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Lardeau Mining Review
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The represent
of tlie ri. li Lardeau
country.     Sent to
any address for $2
per an. in advance.
VOL. i
TROUT LAKE CITY,   B.C., OCT. 19, 1905.
No.51.
Lead Price
Is Rising.
I AMOUNT OF BOUNTY REDUCED BY MORE THAN
TWO-THIRDS. LEAD COM.
M188IONER SAYS ADVANCE
is PERMANENT.
The steady advanoe In lhe price
nf lead may well be regarded with
satisfaction in Kootenay, says the
Nelson NeWI. I' is an unearned
increment lo every lead mine
owner In tho district It means
better returns for products without
any increase in the COSt ..f production.
At the name time the advance
jr. effecting an economy to the
dominion government, every in*
crease in the London market price
automatically reduces the amount
payable as bounty, and that without nny loss to tin' class in whose
interest the bounty mis decreed.
Kootenay will miss s gnat opportunity if its lead mines remain
idle, ..r »rc worked only on a small
scale, while the market la so favorable. By a ruling in connection
with the dominion lead bounty by
ih.- deputy minister of the interior,
the bounty does nol la| so ivl.cn
lead .ni the London market reaches
tbe maximum price C15 10a., tbe
highest point at which the full
bounty Is paid.
The margin "I £8, or 48 points.
A point would seem, at Brat t«. Ur
near y one-Of tie th ..f the amount
nf ihe bounty, or 80 cents. But as
the London price is quoted on the
English, not the Canadian ton,
_,_I0 not 2,000 pounds, the bounty
1*. t'ljuiviili'iit to a little less than
27 cuts a jHiini, instead rfl SO
cents. Consequently it will require 66 |K.int> margin instead >>i
48 to wipe out the bounty. At
i.15 18s. !Kl . there will still be a
fraction <>f a cent a hundred
Weight payable us bounty j at -*-16
an English tont tbe bounty will be
exhausted.
U. 0. Buchanan, commissioner
of the bounty, interviewed by the
News. s,,id :
•• Yes. the bounty isalowly dropping. At to-day. London price,
X\4 IKs ltd., it is only a little
mora than 21 cents a hundredweight, or alHint $■!.'.!"> a ton. The
rapid and steady advanoe in the
price nf lead seems to me to be due
to natural causes. The demand is
growing steadily, and the Supply >s
not. The condition will probably
be permanent, ot al Last will last
f,.r n long time. I shall not be at
all surprised if the bounty is wiped
nut within s few months. It will
disappear entirely when the price
,.f lend on the London market
reaches £16.
" Lead   was .nice as high as i.--22,
ami may reach thai figure again.
It will not make a great difference
i,. eastern consumers, but it would
be a great b ion to Kootenay mine
owners, and to the whole community if the advance continues
for some time longer."
"Walter Edwards and Chas.Copp
came down fr..m the Triune during
tho week.
Local Mining
Conditions.
OP INTEREST TO ["HOSE
WATCEINQTHE IT.ocp.Kss
AM> DEVELOPMENT OF
THE RICHEST MINERAL
BECTIONOPTOE PROVINCE
The Mi.ther Lode people will do
about 300 feel nf work this winter
ni. their property at Poplar.
Sain Shannon is pushing work
on the Black Warrior. Three men
arc engaged in driving the 200 ft.
tunnel,
'I he Triune has closed down for
the «inter. Jno. Morion left for
Nc1m.ii with a car of ore jn Monday morning.
Once Again Victorious!
Our Ore Exhibit Wins the Massive Silver Cup
at the Spokane Interstate Fair.
Some More
Reasons Why.
POPLAR CONTRIBUTOR SAYS
DEPRESSION IS DUE TO
CROOKED WORK OF SOME
COMPANIES'OFFICERS AND
AND SUGGESTS A REMEDY,
Trout Lake Mining Division is " All Right."
So Think the Many Thousands of Visitors who lnspscted Simples from
Our Mines and Prospects.
The deve'opmerit <.f the potato
fiinn.- of Messrs. Abrahamson and
Fraser is turning out magnificent
Assay return- give go far an average ..f 4ihi bushels to the acre.
foreman Mills says tbe property
is sure to be a good dividend payer
Jim Lade Is making good progress with his. contract on the
Beatrice-
Joe Verschoyle and Nate Lav
have a contract for sinking 60 feel
and cross-cutting at that depth on
the Calumet at Hecla at Rapid
Crick.
Walter Phelan and J. Jenkins
are developing  their property at
tn.- foot of the Lake.
Mayor Mobb- Of Gerard intends
to do a lot of work this winter on
hi* Cany.>n -nek properties Supplies have been put iu and work
will be started at once.
Th.- Silver  Cup development is
1 tinuing to show  up good ore.
25 im 11 are employed at the mine.
A supply of water is being rlumed
lo the compressor plant from
_rown creek, which will materially
reduce I lie cost ol operation.
The Pig Tin,ml operations are
going ahead at the rate of *> feet
per day. Another machine will be
put in in a few days.
A Review scribe paid B visit to
the ground of the Spokane Falls
Placer Co. one day this week. 15
men are r.OW engaged building the
extension to the flume, which when
completed will be 1,800 feet In
length. A pier is also being constructed of great Bolidity', and the
construction of Hume and pier are
,„.w w.ll uii.ler way. When com
pl.-u-.l. some 1.000 feet of creek
bed mil be drained, and sluice
boxes put into position, when actual
mining operations will be at once
commenced,
J. o. McKtnnon and family returned Wednesday from Spokane.
Jack took in tie lair while there,
and says that our ore exhibit came
in for most favorable comment.
Fr.d Elliott came In from
Nelson Monday night and left for
Revelstoke on Tuesday morning
The Trail smelter is now refining
50 tons of hud daily. On Monday
„ shipment ol nearly two tons of
silver was iinc'.' to the Orient, eon*
rigned to the Hongkong and
Shanghai bank, ns agent for the
Chinese imperial government,
which will use it in coining sub
sidiary silver coins. This is grad*
ually supplanting the British coin
i„ shanghai and Hongkong- nine-
tenths of whose population is
Chinese.	
Ed Masterson is now In charge
of the M. 4 <■• emporium.
Another old-timer in the person
,,['\V  R. Hollenbeck,  leaves  next
It'for  Portland, where he '
■'*.',.-,-. c -      I       ■ _§-*_:*.
