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The representative
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any address for $2
per an. in advance,
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TROUT LAKE CITY,   B.C., AUG. 25, 1905.
No. 42.
ir Weekly
Report.
H INTEREST TO THOSE
H", l< IIINC THE PROGRESS
9] THK I.AKDEAC 8KV-
Hi" I.     MAV    PROPERTIES
Bm.ino shipments.
Brown came in from the
old during tbe week and re*
tlmt a good body of ore bad
.truck  in tlm lower tunnel.
    , ,lv of on* has  already been
<)pe)     .ni on 'lie surface and at76
Hj. j >.       Tlmt   it    lias   now li.'i-n
01^1        .,!,•!,,   J.'.n foot level is
go*
well
V
stol
Get
ing
and
■as for tin* management
for atockholdera.
King catne  in from Revel-
Monday   nii-'lit  en route fur
are he intanda develop*
1 laim   held  hv  himself
ing
d.
left Wednesday morn*
Jobnaon Baain to do some
i ing on I.i.-* claims
to
th.
dri
l>o
;,;. Ward of tlie I.X.L. (Mi'-
ia drawing up 11 its plana for
1 u tool tunnel which will Ik*
n through tlie winter. He re-
good ore in the present
ings.
Neil  O'Donnel   ii< doing  some
I work on tbe Winslow.
|0n the Baltimore, up the Worth
■ 1.    ground   is  improving
l rv shot     Supt.  Waller is par*
i in |]   pleaai .1   with   tin-
t
I• •; ey   1ms his packing
■ the Black Warrior.    It is
I.y   llir   le<soes. .Ni.   -r-
in and  Atkinson, that   at
11 loads n ill Ih- shipped
is fall.
; 1. -->r plant at the Big
iinnel of the Reward Mining Co
.il Le in operation in a feu days
W,,;k on the ii).rai*e of  tho Bil*
ri r Cup mine will be completed "
bouI tlirer   weeks, when a   full
■r.v will !»■   . 1 ■ 11. oyed iii pushing
I'velopment,  The magnificent ore
owings    already   reported   arc
ollt.
.1.  lower tunnel of the Triune
tx'inc cross-cut to catch the
tn body.   The usual force of men
ni ployed
Pa i r Vipond is packing I.X.L.
|(-iw 1- 1 orr to 8-Mile un the Lake.
Tl.,- ilcvelopmenl of the Coppi r
' 1 1 - showing up good ore.   A
il has been buill connect*
1, iln- Lucky Hoy trail.
- White came up from Nel*
W   Ineaday night    In com-
[1 ith James Grant he loll foi
ii |»ctlon of the Lucky Jim
1 M inslow properl ii ■
,,,1.
Ward  ia   doing   1 lol of
■ni the  Klondike group on
, Murray creek.  He came down yes*
b rdaj with some nise samples of
Buchanan
On Lardeau.
LEAD BOUNTY INSPECTOR
RETURNS TO NELSON AND
SPEAKS WELL <>F THIS
COUNTRY. SAY8 GOOD
WORK IS BEING DONE.
G. 0. Buchanan, inspector und ir
the Lead Bounties' Act, who made
an official tour of this dis'1 1 lasl
week, was iii Nelaon on Hatnr-
rhiy. To 11 Tribune reporter he
said be " was struck with the spli 1
did vegetables of ever*, I dud produced there, ranging 'nnn potatoes
to torn I toes. There are none better, and if some exhibits of tins.
are sent to Nelaon they will create
surprise by their excellence.
Turning to mining, Mr. Buchanan said that while pur.- speculation was dead, there was mon solid,
permanent work being done than
people were aware • ' Scores of
men wi re doing work on their own
properties and showing up a considerable amount .«f free milling
gold."
Speaking of what i- known lot il
lv as the long tiinii, 1 proposition
which is being conducted by the
Reward Gold ami Silver .Mining
Co., Mr Buchanan said the company has I.. m formed "to drive a
tunnel half 1 mile long *>t the beat
of the mounl in srhh h will crosscut fiv. pro vi 11 ■ ■:. and is expected tod lop a  large mining
proposition.   The money required,
in  the  10 ighbourli 1 oi  $30,000,
has been  subscribed.    Tha pros
pecta at such well known mines es
the Silver Cup ami Nettie L. are
oonsidered by competent iudgi - t,,
be Ri>od."
Mrs.   A.   M.  Craig  is   visiting
frii mis at Revelstoke.
J. L. Friach, 0111 of thi old mill
boys, came in from Comaplix early
n   ilif ">•« k.   11.   pul   in two or
!■ :■ ■ •':.) - r< newing old  acquaint*
Mrs. Wiu. Bchmock  i.-  visiting
old friends in Trout Lake.
1 hereby solemnly declare thai
in every dosen shirt.- bearing t!,.
U.B.K. " Big sinrt" Brand I pul
in from .'.''A to 42 yards of goods
27 Inches wide. An.l 1 make this
solemn declaration conscientiously
believing it to be true and knowii .
thai it is of the same force and
. fie. t as if made under oath and
by virtue of " The 1 anada Evidence Act, 1898."
T. T. Smith.
Supt. IlliK Shirt .Mfg   1». p.
Declared before me at Montreal
this 28th October, 1808. -A. Gun*
io.-., Notary Public. Sold by Eraser.
The world turns .'.Hid** to lei any
mini pass who knows whither he is I
goil.g.    Thnt- a fuel.     Ifyoiiliavc,
1    nqtion    ll     is  making   for   the|
l!i vim' ,-iV   ■ l , pay for thai bach
-,|,-,  ipfion,  kind n ader gi 1 here
first nii'i break it to us gently.
Ed. Hillman baa secured a logging contract   from tha   Bowman
JLuinhi-r I'o. Of 8,000,000 feet.
A Trip Up The
Mountains.
" REVIEW " SCRIBE RUSTLES
FOR COPY. SEVERAL PRO*
i'i- RTIEH VISITED. OUR
REPRESENTATIVE HAS A
DYNAMITE ADVENTURE.
'in g iturd iy In-* the trail leading from Trout Lake City to the
sui imil ;r 1 8-Milo presented a scene
of groat activity. The Review
icribe, in company \\il!i Noah
A brain ni a of the Queen's Hotel
and Jim Pal in, w< re the first to
pel Btartcd, and were i". Hon- 1 by
I'.. R. Vipond and R.-rt Fowler
with 20 hi nd of pack horses '-i.
route to the I.X.L. and Noble Five
groups, '.ni' ine, at the first small
lake near the summit, Jin. Snell
\.i. - mei with, and with his usual
LAY ALL FACTS BEFORE
THEIR SHARE-HOLDERS
AND PROCEED TO IS8UE
NEW STOCK AT 80 CENTS.
DETAILED STATEMENT,
mmamamamamamamamamamamammmamam     1 product   is   found,   which   in time
f l-hear^ness offered  tier 1 i*  ,vllJ luftbl    but aI       ent
lace and scribe part of his lunch      ^^
hut even that had demonstrated I flA rVm*T->1C.r*ri
that there was more ore than was ^ u# ■L* VI If-UtJI 11
apparent uh ti.st.   It is undnubt- TWit-ioo    T 4*rl
edly one of the Snest Burfaceahow* JftlUBBj JjlQ.
ings of clean ore iu the Lardeau.
(in the I.X.L. (Swe.li) nearly
a ear of ore has been sacked, and
backing started Monday morning,
immediately on getting this ore
down packing will be started from
the No' le Five,
Adjoining the I.X.L. is thi
Sampson, which is ai-o an 1 Lei -
i-ion of the Triune, Fred .Mum
mery and A. W. Edge wen- found.
A good lead is bi ing opened up on
this property, and further devi lop*
ment ought to bring good results.
