BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

Lardeau Mining Review 1906-01-18

Item Metadata

Download

Media
lardeaum-1.0310335.pdf
Metadata
JSON: lardeaum-1.0310335.json
JSON-LD: lardeaum-1.0310335-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): lardeaum-1.0310335-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: lardeaum-1.0310335-rdf.json
Turtle: lardeaum-1.0310335-turtle.txt
N-Triples: lardeaum-1.0310335-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: lardeaum-1.0310335-source.json
Full Text
lardeaum-1.0310335-fulltext.txt
Citation
lardeaum-1.0310335.ris

Full Text

 Y
i/\N
22 L90(
tzriAft-AS
v
e-
^»"S«.W> ««**"*
.'■'   '
•^-^ou^
Mas a larger circulation    than   any
Newspaper in N.
Konii'iiiiy. It.'st advertising  medium.
The representative
..f the rich Lardeau
country. Sent to
any address for $2
I")- un. in advance.
VOL. _
TROUT LAKE CITY B.C., JAN. 18, 1906.
No. 12
To Back
;       Us Up.
LOCAL   HOARD  OF  TRADE
st 11,1 ens OUTSIDE
SUPPORT.
TO lU'i'K   CP R.   IN  OBTAIN*
INt;   EXTENSION   OF
A.d K   CHARTER
PUot Bay
Smelter.
Following a resolution recently
•nit on record by the Trades Committee, a circular has been senl to
all Boards of Trade in 'his section
nf the country and those ..{the
coast cities praying for their immediate imbed support in oonjuno*
tion with the local body in Opposing the extension ol tlie A. & K
Charter.
The following is a copy of the
circular:
" I am directed by the Trades
Committee of this place to writ.
vdu write yi.u with reference to the
extension ol the A. it K. Charter,
owned by the C.P.R, which is
being applied for at the next session ol l'arliament at Ottawa. We
would !>•*)• io call vour attention to
tlie following facts :
1.1. There is to be built under
this charter ahout 40 lo 46 miles
ol road from Oerard at the foot of
Trmit Like, to Arrowhead at Arrow
Lai
'.'ml. Tl • re has been already one
extent, iiii ■ .tnted '.'ii.iii • . 'i'">n-
wltfjt    ■
party lo build from   Kootenay lako
rard
3rd The charier carries with it
a itbeidy of $8,000.00 per mito.
•ith That while the company
make Trout Lake a terminal for
In-weekly tript. there is throughout the winter an always probible
chance of a close down, thus mak-
inp  egress  and   ingre*« an uncer-
nty which i** almost aa bad a-
nn service at al
>th.   That the completion of the
mad under the charter will give
whole   of   this country,   the
v   I.ake   and   Crows   N.'S*
- country, direct communication with thc coast markets, and
this will greatly facilitate business
between these points.
6th That we are of the opinion
tl.. Best interests of the country
woulil |„. conserved hy the extract
ing fr.iin the companv an under*
taking to complete the building ol
Ibe   road   by   a   eertaiu   specified
I ma or have its charter cancelled.
ith. That thc count ci tie.- would
I.r iarg. ly benefitted, as 'he proposed line would relieve ths main
line of all its h.-aw freight traffic
'litis giving more prompt ami
" i.'nt Kcrvice. The highest
" on this line being in no oi S
'.according   to   engineer J. G.
Sullivan, more than l { per cent.
^( e . Dolose you map showing
e-*act   condition   of   methods  of
jfwioortation at present and what
•'•would he marked in red.
"8 .isi   vour  co-operation   in
•J1" matter of opposing the extern
*i1""   in   the   lions.-   at   Ottawa,
ft your member in any other
■•Ultimate way
*" conclusion we beg to say that
II
1 r';i-..ii put up by the company
u"iat it w,,n-t pay, nnd that ths
l'r''*'nt branch does not pav. In
answer to that we would say that
" W:l a paving proposition now
Or that if they wanted to wait until
!. Was one, we cannot sec the jus*
""' of giving them, out of the
l)".,,l!c funds, anv subsidy for
|0,*_ into what would be in 'itself
"Paying proposition.
E. L. Mastbrson,
Sec Trades Committee.
FIR8T  PLANT   OF   ITS KIND
IN D8E IN BRITISH
Columbia;
FURNACE   BLOWN   IN   l.\-
FRIDAY AND RESULT
SATISFACTORY.
toMWlr^ ft wat; too bad that bui !. a small
f$      Local and General.       |.crowd   gathered   at   the   Skating
%<<tovWbWWW*yfWifmVdfom rink l«t Tuesday night to witness
...  „,     , ,   ,     .. ,       .   :  the hockey  match  between  local
A. \\. Edge left  for   Nelson last
we il .  where   he   has   accepted   a
position for the winter months,
A new furnace, the Blanchard, a
recent American modification, and
tbe first of its kind in use in British Columbia at least, was blown
in at the Pilol Hay smelter last
Friday. An exhaustive series of
experiments was first perforo ed
wilh various ores, but chiefly with
the lead ores of the Blue Bell
mine. The result* of the experiments are declared to have been
entirely satisfactory t.> ths
agemect, and great hopes are entertained of the Mice •-.-: of the new
proce -
C Kerii.tu. manager of the Canada Metal Company, who was at
Pilol Hay on Friday, eaid to a
Nelaon Neu a man :
" Yes, US have adopted a ne?,'
furnace. It was blown in on
Friday. It is certainly the first
ot its kind in Canada, and eo far
as I know, in America. It was invented by M Blanchard, of Seattle.
' should prefer  thai  you get any
Ifrs.   Jowetl   piloted   a   merry
party of Trout Lakers to the resi*)
i.f Andy Daney. ol Ferguson)
li-t   B night.    Can
m.ii  indulged in and a good
jo ly   old   lime  was bad.    After.
Ailing tip with " good things "  the
returned   safely  in the wee
inift' bonis of the morning.
.lim I'aton  went  to work at the
: unnel this week.
Archie McDonald  left  on Wed-
.'. y for thi   '   undary.
G. W. Carothers lefl for Spokane
Wednesday to spend the winter
with his daughter. Mrs. Tom
Leavall.
Rehearsals   are   proceeding   for
ttams. for Manager Mills _i
somewhat discouraged at the re-
; ceipts, and the -how put up by the
"Coonsu and  "Whites" though
■ not to bo classified as  hocki \
very  amusii g,  and  al   the
time  well   worth   the   ndm
■ .'. Ti' object of the match
was twofold, i iz . to -ive tbe
to gel in a
public practise and to encourage
and assist ihi ia man financially.
The teams lined up as follows :
(' is:   Ra.ly. goal .  ScbnltZ, p.:
W. Crawford, cp.;  Erickson, r.;
1.   IMlman, Jones and Smith, f.
Whites: Cliristie, goal; Wood-,
]. ; Vipond, cp.; McCarty r. ; J.
Mi Lean. Hawkins and Brown, f.
The came was evenly contested
throughout, and at half time both
sides had four goals each to theii
credit. The game, though, was
somewhat rough, but it was mon
in the nature of horseplay. Every*
Slasher   McLean bar'.
School Act
(§_» Railways.
M.U<;<i\VAN    AND   McBRIDE
MAKE   BPEI0HE8    ON
THESE 8UBJE0TS.
A Sad
FataBty.
THE PREMIER HAKES DEAD
SET AGAIN8T SUBSIDIES
FOR RAILWAYS.
B   dramatic  entertainment  to  bejthingwent
a knack of scaring  the other men
given by the Trout Lake Amateur
Theatrical Society at an early date.
Those in the know inform us that
the next entertainment will prove
off, and most of the players will
carry core shins for come time. It.
the second    half   the   All-Black-
a very successful one as  far as the I pat up two  more  goals, while tbe
-how end is concerned. Whites scored but once, which left
the former victors by 6 to 5.
Hugh MoPherson  has been con-      Billy  Mullins, with a cow bell,
fined to bed  for  several days IhisjpOted as referee and tried  to  keep
week wilh a bad attack of grippe.
