BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

Lardeau Mining Review Nov 23, 1905

Item Metadata

Download

Media
lardeaum-1.0310273.pdf
Metadata
JSON: lardeaum-1.0310273.json
JSON-LD: lardeaum-1.0310273-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): lardeaum-1.0310273-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: lardeaum-1.0310273-rdf.json
Turtle: lardeaum-1.0310273-turtle.txt
N-Triples: lardeaum-1.0310273-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: lardeaum-1.0310273-source.json
Full Text
lardeaum-1.0310273-fulltext.txt
Citation
lardeaum-1.0310273.ris

Full Text

Array i Huh ii larger ciiiii-
J lutiini     than    nny
(' Newspaper in N.
Ktiutenuy. Best advertising  medium,
VOL. 2
To Work
All Winter.
A VEIN OF-RIOH ORE STRUCK
ON THE MAMMOTH, AL]
OUTBUILDINGS FINISHED
AND PREPARATIONS MADI
FOR RAWHIDING THEORl
_^   TROUT LAKE CITY   B.C., NOV.
The Placer
Diggings
WORK
i.n.
Ml N
Tint  new  winter quart, rs al thi
Mammoth group en cti d al the entrance t<> the Cresoenl lu. in '. con
dating of  hunk house, cook i.
shed ami blacksmith Bhop, nn
plelcd and the force of men  bus
moved Into them.    The
are all nnder one roof at tl   ro so
arranged  that   the tunnel can  be
entered with.nit going    ut into the
weather.    Wood, pro* iaion
*W, etc., are all tip, lhe pack
has ceased making iu  trip
the men have gone into   i. elusion
nt the top of Goat  mountain from
which it in not likely ihey will
crge until   spring,  a* the  jouruej
from the Mammoth ovi
is a very hard tusk indi ed,
On the  Mammoth group then
are several veins running into the
mountain whioh lead to the belief
that there  is   a large ore bod*
somewhere in  the hill, and locx-
pedite discovery of this deposit a
tunnel   has   lieen   darted   further
aroutifl thi-  hillside from the pre*
sent tunnel on the Crescent   The
n.ii' tunnel which .iili be the main
working adit when completed, baa
excellent dumping ground  al it.-
portal.
The tunnel on tho Crescent is in
55   feet   an.l a   cr.,-.o,,   h_s  •>■..-,.
started 50 feel from Ihe tunnel's
mouth. A vein of rich ore hai
been encountered ten feel in the
croncut.
< »\ii| 200 sacks "f on   bai
packed down to ihe timbi r, aboul
IA mile.*, from tlie  mine camp, and
as soon us auffieieni  snow t
a.liiiii of rawhiding, I « ill be
hauled to Camborne fr i    when©
it will be shipped t.< :
Smelting wo        I  '
ment,—Caml i mc M
ONS FOR A(
EARLY COM1
OF TV E   vi
CONSTRUCTING
I I :  FLUME.
'."ii"!   work   i-   effective]    Foi
I   a   two months  the P    .
Oompany   I,ave    been   insta    i
'' •"<<■ and  doing  other  preliminary work under the
"   of    Me srs.   Wagner   and,
''V:''!-     A   CreW   "'   E ■   1"   "i'^i   tii-'l.n"
have been regularly employed, bul | I "ly up, the show ing i. ., ,,
Local Mining
Conditions.
OF
■■• PROVINCE
1 .      odii   i" held
.!• monthly n
1;     la* night.   The pro lumi
the firsl twenty days amoun
:'■•'_ toi      1" ore.     Taking into
sidcration   the   amount   of  dead
al Through      Economic
No.  4.
on Surprise.
LOW GRADE PROPERTY
TO   BE    CONTROLLED   BYI
EASTERN CAPITALISTS.    A
WAGON ROAD TO BE BUILT
I P THE NORTH FORK.
Mining.
A
STRONG REASON WHY
CAPITAL SHOULD TURN
ITS ATTENTION TO TIIK
LARDEAU. LOCAI
ARE SUCCESSFUL,
MEN
Local News.
Mrs. Burrell and .Mrs. Noah
Aiirali,ii:iM.ii int. nd leaving in a
few ..'ays for Vancouver on a visit
to Mrs. Bunce.
Billy Boyd shot a line caribou
:it the back of his house at Reai.ni
last Monday. Jt was a fine specimen, and when firsl seen was
greatly exhausted, having evident*
__ ,      From  inanv of our subscribers ly Lcen chased by wolves.
that the Surprise group has been | we have received "Reasons Why"
; ,  ! ,     ,     ,        , ,     .     Will   Burrell  has been laid up
.   n er  hy  the eastern people ■ the   Lardeau  has  n I gone ahead    , . , ,
,    ,    ,                               ■     ,                    • i   ,i -.i           ti     the  past   few days  with fractured
who hail   the  property  examined i more   rapid   than it   has,      ll,e    .,     ,             ,,.,.,,
,,,,,,,',.,.,                . ,         ribs  from  n   fall  which he got at
lad by o. \. Grandin.    It is• reasons given were many, and no 	
i
It i- n ported on ;.:ooil authority|
.... work  has  1" en bo rjuietl]
ri. 'I on that i ven son e of our own
citizens have been unaware ..f it.
Al the Mart they establish, d a
wei kly pay-day, and in evi ry way
have gone Hbor.t the im tallation
in a business-like way. We trust
soon to be able to chronicle s
.•lean up. The gold is there, ami
und bus!m -- mi ihods can get
it out then le no doubt as to the
future of the company,
BT. ANDREW8 NIGHT.
l  one.    . he  / ro] ositioi
made to .hi   * al   f ir pun hasi
of tho prop, rty wa ddcred,
hut no definite action tal en, 'I wo
cars ol oi n iii lie Bhippcd, oni
this w." k ..in. one nexl w. .-k. and
in addition to the mineral claims
controlled by the syndicate the*
have a'so 820 acres of fllu timbt r
iai..!. which iu itself is a fine ass. t,
lying as it does adjoining tbe town
ol Fi rguson.
stated that the building  of  the
road  up  the  North Fork will be
started  aa soon  as tho snow goes
oft in the spring.    The propelty is. - ..... .■.•■ *>>'■'« mo reasons wny r
a big low-grade galena proposition the Lardeau is all right and a sure  j
and requires capital to workit sue-1 winner for those who stay with it
,.,.,..foil,-        Tl.- «-
WORKON8ILVJ
The  five  storeys of I
Dollar mill  are now
will l>e i. ofed in by tl
week, Tbe pn v-ailii .• fine i
has been ..i incal
in I he work, ai .1 from j n - ■
cations it ii assured thai I
ior of the mill will  be i
without bindranci from thai ■
ler.
A fori <* of miners is now al wi r*
at the mine, an.l,  sin
day rn ■ , ngo, have driven liv fi ■ I
further  Into the had  in the new
crosscul tunnol, making .. dl
of;:.". f.. i  thai the 1 a
drivi n  into.   'I he lead is a
m. n. .■ ..ne ,md  the • are no
cations v< I of lhe fool   '.'..'I     '1 hi
galena   fo in.lv   f und   in   the
quarts has ni arly diaappi ired, gi\ -
mn place to iron  pyrites which  is
usually   a  sign  oi   go'd   values
Win ii the fool wall ir- reai hod the
lead will be drifl tl on so il.it  ore
tuny be  blocked oul   in  readiness
for treatment   when the redu. tion
mill  i~ ready to   operate,—Cam
borne Mini P.
