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TROUT LAKE MTV, B.C.,   HARCrl 10, 1905.
our Tons a Day
rom Beatrice.
HOAXIONS ARE IN FAVOR
the Lucky Boy has a car ol $150
ore Hlnckcil al tho O.P.R, sheds
awaiting the opening of transportation.
Alec. McLean, the lessee of the
lliii'se Shoe, came down Tuesday.
Tills MINE BECOMING  lie itatoi that the property iiturn-
\ FAMOUS SHIPPER. ingoutgood.    There is now about
nyo tons 0! high-grade ore un the
,     .  1 ,,.  i„ ,i     dump,   which   will be rawbiili'il to
let  a   long, haul simple tin*,        '
.,        1,11      _    1   1 the steamboat lauding as quickly
ncc Mines, Ltd., have reached "       l       •>
1      , .     .'us possible.      The   ore   as sampled
Iii    111   tin-   develo uncut  of     . ' '
wi 1 run easily 1180 per Ion.
Ore is being rawhided down from
lhe Lucky Boy every day nnil
stored at the O.P.R. sheds until
navigation is resumed.
The local fishermen tire nil on
lhe hunt for periwinkles to use fur
bait to lure the wary greyiing to
destruction,      Don't   forget  the
printers if you make a good catch
i ir property which assures suc-
| .   Mrs.  II.  V. Anderson and
F I'liliniT who have practically
kin 11 (-•< 1  and  caiiied on the work
lv   in  bo  congratulated on the
lien did   result  of  their years of
Bird work.
Tin property it now producing
iur tone of high grade copper ore
r day, which  is being rawhided
iwn the hill   ti)  transportation.
now Btrike was made in tho 85
li.ni driftr from which a no foot
Promising Properties Awaiting the, u_,_^__. __ _
Coming of Capital to Further      "*
Jack   Senti   returned   rucsday
Develop Them. ,li■-1,, hom n,u,k "here he has
been holidaying for the past week.
-.. ,     , Rev.   A.  _. Bharpe,   wi 1 visit
situate ut thc head of Canyon assaying 15 o?.s,  in silver and 00 Beaton   .,,.,,   Camborne   Bondav
craelt are some partially developed  per cent. 4ead. ,-, ......        ,     '.,,
, . ' nil moon, at which places he will
properties whiol^ for good showings     No. I v..,, igof quarts and is:: hold set vices.   The evening service
(■anno,  be surpassed.    The _ta -feet wide.    Very little has been ;„ Tr„u,   Lake will beconducted
tion i« good, being only about 8 done on this  \,.;,,!, Iind no assay, by local helpers
miles from transportation, and on I taken.   In  the different leads are
too be forjnd sulphides, argentif. r-,    " \ J™ tht c,iU[''" M,,n'!"-V ni*ht
'.0 tako charge of the engine room
■i the Proctor.    D. Stevens, super
NO. 18.
A Deal on G. N.
Mountain. \*
\ *._*,
ROSSLAND   PARTIES   AFTER
' A WELL-KNOWN GROUP OF1
PARTIALLY      DEVELOPED
PROPERTIES.
ou- galena, gray copper, sulphii
of  ilver and chlorides.
an easy wagon Wad grade.
Among he numb r is thc Llnson
View property, consisting of six
eliiiins owned by I'. A. Lindgreenl    fi    i   , .-iter power is availabli
und M. Kelson.   On thi ■ ••
tour distinct   veins  running with      1      .
the formation.    The No. 1 vein i IA. Lfndr/rcen  ai I ■ !
Rossland pin ties are after a bond
on the St. Elmo, blue Hell, nnd
True Fissure claime on the Great
Northern hill. The proposition
made to the owners is for 11 short
int. ndent of boat engineers for the bond, work to be started at once.
C.P.R., also cane- In, and the Pr.
p   tor machinery is receiving atbor*
.1 ugh overhauling
4 ft. wide, in  whii h is exposed a
pay.--1- ak  of (i b. 21 iii' hes.    An
A Pleasant Evening.
open-cut (? 1 1 fe
A  social   in honor of   Miss  Eva
Henderson   was held  in tho Odd-
irgt ly to tie stuping ground.
A large body 'if good concentra-
ii d ore hi       ' opened up which
ill nol . r, be bandied un.
I   either a   mill is installed or
transportation   facilities   are   im-
I.
[Mohican   Going
Ahead.
bwNERS WITH SMALL CAPITAL PROVIDE  FUNDS FOR
propeh : v i\ wiih'ii rni:\
HA .■■;      SFIDENCB
fellow's Hall on Tuesday night.
Miss Henderson has acted us assistant postmistress in Trout Lake
for the past six months, and In
that capacity has iniide herself
very popular, and as the young
lady was leaving to join her parents ut Grand Forks. U.C, nil her
friends were anxious that her final
memories should be pleasant ones.
The affair proved  to be a very en-
ituated "ii  Haskins   Creek,   nnd
onflista <.i six claims.   The aiti- Placer Operations Begin.
icil a tude of   !;is  property i.- 5,000 to 	
pnystreik of 81n bi A haft has] 7,600 feeij above sea level. The W. N. Dunphy, who has charge
been sunk lo n depth feet, group is located on the same fur- of the placer workings is busy get-
showing ore all t!.e_ way nation aa the Silver Cup, and the ting the flume cleaned of ice. If
20 inches wide. Ad if I hi e is ven similar,. the weather holds mild there will
driven from the  bottom  of   this     Th_   property   ia   about   three he a clean-up next week.   Bo far
shaft cutting'hrough 21  incl     of miles south-east of the Silver Cup, the clean-ups that have been made been driven for 186 feet, for which
payors.    From this drift a ind two _od-a-hfllf miles from tin- have  proved very satisfactory to
baa been sunk lor 15 feet si C.P.R    The vein is in graphite, the company.
a continuous body of ore.   i       . 1   md can be tr ced on six claim.-.     It  it expected that the officers j foot of cju
test shipment*-wei   -. ido from the A drift tunnel hat been driven on and principal men of the company average val
follows lithe vein of the Kottora Dollar, 140 will  •>
and it is altogether probable that
their offer will be accepted.