On the way back thi Cr mi - 11
Empress and Asbestos claims w< re
visited. The Cromwell being so
well known it is almost needless
to Bay anything about it. On the
Asbestos a very fine grade of that
which  consisted wholly of ' hard
..wing to the cost oi transportation
could not be  handled  al a profit.
... L,llllll    11UI    W—       Hill"',.'   "       «»■      «      J'.""-
'"';■    H'fl ",""r   ""'"':i I':"1"1   Adjoining tin-   Cromwell   are   the
bait was made, and the h.t. masti* Aiice and Alice fraction, owned by
«ted.   On  resuming the journey, Abrahamson Broa. and J. O. Piper.
however,  it   was  found   that   one1,      ,     - • 1
,    ,     , u     '"   On the traction a rich vein of  car-
nonse  hml taken  ti><   trail   on lih  , ,      ,        •    1
" '"   bonates and galena is being work*
"-'-o-um.an.llotsiver,   drawnL    the   averaRe   values   miming
-  0 who should walk,    rhescrib   ^   in  ,,„,,,  ,m1 »10 in silver
was th.   lucky  walker,  and  nnv'     . 7    , ,       .1 •
,   , • . >r        Across the basin  from this pro*
'  "!". -ii   his  journey, while the
boniface hiked after tbi lost horse.
Ainving    at   the   Slinger-Burns-
perty
is thc Milloy l.X.I... on
which preparations are being made
to drive a BOO ft. tunnel. Here
are also the Mrs. Jo we tt's properties, on which a large amount of
dev opment work is being done
with good results     On the return
1-.,,,,;        _____s      ___i     'tli"  Winalow, Copper Qi.eii.and
preparations made for a good rest     - ,-    ,     ,, , „   ,
Wn «.,.„ _.,n,. ,i;„ :..._i  | Shnger-Gordon-Bums  ami Barbel
claims were visited.   On the lasl
pr.ij. rty  a  large amount of open
Barber camp another halt was
■ ailed i.r lunch. After doing jus-
tice to tbe good things provided,
to make things comfortable the fire
plenimhed, pipes were lit. and
We were sadly disappointed, however, owing to fact the boys bad
pili 1 about a dozen sticks .*f dynamite clo.-e .0 Suddenly
the cvy arose, " I.ouk oul ! the powder's  on   tire ! ' — ami   t.ik  about
cuts are being made with a view of
uncovering the rich gold lead- ot
the Winslow. The Winslow ami
Copp. r Queen are twi pr ipi rties of
,,           .                               . V.I'   ,   ,'   I   l/linu   .lit   i,,„j,i„   ,,,,„       '-.
•«"   1.                  tmg awav from         .
fa        • great merit, and  deals are now in
"v.una. why, 'I   \\:i- nothing to be                      i ■  .      ■-,             .1    -     i
,    . ,    , progress winch uH mean their de*
compared with the way the outfit vel(>v>ment on a large scale
l.c away  from thai powder.    The _____
remaining horse was the only liv-
,', j thing left, and the Boniface
Badly exclaimed, " There goes another horse." However, no ' splo
sinn took place and the inarch resumed. The point of destination.
the IX L. cabin, was reached without further interruption  or adven*
Lou Williams, an old-timer
around Poplar, came up on Wednesday s boat.
Mr-. Kennedy, wifeof mill Supt.
Kennedy, who has been visiting
hen for several weeks, left for h.-r
homi     in    Revi latoke   Thursday
ture.   Later on the puck train ar- i morning.
riv.-d, also the  lost horse, and the     j. ... Griffith  returned Monday
balance of the dav wasspentin night from an ouUide trip.
visiting the Noble Five. A trail has
been buill lo the ore showing, and '    A number of our citixens took in
Al.,- McLi .u, and Sid Graham were the 1 xcursiou on thi b.b. Piper down
busy opening up the lead.   Only a the   Arrow   Lakes   lant   Sunday.
couple of shots   had   been   put   in,   All were delighted   with the trip.
^__SE_£S_3__S__B_&S_S£>^^ B
I HEALTH and WEALTH |
w I
SE_E_BBE>L_> Awaitinj; you in thc Coldpn Lardeau. :_J___3S__5   j
To the Shareholdi  -
At the general meeting held al
Nelson on Tuesday, the 8th ii Bl .
decisive measun were adopted
with a view to improving tbe financial condition of the company.
At tlmt mei ling over 880,000shares
were repri at ntod in 1 erson, besides
a large Lumber represented by
proxy.
The lirst and nnst important
step war s voluntary offer on the
part ot tin- promoters of the com*
puny to relinquish all claim to the
shine, issued to them over and
above the actual cash paid by
them or their properties, in shares
at 80 cents each, thus paying the
same price ns all other original
shareholders for their present holdings, and returning to the treasury
of the company 358,740 -hir', .-. the
whole of their prospective profit,
with the proviso that the shares re*
linqished be sold and the proceeds
used in paying off the present in-
debtness of the company. This!
on - ion brings the tr asury
stock now available up to .".T'J.TIO
Bhares of SI each oul of an authorized capital of $1,500,000. The
company owns the Lads group, the
Oyster-Criterion group, and the
Poplar propi rties, miking 19 crown
granted claim- in all,
Tic ii, xi step taki n, and to
which those present unanimously
i '-r e I. as bi in.' ii vital import-
am.-, was a proposal thai aii outstanding shares of ti,.- company
should be pooled until 1st of October, 1900, so that th'-s.- shares
should not enter int.. competition
with the enlaiged treasury stock to
- Id for the benefit of the com*
i-ary. All shareholders are therefore earnestly requested to at once
send in th'-ir certificates to thesec*
,- tary of til. company at Nelaon,
or, if preferred, to the manager of
the Imperial Bank of Canada.
Nelaon, to be beld until the expiration of the pool. and on receipt
of the certificate! here, a rea ipl
will be forwarded stating that tlie
certificates have been received for
pooling purposes andwi 11 1h> duly
returned at the termination of the
period . f the pool.
The shareholders who were present al the meeting a's,. thought
that every shareholder should be
Trout Lake's
New Industry.
LARDEAU BREWING COMPANY HAVE BEGUN TO
BREW. HAVE FINE PREMISES AND UP-TO-DATE
MACHINERY.
The smoke from the chimney
and other signs of general activity
around the Lardeau Brewery attracted the representative of the
RKVIKW across the river to the
brewery yesterday. -Mr. J. A.
MacLean, manager of the concern,
was found busily engaged in attending to the many and intricate
duties connected with a first brew,
but took time to show the scribe
around and briefly explain the
[ rod notion of lager beer and porter
according to modern methods.
Beginning on the top or fourth
floor is the mill room, containing
besides the malt mill a hot water
tank for boiling and sterilizing the
water used in brewing. On the
third floor i.- the iniii-h tub. fitted
with attemperator and modern
mashing appliance- and a capacious store-room.
Here Mr. A. Zoellmer.a Herman
brewer of the old school, was met,
mashing the tjr-l malt ever brewed
in the Lardeau. Mr. Zoellmer naa
been connected with the brewing
industry from the crjulle up. both
in the old country and in the
larger American centres. Hi.« reputation as a hnwer is par excellence. Midway between the 3rd
and 2nd floors is the "kettle," a
10-barrel iron one with steam coil
attachment
On the -ml floor are the steam
atr and steam in-er pami*. ix-ei
coolera and hop-jack, pasteurization, tank. etc.. while in the rear
is the fermenting cellar containing
fermenting tuba and attemperators.