Silver was the feature of Tu< -
day's metal markets, gaining time
points in   Lorn
The concert to be held In the
Oddfellow's hall on St. Andrew's
night is likely to | rove one of the
beat events of the v. ar. S
attention has hen devoted to the
musical portion of tbe programme,
which is wholly of Scottish alrs
and ballads. A pleasing feature
will he the renderifi ; of a dialogue by local talent, en il tied
■  \ Precarious PiwrMevnent,"   ! !
mission is Toe. and owing to the
length oi the programme tbe concert will cotnm. nee promptly al
eight ..'dock.
FOB THE (Ilii DREN.
In   ordei   lo make  the Bi nual
cliildn ti'a Ohi
tainmi nl an umjual .
,
cessfully. The people who it is
reported now have control have
unlimited means at their disposal
.Mr. Grandin stated when here
that if his people took up the property a reduction plant would be
put  on  the ground, aud if neces
,  , ,"    Hillman and Beaton's camp,
loubt all  contributed more or li *
to the stagnation prevalent.   We,     The Ladies Aid of the Methodist
however, think it time t.. open up church gave an  At  Homo at the
ine giving the n aeons why re8jdeDce ,.,' &_r8   . ■ i ith on
ues.lay  evening   last,     Games,
etc., were the order of the evening,
ind a  very enjoyable time is reported.
Jn the liist p'ace many of the
leads are rich, can by operated by
small capital nnd quick returns obtained. By this we mean that to
(..■ii up a iii ip . ly it is not i cc-s-
r-ary to in,tai i xpi i. live machineryjToeaday and Wi di
for the economic  handling of thi
■
The Shannon contract on the
Black Warrior will be completed
about the end of December'
The Gordon lease on the Free
Coinage .- showing up well The
ibafl i-* 'iown 20 or 25 feet, and
good galena and zinc is showing
on the bottom.
The work on the Silver Cup
continues lo .-how up good ore.
Ah ut i; 'ii -.'!;■■ of screenings have
been trammed to 0-Mile.
Concerning mining activity, ii
may be said that there i- more
■ •ii in :!;..', .ine than evi r before in the camp's brief history,
says I ' • rno Minor. The
elementary  stag t ai •! the
productive I hand.     1he
{ the Eva mine and
:
.ary put in  some method of cheap ores.    In many instances i system
transportation. ]of tramways  is necessary to lay
Dave Morgan is to be congratu- he ore down at transportation,
lated on the consummation of this bti the expense need not be in-
deal. He has worked hard, and cnrred until the nrei in sight jus-
tlie result is not only beneficial to lilies it Again, it has been dein-
bimseH, but to the whole district,    oust rated that the ore goes down.
I'p to this year  it  was impossible
LOOK OL'T FOR MICA.
Rev. Fr. I). Jeannotte, of Sandon, held services in town on
leaday, Mass
was celebrated both mornings, and
.veiling devotions were held on
Wednesday evening. The services
took place at the residenct oi Mrs.
Levi Bque. The rev. gentleman
preached a itirring sermon on
Wednesday evening on thc " Eili-
cacy of Prayer,'' and   his discourse
Dr. Haancl, superintendent of {Silver Cup we can say with a cer-
tbe mines branch of the depart* taintv that it not only goes down
men{  of the  interior,  has sent   to but   that   it  is getting better as
■ at the morning service, " Prayer,
to refute the pessimists, hut now tj,e food of ,h6 >Sou,- ,va, greatJv
owing to  the development of ihej ap|,reciated.     He   also expressed
Hon. Frank ('liver the first of a
series of publications on the econ-
omic- minerals of Canada. The report d.-als with mica. Canadian
mica mining has now reached such
proportions as to entitle it to a
pr minenl position in the mineral
industries of the Dominion. The
mi-'a industry employs 650 i ersona
depth is attained.
Heretofore, in many instances,
the poor sucker was being mined
and the mineral left untouched.
Now. however, sound legitimate
operations are being carried on,
t'...' result being restored confidence.
i.. col men who understand con
the great pleasure it gave him to
ho among bis parishioners again,
and also to see the services so well
attended. He thought that the
time had arrived when the catholics of Trout Lake should build a
place of worship, and his advice
was speedi y acted upon. The
ladies nl'ar society will at once reorganize and work with that object
in   view,   and   they   have   every
he wigr
try employe 650, ersona di.ns   are  putting  both   money ~    „   ,   ", '      ,*   I,ave  ev°T,y
ptidJaatyearamountedland energy into theopening up of       n"   '°,T   *? "  fmtab,e
vr. \ir , • ' ■     "l'v*    buildlllir Wll    In. enn<trti.>i..,l   •• il,.
'
itral    further  that the
ontin p j,  .,  f
.. and  v.
•hi
'
I
I1
Mr.   > .
: Ust   W.
1 was per-
ed al :
llamiiiar, on I
Forks.   M - t',.i
some    liin ■ | OS I In,
.ri Trout : I •,.     one of nur
li.ost    1    ,
Ml    l ' :'   g< I.- I 11  I.. .
Tho  Ri ■ i     rratula*
tions to the happy couple.
Although Ferguson will be the
hi ii-1 k with Ice, ii goes without sa* ii.. ihni the Troul Lake
boj are tho lirst oul with a
ho key challenge, Although they
mil have no opportunity of prat
Ion and New  V.,rl    tioo, they aro parti ularly anxious
It is now 64 7-8 cents an ounci
Load ami oopper showed no change,
but both are lit   high pries for tin
present movement.
Don'l forget St. Andrews con© it
on Thursday in the I 0.0 F. Hall.
to retlut last year's margin of
w Ins in Ferguson'i favor, and a«
soon as lb I'i,.mi-on hoys gay the
word, ll * <viH climb tbe hill for u
superb' ii■"'■
ll iv n| ... the hockey club to go
.
I
■
■   .
1901, when ;t rfeached   I hi
same level ,.f prices I ■ both mar*
tents was touched in Ni tt Y. ,-k for
a shori time. Acco ding to London advki - the prevailii
ll -liver, whii h at 2s. Bid. is
bi,'li"i than it has been in nearly
five years, Is largely due to the
small supplies on hand thtro and
' ' ' • *«neo ol a largo sh„ri [n.
t rosl Two months futures were
selling nl 28 li-n; with a bear
markel and the operator! to a considerable extent short of November
delivery, silver had lo be found for
the Frenli tender of 10,000 kilos
to   $1-0,000.     Mica    has     been
f I'.in.l in Similkitmcen,bul wbi ther
mmercial quai
i
r ■      |
1*1      |
it when   in   ttic
hills ..- :'.       valuable for  many
urpo   -
■ Methodisl chun h
11   a.m. coi.line'.' ■! by
•l..  Moyi r.    Snhj.i•  of M io m,
" Wh re a; ,.■ .' "   Evening
ti ,1  by the j astor.
I sermon, " Jonah."   Ail
i | rtiea of merit, and will dem
onstrate ;<> outside capital that in
rlie 1 ardeau there is .. field f>r in-
pialli i on the eon
linent.
Trades
Committee.