(leo. Yuill and   Sid Graham are
 Bill glued to the water wagon, hut
particulars of its description from they are paying more than pa
attention to " tbe  bottli
Mr. Blanchard. I don't mind
*:*.vi?    t' •.
to the ores of tbe  Blue   Bell mine,
md   I am  confident that it will
perfectly satiriactory.
'• A new strike on the Blue Bel] I
Ob, nothing important, we are finding in - ol ore .iti.   st every
• hiefiy, s i lusively, in
fa.■:, of lead ore "
Relorring t > other rumors that
had Keen in circulation from the
time of the opeoii g oi the smelter,
Mr. Fernau added : "Ol course we
found some ore dust round the
buildings and in the flues, but
nothing uncommon. We didn't
discover any fabulous values in it.''
QUITE SO.
An exchange wisely say- : Learn
this one thing : learn it early in
life and learn it wi 11—that a man
who doe.-, no! belli ve a« you do is
not always a fool. The fact that
you hold views nut ia accord wiih
your neighbor is not proof positive
that you are right and that he is
wr.ii r, our is it any evidence tbat
your neighbor is insincere, If this
WSrs not irue, then all smart nun
wo'ilii belong lo one party and one
church    And  if all   belonged   to
one part] and one eluircii t ey
would l.r.ak up both party and
church.
UT BESOM AND STANK.
The local curlers are beginning
to get Warmed up to their work.
During the week two gn.nl matches
were played, the first botween
rinks skipped by Fred Elliott and
Fred Campbell, which resulted in
a lie. The play-off, however, was
won by the Govt. man. The see-
on.I was. a contest Inl v. tn Banker
Baker ami Lawyer Klliott, and in
tin-- game the " limb of tho law "
Came off victorious.
Tho popularity of the game i-
evidenced by the fact that while it
i .rely a Scotch one. in Trout
Lake English. French, Irish and
Swedes are as enthusiastic as those
from the heathery hills of Auld
Scotia.
We should like to see a match
between locals and a Nelson rink.
..iii     ri . iloilonist
busim
th
whisk v
the p'ayers in order.
3.   B.   ami  Mrs.  Manross were
Ti-' ul   Lake   visitors   during   the
week.    Mrs.   Manross   leaves   this
for   Kan*loops,   where   she
will visit her si.-ti r.
Mrs. Kirkratrick is laid up with
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   ,1a grippe    Sh.      progressing ftv-
Thcre is not a sparkle ol ice mi  orably.     Son Robbie has retu
the lake yet, Ior which we are no;  to  New  Westminster  to continue
at all sorry. ***a B*udies Bt ' o'umbian C >!'• i
mmmmm
Now is the time t.. l"t the pe ii le
THE of the  East  and  West know that
BEAUTIFUL     the Lardeau as s route Ior tourist
LARDEAU        travel is unequalled.     We intend
from   now  on   to  make   I his
<^**jl j**-.-. known m tbe  outside world.    We
,»f*5§_\.p2J^'.J believe in advertising whi n you
have the goods in stock, and we
can say without fear of contradiction that the Lardeau has " the
requisite."
We will go further, ami sav to
anyone who finds our claims not
substantiated we will pay all their
expenses here and give th. tn a
return ticket home. This
bombast, but to show our earnestness in  the   matter.
K< ep your  eye on   thi-   -
and we will tell vou all about it.
tmmmWm
THE
BEAUTIFUL
LARDEAU
S___fe
Big Blaze at
Ferguson.
HOTEL   BURNED  TO   THE
GROI ND Tills MORNING.
The " Ferguson Hotel," the property uf Messrs. McDonnell and
Black, was completely destroyed
by fire this morning Mr, Black
was awakened at 1 30a.m. by being
nearly suffocated witb simke and j
heal once gave the alarm. The
cause of the outureak   is unknown.
but Barries were first Boen issuing
from the vicinity nf the furnace.
Fortunately no one was in danger
after the alarm was given. An
hour laier the well-ap| ointsd hotel
was a huge bonfire. Reliable information as to insurance cannot
l.e obtained thus early, but it is
said the proprietors wfll be heavy
losers.
Service in the Methodist i
Sunday at 11 am. oond icted by
Mr. Moyr, and al ".".•> p.m. by
the pastor. Subject of evenins
sermon : " Missions." A sj
offering will be taken on behalf of
tho Missionary Socii ty.
Had Black has l.'en laid up the
pa.-t week with a bid attack <.f
l.t grippe.
NOTICE.
The  ordinary   annual   ■_•
meeting of the i'rinir..-:   (lol.l Mm
ing Company, Ltd. Liab., will be
held at the office of the Company,
Trout Lake, B.C., on Friday, February 2nd, 1906, at  8.80 pm., for
the purpose of ele.uing directors
for the ensuing year an.l sip n
other business as may be   properly
brought before the m< eting
J, M. MILLER, Sec-T
Dat.d at Tumi   Lake, B.C.. 2nd
day of January. 1P0G.
Premier McBride announced
himself on two important questions
in the House on the loth inst. The
significant feature of the premier's
speech was found in his amplification of the paragraph of his honor's
speech dealing indefinitely with
railways, the first minister making
it clear that ;.| tire | resent inten-
t ons of the government there is no
;!i"i!L'iit of bringing forward any
railway le. ■ during the pre
sent sessioi vernment hold-
in. that the time has come when
nilway construction
Co ambi i should be undertaken as
an unassisted business, receiving
r land or m >v y subsidies
from tbe provii
Tbe premier also tnmunced
th t ..!..• mh.i. nts to the Public
Schools Act would be brought forward at an early date in the direction of improving the machinery
of this much criticised measure.
He warmly defended the bargain
in respect to the granting of Kaien!
island lands for Grand Trunk
Pacific terminus purposes, as one
of the best that has ever been made
iu the interest of the people and
revenues of the province of IL C.
At the sixth annual convention
Reeves' Association of li. C,
N W • itminstor on ths
9th >■ s; . A I.'. B. Maogowan,
M.i .1'.. .-peaking in defence of the
new Sen.ml Act, stated that the
act was large'v a copy of the New
Brunswick one. where it was
spoken oi very high y. Personally he considered tiiat the municipalities should have as mUi h
-sihle over tluir
schools; the more municipal eo-i-
trol there is the better for the
school. This idea was baa
his long connection with the -
board in Vancouver No place
had  been   bit   harder  by the new
act than  V. .iivt; it   had been
hit tothe tune of $10,000 per annum, yet the authorities there bad
mei the government exceedingly
nice'y and tackled  the  additional
; manfully.   Vancouver was
.\n example of the benefits derived
from giving the local authorities
■   I over Die schools.
I       iho Is wers a credit to any
i-ity.    but   be  frdl   sure   lliat   they
could not have attained ibe | osl-
tion thi v UO« o. •■ r, ie.l had they
sliil been regulated under the old
system by which you bad logo
down to the department of education at Victoria for everything
that eras wanted. The new act. he
was sware, had its faults; it had.
however, b en copied almost in
toto from ono of the best school
a-tr- iii the Dominion, and with a
fi iv necessary ami ndments should
workable and satisfactory.
At present it was only in its experimental stages, but after it got over
tbi stage, it would be found to
work all right, he believed.
Doc Robinson has had the pleasure of partaking of his own
n i.'.lieiue during the | ast week
Needless to say helms reoovered
and able to attend to the wants ..i
others.
The Ferguson school hoard i«
making good progress under ihe
direction ol Mr.-. .\. ,1. Gordon,
GREATLY  RESPECTED  OLD-
TIMER RUN DOWN BY
CF'.R. ENGINE.
Was Walking  on   Track.
HE EXPIRED NINEMINl'TES
AFTER ACCIDENT.
When George Carothers left town
on Wednesday en route to Spokane
to spend the remainder ol the winter with his married daughter
(Mrs. Tom Leavall) he was as
happy as a schoolboy. Faithfully
he has plugged away on the bilis
which overhang our peaceful little
town, and the holiday and re-t he
was in pursuit nf was the first
tak'n for i. any long days. Men
who shook the horie.t old U How's
hand on the quay last Wednesday
in British and wished him bon voyage and a
ipeedy return envied his light-
heartedness, but o-jce more the
axiom tbat " man proposes, but
God dispose. " was to. paiufully
brought to mind.
