  ibis  sum-
,    ,     ,        , ,,        '       ,   ,    ., ,     lner; ami the Secy,   and  Captain   are
Lady Gwendoline Rous, LadyAdoln tloin(?tnere,muosl tn .���,,, ,��� the oom.
Cochrane, Miss  S.  Brady, the Earl of   fort and convenience of passengers,
Sot-bury. Lieut. T.   B,   II.  Coelirui.e, 	
��-    "'   M:,"">   ,;'   A"'v'""'  l11"1 ''   (' Annual School  Meeting.
11,11, came i��� on Thursday'* steamer, j    T|i(, anm|ft| gohoj] meeHn(, u;|K h(.M
Dr. Jones, at one lime naval surgeon L, t]10 school house ou Saturday last.
on the Warspite, returned from Thuii- Voters prescnl .1. F. Armstrong, J,
ur 11,11 on Monday and is much Gibson, W. Mi dec, J. Conkrite, W,
pleased with his trip. The scenery he Houston, II. Li. Moodle und W. Pel .
says is in his opinion hard to be beat- ||;lrVey. Mr. J. P Armstrong was
en. He and Dr. Herbert went ou to proposed ns chairman by Mr. Houston
Banff lust Tuesday morning. ; ,mj seconded by Mr. Gibson.    Carried.
Dave  Dickie  ami   partner, tame in  The minutes of  the last meeting   wero
j from   the  Duncan   river country, last road and  discussed.     .Moved by Mr.
| Saturday, They brought soinegood Gibson, seconded by Mr. Miller, that
samples of galena and quartz with the minutes of thennnuul meeting held
them, and au encouraging account of on Juno 25, IS!)-}, be accepted, as en-.
llie outlook iu that section, tored  in the minute  book.      Carried.
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g  i.!. iij   f f-ft i   'P  f>f\        Mr.   Peter  Sebastian and pup, went
ftUUlBSS    nUU-iUl1! 5 M)   to Donald on Tuesday evening;   the
i violin was also a companion. This
gentleman returned, minus dog, but
with an envelope containing iu big
letters ������io.OI), ou TueaUaj, Weussuuic
lhat llie ever genial G. S. purchased
the d-o-o-g and reiurued the inu sic
Coy, Calgary, or
Kamloops.
IIUDSON'aJ  BAY Co.
Now rcn ly for business, has been newly built
Mid newly furnished. The table is first class. The talis .stocked with choice Wines, Li mors, and Cigars.
a hook lni'i i'i.i::i
"Startling Facte"
For men only, SUNT FREE to anyone
addressing
Moved by Mr. Pellew Harvey, seconded
by Mr. J. Gibson, that tin .jiu-stion of
the iii.ration   if the trustees'term be
submitted to the S.ipt. of Education.
Passed.   Moved   by   Mr.   J. Gibson,
seconded by   Mr. Moodie, that  Mr. J.
P. Armstrong he elected as  trustee in
the place of Mr. Harvey, whose term
,.,,,, , si . . i     I "f office exui.cs,     ;; was again moved
Mr. Dan Mann went eas, on Suii.ta, ���
.,    ,,       ...       ,        ,,           he Mr.  Gibson, and  seconded  by Mr.
last.    Mr. Geo. Attwood, west also Oi.    ���'  ���'
Sutidav,     These gentlemen have h	
here with Messrs. II II and Woods all
the   week   laying   the.r   plans   for tin
peiidiiiggreatquestion--'*To be, or nol
to  be." connect,d   with   the   "JN'o
l,,.    ....      ,   , i.Mr. Moodie, tli.it   tlie accounts as pre-
��� 1 Star    ninnim ileal.
se ted bo accepted and that  other in-
Moodie, i hill    Mr,   II.   F.    Wilson    be
i-looied in the place of Mr. Houston,
Proposed by Mr, W, P. Harvey that
iii-- la.si year's accounts he submitted.
Moved bv Mr. Miller  and sei led by
W. McNeisl).,      Froprietor.
aby   Carriages.
J.G.TE&1FLETO.N,
....      .. .... no ted no accept eil and t lint  otnerin-
'��� OlitiU'10    L>rag��iBt, Miss   Lucas,   tl inch   respected ..   .  .
formation requited bv section 4"- of the
i nlgnry. school teacher, went home io  \ ictor
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-   for her usual summer holiday ou Sun-
OUn-ntAVi>. day.   The platform wns full of children
Golden, nn tlioinniii line of Hid Ci.nmlitui   who  assembled   to   w.oh   their friend
Pacific iL.iiwi.v. <.i hg cuimeciiuii  wiih the , , ,    , ,
steiiinliniil iui-.ig-.tii a of the . ul .nibiii river: I good-bye, showing, thorough I no n.ed-
the liiiuer.l ;ni.l iniiel'cialrcntrcul'I'l.'i.sU'l'U | j f     " dilliili cbui'.id". " ihe  feelinil
lll'l.'lsh t ulitn.lil,, : lie..i',ip���,nei's at ill ��� l.iild
en SmehiiiK works,  the  I'pper   Columbia of the little ones towttrds their tenchoi
Xaviiri.tloii  (  ���   r.nil  haulier iniltistrv: the      ,���, . ,       ,
iiuilei  fur  tin.  widoly   known   i.iiu   f..r     The committee appointed to draw up
...... in      i c   ���     I',,   ,,    f..iuod agi'ici.lti,r;:l i grazing l.-.iiil of the L  memorial to the   Lieut.-Gotenior,
a \ ���, !.���>������    pn red theAaencvoi tlie famous uiiiiiiiiw& himieiiny \..iiev.s: ,aniv;.ii..,i
,,   ,.        ,    ,,        ��� '     ,   ', ��� i   I'.u'se. uei v ,.; i.llkinils;   llie ilistriliiitnic coinplaining of the groat lack of propei
McKee& Harnngtoa baby carrui.a'es. I,, , ,-���,_ n... ril.|.,,t ���.i....���.i ������ ���>������:,,;������ ,���;, ,��� ���, .,���. Illllills of tlie Attor.
am prepared to furnish a superior article at ru"t"""t' . uey.Generai's department iu the i���n |
School Act, could   not   be presented i.s
the school year is not yet ended,
The lime hnvi\jg expired the chairman dud,,iid Mr. J. I'. Armstrong
elected iu the place of Mr. W. Pellew
Harvey, and Mr, li. I". Wilson in ihe
lac ��� of Mr, W. L. Houston. The
istial voti - of thanks were then given
iu 1 t ho un-. ting adjourned.
very low prices. These coo: s are the lest.
iiikI are guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Call a-.id see photos and get prices.
W.   ALEXANDER,
LOCAL JOTTINGS.
funs.   II   Redgrave, Donald, arrived I
on Thursday.
prosecution, met at Donald on Monday
lust.    A well signed document will In
Mar silver ha
I forwarded to  Victoria,  and   probabl.t
some attcutioi! paid to the di s le ol tin
well thinking public.
ibeeuquoted'this week      Our old friends,  Archio   McMtinh
WaVPniTsP IfPT*     .'', .     ei^'wJ'-,!^'^ I away down to 7 7c. ,���.,   ,,,���   Stark, eaino  back from thi
"       '   ��� '   ICeuiui bus visited   "I.ueruutiou .    and other nloinis  n.