A  m . ti: _' oi ll Lake
Trades   Comn itti s   was  held on
Mi nday n'gl t, a ith • ici -presidi nt
!     I'    Baker  in  the  chair.   The
mi etiug   was   call  1   to   trans icl
(general  busiit  •■ i   to   receive
building will be constructed as tho
outcome of their efforts. The rev.
gentleman left for Sandon on
Wednesday's boat.
Sam   Sutherland   has  gone   to
Spene -   Bridge for a few-days to
ai tr   his   railroad  building
contract there.
gunuiui   o.i.-i i  .--    aim   io    rcceivi
:..!>• invited.    Mr. Scott [tnnraignations of president Jas
*vi!1 ••l' 'i! Uamborneal A. Griffith and secretary Newman
Taylor,   who    had   departed   for
Midway, B.C.  They were accepted
.nl Mr T. B, Baker
■ .. mou ly el -• I pi si.lent
ar. 1 O. V\. Abr ,i ims n vice-] rest-
dent    B. 1. Masterson was
secretary.
ih ■ unicato again
with the <' I'.K. in reference to the
extent tire ti lephon     ysti u
irom Gerard to rrout I. ike.
Resolved, that sevi ral mi ior ex*
pcnei   in  connection w iili lhe ore
exhibit  fr "in   this cection ti
kane, bi borne by tho i'i ad a Com*
and Beaton at 2 19 p m.
NOTICE.
i mal tn.. ting ol
. ut Lake Kink Company,
i • il, at ti.. office 11 the Com*
p.my, i .1.1' How'.- lie ck, on B itur*
day, D mber 2nd, 1905, at 8
..'<• »•>;. p.m.
.1. ('. Murray, Becrotary
The Ferguson skating rink is
lik.ly to have ice at an early date
if ■ preseut weather conditions
.I. A en w ot men have this
week completed the necessary preliminaries, and everything looks
-ing for an early resumption.
Jim Mesley has taken over the
rink for the season and will personally supervise tbe general
busim -
Alex, McLean and Bert Fowler
were down from tbe Broadvii w on
Tu t lav Attending a meeting of
controlling syndicate.
E. I. Masterson and father have
gone to Poplar for a few days to
I,.. k after their interests there.
TENDERS.
Tender • wiil bo "ro i iv< 1 by the
undi reigned up '.<> noon. !'. c
2nd, 1905, for tin* leasing of the
Skating Rink foi lhe - *<*n 19 15
1906,  Specific t'ion   at I ho Review '
office.    J. ('. Murray, Secretary,
NOTICE,
down In bin oi'-
Arthur Ooodenobgh, of Kaalo,
tjcame upon  Wednesday's bpal on
;i busim ^s trip,
I hereby give   notice that at the
met ting   Of   the   Board of   License
Commissioners of the Aim worth
License district to bo hold at the
Mining Recorder's office, nt
Kaslo, on December, 15th, 1905, I
shall apply for permission to trans*
'er my license for tin* Balmoral
Hotel, Ferguson, to S. B.
Slinger. Dated November 10tb,|
1905, A. Rakkink.
Mr.   and   Mrs.   Cornelius  end
dan 'liter Lilian have left town for
Trail, where  they  will   lake   up
I. r-i..li nee,
Fred Elliott has made arrangements to put up a palm inl suile of
offices on the lot adjoining the lm-
I .rial Hank.
Ladies, attention ! Leave your
orders for tho Delineator " al tho
Review office.
Trout Lake skating rink il b ing
prepared for the coining season.
-ml Mrs d. W, Westfall left
for the coast this morning. They
will not return until spring.
li your subscription is due, send
eight two bit pieces tn this office,
and we will call them our winter's
quarters.
Al. Houston has arrived from
Rossland with Mrs. Houston and
family, who will reside, in J. W.
Wi si i ill'- house on Lardeau street.
Al. "ill take Immediate control t f
tho mining operations at the
Broadview, and Berl Fowler, who
has had charge in his absence, will
in future handle the rawhiding for
i'.n ker Vipond,
A Mi.* Vars is up from Ottmbornq
on his monthly irip. ___l I
■
________■
________________■■
__________________
ilpllli
'*—
I
THE LAUDXAU M!NING| -J^yJ   <-£-*,,,
REV1EW.
Ia Printed nt Troul U.tieilly, n*na PublUhert
tit Feriixi'.... . t rrout Lake everv rbui
Tan K 111 ir '. i ••   i >:  . .i.i  blmivl! rwpon-
■tblc fori i ■ ii i.in i- "f .''i..' >! asms •"-•
praawd Iii IM ■ .Itironi
All Iii.mI* will bt charted al the r»U> of I &
p-riN per lino, am InserUon, and lOeenu p. .
l ine ..I >li BUbw qnoiil tiw  ' Urn.
Term* for Cmi       I pi      otter a-reef
-rill I i mn. le known on application nt i.tlUe
& .   i hi t:. " .. .■ .ii. i"   ,,N
ater
Supply <5o.
Xtbs
®
ly us'ng Water supplied by tli
i npany yv. are assured ol sbso*
lute purity. Government Analysis
to ba< k up stab tnenta. :  ::::::
Hush McPherson
ii*
QWWP
- Supt.
NOTICE.
Notici ii  lierebv given that SOdays
aft. r ' ito I Intend toapply 11 lhe Chief
 i. ■. i.—: - n rif I r.i.'is and Works fori
ft. W. EDGE
LUMB_n   TRADE   PnOGFECTS
The lun ber bin iness is slow i       -..     I      . .: an i cari •■
British Colombia,  Orders are not
.   [rom   Ilia   follni
tu r.r .1 in  Wvit Kootedi    Dis
trirt.
Kr. in :. i■• ?t i lanted un the oortli eaat
. le '.I I. irde iu rr "ek ab. ul i.i mile i..-'
from Hallway creek and no 	
Dai ■ ■'  n      -weal oornw |
..... tr SOchains,  TROUT    LAKE
ooming in  from  the prairio   pro
vine bos gi   i as  might be expe^*
ed. '1 be cast mill could cut twenty-five pi r .' nt more lumber than J
js being ordered without  straining  • » chains, th
il • i: -.\v - and tl • ro are very few
ordi :s in for future delivery. It was
. xp. ted that lhe g. od crops in the
provin uld i
I        mber   b isini bs ci
There i ever, i    many mills
in thi  busim .--  between tl
and the m. uii',i..s that business     , hflreb wr,ifj,U^rth* »CI      al
must be  unusually  active   before  Hill i     ""Hon*P<
Painter —.
Decorator.
B. 0.
. .   ■.    ■ .'ie i.. i in.-
SI I.I' IN HANKY
Trout Lake, B.C.. Nov. 18, I ■ •
I i    IFICATE OF THE REGISTRA-
hON OF AN I XI RA-PROVH*.
CIAL C IMPANY.
" Cojiraxna Act, 1897.'
G. M. YUILi
JEWELLER,
_rf/
Watch-repairing,   etc.     All work
Guaranteed.