Mr. Carothers had -.ached that
part of his journev at Lardo where
passengers southward bound leave
the train for the boat, and * \ilst
walking along the track he was
knocked down by the engine which
suddenly backed up. The wheele
passed over his body, completely
amputating his right leg When
picked up he was quite conscious,
for he rem;..-k'i to the men who
bore him gently away. " For God's
sake boys, sm I g-ing to die f"
In less than en minutes he passed
awav, and ids body was taken on
board the s s. Kokanee bound for
Kaslo.
Relations oi the deceased were
at once communicated with, but in
the absence of definite instructions
hi- remains will be brought to
Trout Lake to he interred by the
Oddfellows.
rr_s_swi. iiT-*r_T*____sw___
. rge Washington Carothers
was born at Kalkasha, Mich., in
1>47. He came to the Lardeau
in 1889, and by his geniality and
unselfishness soon won the hearts
of all. He held some excellent
mining properties here, on which
he worked as.-idiously during the
summer months. " Dad,"' as be
was familiarly called, was an accomplished musician. He was a
first-class violinist, an excellent
eornettist, and a good performer
on almost any instrument. He
organized the town band, to which
bs was bandmaster and instructor,
lie was in politics a staunch Conservative, tod after becoming a
llritish subject in li*03 took an
active interest in Provincial and
Domini.m affairs. Always a keen
figure in local functions, scarcely a
day passed bul what he was either
working for or assisting in some
scheme for the social advantage of
the town, lie was an enthusiastic
member <>t the I.O.O.F., and was a
Past NIL Sober, honest and ir.-
dustrious he commanded the respect of all, and be -mild ill have
been spared.    He will l.e sadly
missed by all iu town, and we
extend on behalf of the citizens
our deepest sympathy to his sorrowing relaiives. The Hags in
town are flying at haif mast.
Billy Cowan Intends to extend
the telephone system to Revelsloke,
and will put lhe line in good shape
right through Tins is good news
ami Billy is to he commended for
hi- enterprise
: —
The representative
of the rich Lardeau
COUtttlT. Sent to
any address for $2
per an. iu advance.
No. _il.
al and General.    |
retbcivcy, who has held
tt of station agent here
departure of F. T. Abey,
/ecPnesday for Nelson.
relieved by II. J. Hicks.
II
noticed that this issue
it larger than our usual
hope our patrons will
|ange, which will  be the
paper in future.
ill smiles—is not in it
tT Mobbs,of Gerard, these
iili  tho  mill moving to
the Lonnoxvitle Hotel
rly in it.
iht in it—fairl
buble in Zion city. Dowio-
lie  bounce  and general
foliva has got his job.
ek IV. wa. successfully
Inst  Saturday on Trout
titer Phelan'.
as   got   in   this week
te,  vegetable and garden*
Severing   bulbs,    clover,
and  Garden City lawn.
•cbdeacon Beer, of Kaslo,
services in the Anglican
st Sunday. The services
tl .nd some exceedingly
| was rendered.
iward Crosby gave a lec-
s Methodist church last
Bight entitled 'Among
Sm B. C. Indians." The
fi illustrated by lantern
Jlierc was a very poor
(A. The rev. gentleman
1 fucted services in tho
ichurch on Sunday.
• I	
io have books from the
i earnestly requested to*
m without delay.
les Committee will meet
night at S o'clock.     A
lance is requested
Masterson, Secretary
|rry. of the Silver Cup,
ednesday's ooat for a
ay trip.
Parker, inspector of
nd measures, is around
ual inspection trip.
      —
evesquc is leaving short-
easure trip through tlie
t provinces.
tur eye on the Lardeau.
lining deals aro pend*
_it tlie Provincial Home
Iting, the Nelson News
Jt the columns of politico which was nauseous to
_il-headed reader, and is
|g ub news—and that in a
manner. T^
linger and Joe Hawkins
rt for a day's fishing this
'hey secured some nice
non.
rnshas  returned from
rip t> the coast cities.
Evans   has   secured
bo for his hotel at Bcatonk
members  liave been enj
,<l thc grand opening tool)
Saturday.    Wo wish tliij
success.
"
Bon began Ids assessment
he Aurora at  H Mile thf
"***•**"''
jtmAwAiii  ~fai "   i» 11 jii ■ *>"'  i"**"****—■■"■^ J—WSl
re 2f>th   inst, the  Ladiej
fgive a basket Ball,
ope. at ions  continue
r  grounds.   A clean-
lade in a few days.
successful   dance  w
ym~v  ..lexandria hall, V*
i isl Monday night.
	
- thu appearance of sprij
; snow roads breaking, trr
...;; is not all honay these daf
ry succ
/the   Al.
7L.. _,.... •.'.>
•'•.:^i
THE LARDEAU M3NING
REVIEW.
In PrlntMl «t 1'rout l.nkc I'lly, una Published
«t. li'Bi'nuai.n nn.l Trout Unite t'vt'i'v TliiirnJii.
Tn» Etitur doss not nol'l  111 ma. 11 responsible for to h ripi n in im of oorrespimdeutsez-
it.-i.»Bn,i in itk oolumns
All lti0Al» will In* rl.i.rc.'.l  ill   111" ..'I.' "f I-'"
santa psrUne, first Insertion, and in .-.'..is pp.
tineI'liiit ruiiiMnui'ni insertlou
i
Term*, for 1'rai.f.ir-i.t mul oil or advertising
will in- made known »:. appllcmtlon al office
Sulincrivitiiiii tS.Ofla vear, In advauoe.
The new School Act is once more
coming under the limelight oi
criticism. Some condemn the
whole principle, while others, more
just, concede the net as a whole is
wise legislation, confine their criticism to many minor points.
We believe in the wisdom of the
laBt legislature in givirit* to the
people practically home rule on
the question ol education, but we
also acknowledge the I ict tlmt
there might be and nr. sonic.f
the wheels of tho machinery for
putting it into effect needing adjustment.   This  will  no doubt be
Grout Xafee
Mater
Supply] (5o.
Xtb.
m
By using Water supplied ly tl.
Company yu are assured of al n>-
lute Yuirity. Government Analysis
to back up statements. ::::::   :
Hugh McPherson - - Supt.
aster son,
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 80 days
nfter date, I Intend to apply tu the Hon.
Chief Commissioner ot Lands and
Works for a special license to cut anil
carry away timber Iron, the toll..wins
described lands, Ri mated in \'< est Kootenay district.
From a posl planted at Seldon Daney's
north-west corner t>..st marked 1". J.
Devine's north east corner post, thence
west 80 chains, thence Boittn 80 chains,
ilieiH'c east 80 chains, thence north 80
chains, to point ol commencement.
P.J, DKVINE.
Trout i.ake, B.C., No- . 18, 1905,
NOTICE,
hereby given that SOdays
Notice in
after .lute I Intend t.. apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands nnd Works lor
n special licence to cot uml carry away
tin.l>er from the following described
I lands situated in West Kootedny Dis-
done during  the   present  session. | trict.
"•'nun n post planted rm the north east
sldeot Lardeau creek about si mils east
from Hnliwav creek and marked Beldou I
I .rfeetness is not to be attained at
the first attempt,  but is the result
of experiment and a willingness toi Daney. north-west corner post, running
east 80 chains, thence south 80chains,
thence wesl 80 chains, thence north no
«, ...   T i       '     ■   i li    i ua, ii i .
R. W. EDGE
Painter —
Decorator.
TROUT   LAKE
B.C.
G. M. YUILL
JEWELLER,
Watch-repairing,   etc.    All work
Guaranteed.
Oiifellois BM, Trout late, B.C
profit by it, and it will take time
to put the Act in Buch shape that
Will satisfy all critics.