��� he busin, lasl  week,     'I In ..   say llnti
the snow is going wvy Fnsi :   parts ol
'    the claims  men  on   the suiiiuul an
getting clear, aud thai shortly the en
Mr, W. C. Siade ivier 1 from the country will be open  foi   pros-Actors
��� ... '    ��� ��� *������  ��� --     tippnr cnniiiry on Saturday. and ins|ieotiuii,     The  trail i i Car-
Choic* Frosli Buttsr. KnlO'l Hav, FmJ and Pnaaonuor List. yU.  Frank Owen bus none into  Ai-   boiiate Litudiiig to the Middle fork ex-
BMd Grain, Vepetablaj of all Kinds       | Passeiirtflrs south, June  ISth, per S.9.   ,.,..   l011M mining business.        ,    u-emiiy, is in ttrst das. order,
New   Wobtminster,      Wu   nn   i'lforuied,   on   wry   ;	
i " ou Thursday last        authority, thai tho concentrator on the
WHOLESALE ������.' ��� i.i:it ix Capt. and Mrs. Porrnns, Thunder Hill mines in now  running;
Donald.
N.B.   Wail Orders promptly executed.
Rev, J. C C. ('
us again ilils wei!;.
The (Ion riinieiil dredge wil
for a trial run next week.
AT:
Duchess:   Geo. Rurv. London J Cook, ...
JOHN    SHARPL1S   Dr.  J s, "...,,.���,,���.  Mrs.   ��caardeIl,|cft^'n3no
WIIOLBSALB 'ii'LLIt  IN
tjri'orerlos. I'rovtuton",  IKloa*
Passengers  north. Juno  If). - Cnpt, |
mill t'i'��il. and Mrs. Torreim, Wartchow, Togart.
CALGARY, - ALBERTA.-    Passengers south, June UO.   Messrs.
IBird,   Pearsou,   Tiiiliton,    llamillou, ���
COKttfi81'ONUBSOB  SOLUITIlli. ,���,,,..        ,   ,,.,,       ,, ,.        ,,
             Wadded. Nowal, Miller,  Mc.Cine, i'ltr-
Tlie Ooiniiierolal. sons, II.   L.  Cuininins. Mr, and Mrs.
The Commercial is now to hand, it  Maogurn, Master Macgurn.
aud i hat their is a  .meal   lit)] I'OVOUlOnl
iii i lie general  outlook  al   'It ��� uiiiii a
, The supply of ore is iiiexhiiiistulile ; s
thai.given time und you I iiiuiiagemeiil
Dull lid.
On Mond v evening a meeting was
held lo i rrunge for a programme of
spoils o i Saturday, July 1st. It was
decided t i It Id a picnicat the grounds
,ui the Wait-a-bil iii lln alii riiuiin anil
Mr. Spragge was appointed in collect
sul si riptiuiia f"i'  i li.it purpose.      We
hear thai he bus i with consi lerabld
success in his efforts, so an afternoon's
sport will be assured. In the morning
,i fun ball match will bu played ou the
grounds near the station. .Vs there
has been rt good deal ol practising lately n strongly c ml .stcd gituio unii lie ox-
peeled,
I on; li ill.
i in S itnrdii,' evening lasl a game
was playi I iu I' maid between tho
nun li.no shop and th. wipers, u Inch
afforded much iiuinseii i ut to the spec-
tati-i'!*,     Ti - hop i im in w as
victorious, after a bard game, principal!.!   owing tu thustrong  playing of
is   a special   supplement   relating   to
Vancouver Island, the  adjacent coast
Pitssongeis  north, June -J:'.-Lady
Gwendoline Rous, T. B. II. Coohrnne,
and   northern   Interior of B.C.      As  Eal.t   Xorlmrv, Lmlv Adela Cochrane,
usual it  is well   printed, writtonjtlld | ^ Bnldj. MMBr8, vfwtwn, Lays.on
Mr. and Mrs. Warren and MissCop
nai her hat e gone up i lie river on :
jaunt,
We hear with much rigid that Mrs
blluiiHIIUli    i lanu !���,���"���  i   iiiuiiKKviiii
llel'.rave     wife   of   the   "Sheriff "is Wood house,
ituigi.iM,   win .ii.iiii,   is t|,ei.eiaevery reason to cx| i a pros-,
igalii very seriously ill
The funeral of  II. Crosby, who was
injured   while walking  OU    ihe track
near Revelstoke a few weeks ago, took
place   final    thu   hospital,   Dollllld    oil
Sunday last,    Mr, lloss cunducleJ tho
| service.      The deceased was very deaf
and was unable   lo   bear   the   whistle
perotis future for the shareholders  in
To-dliy will becelebrntc.i throughout ' this, now,well known company,      Ii is
the    Dominion   the usual    holiday  supposed that the first car load of connatural to the country, centrates will be.in Golden next week.
Shooting, (if the sporl is ready with      Two young Engl shmon aro pleasure
,, , ,, , ,,   ��� ���,      ..ir- 1.1,I'll. ,,, - i ���   ,,.  ,,.���! ,  ,   his   rifle) is good   lust   now   aroiiii I   bent   Messrs.    13 row il   and  Hemuiuiii
generally a credit to the enterprising '' , 	
publishers who appear to do this sort Leslie  Hill, Mann, Altwood, Bradley,  Golden.   Several black boars have been are  having a good  nine   jusl   now.   blowit b,t engineer Scoti to warn bint
of thing periodically. AVolls, Hondcrsoii, Cartwright.             |seou recently, but not killed.                I Fishing is tho onUr oi thu day and jot the approach of the train. Cltln- I'S-ilM-n (!.H*rt
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Ol'ti'IUIAI. ill!l-l'i:x.;
Prom   Tacuiiui -Assayed
A NATION UI MOURNING.
for
go
d.
time In catch the east |sl|ve,
; ilitcriptu
Uato
ilso   the   mail   fur  tint
ilium in tho lieu
si-.'l) per annum IN
10- IU
cent
; silver
,1,   No
AilVA >
Vdrnrtl-ie nonts airl c.hangos must ber in
tlio oflco not later than 1-' nan, oil Thursday
to iusuro insertion.
V lvortisoaie.it rates iniiilo known oil application tu
All cash to be pni I to the Manager, from
who.n the Company's receipt will be obtained,
iii: GolfJsn Era Piiliisiilnj Cjinparij,
SATURDAY, JULY   1, 1898,
Apology.
" Ail engineer's puff,"
All hi..rney iniil guff.
Nothing hut rubbing staff
" Xul half good enough."
A story I'm about to relitlo,
Ofa niiiti who s. ils on Columbia Lake,
Por energy and skill he's wide inv; ke,
A real tlesceuilenl from Aihiiir.d Di'liko.
aud   teaipest  his   way  ho
Through s
makes,
Nm-'ever thinks of shelter to take,
Kvon thu'au e.u'th pu.ko
Sinn,Id him overtake.
Says lie unto the male ;
Your ciiui'se steer qui.o straight,
Connections with Ihe boat I'm lioiiuil to make.
Nor ever yet have 1 been hue.
Upon the sea, .-mil un the hull!,
He always takes his stand,
Anil to prove he's 1 -ts of sand,
Is evor ready will, a helping hand.
lu iH't'stiu lie's always neat and clean,
Tim' his body is long, l.mk mid lean.
Such a vessel and crew is r.n'oly seen,
It is evon lit Li carry a queen.
Down iu the hold, and upon the deck,
To sei.rch lu.' dirt, you wnuluu't find a speck,
Altho1 Joe says he could thin a [jeek,
S..y i.iiiiihei' wui'ii, s..ya l,e, ,.u.. i'II break
your neck.
Hi; im lougor wears a white shirt.
Pur resells pli.hi- it shows the uht.
A ilusc ut L Iliuv iiuw dues he squirt,
\\ Inch groatiy dues enjoy the I'ert.