On the lower or cellar lloor is
the sacking cellar, containing
pumps, keg-filling appliances anil
bottling machinery, and also the
lager c.-H.-r. in which are the standard- and (ship caoka for storing
and finishing the beer. The brew-
lery ia built on the tower plan,
' which is fast supplanting old-time
brewery Construction,the beer de_-
cending by gravity from one chamber to another throughout its manufacture. A special feature of the
Lardeau Brewery is the refrigeration system. The lager cellar, fermenting cellar, cold air chamber
nml ici-house surmount each other,
I.. new.   _^mW^mW^mW^mW^mW^mW^mW^mWm
I stock to tbe extent of al least 1 per|*nt*1 :l" ,uv aurrounded by quad*
per share held and more ifi ruple walla containing spaces packed with non-conducting material
i or £2 a year anybody can take
'!»• I.kmi-w    There are eorae, however, wh" lake  and   forget to pay
I vou me one of tb.se. kindly rtc-
■ p< 'his Intimation oi ye editor's
lire to handle your collateral,
'   Hi ndi r-on r. ;uiii.'l from
i Porks I   i  Friday to  re*
• hordulii   ..   teachor for Ihe
'•'"- ol,   Schools at Per
'""'"'• Troul Lake and Poplar
" opened with good attendance*
l««l Monday, Squire Thompeon,
' '■ tonUm, is training tbe young
idi i al Poplar.
The North Fork trail   is now te-
ociving   treatment and  repair  al
the hands of the government.
Two tons of   ore a dav are In ing
brought    down     from    the    Black
Warrior.
A lire ban been burning lirec'v on
the south side of the   L.lt. for sev*
i nil days.
'I Leslie Hfll, manager of the Has
ling-. Exploration Syndicate, has
,, ,.,-,.,! the mon employed at the
Arlington mine two and a half dayn
n I with full pay al the time of the
Kelson Fair.
you are a mountain climber, and want someth
thai will test your nerves, come to the Lardeau     We
will ;-liow you  peaks that will surpass tin world's
famous Mitiir-rhoiii.
IF you are a disciple of Ike Walton, the streams and
lakes of the Lardeau are full of speckled trout, lake trout,
an'1 salmon. • ■
IF you arc strenuous and want hard work, bear and
caribou are waiting for you.
IF you are a " Kodaker " you will simplj be surprised
at the niagnilicent results ynn i an get In the Lardeau.
IF you are run down, and want an ideal Spol fai
from the madding crowd," oonie and enjoy the beautiful God
given climate oi the Lardenu.
The   " white plague "   nnd   kindred diseases   are   unknown in the Lardeau.     If you want health, conic and get il.
I           We will take pleasure iii supplying any Information.
fi| \\ rite us. ■	
U_eEBBB8BBEB65_&>5__»^ q
eelit    _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
convenient, for which there will In
issued to them new shares .it 80
■ nta each, winch will be suhj.',-:
to th.- same Dooling arrangements
as the real ol thi - held,   ["his
will of course be a voluntary contribution 'itnl nol an assessment,
and will l'o far toward strengthen
ing the position of the company in
the eves of thi   publi     should it   be
generally  responded to, as ■■
providing Home funds immediately
which are urgently needed for tbe
purpose of proi'- r ding with the de*
- pment of*our properties
In \iiii of ll" st.-p> ilri.vi outlined having been taken at the
i il met ting, it was nol con*
siilered advisable to go on with the
I roposition of forming a subsidiary
company, and the two extraordinary meeting-' cii'led tor that pur-
posi wi I. then I ire abandoned
Each -bar. holder  having had n
copy of the lie. iiici.-l   -tat. mi n| of
the compa
meeting, it la hoped thai a prompt - merce opening up for business in a
response will be given to these re* t.-nt, the Imperial going one better
queaU, which, if generally accededk      tli    „ woodM H,mck
to, will, it is believed,   before long;   J *        h
pul the company in a sound Allan*
reinforced by air spaces, thus reducing lo.-s ..f ic- by evaporation
to a minimum.
On Saturday list the institution
n i- inapocted and surveyed by Inland  Revenue Inspector Hodder,
-I K i-l... who found everything in
inity with the regulations.
The   Lardeau   Hrewing Co. will
have   their   beer on the market in
live weeks.
The Imperial Hank has recently
Opened two new branch's, one at
Ridgeway, Out., with Mr. W. il
Coltarthaamanager, and the other
at Cobalt. New Out., with .Mr. F.
il. Marsh, foimerly manager at
Cranbrook, in charge.    At C*i  .ait
■   in: un i.  i    siaieiiM-ni m   . ,    - .   ,
and ,:;. repor) of the Commerce and Imperial were
hi,Us  oi    thi   annual bothon the ground early, the Com-
oial position with every prospect of
future prosperity.
W. F. On iiiiwr. President
Robt, Hodui, Secretary,
N, Ison, li C . Angus', 16, 1006
Fred Mills came  down from the
I.X.L,    He bas dlapoeed of his interest in thai lease and Noble hive
group to hi.- partners for a good
figure. p********
-fHfc LA1UMCA0 MINI! (
REVIEW.
Is Printed at Troul Lakedty, mm F iblWheii
:.t l-1 ivtifn'ii fiuu iruut Litkeovto bHdtt>.
T.i'KIU'ir -.«>«■ not oold  blmiulf reapon
tot  it*   » itiiiiMih  of ooiTL'SiiuiuU'L.lh t :;
i iv -.- ■! iii IU ooluraui
AUloctUa will bo oh urged nt tha rati* ofK'i
oi-iii< |u '' Line, Mr*-' lu>' Tt inn, iin.l Ul CtfUM pi i
UlH' i.H-.i sul)-., iiMOill   I list'l'| lull.
TerniRfor-I'raru.cn 1 utui oii.r __verUs1iu
will '■■   nade kimv ■ i>'i appl    ttlon tfi onlei
.  , t;' tin    M'.i". .1. 'i«i.. iu)0,
'Crotu Xai.e
Matci
Supplg <5o.
'.'>,,/-(Ai,,;.:.^lXi
®
1   V   111-   1  g
Cor;,!,,,'.
lule |.inii\
to hack up
Water supplied  by t
i'i u urn assured of abso.
.    Govi riimciil Analysis
statements  ■;:::::
K«gh Mc. berscn
IVTMtKtl
at
least  the " ear-marks " of
mines. They arc ready to go into
anything that shows up ore in
paying quantities, We have the
properties, and we believe that the
many owners who arc now spending their money in opening up the
I,-, il   will ia   a short   time reap a
■1,
i harvest. 11
Burface showing,
up and you can
v
iu nave
in ami
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TIMBER TAXES.
The Vancouver Province states
that owners oi limber held under
lieen •'■ are -to be called upo i y
the provim tal governmi nl to | ay
i i - in (he assessed value of the
timber to the amount of 2 per oei '
per      ,-u'i!
Iiotlghly speaking, this tax if it
is  i.iii.l  will  net  the go* ernmenl
ury  M.     less than   $400,000
ally,   [or  it is conservatively
estimated   that   there are   at   the
"■ 'i ot  time  undi r lici nse in all
- "f • u province timber limits
on   ■'. hi. h  the  timber  is worth at
tin     • $20,000,000
I- bsi      iss edcalli g advertise tho town a little.   Ther
1 if  timber under I are lots ol ways you can do it.
. seiif. to furnish returns.as to the     Send  a  photo or a paper.   Tell
y set   upon their timber them of the magnificent views, of
to thi     k collectors and assessors, tho hunting, boating, fishing.   Pic-
Failing   ich returns the collectors turn lo them how you can go up in
npowered 10 assess the value  two hours and  cut  ice  out  of the
res  and  lew the taxation glaciers j how you can on tho same
•■  ngly     The announcemenl   trip on joy a  ridu down a natural
of the intention of the government toboggan  shute   for thousands of I
fo  fn>   timber held under license  feet all in the4I dog days " of Aug-
...me   without    warning   to-day, ust.   This kind of matter will help
Ti'.ihorin.n   have   had   no notici   you fill Up your   letter and  at the
__. W. EDGE
Paintar —.