The agitation against the extension of the A. & K. Charter has
now bten started and no let up
should be made until success is
attained. Everyone is interested
in the fi^ht. The whole country
between Nelson and Revelstoke is
vitally affected, and  the initiative
chains io point of commencement.
SELDOM DANEY.
Trent Lake. B.O.. Nov. IS. 1906.
CERTIFICATE OF THK REGISTRATION OF AN" EXTRA-PROVINCIAL COMPANY.
CoUPAMin Act, 1807.
All the Latest
Magazines on
Sale at "The
I hereby certify that the " Chennul
Hill Mining Company," "Non-Personal
Liability " has this day been registered '
as nn Extra-Provincial Company under I
the "Companies Act,  1897," to rsrrv ;
which has  been   taken   l»y   lrout out or effect, all or an*/of tho objects ol
Lske should be backed up in overy the Company to which the legislative
"   authority of the Legislature of Itntish
way possible. Columbia extends.
The head office of the C impany it
'r-^lmriilfiB
Leview.
V?
•*>••••
••••••
Mo
Don't let a good thiug stop.
The recent minstrel show ni ttcd
a good sum for sidewalk building.
situate   al    No,    S01
Building, 8 1 tl. Btreet, In the city oi
Philadelphia in the county <>f Philadelphia nn.l state of Pennsylvania.
The amount of tl apital ol the Com
i i panv is two hniidrt.l  thousand .iollsrs,
but that amomit unless augmented ,'m;,|M  ■ ^  U(| huudrwj   thottM__
will be of li 1 tie  use.   We are of shares of one dollar each.
.......... 1    The   head  ullicn of the Companv in
the opinion that the cituens gener- tWg _r0viucei8 situate «t tbe town of
ally would he pleased, nay anxious Trout Lake, and Thomas K. Ehrehart,
patronize    something of
to patronize something ol that
nature at least once a month dur-
ng the wi uter. There is an abundance of talent, and while it is
something    like    capita
timid"), wc would pro.': r them
those well-known biblical admonitions : " Let your light SO
before all men," and " Hide not
your light under a (quart) measure.    Let's have another show 1
Mine Manager, whose nihlr**.. in thu
same, is the attorney fer the Company,
Not empowered to issue and transfer
stork.
The Company is specially limited
under section 5(1 of the mini Act.
The time nl tin* existence of the com-
' , nany i-- liity years from the 28th day of
.Inly, 1904.
Oiven  nnder my hand   and  seal of
office at Victoria, Province of British
shine I Columbia, this 5Ht', d«r of October, one
thousand nine hundred" and live.
[L.S.1 S. Y. WOOTON,
Registrar of Joint Muck Companies.
The objects for which this .'..iiiiiHiiv is
established and registered are:
To purchase or   otherwise   acquire,
own, lease, occupy,  uso or develop any
Advices from  outside men who I lands containing gold, silver, copper
are in control of properties in the ^Zn^V'Z^L to extractor
lardeau indicate unprecedented remove, gold, silver, copper, lead or
activity with thc disappearance ofph^?^j.,:or olh_rwise to deal o.
the snow. This is owing largely to traffl in gold, silver, copper, lead or
.. ,. . ,_^ _. ■ ... „_,, ,i „ tithe inerals and any of tne products
the high price of metals and the Lher1     ,Ud articles oonstaUw* or pan-
prediction from  those  high   up in  lyco     sting thereof.
authority oi the permanence ol the __ —
values.   The blowing in of tbe sine
furnace at Pilot Hay will also have
a tendency to liven matters up.
Increase in the value ol production
and a decrease   in   its  freight ai '1
IELLA.TIOS OF RESERVE
N
COAST  DISTRICT.
jni I..K li hereby given that the rtaerva-
Una. notice of which  wns published In
tin  11 l.. .._. *lt... iintl tutfil Illli  A'.lullsl.
ItiOl.oovering a belt of land extending bach a
treatment     charges     are     factors  duuuio   often tnllea on -  aide ..r the
.      ,      .,, Mk*eua Itlver betweeu Kltsllas Canyon and
which when   .'oi'ibined   will   make   Baselton. la eoneellsd
Notice la also given that tbat portion or tne
the    Lardeau    a    BCene   of     I'rcMt   re nrvatlon, notice of which wm published In
i -    ■       •   :        ■•. a irrti. Iieci i ibei
activity. IsW. cnverlni a bell of land extent!  ii bei
J m , weed tbe mouth .f Kltlmat Klverand Kltellaa
• .in  eo id in m. int .ii, .1 covers
man   in  Tfniit  lanolvlngbetween the i;n.,ini nanyonand
mail    in   i rt.ui   B  l(i rl ,,,,„,,. dleunl ten
1'tii.lnr ivlii. fnlles In a northerly direction from th. imtiitl.
... i.n.niiii I'.iv.r. and ll.»i .n.n.. lands
thei opanloaale, pre-emption and
other dlaposltlon ler the i>ro»lal .imf Hie
l ami An. un and after tin eighth (8th) day of
I *■. i neil : Provided tliat tl.e rlgbl  of
way of any railroad snail nol be tneloaed In
nny land  so acquired,
w. s. Ill llir;.
Deputy Commlsaloner ..f Lands ,t Worita,
Landa iiinl Works l..'|mrlm. ut.
Vlototla, B.r..,llst Aiiguit, lWufi.
Procrastination is the thief of
time. It also puts the newspaper
man in an embarrassed position
occasionally, for in  nine cases out
of ten the printer is the last trades*
man  who gets paid   when you're
flush.     If you have paid yoursubl
this is meant for the other fellow.
Smokers' tappltes in
great* variety.
W. H. Jones,
Loose
Printing.
leaf   Hinder?,   Fine   Job
NELSON. B. C.
aU_
General
srehants,
Trout
,/|
ke
Trout   Lake   City Transfer
and Stage Line.
=EJ
1 Ferguson
1 Trout Lake W
Beaton
WiJ^WiW^iW,''^
" Daily Stage will $
leave  Ferguson
7 a.m.
Trout Lcke at 8
E_3
WOOD   YARD
in connection.
A. M. Craig     Wm. Crawford
1NOW
i
is   the.   time   fir   you te
to liny Lots.    Never were
*t **l 'mAmw~  *# V      the Prospects of Fergotoa
HO   i.lli*lit.
Th**   Town   of  FERGUSON
trill he one of the Greatest
On* Producing Chiiij.h in the
World. The high drgre** ot
success achieved I y the
t,urn. r..us WKAI.THY and
PRACTICAL BRITI8H and
A m i: Kir an H I N I N<J
COMPANIES dow operating
there ih a tiibuir i.» the
tremi   tloua wealth of the hills
nt u n u
There is not   a
Lake, Ferguson or
docs not honestly belli ve the Lardeau will become the minini; Cen-
tre of B.Q, Honestly, now, doea'ni
the Lardeau look good to you ?
NOTICE.
The ordinary annual peneral
meetint* of the <>i.l Gold Quartz
and l'lacer Minini; Com] any. Ltd .
Liab , will bo  held  al tli« office ol
the Company, Troul l.nke. li.t!..
on Friday,   'imi   day ol   l'ehruary,
1900, at :i o'do lit, |. in., for tl.e pur*
pose of electing directors for the
ensuing year and iuch other business as msy properly come before
the meeting Bookl will he closed
for transfers from Jan, 21st, 1906,
until after the mi sting,
M. F. CHESTNUT,
Dated at Trout  Luke. B.O., 2nd
January, 1906.
you want to SELL
you went to BUY
Correspond with the
Lardeau Mines
Exchange.
We have several Hood Proper.
ties listed on which good terms
eaii be Invi.
Ltrdeau Mines Exchange,
" Review " I'nililiiig.
Trout Lake, b.c:
i«i
I
J. Y. Griffin & Co.
Maple
Leaf
Rubber.
Best
t-o
Sell
Olobratcd Brands of   Ham, Bacon
snd L'i'i'- .
i NELSON,       -        -       B. C
Best
to
Buy
Best
to
Wear
Styles to
cover    every
need fro in
fine city wear
to lumbermen's or miners' footwear.