Now Capt. A. gives us yuur haud, let's shake,
Por you I've worked belli early nnd l,��lo,
A furtiuie for you I've tried to innke,
Ami it I've tluiuil, why uun't hlnuiu lieurj-e
Drake.
Yuii have always taken good euro of my stake,
\i inch I do must llu..i'iiiy appro-. ;...e.
Yui.r lu'in I never will .oi'si.ku,
ldow ine, uo, as lung ,.s my name's Drake.
lu Manitoba he owns atltirge est..te,
\i liich iu boom-time he iliti speculate,
Alas, ,-ihuut the taxes he now does pi'mo,
'1 hey arc such mi exh,ii'iii,..ut rule,
L'|nni liie tniiiiwiiy, now mill then, he takes a
run,
Mil It spills, anil lips and downs, there's lots
ui lull,
Ami when their work is all done,
(in (,oes he. with his eighty collar gun.
Prom the rising to the sotting sun,
In hustling In iglit they have already begun,
'1 liey sooiu io think their work is never none
So says all, and o*uryuiie.
Aiiionust the geese, the ducks mill drakes,
A fearful slaughter he sooictiiucs makes,
\. liich Ulttu his iiiales he does relate,
Por a dead shot he L.kos tho cake.
We wish all s.acess lo llie Pert and her jolly
crew,
Oldtiii.i- .'rieiulship, we hupi
Purlher on this topit, I wil
S i we'll sav lut'iuvell, IllllOil.
r ami lead : No. 1 ���Gold,
!K)oz. ; leltd, 51.7 per
$II2.W;I. No. l' Gold, L'i-100
20i) iii. ; le nl. 7 per cm 'j'i i' i.
il ::,.; i. M-100 ; sil, ir Id iz. ; lead,
u i per cent    <ji0..i 1.
Provincial assays, assayed for silver
alone: No. I, 120oz. ; No. 2, llllloz. ;
.No. .'!, 140oz. ; No. 4, lllloz. ; No. 5,
!)4oz., with strong traces of gold, lend
45-110 per cent.
These assays are gout proof of the
value of the Muds, ami Mr, Myers, tne
fortunate prospector win unearthed!
the claims, says he expects to astonish
the natives with other iinds, Ho has
been prospecting for tne past ion years,
and never SilvV a bettei locality for
prospecting thai; the dictriul iit which
he is now engaged. He also stales
Ils conviction that the whoa: country
around Kamloops is rich iu hoth gold
and s lver quartz.
The way to the mines is from Kamloops to Lewis creek, uu the North
Thompson, and thence by trail II' to
Li miles ens. to Pall river. Near
Adam's lake the Pall river empties
into Lewis creek, aud the latter empties
into tlie North Thompson.
Eight licenses were taken out yesterday, and people are moving iu
rapidly to the minus, the district Doing
easy to reach, and at slight expense,
Tlie Sentinel has claimed for years
that the North Tuouipson was noil ill
go'.! and silver quart!*, and mere is
e.ery reason to believe that our assertions are about to be proven.���Kamloops Sentinel.
lo renew,
u-it now pursue,
II.11.11., M.E.
i
Tlie Cras'i Continue,!.
New Whatcom, Wash:, June 22.--
The First National bank closed its
doors at noo.i to-day; inability to
realize upon its securities is the cause
given for suspension. Tlie batik officials state that thei.' asses are double
the liabilities uud that depos.tors will
be paid iu full as soon us they can
realize on securities. The bank examiner Will be here in it few days.
Depositors feel coulideut that thev will
receive lUO cents ou the dollar. Theru
iS uo excitement uud suspension did
not precipitate runs o.i tue oilier
banks.
Chicago, June 22. ��� Buird& Bra Hey
one of the oldest real estate linns iu
the cay, assigned to-day. Tueir liabilities are *j4-U.UiJ0, but they claim
that their assets are in excess oi ih.s
.uiiuu.it. Inability to realize on property is said to ue the cause of the
lailure.
New York, June 22. -The failure of
Henry Sheldon & Co., dealers in tea
anil coffee, ou No. lldl Front street, is
announced. No statement of the condition of the linns affairs is yet obtainable.
Florence, Ala., June 22.���Cashier
Curr, uf the Tusouuiuiu Bapking company, was arrested lasl night. < air
returned from New York last night
ami claimed to have sufficient inonOy
to pay depositors of the suspended
bank, Instead uf this he made a proposition to compromise which was
rejected and his in rest followed. It is
now thought that the bank will only
.'.'.   ;���' i euts un the dollar.
FliiRla dV Sorrow at llie I.osa of Hor
llritve Mariners.
London, Juno 24. A dispatch received at two o'clock this morning
Iroiu Boyi'ool says that the Victoria-
Cunipci'dowii collision occurred at five
o'clock Thursday afternoon, about 7
miles fioin Tripoli. The vessels were
almost at right angles when the Victoria was struck. Those on the Vic-
iti'iia's decks at Ihe moment of tlie
'collision scrambled away and were
j rescued by boats I rom i ho Campurdown,
ami several other vessels. The men
below hail no time tu reach the deck.
Tlie sudden heeling of tin. Victoria
cause I her to begin io Iill immediately,
and uo escape was possible. She went
down iu eighty fathoms of water. It
is'dimcttit to obtain the names of the
rescued, as they are aboard seveial
vessels and so far nil efforts have been
devoted to recovering bodies. Shortly
after tho collision live bodies were
taken from tho water, one of them the
body of the chief paymasttr, They
were buried with military honors at
Tripoli. The Cain perdown wns severely damaged forward iu the collision.
Temporarily repairs will bo made and
she will then start for home. It is
said here that sereral times the Victoria had showed signs of weakuoss iu
her steering gear. One theory is that
on account of this weakness she became unmanageable and could not be
got out of tlieCamperdowu's way.
The D.ike of Edinburgh has received
this dispatch from Emperor William
II: " Words cannot express our hor
ror. We all sympathize with our
llritish comrades. As a token of our
sympathy your ensign is flying from
the mainmasts of our vessels, with
our own ensign at half-mast, according to my orders."
The Duke of Edinburgh replied:
"Tlie British navy uud nation feel
deeply the sy input hy expressed by
Your Majesty and oar brother officers
of the German navy fur us in this
great disaster."
Tlie Queen has sent Col. Carrlngtoti
to express her sorrow and sympathy
to Lady Tyrou. On the evening following the afternoon of the disaster
Lady Tyrou, who arrived from Malta
three weeks ago, was holding her tirst
reception of the season. Two hundred
guests were present. When the news
of her husband's death reached her she
fell iu a faint.
A court circular issued this evening
says that the Q men received the news
with the deepest grief and that "her
hearts bleeds for the many homes
plunged in mourning." The Queen
will publish to-morrow a s|iecial letter
of condolence with the families afflicted
by the disaster.
Iu discussing the disaster this evening Lord Brussey, some time secretary
of tlie admiralty, said that the sinking
From
is reported that meal is
selling at such prices that peasant
farmers have been forced to slaughter
their cattle, and it is feared the result
will boa meat famine in 1894.
died away.    Are we to pay so much in 1 shillings pe. hundred weight
millions  and   broken   hearts   only to  Stras'tinr
learn that the compartment system is
a delusion and a snare."
The Times says: "The inquiry
into the causes of the disaster must be
searching and exhaustive. The punishment, if blame be found to exist,
adequate aud unflinching. Only so
can the leson of the great calamity bo
turned to account. The true lesson is
not that manoeuvres at sea aro too
hazardous, but that by incessant practice of evolutions nt high speed can
the navy be fitted for the necessities of
war."
