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VOL. lrNO. 21
.GOLDEN,   B. C.      SATURDAY,.      MAY    23,     1908.
$1.00 PER   YEAR IN ADYAKCE
THE BIfi STORE.
j will be the meeting of the Canadian
Alpine Club near the Glacier House,
early in Ju y.
SNAPS IN SHOES.
iwm -
A NEW ARRIVAL OF BOYS SHOES
THAT WILL ATTRACT YOU:
IKS PEBBLES  MS $1.75
"     CIF      LS 12,11
;\ Few odd sizes in Boys grained bals at $1.25 per
pair.   These for hard wear.
SpiiL n  MEN'S GASKMERE
HOSE FOR THIS WEEK.
4 for $1.00
ROCK WORK TO LIST A YEAR.
The big C. P. R. job on the Field
grade is progressing rapidly. The ,• rad-
irjg .ill bo finished in three monihs',
anO i'nen a number of iha six hundred
workmen now employed will Le laid
off.    '
The tunnel is not nearly completed
yet, and will not be until another year
of hard work.
A NEW WAGON 'IAD.
H.   G. PARSON.  LIMITED
NOJV ISTHET1ME TO
SET YOUR SUIT
Haying bought the entire stock
of Tweeds and Suitings of the
late J. C. Tom & Co., I am prepared, at my own price, to quote
prices that will surprise you.
All of these peices are new, in
fact many of them had never
been marked. , Come Jn while
stock is eomplote. Everything
goes regardless of cost.
Mathieson
THE'• TAILOR.
Whe
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w Centrally located and fitted.
with modern conveniences
fusine unexcelled.    Large
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Sample room lor'Cominer-
f ,;»*»»,.  , ,' a.,..- l\l,.',r^J..\j,a.-
tial travellers.    The   Bar
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TOURIST    mm    OPENS.
What promises to be one of the
most prosperous seasons ever experienced at BaufF, has now practically
opened.
W. Danforth, manager of the C. P. R.
hotel, has arrived at the mountain resort from the east with a staff of 108
and opened the popular hotel to tourists
and others on Thursday,
For the past two or three weeks the
Sanitarium, which is open all the year
round, has been filled nearly every day
j-with tourists, principally from New
Zealand and Australia. As a rule
visitors from the antipodes usually begin to arrive at Banff in advance of
thnse from other parts of the world.
It is reliably reported in Banff that
next year's C. P. R. estimates will provide for renovations, alterations and
additions to the C. P. R. hotel at an
expense of about $2,000,000, and when
all nre completed Banff will be able to
bof-ot of one of the most magnificent
hotels in all Canada.'
It is fully believed that if the proposed; improvements were carried out
the business which would result would
fuliy justify the immense outlay because for the past two or three years
,thousands of tourists have been unable
illo secure the accommodations tbey de-
Mired, and' thousands Of others have
been unable to secure any at all.
I Many improvements,, principally at
'the Lake Louise Chatlet, were carried
out durafgthe"Win<er'•months.''- The big
event of the Summer in the Selkirk*
'rift-- i&f   , .:'Mri' H -      i-t'"Ail
Work will be commenced in a few
days on a new wagon road which is to
be built from Laggan to Roger's Past'.
The matter which has been talked of
for a groat many years, has at last
beendecided upon.
Large gangs of men will be employed, such as teamsters, pii-k-and-shovel
men, cooks, etc., and the work will be
pushed ahead as fast as possible.
The heaviest part of work on the
whole road is from Field to Golden and
from Donald to Roger's Pass, the road
at thes* two places will be cu t out of
the mountain side.
The contract has been let to Bert
Low, who will commence operations as
soon as enough men can [be had.
The actual cost of building has nod
yet been made known.
MONDAY'S SPORTS.
The sports whxh are to le held on
Monday May 25th, will most shorely be
a success. The Committee in charge
have bsen working hard for some time
bacV fretting things into shape. Tie
Iwailint? ev.'.-t wil: he a football mutch
b»iwnen .Fis'd and Golden, for the
WeMs' Challenge Cop.