'Ihey are all
just as honest
as the emblem
signifies.
J.tei
Limited
Vine o'tver,
]',. c.
Belling
Agents.
Lennoxville
<-—HoteI.
E. MOBBS. PROP-
Hotel and
General Store
OERARD
B   O.
The BEST Alwaya 1
IN FINK BHOES !
MINING 8HOE8 1
BHOE PACKS I
RUBBERS and
OVERSHOES!
GERMAN SOCKS I
inwi.ni yon win t?**t if yon dn ynnrbnytai
miii n..    ■•!. don'l i.i.ii'i. m in n wanting mi.v-
hln k In I. -  ..      of loot   " .■   '■ i .hi ..n in, tu
.In,i- a ilu..
'11 ROYAL SHOE STOEE
Nelson, I). C.
ANDREW   At
CO.
Mail orders .-nri'dilly and  pr ptlj
ntten.'.e.l to.    Agent for Muter ami Ret*
i i let.in Slioes.
ON
Public School, Hospital, and
• •I'. it Institutions. Excellent
Wan i v.. iks system. Streets,
-s inl Residences illu-
tiii)■• d I.. Elecl i loll v 1 huiy
mail .i rviee. 'the tOWBSile
is adi.iial.ly laid out. (let In
NOW   on   tin*   (round   floor.
Lota oan now be puiclniHeil
i:Ron
$75
ti'
TOWN SI rn AGGNT
HENRY FLOYD
RFZVEI.STOKfc, B. C.
r
p «•=»•€>_* V*tX>Ct CH»K>-<Zi OO^OXt^OOm^OCIi
...  XTbc 1?otel Beaton   ...
BEATON.  B.C. __:
A. R. 11F.YLAND,
I'ROVINHIAI. UMI SURVEVOIt
Mint»ral Ulaima Surveyed
rori.Au, KAHl.O.
'I8ITOR8 arriving si Beaton (tbe tbresholdot the l.sr.lesu)
vi* Arrowhesd, will finil thii H. tel i<. lie fully equipped
for hi.h'clasi trade. Excellent accommodation. A well
appointed and spaclnni dinlna hull. The besl of Wines,Spirits
ami Clgsi '..I supervision is given to iho requirement! of
pal roni  Visitors to ths l ardeau can rely .." coin fort at this hotel.
IW. BOYD -:
L
nHos 4>cs_»-t» <cym*i<*<* «*■ £>««>-» «hjmimi»
-:- Prop.
Mr t/i£0<L£^*
BERGUSON HOTEL
Ths uoU.l Lome f.r travnller* viiititig
Ferguson, B.C.
A well slocksil liar of the choicest I.i.ioun, Wines, ele.
MoDonnall & Slaok
Proprietor*.
...
is?
tA
Legal Notices.
H0T10E.
I'lttrk liimnon.l Mineral Claim iltuate
I
NOTICK.
Nt. Louis mineral rialm,   aitoai*. in   the
•root l*.»i Id I   :  .  ,,.,  • n (j „,,(,.
m.ajr district,
vvi.-i* looatodi Oo 'Ulnnc cre»k, abost
two mlioa from ulrole city
Take nollos 'hut i, n h"». w nui«, »irmt ror
Kpnralin i_.i-.iiis. 're* min-v . ..nip, m* Mo.
iwfciM. iiitBiii'.,air.iyi.»jj *, mi the date hereof, to apply to ilia Miuinr , tcwder f"r » *•'•
minute u Improtcinauls for lb* purpoi* ul
nbl*lnlnzk .'ri.-*!. (Irani,..f tbr> Rliovnclalin.
And fiirtber take ii'Hicetb.t action, u.idrr
aectinu 87. lmut i„ commenced Ufurt tl.e 1»-
ananne .if inch . frti*lp»U nt ImprovemenU,
Daiad tblaiii, day ol October, A.D., IMS.
oc*6 0. II. N. WILKIE,  l'.L.B.
TEOUT LAKE.
It pays to ate tlie  Xel
let'iltliv trip can often be ia > nt.
at rergtiaon: Cummins' Store ; Trout
lake, 1 , also at Beaton, Com
aplix and Arrowhead.
«_.
ND'l'lCK TU  l.Kl.tM.HlENT CO-OWNCIW
CSaTIFICATBI OK*   IMPBOVICUSHr.
NOTICE.
Uoldati Chest No. >.,  (ioMen Chest No,
2 Kraetion, and Lldis mineral claims
iKuat* in ths Trout Lake Mining Divf* I intend   rin y   days   from    t
lion ol West Kootenay district. hereof to apply to the Mining ll
in the Trout Lake Mining Division i
West Kootenay District. Whera located
Oiih half mile north of MaHklns creek.
Takii Notice that I, II. MoPhersoo,
• j.*,-;n (or the Heat'leyOn'Roii Mining
Co., Free Minora1 Cortilknte. So.888190
n   dale
8COI Iti
Whera located: One and one hull
miles eontl.'weiit from the town of
Poplsr, l». 0.
Take notice that I, John Keen, free
miner's cn;tirtrate No. 1)83,333, intetnl
ility tla>a after tlate hereof, to a^ply to
lt,s Mhiii.k Ke.'nrrler lor Certificates of
Improvements lor tlie purpose of obtaining cr.mn grante of the shove claims.
Ami flintier tnke notica tliat action
nndsr section 57 limit he commenced
bslore tl.e Issuance ..I such certificate ol
lmpri.remeiita. Mated this :tlsi dav •>(
Octoh.r. A. I)., 190.'.
Nov 306 JOHN KKEN
NOTICE.
I'.in k Diamond mineral claim, iituate
in the Troul I.ake Mining division ol
Weit Kootenay district.
Whore located: On divide between
the south fork of the Honili Fork ol the
Lardeau river and llmianrii creek, about
two miles northerly from the American
mine.
Take Notice that I, 0. It. N. Wilkie.
actinias agent for tho Scat'.!"
Mining Co., F.M.C. No. 083108, intend, Sixty days from tho dale hereof,
toapply to ths Minii.i! Recorder tor a
Geiiiucste ol Improvement*, lor the
purp.'.ie of obtaining a Orotu Grant of
tbe above Claim.
And further take notice that action.
under section 37. must be commenced
before the tsauahceol such Certificate
of Improvemenla.
Hated    tliis   6th   day  ol  Oct.,   a.d.
oct 6. JO. B. H. WILKIE.
for a Certificate of Improvement! foi
the purpose of obtaining a Croe u (jra.it
of Ihe above claim.
And further take notice th*'. SCtion
under section 37 mint be commenced
before the issuance of such C* i ; t;.-*».* •-
of Improvements
Dated this Mnl day Sept. k.a   l»0B.
sept 2S
NOTICE
... i.i-   In tbi
of  \. pal Ko.l
NOTICE.
Ti*. \tl*venW mineral claim, lituale
ia lhe Tro.it I*ke Mining Division of
Wait Kootenay district.
Where located : On Silver Cup nioun
Brnr rut. mliiPrel plalm,
In.nt I.ate Mlnli.K lilvliloi
iniy dutrl.'t.
Where lin-dlel 1   On Rmianta  eree .. ab IUI
■ inn  mile BOnUl-aast   rritsB    lliack   l.U.iin.
mineral .T»lin
lake notice that 1,0 B.N. Wilkie, enent fii.
•-. r-r McVeigh, free miner's eartlfleate .'■..
li _US, Iriten.l, sixty tlay.frr.ni Hip daU li'r.
.if,'. r apply lo tl.e Mining lleoonler fur a Cer-
llil'-etet.r IinproM-tnenu, for the purpose of
obtaining a Crown .Irani of the an ot claim,
and farther take nuii<-« tbat aoUon, under
, .17, ini.r-i ne oommenoed iH*fn. o Uieis-
an u nc« ..fm.'I. cartlOoate of ImprovemenU.
lmtpl t l.l* r.tii it»y nl llctolter, A.l).. 1W06.
oett o. H. N  WILK1K, l' i. s
Tltot'T I AKS.