Humcl In Ulai-lnff Benzine.
St. Petersburg, June 21. ���A terrible
calamity occurred to-day iu the
Brodzki chemical works at Odessa,
iesulting in the loss of sixteen lives.
A large quantity of benzine exploded,
and tho burning fluid was thrown in
every direction. A number of men
were at work close to the place where
���Ir;
31 ire Trouble Atieatl.
London, Juno 22. It the House of
Commons to-day Mr. Gladstone stated
the alterations the Government had
decided to make iu the financial clauses
of the Irish Home Rule bill. He proposed a provisional term of six years
to effect the financial arrangements,
No change iu the managing or collecting of taxes would lie made. The
Irish parliament would be empowered
to establish new taxes. Ireland's contribution to the Imperial exchequer
would lie one-third of the ascertained
revenue, also the whole yield of any
taxes impose 1 upon Ireland by the
Imperial parliament express'}' for war
or special defence. At the close of six
years tho constitution anil the whole
arrangement would by revised. It
would bo provided that Ireland should
collect and manage taxation, with the
exception of the customs uud excise
duties.
ltEIIMOXll IN  til'POSITION'.
Mr. John Redmond (Paruellite),
ine,uber for Waterford city, gave notice that he would oppose the clause
preventing the I.'isli parliament from
collecting and regulating existing
taxation, as unjust and humiliating tu
Ireland.
London, June 22.-Interviews with
Justin McCarthy uud other irisu leaders show' that they are disappointed
over the proposed alterations in the
financial clauses of tlio Home Rule
bill. Before committing themselves tu
oppose or reject the alterations, a
party conference will be held and thu
sense of tlie party taken.
benzine
e ' novel
Ai
It id lteen stored, and they
ul with tlie liquid fire.
he number was the director o:
i lu work*. Some of the men managed
:u isi ape terribly injured, hut sixteen
of them, including the director, were
burned to death.
UawaKor Ouellus, Heat.
Loudon, June 22. - The young Duke
of Sutherland has won Ins case against
tlio Dowager Duchess of Sutherland
for the possession of tlie Titteisou
Chase. This is another victory tor
the young Duke, who, s.uce Ins
lather's death, has fought in every
possible way his step-mother's claim
to benefit under the will of the late
Duke. The trouble arising out of the
marriage of the late Duke to Mrs.
Diain is fresh, iu the minus of the public. It is only a short time ugo that
the   Dowager   Duchess   was released
Pacific Cont Newi.
San Francisco. June 2il -Thismorning Mayor Ellert appointed a Committee to consider tho advisability of
moving the European exhibits at the
World's Fair to this city. The Fair
Committee will report a plan of organization.
A consnrvativeestiinnte of the estate
of the late Senator Stanford, places it
at over i$''4,000,000.
Transfers were placed on record today from K. H. McDonald to the
Peoples Home Savings Bank of the
Pacific Bank Building valued and
fixed at 82,000,000, Mr. McDonald's
private residence on Sutton street aud
some dozen other pieces of property.
To-morrow afternoon, Coast defense
vessel Monterey, will leave for the
North, starting from here.
Tucouiit. June 2il. -Martin 0, Martin, a foreman in it livery stable in this
city, has fallen heir to a fortune of
���$ilo0,0C0 left by his parents iu St.
L>uis. He has been advertised for
throughout the country in various
newspapers, but, unfortunately sa.v
none of them and was to-day informed;
of his good luck by an acquaintance
from that city meeting him o.i tho
street.
from jail, \vliere she served -ux weeks
of tlie Victoria supplied a strong argu-  fo1' contempt of court for destroying a
Hid
idp   vuy,
P.
���uy
ti.
II:'..-
���11   ���
mud ;
Myen
whlel
ui i;,.' .
Tlio
lu 0.11' last iss 10, w in mi.
find that had been made by All-
in the Adam's Like district
hail all the appearances of one of tlie
richest finds that has been made in the
country (or some time, but could give
no definite information until an assay
bad been made. We are now in possession of report,; from well-known firms
American and Canadian, uud can
therefore state that tho hopes of the
prospectors are more than realized,
and that the district, if thoroughly
prospected, is likely to turn out one of
richest in the Province.
We herewith give he reports given
by the nssayers from average specimens of ores sent them for assay.
Ii'i'..  . i. bunk. :��� private  iin l ii ittiou
uiosed its doois tins morning owing tu
ihe depressed liiiaucial
..cauls are estimate, .
liabilities ui $21d.0b0,
UiOil.    i he
���1,1X10, and
Report Next Vi oolt.
London, Jum 2-1 Tin Hurl of Kim-
hcrly, secretary of stati for India,
telegraphed CO the vici roj i ' India tlio
decision of the home government ou
the recommendations ot Herschell
committee appointed to repo t concerning the currency crisis iu Ind i. Their
decision will lie submitted lo the Indian coue il. Tne recommendations
of tho committee will lie published
next week.
ment against building more big men-
of-war. It was evident, he said, that
tlie Victoria's armor afforded her no
protection from tho Cauiperdowu's
ram. While not convinced that smaller vessels were safer than tho large
ones, he thought it wiser to distribute
tlio country's war strength among
pretentions man-of-war
among a few monster
I' will poor policy to put
i iu one basket.
concert and other royal
the programme for next
in postponed.     Tho Lord
document ill the case.
many   less
The rather  than
KiiKliiinl IVants to Know.
London, Juno 22.���The secretary of
the British embassy at Constantinople
has presented to the Porte it formal
request for u detailed report of tlio
proceedings, and the evident-" given at
the trial at Allgoria, ot Armenians
charged with seditious rioting, which
resulted iu the sentencing to deatli of
the accused persons.
'f I
Famine In (l.-i-iiiini, .
Berlin, Jnue 22.���At a  meetli
Wiirteniburg   peasants   n   petition to
the  king was framed asking  him to
b ittloslilps
30 many eg;.
The stale
functions d i
week have bi
Mayor of London has opened a relief
fund for tho bond.: of tho needy families who lost  members iu the disaster.
The morning newspapers are tilled ] convoke the, Landtag and ask agrant
With articles describing tho vessel, |for the purchase of fodder abroad and
and with  obituaries of the most con-1it!l distribute
spicuous officers lost. All publish ' credit. Tho Wurtemburg ministers
leaders extending condolence to the! ale consulting exports in Heisse on the
friends of the drowned men. Every ! situation. The Landtag lias been
leader eulogizes Admiral Tyron. j summoned to meet ou June 27, font
The Daily News sevs editorially : 'similar purpose. Along the Rmne and
���'America will thrill at the news, j in Heisse Nassau tho greatest scarcity
coming as it does, when the New York ' prevails. The price of bay has risen
cheers for our squadron have hardly | eight,  nine and,  in some places, ton
Tile New Anntriiliiui Route.
Victoria, B.C., June 20th. -F. W.
War J, representative of the new Canadian-Australian steamship line, was at
the meeting of tlio boar I of trade council this morning. He believed tho
Canadian route i mild be made the fastest of all between Australia and Great
Britain. Ha gave the time of transit
from the different colonies, nnd though
the time taken on the trial trip over
the Canadian route was not quite what
was expected, he thought much better
time could.be made. Ho gave the best
records made by the Suez routes, ami.
tne American via San Francisco, and
sain though the Suez route steamers
might increase their speed the Canadian had two great advantages: A.
large proportion of the distanc
over the Canadian route was overland. A railway tra.n could attain
a speeu not to be thought of for vessels.