Our loys h^ve be>»n practicing for
seme lirr.e back, and should make a
1 oid show of themselves. A special,
;t is stated, will be run from Field on
Monday morning to bring down the
hrge crowds which are coming from
the railroad town.
Field will be represented in other
events such as, tug-of-war, 100 yards
dash, high jump, long jump, 220 yard
race, hop-atep und jump, quarter mile
race, three-leggpb race, half m'le race,
and several others.
The Ladies Aid of St. Paul's Church
wi 1 have a booth Oh the grounds, so the
crowd will be able to get refreshments
during the !oi ■• 1  gramme-.
The sports will wind up with a dnnce
in ths Columbia Hall in the evening,
and no doubt a pleasant time will bo
spent. ,■'•■■
THE RREJEETp.
A meeting was held on Wednesday
evening in the Fire Hall for the purpose
0/ finding out nutans of securing an engine that would throw water on a fird
three minutes after the alarm is given,
as the people well know that the present engine takes at least 25 minutes to
throw a stream.
' It w« suggested by Sam King that a
ciemipal engine beb..ugiit, b.it as ths
other member- of the Brigade thought
that the engine in question would be too
expensive, and diden't see how. they
could afford, it at at present.
' Capt. Armstrong stated that he had
an engne that he thought would be the
thing, it could be mounted on wheels,
ind Would throw a stream of water on
a fire'immediately'. ' '
' However, nothing was done in the
matter, except the secretary was instructed to write a hardware firm at
Vancouver, to'find out whether they
had one pf these engines for sale.
' Smith Alderton was elected to look
after the chemicals around town as see
that'they are in gootl' working order,
arii£t&. start hiadjities at ..yncj£,.ik.'';.^;
j There were no matters before this
meeting, and it adjourned.   ,:,""
II THE fflL OF TIME.
What might  have   been  the   worst „
tragedy ever committed in this section
of the country, was  narrowly  avoided
yesterday.
It seems that a bunch of Hindus employed at the Columbia River Lumber
company'smill here, were sending out
all the bast lember, and keeping ihe
worst. Tho foreman over the bunch
who is a Frenchman, gave them a calling down about it.
The colored men not wanting to be
over run by a white, quickly seized the
Frenchman, and were in the act of
carrying him over to one of the saws,.
when a young lad cueing what they
were about to rlo with his fellow-workman, picked 1,. a bia? slab a,.d struck
the Hindus Owl .i.e head, bringing
th«m to the iio, r li c .-.hundred of trick.
After they had recovered from the
blow, thoy made after the lad, but
when seeing that they were turning on
him, ha quickly made his way to tho
ground below.
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KOOTENAY TO SHOW
Calgary, Alta., May 22.-La3t week
P. Barns and John Drewe, of Calgary,
received a request from the Nelson board
Of trade to select a site at the Dominion fair grounds for the proposed
.building which will be erected for the
Kootenay display of fruit, minerals and
timber."- riitt
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for publication, but as evidence of
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be brief.
SATURDAY,     MAY    23,   1908.
BOYS   BEWARE
KOOTENAY
I.1.ECTORAL   DISTRICT!
A Convention of the Liberals of
Kootenay will be held at Nelson, B. C.J
on
THURSDAY,   JUNE   41b,   1908
For the purpossof selecting a candidate
to contest the riding in the next
Dominion Election in the interests of
the Liberal party   /
The Convention will open at 2 p.m.
and all Liberals sre invited to attend,
but only accredited delegates will be
allowed to vote.
The basis of representation will be
one delegate for every 50 votes, or
fraction thereof, polled 'at the last
i'..Minion Election. Properly accredit-
e • ■    xiee ••ill be recognized.
.tlSfS LIU BSKHINI
We understand that instructions
have been issued to all the B. C. provincial constables, insisting on s strict
enforctment of the law against minors
carrying firearms of any c e3cription.