I The Review, Trout Lake. B.C. \
Spokane, Oct. 13—Proud
to wire you that   our   exhibit Q
carried off   the  silver  cup
the only trophy to be won at i
the fair—for the finest oollec- »
tion   of  ores.    Judges highly :.
prai ur  exhihit.     Award B
was unanimous.   1'ophir sain- M;
pie   secured   special   award. I
Thousands visiting our stand jj.
;   and extending  praise.    Con- jf
.   gratulatioii.- ! D
J. W. Westfall.     m
ijhfirr_r.Jr.^=ri>i-rir«   - -Q »
When thc question came up of
Bending an ore exhibit, many ex-
presded their opinion that while it
George   Proulx   leaves  Monday
morning for Nelson.
A. (■}. Fraser has an assortment
of all kinds of bulbs.
Steve Woods is putting the finishing touches on Johnny Parisian's new residence.
J. R. Masterson, of Spokane, is
paying a visit to his tton Ed this
week Mr. Masterson says our
mineral exhibit was highly spoken
of at his home town lair.
Tom Levall says there are some
pretty skookum   mining  men  in
Spokane  who  intend   visiting the
it (?) do some  good,   yet   the   Lar.h an next vear to tir.d out what
all the racket is about.
aud the pros|>ects for a good old
Conservative jiow-wow aTe excellent.
If you want a good new or
*cc..ml hand | iano, see Murray.
He ciin give you nny kindul terms,
l'.est grad.-s only handled. Agent
for Qourlay, Winter and Learning
Company.
0. Lermo and Andy Ward left
this week on a trapping expedition
up the Six-Mile creek. Th*y will
lie gone all winter.
has
accepted a position as accountant.
We are all sorry to lose W. K, but
.. he goes to better his condition
::,. ,;ln,iot find  fault    Mrs. Hoi-
chanc.s of winning a prize was entirely out of the question. S*H»kane
being undoubtedly the central
point of all tbe north-western mineral stales as well as (he great
Kootenay country of B. C. it was
thought presumption on out part
to aspire to the district trophy.
Failh in the movers of the project, however, was _rrdaunt»hi, rmd
money was raised to send the
exhibit and with it Mr. VJ. \V
Westfall, Lardeau. well-known
mining man.
Well, the result is known. We
got it—the silver cup—the only
trophy given bv the Interstate Fair
management of Spokane, and it
was awarded to Trout Lake milling division for the best exhibit of
ores troni any one district
The value of the exhibit was
gremly enhanoed by the presence
of Mr. Westfall. who stayed with it
day and night giving information
to nil enquirers relative to the district. We are informed that all
through the fair a crowd could always be found gathered around,
looking for information of the
country that could produce -uch
an excellent showing. Many who
never heard of the Lardeau before
w.re amazed al 'lie richness of its
showings. As indicative of the
value of the exhib t, it is stated on
good authority that one company
operating here sold in the neighborhood  of $7,000 of stock.    We
arc pleased to learn this, as wc
know the money will he handled
to the best   advantage   in   opening
up this particular company's pro*
perty.
Tho   properties  contributing  to
the exhibit were Silver Cup, Triune,
Noble Five, IX L. (Swede), Winslow, Cromwell, Lucky Jim, Aralii,  from Arrowhead to Beaton. It now
Fidelity, Old Gold, Nettie L., Dal- arrives on time, so that letters  re*
tiu.ore,Copper Chief. Lucky Roy, qui ring a na nsw erjjy return can be
Qreat   Northern, Willow Grouse,
Rambler,  Bonanza. Pedro, Qrand
M. J. O'Brien, of the Revelstoke
Wine and SpiiitCo., and E. Ferguson of Nelson, were visitors during the week.
Al. Houston has taken charge of
the dressmaking department at
at Fraser's. His old friends will
find him busy at the sewing machine in this popu'ar store.
Alex. Oliver left Wednesday for
Seattle, where he will spend the
winter.
Leslie Hill of the Canadian Tim.
ber and Sawmills, Ltd., came u|
from Nelson Monday   night.     Ar
rangements   are   being    made   toi organized  company  allows  small
build a new planing mill,  the pre-1 investments   to   be   made   which
|To the Editor.]
Being one of your readers, I
missed very much a continuation
of the " Reasons Why " in your
last week's issue. I realize that
there have been errors made by us
all. and it is a good time to discuss
and discover where we have made
our mistakes.
The prospector and claim owners
have in the past kept capital out
by holding out for a big price and
practically cash terms. They are
now. however, seeing thtir mistake,
and are willing to dispose of their
holdings on more reasonable terms.
What I think. Mr. Editor, has
done the most harm is the way in
which a large number of the stock
companies have manipulated their
affairs. Stock companies are a
necessity, and a good thing when
worked legitimately. It is nearly
impossible to get one. two. or three
persons to put uj. the money necessary to make a mine out of a prospect, but the combination of many
small capitalists working under an
sent one not being adequate to
handle the product of the -awing
plant. The timber will be taken
out at once for the new building.
A large amount  of  lumber is now
The  Hon.  R.  F.  Green,   Chief
< oinmissioner of Lands and Works,
will pay us a visit during the next
two we.ks.    It is understood that
he wi 1 he accompanied by Premier.
McBride.    The local Conservatives,0" h;,nd and »-•• ■» •■•■PH at ■*'■
are to have a meeting Friday night j**"." "Me.
to i.rrauge for tUeir visit.    A iium-
ber of the faithful from  the lower)    Alexander    Robinson,   Supcrin-
end of the riding will   be  on deck.ttP,ld,nt °'   Education, came in on
Mrs. (Dr.) Robinson, of Ferguson, was a visitor Wednesday.
Charlie Foote and Will Skinner
have been out after big game this
week. They bagged a fine caribou
a week or two igo,
Holy smoke! what holy terrors
sonic men arc for fighting when
the Sowing howl 1ms been imbibed
too freely.    One misguided bruiser
was s principal in seven seraps
hist week.   He wns w 11 licked the
first six. but   still   asking for more
he ran up against "Jem Mai -
sparring partner," who was knocked dean OUt. Seven was alw.iv- .1
lucky number, but the hero of this
paragraph is resting for alterations
and repair-1.
We appreciate   the   attention
given to the gentle hint in our
Local columns of two we.ks ago rela
Monday night. He visited Ferguson school on Tuesday and returned to the Lake well pleased with
the work of Miss Isabel Henderson
who has charge. At Trout Lake
he spent some time with the
scholars, and he expressed himself
•as highly pleased. In speaking
wiih the Review be --aid that it
wns more t>. get an idea of the
country and its possibilities than
to examine the school.- that be was
making his trip From what he
learned of this district  he thought
its possibilities Were great.