Australians were in favor of the Pacific
cable project. It had been approved of
at the meeting of die postmasters-general of tho Australian colonies, held nt
Brisbane. Already a Parisian company had advanced a project for the
cable, but the feeling in Australia was
that the cable should be built by British capital and go through British
territory. Australian colonics would
feel more secure with a Canadian
cable.
A Live u i n Inic Company.
From Golden comes  the news that
���I mil work has   commenced   on   the
bunder Hill Milling Company's prop-
.uuong the peasants on  erly.
This properly, in East Kootenay,
was discovered by James Brady, the
present superintendent, aud through
the agency of W. H. Bainbridge, in
Victoria, a joint stock company was
formed and tlie original locator retains
his interest with the office of superintendent. Tho Thunder Hill is a low grade
property with a great ore body, and
ore is so easily mined that a handsome
margin remains after paying all expenses. The Thunder Hill Company
has set a noteworthy example to mine
owners in Kootenay.
Probably if there were not so many
gilt-edgeu propositions in the country
there would be more actual work done.
Toad mountain bristles with promising
prospects and mines, but the hum of
concentrating machinery will hardly
be heard for  many  years  to  come. ���
Miner.
BUfliti :
Tlie In
fliiusorl to
glass ui i
1,800 pan
Notice to Taxpayers.
Assessment Act and Provincial
Revenue Tax.
Hill,i
or. n
NOTICE IR HEREliYllIVEN, in accord-
mice willi the Statutes,, that Provincial Rev
oiiuo Tax and all Tuxes levied under the As-
sessmont Act are now due for the year 18I*.'!.
All of the above named Ti.sos collectible
within tlio Eastern Division, of the District
of Kootenay, tiro payable at mv office. Court
���0 Panes of (flitss House, Donald. Assessed Taxes i.ro collect-
ni, lble ut the following fiitcs viz.;
Monday   night  If paid on or before' dune ,'10th, lSllil
���5?usr'ttcc�� Ot'U*f>a.
Hox. J, A.
Lot
tHIKEIl, Q,C,
11. S. Ml
Carter.
lii-us
Ticeil
& SfcGartei',
Biu'riuters, Ail
Solicitors
CALUAItV,
ociitos, Solicitors,
Etc., Etc.
for Ih nk uf Mont
Notaries'
���01.1.
N.W.T
THE GOLDEN
i loruble damage
0 P.R work shops, about
ot ...;.. low glass having
lieen broken. The car and ulacliiue
shops suffered most, they having skylight roofs. Workmen are bits.ly
engaged repairing the damage.
Mr. Albert Boyco wri.es to the Free
Press stating that be gathered some of
the hail stones Monday night and
measured one, the dimensions being
.'i.'xil inches and 1J inches thick. Ho
picked up many more equally as large,
and some perhaps larger. Ten stones
filled au imperial pint measure to overflowing, and three together with six
others wh.ch were saved on a plate,
when dissolved weighed thirteen ozs.
The large stones fell a long distance
apart and appeared lo come from different directions. -Free Press.
Prnvlm I ' PeveiiiiO, ft'1.00 per capita,
One-hall' ���   c.n per ciiut on lie..I Property.
Two per con I on itssessoil  vi,l���o of iVilil
I .iiiitl.
Otio-tliird ul  ono  per  cent un   Personal
Property.
One half of one por cent on income,
If paid after June DQtli, WM<
Two-thirds of ono iior cent on Leal Prop-
erly.
Two mid one Ii.dl' por cont on assessed value
of Wild Laud.
One half of ono per cent on Persoiuil Property.
Three fourths of nun per cent on income
S. REDGRAVE,
Assessor and Collector.
Donald .Inn. nth. 1811*1.
JEPHSfftT nmi WHI1ELKB
Meinhors Assocn. D.L.S. ,v IM..S. for ll.C,
DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL LAND
SURVEYORS, Civil En-fini i rs, Droughts:
iiieu, Valuators, etc Ciilgiiryiitul Now \\est-
nunster. Cori'ospoudoni e soliciied..
rU.jKl'HSON, D.L.S.,I'.L.S, uf ll.C. &Ont.
(JAUt.'RV, AII��I.
A. 0. WllEELKlt, D.L.S. & IM..S. ,,f H.O.
NlilW WlilK'I'lll.Vol'Ifilt  It.C.
JlrCnrtliy   A    Ilnivrj.
Ilnrrlstors, Advoc.tes, Notaries, &e.   Solicitors tor: -
The Imperial llimk nl'fiuiiithi,
The ('.'ui,,da I'eriUllllOlit l.oiui ,1; Savings fo.
llie Yorkshire I uj.n it Secinitiesl orporiilluli
The llnssey il.-.iii.- ( u. II.til;, etc., etc.
Offices���Mephini Aveiii.c, t i,lgi,ry,
P. McCAiirnv, Q.0,
IIiiuaiiio ILyivEV, D.A., L.L.H.
IL Ii. CBJMMim
PROVINCIAL LAND SUIlVEYOR CIVIL
ENGINEER, Kir.
Golden     -     -     -    u.c.
i Smeltin
CO (Limited)
TENDERS FOR L��i8ER.
Hamilton, June 21).
a until named Roach deserted his wife
and three children here and went, to
Chicago. Not heurinu form htr husband the woman eighteen months ago
married H. Geiger, proprietor of the
Cosmopolitan Hotel. This morning
Roach returned mid wanted to raise a
disturbance. The police were notified
but no arrests were mad ���. It is probable that the woman w II Ii e with
Gieger, ns R inch gives no reason for
his desertion nor subsequent silence.
What Cliulcin la.
Eet'lii. June 2*1. - Much interest litis
beep aroused liy tlieauuouiioeineiit thai
Prof. Eiiiiniiiuli, of Munich, and his
assistant, Pi of. Tsuboi. of Tokio, have
discovered thai Asiatic cholera is essentially a poisoning, with nitric uei'!
goucraleii by Koch's co utuu baccilli
Cwn With Hiuh Prices Por
Electric Belts.
$1.55, $2.65, $3.70 ��� former |iriecs $5, $7,
$10. Qualty remains tin, Buine���10 till-
fcivnt styles- dry buttery ami acid belts
PIMPLES
simple
nilil or strong'ourreut" Lss than naif ill,ovo '���'"���,' l-reeklea, Plni-ilos, Motel
the jtrice of any other company anil more ' I-litoklioittla.et-*., leaving the skin i
Soi.led tenders for the supply of from 400.-
(lfKlto 1,000,(1(10 feet, H.M., 1 ine Lini.l or. nil-
ilreKsed to the uuilorsiguisl, will l.e received
..t the office of tho clerk of coiiiniitloo up .
Mo.eloek p.m. ou Thursday, SKinl of .luie,
The hmili.-t' h���ll he of soi.uil pine, free
I'l'mii loose oriilisu in ' knots, sawn to lilt even
thickness anil witlm .    ,.
The sizes required wi.l be 2-inch pl.uik, in
widths ot from (��� inches to  12 inches i.ud iu
leiit-llisfrom J2to Kl'ti.'dsoii quiiiitity,not ex-
ci'i'din,
pl.,iik.
'ding III per cent of tho
I ��� in.-.lit
whole,
of ii-incli
Tenilors may be by ei.r-liind lots, delivered
K.O.U. VViiiuipotr. II subject tu i.ccoptiuico
by the I ity Kiigiuecr.
Each tender nuirit he accompanied by an
acceptel cheque, iii.jIo |my. .hie lo thooi'i.er
of the city treasurer, for the sum nf 8100,
tvliii li will lie forfeited by the piii-ty whose
fin 0? is accepted sh Mil,', he rV.il u enter into
a written contract, wi li approved sure ics.
