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VOL-   III.      NO. 43. GOLDEN, B. 0.,    FEBRUARY,  10,   1900.
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»K@ic. P. R. WILL
$1.00 PER YEAR
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1 THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
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Centrally located and fitted with modern conveniences.
Cusine Unexcelled.      The Bar is   Stocked with the best
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
RATES $2.00 TO $5.00 PER DAY
}. C. Greene, Proprietor
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Wood for Salt
We still have a few cords of|
first class dry fir. Cut in any
length required, at $5.00 Per
Cord. Green wood $4.00 Per
Cord. Send in your
Orders Now.
SPEND $2,000,000
Extensive Work on the Pacific division This
Year
Extensive work on the C. P. R. Pa
cific Division, amounting approximating $2,000,000, will be carried out
this year according to statements made
by F. F. Busteed, general superintendent of the Pacittc division- Besides
minor work there will be n«w bridges
at Cisco, near Lytton, also in the Koot-
enays and Fraser river at Mission.
Between Vancouver and Kamloops,
26 masonry or concrete arches and i-ul-
verts will be constructed. Between
Kamloops and Laggan, the bridge work
will not be extensive, as so much has
been done in the last lew  years   that
Williams Head Ruarantine Station,
improvements and repairs to buildings
md fittings, furniture, etc., $5,000.
Columbia river improvements,   $20,
000.
Haibors, rivers, bridges and general
repairs, $8,000.
The judiciary estimates provide $4,-
666 each for two new judges in British
Columbia.
SENSATION IS
NOW PROMISED
Startling Reveleticns May Occur in Connection With Management of Penitentiary.
That bill Miner did not escape from
the penitentiary at New Westminster
is the belief of D. 1). Bourke, forn.er
deputy warden of that federal  instit-
jj. W. CONNER, - GOLDEN,
WE INVITE
Your Inspection of our New
Fabrics, in all the advanced
Winter weaves and Colorings.
HPOITED  SCOTCH IWEEO
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•A.D.J. MATHIESON
The Tailor.
the bridge work  on this  section  has! ution for the detention of criminals,
been practically completed.   A number i    ln other wordes Mr- Uourke's opinion
of culverts, however, will be rebuilt in
concrete.   Ten or more bridges will be
con ret: abutments, replacing piles,
I is that the enotorious
two train robberies in
and four steel and masonry bridges will
be built on the Eagle river.
With the development of the fruit
growing industry of the Okanagan, the'
railway company will make extensions
to the wharves and buildings at Okanagan Landing and Kelowna, to facilitate the handling of the fruit traffic.
At Field a new boiler and engine
house will be ere ted,
At Revelstoke and Nelson extensions
and repairs will be made to the shops.
perpetraior  of
British   Colun.
bia, a man who committed many crime-
THE DOM
WINDERMERE      NURSERY
Has now a limited
number of
YOUNG APPLE TREES
FOR SALE
of the varieties specially
selected and suitable for
this district
E. W. HUSTLEY,
1st choice 25 cts.
2nd   «    20 cts.
If selected by the purchaser, 1st choice. 20c. ;
2nd choice, 15c.   Apply to
WILMER, B. C.
An article is going the rounds of
the press about a new game that has
cropped up. It is called "Tickle the
Publisher" and is as follows: Take a
sheet, of ordinary wtiting paper, fold
t nicely, enclose a bank note sufficiently large enough to pay all arrears Repeat it:—"Shiloh's Cure
and one year in advance and give it to always cure my coughs and colds.
the editor, keep an eye on h im and if a
smile adorns his face the trick  works
Ine.   Now is the time to clay the joke,
it beats "Bridge" "Slough" and "Pit'
all hollow.
will
Over Quarter of a Million Will B? Spent In
British Columbia
The main estimates for the fiscal
year ending March 31st,-' 1910, ..were
tabled in the Federal House, Ottawa,
last week. They call for a total expenditure of $110,487,774 as against a
total of $129,788,173 voted for the current fiscal year. This paring down of
$19,300,309 is to be reduced by subsequent supplementary estimates.