BEATON.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilder, of Beaton,
left this week for Winluw, B.C.
Ed. Hillman and Malcolm
Heat.ui hive .i crew of 35 men in
the wood- getting out timber for
the Bowman Lumber Co, That In*
imitab'e handler ol the ribbons.
Jim (iral am, is kept  hu-y
The Mammoth made a shipment
of -liin sacks ol ore .luring th.- week
to Trail smelter.
Iv /.. McLennan is going to open
up a general store at Beaton. A
full line of new   good.- will be pul
live  to tlie handling of  the mail  ii and sold at the right prices.
Druggist   Campbell,  of    Cam
1. .mc leaves thi- week for  Arrow*
Mended to. Thanks, Mr. Dudgeon, head, whero he expects to go into
of the Bowman Lumber Co. buslnesi
Solo, Linson View, Calumet and
Hecla, Silver Pell, I.X.L. (Milloy)
Lucky Jack.
A special prise was given to the
(ire.at Northern Mines Limited for
the best gold specimens. These
were from the Lucky Jack and
Swede groups at Poplar.
Tuesday   was   pay  day   at   ihe
ind"famiTy will stay hereI mill, and the mill company dis-
'•"'V,    ' ' tributed over *«,000.
until spring.
Mrs. 1>. Kennedy and family left
this morning for Fernie to join Mr
Kennedy.
Judge Miller, who has been laid
up with an attack of typhoid. Ht
Seattle, is now able to he about.
Judge suys his " buy window " bas
been reduced by over 25 pounds.
The Spoknne Falls Placer Co.,
who are operating on l.iir.lenti
creek, arc paying their workmen
every Saturday night, an example
which might be copied by others,
Fred Fraser, Inspector under
the Cattle Act. paid Beaton a visit
on Monday.    He  still  carries his
appetite.
Mrs. McKinnon.of Camborne, is
a iio it Lake visitor
Between getting his wood pile
ready for snow and his pantry
tilled with duck, host Billy Boyd is
kepi bUS)
Otherwise could not enter the mining field. Such organizations
when formed should be so managed that the interest*) of the small
investor be ensiderad to the game
extent as the larger. As a general
rule the promoters of such companies hold sufficient stock to control the company and the oftioers,
and run the affairs to suit themselves. Quick money is looked
for, and instead of mining *he
ground for the benefit of the stockholders, the small shareholders are
mined for the benefit of the larger
ones. Money which has been paid
for stock, instead of going into the
development of properties, finds its
way into tlie pockets of the promoters. Of course, Mr. Editor,
many of the stock companies operating, not only in the Lardeau, but
throughout B. ('.. are doing good
work, and Iheir ollieers honestly
carry out the work to the best advantage of all concerned. But it
is an undeniable fact that there
.ire many formed for no other purpose than to fleece the unwary.
Small investors should always be
careful to know thoroughly thc
men who are in control before putting their hard-earned money into
shares of s company.
Th. n matter- are. however, ad-
justing themselves, and I feel sat-
i-ii.-l that the depression we are
now passing through has reached
zero point, and that from now Oh
the thermometer of prosperity will
III adl'y rise.
POPI.AUITK.
Poplar creek. Oct. 17. 1906.
Jim O'Donnell bad a brush with
the grim reaper last Tuesday.
During a trip to the Willow
Qrouse claim he fell over a bluff,
and it appeared that he had gone
to deiitb. but l.e fortunately clutched some brush in his descent, and
managed to crawl In a place of
Mfety. As it was he was greatly
scratched and bruised from bin
fall, but bis many friends are congratulating him upon Ids narrow
escape. Had he not caught the
friendly brush it meant a sheet
descent of 1,000 feet.
(leu Lux, of the Model Ranch,
at Beaton is dead stuck oo Trout
Luke     Me   was   iu    yesterday   to
engage Andy Daney's powerful six
horse team to haul ths Wiitjb here.
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THE LARDEAU MINING
REViEW.
tn I'lliilf .1 nt 'I'r. in l.nki rllv. nun 1'nlillsln e
i.i I iTnus'ii. .ni I Trout Lake overv TIhii-m1.ii
Tne BUI "' I > ri nol n»ld hlmH.li renpnn-
#11 ii.. i rt- ii.-' .|>iiiiniis or Ol>rru»pilllU*Jlltm*X-
j-.v--i-i li. Its column*
AM IoohIk will be ubniyed nt  Ihe rata of 14
(•"ills ih-'-.i ie. tli-sl insertion, anil 111 ci-nis ptji
juiei-.u-ii s..iise.|.I.-..I iDtertlon.
Terms for I'mnnlenl ami other sIverllHlnn
will lie iiei I.- Known un application ul mln-i-
B ilMoiiolloti .-■!'<» iear. in advance.
IT   WILL    ADVERTISE   TROUT
LAKE MINING  DIVISION.
The success of the Trout Lake
mining division in Becuring the
only trophy at tlie Spokane Fair
will ha ye a far-reaching effect.
Spokane is, practically-speaking,
thu mining centre of the great
North West Loth of United States
and Canada, 'lhe trophy was
awarded to the best exhibit of ores
from a- y district, and it goes without m.\ ii'g thai tl .- ] oi ti. li i f the
1 aid) u ic| rest uted hy the Trout
Luke   division   hud   lo show- the
Grout Xafce
Mater
Supply (3a
Xt6,
@
®
By USinR Water supplied by this
Company y n are assured of absolute purity. Government Analysis
to back up statements. :::::::
Hugh McPherson - - Supt.
wmmmmmmwmm
It cost in thc neighborhood of
$100.00 to send our mineral exhibit to Nelson and Spokane in
oharge of a man who thoroughly
knew his business. Figure out as
a business proposition how much
it would have cost ft manufacturing concern to got the Bams amount of advertising in the Nelson
and Spokane papers that wo got
freo by virtue of winning the
medo s and cup. If advertising ,
pays, nml wo must admit it does,
we certainly did a good stroke of
business in getting up the exhibit.
R. W. EDGE
Painter *—
Decorator.
TROUT   LAKE
B. ('.
I ll   In   v.iiiliii-Mim,   alio *
lhe mineral  s'ates in  the North-
It   cost   tho   Mutual   Life   Co.
riches for
their fircc of cl'.rks  at  their head
V    '    i' i we ;.!•• justly prcud at
nd ilie ] iire.