The showings on the property
are excellent, and with development ought to prove out winners.
On the-St. Elmo 11 inches of clean
and 3 to -I ft. of concentrating ore
is exposed, giving good values.
About 185 feet of tunneling bus
been done.
On   the  lilue   Hell a tunnel has
property, giving results ai
Ottlbs.fromabaft, value* |IS6pei ton    feet, th
2000  "       '        1 !() ,.
1800  "      "   drift     "       187J50 : ':'""
A considerable amount of ore ia
mi the dump awaiting
.in scuts have been made for 33
and 701 '. cutti 1 through 4 to 5
:: ; o-e giving
- I |33.«0 p r t 11.
next month. We be- On the True Fis-ur. the ore is ex?
streak of which runs lieve that they have a good paying p * 1 in two places showing from
. j,, 4 j ,j Across' proposition ahead of them. Tiie 1 i to5feetof concentrates averag-
1 which cuts a quartz gold is there, and it is just a mat- ing 130.00 per ton.
if   carrying   galena"I tor'of handling it  right  to secure     The situation of the property its
\V
ority of the owners
■ii- in  K01 ti nav. cs-
joyable one.     The evening   was  M No' 2 "J"  ia ll"
■pent with games and dancing, and Nol ' an<1 1U"~ ParaUel ffith
, ,, .        ,, . ,1       ' and  is opened   up  by .
, at 11 p.m. the company sat down * '
11    . i-  1 . xi      : open cut     .;
to an excellent light supper.    .Mrs.   . ■ . '
..I., ,  1 1     m      m 1 inch.-, which    --. \    200
t nl. (mrrison assisted by Mrs. \\.j ' '
,, • 1, 1  11 ton.   No,3 vi -.1 ; -  1 I    ' n
Adams gracefully   sujiei-intended
,1 *»••     11     1 iicdded 111  L'rapbitc. Btmilar :
the prog amine.     Miss Henderson ,    r   *,
left  town  on   Thursdnv morning. S),lvor["1'     '
ami the good wishes of •verybodyj M"PP*    o1
   • ,1 . _,. lore  from  8 to '
Th   main '-" "ll return
cy copper
rivine
Frank Abey brought a nicelini
1
1
d,   and   if    handled   properly
should be a big producer.
1 with him from  the coast I j~ 1     _>.
t the post He Ground Covered
■   ,,.    \. 1.1 a   vou a
.1 , ("nop iii and Eee them
on tne       l
to ii it.     A. Fh tshman, traveling jeweler
'ii inch and pork-shyirt,  was in this week
by ''Review.
»i
l.-ii'dcaii ami TfOOt   '" '">v" MWrWBtTBl_d
re wailing to secure — ""
in  assist in the de-      The annual meeting of the Trout
vcH-ryat   ShylockJWE   INDULGE  IN   A  LITTLE
ne of the bova who 1
in
ir  properties,   a
iragcoualy,  if slowly,
as   fast ;\^ their own
rn it. aaya the Nelson
Lake Kink Oo. was held some time
ago. when   the  following directors
were elected  lo govern affairs for
the ensuing year i A. M. Craig, X..
A   notable instance  Abrahamson, O.   W. Abruhaiuson.j(iOVFKNMl..M
It Passes Second
1
Beading,
us.
Thi-..
another
of
SELF-ADVERTISING WHICH
PROVES THE WORTH OF
FOUR  l.i'CAL n.'JUIER.
tt of tho owners of  the Mohi-j Louis Levesque. .ind J. ('. Murray.
.   .    .   th    Nettie I... and The first meeting of the new board
m it by n slope.
D.N.  MoTavish, representati1
was held   on   Monthly night, when
(1.   W.   Abi.ih nison   was   elected
:, Nelson and district of the Scran- president,  L. Levesque vice-presi-
1. n cm n -p. ml. nee school, Is one dent, A. M. Oraig treasurer, and J.
of  the  owners.     Mr.   *M>'lavish, p Murray secretary.
-peaks of tin-claim iiml its history      A. W. Etlge   is   busy   finishing
•    followa: tl,,.   painting  of  the  new school
" None of  the  owners are   men
with large capital.   Most of them
PASSES   INTo  COMMTI
AT VICTORIA   BY .
;   ' . 1W
d A   '
.. .down
are Rossland men. We have been
at it since 1.i.-t sitiiimcr. We assess
ours. Ives and have been expending abonl UK) a month. After
drifting about 100 feetwehavea
rga I ody 1 1 good ore in sight. In
the course of development we tot,k|"l-,ir
building.
\V. lilenn and wife were in from
the ranch this Wei k.
Awakened by the yelps of bis
fox terrier pup. Alex. McLean
who had been peacefully dreaming
in his cabin at the Horseshoe of the I B Luge in< r- as
he   left behind him," ilis-j    John Oliver (Delta), who hot
holding    anti-tax    D
[Special to thi   !'     ;: '■'..]
Victoria. March V.—Tl 1 1
rending of the Bess ol Acl passed by
a vote of 28 to 17.
Hon. F. J. Fulton. Minister of .,
Education,  gave the lion- a 1 Ic.r  s.,(* :
and concise exposition of the pro- f*
posed Act.    lb* pointed out that dmtnutjetccenta,"Fattier, forgivi
the estimates, for mads, trails ind them, for thev know not what thev
1 denunciatory
1 i x 1.limed in
Lie machinery h '* no1 often Wl' atten,P* to °"
J our own columns for self advertising, and we ask the sufferance of
onr leaders for this our first.  11-rc-
■ :   thi   boys •*rc'wil,| llV •„„-,,.. province-and states
:.    Silvt r l up and •>-, tj|(, ^,,.,,,,,,,1 „■,. ,.,,Vl.r .