Public buildings to the approximate
cost of $250,000 are allowed for B. C.
and include—
Dominion public buildings, improvements; repairs, etc., $8,000.
r'ernie public building, $25,000.
Ladysmith public building$17,600.
Prince Rupert Quarantine Station,
$25,000.
Vancouver public building, $60,000.
Victoria immigration building,' $43,-
000.
Victoria postoffice, alterations and
additions, $3,000.
in the United States, and who hau
been "wanted" by the police in many
parts of the country every month during the past fifteen years, was practically pushed out of the penitentiary into the woods with the injuction to make
himself scarce.
Here is what Mr. Bourke says:
''I thoroughly believe that Bill Minn-
was taken away and did not >-sca> o
f i om the British Columbia penitentiary.
Did the authorities connive at the escape of Bill Miner, one of the worst
enemies of society ever incarcerated ift
the penitentiary?"
Mr. Bourke charges that he was
turned loose on society again by arrangement and the public interest demands that those who were party to
such arrangement, if made, stand forth
and explain.
Though Bill Miner was convicted of
but one train holdup—that near Duck*
station on the C. P. R. in the summer
of 1906, it is well known to the police
that he was the man guilty of robbing
the C. P. R. westbound passenger
which was held up near Whennock on
September 10, 1906. Apprehended in
the vicinity of Douglas lake following
the robbery near Ducks, Bill Miner
was found guilty and sentenced to life
imp.isonment.
Were the other prisoners included in
the "escape for the purpose of lendir.g
a color of genuineness to the disspear*
ance of Miner?
An investigation will likely be held.
TtMPLEMAN ELECTED
Vancouver, Feb. 10.-Hon. Wm.
Templeman was elected for Comox-
Atlin by acclamation.
■ Ui GJLDEH TIMES.
PJJLISHED WEDNESDAYS
-BY--
T.   H.   CONNER.
Subscription price $1 in advance.
Advertising rates on application.
Correspondence invited on matters of
pjoiic interest. Communications
to the K lit jt must be accompanied
by nana of writer, not necessarily
(or pablication, but as evidence of
good faith. Correspondence should
be brief.
Timbor notice* inserted in tbe TIMES
at $j.00 per parcel.
Qiuen Charlotte News (conservative): If the Colonist is guilty, as
accused, of tampering in any manner
with It. L. Borden's telegram its resignation as a conservative journal
shoald be handed in and accepted at
onca. And every honorable conservative in the Comox-Atlin district, and
the liberals to a man should see that
Hon. Win Templeman is returned to
Ottawa either by acclamation or with
a handsome majority. The occasion
demands it, and the circumstances ful-
lj justify his return, for it is to the
bj.;; interests of tlie entire province of
Bri ish   'Joiumbia.       Undoubtedly   a
ted more ioj ally than he has been in
the past yean, and we must realise
that he is making a sacrifice in our
favor that should be appreciated.
THE CHURCHES
St. Paul's Anglican — Rev. C, F.
Yates Vicar. Mattins 11 n. m. Even-
.-ong 7:30 p. m. every Sunday. Sunday
School 2:'M p.m.
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_ Roman Catholic Church-Rev. Father
Cocolla, 0. M. 1. Pastor. Services
every second Sunday in each mona.h.
Mass 10 a. m.,0Benedic. en 7:30 p. m.
Sunday school every Sunuay at 2
p.m.
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fct. Ar.diews I tettjUrian-Rev. W
L. MacRae, Pa-tor. Services every
Sunday 11 a.m. and 7-30 p. m. Sunday
School 2:30 p.m. Prayer meeting ever
Wednesday at 8 p. m. «
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Grace Methodist Church - Rev. F. L.
Carpenter Pastor. Services every Sunday 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. rn. Sabbath
Shcool 2:30 p. m. Prayer meeting
every Wednesday at 8 p. m.