As : ertising  mi dium it
v e an iwonrtant factor in l-*t-
lintf the ivnr .1 know what we have
h. i
ollice at New York, while many of
the contributors to tbis amount
were scrimping their iamilies of
the necessities of life to meet their
premiums.
Slid lie results  are hound to
i. i benefit.
As a  Held for investment th«
Lardeau cam >i be beaten.    It lia*«
o diversity of  mineral, both lode
„   i.i , . public are going to bonehU just tho
■      '.  second to none on the  '
' arg'-   bodies  of  low- j .
(all out honost men get thoir due,"
Tom Lawson's motive, in his
crusade against The Standard Oil
and Lig Three" insurance companies might not be pure, but the
G. M. YUILL
JEWELLER,
Watch-repairing,   etc.    All work
Guaranteed.
OUtaAet, Ii.uiLafeJ.fJ
ersc
l»Nr-» *t,*M
mm
grade, smaller ones of high-grade.
Gold ,-iiver coj>;.er, lead, zinc antl
asbestos an- to be found within its
boundaries nnd water an.l timber
are in abundance. Wherever development has been done along
business lines success has been the
result.
TRAFALGAR DAY.
One hundred years ago on Oct.
21st, Lird Nelson met antl derisively defeated the Fr uch fleet
In Trafalgar Hay, and on Saturday
next wherever the British flag
floats, loyal subjects will tlo honor
to the memory of II iratio Nelson,
our national hero, whose dying
words, " Thank Ood 1 have done
my duty," will ever be remembered. The battle of Trafalgar wiis
the closing epoch of the Napoleonic
wars, and it marked the culmination of naval warfare lasting over
two centuries Drake's mantle
fell on Nelson, mid right worthily
he succeeded and scoured tho seas
on hoard tho Victory—and victory
was his and ours. Jhit in the
triumphant effort of his lifeastrav
phot laid him low, and the sweets
of victory were marred by the
grief of the people, as Irs death
was felt in England as a public
calamity. Historians tell us that
the people of Britain grieved that
'funeral ceremonies, public ceremonies and posthumous rewards
were all they could bestow upon
him, him whom the king, the legislature, and the nation wnuM have
aliko desired to honor ; whom
every tongue would have blessed .
whose presence in every village
through which be might have
passed, would have wakened the
church bells, ha vi given schoolboys
a   holiday,  have   drawn   children
from their sports to gase upon him,
and ' ol J   men   from   the i hiii.n.-y
corner,' to
they died.
On tin morning of 21st October,
1806, the signal floated from Lord
Nelst -hip, tho Victory :
• ■ > - -  Is thai every man
:   - lay will do his duty,'"
l«y  n"xt, all   the
world .'-. r, lirititnnia. loyal sub*
■ will "i ii our   national hero
" now n| res) "
The adag*>, " When rogues
honost men get thc
is old, but very, very true.
Listen more tlnn you talk, especially about investments. When
you are listening you are not telling on yourself, and you an- (Littering the other fellow who is. Seo ?
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CANCELLATION OF RESERVE
B. J.
CUiVISVH^JS
O.-mrnl S|,.r<\    K'lll Mnx
or Canned .;.*. It,    i-v m.
llltMUp i     ll  ;  .....rl.-ii,.|il
oi smokara1 .uppiiar,,
mil.•<• ..rn..- inu ii, ,„i r. u,.!,,,,,,. (■„.
FERGUSON
Celebrated Brands of
nml Eggi,
NELSON,
I
i"   the   time   f.r   you to Rf
to Buy Lots.    Never were jk
Ibe I'r. -p.ets of Ferguson H
SO  1.1 1_ lit. JB
Tbe   Town   ..f FEBGU80N 9
will  be one uf   the    (in-lit. || ff'
< Ire Producing Camps in ilu> *-&
World.   'Ih.. Iiiiii drgree of ^
success    achieved    by    Un- j£*'
numerous WEALTHY anil a*
PRACTICAL BRITISH sod
AMERICAN MI MM,
COMPANIES ii-iw -.Derating
there ia a tifbntn to the
ti. in. ndous wealth i I the liillt
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f'OAHT   MHThlf'T.
■tiTH.K i« in r •!>>• aiti'ii tbat ti.» r-.<-,-„
Mon. nntica nrwhlob »-h* panll.hi I
tli- n .   tlaaalta, hi.-i data I wii   vutual
"k   lllion   Nelann  nn   5_!* °"v"'1."f " *•••■* "T land extending back n
i*   iijioii  .>. ison ere  diauoo   nften mii»M .,.. aaoli aid*  ,.r th«
' iskn. » IHvm between Kltallai Oani >n mid
Itur. -I'.... l.e >:,,., Ileil.
Wotloi* l*> al*. L'l.en tbat tbat portion or tin*
r»Mi'Vitliiiii, ii.i|in,.iir irlilrh wn. ,,,ii,iu',..,| ,„
iiir* in.. Oaaettaand .Ihio.i '_iii h .mi„-,
i-i'.i. .-..-..-riii. ii i. ii nr liiini pxii'iiiitni; bet-
>*• I lie niiMiiiMithitinwi riivera'il KiuUm
.-..inr.ii. I. i..s. n, !.■ I  in K,i ur unit oovan
lu.i.l I. tni. Iji.|wi-.n tli«   K ii.ii .h i.-aiifon mnl |
*   I*.Ii.l  I.i tli- Kltlrnit V.illi>y, iIIhUih  ton '
mill » In ii rein iorly ilir.roll-.ri n*,imt ie mniilli i
"I   Kit,mnl.   KIv-it. ami  Hiai   i.nwn   landa
tii-r..... ivin In open *<>-iii.-, pra.muti.in a«d
olln-r .li-.i...|l|..ii „,i,l, r tlln |.r ■. 1.1..lis of til-
i*nrt Act. on and «rt«r llinblitlitli (nun ilny (,r
I«-.'riiiln-| iiftt: Ppivtiled tli.i itif rlahi nt
w»r ..I «njr rnllr.iml mi.ll not bo liiollnlrd In
"i.y U.iJ.aoaoijulred.
W. H. OORiC.
Deputy CoinmlMluner of Uml, a Work*
»i .... .mi Work. |i.-|»r...i.-m,
Vlctoila, B.C.. »Ui Augtiet, i,....
'I        i   !■   tl s m ',v postmnstnr
general to make   i  muoh needed
• ■ •-    it of salaries
to ,.- - nasters in small town : and
Tillages.   It we ,   i an effl*
ri-'iit    ervloe    ths   remuneration
rntisf 'I.-- adequate tn the services
rendered    P .-   .•. ters in pin 11
like Trout f.nke nre mippoaed to bo
on dul in   p, r .iui- f,,r
ii |iiii.-iii.v which .".-• n n Chinaman **08 a K 8
would turn up his nose nt.