•:il"-   !n • '''- ■■'"• ocethe town has     Towngin R. c.—Victoria, Van-
pretty lively during the week.    ,uv,,._ NiNV  Westminster, Kam-
\\'i,i per!   Dr. Robins nleavca   oops, Grai I Forks, OUalla. Lardo.
h> 1 '   "•   l*hoenix,  Turgoosa,  Illecillewaet
.the   rth—but not alone!   ircGuigaD Revelstoke, Arrowhead,
Ci . th   oil-can i rend v. , ,, ,- ■>
, Camborne, Beaton, Ferguson, lop-
r7i        j fy '1   iu'. Easlo. Sandon.  Nelson,   Ross*
IraCleS -UOUnCll^aml.       Every    province   in   the
Dominion. The states 0f Sontb
Dakota. Ohio. Illinois. Minnesota,
N. Dakota. Utah,Colorado, (.'alitor-
Reorganized.
tbe estimate* wr roaas, ii.ui- inai^^ for thev know not what they «. uaxota, uian,wjioni«o,u.u»wS
bridges amounted to •248,900.00, or [do/ * CITY Mba i_bl   io   h,--;\'I nin, Michigan, Washington, Mon*
adeems* of nearly2i times, whil. ; ' T,,„ ,. .     down-without ap*     S^JjJ?  n^nnvlr im   tann' N' t':,r,,linM' ******  Nl'w
in education if was over f4-ift,000.0Qpla,        1 tion could      MATTER^   0t    (,!,,'A '   JM" Jersey. New   York. Pennsylvania,
a large irrr-rcas .. ' ,': ,,, "',-      PORrANCE. Rhode Island, Oregon and Wiscoii-
II c rolll»e ol   .leveiopilli'lll  »i' ii«.»       r ■ i ,    ...
,,• one carload     It paid 129 a oovewd that his roof was,... fire, been   holding   anti-tax
ton above  ill expenses.   At that -V P""»pt M«on he was able to throughout hiaconsttu,
timewi gotafairlVg 1 offer forh«M»e *» flwna*   W« returned teriy opposed the I
..... :.i. 1.: .  :...    .,.,,.,.1 1„,.- r,,\ei n..   i o-
i.e incidt nt is merc-
ere as a -; ecimen of
- .1 lv*
in  the
■• .! thi
imbued with a spirit of progres-
iveness a thoroughly rcpresenla-
oated borrowing or
In- direct taxatii
lhe p,'..|.rlv  and some of  us wen   m-lumber later on with Ins canine eaieu Borrowing "■         ,
disposed to a pi it    But othere P°< 'ir"llv »°«ked ln 1,ij *mt> a>"1 '•>•,lir,f,t »Xtt"on
obi!   „il am,  argued  that bv *v.H- wtal   he   agiil,   awoke, bis bushy! MttnW (Chi liwack) .ndMurphV
ing and working on w« would pro- muitache was In close proximity (Cariboo)   both   spoke tion
i.ali'v  gel  a   ..bowing that   would to ^ velvety note of  his faithful same  line*,  tdvocatmg  the
r.sult in a sale on far better terms.! comrade. ''T',  "i,            rv        „v    . nl W-
., ,       , W-J. Bowser (vancouveri ably
Thai  argument  prevailed  und we!    stm,  $\\m,T ixut\   Mrs. Sliuger
declined the offer. took advantage of the balmy sun-
" We then decided to drive an   shine weather and paid Trout Lake
other tunnel between 800 and 700
{• 11 to strike lead again.    Several
hundred feel have already been
driven. We lene only three men
winking on It, We may not strike
the h ad until Ati| nst, but 1 think
it will he by the end i f June*
" Wo have incurred very little
expi use for management, our aim
has  been    to   make   every   dollar
count on the actual hole in the
ground. It is nol likely that any
Startling news will come from the
property foi several months. We
nre all fairly well pleated with it
nnd content to wait.''
ii visit on Tuesday
Jack   McKiiiiion   and faniilv, of
Ferguson, spent Sunday in town.
In the pie-enting contest last
Friday night at the M E. church
social, Freddy Vipond won out by
a nock. He was hard pushed by
Fred Adams,
Schoolmaster Shannon wus laid
up with la grippe  during the first
'I :,    M \'   ; . rn-- (i \t l.Kiiv
Duke (
sill. Our foreign circulation includes England. Ireland, Scotland
and V ales. We send out every
week over 100 copies free to all tile
different mining journals and principal newspapers  in United States
supported the   bill,   pointing out
that the constituent' i i of tin al dv
advocates of  dir 11   taxation   liv'
cost the government  last year for general manager Al
education alone $89,000.00, while who was al  one tlmi
the total  luxes  paid  iii  bj them  th   work   of the Norl
was only 128,000.00, the oxpendi-lopmcnl   Co   a   Camborne.    Duk
ture   not   including   building   or hna  been  in  I tricl now fo
maintenance.  He also «howod> that aboul  three years,
vealih in   111    ■ .. of friends who o
at losing h'ni. but cla I to  ■  e l...
\.     ,       Ing  t f   cilitens   and
trade* id in tho Review build-
i     |        vuning to rejuvenate the
almost defumt Trades Committee,ft|^ ,..,n.i(i',.
~<—* and  aft r open   liecussion it wai      liv g|ving  Pliable news of thu
ipagne. whohaefoi unanimously       I   I to re organise j division we hope to push thlt dis-
.....    i..ht foreman at  'hat   body  and   at   in" same time  .,.;,,,   *,y(. svi,|om publish anything
Mill red etion plant, left thia work  ttl°ng auch lines as would but looal n0Wi<   i„ this good work
ih     tor Salt Lake City.    He '"■   '"   harmony with recognised I we Mlt j^ ,,, oo-openkte withm
to accept o  pos'tion with the boaitls of  trade   in   the   near*et| by letting us know  what you are
... Milling<"o. a.   assistant lo Cl' | doing on your properties so that we
Ii..    fficialsof the new Council may |8t the outside world know
,; were then nominated, and electlona tna< m liavi, ,|1(, _chett adnlng
v i   wire as followa;   Pn sidi nt..). A. diatriot on the continent rigbtberc.
Griffiths ;   Vici President, T.   1!
'.'.-.!   .- ■   Bec-treasurer,   Newman
the per capita wen
tricts was greater than in any other
I of the country.    Mr.  Bowser
'1     il:
i in ■ oi Innci
pa 1
also   read   a   speech   made   by the i
hon. member tor Delta, where he
part of the week. The school, bow- opposed the bill ol 1901, which he
ever was not doted down, owing to now upholds jutl as  bitterly as In
is opposing the present one.