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN
HOiVlESTUAD   REGULATIONS.
g.-cuc injustice   has   been  done   that
,.'',-,,        .._  , ...       Any available Dominion Lands with-
should oe reciiheJ as  iar  as  possible      _, "    .,       „ ,. .   _ ._...-. „ •,     ,.
1 ;n the Railway Belt in British Columbia,
A most commendable feature in  con- may   be homesteaded  by  any person
nectioa'with Hon.   Mr.  Te.npleman's«"-10 is the sole head of a family, or any
I male over 18 years of age, to tbe ex-
dafeni; in /ictotwa was tne fact that he tent 0_ one.qUarter section of 160 acres
stood true as st'iel to ins leader,   Sir.
W.ic'i-jJ Lui-.e.-, even Livoagli he went
JjvVii to defeat on tbe Asiatic question,
» .vlen of t.iis character  are nut  to be
feared ih any honorable    contest, ana
oiioulb certainly be appreciated as poi -
tibialis.   The most i.nporcaiit quesuon
is what nave We to yam or lose'.'      Sir
vVilfred Laurier is willing and anxious
to retain Mr. Temp.eman in his cabinet as minister of mines for  Britisli
Columbia.   Tnis is all we could ask or
expect under the  present   conditions,
a.id t..e people of    .he    Comox-Atlin
district cannot afford to lose a cabinet
minister in preference to a mere aspiring member in the back ranks of tne
opposition, for we are in that stage of
development that requires overy government assistance that is due us. and
no part of the dominion or province has
more resources and brighter prospects
than the Comox-Atlin district, nor will
any part of the province produce more
revenue in the near future.   And while
it is with the deeptst regret we lose so
valuable and esteemed a member as Mr
Sloan, we must realise and believe that
he considered his resignation    In   the
best interests of the people in his con-
more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land office for the district in
which the land is situate. Entry by
proxy may, however, be made on certain conditions by the father, mother,
son, daughter, brother or sister of an
intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to per-
iorm the conditions connected therewith tinder one of the following plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of*the land in each
year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased), of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity of
the land entered for, the requirements
as to residence may be satisned by such
person residing with the father or
mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned by
him in the vicinity of his homestead,
the requirements as to residence may
be satisfied by residence upon the said
land.
Six months notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to
apply for patent.
COAL—Coal mining rights may be
leased for a period of twenty-tine years
at an annual rental of $1 per acre.
Not more than 2,570 acres shall be
leased to one individual or company.
A royalty at the rate of five cents per
ton shall be collected on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.—Unauthorized  publication of
stituency, for no man was ever support-this advertisement will not be paid for.
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is simply invaluable. It interests one
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The combination of the GOLDEN
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& WEEKLY STAR provides you with
the greatest amount of wholesome
family reading and valuable information, and at the above price every
home in this district should take advantage of the offer.
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Sample Copy.
Canadian fruit  tre^s fori
Canadian People.
...
A little over a year ago, the old reliable nursery 1 rm of Brown Bros. Co.
of Toronto, opened a branch 111 Vancouver, under the management of Mr.
Chan. L. Trotter. The move hts been so highly appreciated by the people
of British Columbia, that a very great volume of business has resulted. 1 h*
fact that our stock haa been shipped to all parts of the province, successfully, and in good time for planting, both in spring and fall, warrants us in
further extending the business by making these results more widely known.
Planters of large or small orchards can now uecuaefirat class stock direct
from the nurseries where the trees are grown, by expert nurserymen, who
I have done nothing else but produce the best trees, lor tne pa*>t twenty-five
years.
Our stock has a solid, firm texture of wood, and an abundance of fibrous
roots, the growing and packing of our trees is always. under the   aired
[supervision of the members of our firm, thus we ave able to see  that pur
stock turns out true to name .
We are desirous of getting into tout h with every planter of trees in the
province, and invite correspondence from all who •»re interested. You can
can order direct from this offlcc.Joi through our agents. Send your listp of
wants for spring or fall to this office to be priced before ordering elsewhere, we will give you a squa e deal, aid reasonable prices for a Canadian product.