H.  N. Coursier
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
FIRE    INSURANCE
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in itatei . ,i r
tHitiH, or from 17? toS100 n mi
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other Institution*, Excellent
W'aterwnifti sjstem, Streets.
Bli res   nml   Residences lllo-
miiii 'I l..v l.'.'eeiriiiiv    Dally
"    l!   i-'rviee.      'Jin.   tOWOSitS
lihiiill.ly Iniii mil     <;,.( j„
' "U   on   ||,..   grr.iinii   floor.
'   '     ''•'"   now   be  jriirclinsed
FROM
ai
$75 i"* :
rowNsi rn aghnt jfe
FLOYD I
RRVEI-STOKE, B. C. 9
• - r
...  Ghe Hotel JBeaton       '
BEA ION, B c. ■ -r	
1FI8ITOR8 nrri
W. BOYD -:- -:- Prop j m
FERGUSON HOTEL
The noted liomi for traveller! riiltlrie
FergUBon, IS.O.
A well stocked Bar ol the choiceit Llqoun, Wines, eto.
Proprlotore.
MoDonnoll & Black
Iff
iT
hi    i NOTICE,
Ti-,,,',1    i""-      '.", '"'   l'1"11"-    »H.HO-   ll.     tier
c'lm;'!,1;^:^"""^ D*v».lbnorwM.Koo.
two __J_,H.tod '   ""   "Ml,"'u «"'k- »bo-ll
■iill'-...V.'..'."!'. '"•':"•-im
Legal Notices.
^IHIH.'.VI'KS   III-'   I.MI'llO\'K.\ll-.\'l'.
NOTICE,
leiile,  mineral claim iltuate in tli.
nl l.nke   Milling   Division nl   Wei.(
itengy ilictriet
li.-n-   located:—About Hvn inili-M
^^■1   I'.irri from Trout l.iik.t,
^|k,. notice tlmt 1, Charlea Copp, free
M.'- '■'• HftcSte No. 1183,186, Intend
lilt)'   •1>N ii'O'r 'lull* here..I, to u|.|.lv to
^■lining i: rder lorCertiBcaterol
jnjpi '   i-.i tli. purpose..li.l.i.iin-
Ingc ■-.ii irtaiiii "f the above claimi,
i,l furili'T take notice tlmt aetien
■ection 87 must be comiuaneed
'-^Hr> ih.' i--'!:in.'e nf hih'Ii reriitliMle
jmpi ' ■       l'nti"l   Ilni Ifitll .lav of
Joly   i   I'    i'■'<»■'>■
■lull  loO.
NOTICK.
-JHl liiniin.li I iniiierul  .-Iniii),  nitintie
*M (he Trout l.ske Minini' -1 i«-- i *- i.. n ,.[
^.   ■ K    ',-iiiiy ilinlrict.
'^—W\  r" located: On divide  between
the.  -iii fork of il..- South Fork of the
Law)  i'1 riverand Bonania creek, al t
two '   lee northerly from tlie American
min-
Ta     N"tirt* Una I. 0. B. N. Wilkie.
aetii    rr- r'i.'-'iit  for the wattle-Oregon
■i .■  Co..   I'.M.C.   Nr,.  1183196,
^f, ilxly days from  the dale hereof,
Kpl) to tlie Mining Recorder for a
plicate of   Improve nta, for the
ie of obtaining a Crown (irant,.f
rn- claim.
further ;«ko notice that action,
■ •-.■iiiiii .'!". intifi I..- commenced
the Italian .( inch Certificate
• n amenta.
I    thin   6th   'in.,   of Oct.,   *. D,
;o. ic v. wii.iciK.
NOTICE.
Li.. I-i*iar.i>  miKi'ial claim, situate
ll -   I roul   l.nke  Minili|* -fh'tision of
ll        I.   H\ iliiti i -t.
i . ileil    i in Silver Cup inriiiii-
I j   miles   from   Sliver Cup
. olirc ' i .I I. I i. i.-rii-k Charlei
K.M.C.  No B88 i-'. sell .-
I i. I i.  IV, W.'-tfill.   F      .
I'.-l   intend, sixty   dayi from ■
<'••      ill '. . | j ly     o        (lie
■ nltjr   fur   a Certificate  of
Ita,    fur   i l.e purpose of .-I.
-Ml .'.rn,:   of   till
i
irtlier take notice thai .iriom
'  ni   17, mn-t In- commenced
i -'i -ii i crtificate
SB
_m       •   - Hii. day >.f Aiij*., a,i> 1 "i'r
_i
NOTICE.
Back Diamond MineralClalm-WWaU
In the Trout l.ake Miniug Diviiion ol
\>eil Kootenay District, where located:
One Imil mile north of lla-kin*. creeli
'Uk.i Notice that I, ll. McPherson
agent (or tho Mettle-Oregon Mining
< o., I iee Minora' Certificate. No.BWUM
Intend alsty dayi Irom tha dale
'" " ' loapnly to the Mining Recorder
for a Certificate of Improvement! foi
the purpose ol obtaining a Crown ^rant
..(the above claim.
An.l further tsko notice that ictloti
undu section 37 must be commenced
before the issuance of lucli Ctrtificato
of fniproVementi.
Dated tin*. 23rd day Sept a.i>. 1.0.1.
npt 28
__Sriii._„ oertlfloataof Impruveiiwnu,
I'.'1'.lll.l.s .',!,, ,,_,  „|,„.|,,|„.,.   A   ,,     ,„„
H.  N.  Will. Ill,   l'.l,.S.
'I KM  I    I.AKK
M.'I'Ii'K
Iln-r Km, inln,-nil i-l.ilin, iltuate In tli-
Ir.nil IjiIi.- .Mining ]il\i.inn of Wait Kool
enai dletrlcl.
u In ic located j—un Bonania er..pk, aimm
"...- mile souin i_»i from liu.-ic Diamond
inln, ral - i—i.ii
Take notice thai I. O.B.N. Wilkin, aa-ml for
'. U    Mi   \ Blab,  fo-- inii..-.-'« i-.-rllfli-ul..   No,
■i.i. i"I. -iiiv .lux - from tli" 'lain hereof, i" a, 11-. in lie- Mining llc.-or.lnr for a i <•.-•
un.-ni.- "i Improvement*, for tn<~purpose of
ubtalnlnfi Crown Grant of tbe abovi claim.