Mr. Liiiis (Alberni) also a.hoc ,-
ted the prlncipleof direct taxation
The d, hntt   on  tho pari of th •
two ol the elder scholars, (iract
Mcl'herson antl Lulu llollenbeck
rising to  the ocoatlon and putting
the  younger ones   through   their
Seeding i. in progiess at I'eaton    leggons.    More power to Iheii.!
pppotiti
■ i, ai '..in tt
ire of
Mrs. Frank Hooker won the td«
v. riis "iiieut competition at the
Social on Tuesday.
.,,., ,rtfttion problem. Saw-      Ekhati-.m.-Ii, our Uttueof the
n  hii new sphere of *u.H  difficultv, and Incorporation 8rd Inst, we made mention of the
discussed at length, and re   ore reserves In the Triune, stating
life.   It  i- fear.'1 by many, how- w-"
ever, that " bis nibs " mighl possi- s 'l\ttiont were ad..| t.-i
bly contract the polygamous habit     It was agreed that
i   n   i ■      i.-  ,   , ..   • i shin fee be so a year,
nnd allv liiiuselt   to too manv side        ' , ...
,, ,    , yearly. urndo ore.    We apologise  to tin
partners      ""  "ays  he has everv '   „,, '     .,       .,      ,• ,       .-!.... ,   ,    .;
■ . •       lhe    Council   adjourned   untl'   ir.unc people for the error.
«>nfl " '   U| himself, and promises >|,,l;,iav. March 20th,    Full repoi <
■!,   Ri    , , Know when Mrs. fit to-night's meeting wiU appear
I that there was 36Q tons concentra-
the member-' titi-tr  ore   valued  at 148,000.    It
'. payable half  should   have   read   886  tons high-
\ inco Lade, of the_Oyster-Cris
Did..   II. is an , ..tubli.-b .•<! fact.
il.At  WCI
ti rlon is B visitor tliis Meek. aSBVH
THE LARDEAU MINING
REVIEW.
Is l'riiit.Hl u! Troul l,nkt'('tl.v, unit I'nlilisliort
at borguaon mul Trout Lana every Ki-iiiu..
Tiio K.lltnr il.li'K  not   liohl   lliiltselI r.'ipolis
bu- for Mif opinion, ni' (MiTi'Hjii'iiiU'iiuex-
pi-obsud in its oolumnt
All Im-iils will lie I'linr-.'il nl I lie nili. of lo
rtttuta pel- lino, first insorUon, and lOoonu p.-.
lineeueli Biibaequent liim'itliin.
T.-rnisfor l'ramlent and oil or ftSvertlKlns
■i-iii he imuii.' known on application nt office
M ibiOriptlOU ('.'.(Kill Vl'lll-. Ill IlllVllllOO,
MURRAY <_. ATHERTON Publishers
A   UNITED   CANADA.
One  people, one language, one
school,  is the only  principle   in
which Canada can expeet to take
In r place among the nations of ih
world.    A  house divided against
Itself cannot  Stand.     We believe
i.i a national S3 stein of education
— not two, but one- and if by thi
exigencies of the ease during tin
Federation period the two old provinces of upper and lower Cunaib
agreed on a dual system of educn
tion, there  ia  no reason why th
principle should be propagated ii.
tlie now provinces.   The im (nigra
t'on department nre inviting peopl.
of all religions and sects to adop
Canada  as  their home and setth
in the  great North-west.    Are w<
to give each sect n school for itself?-  one is jut-t as much entitled
to it us the oilier-—or are we by H
national school system to weld in
tu  one h innonioiis whole oil who
accept our invitation to become
citizen-?
now partially tli rninnt, owing to
the hick of transportation, Tho
needs of the Trout Lake and Lardeau divisions require, some cheap
method of ii'iinspoitiitiou. Electric lines are cheaper and can tap
poi'tious of the district where it
would be impossible for standard
gunge roadd to roach. In the Lat-
deau division a road of tli ia kind
could bo operated from Goat
mountain to deep water on the
Arm, which would be of lasting
benefit to numerous propeitlea. In
the Trout Lake division a road
could he opened from 10-Mile to
Trout Lake, which would tap
several produoing properties and
allowing numerous others to pro
duce which are at present closed
down.
Lands and Works.
CANCELLATION  OF RESERVE.
ivlR. SIFTON'S RESIGNATION.
The trouble in   the Dominion
Cabinet over tho  school   question
you want to SELL
you want to BUY
Correspond with the
Lardeau Mines
Exchange.
Wo have several Hood Proper-
tics lilted on which good terms
can be hud.
Lerdeau Miites Exchange,
" Review " Building.
Trout bake, B.C.
To Contractors.
TJRICKLAYER (Abstainer) wnnts
•*■** work. Write, itating wages offered to J.W. JOKES, Fort William. Out.
"The B. C. ASSAY and CH .fllCAL
SUPPLY Co., Ltd.
Vantouvkr, B. C.
Headquarters lor Assayers, Mining and
Mill supplies. Bole agents in B, ('. for
.Moiynn Crucible Co, llatiersra. Kmk-
IhihI ; K. W. Hra.in A Co.'l PatentCary
Furnaces, Burners, etc. : Win. Aint*
worth h Co.'b Fine Balances, etc, etc.
in thc  two new provinces has re
Hultid  in   the'resignation  of the
II m. Clifford Sil'toii as Minister of
lie Interior.    British C lnmbia is
entitled to representation in tin
Cabinet by a minister with portfolio,   it is one of the most pro-
(.resdva provinces in the fedora-
t'l-r, and being a seaboard province, has immense possibilities.
We have capable men represent
itifl; ii3 in the bouse, none more si
thati tho member   for the Koolen-
ays, Ib>n. W. A. Galllber.    We do
not travel ou the same line as the- ^ HOLESALE
Ion.   gcutlemaii   politically,   but
this ia a matter which should re-
reive the consideration of drit and
T«ry alike.