We grow many acres of ornamental treep, shrubs,  roses, etc.,*" andj can
quote reasonable prices on large oraerc for park or street planting.     We
constantly employ a first class landscape architect, whose seruices  are at
your disposal, if you are laying put large or small public parks or private^
gardens.
We want a few more good r< liable men Sto. represent us in unoccupied
territory, and shall be pleased to have applications from any successful
man, we pay a liberal commission on all good business sent us.
For further particulars in regard to prices or terms to agents address
bhas. L. Trotter; Manager Brown Bros. Nursery
(men, Ltd., 1125 8th Ave. West, Vancouver, B. O.j
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understand that pur interests
extend from one end of the
valley to the other,
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Columbia Land District.
District of North East Kootenay.
Take notice that Edmund J. Mills of
Galena, B. C, occupation, Rancher,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:—
Commencing at a post planted at the
North East corner of Lot 9002 (E. i.
Mills pre-emption), thence South along
the East boundary of said lot to the
S.E. corner of said lot, on the North
boundary of the C. P. P. Lot No. 849
about 58 chains; thence East along the
N. boundary of Lot 349, 40 chains;
thence North 20 chains, thence West
20 chains, thence North about 381 bains
to the C. P. R. Pelt lire, tktme West
20chains along the C.P.R. Belt line to
place of commencement, and containing 159 acres more or less.
E. J. MILLS. Applicant.
Dated December 10th, 1808.      8E-2m.
MILLS AT GOLDEN, BEAVER, KAULT & GARLIN
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WOOD FOR SALE.
TERMS CASH.
HEADOFFIGE GOLDEN, B. G.
ADVERTISE IN "THE TIMES" THI
"BEST" Results
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Notice
Windermere Land District
District of N. E. Kootenay,
Take notice that J. L. McKay of
Sinclair, B. C, occupation Rancher,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land :—
Commencing at a post planted at the
South East corner of Lot 7678, thence
North VtO chains, thence East 40 chains,
thence South 120 chsins, thence .West
40 chains to place of commencement
containing 480. acres.
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COLUMBIA
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TONSORIAL ART
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STEVENS
IN  CAMP OR  FIKLO-AT
MOUNTAIN OR SHORE
Then le afwaysa chance
to in'"" Mm* (hootli-f
TO SHOOT WELL VOU MUST BE EQUIPPED WITH
A KIMBLE HREARM: th* only fcl.id we hive
In* mUoi for o-wirtfo offlit* »**r*.
Ov llm: RIFLES, PISTOLS, SHOTGUN 3,
RIFLE TELESCOPES, ETO.
Aik jronr Dealer, and insist on the
STEVENS. Where not oolil by Be-
ic.io», we ohlp direct, expre-ii pre-
V»M, npon receipt of Catalog price.
Neud lair 140 A'tttt. Illantriataj.
catalog. AalndlancauaMel.ook b«'|
rouslsr reibreaee far aa* and boa
•hoofera. MaaUeaf Mr A eeate la
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J. STEVENS ARMS * TOOL CO.
P. O. Boa 40-Y
Chicopee Fall*,
    U.S.A.
Hugh Maedonald
Barrister & Solicitor.
GOLDEN,   j   -  B.C. Local and General
Repeat it --"Shiloh's Care will
always cure my coughs and colds."
The Kootenay Central gang broke up
Saturday.
Mr. J. Gould left Wednesday on a
business visit to Revelstoke.
Bert Blyth was in town yesterday on
business.
For Sale—One Remington Typewriter
in perfect working order.—Apply at
this ofllce. 5t.
Mr. Allsup of Brisco was a Golden
visitor last week.
The Public School is closed this afternoon.
Fred Rust of Roger's Pass, was a
Golden visitor during the Bonspiel.
Hugh McDonald left Saturday on a
business trip Up Country. He expects
to be away a week.
Mrs, J Brady entertained a number
of young people at a party Wednesday
evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Starke, of Wilmer
were visitors to Golden laat week.