I    bilitv ' Iim il.i- lav been rag stered ,
prosperity ia genera    with all in .    RM ,,Jtm. .. ,r n^p.,       «    y    Tn"} I qb H H
the industry, Ai   ted   bank man-  the ' Companies Act, 1897," (o uarry Uuiu.iL.iHJ UI'Jul,   llilul JLllC, il.t*
- -                      is  paying                    '     ■ M.>' I''..1'-   _     .'
up y. ar  in
North-Wi -•
Maniti ba
Thi re  is no .loubt
ilia Company lo which Ihe lefjfslatii
the aiith. rit) of ll    I egiilatnre . f  i i
. ■      ...
i      hear! • ol thi   Company ii
about it that the farmer pay'situ.",     at   No    Sol   Qnint. Sharpleaa
UP* TW,  ithout being  |
eerioti v   i -   ■       . • mit.
,   . i    ,        ,. n,-   '  i i   ,;   ■ ; " „,        ■ I tin      . ital ol th
not be money availablo that is.sup- , .
building  purposes.   Thi into  t*o  hniidi J   ti.
—'   -               IwIUtat Companyln
one.   There will be a fair demand this I        ceii ilinate at the town of'
ii .i         i «i „ ..:... - k,,i .,„ ... „i I'rnut Lake,and Thomas E. Khrehart,
all through the winter,but no great M,                         ie addrro is tha
activity.—Lumberman   and    Con-  lame, ii the attorney for Ihe Company. I
Si  I   v.i.; owered   I      - id transfer j
tractor.   k.
..                        ,-- , ■   .     , The Com* iny  Ii   specially  limited
Ni w i8 the time foi the Lardeau nnder section *H>ot the raid \.'t
,,        toahow  unanimity of  par* The thiie of the esiaUnee <rf the eom-
*    '              ...           .         .    . pany is fifty ytara from the I'Sthdavof
pose.    The  indicator   is   swinging July, 1904.
around  tu  points " activity " and     Giren nnder my hand  and *
■ , " ,     office .t   \  ctoria,   I'r.iMiici* of Itntiili '
■• prosperity.    It b conceded by all Columbia, this S8t*. day ot October,
AS! the Latest
Magazines on
Sale at "The
Review." ::::::
•*-__
who know that conditions are
mpre favorable than at any othei
time in the history of the country.
Tin-  w! ole  provii.ee  i- looki d on
llioi'sstii! nine hiitidre't nml liv.*.
*t.8.] S.   Y.   \\r   t>il»N.
Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.
The objects f r which this company ie !
established nnd register. I nre:
l     purchai otherwise   acquire,
by f.'i.i^i.   capital   as a favorable    wn, lease, occupy, wo or develop any
••"., i    • 'amis containing eold, silver, copper,
field for  investment,  and there is le»t or other minerala:
po reas"!i why the Iar.i ail should      ro mine, oi olherwira to eztrarl
iu    i ■•'    .• riht-r,   co'.per, lead or:
not  get   its proportion.    \W have oth r „        , ■'
ti.e :_m..!s. but it requires the capi-      1'   buy, tell, or olherwrlra tn drsl or
i i . . ,i   „. ira';'     in .   A, »:lt,r, copper, lead or
tal to market them. ,,,,„.       j„.r»u »i d any of tbi products
Let us  be unite', then fore, and  ther.       sml artirles consisting or part-1
if the  necesaary ruuds cannot be,'-vc"     "i">""rt''t	
had for the developing of any i articular property in which we as in* CANCELLATION OF RESERVE
'.livid'.';.!-  are  v terested, th*.'u let
ps throw our  influence in to f.'''t it   .
for some other.    Don't play " d _ Hi
ip the manger '  poll y
Smokers' supplies in
great* variety.
you went to SELL
you want to liVJY
Correspond with the
Lardeau Mine
Exchange.
We liava - (Proper.
"    - n « hit ll go.  : t«l in-
.'a., li i !,...i.
Lor-lee'i Mines Exchange,
" Ri ■ • <     Bii   Lnjr.
Trout Lake, B.C
General
Merchants,
COAST   KtSTItl.T.
|OTI. -I   l» lien-bj   _i- ■ ii irnn ;. .   ri
lion
-    '  -    thi   il . . ..n'Hr. ...i!>'. .    '
: ■.
■nine  >.r te.. >i   • •
-. ■   i i • ■- ii un i
1 ii.a. •■
i       i     • .    , I    Notice 1* ult
Uwing to the closing .>: the mill r»»«rv»i  .in-.un
it • »        the ti i .    ■     " ■   ' .
and   the   uncertaintv   ol   further .       li •■!   ... i •*'■'
"   , .       . , •   ■  niiiiillii'tKitlinril . Iv-tiiii'I I
operations, many are thinking and
.ii ■
savin i' that the bottom has dropped • point iui .'uiiey, ai-i
,  ,,. ,    , ... '.   ,      mid mouth
..ut of  I lout Lake.     \\ c certainly of Kitii   ■ >.-. i«na«
i ii        i •    .    1 the**'
acknov,ledge the operation '■!  th
null   is  a   factor   in huildii 2   up   I i i thai ihe
. , ... 	
the town, but we recognize it only  ■
as  a  subsidiary help    The  town      ,     ,
i ......
had  1. • ti r  times  bi fore  tin n iii   '■
\ lei
wa.-   . vi i-   built, and  wi   j redii I
with  assurance  thai  even  if the '
present   outfit nev r cut an th r
stick that Trout i.ake will !>•• . .
up and  I. come a populous i
through the workii g of ;i.- mineral
resource;.
We  want   the mill (operating i,
but the foundation .•! our a ■ ■ --
is to be t lund und. r the groui
not on top.
I.K. MII.I.DY ImiowIo-
.' ■ '  11 N e I
0.   .   rr   : r ■-' - 'r . ' ■ •
T.« A>crdeen Block
tli-.oi iiiu> relj ".I tlrr-v
rl.ir- tr. utinent,    :   :   :
CU5V1P..2NS
.    end si..r...    Kail Line
Fru it.
.
■ a - .
.c Co.
i
ta   the   time   f >r   yon  to
to   Buy I,..!-      Nen r nite
the I'p'speeii of Fergaann
S"   hiollt.
«
J. Y. Griffin & Co.
Celebrated  Brands  of   Ham, Bacon
and Eggs,
NELSON,       -        -       B   C.
M    15
L
Tl -   Towi    of   I BROU80N
will in* one . f t. •• (,i»-,,t. ei
Ore Producing ('..imps in thp
World. The high degree i*f
sui <. m boI levi .1 bv th«.
i.un,i rona \VK \ I.I IIY and
PRACTICAL IIKII1S1I aod
A M I. RICAU MI N I NG
COMPANIES i i w operating
Ibere   la   a    tiibu'n   in
■ ndous w alth ■ f the hills
H
MJJ1MH!
ITITD^ri
:FERGU£ON w. H, jone§f $ M*rA%$
 L_
Maple Leaf Rublien
Best by Test.
r.
Loose    I pal    Hinders,    Fine   Job
Printinj;.
NELSON, B. C.
-    •!
Don't  forget thai  yi a will
■ for  scho I 'ip
propriatioi  I I     Our g
un nt  grant will  be 1580.   It re*
mail,-  '..i'.i,  thc ralepayi rs whai
our total  i x;. i:sct  will be, and il
i- for them to supply it.   t >
the matti r  over and  be prepari I
nt the  annual  mi - int. Hi-
gently discuss it.
sc*       ° _ *•
-*," " ; 5* -.
A nice  lined china,* *—»*-■ K-**-a
ware opened  up at  Abey's   Drug      41 Blaury street, MONTREAL.