'ihe promiscuous handling by boys of
all ages of weapnns has frequently lead
to dangerous and fatal results and the
old story of "diden't know it was load-
i
ed," although not in every   esse con-j
i
fiaed to minors, still goes on.   The act j
i
provides that any person uncer the ago
of 14 years, unless accompanied by his
father or guardian, who shall carry a
gun, rifle or pistol, or other firearms,
shall on summary conviction taereof, be
liable to a penalty not exceeding ten
dollars, or in default of payment of the
penalty, to the forfeiture of the gun,
rifle, pistol or other firearm.
Exception is only made in the case of
boys shooting on their parents' farms,
or when employed by farmers to shoot
birds or vermin upon the land. While
every Canadian boy should learn how to
shoot or handle a rifle or any firearm, it
is, however to be reasonably expected
that some restrictions should be placed
upon them which Will teach them to observe the law and make them less careless in their use of such weapons.
    as   tM   m
LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS.
Columbus, 0., May 22.-Whether the
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers
shall admit motormen employed on the
steam and interurban railways to
membership, was one of the questions
discussed at the biennial convention in
this city, 'fhe question was referred
to a committee of ten members. Applications for the organization of divisions in South America and in the canal
zone was discussed and referred to
committees. The applications from
South Amnerica came chiefly from Brazil
which had no representative here.
•j-..:.
F. J. Deane, Pres.
D. Proudfoot, Sec.
IN  CAMP  OR   FIELD-AT
MOUNTAIN OR SHORE
ThirilsilwaysacliiriM
tt tnjoy wm* thoetlng
TO MOOT WELL HSU MUST BE EQUIPPED WITH
il RELIABLE ir.URM: thi only kind wo novo
knit miking for upward) if flit* yura
Oir Una: RIFLES, PISTOLS, SHOTGUNS,
RIFLE TELESC0PE8, ETC.
Aak your Dealer, and ln.l.t on tho
STEVENS. Whero not sold bf Re-
ai...^r., we ahlp direct, enproae prepaid. *.*•■> receipt of Catalog price.
Head lair J IO a.V<;e 111 .strateii
r-.,.„(. AnliialtoiK-Daableajook of]
ready reftarewce for musa nnd bar
.honor.. Mistiest Ibr 4 estate la
»t',sj.p«.oes>verpofl]taiir«t. Beautiful
, .'«■■ a olor llnager fau-waarated ibr
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J. STEVENS AKKg * TOOL CO.
r. O. Bos 4007
Chicopee Fall.,
Mail., U.S.A.
Notice.
Windermere Land District
District of North East Kootenay.
Take Noti.-o that L. J. Peake of
Victoria, B. C, occupation accountant
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land.
Commfncing at a post planted at the
No.'-th East comer of Lot 673, thence
Eait ?0 chains theme South 40 chains
thence Wev <0 then, e North 40 chains
to point of co ... encement. ,
L. J. PEAKE,
Per J. L. McKay, Agent.
n8rnd May 20th, 190B. 21-29.
NOTICE.
T rcrfhy j»ive Notft-e that one month
j^'er di-te ' intend to apply to the
Superb;'-.ordTtt of rrov'r.ci.aj, Police
for r "Tiewplof my retail 1'tji'rir license
j at (Spillimachene House, Spillimachene,
i 3. C.
W. J. BARRY,
Spillimachene, B. C.
Dated April  27th, 1908. my 2-4t.
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Queen's Hotel.
Centrally located and fitted
with modern conveniences
Cusine unexcelled. Larf a
•ample room for Commercial travellers. The Bar
ia stocked with the beat
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
BATES $2.00 TO $5.00   PER  DAT.
I, C. GREENE, P RorttiBTW.
AT THB CHURCHES.
3f. Pauls Anglican-Rev. C. F»
Yates Vicar. Mattins 11 a. m. Even.
soap 7:30 p. m. every Sunday. Sunday
School 2:80 p. m.
Roman Catholic Cuito*—ter.
Father Cocolls, O. V. I. Paster. Services every second Sunday in eaoh month
Mass 10 a. m., Benediction 7:M p. m.
Sunday School every Sunday at S p. m,
St. Andrews Presbyterian-Rct.