They stayed a   the Columbia.
Miss, L. Woodland of Revelstoke,
arrived yesterday to attend the wedding of Miss. K. Adams, which takes
place this afternoon.
ftrs. C. Loomis, and family left
yesterday for Leduc, Alta., where they
will in future reside. Mr. Loomis will
join them in a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Chamberlain of
Athalmer were in the city last week
visiting friends.
Geo. B. McDermott left this afternoon on a business trip to Calgary.
Mac. expects to be away about two
weeks.
Mr. H. Ogelson of Wilmer was in
t.Dwn for a few days this weelcon business. This is Harry's.first visit to our
lair city for ten years. He wis registered at the Queen's.
Mr. P. C. Coates, timber cruiser for
the Columbia River Lumber company
leaves in a few days with a gang of
men for the Black Water, in the vicinity of Donald, where they will do a considerable amount of surveying for the
company. Owing to the deep'snow in
that section, toboggans and snow-shoes
will be used instead of pack, horses.
They will be away about two months.
Two hundred and seventy letters
registered in Canadian post-offices an d
containing sums of money in various
amounts up to $6,000, did not reach
their destination during the fiscal year
1903, according to official repor ts.
Besides this 1,009 letters, which contained money, but which were not
registered, alio failed to get to th*;
parties to whom they were addressed.
Geo, S. HcCarter of Harvey Mc-
Carter A Pinkham, Revelstoke. spent
a few days in town last week c)n legal
business. He was registered at the
Columbia.
Mrs. J. R. McVay received the sad
news of the serious «i illness of her
mother in Oakland, Cal. She left on
Friday.
One of our exchanges advertises a
cow for sale as follows: "Full blooded
cow for sale, giving milk, three tons
of hay, a lot of chickens and several
stoves." While we have always had
thegreatest respect for the meek eyed,
gentle bossy, we never suspected for a
moment that she would branch out
into the junk shop business; and she
full blooded, too, no "yeller" dog or
posthole in her make up.
SCHOOL REPCRT.
The following is the list of pupils
making a complete attendance during
the month of January:
Div. I.-James Henderson, Charles
Adams, Greta Adams. Hazel Shierlock,
Olga Shierlock, Allan Stafford.
Div. II-Lloyd Bulloch, Wilfred
Good, George Henderson, Her'ert
Loomis, Helen Mercier. Telesphore
Mercier, Edith Maxwell, Edith McHattie, Ferol Peters, Beatrice Peters,
Willie Sanoorn, Mike Stafford, Mattie
Holt.
Div. UL—Lawrence Good, Jack
Henderson. Jeanie Langla ids, May McHattie.
COUNTY COURT
A session of county court wss held in
the Court House last Friday by Judge
Wilson,
There was but only two cases brought
up at this sitting.
The first one was Wm. Chamberlian
and a Chinaman (name was not given.)
The chinaman claimed that that he
(Chamberlain) refused to pay wages
due him for working in his Wilmer
Hotel. Geo. McCartsr appeared for
the plaintiff, and Hugh Mac Dona Id for
the defendant.
A decision could not be reached, and
the case was withdrawn until the next
sitting.
The next case Anderson vs Moodie
this was for wages also. Anderson
claimed that Moodie, who is manager
of a mining company under the name
of "The Big Bend Mica Mines," owed
him (Anderson) the sum of $1,000 for
wages which Moodie was to have paid
Anderson for packing and staking
claims for the said company during the
summer of J1907.
Geo. McCarter appeared for the
plaintiff and Hugh McDonald for the
defendant.
This case took up a great portion of
the morning, and will be brought up at
the next sitting, on account of Mrs.
Alfred Anderson being ill, she wu un*
able to give evidence.
. The next sitting of County Court will
lie -held in April.
Skating and Icebosting is excellent
on Windermere Lake just now and we
hope the snow may keep off a little
longer.
Dr. and Mrs. Elliot were in town
Wednesday on their return from Fairmont..;  .,. ft ■ ..V.