And further Uke notice that action, under
■ecllon 17, inuil Ih w.i.iin.-i l before the ti-
*.... I iuch . .-nlil.-,.!.- ,,f Improvon.enU.
Dated ii.ii Sib dajr ol October, A.l'.. 1«U6.
'-•' •'• o. n. N. wii.kik, r i -
TKOl'T l.AKK.
NOTII I TO DELINQUENT 00 OWNER,
ioli. R. McLennan or to whomioevei
III may hive transferred hil  Interest
iu the Embro mineral .-lain..
i nk' __r.'«'ti.— tlrtit I the underaigned
cooWner with you in the Embru min-
eral claim iltuate on nuth tide of Lardeau river l,etnei-ii Rupiil and i',.;!Hr
ereeki in the Trout Lake m ning diviiion
of W. Kootenay. have performed the ne*
. eaaary work and n.a.le the necessary ••*.
fienditure on the above-mentioned
claimi for the yean 1904and 1905, in
..r<ier io hold ihe una nnder lection -t
of thu Mineral Art, and the yeais f.,r
which . ni.I work was perfdHMU mnl !>■
penditnre made haviiiK expired, I hereby give you notice that if within 90
dayi Irom 'he Brat publication hereof
i .rn fail nr ri-fuiie t.. contribute your proportionate ihareof iuch expenditure and
pay the t-.ii.te ..f thii auvertiaement,
viir Intereal In the -aid mineral claim
will liei'ome the property of the nnder-
- ....  I un.ler  im' by virtue of   »e. lion 4
of il.e Mineral Act Amendment Act
llllK).
Dated at Trout Lake thia 6th day of
Inly. 1906 Ikkd C. Kiiiott,
jiilv", 06 Co-Owner
Review Job Dept.
Kor Higli-Claei Work. ,
ardeau
Hotel
Baa
to
Sandy Laughton
Proprietor.
WHEN fiaiting  Ferguson you
should itay at the Lardeau
».____     Hotel.    Here  the   visitor
(yj      will   be   eurrounded   with
raj      home comforts.   Excellent
I    culeine,     well   ventilatetl
and    warm   rooaii.    well
itocked bar,  and  everything which
lei de towards   making your visit s
pi. ,**.,uit and memorable one.
Kiites from fl day upwards.
We Ntrlve to pliMie our patrons.
FERGUSON.
a
:Q
MACKINNON  and
SUTHERLAND
m
tn
General
Merchants.
_M_M_M
FERGUSON - - B. C.
B
NUTlt'K To Hl-:i.lMyi'KN'i' rii.i,w,N_lw
To JaintH lirant,  11.  U. Muel .„.| Ui„|
Juinei It hn,r, nr t"   whgmioevor
they mav liHie tramfei rod their in-
ter.-Ht ill the  Sl|te   I..in.-Ml el.ill.i.
Takaiioticu thii i u
p '*n.-i with you in tli. Tlatii n
.luim, iltuate ".. South tide oil l .
im-r between Rapid ami Poplar ereeki
in the Trout Lake Mining Division ol
Utn Kootenay, have performed the
neeeiiary work mei madi the neoenai ■
oxpendltuna on the above meiiflbiied
claim for ll.e vearn 11101 ami Iniir,, |r|
order to hold tne "nine nn lur KCtiOO L'-l
of the Mlnesal Act, ami lhe yearn for
*liich rmil Hoik vmii performed and ex-
I-eiel.tun- made having expir.-.i, i [iere*
I.y give yoii noli.-, ihai u «itl.n BO dayi
from ihe limt ptibtlcatioii hereof yoa
inii.'. refuse to contribute your propor-
iioniite share nf bucIi expenditure and
pay the c. -1- of tin., ndvertiiemenl your
interent in -he nni.l mineral claim Will
become the property of tho nnderiigned
under and hy Virtue of tii-.'iion 4 of the
Mineral let Amendment Act, I'.iOO.
J»at"' at Trout   I.ak« thii 17th duv of
July, 1003, JAMI-.s BXELL,
Co-Owner,
It pays to use the  Telephone.    A I   i
lengthv trip can often be saved.  Of) I
■i  '   ivie-'-n   < HmiiiiriH' Store ; Trout
Lake, Poll Oflice; alio at Beaton, Coi
nml Arrowhead
POPLAR      DIRECTORY
Grand Hotel
FIRST-CLAS3 BAR,
A. NO. 1 ROOMS.
vnici:.
Coppei <.-•!.wti mineral claim, .itnati)
in th.* iioui l.uke raining diviiion of
u'r-t Kootenay rin.tri.-t.
Where located    I!.» viiv,.r Oup n.o'iii
tain, about \%   miles   from  Silver Cup
mine.
Take notice that I, Frederick Charlei
Elliott, K.M.C. Nn. B88041 a.tini* as
.in.-nt for Charles L. C ipp, r M C. No.
B8318S, Charlei McNlcholl, K.M.C.
No. B78011. ami John W. Wwtfall,
K.M.C. No. B8r964, intend, idxty da/i
frolii   the   dttS   hereof,   to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a Certificate of
Improvements; for the purpose of obtaining ii Crown C.rant of the above
claim.
And   further take notice that ..
under lection 87, muni be commenced
before the iuuauce of Certificate of Im-
.   "!l!F.
Dafod ihii llth dav of Aug. A.n. 1906.
I8-8-] -
Royal   Hotel
Fancy Bar,
Musical lintertalnment
Bulletin   Bourd, World's
Mining News.
E L. MORAND, -  PROP.
Balmoral Hotel
"^zr
»^T*^
-0P
\iKitorn  t.,  ForgUlOU   may  rely upon  the verv best of
accommodation  at thie  well-known hotel     Rooms sre
well  furnished  thioughout.    The  liar is stocked with
a choice aHHortment of palatable quenchers.
}X_
Under the Management of S. SUnger
3
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietors
-VMYTHIXQ  MKW   amj    ki Kuril.ash   i.n   am, HKhfkoth
Fire  Proof Safe
Tlie lioii.e In mocked wlili um r>-.-_i wines ami L'l»ar« on the mr-rket.
Trout    Lake,
Dominion Hotel The CENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
H
U"in ii Lmkiiij: for :i pine ■ to spend
y.'tir holidays, bi nr in mind
tliAt   Tr.'iit    Lake   la   an
Ideal   summer  resort.     The
scsneryjMid climate are magnificent
TIME    TABLE
S.S. ARCHEP or S.S   LARUHAU-
Runolog betwei n .
ion ami (jomspllx, eoinmeocln|r Q«.*u>
tier Utb,   I003|   »iil   sail   a-  I
weather perm illng.