Store.   Maki youi
J. LECKSE CO., LTD.
Selling Agents f'*r the Wi it.
VANCOUVER,  B.C.
r   1*   Ai ■**..-    mr*m
-♦«>♦<>: ; i > 1 >*. *->->•»-»■* t
LennoxYslIe
*zp~ Hotel,
E. M0B2S, PROP.
Public School, Ho pilal, at d
"ther inaiitntiona. Excellent
Waterwciks syetem, Sireeta,
Stores and Residences illumined I.y Electricity. I>nilv
»>'<i! " r* ■-.' 'I he lowMile
is admirably laid oul Gel In
NOW on tho ground lloor.
Lota can now be purchased
Hotel and
General Siore
—.     o c
Notice.
Notice :-  I. ire by |*jyeii thai
after dale, I inl I to apply lotlie lion.
Chief    1 :.i iimi-sl I.,i.i !.   nnd
■ :	
rarry away  ti.i.li',   fro-n the I .
dtscrilM" I la ide, nituatu I ii   u esl :..
l.'.GH CLASS I'AILORS.
■    L. —c=2_
! MASTERSON
(ii :.;.,. sr.   .Mi      ■:■■.■ 1
V
Minors'
Supplies
ILL I e repn enled In Ihe Lar ! ■'
'i' .• 1    Rl    n Kilter    lute 1
throughout the irear,   Oi
iini* will reci ive 1 In • al ti irtion    jj
• •nr representati* e will nn in TBOU.    \   pi'_».-i
LAKE andl'BItUUHON In a tow weeks.   I   f^^1-™^
CiiT.RA! to
Tho BEST Always I
IN KINK SHOES I
MINING SHOES I
SHOE PACKfi:
RUBBERS  am.
OVi RSHOI S!
GERMAN si-ci: 11
I you will gi tit. bovine
mil, ,1.      Mori
thing In tin- wiij in im no ;,i  1.
drop .1 line,
1 Ron
LP.
'II
R
m zn
Si '.-,..n, It. C.
AUDREW* A
CO.
B.C.
■ I  .      .'.UK'.-.".'.!);.:!'.;!!
fiiav 1I1-' r.
it 'in n 1 1 |d.inted al Soldon Daney'1
nortli-weel  coraei   post  11 nrk id I'.  J,
Devhie'n n. rth 1 n>t corner  n ml. 1 hence  ,_,
weataochai cnitli so chains, We have a gi'eat reputa-lr-    _
-h«"« a>i 80 chains,  the ice north 80 Suhnni'l HP  "»"•_   TIP
".   <-!   ,t tion for Style and Fi..     WUUkJUiUC "J   xuu,
P.J, in.. : -r_
'""" ' ll     ;r     - '   i' ••■■'■ Save your Orders. lie Vie W.
Ma l 01 lei.    11 (ullj and   1 imtlj,
Bllonde 1 1 .    Agent Ior Blalei and Net*
A. R. UEYLAND,
1 . 0\ in. 1 Al. i.wii BUHTBYOB
• Mineral Claims Survoyod
POPLAR   KA81.0. '
H
$75
TOWNS!TE A(if:NT
■
I
■
-
3
*Y FLOYD
RRVE1.STOKB, [i. C.
I
- 1
►OOOCM        •    t>«>00000
...   <3be ftotcl Jocaton
BEAfON, B.C
— *i
Vvit-f
find thia
lnyli*ulii»a iiHii
1 pacinitt
nn.l (*i|*ar8     IVi
th-' tin. .hoi I of tl      1
.lei lo bo (iill.
II    v::;.
	
! W. BOYD -:- -:- Pro
P _h____________HHH
. ' ■
■£_1_
M___sa KvWB>.**P*»«
..
II ns
»OTBL
^^
«t_'U5r
The noted horns tor traveller-, viiitlni
Kergunon, ».(;, *
A well Hocked liar ol the oholoest Llqouri, Wlaes, etc.
"oDonnoll & Black
Pr ^prlator
NOTICK.
Ht.  I.'iuiri mineral olaim,  nitu.it-. In   tl.-,
^H^rlUWcV"""^ i,! l'IUn°'W««**-«>Ot-
i_''.'"f,u '""-tetli-On Ualeim crcik, about
two inllet 'ruin circle city,
iuui nono, ,hul [ o.ii.n. vnuie . ..-.-],i ton,
■BRuralin U. Him, m. miner'i oertlhc ite No
1,,'J.' "'"■ '"•'*-> -luja from tlm .<■■-,■ here.
iiii ."""' '" H'e Minini Recorder for ac-r-
.Vi.,, i , " '-'"I rov-rrierit*. fur ll..- puipoie uf
ootalnln.a l rown Urant of the above elalm.
..I?.. .','.n "irtuhoijotli.-'rt'.i.l ui ll hi, under
:;,_.";" '';■ ",["i lie commenced ii-.r..r. tneis
i, '"'•"/""•'ll certificate ..r Improv-montn.
n*ted tliUfit.ti day ol October, A.l... 111.4
.t 1. •*
It pays to use the Telephone. A
lengthy trip run often he ravetl. Offices
at '"'r.rgiiBoii: Cummins' Htore ; Trout
Luke, 1'i.st Olline ; ale. at Ueaton, .0111-
aplix and Arrowhead.
>gal Notices.
HCATES  OP  lUI'KDVRMKNT.
NOTICE.
Illack Diamond Mineral Claim sittis'i
111 the Trout I.ake Mining Division ol
>> Bit Kootenay Dlitrlot. Where located
vnTTnn ™ 1,tt" mi!* nort**'"' Heiklns creek.
11    iv   ••'<•_ 1     r-i    ,v        r»**« Notice that I, H. McPherton
best No. 8.. Golden Cheat No, went  for the Beatllo-Oregon   Minini
• ""Vr   'J1_v*_,inf?!?iclr\m1' r"   I;«<'Mlner8,Certiflcati.So._83w!
ijnths ln.t lake iMin tog Dlvl* intend   sixty   days   from    the   dai.
Wen Kootenay district. hereof ton, ply tothe Mining Recorde
-  .   louatadi  One and   one hall 'or a Certificate ol Improvement! f
, .tli went  from   the   town   of lhe purpose of obtaining a Crown grao
of ih.* al.ove claim.
And furlhor take notice that actioi
under sec-lion 37 muat be commence,
before tho iuuancaof suchGtrtiflcat.
ol Improvemeots,
Date 1 una 23rd day Hunt, a.d. 1005.
b.'IH 2S
OCt (l
0. It
N. WII.KIK,   PL.P.
TBOTJT  I.AKK.
NOTICK TO  lJKl.I.Nl^UISNT (.'O-OWNKHH
Om
from
I!. C
. itics that I,  John  Keen,  frco
,    ••■tillcate No. B83.33 I, intend
|rs after .Ute hereof, to »|[.ly to
Ing Recorder lor Certificates ol
vnienta for the purpose of obtain*
iwn (tr»nl" of the above claims,
I farther t»ke notice that action
er lection 87 .mint  be  com mi
> the issuance of ench certificate of
ivetnentS.      Hated thii 31st durnl
bar, A. D., ll)0r>
, •, .06 JOHN KEEN.
NOTICK.
it Diamond mineral  claim,  iltuate
toe Trout I.ake Mining divlalon 1 '
•at Kootenay district.