The mineral product of 1904.jjcalers in all kinds of Fresh Ment
run close lo twenty million do'lars,
ihu Kootenay country being the
main factor ; the products of agriculture for l'.in 1 amount*, approximate] v to ten million; our timber
ami lis'aeri. s industries nre also
huee, aud our claim for an active
member in the Cabinet should not
h' disregarded. The Hon. W. A.
tialliber is the man for the job,
11.id he should have it.
SP.Burns &Co
.1
HOLESALE   AND   RETAIL
Meal
Merchants
TROUT LAKE. B.C.
—1	
NOTIOBlB hereby »n-.-n Hint ttio tvHervn-
tlllll PKlalill-lli'il III puniuullP. (if Un' pnivl.
Hli.ns el 1 In " I'liliimblu ami Wi-m.-hi Hallway
Kuiisiiiy Act inm," nottoMorwblob wars pub*
IIhIh-iI (ii tiio llrltlsh i'..I'lini.iii Osteite mul
ilnii'il "Hi May. imiiI, and .in Juno 181*1, respeO-
lively, are hereby oaucelled,
OroWll lands Kltunleil \. Illiln ll.c area i-tn-
l.nunl I.y tlifsiild rosi-rvatlon will beopened
to Hiile, m-llb-nipiit, lca.0 and otberdUDOiltlon
until',- tbe prnvlalona of the " l*nii Act,"
tin-.-.- iiii.ntliN aiii-i- ih.- ilul.. ..I tho ilr-i pulh
lli'Htlnii ni 1 Iii- no; hv In thu Ui'ltlsh lloluiiihla
QoxeUo; provided, however, thai In all oaata
Wbere Inn.la nre an will', nroi-iupti'.l, lrnar.1 or
oilierwlio iiiii'iinii-d by lite Qoverume.it, and
lire aulisc.|„('Ully fbuiul, ni«... Ihu mirvey ol
tin' Cnliiiiilila and Western Itallwuy CiHti-
luiny'a blookl, l<> II. wholly or In part within su.'li lilni'ka, t.i.'ii (be ix-rsuna w, aruulrlus
siiili landa ahall nt'iuilre ll.e'r t.Uf* ilu-n-n.
iiem Un' Hallway Company, it lio.un.-annul
le drill   Willi    audi   ptintlinseni,   pre l-llll.llll'a,
lessii 1, en-., un the saiiu- t.-ruia ami cmndllli.na
j as Hie ....v.-t-ii 11.. ,11 would undi-r Ih* provl-
sl.iiiaof Ihe'■ l.niul Act," except In Na_Ot to
11 t 1.1 ..■ i- landa on th>> l'oni|»iny,a'.looks, whl.-b
si,all in- siiI.m-.-i In the ivtrlllalions Im.w.1 by
tin, Company relative to lie- cutlli,**nf limber
en I,>i> 1 '"liiiiii.lu and WeaU-rn Hallway l.nml
Unint.
W. B.G0BB,
Deputy Coiuinliulnner ol I jimls A Works,
Lands and Work. Department,
Victoria, lUl.,Hrd February, 1WB.       tea
Starke? & Co.
WHOLESALE DEALERS in Butter,
Kr(*s, Cheese, Produce and Fruit-
Houston Bk„ Josephine St. Nelson, B.C
IKe Nelson
Brewing Co.
Brewers of
Fine   Lager  Beer
and Porter
Masterson, Griffith
mm
R. _.eisterer®*Co.
Props.
at) i.     *»■    far-
Smith & 6o.
45 Bleury Street, MONTREAL.
HIGH-CLASS TAILORS.
ILL In, represented in the Lar
dean    at    regular    interval!*
throughout the year.    Order,
fur clolhinj* will receive close attention
Our representative will be in TROl'T
LAKE n.itl FERGUSON in a few week*
We have a great refutation for Style and Kit.
Save your Orders.
WCOD    VALLANCE     HARDWARE CO- LTD*
Hardware, Miners' 6upplies, Stoves
nnd Ranges.
NELSON, B. C
A  movement is on foot for I lie
organisation of a JJmrd of Trade.
\V« helii ve tho move is a pood one,
nud which will help materially any
ji.ujcct tlmt umy prove beneficial
10 the district    1'uity of porposoj'
am-nig the bufiuett men and !ho-e
interested in the development of
lhe tlii-tricl can   aOOomplltll mnch,
aid we trust that the orjjunizr.tic 11
will be a success.
Lardeau
Hotel
Sandy Laiijhton
Proprietor.
w
HEX  visiting  Ferguson you
thould stay at the Lai ilea ti
lintel.     Here  the   visitor
will   be   surrounded   with
homo comforl8.   Excellent
cuisine,     well   ventilated
and    warm   rooms,    well
Stocked bar, and  everything which
tei ds towards making your visit a
pleasant and memorable one.
Rates from $1 day upwards.
We strive to please our patrons.
FERGUSON.
WE
Have a Full Supply of
POTATOES
BUTTER
EGGS
COAL OIL
GASOLINE
And Everything that
is Wanted.
Masterson,   Griffith
and Co.
^m
General
Merchants,
Trout Lake
B_=
What will boa big factor in lhe
ilevi I ijiint nt of this country is the
wilHugneis of the property owner
in allow ihe investor au oppor.
tuulty of lestiug their value before
paying any great amount, The
big tunnel proposition is 1.11 in-
liHnc. (n this the c'aiiu owners
put I heir property ngaintt the investor's money, and if tncdtsful
tloy both are largo gainers. If
lley lose they have the latisfac**!
Hon of knowing that wl at is h si [
bus been put Into good hard wnik,|
in d that nobody hat become rich
b cuise of ihe transaction,
T. e government is being a»ked
by the ansoolaled Boardtuf Trado
to nssltl in the construction ol
t lit'tiic lines throiigliout the pro«
vinee. Tho movement is worthy
of praise, and should receive due
consideration. In rnlnlne dia-
tiics ilu, propotiton ifcarrled Into
• ll'-c" would do much towardt the
opening up of district! which are
ia
MACKINNON and
SUTHEKLAND
?
NEW
BOOKS
A LADDER OF SWORDS.