Decorator.
TROUT    LAKE
ien it
Ji you blow
your showing out und have nothing below, why. the sooner you,
..now it the quicki r yon will stake
souu ii.ii.g '.hut bus.
BEAR  THIS  IN   MIND.
\Vl -n   you  arc writing to your
friends  in  the cast  or elsewhere,
YUSLL
JEWELLER,
Watch-repairing,   etc.
(guaranteed.
Uufellofs Bloct, Trout Laie, B.G
AH the Latest
Msgasines on
Sale'at "The
Review.
'5
that th.-y weie to bi taxed ii this
respeet—'indeed, many oi thi m declare that the government has not
tho slightest right to enact any
order which shall not be in accord
with the terms Of the contract e- -
teied into with the license holders.
What the result of the news will
be is a matter of ino.-t interesting
conjecture to the very few people
who nrr- to-day aware that the tax-
col lee tor's office is sotting in motion
tiio machinery to collect the lax.
It is the expressed opinion of
-oine that tbe timber license holders will imt pay the s igh'est in-
t. mion to the demand of the tax
collectors—-thai they will allow
matteri to take   their  course until
lie
to
cou
for $400,000 on the part of the
lie ns,- holders, it is likely that
they will carry it to the last ditch.
-  Nelson News.
same   lin.c let your  friends know
il at as a   " place  of  b auty and a i
joyforover"  the Lardeau is preeminent.
! DISHONESTY PURE AND SIMPLE
'Ih • pernicious practice of many
claim holdei - who do their $100
worth of assessment work in from
t ivo lo five rl i vs should re( ei. e I bi
attention of the authorities. To,
iu t ii r the development uf the
| country the Provincial< lovernmi nt
aUows a person who jjyIds a free
miners' certificate nr stake a .'laim
Smokers' supplies in
great variety.
■
1   you went to SfctX
you want to BUY
Coiir-rj rl with the
mil   tr.  hold the   ■ ■■
n ithoul cost for all time, provid id
he does each year $11 0 worth of
work and records  the same.   The
jj Lardeau Mines
f    Exchange.
We ' -iv.• never*] (>ood Prop i
-le I ..ii wiuel, good tenns
can be had.
•••At*
Ollltl
I
uitm in iiiki*   iiKir   course uiiui i       .    . ,             i       ff Lirrltja Mines Lx_i_t_o r
,              ,           majority are  honest   nnd cnmplvi U '-•••gtJJ "*"*es"ciwngt,
goveniineiit make.-an i nihavor     . ,       ,          8             "Review ' Bultdins _   i
,,       .,                ,,        ,   .,   witii  thc requirements,  but there   f                     T    ,.       "  , 1
collect   the    tax. s   through  the ■                                            I                           lomtlaik,    I. ( ., \\
„, .„ ,.    .. ,,  are many who do not and nave  so   I
rts     1 hen  will come the fight . ,                          «—*»•**—-*»-—«—n..—«»v».-w-»
ZINC   EXAMINATION.
•   The   resolution   passed by the
Associated Boards of Trade on tho
above subject  bas elicited the foi-,
lowing official  reply from  the De-
NEW YORK J.IKK ASSURANCE
COMPANY.
.. ri,.N
THUS. TAYLOR, Agent,
REVELSTOKR      AM.       Tint'.- I.aKk
I lost all sense of honor that the}
make a sworn affidavit that they
have doue so. i hey do • ot realize
that they are open to arri st for
perjio", just as much I.-they would I
I... ii found taking a false oath iu K,„, Invi
court.
Such linn  retard the   develop*
mi ill ol    In    . nn.try in a tWO-fold
in..oi. r :  liist, becaus   Lh y do not
Icrry out   their part of the agreement   made   when   taking  up   a
claim, and Becoudly  by   keeping
men  *nt»   who would honestly do
(J. o.  Buchanan, Esq., President} their best to open thechiim up.   We
Associated  Boards of  Trie!.'.
Nelson, B. C.
Dear Sir:—Io,  Mr. Oliver's absence! received your telegram on provincial poiici
behalf of ihe Associated Boards of to maki u lew examples of  these
Trade of  Nelson, with  respect to perjurers  it  would  have a whole-
Dentistry.
Ull, MM I.OY l.r-i.wl.v
r-it-fl Iii Nel,   . H- iiio
in nut
'££• Abndeer. Block
■
-.  Sr*t.
.       r- »l ...--nl. r
A. Milloy
1
| NOW
is    tin-   tiini-
to Buy I. il
fir   j on id
Nev. r w  i
lhe  l'ro-pi cth of Fergui
so bright.
J. Y. Griffin & Co.
part ment
Interior :
d   the Minister of the
I ____
Ottawa, August 12. mo:..
J
Celebrated Brands  ..I   Ham, Bsoon
and Eggs,
NELSON,       -        -       B   C.
think that if the Attorney Uei eral
would lain the ti itl r up with the
an i instruct them
.   ~- -
the matter of a sine examination
in Southern British Columbia.
Any ihlay that   has taken place
iri this connection has been unavoidable Matters are i ow pro- for !
grossing favorably and the depart* :,u,,:,
mental officer iii charge informs
ine that the work will !..• in progress by tn.' 1st of September. It
will be carried o.it under the sii|.- |>i
ervision of .Mr. Ingalls. the i ■
hinted /ine audi riy.
' Yours faithfully,
.1. J'.. HARKIN,
Private Secretary
CUMM![.S  Smith & Co.
45 Bloury Street, MOMkliAL.
HIGH-CLASS I'.UI.ults.
7, A Till   I •!•  i"i ii t t-.l  in tie.  liir
.'      iii .ii    i nr    Intervsli
lliruiiv'll a'   I ie   viir.    Orilerr,
'I l.e Town of KI'.Kf I'801*J
will be one i i tli.. Greatest
i\r.. Prodni ing Camps iu tin*
World. '1 l.e i igh degree nf
si,i cess u.'l.ie. ed by ll i
numerous WE \ I III r and
PRACTICAL BRI1 I6H and
AMRRIl \ S M INING
I'OMl'ANIKS how u|,elating
Ih-'re I* a tt ' tile in ; ...
Irp-miMidour we;, m of tlm lull-
■
lilll,-
(>•■!.. ml hi ■-,-.    r nil |,|ne
nf r,iiiii..,l .) .. I .     i-'r  it.
i ■ -  . - ■ ,    ,:
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at Big ii.      i   .  i, im
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an    re<
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editor indi
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e.
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FOR  GOOD  RESULTS.
An encouraging feature of mining in the Lardeau Is the fact thai
so   mgliy    property   owner,  are  at
work    developing.        Heretofore
when owners  had  a good showing
l
they   wait  ll   until   (ami   are  si
waiting)   lor   some   one to c	
|> and buy them oul  al a good   i ,
ligure.     This  season  there aie a
number ».f them  getting down to Write fu
bush ess,  taking onl  ore and de*   ~  "
ve oping.     We   rei ignisi    to-day C»w*2t. VC
than   ever tho necossity of
Coi
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mtmg .
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n
■   il   by I'm1'
<'. li.j.iu.;.-*.   tv.«,,,,! vm Nti.
an-1 LADIES ■
LEARN Ti;LEC3_\PHY
AND R.R.. ACCC
Inn     '    . jier t ul i     <
Hl.ll -     . , i,, ,1
ire lln> Im
V- ',-  I.I).     Kt.1, l.li. , .    ,i • a-i.l
1   by   nil   ;■-...uii--   1,'niln ..-
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,   !'! (.!! jrs
Ktinlt   t-  , an mitor ai  nny Iln e.