BONSPIEL CLOSED
. SATURDAY NIGHT
Thos. Hi) nod Grand Challeogt—Succms-
ful 'Spii
The 12 Annual bonspiel of the Golden
Curling Club was a success. This expression was heard on the streets after
the close of one of the 'Spiels that was
ever held in Golden.
The rink wss lined with curlers early
Thursday morning, and at nine o'clock
the excitement .ommenced.
The Columbia River Lumber company's trophy was the first to be played for, and was finally won by M.
Dainard's rink, which consisted of J.
Johnston, J. C. Shierlock, D. Bowes
and M. Dainard skip.
Col. Walker's rink from Calgary, won
the O'Brien trophy after a hardfeught
game. The Revelstoke rink, however,
which succeeded in capturing this
trophy last winter, were out of practise, owing to not having any ice until
lately, and therefore were unable to
defend the cup from the Calgary rink.
The Grand Challenge, which was
presented to the Golden Curling Club
by H. G. Parson, M.P.P., was won by
Thos. Kin's rink, after a hard struggle
the rink consisted of H. Giffen, Harry
Spedding, Dr. Taylor wuh Thos, King
skip. W. Alexander of Banff capturing second. M. Dainard's rink won
the Consolation trophy.
Col. Walker's rink won the Grand
Aggregate. *
On Saturday evening a Smoker was
held in the Columbia Hall, a large crowd
attending, and an enjoyable time was
spent.
We are unable to publish the full list
of the prises and winners, in this issue,
owing to lack of space.
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Repeat it:—"Shiloh's Cure will
always cure my coughs and colds."
AT THE CHURCHES.
St. Paul's Anglican - Rev. C. F.
Yates Vicar. Mattins 11 a. m. Evensong 7:80 p. m. every Sunday. Sunday
School 2:80 p.m.
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Roman Catholic Church—Rev. Father
Cocolla, O. M.   I. Pastor.    Services
every second Sunday in each month.
Mass 10 a. m., Benedict on 7:80 p. m.
Sunday school every  Sunday at   2
p.m.
-o—
■St. Andrews Presbyterian-Rev. W
L. MacRae, Pastor. Services every
Sunday 11 a.m. and 7-80 p. m. Sunday
School 2:30 p.m. Prayer meeting ever
Wednesday at 8 p. m.
—o-
Grace Methodist Church-Rev. F. L.
Carpenter Pastor. Services every Sunday 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sabbath
Shcool2:80 p. m. Prayer meeting
every Wednesday at 8 p. m.
HENRY'S NURSERIES
FOR THE
SPRING TRADE
**BM*mnat*m*****a,^*e—»~—a—*m—a———memm—^——^
Tested stock, seeds for Farm,
Garden, Lawn oi Conservatory,
from the best growers in England, France, Holland, United
States and Canada.
FRUIT IND ORNAMENTAL TREES
SKULL FRUITS, HOME GROWN
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies,
Spraying Materials, Cut Flowera
etc.
140 page catalogue free.
M. J. Henry,
Greonhouses   and     Seedhous s
8010 Westminster Road,
VANCOUVER, B. O.
Bra nch Nursery, South Vancou
ver.
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NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
time for the reception of tenders for
Vernon, B.C., Public Building, has
been extended to December 30th, 1908.
Plans and specifications may also be
seen at Victoria and Vancouver, B.C.
By Order,
NAPOLEON   TESSIER,
Secretary.     |
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, Nov. 20th, 1908.
-RESTAURANT   AND BAKERY-
FRESH   FRUIT
CONFECTIONERY
9 TOBACCOS <t CIGARS
MEALS   AT   ALL  HOURS.
Repeat it:-"Shiloh's Cure will al-
ways cure my coughs and colds."
UND NOTICES, 60 DAYS
■_ INSERTED sIN
1THE GOLDEN TIMES"
AT $5. PER PARCEL
a
60  YEAWf
EXPERIENCE
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WBSi
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year, poart*«e prepaid.   Sold fer

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