SOTH B TO IiKI.lNH.rKNT 00-OWHKR
lull. li. Mirl.eni.au or to whomsoever
he mav have transferred his  interest
i„ it..-' l.-.r,   i mil.eral claim.
Take Noticethat 1 the undersigned
co-owner wltli you In tbe Embro mineral claim situate on south side of Lardeau river between Rapid end Poplsr
creeks In the Tro it take mining division
of W, Kootenay, have performed the ne*
cessarv umi arid made tlie necessary ex
lienditure on the above-mentioned
claims for the yean 1004 and l".^, it.
order to hold the aatii* under section 24
of the Mineral Act. and the years !..r
which said w.irk was performed and ex-
panditure made having expired, I hereliy give you notice that
diva  frori.  'l.e first pt
io James (irant,  B.  <i. Mscleodsnd
Janics Itourhier, or to  whomsoever
they  may  Irnve transferred their In*
tereit In the slate mineral claim.
Take notice  lliat  I,  the urult-rsiKtiod
co-owner nitli yon in  the slate mineral
'laim. lit'iate on Bouth tide nl l.ardesu
river between Kapid and Pr.| lar creeks
in ihe Tronl  I.ake  Mining  Diviiion of
Writ   Kootenay,   hsve  performed the
neciiary work and made tlie ncreiiim
expenditure on the above  mentioned
claim for lie  v**_ri KKM and  IhUJ, in
order to hold the lair.* imdor lection Bt
of the Mineral Act, and u.e years for
laid n  rk was performed and ex*
peoditure made having expired, I hereliy gits j nu until* ihai if within 90 dayi
rout ths   first publication hereof you
fall or refuse to contribute your prepor-
:■■.-.- ihare ol such expenditure and
pay l:.' COI * nf tllil Hil*ertinin*l.t your
i'.pr. ei hi U.e isid nnneril claim will
l>ecotne the property of th* undersigned
Hid l.v virtue ol lection 4 of the
" ineral l.rri Amendment Act, T..00.
Dated al i roul  Lake this I7e.li dav of
July. 1   13, JAMEB BKKI.I.,'
Co-Owner.
....
Halcyon
Hot Springs
Sanitarium
ABROW Li KE. B.C.
cMaM_*a»
Under  New  ManagamenL
HARRY McINTOBH.
Of the Hoffmann House, RosslanH.
Proprietor.
*S3K£-»_>
l'ii" Most complete health  resort on
the continent  of North America.   Ac-
"iatiotis  for   100 yru.-ste.     Good
Balling, boating and hunting.
Tern s tl _ 00 to $18.00 per week, arcor-
ling to residence in  hotel or villas.   A
i doctor iu Bitendanc*.
| For further partioulurs apply to
Harry Mclnt/osh,  Proprietr
HALCYON HOT SPRINGS.
Balmoral Hotel.
•.-* V*.   .■.«(•
-    "J* •_     _*a
cw
Visitors to Ferguson  may rely upon the rery belt of
accommodation at this well-knowti hotel.   Uooms are
well  funiixhed thiounhout.    The Bar is storked with
a choice ssaortment of palatable quenchvrs.
Under the Management o? S. Slinger
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Broo., Proprietor*
Abrahamson
c
situate
riiion of
if  within in)
Uin.aooutl*   mile  Iron,  ■m^l^ffisSS
pay   the   ooett  ol  thll ailvertnement,
Take imti.-e that I, Frederick Charlea
Eliiutt, KV.i. Nn Ukv".2, aetiogas
**?*Jflfc fnr J',hn w-   w*•,'•,"'  ''"   '■*-'■
N.>/T.**7-)H4, intend, amy tl.iva from
the date hr'reof, to apply lo the
Mining Ka-yrder fur a I'nrtificale of
Improvements, foi ih" purpose of ob
taining a Oro*n lirant of the above
claim.
Aud further lake notice that SCtloO
n«der aection 37, inns! be eommei sd
b*fore the ias'iunce of audi (.'ertitica'.s
of Improveintnt*.
1'aied thia lllh dav of Aug., i.i) 1PI'5
1«- »-0f>
your interest in lhe laid mineral claim
will become the property of the under-
signed under and by virtue ol section 4
of th* Mineral Act Auietidmer.t Act
1900.
Dated alTro.it Lake this 6lh day ol
Julv, 190,-,. FSSO 0. Klliott,
July 7.06 Co-Owner
Review Job Dept.
Kor High-Class Work.
NOTICE.
pper '. til I    '  ii'"rul  claim
at i.ake mining di
I'.f.i Kootenay district.
Where locati 1: Un Silver Cupmoun'
lain, about I'n  ::ulea  from  Bilver Oupj
mine.
rnke notice ii at I, Fr* l.Tirk (harle*
Elliott) F.M.C. No. B88042, acting a*
njtent for (.'harles I.. Copp, K.M 0. No.
1183186, Cl arlei McNicI oil, K.M.C.
No. B78011, and John W. Westfall,
F.M.C. No. 118*064, Intend, sixty days
from tha date hereol, la apply to the
Mining Recorder lor a Certificate ol
Improvements, for the purpose of ob-
tsinitig a Crown Grant of the above
claim.
An.l further take noticethat action,
under section 67, miiet be commenced
b l"re th* us.mi., i. of Certificate of 2ui-
i • rements,
Dated this llth dav of Aug. a.d.IOOo.
18-8-1905.
A
Pointer
_VS**.YTHir*«   Itflt   AND    riKHT-tLAP.»   IS«   ALL BnrSOTS
Fire  Proof Safe
The bens* is alockt* with ine e*.'wt Wlaaa aa* ''Jjin ig ihi aukil,
Trout    Lake,
The CENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
Is Un*«r tk* wm U«.aa«Breni.i.
The Strand Hotel
ROSSLAND
When looking for.a plac? to spend
your holidays, bear in mind
that Trout   Lake   ii   an
ideal   summer   resort.      Tho
scenery and climate are n.agniScent
TIME   TAStM-E
. S. QUO   P. Pli'Et*.
Itunning b trveeo Arrowhead,
lie*-
trveen
leali.er iieriint'.lck*.
Leaving Arrowhead for Beaton sad
ton and Co:i.i;.i'.x, a* I..hows.
Uomapllz, t«-. eda lj       -a    :.k.
Leaiini*  Beaton *.. -   Is for
ArrneiiCad, leu* daU] — "il'.k anJ
12;45k. t.u.'rj i-.nBe oonneoUoni
with all C. P. U. Steamer* ao . tr*!:...
'Ine owneri reserve *.ii* ri^'.v W
change Hues of Sailing* without
no;Ice.
Th* Bowman Lumber Co.. Limited
IS
THE
Place to Stop at
WHEN in nossi.Ar.ix
Davis <8b Loder - - Props.
_
E. R. VIPOND
Trout Lake Livery
Freighting
Packing
Rawhiding
A SPECIALTY.
Stables st Trout* LA:
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
Royal   Hotel
. aacy Bar,
Masks! -ntcrulameat
3ulictla   EearS, World'*
S'.:ilnxN«w*.
Excellent    Accommodation
Best, Liquors
And Very finest Cigar!   53
E. L. MORAND,
-PR0P John Simpson,      Proprietor.
Lardeau
Hotel
Baa
to
Sandy Laughter.
Proprietor.
w
m
E
UFN ^isilii'R Ferguson jrOU
should slay at the Lsrdesu
Hotel. Here ili« »isitor
will ha iurronndsd ^i"1
l.umf oomforts. Bzcellsnl
ciiUiiif,      well    rrniilaici!
and   warm   roo_s,   w»U
si(H'k(*«l liar, an.l i'»rrytliii.g which
\ei.ut, t.nviir.ie msking y<>'ir risi» a
ploaaanl snd memorable mie.
Rates from JI d»j upward*.
Wo strlro t<> pleats nur patrons.
FERGUSON.
mwwmmwmmmmmmwwmmmm^^
K
:Q
MACKINNON  and
SUTHERLAND
General
Merchants.
FEBGUSON - - B. G.