Leaving Arrowhead for Boatonand
Comaplix, 1« Ice daily—lok an.)   I
LeaI-nil* Beaton and Comapl x f...
Arniwhead, twice dally— 7:15k and
IHit.lk.     .Makini*    cloe. r.nui.
with all C P. It. Steaincrt. ami I
Tbe owners l-aaerve the ri^ht to
chance times of sailings without
notice.
Tha Umpire Lumber Co., Limited.
I-irnt-Clasa in every respect.
The Travelling public carefully
tuken eart'fjf.
My & Nelson • Props.
i
The Review
is the best
Advertising
Medium
in the
Kootenays.
It Has the
Largest
Circulation.
It Under tbe same Muiiuf>ii(.-„t.
E. R. VIPOND
Trout* Loke Livery
Freighting
Packing
Rawhiding
A SPECIALTY.
Stables at TrouL Lake.
TROUT LAKE HOTE
Excellent   Accommodation
Best Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   H
John Simpson,      Proprietor.
it
TROUT LAKE CITY
THERE have   been   fortunes
iii.nl.' l>y Judicious Investment in   lvral Estate, ami
more fortuii - will be made than
ever the  ueil   two or three years.
l b .' .':." reaps the harvest is
the original Investor, fur he has
his monev ou a certainty,
Now lei ii*. i>.'iiit nut to vmi thnt
there i* im better spot nn ibf* flBii-
tin'ut to buy Real Estate than
TROUT LAKK.
Trout Lake in the prettiest spot
In  the Knoteiiiiv-i; ns n pleasure
resort it has no equal. H-.nting
hii'I flailing iiiny he indulged in
tho yrar round ; while hi;* ^anio
in abundance is t.> thu rmiuil mi
lhe hills. lis climate is superb,
there In ing no great extremes, il
being mild in winter nn.l cool in
iunmer.     It can beast of gome >.f
lhe finest lintels   Hlnl lesi.lelli'.'S ill
British Columbia, [tsstrcets are
well lai.l out and graded. There
aro two excellent genera] stores,
an.l a glance at the advertisements
iu this  journal   will  show  thai all
tmiles nre fairly well represented.
Write wiih confidence to Agents.
H. McPherson
Agent
Trout Lake, B.C.
iif
IHI
Lots can be
obtained on
EASY
TERMS.
Make your
selection at
once.
Then call on
or   write  to
*•"
.♦ S * i
IT 1ms never hail a ' hooni "—its
growl li has been steady. It is
(he 11ml i f navigation, ami
lhe terminal of the Lardo luanch
of the C.P.R. All roads (In the
Lardeau) lead to Trout Lnkc. It
is the commercial centre of the
rk'liist mineral district on the
continent, ami has banking facilities provided by lhe Imperial
Hunk of Canada ; firsl-clase school
accommodation under the illcer-
lii.n . f 8. Shannon, 11.A.; a good
water system ; government < dices;
County Court sittings; Methodist
Episcopal and Anglican churches
nml cottage hospital.
There are valuable ranch lands
on lhe outskirts iiwaitin*. settlers.
Its lumber resources are tnagnifi
cciit, nnd a band saw mill with a
capacity or (50,000 ft. per day Is nt
the lead df the lake. Tho mines
tiihulniy are proving out bigger
producers every year, with new
prospects opening up rich bodies of
ore,
There will be a big rush Ibis
sum in er, so if you would know
more, write nt once to fit hoi of
the agents at the addresses below.
F. B. Wells
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.C.
_!
'aiaiaiiiiiiuaiiiiiiiiiUiiiiUiUiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiuiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiUiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiUiiUiiii .   '
Jcfo Printing of every description will be faithfully executed at the Review Job Depf.
 -
Ferguson
Freighting
and
Packina
Outfit.
r.i.iinicls enteiel m'o for pack in: of Mining Supplies, etc.
In ni).' point in tlie district.
iiii...l, prompt service, and nny work undertaken guaranteed
satii factory.
S. DANEY, Prop. - Ferguson
W.  Abrahamson
Contractor
And Builder.
Owner of the Abraham-
son Addition to the
Towns! te.
Get a  Home
Foi   Yourself.
1 Don't Pay Rent.
Easy Terms.
Imperial  Bank of Canada.
Head Office:
TORONTO.   ONTARIO.
Lcnnoxville
^~ Hotel.
E. MOBBS. PROP.
Hotel and
General Store
Capital Authorised, 14,000,000
Chi itnl [pui I up] -   ...500,000   	
lies i   -       -      -    8,600,000
Branches In tbe Northwest Territories, Provinces of British Columbia, Manitoba,
Ontario and Quebec.
T. 11. MERBlTT, President. . . R. WII.KIK, Yice-Pres. and (ien. Man.
E, HAY, Assistant Gen. Manager.       \V. MOFFAT, Chief Inspector
11 .in     Lake,     R.    C iir.n.l.    *.    Oeneral    Hanking    limine.    Transacted
Bavingi Department—Deposits received nml interest allowed.
DraftsRold available in nil parts of (n.mda,
United siiitrsun.l Europe,
H|M-.-liil ntttMilin.i kIvcii to collectlona ami
Mlnins i-'Mii*-
r. B. BAKER,
rianaRcr
LEQAL.
| - 3-v r.*y ;. V ;CM*4**»<*«ri_- W_J.;f _-OOW '-Us _=*_-■«&
V
FRED 0. ELLIOTT,
BABRI8TER.Ni .wlY
PUBLIC, ETC.,
Trout Luke, ll. C.     ami Ferguson.
lien. H. Mi-li.rlir, J. A. Harvey
A. M     I'liilihi.l.i.
HARVEY McGARTGR & PINKHHAM
BOUCITOB8, Etc.
REVELSTOKE   B. C
-<i.Ie111rr» lor Imperial Hunk of Canada
w. I. BBIGG8        J. M. BCOTT, u.si
Scott 6. Briggs
KarruU-rn nml Solicltori
I a
Bolicitort for Molson _ Bank.
REVELSTOKE   -    B. C.
GERARD
B   C.
The B C. ASSAY and i 11 irtlCAL
SUPPLY Co., Ltd.
Vaxcouvaa. B. C.