W. L. MacRae, Pastor. Servises every
Sunday 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
School 2:f.O p.m. PrayerMeetinf every
Wednesday evening at 8 o'closk.
Grace Mitbod'iit Church-Ker. P.
L. Carpenter, Pastor. Services every
Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 JO p. m,
Sabbath School 1:30 p. m. Praye
Meeting every Wednesday at I p. m. THE   TIMES,   GOLDEN,   B.   C    MAY,   23,   1908.
WILL COTTON GROW IN B. C?
Capt. L. P. Bowler, who is visiting
B. C, and who is at the coast now, has
brought a small quantity of cotton
seeds, which will be given to those applying. He is desirous of seeing
whether or not the tree will grow in
this province. He thinks the chances
are fairly good, especially in the dry
belt as the tree has been a success in i
Mafeking, South Africa. Capt. Bowler t
having bronght the seeds from that
portion of the world.
"Thisis not a shrub, but a tree,"
Ct.pt. Bowler remsrketl, "being a hybrid between Peruvian sea Island and
Mexican Ion* stable. It is more productive than the ordinary plant, and
gives a far greater percentage of lint.
O.'dinary cotton gives about 48 per cent,
lint, while this produces 60 per cent.,
the other 40 per cent being seed, Not
only that, but the new tree produces
from 1,000 to 1,500 pounds psr acre.
Moreover, it is a perennial, whereas
the other is an annual, and bears 18
months after planting.
In Egypt, the new kind is grown on
an enormous scale, and a larje company has been formed, with the nep
hew of the Khedive in charge, to specially grow it. It is also grown in
Queensland, and in India the government is distributing tons of seeds to
small planters te see what can be done
With it there. As it will nearly always
grow Waiere peaches grow. I do not
see why British Columbia cannot produce cotton, and if the Province can,
another great resource will be added.
Warm valleys, with light, sandy soil
are required, though it grows well in
loam. The seeds are plnnted ten feet
apart, about an inch deep, and 450 may
be put into the acre." ■*•*■
TORE DOWN WRONG PIER
Grand Forks, May 19.-After securing permission from the city of
Grand Forkg to destroy tha north pier
at the old First street bridge, the Yale-
Columbia Lumber Company put men to
work and when the job was finished it
was ascertained that they had destroyed the wrong pier, and not the one intended to have been removed. The
workmen who removed the wrong pier
says that he received orders from some
aldermen to do the work. By the removal of the wrong pier damage to the
extent of $35,000 was done, and the
prospect for a new bridge at the foot of
First street is delayed.
TO BE GUSTS OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA
1   "EfstKAL HtWS.   I
mm;*i»'i^&tysMm«**«*i
Negotiations are now in progress under the direction ui' the employees of
the Canadian Pacific railway which m<;y
add 6,000 to tho numbc.- of men in-
tasreiteu in the pr.,..mi, ..egotiations between the campany and the employes
of the raecnunical depaa-K.iu.it. The
number now directly concerned is estimated at 10,000. If tht present plans
mature and this number is increased to
to, i.u.as now a^.oat-a altogether pro-
oable, the matter will become by far
tiie most important labor diliicuhy
which has ever been experienced iu tlie
dominion.
The scope of territory involved in the
dispute extends from Vancouver to
points in the state of maine, where a
nuinber of machinists arc employed in
the service of the company. The carmen have been made a party to dispute
and are now as directly involved as the
balance oi the men of the mechanical
department, although their present
agreement with the company does not
expire until June 30. The carmen lost
their cate on the occasion of their
last appearance before a board of conciliation and invesii;,atien, but when
they appear before the board again
they will ask only that their present
sthedule be allowed to stand for such a
time as is allowed to the other bodies
of employes. None of the men of any
of the departments will ask for any
concessions in addition to those which
were granted last year, but they will
make the fight to retain what they hav3.
They will also ask that the east and the
west be granted similar rights and
privileges.
A LIVE BOARD
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That Waich,
How   is tt?
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Onlrlt^aul  f.i'.'i'.ilioa —
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ext)ei'i. net.