,efe located:  On  divide   between
.NOT UK
Bmr Fox,mineral claim, iltaate In tli*
rrout l.n.e Mining lilvlsWn of SVeatKu.it-
may dbir:. 1.
Woire located !—Oa Ilonama ereek, abuu'
001 mill uutbeut from Mack Dlutnonu
mineral .*uiin
V«kt notice tbal I, O.B.N, Wttklo, agrai f..r
I'.in Me Vetfb, fres mli.er'a c'rllflcale .Ni,
BS2338, iDUoa, sixty dayi from tl.u time, here
of. t u , y to tha Mining Heoorder for a Cer
' I iproveoionu, r.r tbe purpoiiof
•■■i«" '■ ; ■•   :■:.■,-.,:..'1 -,..... -.,. claim
And fu.ilier lake untie, tbataotloo,undei
srctlun 37, uiur.1 l«. ,-i,uiinenri.il  before Um ||.
. h fork of the South l-..rk of the
.11 rivnraii'l It.manra ci-eol-   ,v._.i suenesof such ctitiaeateof Improvements
1 riieran 1 iwnanta eieek, nbout u,UilU»U»Uida] ol October, a.u..i**>.
.1*1 nortlurly from the A .... man ,„.. g                     0  „   N
• Notice that I, O. II. N  Wilkie
WILKIE, IU..K.
TKOUT I.AKE.
.g u« agint f..r the Baattle-Oregob
ng  Co.,   P.M.O.   No.  B83195, In-
,   liny days from   the da'e lier.-nf,
I  t'i tlm kilning Recorder for a I
.; ate of   Improri   .- it     fi .   the '.
<-..f obtaining a Crown Qran
ahnve claim.
■ .1 furtiier take nitice that action,
sr section ;;7. must be commenced I
10 James (irant,   it.  0. Mad eod and
Jamei Hoiicl.ier, or to   whomsoever
they  may  have  transferred their interest in the Slate n.incriil claim.
Take notice  that   I,  the undersigned
o-owner with you in the Slate mineral
1 laim, iitr.aie on South side of Lardeau
river between Kai.i.l and Poj lar creeks
in the 'irout I.ake Mining Divlalon of
West   Kootenay,   have   performed   the
11 1 ■ »ury v,ork end made tho necessary
expenditure on  the above  mentioned
iui.M (or the  >':ars   1','tM  lllll   1MW,  in
rder to I   Id the name uti'lor lection Ll
'   - Mineral  Act,  and  the yearn for
.• : work wai performed and ex-
in   uaile having expired, 1 here-
. give you notice that if within 90 .lays
r 1   1   the   li.nl   publication  hereof you
ail or refute to contribute your propor-
ionate share nf bucIi expenditure nn.l
■hv t! e costs ol t li is advertiiemetit your
uterest in tie nai.J   mineral  claim will
■ the property ot the undersigned
under aud by virtue oi section 4 ol the
Mineral Act Amendment Act, l'JOO.
Ua:. .1 at Irout   I.ake thii 17th dav of
July, 111.).
JAMES BNELL
Co-Owner.
•     .    : Tu DELINQUENT 00-OWNER
To II. U.   Mcl.t'inan or to whomsoever
ay have traqsferred his interest,
in the Em    1 ral claim.
.'•   . «that 1 i.'.i   undersigned
■   <. net wil . you in tt." Embru min*
rralclaim situate on south siJeof I.ar-
leau river between Rapid ai. 1 i'o(.lar
the Issuai   10I stub Certificate creeks in the Troul Lake mining division
. -.. ■ 1 ■ *
:   this   5th
Oct.,   A.n
;.. B. n. wn
NOTICE.
• I W, Kootenay, have performed the necessary .vi.ik and mad* the necessary ei
:r, n the ni. ive-mentioned
for the \eari I A n:. 1 19 ''., 111
..rder i" bold the lams nndar se. tion - •
of the Mineral Act, and the years loi
T.,01 Klwarli  miwral claim, situate which said work was perl rmed and ex*
rrout Uke Mining Division ol penditure made haTing «
I    ... ,, district.                                •■ *  ■• "  '• '''"' '• •"•'• '' *';,i,"u *
»      a located: On Silver Cup moun- lays from'.ha first put atioa
.titlS miles f.'.tn Silver Cup
like no'ire that I, Frederick ('buries
■     I   M C,   N 1     I18A042,   acting as
I .-   John  W     W«8tfall,   ?.    ,C.
■ i K*I79<S4, intend, sixty ■>>« from
• late    hereof,   to   at v \    to    lhe
'i ; Recorder lor a Oertifl re <rf
rements, for ihe purpose. ' ob-
g a Crown (Jrant of the above
'.    I   further  take  notice that arti m
section .'.7, unlet be commenced
•   t ■ the Issuance id such Certificate
"•nts.
. -I tlm llth day of Aug., ».n 1906.
I -    > -05
!
roil '.*■■■ 11 reloso to contribute your pr'o-'
■ mate share of each expenditure and
, >.   tha   eofts of t:..? 1 Ivertis
Ml ill the said mineral . laim
.nil Is im* the property of the undersigned inder anr) by virtue ol section 4
..I the Mineral Act Amendment Act
1900.
I «•   1  at Trout Lake thii 5th day of
Julv, : taso 6. K111.TT,
July 7,05 Co-Owner
Review Job Dept.
For High-Claaa Work.
NOTICE.
Ci ; per Queen n i:..rr_l claim lituate
in   the I'rout  1 aLr mining division of
West Koo'.n »y .   1' riot.
Where located: On Silver Cupmoun-
lain, about lj-j niiles from Silver Cup
mine,
lake notice that I, Frederick Charles
Klliott, F.M.C. No. B88Q42, acting as
agent fur Charles L. Copp, K.M.C. No.
Charles McNlcholl, F.M.C.
.No. I!7R0il, and John W. Wontfall,
F.M.C. No. 88*96., intend, sixty davi
from the date hereof, to apply to ll.u
Mining Recorder for a Certificate of
Improvements, for the purpose of ob-
ta ning a Crown Crant of thu aliuvo
claim.
And futther take notice that action,
under section .'7, must be commenced
bef re the iisuai.ee of Certificate ol Improvements.
Paled this llth day of Aug. a.d. 1005.
18-8-1
Wii. :i i   ''..inn 'or a ]>lac3 to Bpend
your holidays, boar in mind
that Trout   Lake   is   an
ideal   summer   re.r-rt.      Tho
sc nery and climate are magnificent
Halcyon
Hot Springs
Sanitarium
ARROW  LAKE,   II. O.
4HMS-34 im
Under  New  Manag.ment.
iiARitY Mcintosh.
Of lhe Hoffmann House, Rossland,
Proprietor.
000*0
The Most complete health roiort on
the continent of North America, Accommodations for 100 (iiiests. Good
fishing, boating and hunting.
Terms 113 00 to$ix.00 per week, according to residence in hotel or villas. A
doctor in attendance.
For further partiaularH apply '0
Harry Mcintosh, Pr..;Het*r
HALCYON HOT SPRINGS.
Jrai
Balmoral Hotel.
^j
^Jiys
Visitors to Fergu?on may rely upon the very best of
accommodation  at this well-known hotel.   Roorai are
well  furnished  thioughoiit.    The  Dar is sloe.a.l wilh
a choice assortment of palatable quenchers.