I oi   full  partii
ii rite
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Ci      inati, O.   Cii.a       ■ ii -■
111?
■ i ... y,,.. ■ |,,,|
.. lie in ll-'1 'i I
I. \l.i: nn,! II III I -<>\ in a f.-tv peeks.
..Ve h-iva a great reputation ffof Styl« and Fit.
vour Orders.
The BEST Always!
IN 1'T r SHOES :
MINING 8HOE8 I
sum. r lcKSI
RUBBERS  wn
0VEB8H0I   '
GERMAN RO< KS !
■    on will mill you (In ynnr liuyli |
.. a ,i,i fiitgri, ... ii-ii \v,imi ilu.	
Illil .i      ,, III   -.I,..,   I,, sail nil il , ".
rtrop ,i i• ii.-.
Public Bohool, Hospital, ami
Otbor instillltjOllS.       Ilxeeilitii
Wntei >v i L'n BJ ti-m SireetS,
Sioit**. mo ):■ i denci - illumined by !.;<•' i iclty, I btily
mtil if-i'viee. The townsite
in admirsbly laid ■■<>< Get in
NOW on id., ground l! ioi.
Lots can  now  be  purchased
FROH
$75
UP.
TOWN SI M* A(iHNT
I HENRY FLOYD
'•A.
i".
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kf":Vi:i.STOKI:, B. C.
^':&:M:%i^^^M''t:'  ■     ' j.: •
r-.i_i.if -. • ■. ■    ,
ills
R
Mi ism
Nelson, B. C.
ANDREW    &
CO.
Mail oi " r an.fully nnd promptly
:.ii-'ii-l'-! i... Agent fhi Blotel and N'et-
ii"inii Shoes.
'
. N.V.
A. R. [1EYLAND,
.' '   r   \  I M ■ | A |,   |. \ S I I   .' I   I' \   ,    .      I
ml (''nil.    Survnyod
I'OPt.AR, I ASI Q
Ubc ttotcl Scat-- .
BEATON. '■ -
'IjJITORA  nriivm^ ill I'.e.ilon (thr! Iliresliolil nf UlS I .1
ilii Arrowhead, will find thia Hotel lo ba fully equipped
for l.i'.'li-i'lii-1 i-it.le. Isseellent Bccnmniodation. A ws"
nppolntoil sml sptclont dining hall. Tin-best of Wlnos.SphiW
mnl Cigsrs I'm -r. 11,11 mipervTslon Is slvun to the requlramonl^"'
patrons  Visitors to ihn I ardeau can relj oil comfort nt thlsliolsl.
W. BOYD -:-
"V--
1    • ■' - •
run
•r      ,      .. . ,    ' r-tV   - FERGUSON HOTEL
Tbe noted home for travellers visiting
Ferguson, B.C.
A well stocked bar nf the choicest I.nluum, Wines, etc
tvicDonnoll &   Black
Proprietors,
Legal Notices.
Par1
Ti
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W
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min
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Inn
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A
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befr
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Jul
•ll ICATBS OF  [Ml'BOVEMBNT.
NOTICK.
I, .   mineral elnlm situate in the
Mining  Diviiion of West
n-lriel .
located : — About  five miles
;, ,;.,   I'i Olll   I .lll.'e.
b thai I   CI tries Copp, free
,,• iiil.-iit-- Nn. B88,180, in-.ni i
- after date hereof, to apply to
e_  ttecordur  lor ilertificati I ol
i - for il.e purpose ol obtain*
. ants "i 11" above claims,
irthnr take notice tlmt action
.ii 37 miirrt  \f commenced
,   .-■ iiiiii-,- of lUCll Certificate ol
iients,   Dated tbis 16th day ol
I).. 1805.
v 15 06
NOTICE.
ii... mineral claim,   situate  in the
rou:   I ike  Minini; Division of West
(i) district,
\ i,, i>- located : <in south side ol I ar
between  Itapid and Poplar
i
i       Sotice that I, Fred ('. Elliott,
- certificate No.  B88042, in-
i  Im i fi .in the dale hereof,
to ilir-  Mining Recorder f..r a
ate of   I niprovetnents, for the
-■■ ol obtaiuiun a Crown Grant of
. - u- claim,
tnd farther take notice tbat action,
tr M--ti-.il   ;7. iini-i  be eon.ii.i-iiei'.l
i-i ,o- the issuan f such Certificate
Improvements.
1 Dated   this   -Iili  day   ol   July a.i>.
jnl 7 08
NOTICE,
h arda n ii eral claim, situate
oul I i.i..   Mining  Diviiion oi
|v.-i  1\, -,ii-i,n\ dif-l i i i.
re located : '• in Silver Cup moon*
|i, about 1'...  miles from Silver Cap
lake rotice that I, Frederick Charles
|" .     No B88042, acting as
folui w Westfall,  I      I
.        ■ ■ 1. sixty   days from
i ,     of,   to   i,| j ly    I"    the
i    lor   u Ci-i tilir.it.-  ol
tenia,   lor   i lie pui i oao ol ob-
.. .       .. Granl ol the above
further lal ■ n tics ibat set-on
i  Kectiou 87, i*in.-* I..- commenced
• lie iniiauce ol such Certificate
ivemeuia.
•hi- litb day of Aug.,A,n 1905.
NpTIOl.
Silv**r Olitaf No. 2 Mineral Claim r-ituale
in tlie Trout Lake Mininu Division of
West Kootenay District. When- located i
<in Colli (nilcii, a tributary of Gainer
creek.
Tike Notice that I, l-'r.'-l C. Klli.it.
I'.M.C. No. BHK042, actirn* ii«a;-"io lor
Robert B, young, I-'.M C. No H880-I1,
Intend .-ixty iIiivh from the .Inl.'
hereof toapply to the Minipg Recorder
for n Certificate of linproveinuUtH for
tbe purpose ol obtaining a Crown grant
of I be above claim.
And   further   lake  notice tlmt  netiot.
under Bectlon '17 imiHt be commenced
before the issuance of mil, Cytiflcate
ol Improvements.
Dated this 19th day June, i.n. 1805."
jun 23-06
Nli'llri:
/.<„.lit, ntiri it.T'liioiiuit. mineral claims, -it-
.nit.- in ibe Troul i.iik.- Mining Dlvlgtou of
M .-i Koolcnay dlrirlcl
When* located: +k>uUiof Lardo Ulver and
I ,-r .,| unit mil,null,K III,    ilniili r   New York
inlii.-i'iil ,1 .in.
Take notice ihai I, l-ri-,1 .1 u--,-i.-. n.»u t,,i
A. p. Joliuaon, free miner*-, certificate No.
HHSITi, Intend, -i\:> day*, ii.nn the 'Int.- hereof, i   apply in thi' Mining Heeorder lor a ' er-
II il.-iil. . .1  line, . .in. nr., f,.r the purpoM of
..iiinlnlhn a Crown tlranl ,>i thc above ,-i;tlin.
And further laki notice thai action, under
■ecttonST, mu-i Im i-oinui.-nri-t  l,-|,.n- lhe I.
KUahceof KUcl. .-• rtlll.-:,l.  "f I til | :,,,,-'
Dated u,,-1 ,o, ila) ..I .tune, A.I)., IHOj.
Jim I.i
'nl Ir I
Mm-.nn| - i'i-.- in i ral nlmi, in-
until In lie-   Ir.nii   l.iu,..  Miniim   DlVlnlun  nl
W.-.l  Wool     ,;,     Hl.trlOt.