'I lie lowest ur i.uy lonuoi' nut necess���i'ily
accoptod.
11. II. WEST,
( In.ii'iu.'.u Cotllliiittce on Works.
Winni-iog, Mi.y i'J, liWI.
J.   LAINSGN-WILLS,
31. 13.,    S>\ C. M,
Reports on Millies & Mineral Properties
20li Al.iiEltr Hr., Ottawa.
LESLIE C. HILL,
Assoc. Mem. I.nst. C.E.
JI.XIX��   ESOIIVEER,
Cochrane, Alii A.- Ft. .Siekle, B.C.
XOTH'K
PROSPECTORS
�����"�� MINERS
f'OM'LXTR 'TWO SIM.Mt.iVlO li.uosstrolig-
tli.,n sugar. Inn carry e |tu,l ti s,*liw, iu
vest pocket, Send 85.03 to A. E. Mildnu
In., iMiolostdn Druggist, Cigar." i.inl n
supply by iiu.il vill he forwarded,
A.   LEOFRED,
(Graduate of Laval ami McOili.)
mix a*-ft  tes*i is emu.
Head Office, QiJEUEc;  Branch  Offices
SiiEitumioKE, & 17 Place d'Armes
Hill. Montreal.
MINES, & MINERAL PRODUCTS.
1/. PtLLEW HARVEY
Analytical Chemist ft Assayor,
Golden, Erltish Columbia.
1803      ASSAVKlt TO IIIK      1802
3riti3h Columbia Government
of all specimens aunt .'r j:n the Province to
THE  WORLDS FAIR,  CHICAGO.
PURCHASERS + OF + ALL + CLASSES + OF
Gold, Sillier t\ Lead Ores,
For full particulars apply to
H. B. ALEXANDER, MANAGER-
1 ivlll mail (I'KEE)on receipt
Of'a -.'stamp.n receipefor a
VEGETABLE HALM that will re-
1'llUS.
soft,
clear anil beautiful.    Address A. D. 8TEM-
gether._ Full listfree.    Mention tins   PEL, 00 Ann St., Now York.
,.      . I any other company ___	
horn   testimonials than all the rest to-
piHier. W. T. BAER & CO. Wn tlsor, On*
Metal Report.
We are indebte 1 to the Engineering
nnd Minin.' Journal of New York for
the following quotations : ������
New York. June 21). 1S93.
Silver. The Lon-loii prices advanced
sharply, owing io the expectations that the Herschell committee will recommend the
government to adopt measures
unfavorable tn future importations of silver. Prices, Now
York 82Jn. per oz. London,
II**J<1   |ier oz.
Coppoi Continues to lv* Hal a' from
I0J] to tOJc, for uleotrolvtic,
C.M.J'i. P-t;> lis. fid. io -C44
7s. (id. pi r ion.
Lend.     This   mnrltol   has   been very |
ivoak and is iionsidoralily lower
I haii last wei It at il. iii to il.HOc
per lb.
II la worth the prion to every p-rson
yhn evan reads ��� ne*tgpap��r."���Hailh:,;-.n
Jonrud.
THE JOURNAL REFERS TO
Blue Pencil Rules.
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Interest at Current rates.
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raua mmm
Livery & Feed Stables,
Saddle Horses for Hire.
uoi.ma.
ii. u.
To llullilern A   Contra:'tor*.
K1RHT  CLASS
BUILDING LIME,
In carload lots or by the bushel.
ta.  OKDEHS PROMPTLY FILLED   M
fi01lfr.lt <& ikMITH.
KANANA8KI8     LIME    KILNS.
HULL BROS & CO.,
U'liok'n-ili nitl Itctail
3UTCHERS.
Cattle, Slioep and
Horse Dealers.
GuLDiiM,   B. C.
J. SMART & CO. i
Undertakers and
.   ���   .   Ernbalmers.
t'lil-tiif.v Alba.
TCLEORArii   in; ' ins  rini.Mi'i'i.v
A'rriiNiii.ii  th.
Thos. Fry,
Practical   Watchmaker,
Stephen Ave., Calgary, Alba.
WATCH CLEANING, $1.00.
Work Mil !i��.iip <iiii-ii'.-iiit<'->:l  Mcroml   to' Sum'  i:i <!if Xorl.'i
Wt'xt T<>rritorit>��.
COMMERCIAL ;-:    PRINTING
J o b    De i > ti rt 111 e r\ t
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The GOLDEN KI>>A
���w
CAVEAT'
TRADE  MAF ::,
DESIGN ���'ATEWTll,
COP*""OHT��,   MO.
For Information arid free Handbook write to
MUN.N * CO.. Sill Biiiiaiiwat. Mill' VtillK.
Oldest bureau for securinit nateiits In Ameritta.
Vvery patent taken out by lis Is lirntiiUit. tn-fnro
tlie public by a notice given f roc of charge in tbo
$ tiwtiiit ^wtlm
Laraeet circulation of an, sclentlflc paper In the
world. Splendidlr Illustrated. No Intelligent
-null shnuiii bo wltluiui it. Weekly, Ht;I.UO a
rear! tutuix muntlis. Aiitiress .MtiNN tc CO.,
1*1���uusuxui, 1101 lltoailiw, Kcw Vorl: City.
GIANT  POWDER.
Magazine At Thunder Hill
Landing:.
No. I, 60 por cent: No. *!, JO per rent.
JUDSOX POWDER,
For Poop Vimk ami Klowinp; Up Stumps
Term* Htrli'il)- C����li.
THUNDER HILL M'k. Co., (Lt'il.)
Afrout.  Ifl'.for RitlietCo,
IMOMII.K I'AIIVT NII4H'.
If you wiitit yniir house Piiiiitetl, Piiperetl
or r.'ilsoiiniit.i . or any k ti ii I ni usiit'i raiiitetl
write to.J. II. MILLWAIHl. CAI.UAIIV. the
Leiiilhur Paint 8hop ill tile ttosl, lor ({poll
work mill prices thai aro rip/lit.
;SllSs^H. Connacher, Proprieior.
Newly ivliiti'tl iiiitl funiishoil. Strietlt FIRST
CLASS in every respect, Sample Rooms fur
Coiiiinei'oial men. Fire-proof safe for convenience
of guests. Iloiiilituarim's for iniuiiii; men anil
minors. Convenient to Station ami Steamboat
Landing. Direct Importer ainl wholesale anil
retail dealer iu Wines, Liquors, and Cigars.
Special attention given lo orders from ti,. the
Columbia River.
HARRY   CONN AC! [EK,
GOLDEN,        -        1J.C. LINTON BROS.,
FROM Dl."FF  TO GOLDSN.      and it is railroad talk one bears  from
morn  till  night ;  nf No. 1 nnd No. 2,
S,_       , , I Iii ;l and   191.     This  is all right for
Ss'llimP       i? "If-'O r ',"'������'���*>    Glories   of    tlie    "lloitntiiln   Soonory, .   .     . ,     . , .
(UllJllulO,     Dj UiXdCJl lol 0, thorn ; it is there business ; but rather
mystifying to the stranger. Thero is
! possibly more style put on in Donald
than any other place in British Columbia, and im one to sec it, The mountains frown upon ii ; the freight cars
on lite side tracks are unmoved by it;
tho Columbia Slows on ns though it
An > 5fjR'.VS3>EA1 ERS.
TOYS,  FANCY   GOODS   &   WALL
PAPERS.
CALOARY       -        ALBA.