CITY
vs,
THERE linrr he"ti f-..-.iniee
n ids bjf judicious ln**6st*
meut in ilea! Exists, and
•p. r^ C rtunas *'i!l be iiiade tlian
etet ths next two or three year*.
Ths one who r*aps the huMOBt, ia
•. • original Inreelir. for he has
his money on a certainty.
Now let us point otittr* you that
thi re i* iv battsr spot on ths Con*
tlivnt  I"   bu*   Rsal   I'.sUte  than
TROl i  i. IKE.
Trout Lake Is ths prsitlastspot
in  the  Koot-jnays; i* a plsasurs
r«s 'ii  il   ii*w no <>i|t:al       H'.alti'g
an I fishing may he Indulged In
ihe year round; while b'_ gsms
In abundance ;.* to tho ruin.il on
th* bills. U* ellmste is inpsrb,
•• i. ing no 1',1'i-nt Mtramss, ll
ig mild in winter and cool In
lammer. ll can boasl "f saros of
ihe finest hotsls snd residences io
British Colombia. Iti\ ettr.*.!** err-
rtA\ laid out ami graded, T
■re two oxosllent general stores,
and a (J*"1"* at the advertisements
i'i tbis jo'-nial will show thnt all
lr_<!r« aro fairly Well ropreSSOted
\Viit*. with confidence t" Agents,
caa.
Lots can be
obtained on
EASY
TERMS.
Moke your
selection nt
once
.»*• i
•   ••  ••
Then c_U on
cr  write to
^ _ii
!T has n**ver had a ",hoom "—its
growth has been steady. It Is
the bead ot navigation, and
the terminal of "the" Lardo brarch
of the C.P.R. ' All roads (in the
Lardeau) lead to Tront Lake. It
1* the commercial centre of the
richest mineral district on the
continent, and has banking^fjicili-
tlcs provided by the Iniperlr.l
Bank of Canada ; first-class school
BccHinmodation under the* direction of 8. Shannon, B.A.; * Rood
water system ; government office* ;
County Court sittings; Mothodlsi
Epiacopal and An^licaiitcburcbee
and ri'itage hospital.
There ar* raiuahle ranch lands
on the outskirts awaitinc Bottlers.
It* lumber resource* arc roagnifl
c.'nt, and a V.ar.il saw mill with a
capacity of M.000 ft. per day is at
tni* head of the lake. The mine*
trihuUry are proving out bigper
producers eery year, wilh rt«w
prospects opening up rich bodien of
ore.
There will  be a bin rush thle
vein,    so   if   you    would   know
rs,   writ*,   st   onco to  dither of
tli» agent* at tho addresses below.
F. B. Wells
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.C.
k
=01
JSiuumifiira
The representstivs
of the rii'li Lardeau
I'otinfrv. S.'iit to
any address for $2
per an. in advance,
No
00
• io.
Itrltfir^(jtf;ti1t^r*jl^^^
and General.    |
bthetvey, who  has held
of station   agent  hero
nurture of I*\ T. Abey,
Wednesday  for   Nelson.
iroliev.'.l by H.J, Hicks.
noticed that this issuo
tt larger than our usual
hope  our patrons will
(tange, which will  be the
' paper in future.
ill smile.—is not in it
K Mobbs,of Gerard, these
ith  tho mill moving to
the Lennoxville Hotel
it in it—fairlv in it.
|uble in Zioncity. Dowio-
_8 bounce  and general
^,oliva lias got his job.
Ck IV. was successfully
last Satu.-_ay on Trout
'alter Phelan'.
lias got in this week
ts, vegetable and garderr
owering bulbs, clever,
nd  Garden City lawn
'
'Cbdeacon Beer, of Kaslo,
services in the Anglican
st Sunday. The t-errice»
»1 and some exceedingly
c was rendered.
I
isvard Crosby gave a lec-
s Methodist church laBt
flight entitled " Among
ta B. C. Indians." Tho
41 illustrated by lantern
Sfhere was a very poor
k. The rev. gentleman
tucted services in tho
church on Sunday.
10 have books from the
earnestly requested tor
n without delay.
les Committee will meet
r night at 8 o'clock.     A
ance is re.im-.ted.
,. Masterson, Secretary.
rry. of the Silver Cup,
ednesday's Doat for a
lay trip.
Parker, inspector of
nd measures, is around
ual inspection trip.
*cvesquc is leaving short-
casure trip through lhe
t provinces.
our eye on thc Lardeau.
milling  deals aro pend*
it tbo  Provincial Homo
ting, the  Nelson  News
ot the columns ol politi-
};o which was nauseous to
el-headed   reader, and is
g us news—and that in aj
manner.
linger and Joe   Hawkins]
for a day's  fishing this j
'hey secured   sorao   nicoj
non.
rns has   returned from
;ip t> tlie coast cities.
Evans   has   secured
so for Ins hots] at Beaton]
tnembi rs   have been en^
1 thc grand opening tool
Satur.l iy.    Wo wiuli ths:
success.
son began Lis amsimsJ
be Aurora nl  H Mile till
to   2fitb   inst,   tlie   I.adi
1 give 11 Inislret Hail.
1 operations   continue
ser   grounds.   A clcan-t
nadc in a fc.v days.
jtiu
Hticcessfiil   dance   wl
lie  Alexandria hall, Vt
1 'ul Monday night.
4, "
■*■■■
the uppearance of iprlj
K 1 snow roads breaking, tn
.._ is not all honey these d*t) •V.
/ob Printing of every descri^o.. will be f itfaeuf   " at ths Rsvleyy Job Dept
**ii»>   •■•*» JJ^ , y ■      _ ,„___.,.      ..i—... .ii...,—, ---s     i     ■■ ■    ■-■-"■ — ■   MHW        si ,    #•. f   i ., .-i___._-___.Mta|f ■
   '  ni
*    . . •. ._u_um*u__
F:.';'_tison
i V.Jjhtim
• rid
L: ..cJiirrcj
Outfit.
**—-»- c>
•   I'   \    *
.
Co.tracts entered into for packing ..f Mining Supplies, ei •■■
tu rin'   |'<.inI 1:1 ll..' .lis' ri. I.
Hood, prompttsorvico, nnd nny work undertaken gunranl I
siitisfantory.
S. DANEY, Prop.    Ferguson.
w. ... VJt  A
_.
I   ,ih f
ri::•; n c K i.i.i OTT,
i;.\:,;;isi r.i:. NO.AJ.Y
PUUL1C, Mi'..
1
Trout I uke
C.
an i
1 Ferguson. '•
_
L
W.  Abrahamscn
Contractor
And Builder.
Owner of t!ie Abraham-
son Addition to the
Townsite.
Imperial  Bank of Canada.
Head Office:
T *  ONTO,   ONTARIO.
Get a
For    /ourself
a
Don't Pay Rent. !
Easy Tos-ms.
0. B N. WILKIE, P.LS.i
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mineral Claims Surveyed
and Crown Grants Obtained
KeKtilenct'-Neit Ili'trtrra.omrre.      	
I unit I.nko. It <
wood   vallancf:   hardware CO- L~D-
Hardware, Miners' Br  plies, Bfovei
and Ranges.
NELSON, B.C.
vnl'll'K
Tenders for Mioeial claim forfeited t.i
the Crown.
Tenders wiil be received l.v the undersigned up t.> 12 o'clock, noon, -"
Tuestliij, tbe 'iih day ot February, : ■ t,
for the purchase nf the uudermenti. i J
mineral claim*., ivl.icli .vers forfeited tn
tin. Crown at Iln* Tax Sn!.' held in ths
Government office al Kaslo, B.C., on
the 7th day of December, 1004.
To be considered, all tenders must be
in least aqua! t" the upset price, as
given below, Which is equivalent to the
amonnt for which succ claims could
have been repurchased bv the owners
on the BOth of June, 1005, together with
the taxes which have accrued since the
tax sale, the cost of advertising for
tenders, and Crwwn Grant fee.