\i i„ re lo, i,i ■ iiii aouth .-it<l.- ..i Lardo
Ulver and olowj louiul oiwtof'J he Lynch inln.
.nil <-11.liii.
TlikO notice Iiml 1, I'. I,. II.ill inii... ngODI ftir
It T. Hlhvortli, r.-t-w iiiiii.-.'m c-i-iiii.-ii. No,
llsTiils. mi,-ml. iinij duyi from tbe data bore-
nr, toii|ipl> to lliu Mining Itsaordar foi ii.r-.-i-
ililnili- ,i liiipi-uvemeuta for iln- pur|mm of
obtaining u L'roivn Orunl nf (lie Hl.nvorlaim.
And fUrtlwr In I lloe iiinl untlnn, under
section 87. iiiusl bu commoiiced iieforo tiio ls«
sunt ii such ,', rtl Acute ,,i Improvement*.
tinted il,;-. l ith day • .1 Juuo. \ l>. Ill ,
Jim I" I'.  I..   Ill I 1 MAN.
li pays to use tbo Telephone. A
lengthy trip can often be saved, om ea
at Ferguson' Cummins' store ; Trout
Lake, Post Office; also at Beaton, Comaplix and AiTowlmiid.
m
Balmoral Eo
POPLAR      DIRI.CTORY 'j
1 lll'li  JACOHS.
NOTII B TO M.l.lV.jriAT en-OWNER.
To D. b   .Mel.i-iiiiiin or tn whomsoever
be may have transferred his Interest I
in the r.inbri, iii ine rn I claim.
'lake Notice that I the   nndoralgned\
co-owner with yon in the Bmbrumln*|
eral claim situate on south side of Lardeau   riier  between Rapid  an 1 Poplar
,:'   is in the Troul ijike inning dit iiion
n( W, Kootenay, have performed tbe ne-
t-essary m.rk nml made tho necessary rx
||ienditure on tbe above-mentioned
claims for the years l'.'.M ami 1.' .',. in
or.lor to hold the name under section .4
of the Mineral Act. ami the year? lor
which said work was performed am! c_-
i penditnre made havlnp expired, 1 hereby  i:iie ynti   notice iiml  if  within '.**
I days from *b« iir*t publication hereol
'en fail or refuse to contribute your proportionate share ol such expenditure aud
pay Ihe   costs ol ihi*1 advertisement,
I v.,nr interest in tbe said mineral claim
will become the propertj ol tho under*
signed under nio by virtue ol section*!
of the Mineral Ait Allien,In.rlit Ail
100 I
l.jte.i at Trout Lake this 5lh dsyol
July, 1805. I'ltia. C, I'i i iott,
Jul) 7. 05 Co-Owaer
NOTICK TO  UE1.I.NQUKNT CO-OWNEttH
To Jamei 'bunt, li. G. Macleodand
Jaiiit-ri Bouchler, or to whomsot er
they may have transferred their lu*
teret-t in the SlatS L.i'ii nil ehiim
Take imikr-r. that I, the un loi
I-.,.,,-i i ,-r with you in the Blr.te n
i Im. i, • it null- nn Mouth  fi'le ',i I :i riiem i
riier I, Iwi'Oii Itapid and  Poplai creeks
in the   l rout  l.nlii     ' Division ol
Wi st   Kooten iv,   i.m     pei loi med i he
necesaai -. v n
11    iditure on   ii •- ah tve   mei
claim lor the yean   IWM  ai .1   Is06, In
order to hi   I tin   .       un lor section ..'!
linuml At t, and  ibe
« hi, 1, pn ,1 woi k was
|" l.-l ' ..     .       , :
by give   ou notici .
imiii  i:.,-   first pu
fail or n ln--.* |,i roi
ii,,iini,-.- Im re ol ture and
pay the costs ot this nd        -     eul '...'ir
Iuietesl in ll il claim will
become the pn pei un li I
under and by vn on i ol the
Mineral Act A' let, 1000.
Date*' at Trout Lake I • li th .lav ol
July, I'M.. J.W11-.-  SNKLL.
'    ■i» net.
KOTICR.
Coppei ' "le.u n.lneral claim, situate I
in   the  I rout  Lake mil ing division ol
\\ e-t Kootenay dlstricl,
Where located; On -Silver Cup rioun-
tun, nl,,,ut 1   .   miles   lion:   Silvi I
mine.
rake notice that I, ! red. r,ck Charles .
Elliott, 1- M.C.  N.-   Bi 8042, acting u
agent for Oharltt 1. Copp, F.M.C
Charles   McNlcboll,   F.M.C.
.No.   B780U. ami  John   w.  Weetfi 11,
I'.M.C. Nn. 11>r'."H,  intend, sixty ii«..i:
iiiiii the lima hereol, to apply to the
Mining Heeorder for  a Certificate ol i
Improvements, for the purjoaeoleh-'
la,mug a Crown Urant of the   .il.,.ve
claim.
And further take notice that action,
under section :<7, must be commenced
before tbe Msuaur* ol Certificate ol Im-
pri.veni.-iii*-.
Dated il is llth dav of Aug., ..D.1905.
1- S-1906
Grand Hotel
FIRST-CLASS eAR,
A. NO. 1  ROOMS.
^m
Visitors to Ferguson may rely upon tlie very '
accommodation at thiu well-known hotel    '
well   furnished   thionirhoiit.     The   liar   is Bl li
a choice assortment of palatable quench   -
h'
Under the Management of S. 5ll
■
Royal   Hotel
Fancy Bar,
Musu.il Entertainment
Bulletin   Board, World'.
Mining News
E L. MORAND, -   PROP.
THE QUEEN'S HCJ
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietor
KVEHYTIIIVa   MOW    A.NU     VI 11ST-CI.AHH    IN   Al.i    "
Fire  Proof Ss
The li»u*e'Is stoekeil with me fn-nt Wines ami Olfars ofu
Trout    Lak'
Dominion Hotel The CENTRAL HOTEL R
ev
is Under Hie mme Jluiiagi-iua^l.
Poh   Sale:    Lots   ■'.■>    and   36 . »    i     wv      _
'   Laki      Apply to ROV10W JOD   DCDu.
M     ,l  JI German, 805 University
le. tt i.~b.
For High-Claw Work.
Wbeii luokinj; for n placa to Bpend
y..nr holidays, bear in iiiin.l
tli At Trout   Lake   in   an
ideal   summer   retort.      The
scenery and climate are magnifii nt
TIME   TABLE
S.S. ARCHliP or 3.5. LARUEAL'.
Itunnint; between Arrowhead, Bea*
ton and Comaplix, eensmenelng Ooto*
ber Uth, 1903, «ill >*., «- lollows.
weather permitting,
beavinu Arros i r-n-1 lor Beatoo und
i'r.in.iplix, t*Ai. .• Uail.    lOkaud ik.
Leavlnn  Beat m  ai     < omaplls  for
Ari-owbead. twice  ,!     .      1:11
l"i4.".k.      Miik.ti^'    , ,. -c     eiiini.
with alir. P. Hi Steamers and I
The owners reaerve the riffbi to
ohanfre times  ol   sa.iii.;;.-    without
not il'e.
The umpire Lumber Co., Limited.
Pitrst'Clasi In Bvery respect.
The Travelling   public carefully
taken ear.- of.
. Hals), • Props.
The Review
is the best
Advertising
Medium
in the
Kootenays.
It Has the
Largest
Circulation.
E. R. VIPOND
TrouL Lske Uvt-ry
Freighting
Packing
Unwinding
A BI'ECIA
Stables at Trout, Lake.
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
Excellent   Accommodation
Best Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   &
John Simpson,      Pro'pnetor.
Lardeau
Hotel
C0
B*&
Sandy Laughton
Proprietor.