I
H
Under the Management of S. Slinger
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahams.n   Bros., Proprietors
EVS*tTr!II.*»a   NEW    \NL»    riBrlTCI.AHB   IN   ALL RKHPEOTH
Fire  Proof Safe
Tbehoua* Ititoclsd witb Us Bn«Sl Wtaes ant Clean oa tbi market.
Trout    Lake,
The CENTRAL HOfEL Revelstoke
A
Pointer
la I'mUr the urea Uanaceme.t.
The Strand Hotel
EOSSLAND
IS
TIME    TABLE
ardeau
Hotel
Bua
to
Sandy Lrughton
I'i ..,•> i. t- r.
vV
111KN  visiting  FergiiBOti you
nh mid Ht.iv bi ih ■ Lardeau
 ,1    Ih,(,!.    Here  the   visitor
Kj§ I    wll   h*   aorround   I   wi"1
*•£* .    home comforts,   Excel Ion I
.     .J    culalne,     vm-'I   vuitilaif I
Rn 1    warn   toosia,   »><'ll
v.,.,•!;, I bar, »n«l evtryihlng which
t,., ,|„ tow .i'i-   m tkitifg >'"ir \1-1i a
|ilr..\".iint and memorable ..m'-
Batei from V ti»y upwards.
Wc Ktriv»* t.. pleaae our |.r»t'-1 f.
FERGUSON.
5.8. ARCIi';i> or S.S. LARDEAU.
Running between Arrowhead, Boa*
ton and Comaplix, oommenolog Ooto-
■rr-r Mtli, 1903, will sail as follow:-
weaibcr per_ltttng.
Leaving Arrowhead for Beaton and
Comiiplix, twice d»ll**—10k and Ck.
L«»vinu' Beaton aod Comaplix for
Arrowhead, twice daily— 71 k and
12;45k. Making close connections
with all C. 1'. tt. Steamers and trains.
Tbe owners reserve the right to
change tnu. « of sailings without
notice.
The i:«i>ire Lumber Co., Limited.
Place to Stop at
WHEN IN' ROSSLAND.
Davis <kj Loder - - Props.
Eoyal   Hotel
Fancy Bar,
Musical EntcrtcinmeDt
Bulletin  Board, World's
Mining News.
E. L. MORAND, -   PROP.
E. R. VIPOND
Trout Lake Livery
Freighting
Packing
Rawhiding
A BI'ECIALTY.
Strifes at Troct. L-ake.
,\'-:
I HOTEL
Excellent   AccommodatioA
Best Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   s_
Jchn Simpson,      Proprietor.
■—_——_ii ■■■!       iii,-    ■   -- ——— ;.a>_a_R*nai*CBaMMiM"i W*_ff
.-.— -.
f-^f% I   A
G3
.*.. •^^■*.-*^z7cr^.-f31
I MACKINNON  and
SUTHERLAND
General
Merchants.
FERGUSON - - B. C.
'
THERE li.ivo been fortunes
iii.ule by jiiilir;ou8 investment in Real Entat", and
more fortunes will be mail.- than
ever tne nrit two or ilirne years.
The .inn who reaps the h:ir*e8t is
tli« urifjin.il Investor, for he has
his money on a certainty.
Now let us point out to you that
there i» no better spot ..11 the Con*
t iviit to buy Real KsUte than
TROUT LAKE.
Trout Lako la the prettiestapot
in  iho Kootenays; aa a pleasure
rca'.ri it haB no equal. Boating
nn 1 tinliinp; may be Indulged in
t!ic year round : while bis guno
in abundance is to tho found on
the bills. ltn climate is superb,
tlioro beiug no great extremes, it
being milil in winier ami cool In
summer. It can b ast of B'lnoof
iho finest lmtela nrid residences in
liritinh Colombia. It* Btreets are
well laid out and graded. Thero
nr • two excellent ("eneral stores,
and a glauce at the advertisoments
in tiiin Journal will slur** that ail
(ratios are fairly well represented.
Write wiih conntlunca t.> Aganta.
•    V     '   .
Lots can be
obtained on
EASY
TERMS.
H. McPherson
Agent
Trout Lake, B.C.
Make your
selection at
i» ?>»
once.
..   ..
Then call on
or   write to
grW
IT baa never had a ' boom " its
grow"l, ha* been M.s.dy. It Is
tie I <nil <( invitation, and
lie termii al of the Lardo btatch
of tie C.P.R. All roads (In the
I.ft'.!■ nu)   lead to Trout Lako.    It
Ih tie commercial centre cf the
rlcbiat mineral dibtrirt on the
oontinfnt, and has hanking facilities | ti viihil by the Iupiial
Tank of (ai.nils ; first-clpss school
accommodation under tho dlree*
lion if 8. Shannon, B.A.J a pood
wr.t. r i.ul. in ; gi.vernmrnl 1 fficts ;
Count) Courl sitiings; Methodist
Episcopal aid Anglican ch.rchea
ard ei Urge hospital.
There are valuable rat.oh lands
on the outskirts av-aitini. settlers.
Itslun.ler ti*. in. • .* are ningnifi*
ei 11, and a band taw mill with a
.. 1 reiiy of CO t'00 ft. 1 er day Is at
t*«* bead uf lhe lake. The mines
tributary are proving out bigger
producers every y<ar, with new
prospects opining up rich bodies of
010.
There will he a big rush ibis
vnr, so if you would know
mora,   write  al  oe.ee'to  oillierof.
tlif linen's at the addreaaes below.
S3
F. B. Wells
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.C.
SJ ' ^gm
-.'■■':■  ' ■ I I    ■
•jfflK
f
Jcb Psl:i.
/~\ r^'-i        —- -   «"> —\  p--\   v
m.wil ifaily execute    it the fle/iew cfobpept,
.
Fr.r
Fraightin"
einu
Pn c :<'
Outfit.
ss
^®
-
Ml    '
1
AL
' : T.
I'lt.NO'J
i'i    UC, ETC.,
l akc, \'. c.     and Ferg
■
\j.yf mug store
- * *..
4
'**)
PROl'RIKTAIW
K INKS
II   :
in :in '        .   '
I ■■ •
' 1 .
S. DANEY, ' .    , -   '<
W   Abraha
Imperial    :'.-..
ContlN   .
And !
Owner oi  the Abraham"
son Additi the
TownSite.
Ge
£ a Home
For    fourself.
Dor.'t Pcy Rent.
Easy Terms.
. Head Office i
ONTARIO,
-
nit  I i.
i. R   '  ' I      I nt. E   i'iet -Pr. -. ■•• I .CI n. Man.
E. HAY, Assistant Gen. Mai iV. MOFFAT, Chief Iuspi
Tr..-    Lake,    ll.    C Branch—A    0:n..r-l    Banking   Buslnssa   Transacts*)
il       wed.
I
i      ■■  181 I Eul";»'.
._.
y. i ii.- ■"..
•■■    .;i,-r. i   A. Harvcj
A, M  PINKHAM.
1     RTER X PINKHHAM
.     . I'Tl'.
UEVELSTOKE    13.  C
Cnimd*.,
I. UR] J. M. SCOTT, t.i. ii.
Scott & Brings
Hai i isli rs and Si Iii itoi -
~-.ii, ih.is fur ' I
i'£VELSTOKE   -    B.C.
i
r
a'
m
ohool   up]
T.iil. I Ai
RIP'll £? !