Claim i..'t N'i. I'lise' price
Consolidated Virginia 80W    |4J
Elk 3003      10.45
Speculator 3004       4 1 00
Each tender must be accompanied by
* certified cheque for the full amount
thereof, payable at par nt k'nsl... in
favor <.f the nii.l.'r.!_in"l. The cheques
of all unsnccesstul tenderers will !«• Im*
ine.liately returns I,
E. E. CHIPMAN,
Government Agent, Kaslo, b.c,
Capital Authorised. 14,000,000
Oapitaf [paid up] -   3.600.000.
Kcsl   -       -       -    3,500,000
Branches in the Northwesl Territories, P»nvln   t of British Columbia, Manitoba)
Ontario an . Quebec.
R. MERRITT, President. D  i:. WII.KIK, Vi Pre*, and Gen. Man.
K. WAY. Assistant Bon. Manager.      \V. Mul TAT. Chief Inspector
Trout     L»k?,    it.    I'. drnncri-A    Onneml    Hanking    Cinlnrri*.    Tranaacttil
Savings r*«*part*nenl—Deposits received and interest allowed.
Draft* Hold available In nit parti nfCan* la,
United si..:, i and Bnrope.
sp..'1'ii attention _lven i" oollectlons and
Mil |i
T. B. BAKER,
flan.-igcr
ALEX.  CSAWFOED
THE   PIOKEEB
Livery and Dray Stables
Saddle, Pacfc and Cartage Homes Always ."or Hire
Freighting. Packing and
earning a Specialty
Dally stage leaves  Beaton al 12 o'clock for Trool Lal •
Leaves Ferguson, via Troul Lake for Beaton «t 7 a.m.
Branch Stablaa at Trout Lake, Beaton, Pergoaoo and C*i I
1. ... a. M.-l'.il-ler. I     A.  ll.u'Vi J
A. M. PINKHAM.
mm McGARTER, & PINKHHAH
SOLICITOI18, Etc
REVELSTOKE   F3.  C
-***"■• 11. inns ior Imperial Iln.il. ni .  .t.iuln.   •
1. UHIliGS        .1. M. BCOTT, n I.
Scott &, Briggs
Dnrrii ters and Solii itorj
Bollciti is for Moli in'i Hank,
REVELSTOKE   -    B. C.
i
RESERVE,
RIGHT OF WAV FOR   RAILWAT8,
ETC.
Notice is hereby given thai 'ill I' .wn
lands along the located lines if any rnil
way, power, or tramwa*. c paoy. incorporated under authority <>f the
Legislature of this Province, nnd having ri width of fifty (60) feet on each
sideol said Hires, are reserved for right
of v. iv purposes for such rail*aj • no* er
oi tramway company.
w. -. GO
Deputy Com. of Landa nnd Works.
Lands A Works Dept.
Victoria B.C., 3rd Oct., 1006,
'i!    *
PROPRIETARY
MEDICINES
PRESCRIPTION
WORK.
.. ..„ More
_ ..__-*___.      ....... '**■**  " •*-"*-*;-*-_*
School Supplies.
01!
EI
til
Toilet Articles,
Eto.
STRICTLY CASH
A  FULL LINK OF  CHOICE STATIONERY.
T
b
i_H»*i>ft_ CMSQ<i<«■<£_«-o*v_-£*itfC*_V__ CS-ic. to«
u
WINDS0K HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, B.C.
Best RotQl in Town.
Headqnarters for MMni ail Commercial b.
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE   FIRSTCLAS9
D. B. McLENNAN,   PROP
! ROUT   LAKE   LODGE   I. O.O.F,
Nu. il
iv -i r.ir iii. r llnra 1" Id In
. ..u's   IIbII    ivi rj
Tueadav nlabt si   I
. Ml ng  broth-
. n. !,■ >mt
O. Jaeobson,H. O.| A. W. Edge, I: * r.Ktc
BS^B^ES_SS_aaS_S_35B_5BKSaSE€
| The Lardesa Brewing
 Company	
TUSCAN   LODGE,
Nr i.r...
AF.   ,. A.M.
nl   Thursilay each
month,
YMtorS   \Vll!l*.rTT10
' Ired.ft ■'. II. McPheraon, W.M,
7
■    3rd
rr*~*T''
Lager Beer
and Porter.
Draft ®> Bottled.
umBWBWE -^ssmmBsmmdmsBB
pa_?»^-€S=*S_»C8-4_-«»<'
9
0K
Barber Sbop
— Fort a —
Qood Shave or Hnlr Cut
— GALLON —
l William Schnell,
FEBOU.   :-.
*.
_
:
Hot and Cold Gaths-
••     fi
_fc«   ■  - da**:
H.
N. Coursier
REVELHTOKB, B.
C.
KI RJ
L O K s i:
INKURAN CE
H   PAID   PROMPT1
Writs fnr Hales.
,Y
Starheg & Co.
WHOLESALE DEALERS In Hotter,
Kvks,    CheejB,    Produce   and    Fruit
llonston nitMlosopliine St.Nelsou, U.C.
Revei.toke Assessm.-it
District.
Take Notice that I t-liall hold ft
Court ol Revision ami Appeal.
under the " AB.iePHincnt Act, ll '..."
for tho Revelstoke Asaessment District, on Monday, the 27tli day of
November, 11)05, at the hour of 11
o'clock in the forenoon, at the
Court House, Revelstoke
Dated at Revelstoke this 2.''.rd
day of October, 1905.
C. M. WELD.
Judge of tho  Court   of Rei
and   Appeal,   Revelstoke  Assess-
ment District of West Kootenay.
A.-.'.ui.In.it,      ....       Auditor.
J. C. MURRAY.
TROt'T LAKE.B. C.
Ooti  it companya' Interests rarefnll*
looked :.''. r.
Arent f..r llorirluv'*. I'lannn
Imperial
Barber Shop.
Vnr Qood Haircuttlng nnd
Bhavlug c" t'.
G. A. CHEESEMAN
TllOUT UKKITIV
FLOUIT-
^FLOUR
Hot, end  Cold  SatSs.
■ B
'
V.ftl* Westfall -c: Co.
Raymond Flour
$3.50 per 1001b.
NOTICE.
During the   Winter  Months our Store will
b. open  from   8  a.m.  to  7  p.m., except
Saturdays and nights preceding  holidays
■■r'%.
*f**
Trout Lake
.*»*._'►_ ...     .   . ...__if._*e*
FLOUR-
FLOUR
Mining Hrokers,
Mini.;;- Propertlos llrrortfl "n.
t mill Hold,
Mliiliiqi'r'i|i'. ilfr l.t... .nil Altar for Non-Kssl-
Lardsao   I
Rmor
Trout Lake, R. C.
The B C. ASSAY nnd OH r.ICAL
SUPPLY Co.. Ltd.
Vamcouvkh, '.',. 0,
Ilia'I'.iiaiters Inr Aafayers, Mining and
Hull Supplies.    Sole airems In li. 0. for
MnrRSD Crucible Co., Battcrsaa, Eng-
land ; F. W. lirn.iu A. Cu.'n Patent Cary
Fnrnai'es, Huruers, etc. : W'tn. Aiirs
Worlii A Oo.'l Kim. Balances, el.;., etc.
LAKEV1EW HOTEL
* Essaying ■
Hold or Silver $1 .r.O
Hold mid Silver %2 00
Bilver and Lend.   S SO
Copper    1 (io
Zine $l 50
5   SHANNON,  <\ssnyer
PKROUSON, D.C
troui lak:; b.c
Bar well Supplied with Liquors & Cigars
Large Comfortable Rooms.   Excellent Cuisine and Attendance.
Madden & Levesque
Props
P.Bums&Co
WHOLESALE   AND    KKTAII,
Merchants
Dealers in all kinda of FrostrM.flt
TROUT LAKE, B.C
F. B. Wells,
RBVJB5LSTOKB, B.C.
RAW FURS
JOUGHI
CASH    PR.ICKS    PAID
■
•

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}]}"
                            data-media="{[{embed.selectedMedia}]}"
                            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:
https://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.lardeaum.1-0310335/manifest

Comment

Related Items