A wooden box in which
to mail your watch to us
will be sent you free on
request.
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Calgary, May 19-Las; week P.
Burns and John Drewe received a request from the Nelson board of trade
o releet a site on the Dominion Fair
grounds for a proposed b uilding for a
display of Kootenay fruit, mineral8
and timber. They selected a site at
Victoria park adjoining the main industrial buiding, with a 40-foot front,
tage on a large lawn. Visitors pass.
ing from the main building to see other exhibits most pass directly in
front of the Nelson building.
Printing^
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London, May 15.-Fifty members of
the boys' brigade, traveling 900 miles
from Camborne, Cornwall to London,
will attend the empire concert, under
the direction of Dr. C. A. E. Harriss of
Ottawa, on Empire day, by invitation
Oliver Wethered, of British Columbia.
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-'r   -'/ v_ And they're so quickly throagh.
BOVRIL
• >• ino^t useful and convonlant asaj-^wMnt to tha
- in preparing rich «0ti doliciousV, flavourex!
•**, ^ravies, en treaa, ate. Orvo teaepo.ew-.ful to a pint
...o produce* t. marvellous i,-Ti>rovo«*»*><s»»**t In flavor,
e'atxt: And ai»pt*aranca
*-I*f% WWM&®*W&^
I
For Sal
jr."
Out-of-doors" witli a STBVBNS-
boot thine <o* ■ growing boy I
Learning to a'.oot well and
acquiring quaaJltl.f ol '
SELF-CONTROL,   DECISION, AND
MANLINESS
an all da. to BTEVKHS TOaK ARMS BDUOJtHOlt.
AsU your Dealor tor'Stevens Rifle*—
Shotiruna—Pistols. Insist nn our time.
hniKiivd irnlto. If you cannot obtain,
wo ship direct, exnifi'* pruprilrl. upon
receipt of Catalog Mice. •-
ICnrrtlilM yog wsu.it 'know.lw-tth.6TaCVl.Mi
I. lou-iil la III I'«j. llln.travtod I'aUloj. Hal.,1
IVr four «-rts In stamp, to par aaa. fa. aasautl-
tiil I'n Color Ilaagar— la. SMorattaia for roar
" ,'b.i " or, Iut, room—mallei ft. camto Iw af
, J. STEVENS ARMS * TOOL CO.
* P. O. Bos 4007
V. 8. A.
* P. 0. G
II     Chicopee  Palls,
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•w
A few Cords of first class dry Woee
-AT-
$5,00 *
PER COED.
SEND IN YOUR ORDBRB NOW!
j. w. mm,    mm, x
60  YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
A p*ncil mark here0S-
is * reminder that your sub-
scri itioti to this paper is
now psst due, and the pub-
l,..tfr will appreciate your
promr.t   attention.
Trass Marks
Design*
.....       Copyright* 4c.
..nrona (ending a sketch andBrairalMtqn nay
ciulci'y auoortaln our opinion free whether au
lavoni ion l» prohat.ir PiaMnUhla. Coroajunlra,
" '-"--—'■'-•lilr.L HANUaOOKonPa
t Ions r.l rtotlT coiailUciitfial.
'atentf
l/lUtlS til I lUa.iT wiiatiViuiiiH   unilWJVvn  ——	
aent free, Oldest aroncy for .ocuraiigpatentt,
Pntonts taken tbrouch Munn ATS), native
nwr-alfloMc., •rithoutcbante, lathe
Sdttffle Biierlcaii.
A hnndsomely lllustrateaa woeHy. Larccftelr-
eolailon of any ictontlflo iournnl. Term, for
Canada, S3.75 a year, pontage prepaid. Sold by
all newsdealer*.
"HStesa^Ic"*
I  LOCAL HEWS. |
<$.«(. 4r •$• 4; •$• 4" $ 4*4'4'<l' 4"$*
SMOKE A UNION- CIGAR,  and be
"happy.
Billy MacPherson of Field, was in the
city Wednesday.
Don't forget to turn out on Monday
May 25th and see the'sports,-a .good
time is assured.