WO] U '    1CT1     ■ ASH
■ ...
A I'll I. LINE OF I UOIl i, STA1 [ONI
L—-. • « -*-*- * * * ■»■***■«**.*■*.	
.
.
,.
WINDSOB HOTEL
trout lake:, b c.
-
■'
T. 13. BAKER,
Hanager
0. B N WILKIE, P.L.S.*
Provincial I.nnd Surveyor.
Mineral Claims Snrveyed
and Crown Orants Obtained
Kct.l.li-iii'*—N.'Xt It«i"<>rrt 001.«•,
11,nn Lake, B I
wo:d   vallance   hardware CO- LTD
Hardware, Mine*.' Supplies, Ploiop
ami Kungif..
NELSON, B.C.
ALEX.   CEAWFOED
THE   PIONEER
Livery and Dray Stables
Saddle, Pack and Cartage Horses Always for Hire
Freighting, Packing and
Ttjami.^g a Specialty
♦**►■»*«**•►
Dally stage loaves   Ueaton r-.i 12 o'clock for Troul l.nke Kfrynson an.l Cam borne
Leaves Fergoson, via Tronl Lake tor Ueaton at 7tt.ro,
Branch Stal»Je_ at Trout Lake, Beaton, Ferguson and Camborne
RESERVE,
RIGHT OF WAY   FOR   R .ILWAY8,
ETC.
V..'i. ,• ;- I en by given il.nt iili Ci
■ I- along Iho li eati ' iny rs
way, powi i, .rr'  trauiu ay  i
iti I    under  authority  of    the
legislature of this  Province, .u.'l having n width ol fifty   60    fi el on eacl
■ :-l.| ol said lines, aren lervi
of way pui. oaes for mi I railway, power
• i tramwat company.
W. -  GORE.
Depntv Com ol I an I   and Works.
Lands ,v Works Dent.
Victoria B.C., 3rd Oct., V.W.
Best Hold In Town,
He .   n tr 1 merclal is.
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE    FIRST CLASS
D. R, MclENNAN,   PROPBiETOR
\ lhe Lardeau Brewing |
TRODT   LAKE   LODGE   I. O.O. F.
M». 41
it. ynlar meetings bsld Iii
Udaftrllow'a   Hull   .\.r>
I   II   'Irn   nUlil  Hi    I
oVi.n k       ,'Klluif   '.- .rl.
sn ntiallj sn
0. Jaeobson, N. 0.; A. W. Edgi    R .. i  Set
9
TP8CAN   LODGE,
N*o89.
AF. & A.M.
•'inl  Tlinrada** each
mouth,
Visitors Welooma
(i Fortl.l.ed.8ec. II. McPheraon. W.M,
s
S
„  - \>
I
Comply
.    -..- •»»■»—
Lager Beer
and Porter.
r"C--' -••-*.
Draft ®> Bottled.
B2B£E2^®3B3&.2BS8BS8BS®S3gS33
KOTIi E  TO C0 0WNER8,
To James Grant, *>r tn whomsoever i..
may havo transferred  l.i.- Intereal !:.
tin- Cromwell mineral claim.
Take notice thai we, the u
s Ih yi .  i.i   ti>*- Cr< mwell
mineral claim,sltnate on hi
rrfi-k. in Tronl Lake mining dii
W. Kootenay, have performed the necessary work and •
penditnre dii   ab ve-n
f■.r t f ,•  •    -       .
the --.   .- und
al Act, an
work u..- pel    - :..■   i I
hereby give i oo nol •
da; *  Iron
I
. ■
ah.I pay the. oel of th
jroni .
will be. now the i
siitinil cnidor ami '. •
of the Mia ml  Ai i   ' •     .
; ■ ■
Dated ilii   I r, a.u
1906.        i
l.uit    A.W.I
-  I   >. .
-._?=_: ;1W*__4_ *_ _v«
[ ©K
Barber Shop J
 Kul'. A	
Good Shcve or Hair Cut
— CALL ON -—
FLOUB=
: William Scfmef!, J
Hoianc.     . h3-
^FLOUR
H. N. Cou.'si&r
F i im:   i\ - i ■   \    .
L'>    3]        ' • I l»   I*::.  '
Ifril   for fl
■^S_ •• i_x      __'•>    -*".•-
,-: :,i':; t
_)S'>
&
<mk
Starf?c_ 8. do.
WHI                . Batter,
tat,
' ii,n r.
leriaJ
nd      'j*
G. A. C MAN I
*T
Ho:,  is.''.  Coli  B-tii,.
■
■
-
I
.
Reveiito  2 Assessment
District.
_ Take N'olice thai I  - I bold a
Cniirt   of   Revision    ... I
under Ihe • ,\ 1:1.1:."
fur the Revi Istokc Ai ID
tri.'t. ..11 Mi,1 .; '7t|, (]ay ,,,-
ni'* 1. 1906,   -; thi !. or ol 11
o'clock   in   the   '   ■ the
Court House, i'.< velstoke
I I'll. 'I   .1   i'...    •  l     1' ;    11   ,|!"     '' ■• "»■
JAIl- .1   .11    |,r \,. .(,,',,     ■■„,   _.ir..     1
ilnv of (), !.|-                                          Ml n. -r...,-..                 liter for Nou-Uesl.
I     M    NKI.I. 	
PLOURs
NOTICE.
During the   Winter   Months our Store wiil
be epet.  from   8  a.m.   to   7   p.m.,  r.-.cent
Saturdays and nights preceding holidays,
G. FRASER, _S ke
-TJ OUR
• - — ra   nan ■■■■ tmmm^
V.M. WestfaU .. C..
J.i.I.   ,f ti,.. Courl of Res
anil   Appi il,   li.\, letoke   Ami  -
mi'iit District of Wf.-t Kootenay.
The li C. ASSAY and ( H .rilCAl
SL'fPLY Ob., Ltd.
Vamiii'vsh. H. 0.
Headquarjors tor laaayers, Mining and
Mill Bttppliss. Boh asenis in B. (' for
Mori/an Crucible Co . Kali raos England; K. W. lim,in .(.- c, >! Patent! ary
furnai'i's, Burners, etc. : WM. aln-a
•wivrtli .Si Co.'s !•''...' Ralancea, ale   . ic
Trou' l.nke, li
* Hasaging *
LAKEX!I_'.„HOTE1-P.Buras&CoF. B. Wells,
Qold <rr Silver.
'•ri.i and Sliver
„ao| Bar well Supplied with Liquors & Ci
.$200
7.1 Ill-
Silver iui'l Lead  ■> -,n
*/'\'\>or '.",'.' j 0ri
 tl 50
SHANNON,  Kssayer
P1-KOU50N n.
rtgiri
Large Comfortable Rooms.  E_oo]*enl Cuisina and Attendance.
Madden & Levesque
Props
WHOLESALE 'AN!..   RETAIL REVELSTOKE, B.C.
JUeat RAW FURS
Merchants
f>Hile,H i„ all kinds nfl'Vi-Ml, Mini
n.OtJTLAKE,B.O
BOUGHT
CASH   PRICES    PAIL)

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.lardeaum.1-0310273/manifest

Comment

Related Items