By Gilburt Parker, cloth, $1.50
THEILAST HOPE.
By H. S. Merriman, cloth, 1.50
THE MYSTIC SPRING.
By D. W. Higgina, Victoria, 1.50
POSTEB'B 'BRIDGE' MANUAL
Cloth, 1.50
Building TnuDs  Pocket Hook
Business Man's Pocket Book
Mechanic's Pocket Memorandum
Three vols. 1.50
Put hy the International Correspondence School at ft each our |>ricu $1.60
&_&ar_s&^
NOW
is the lime fir you 10
to Buy Lot*. Never were
the Prospect! of Ferguson
so bright.
NELSON,   B. C.
J. Y. Griffin & Co.
Celebrated  lirandtt   of
Rill) K_t.i,
NELSON,
Hani, Macon
B. C.
We have everything at our
Store   that   you   Require.
The Year  1905
Finds us at the Old Stand
striving to please you All
with QUALITY and PRICE
FERGUSON - - B. 0.
r0
HADDEN HOUSE [&W
Ihi ymi MM'il a i-oliifiirlnl'li- Ix.ini-? lis., in
Ilu' Miidil.-ii l.iiiiNi-, Well Cuiiil-lii-il i....tu-.
Ilfbtad I.y olccirlclly, llr»l-cliiKM linnrd. In
Ih.-luiryiiii will iiml all tin- Ix-at iliililChlli uml
I ii i |h >r l.-.l lli|in.r» uml ilxiirs.
Thomas Madden."Prop*
E. Ferguson & Co.
Wholesale dealers in Wine*, Liquors
and Uigurs.   Agents for Ptbst Beer.
NELSON, B, C.
The  Town  of FEBG080N
will lie one of the Greatest
Ore Producing Camj.s in the
World. Tim high .le«rco of
success achieved hv the
numerous WEALTHY and
PRACTICAL BRITISH ami
AMERICAN MINIM;
COMPANIES now operating
• hero It a tribute to tl,,-
tremendous w alth of the bills
LLLLiJ * ? ■:
i
FERGUSON
Public School, Hospital, and
other institutions. Excellent
Waterworks system. Streets,
Stores nnd Kesideiices illumined by Electricity, Daily
mail wrvice. The' lowultt
is admirably laid out. (Jet in
NOW on tho ground floor.
Lots can  now be purobated
e. ft mcdebmid;
Mem. O.L.A.
CHAkTEKED ACCOUNTANT
Regular nnd Special Audlti,   Refer*
nee:   Canadian Hunk of Commeroe.
NELSON, B. C.
ROSSLAND DIRECTORY
Lion Brewing Co.
LIMITED
Brewers of Beer & Porter.
KEPT AT ALL HOTELS.
ROSSLAND
PROfl
*
 $75 « :
TOWNS I TE AGENT
HENKY FLOYD 1
REVELSTOKE, B. C. B
p»4
i.-ti_«js*Li-•_)._^tf^j.33a_ o_*is.
• •♦
^be Ibotel Beaton
 BEAION. B c.
W. BOYD -:- -:- Prop
B.  C.   ''"^^^-- .-i'.s;»;.i3._:
ooaoc
1 >4tE.' •_.*«■ ___ FERGUSON HOTEL
The noted home for travellers visiting
Ferguson, B.C.
A well stocked liar of the oholeeit Liqouri, Wines, eto.
Proprietors.
=n
McDonnell &  Black
BerlinerGran^-phone.
it pays in use tin- Telephone. A
lengthy trip can often bo saved, Offices
nt Ferguson: Cummins' 8tore j Trout
Lake. Post Office; also at Beaton, Comaplix und Arrowhead,
•&
NOTICE  TO CO-OWNERS,
To Z, Gordon Goldberg and I.. I.. Goldberg nr tn any   person or personi to
whom they   limy  hive  lraui.fi-ri.il
ihi'ii- Interests,
Take Notice,  I the undersigned oo*
Owner H Ith vou ill the Little Hubert nnd
Utile Hubert Nn. •_> ulnars! cla'ms situated at the extreme head of the no-th
fork ol Lardeau creek in tbe Trout Lake
mining division of West Kootenay dls
irict t»d province of liritiali Columbia
hare done the required work on the
abovo-ineiiUoned mineral claims for the
year lOO1! in order to h.iiil the same under section -4 of the mineral act, and if
within 00days of this notice you fail or
refuse to contribute your |*ortion of
tuch expenditure fur work done, together with the cost of this advertisement,
vmiii interest in the *<aiil mineral claims
will become the property of the sub
scribed under section t of lb,-Mineral
Act Amendment Act of loot). Dated si
Trout Lake this 7th da* of October, in
J. 0. KIRKPATRICK,
Oc.7'W Co-owner.
Nuiirc in hereby given, in sccordauci
with the statutes, that Provincial Rev
i-iiui- Tax ami all ui-K.-ai-.-il luxe*, and in
coma ln\. ii--. f-.-.I ami levied under the
"Afaestmenl Act, 1!*W." for the Revelstoke Assessment District, ore dui
and payable for the rear 1905, at m\
office, situate al the ("nun House, Rev*
elitoke. l hi*, notice, in terms of law,
is equivalent to s personal demand by
in.' upon all personi liable fur tues.
Dated at  Kevelitoke, B. G,thii8rd
day of January, lt'O-V
FRED FRA8ER,
Assessor and Collector, Revelstoke
Asr-essmeiit  District
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS
NOTICE.
Broken Hill mineral claim, sltuato i
Iron; Lake Mining Division .,f Wei
Kootenay < 1 is-1 ri<-;.
Where located:—On Rapid Creek, oil
olnlng the Coronation.
Take Notice that I, 0, It. N. Wllkle
acting  BI   Rgenl    fur  Culler  T. I'urtei
free miner's certificate No. H88S31, in
tend, sixty dayi from the date hereol
t<> apply to the Mining Recorder for n
Ci'iiiiicatc of Improvements, fur lb.
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grantol
tbe above claim.
And further take notice that action
under section .'17, must be commenced
before the Issuance of tuch Certiflcati
of Improvements,
Dated this 24th dav of November, a.i>.