TUB   HUMAN   COUNTRY,
UY  "A WOULD MAN OS THE U'l.NCl.
Returning  from  Uault to Golden, I
stopped off   nt Field   one and a  half
[days, at the   Mount   Stophen   house
wlii'-ii   I wns loiith tn leave,     Before
tin;  lAilumiiia   llvws   on  ns inoiigu u
reaching this place  from the east the ,    , , _ ..    ,    ,,
,    ,  ,     ,,,,,., ,  ,  I hud    not    been,    even    Sutherland s
lioavy grade of tbo C. P.K. is descended. ,       , , .,    ,  ,
t    .        ,   ,.,. .     . .      .,     monkey  luces at  ihuui  ns tlie untie
it.   ,. ,,  11,,.,11,,iir   ii,,',,.,,,..,,,I,,11,, I',,!,,
It   is ii thrilling, awe-inspiring ride,
yet   ii   safe   one,   because   ah
the
strut along tlio grassy street.
They
A  TrillI   ���' undid.
Messrs.   Henderson   and Wolls got
buck last week from  another of their muni
(rips from Kaslo to Gol Ion.   All along heavy
the roadthoy found many prospeotors nlwavs kopt open, it watohman  beiiid
enonmped and signs of otliers who had stationed at each one for that purpose,
proceeded ftfrther up tho various creeks Us the train  nears. if   everything   is
in search of gold.     There is a general O.K. four sharp whistles are blown,
pav more attention to their adornment
steepest   pornous,   nnil    wltt'i'c   slia.tp    ,' ,        , .      . r    .   .     .      ,
,      . .       '   than to tho cultivation of their intid-
i-ill'vi'- ai'i.'1'iii'iiiiiittrcil, safot,' switch
rush up the II Miser nnd its branches,
and the entire country surrounding the
Duncan valley is being well picked
over.
Inis.   One person remarked that "nny-
tnov are usuallv  tormod, are buili, I , ,
., ono win. dm  mil put on style out no
.p  Hie   mouiitaiu   side on n  ���        ., ., , ..
,       ��� , .   figure.'    Groat  Scott, what a liguro
ado,      I hese   switches   are   , .     ,
they are outting I
(i wad s e nowor thegiftiogieus
To see ourselves us otliers see us.
|l", Webb's famous tr.in pulled up
ut. Donald while 1 wns there, and tbo
running gear was examined before they
started en ist wards. Tlie cars were
elaborate; but I wonder what Donald-
ites thought ns they  gazed on   tho
u! the switcli is turned, allowing the
train to puss ilown the in tin line.    So
with tliis precaution, the improved tiir
I brakes, iiiiiiisli'r engines, und the vigi-
Sonie of   the ore already discovered  lance of the train men, an  accident is
| pariy,   who were   leisurely   strolling
is very hiuh grade. Apart from gold almost impossible, A few inilt's
carrying i-unrt'c. there is u quantity of j ward from Laggati, ut, the siiuiiuit of
associatetl galena nnd sulphurets. We , the Rockies, we are passing down this
have had Information conveying proof renowned piece of road, following the
thai tlio galena is fairly ricli in silver, j Kicking Horse canyon, or pins, and
This addetl (o the gold, should be the I rounding tho base of  Mount Stephen,
means of opening ui  that  section  of win; itnnmit  towers  tar up into tlio
tin country.    The question is how can i skies.
it best be done? Well we contend Tho summit of Mount Srephen is
that tlie Provincial Government should j chid iu whiteness, but is often invisible
at an early date be prepared to say as it is aw.iy far up among the clouds,
bow it will be done. It is an easy i Tho sight is bewildering, fl is an
matter to make a good trail Irom the artist's gem. Methinks if an artisl
Hotiser Creek to tho summit and tlie wants to accomplish a masterpiece,
expense of connecting the two Koote- this is his subject. Fancies (Hirer, i
nny's would, It is said, not exceed but Eur mountain scenery I think this
Si!.000. This should be considered as' is equal, if not better, than anything
a mere trifle in comparison to the of the kind on the line of the C.P.R.
benefits which will naturally accrue, j Away far up the side to a dizzy height
From East Kootenay  there is a good  is a huge greenish   glacier saht to be
along the platform, dressed in the
plainest manner possible, yet with
millions at their disposal, Dr. Webb
wns walking along bare-headod, ''not
pulled up'' with a saucer cap on the
back of bond, or ;i blazer showing off
his figure and without a jingle iu his
pocket. There are, however, well-to-
do people in Donald who are not stee|
llnn^rAlllTnlifO Narration fl/\
UPpOl bOllllllM &TramWayW.
Tramway from C.F.5. Golilon to Columbia Xiver,
Strs. DUCHESS & HYAK on Columbia River
Tramway betwoea Hud Lake and Upper Columbia Lake.
" PERT un Upper Columbia Lake.
TrcigLt Wagons between Upper Goluatbia Lake and Kootenay River.
" GWENDOLINE on Upper Kootenay Riv.
Sta^e Line fro.n Upper Columbia Lake to Fort Steele,
TIME TABLE AFTER JULY 1st. 1893.
SOUTHWARD.
Miles'
NORTHWARD.
fr.osday & Friday 7n.ni.
Guillen hy stoniiior Duchess        0
Thursday & Monday,
Wednesday K Saturday,
Windermere         '-                 100
Aili'ln                     "                   11.1
Ti'.'.inwiiy liehveeu Li.kos           liH
Thunder Hill&l'auid Flat ss Portias
������
Thursday
Cunt,] l'l..i,& Fort Steele.stngo IM.
i*i.l i .'liny.
Freight Rates to Fori, Stce'.e, Canadian Freight Classification.
A    Class 1 & 2    $:S,00
H      "    :!, I. ."), & (1  $2.25
C       "     7, S. ii. it 10   81.60
oCO feet   thick, further
varied hues   s
moans of access to the  Duncan, pros
pectors would find it fur easier lo puck
in provisions, even in the prosont state
ot the trail, from  here to tlie camps  far up this  precipiece, iu  the shape ol
there.      There should he no  jealousy, |cribbing, tunneling, and  boxinit  for a
t. i in style, uud who can converse with
working men. There are warm-hearted folks hen.- also, who are obliging
nil courteous to everybody, Our
landlord, ui   the   Selkirk   house, is a i _,
,���,,! fellow. Stephen (sheriff) E idgrave Expl'CSS ll'""8' Goiae" t0 iort bteB,e -4centsPe*'lu- ���"���<* 2 P* ����� ��'- ""��*<���<- value
would in.ike anyone feelut home ; is a Golden to Canal Flat iV-ts. per lb, and 1 p.c.
plain man,and u rustler from "away
back." li.. has a host of duties to
attend to, and tlie court house arrangements which   he  supervised   are well
limes sparkles in  the sunlight. I l����"��e��l.  R. "W. Putmore is the genial
uid the  workmanship of iniin is soon  |,oatinaster'    a|
anothecan
bookseller,
Ietc.     Miiiutel A I! tttau, geuerul mer-
| chants, do n good business,    W. Alexander, the  jeweler, has a trade that
the of camp  equipment is   a cipher, tram line   leudiug to a silver miiio ol untte,'i tliu  jeweler, has a trade that
the   future   wo   must   all     Look   to low   grade,   but   not   working.   *rne oxtonds east to Caninore.     There are
and from the present   enterprise and work performed is marvellous.     Still olliei' Slmi* 'ncludiug the C.P.R. one,
tli.vnl iii.iil  it   will   ilnnmiil nil, Iin..  Iiitln.    <!tin lnnt,   ,.,������,,.!,., ,,-,,(��� l'"'   ForiCSt   ttlld    C.P.R.    hotels,' COII1-
dovelopment it will depend.
lidding to the  stitpeiidotis grandeur of'
".M.   B.   LANG,:
1114.
teveiopint'iii it win tiepenu. uiiuiug io ine  stupeuitoiis grnniieur of               ' 	
The nail should be struck on the the soouo, nmi  which  almost turns it 'or'"Jle reaiilonttes, ulittruhes, uud the|
lead at onco, the government should t0 the "-���'���'���ule' is ���-���'   leaping, roaring    ' ';"   ''  ding room.