(IBIS flatting Ferguson vou
rh'.ulil May at tiio LaruVau
I *    Hotel.    Here tin   visitor
't-*:-*• will 1>«< surrounded with
lunue iiuufortB. Excellent
ciii-tiiiu, well ventilated
niul warm rooms, well
stocked bnr. and evirything wlilch
ti*i d^ towards making your visit n
|il. iir-.mt ..ml  liirini.ruble otttt.
Rates ft..in $1 <iiiy upwards.
Wc strive in pU'.it.« our patrons.
FERGUS0N.
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I^J •_    mamm.   ■
MACKINNON  and
SUTHEELiND___
We have all the Latest in
I    We can clothe from heaa to
foot in a princely style.
Summer-Weight Suits
Make you feel good.
I FERGUSON- -B.C.
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iHKKE   have   lieen   fortunes
niinli!   I.y   judicious   inn it*
III.  Ill      ill      lil.ll     l'.-t'.t'',    llllll
in,,re fni'ii,,,■- will be made than
ever the r.ext two ni three years.
The one who reaps the harvest i.~
the or'ginal  Investor, f,.i- In-   lmr*
llJM  ll. .11' V nil  .1 l el t.lilltj'.
Ni.w let u- point , -ut lo you that
there i- no hetter spol on .'!.<• t'.m-
tin**nt t" 1 uv Real rCstat • thau
TROUT I,AKI
Trout Lake Is tho pretties! spot
in the Kootenays; .b a pleasure
i>•■ iri it has n . equal, I'. lating
and t'n'uiiip; may he indulged in
tlie y, ar round ; while big game
in ahttud un e i- I-, the found on
ilio  lii'l'«.     Iii clininta in suporb,
    !i i'.L'  no ni'.'.ii pstrenies, it
i: :: 2 itiiirl in winter and cool In
summer. It can boast of Bome of
• he tin.'-i hotels end residences iu
British Columbia. Its streets are
well luiil out mnl graded. There
nre two excellent general si.ir.s.
nu.I n glance al the advertisements
in this journal «ni show tint) all
trades are fairly well represented.
Write with confldencc to Agents,
H. McPherson
Agent-
TrOUt Lake, B.C.
ni*
Lots can be
obtained on
EASY
TERMS.
Make your
selection at
once.   ::   ::
.»»-
'.:.
Then call on
or   write  to
Jm*
a -*■■■*■'    _
-_.
T lias never had a ' boom "—its
growl li has but'ii steady. It is
the bend if navigation, ami
the terminal of tbo Lardo branch
of tlie C.I'.R. All rods (in tha
Lardeau) lead to Trout l.nke. It
is the ei.uini'.'irial centre _f tho
richest mineral district on the
continent, and lias banking facilities provided by the Imj erial
Hank nf Canada ; first-class school
accommodation uudor tbe dicer*
tinii nf S. Siiiiiiiii.il, B.A.; a good
water system; government • tint
County Court sittin^R; Methodist
Episcopal and Anglican churches
and cottage hospital,
There are vulnable ranch lamle*
i.n the outskirts awaiting settlers,
lt« lumber resources are magnifi-
cenf, anil n band saw mill with i
capacity of 60.000 ft. {.er day Is a.
te Im-mi1 of tbe lake. Tlo mines
tributary are proving out bigger
producera every year, with new
prospects opening up rich bodies of
in e,
There will be a big rush this
summer, so if you would know
iiion*, write ut once to citl.ii of
the agents at the addresses below.
F. B. WeHs
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.C.
I: <
it
IS!
El =
illtuauuuuuuuiauuiiuwuiuuuiuiiuilmiiuwuauaauuuui^uuuuuuiw^ **'«.i
Job_Prir_ting_of eve.ry description will be faithfully executed at tne Review JobDj
|NELSON|
1    FAIR.   I
I 1905. I
$ 3   - - DAYS - -   3 jjjj[
U      Commencing SEPTEMBER |Q
20th,    Larger and better Uian -^
WJ ever.   Everything new and up- Ca
FJ§  to-iliite.    [All kin.Is of open uir MS
«Tj  ut tractions    Each day some- jjh
raj tlung  Interesting.    S'ou will gja
K${ meet ol.l friewls there. f.'
Ms      Single fare on all   lines  oi *
&9 travel.
Kj      Write for prize list.
gS       J. E. Annable. Sec. 5
LAKEVIEW HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, B. C.
BAR WELL SUPPLIED WITH
riqiflors and Sigars
Large Oomfortab
Kxoelli'iit Cuisine
Knows
dden & Levesque
Props
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and Amending   Aits,"  ami  in
THK     MATTKU     OP     THK     Sfl.VKIl
Cop Minks.   Limited   NON-PERSONA I. LlAnil-ITY.
lie Silver Cup Minns. ! itnitel Xmi
Personal Liability, Ims gone into voluntary liquidation under the above Act.
'and has appointed Krland u. Hadow,oi
t lie town of Ferguson, B.C.,accountant,
i's liquidator, lor the purposes of ku.1i
'winding up.
The creditors of tlm ahove Company,
which lifts its liea.l office in said town of
rergusofi, aud all others having any
claimi against saiil Oompany, are required on or before the (list day of
September 1905, tosend to Harvey, MeCarter A: I'inkliam, solicit..rs for "iii.l
liquidator, at their offices, Firal Street,
Revelstoke. B.C., their names and ad*
dresses and descriptions, and the full
particulars ol their debts or olaims verified l.v oath, and the nature and amount
of the securities, if any, held by them,
and tho specified value ol such securities, and if so required l.v notice
'in writ inn from t-ai'l liquidator or
his solicitors to come in ind prove
their said debts or claims in the usual
way. at such lime nml place as shall lie
■pecifled in such notice.
After the sai.l fust day of September
l!'05, the sairl ii.itti,In'..i- will proceed lo
distribute the assets of the Company
among the parties entitled thereto,
having regard only t.. the claimi ol
which he then haa had notice, and tlie
liquidator will nol I hen In*liable for the
BaieU ni any i>hii thereof so distributed
tn any person of whose claim he had
nol notice at ths time of the dis tribe tion
there..I.
Dated this 10th day of July, KMW.
ERLANDG. HADOW.
LIQUIDATOR
ALEX.   CRAWFORD
Till:   PIONEER
[Livery and Dray Stables
Siuldle, Pack mnl, Uartage Horse" Always .'or Hire
1      Freighting Packing asid
learning z Specialty
<-r »>*»♦♦
Daily -ta_e leaves  Beaton .u 12 o'clock for Trout Lake Ferguson and Oamborno
Leaves Ferguson, via Trent Lake foi Boa  h .it 7 a m
Branch Stables at Trout Luke, BeAtou, Ferguson nnd Camborne.
_.c;g>al_.
FRED C. KLLIOTT,
BARRISTER. NOTARY
PUBLIC, ETC,
Trout Lake, B. C.    anil Ferguson,
_a
a p*Qip Dinnnnn«_
--.<_?.
Ueo, 8, MoCarter, J   A.Harvey
A. M.   l'lnkliiiin.
HARVEY McCARTER & PINKHHAM
80LI0ITOR8, Etc.
REVELSTOKE   B.  C
sniieitiii-B for Imperial Bank ofOanada
L
J
City Dm;
m_n
PROPRIETARY
MEDICINES
PRESCRIPTION
WORK.
inl
0
in!
Bohoo] Supplies.
Toilet Articles.
Etc
BTRICTLY CASH
irfi	
A FULL LINK OF CHOICE STATIONERY.
]_*__ ra-_wj_«»«s-«»_w» .
t-i ,-
i
».-.. -I,
*-**-*-■• --.j y
'
Imperial  Bank of Canada.