*««• O.B.N. WILKlE.
i')-ll-U4
All kinds of New Rec rds.
Sole Agent for the Lardeau:
J. C. Murray
Trout Lake U. C.
rU80AN    LODGE    U.   D.
A, F. & A. M.
8rd    Thursday    each    mouth
Visitors Welcome
ieo Forddred, Sec, Q, N. Taylor, W.M
REVEL8T0KE ASSESSMENT MIST.
Take Notice that I ihall bold a Court
ol Revision and Appeal, under the Hi*
teiimenl Act, 1008, for the Revelstoke
Aisessment IM^-tri<tt, on Monday the
twenty eighth day of November, 1904,
at   the   hour of  eleven   o'clock   in   the
forenoon, at the court house, Revelstoke.
Dated at Revelstoke, this M dav ol
November, 1904.
(HAS. M  FIELD,
Judge of the Court of Revision
and Appeal, Rovelitoke Arsesa
iin-iii District ol Weil Kootenay.
POPLAR      DIRECTORY
IIMHKH Ut'ENHK.
NOTICE.
'I be in iinai -, annual general meeting
of the Old Gold Quarts am! Placer liiu*
lag Company, Ltd. Liab., will be held
al the office "i the Company, Troul
Lake, B.C., on Friday, Srdds.vo' February, 1905, ,,, ;, o'clock, p.m., for the
purpose of electing directors for tbe ensuing yeai ind such other business ai
may propi t lv come before the meeting.
Books «iii be closed for transfers from
.J in. _tth, 1906, until after the meeting
M. F. CHESTNUT,
Dated al Troul Lake, B.C., 5th Jut
nan   lotto.
NOTICE if hereby given that 30 ilav
after dale I intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and* Wotks for
sipeciol license to cut and carry away
timber from the following described
Is ndi io West Kootenay, commencing st
a post on the east side of Lardo Rivei
about \ mile below Trout Lake, marked
!-.. L, Kinman, .vs.. corner post ; thence
B0chains west; thence80cnsiuisouth;
ilu nee 80 chains east; thence B0 cbaini
ninth to I'oini of commencement,
Dated this 13th dav of December, ,vn
1904. _, I.. KINMAN.
tl-l-05
Grand Hotel
FIRST-CLASS BAR,
A. NO. 1  ROOMS.
Balmoral Hotel.
Visitors io Ferguson may rely ii|mui the very best of
accommodation at llii" well-known hotel    Rooms are
well furnished throughout     The  Bar is stocked with
a choice assortment of palatable qneucheri,
J_l
Under the Management of S. Slinger
■
THE QUEEN'S HOTEL
Abrahamson   Bros., Proprietors
V    BRYTHIKO   Ni:\V   ANtl     KIIIST.C'I.AHM   tM   ALL   KKSI
Fire  Proof Safe
Tlie Uonac Is Blocked with inn n-i-nt Wines and Cls»M o   thi ravkH
Trout    Lake,
Royal   Hotel The CENTRAL HOTEL Revelstoke
Fancy Bar,
Musical Entertainment
bulletin   Board, World's
Mining News.
is Under tbe same Management,
The BEST Always! EL-MOR AND, . PR0P
Are fi a
NOTICE.
The ordinary annuel general 3100ting
ul I l.i I'm n i r.sc (iold Mining Coin puny.
Ltd, 1.1.ill., will b« held at tbe office io
tbe Complin*, Trout Lake, B.C.. on
Frida*. February 3rd, LB06, at8JO p.m.,
foi lhe purpose oi electing directors for
the ensuing year and such other bosi
neet as may be j.rc*|*erly brought la-fore
tl emeeting.
Books will Ih-closed for transfers from
Jan. 28th, 1006,until after the meeting,
J. If. M1LI.BR,
Secv. Treasurer
Dated ut Trout Lake, B.C., 6tb day ol
January, luoo.
muhi. in KKi.i.Nyl'KNT C0-0WNKB8.
To I'linii- Kino and J. \V. Smith or to
Whomsoever they they may have
transferred their interest in the
" a aple Leaf "mineral claim, situated
on the south east side of Poplar ere -k
ami .iU.nt two and a half  miles from
the mouth of the creek, in the Trout
Lake  Mining  Division of West Kootenay.
You are hereby notified  that I, Arthur
G. Johnston, co-owner with you in the
"Maple   b-nt "   mineral  claim   above
described    have   performed  labor and
made expenditure on the said claim to
the extent of $100.0(1,'under the provisions af section 84 of the Mineral Act,
in order to hold said claim, and the
y.-iir for which said labor was performed
and expenditure made having expired,
I do hereby give you notice to contribute
your proportion of such expenditure,
ami you are further notified that if at
th.- expiration of It)days of publicstii n
hereof you fuil or refuse to contribute
your proportion of tbe expenditure eo
made, together with all costs of advertising, vonr interests in the said claim
shall become vested in me muter ami
by .irtueol provisions of Section 4 of
the Mineral Act. amen,led Act 1900.
Dated at Poplar Creek, b.c, Dec. 81,'04,
ARTHI'If ii. ,li»llNs'K i.\, Co-owner
6-1-1006.
NnlUKT'l liKLINl'I'KNT 00 -OWNER
To John Parisian  or to whomsoever he
may have transferred his interest In
the iloincslake, Ibex and Charlottcn-
1'iiic mineral claimi,
Take Notice that I tbe undersigned
co-owner with you in the Homeitske,
ibex andClisrlottenbura mineral claims.
situate about 8 miles in a soiitb-wcsl
direction   from Trout   Lake  iu  what i«
known ai the Homestake basin in the
TlOUl lake inining division of West
Kontenav, have performed the necessary
work and made the necessary expenditure (iii the above mentioned mineral
claim*, for tho years 1900, 1901, 1908, it.
order to hold the same under section IM
of the Mineral   Act,  ami   lhe  yesri for
which said work was performed and expenditure made having expired, l hereby give you notice that if within !•(>
diiys from 'he first publication hereof
you fail or refuse to contribute your proportionate share of lUcbexi eiiilitureiiiiil
psy the costs ol this advertisement,
your interest, in Ihe said mineral claims
will become the property of the under-
slu I under ana by virtue ol section*!
of the mineral net amendment net
1900,
Haieil at Trout Lakethls7tn day of
March, 1906, PbaM Lakdbuh.