Headquarters tor Aaaayera, Mining and
Mill Supplies. Sole airenl* in B. C. for
Morgan Crucible Co.,"Battersee, Bng-
laud ; K. \V. Braun 4 Co.'a Patent Cary
Furn net*. Burners, etc. : Wm. Ainsworth A t'o.'i Fine Balance*, etc.. etc.
WOOD    VALLANCE    HARDWARE CO- LTD.
Hardware, Miners* Supplies, Stores
and flanges.
NELSON, B.C.
^4-<-r« »■»♦♦» ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»»»♦♦♦«♦
E.L. —^_=_
I MASTERSON I
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QlNBUt   M Kuril ANT
Miners'
Supplies
POPLAR   -   -   B.C.
I »«.♦♦ e»^» »»»»e»ee mv«*»m \
ALEX.   CRAWFORD
THE   PIONEER
Livery and Dray Stables
Saddle, Tack and Cartage Hor8e» Always for Hire
Freighting. Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
Daily Stags leaves   Beaton al 12 o'clock for Trout Lake  Ferguson and Can. borne
Leaves Ferguaon, via Trout Lake for Beaton al 7 a.m.
Branch Stables at Trout Lake, Beaton, Ferguson and Camborne.
500 Cords
Skbwood
FOR SALE....
Apply:
MMWiir Ur Craig
ll
City Drug Store
PROPRIETARY ,
MEDICINES
__
PRESCRIPTION        „
WORK.      iH'
\
Bohool Supplies.
Toilet Artioles,
Eto.
BTRI0TLY0A8H
¥ ►-""     A FULL LINK OF CHOICE STATIONERY.     *~i
-»d
WINDSOK HOTEL
TROUT LAKE,  Et  C.
Best Hotel in Town,
Headquarters for Mini and Ccniercial Men.
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE    FIR3TCLASS
D. R. McLENNAN,   PROPRIETOR
D_SS_5B_S__SB_3K5B5_3__©_aBai
The Lardeau Brewing
 Company	
TROUT   LAKE   LODGE
NO. 41
I. O.O. F
It.nul.ir in. i iln.. held In
(>il.ir.-ll..M'K    Hull   i.vi-ry
Tui-Kiluy ii Ik 1.1 ut   -
..'.-i.M-k     vttttlnt  broth-
ara oordlall; traleoax.
o. Jacobaon, N. 0.1 A. W.J line H *_.*<«•
TUSCAN   LODGE,
No39.
AF.  & A.M.
3rd   Thursday each
month,
Visitors Welcome
G.Forddred, Pec. H. MoPherson, WM
m
Lager Beer
and Porter.
Draft (S. Bottled.
j *. _= _?________ ®__SS_e
©K
Barber Sbop
flood Shave or Hair Cat
 CAt.L OK	
0^B^»_®B_®B_©B_©BSSB_®_^©BB E
I
William Schnelf,
I'EROl't-ON and TUOIT LAKE.
Hot and Cold Baths-
A.'.,tr.Un'.,        .... ,\ ..'.  t .r
J. C. MURRAY,
TROUT LAKE, B. C.
Oi.lt.*/r eompsttys'   llttereetl carefully
I ..kill nftrr.
Atrul t..r i iuurlavl 1'lulM
V. M. Westfall & Co.
BULBS
:BULBS
'Mliunc llnik.r-.
Mining I'i-..;-rll." Ilrprirtfrl un.
Mini h.iii.I l'n-|. ii« ll<. .Khl ami Si.ltf.
Mln in ll I "repel lien I Muk. rtl Alln r<*> Nun lit.!-
dr'At>.
Ijtrt.nn   *..ovr>
K«ci>-ilhia'>ilV**
Trout Luke, B. C.
K01ICI TO 0O-OWHBRS.
To Jarner* 'Iriint,  or to wfiornnoevir lie
may Intve tttittenei >ri•« interest in
ths Gremwell mineral Hninig.
Take notice thsl -TO. t lit- midt-rHr^iifl
ro owner ivitli yon in tha Cromwell
mineral claim, annate on head -if Brow n
ereeki in Tronl Lake mining illvltlon of
W. Koot.-ii.iy, have performed ths necessary work nn.l made the ucceeaar**expenditure oo al. ive-menHoiiod cults
tor the years 1004*1905, In order te hold
tlie nni ind.'r MCtil in 24 of tlie Mineral Act, and I lie vear for wliir-li mid
work wan nerfonned having expired. I
l.crel.v give yea notice that Ifwithto '.hi
dayr from tin* lirnt piiblienlion here..I
yon fell nr refuse tOOOnl ril.nt.- y..nr pro*
Dortionate hIhiii- of *-ncli expenditure
ana pay the cost of this advertisement
your Inter.-st in |hs ."Hid mineral .Iiiiii*
von b -i-oiiii. the property of the under-
•iHiu'.l under nn.l I.y virtue ol Hcrtion *
of the Mineral Act Amendment Act,
1IKX).
Dated thii 18th day of 0<-tofn*r, A.n
.ItHMi. B. M. Mokoa.n   /
'    IVoct     A. U'. Smith      '•Co-O.iii.-r-.
S.J.   (il_ll*ll      \
* jRssa^ituj =
GeldorSOver fl fin
Gold end Mirer  $-' 00
Silver and l-a-l  ... 2 60
r..|ii*r     I 00
Zinc fl   fit)
5   SHAMNON,  tssayer
hhhimiv n. c
BULBS
0. B N WILKIE, P.L.S.,
Provincial I.nnd Survrj-or,
flilnr.-r.il Claimi Snrreyrd
and Crown Orrantf Obtained
A. C. FRASER, aHL__ie
BULBS
Reildenea   Neat Raaord OfBae,
Irimt 1j,u.   i: (; '
:BULBS
W. H. Jones,
LOOSS    f eaf    Itinderc,    Fine   Job
Printing.
NELSON, B. C.
Starke? ti? Co.
VTHOLBBALE DBALBKS in Hutfor,
Kltitn,    < 'I..-.- -.-,    I'rodtiro   an.l   Fruit.
Hoiiilon rtk..Joe«phiriv M. Nel...*n, Il.C.i
LAKEVIEW HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, B.C,
Bar well Supplied with Liquors & Cigai-f
Large Comfortable Rocin.   Btoalleftt Ctllibe and Attendance.
Madden & Levesque
Props
P.Burns&CoJF.B. Wells,,
(MBVJBLOTOKB, B.C.
RAW FURS
WHOLEflALB ;akl>  retail
Meat
Merchants
DctUerBln all kind,, of Fronh Mint
TROUT LA K_, B.C
BOUGHT
CA5H   PWCES   PAID

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