The "Times" Editor celebrated his
18th birthday on Thursday. He is not
yet able to have a vote. ,
All free miners' licences expire oh
May 31, and renewals must be made
before that date, which falls on a Sunday.
Yesterday was Empire Day.
THE UNIOftLl'ADS," other follow.
The weather the past week has been
raining dollars in the pocketa of Columbia Valley farmem .., *,...,,
A Shetland pony was taken off
Wednesday's Express from the east.
The animal,. was ftr Mr. Adammi of
Windermere.       ,,..-,.
The field boys are said to be a jolly
buri'cl.,' 'so are the Golden boys. Come
with the crowd to ths Football sports
On Monday May '46th and enjoy yourself.
The usual monthly assembly was held
in the Columbia Hall on Monday, May
18th. This will.be the lostdanco of its
kind this season..       . ■   ,. ,.!',,      >,
W. Nelson, of Vancouver, representing the Remington Typewriter Co., was
in town Wednesday, and disposed of
several machines.
Ed. MacAbee left Wednesday wit.
his race-horses to take in the race meet
which will be held on Monday and Tuesday May 25, and 26th.
Duncan Macintosh, Galena; Thos.
Alton, McMurdo; Billy Johnston, Nelson Creek and Wm. Baumber of
Snake Bend were in town this week.
FOR BALE-One Remington typewriter, as good as new, will sell for
$<.0.0U cash. For further particular's
apply at the "Times" Office.
Peck McSwain, the great philosopher,
boose-fighter and poet, walked in from
Donald Saturday, and left Wednesday
by special car lor Calgary, to shake,
hands with his old friend "Bob" Edwards of the Calgary Eye-Opener.
T. Mercier left Sunday for Calgaiy
with his son "Telesphore" who win
undergo treatment for an absces;.
Latest reports from the gopher belt
say that he is progressing as well as
can       x ected.
The Girls' Basket Ball Club are getting down to practice. They have been
out to practice nearly every night this
week, and expect to show some fine
work in ihe near future.
The funeral of the late Henry
Schive sguth took place on Wednesday
afternoon from St. Paul's Church, the
Rev. C. F. Yates officiating.
A brother of the deceased arrived in
time for the funeral, having travelled
from Chadwick, Ills, where he resides
with his aged mother.
Hoboes are still coning into Golden
by the score, and it takes Ernest
Tennant a great deal of his time to
keep the raggy men on the' move. The
majority of them are from the Sloppy
Slope, and made their way to Golden
in search of work (grub we chink,)
The "Times" wants Vancouver to
understand that they can keep those
kind of men at home, ahd not use our
beautiful little town 'as a dumping
■ground. i
R. R. Brae*, who has been oa a business visit; Calgary, returned to Gol-
den Wednesday, and left by Friday's
boat for his home in Wilmer.
Mr. and Mrs. Adammi, and family
came In on Wednesday's train from
Montreal, and left on Friday'a boat
for Windermere, where they will spend
the summer months.
LIQUOR   LICEISE  ACT.
Notice is hereby given that one month
after date I intend to apply to the
Superintendent of Provincial Police for
a renewal of my Retail liquor license to
sell intoxicating liquors under tho
provisions of the' Statutes in that behalf, in the premises known and dee»
cribedas the Queen's Hotel, situated at
Golden, B. C, to commence on the 1st
day of July, 1908.
J. C. GREENE,
J Golden, B. C.
Dated,  May 8th, 1908. my 9-4t
Printings
-FOR-
Susiness
Houses^
THE  GOLDEN   TIMES,   offer    the
•      Best Service in Plant, Stock an*
Workmanship that the most exacting
could require.
Why Send Orders E»t?
When local printers make a standing
offer to furnish Ctnrr.enial Trintirg
at the prices new t aid to effecs in the
East.
Thi Bills (rt Paid
by Golden citizens, but the stationery
on which they are rendered is printei
in the east,
Why not make new customers al
home by having ycur printing doae
here? '
mmmm*m*
THE GOLDEN TIMES.
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