... : ....,...:.,.   ., ,.  and  fou L- Khili   ll,,,.,. i���mI,!������      Hero I met  .1.1   ri nils, the Rev. W.   Din  GOODS,
MinindAlrPyi'Tfllfliin
MUilllg UUCiltjICIi OUW
lie impressed with the responsibility u"d foaming Kicking Horse, lashing
resting on thoin, when probably such 1 itaelf into spray a pure white, as ii
n discoverv will he made as will tend rushes,madly along, In ing from out
to  ease the gol I   stringency  iu   the cataract to another, ea|        -it   wen
II   llossand
move,; from
sinlioncl   fi'
��� . v,uo" recently re-
rton. and who were
.im ��� at   Ohilliwaek.
world and ut the same time bring our
country prominently before "The
Mining World.''
: . (',,|,,m. They  like Un ..   new home very wt 11
HARDWARE, PATENT MEDICINES
CLOTHING. TLWABE, FANCY TOIBACCOES
JJ00T8& SHOES, STATIONERY, PIPES,   En:..   Etc.
io join tli,'p..i,   t   sti :  .('iilum- ���       ���'   '"���'""'    "c"  -"""u   veij wtu.
bin, at Golden, and iiiiall liuus rest in Jo'!" [s a iollv ��"'' "-1"1 ,"ls hosts of 1^1 T1<^     f*T*nPPT,��   ?'Ci    :'-      '^'i^^. Ho l+fV
,t         ,         r   t admirors. and ban      will the iad.Pn lie A *.**v      MA WI^VllVkD    CSl      .'..-?���>'������.���' i tXlll V
the waters of the great j utc ocean al  uu,ui���i��i ���'"' ""I i    "l" UIK ui.i'i.i uo                                                                                          Jn��                           ��/
I                               . U-'l/l      tt'illll       lllll>     1.1       lift-       ll.M.Ill                              \            ..���...���,
North Star Mine.
Since our Inst report on this mine
we are informed that considerable development bus beoii done. The manager, Mr. Leslie Hill, A.M.I.C.E., j'
liiitling that the time ot the bond was
drawing close, put ou nil the extra
force available, opening surface cuts to
prove tlie course of the vein or deposit,
for any pen        describe, ai.d   beyond
���,. . , , ,      , the power of    ho most gifted brush to
This work riiiihl not   Iii! done  sooner; .
,, , ������.       transfer toeanras,    Field is a railway
owing to the snow and water.    These
, , . .1,,    town;   yet   Carlin   it   Like, general
outs exposed the vein fora i nisi     able
,., ., .     -,        ,       ,   merobauts, carry on a large trade, and
distance on  the surface, but    I i ugh       ,,
.... , .   I A. Hanson, of   the  Monarch hotel, Is
w'.io wins her t,. his home. A move'
iiu'iii wns on fo.it to build a new manse
which will likely be curried through
with dispatch, H. Beasley, Stpt.
Marpole's assistant, it, very obliging iu
ins olliciul capacity, and well liked
by ilmsj with whom helms to do
business.     During my short stay. I
i met the night despatcher, R. C. Barker,
lieu-!,   is  ui   keeping i    , ,    , 1
1    -".vh'is' n        jiile   and cheery good
'"""   '���" '  !        night has made him many friends,
(Continued next week.j
Astoria
The base rounded. Mount Stephen
house, one of tho C.P.R, ���'���>.'- ehiganl
resorts and eating houses, which is
the architectural attraction of field, is
reached. The management, the table,
and everything iu connection with
this ehiiriuii
with ihu  see:
TENONS WANTED.
the vein bus nol   yet  been proved in
depth a  large hotly of  or.'is in  sight.
We understand that Mr. Altwood,]
F.G.S., etc, the engineer who made
the final examination in company with
Mr. Hill, Is sntisli'd with the property
ami that tlie ileal will iu ull probability be completed,
Inri-fly   patronized.     All   ti
', ,,   , , ,.,,     Will In
around iield are very ngroeublo,     Hie       .1
:��� 1ALED TENDERS lor llie ereo-
j���   .���.,,,,!,. tl' u "' a Presbyterian Manse ft' Donald
,      ,.!.    will be n ivod by the undersigned u|:
intli .Inly.   1808.
Plans and sperilieations may be seen
��� boys" are us big hearted as the celebrated ox ilmt  parades  the street, or
rather the railway track. Ho Is said by oulTing at The offlcoof the under
to ��� 11 years old, mil has l.ien signed, or a copy of the specifications
ditched by the train   six times, ibis
usually occui'i'lng whon the time Is
changed, The "buys" all allowed
Ithiit the   fast   schedule  time  would
when   lliev
will be lorwrded to any tenderor,
.!. C. PITTS,
Chairman Building Committee,
I aid. B.C.
r'->-^*>^-n
The IliM'kv Mountain Bolioos
This little :   nit    -arbler is again toI ,.knook   |,im   ,������        	
bund, not in its old style, but increased | pm.poae Klvin(( ,lim ��� ,,,,,,��� blu.,a|
ill size.    This increase means success.     Tllt, r-de ,,,������  ,���,.,, t0 GoidBU RnJ
the success is gained  by intention o���   DonaW is an uninteresting one,    The
the part of themi.niigoinont.    We con-; hn,r ���t om. ,in���, WHg .,)fl m03t talked
gratulate all on the present flourishing ftbout place wegl of Winnipeg j  but as
Btatc of affairs. i,���. railway pushed westward its glory j
  departed,
frontier   lown ;    but   tho   scene   bus the County Court will bo hold on Thursday,
changed.     There is no quieter or more the 87tli iliiy of July, 1803, nt 10 o'clock, ti.in,,
sports which will be held on July 4th. (orderly  hamlet to-day along the line.
About  S.'jOO   will be   given  iu   prizes.   Il   is   u  divisional   point   nnd ull tlie I
Particulars,oun bo obtained  from the necessary works are in operation.   The     ,.    ,, ,.   , ,. '!M>
' i    linii.'.lii, Lasl ivootoiiay.
secretary, Lord Sorbury. | inhabitants are principally rallroadors, \        ,]mv -jottt. is'.c.
Apples,
Creinberries,
Oreir|^cs,
Leixior|s.
::.���.";���:!.'
".-.. HMgMimi -i w*srmmaum
M. B. LANG, Golden, B.C.
Mi'foni mid Ooolirnno sportN.
The  programme   is   out   for these
NOTICE!
It  was  likewise a topical j   NOTICE Is lioreby glvon that a alttlng of
MACHINE SHOP.
ALL KINDS OF REPAIRS
on Mill and Mining1 Machinery, Boilers, Engines and
Agricultural traplements. A good general blacksmith
shop in connection with the Machine Shop.
at tho Court House, I'mudi
REDfJRAVE,
Kt'gistr,.!' Couuty Court*
ALSO MANUFACTURERS  OF
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Stair and Turned
Work. Estimates furnished and contracts taken on all
kinds of buildings.
Houston & Wilson,
GOLDEN, B.C.

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