VV. 1. BRIGQB        J. M. BCOTT, i,i..b.
Scott & Briggs
Barristers and Solicitors
Solicitors lor Molson's Dank.
REVELSTOKE   -    B.C.
H.ad Office:
TORONTO.   ONTARIO.
I.N    THK    MATTER    OF    THK    " CoM-
PANIBS'  WlNDINii   DP  A.T,  1898Jurill*l»«t*H«iiind Bnmpe
Capital \nthori».e.l. f-l,OtlO,fit)0
Capital [paid up] - S.noo.onn
(test   -      -      •    3,000,000
Branches In the Northwest Territories. Provinces >l British Columbia, Manitoba,
Ontario ami Quebec.
T. B. MERRITT, President. D R. .Vtl K1E \1ce*Pre». nn.l (icn. Man.
K. HAY, Assistant Oen. Manager.      \V. .Mull .T, Ohtei tnspeotor
Trim    l.okf.    B.    C. Branch-A    (li—-:»it    tlaaklat    l'uilnc*i»   Transacted.
Savings '''iniriment—HeiLsi'.-i received aud interest allowed.
Dmr." v',.i<i nvn.iiiiiic in nil parte of Canada,
f. B. BAKER,
Hanoger
B|M*cln1 attention L*tv,-n l*» ooltsctloni ami
Mo,in_ ii. ndi
500 Cords
S3_bwood
FOR SALE....
lie.   .
Apply:
JBOMHlUrMl
WINDSOK HOTEL
TROUT L.AKE    f_   C
Best Hotel in Town,
fleaiparters for Mining and Connrcia] Men.
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE"    first CLASS
D. R. McLENNAN,   PROPRIETOR
W.  Abrahamson
TROUT   I.AKK   LODGE   I. O.O. F.
NO. 41
Regular mcctlii,;* Inld In
i.il.ltill.iw's   lliill   every
IH,-,1jv niuiii at   H
o'ohiek    vniiiiik broth*
rr-i-*'      ern eunllHlly wuleome.
0, .lim.l'Kin, N. (i.; A.W.Kilrc lUK.sn-.
i/W_
TUSCAN   LODGE,
No3!l.
*f      AF.  & A.M.
Hid   Thursilay each
nn.i.th.
Visitors Welcome
o Forddrod,Sec., II. McPheraon,W.M.
Contractor
And Builder.
Owner of the Abraham-
son Addition to the
Townslte.
Lennoxvilie
^>~HoteI,
E. M03BS. PROP.
Hotel and
Ceneral Store
GERARD        T~~.       BC
Get a Home
For   Yourself.
Don't Pay
Rent —
EASY TERMS.
The B, C. ASSAY and CH   .'IICAL
SUPPLY Co.. Ltd
ViM.'i'viiii,  I!   C,
Headquarters loi  \>-.n.i- Mining
Mill snpphee.    Sole a^enti In B, I   I
M • • in rim ible Cr, . Batteraea, I .-
Inml ; I". W, ltni.it. 4 Co  - I,'    • I
Furnaces, Burn, rs, ate. ■   ,. •    1
i,.ith i' I lo.'i .L i. -   I'.n nine-  . '
WOOD    VALLANCE    HARDWARE CO   LTD
Hardware, Uinera' Bnpplies, ••   -
nml Rangi ■
NELSON    B C
-   V<   *--^""-7_--
®K
i
j Sarbec Shop:
BI
— run a —
Good Shave or hair Cut
 LAI.I. O.N	
l Will^m Schnell, '
r'Kinu'.-.. viiminn.i'i lake,   i
Hot and Cold oaths
■
Ac ..III.till.I.       .... ,.\.i |. .
J..'. MURRAY.
TR0U1  LAKK, .'   i
Oataide romiianya' Interests carefull*
looked aftei
A_..-nt t .r i,.   ,,. ,    . ,:.innii
V. M. Westfall & Co.
Underwear. Soz
Shirts, Hats
Etc.
A. G. Fraser
General
Mercha
Minim, llifik.-i*.
Mlnlna I*"..,n-.ii. . :•. i..irt..'i i»ii.
HI .- «m  '  '   -     -      ■ .   ■        id -. .r,
M    i"      .',.-:-    1        .      .       lAIUTfOf v.e .-!....
I. ,  •   .
«-»—»♦♦♦♦«>*>-»»♦♦')♦ <
IE. L.
! MASTEESON
f (iK.VKIl.W.   .Mill. HAM'
I .ll-rleilll    '..on,.
Hi- ..
Robertson's
Chocolates
ANO
I 3on-Eons
Tn.ii' Lake  B.C.
Batger's
Crystallised
Fruits
c
o
N
F
E
C
T
i
Miners'
Supplies
POPLAR   -   -   B.C.
+ HSSaSiltg   = ij Gums, Etc
'■■it:, rSllvei  ^ tXOt
Rold nnd fiilvo;   .<_ i!,'
Rllimi and J.^ad ...... ■   .i
1 "i i«i-  1 nn
7- 	
1   SHANNON,  KstMytt
FUROUflON .'. C
r?i
'5erIinerGnan*ftj)hoina
Ail kinds, of New P.ec rds.
Sole A;e.it for the Lardeau:
J. C. Murray
Trout Lake B. C
o
I.
E
R
Y
Nr
uality the Best
Family
GROCERIES
AND MINING SUPPLIES.
\
At the
LOWEST PRICE
Hardware, Tools
S    Stoves, Pipe
^ v Etc.
Everything
Obtainable
in
Season.
Melons
Cucumbers
Peaches
Tomatoes.
F
R
U
\
T
S
Clothing
0. « N WILKIE. PL.S.,| Boots, Shoes
Blankets, Gloves.
G
E
T
A
B
L
si
/
_.«*'
_#*
Nails
I'i. \ ir Hal l.mi'i Sui i. \ i t,
\
TR.OUT LAKE, B. C.
Allncrol Claim*i 6nrx   • •
md Crown firants Obtained
\
x   Oils, Futty
S-W-P
Ready -Mixed Paints
ll,■-,,;•-
Ni'_l lli-...i.i IIIUi, I
i mul '., .-■-   n i .
WJ. e     - *•    *JW*^Wi
"*"    «.   e." ~-**n>wn  k.i> .   .Tim.  , .jiww >nn
**tt»*lr*w*l*«_i
,    -.'
..-.-.      .
* *».«.*.   rl.   «  -«_v .
:*• -V -,•*,- • ,• ■•/• -r j*. ttutt
l...r.l< '
P    li'    IU
I. ni    Bin '•■ •.    i ■
Job
sit'.}?. v}*..?H
NELF0N, B. C
Packing and   Fer*u8on pack,n« J
F    •#_,« rtrt'*
reighting
Starhes & Co.
WHOLESALE DEAI.ERfi in Butter,
C ■    Produce   n".l   i rn I    '.
and
Transfer  Outfit,   i
CoatraeUentered nun f.,r pMklngol Minini* RotinllM. etc.
lo mi" point in Hie ilintriet. "
Oond. |.r...„,.t Her-ioe, anil any wofk tfii.li*rli(ct'ii Buarantttd »•
Mtlafaotor/i JJ
FERGUSON. ""  S. Daney, Prop. I
ionBk..Jowphine8t.Ne1»i   B.0    *   •   • *,. wtpw »+.,, ..y-.,.,......   .   .   .   f. ^ ^ ,.w^7^
P.Burns&Co
WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL
Meat
Merchants
JlealprHin all kiflils of Ffflih Mint
TUotlT LAKE, B.C.
F. B« WelKs,1
RBVflSLSTOKB, D C
RAW FURS
BOM
CA5M   PRICIf.S   I'AIU

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