Mai.10,05 Co-Owner.
All the Latest
Magazines on
Sale at "The
Review." ::::::
Smokers' supplies in
great variety.
feM(3>M_^S
IN FINE SHOES !
MINI Nd SHOES !
SHOE PACKS:
RUBBERS and
OVERSHOES !
GERMAN  SOCK8 '
lawb&l yon trill ret II you do your buying
with us.  No don't foiget, wben wanting anything in in,, way "i lootwear to call on iia, "i
'Imp a Ilu.-.
IT'
lie ROYAL SHOE STORE
Nelson, B. C.
R.    ANDREW    &    CO.
Mail orden carefully and promptly
attended : i. A_:.-,.t for slater and Net-
tie ton Shoes.
TIME    TABLE
Dominion Hotel
Firtt-Class in every respect.
The Travelling public carefully
taken care of.
It & Nsisoa • Props
The Union (gigar Factory
Manufactures only Union pool-', and besides
they are the best on the market. Thev are
made of tin- best Havana I i.neco, and "their
excellence ii nndiaotited. Ii si»t nn cetiin"
"ODR BPECIAL" and   " rilK   UNION "
H.A.BrOWIl,   Proprietor.
('"I ijiir factory, RBVELSTOKE, H.C.
-NOTICK.
500 Cords
Slobwood
FOR SALE....
Apply:
MMiilorWCrais
S.S. ARCM1P or S.S. LARDEAU.
Ruocint,' between Arrowhead. Ilea
ton ami Comaplix, commencing Octo
bar 14th, IWG3, ivill sail as follows.
weatber perm I tt log.
Leaving Arrowhead for Beaton ami
Comaplix, twice daily  -10k and ok.
Leaving Beaton and Comaplix foi
Arrowhead, twice daily—7:l.",k and
_;45k. Making close connections
with all C. P. it. Steamers sod trains.
The   owners   reserve   the   ripht   to
change  times   of   sailings    without
notice.
The empire Lumber Co., Limited.
; Low Fraction and Unruly No. 2 mineral
claims situate in the from Lake Mining Division ol Went Kootenay district
Where located:—Near the  mouth of
Lynch creek on the K. .v A. By.
Take notice that I. Alfred  I. Curie,
acting as agent for  \V. N. Ktayton, free
miner's ee.tilieate No.  H  77,346, intend
sixty days after date hereof, to apply tn
the Mining Recorder lor Certificates ol
I in prove men ts for the purpos.- of obtaining crown grants of the above claimi.
And further  take  notice that  action
under section  1.7 must  be  commenced
before the istuam f inch certificate ol
improvements.   Dated this 28th dav of
October, A. D., l'.»04
00.28*04 AXFBEDJ. CUR1.E.
TROUT LAKE HOTEL
Excellent   Accommodation
Best finest Liquors
And Very finest Cigars   _
John Simpson,      Proprietor.
Subscribe for the Eeview
This is a Snap.   ..
Busiest town
Buy Lots in the
in Kootenay.
Fob Balk: Lota ''.r> and 86
i,lock 47, Trout Lake. Apply to
Mrs. .1. H. German, »>0.'i Untveraity
St. Seattle. Wash.
TROUT LAKE CITY
TUOUT   LA KB   LODGE   1. O.O. F
NO. -II
Regular meetings i"'1,1 In
Oddfollow'1   Hun  everj
I'lli-sili.v iniilii   ill   K
o'oloek     vlalllns  broth-
iTHinruiiiiiy welcome.
Its ADVANTAGE.
J. II. Scott. N.tl. Friil Mummery, 11 A F.Sec.
NELSON    DIRECTORY.
WATCHES.
We nre watch people first of all.
We itiiikc watohee our great speci-
nll.v. SVe nre In fact universal
watch provider*. We boast of tlie
most comprehensive stock ami
promptest service. Our patronage proves our pic-eiiiiiiciic" in
the retail watch trnilo. Once n
patron, always a patron.
Buying watches In the quantity
that we do, wo aro enabled lo so-
cure discounts Impossible lo tbe
smaller dealer, and wc turn thi'in
over to you at a corresponding
reduction in price. Write us foi
prices
Daily Mail service, Banking Facilities, Head of Navigation, Good Hotels and stores, Express and Money Order
Office, government offices, Fine schools and churches.
Water-works system now Being Installed.
ITS RESOURCES.
Magnificent Timber, many Valuable Ranches, lhe Richest Go!d and Silver Zone in The Province.
ITS INDUSTRIES
Saw-mill, capacity, 60,000 feet per day, shingle and lath mills. All
lhe Mines pay us Tribute.
Ewert Bros.
Nelson, Rossland, Trail.
Jewelers end lingravers
F. B. Wells,
Gen'l Agt., Revelstoke.
H. McPherson,
Agt., Trout Lake =,,*_=
■ . • ll II
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Job Printing of every description will be faithfully executed at tiTjj^___,___. PgP_
Drug
l++*4>*+4-4 *-*-t>*^-*-*- ^-ft^**-*-*-*^!
Ferguson Items,
A. DubuiH, wlio i.i foreman at
the Silver Dollar, wan in town this
tvi'ek'oii milling luisiiics**.
A niini.ilurc gnowelide nearly
wipwl out the small butoher slu»p
occupied by the P, Burns Co on
Wednesday night.
The pastor will conduct service
in the chapel next Sunday night.
Harry Neliis ir. on a visit to (lie
town.
Business in town is picking up
wonderfully, and judications ar<
not lacking of a great spring rush.
preparations are being made for an
early opening and a long and active season on the hills. It is tt
lie hoped the C P.R. will have tin
lak( open for navigation us BOO]
as possible, asa tremendous nmoiin.
of machinery is expected to arrive
this summer, and any delay ii
transit will seriously affect local
inining interests.
With the arrival in town of tin
large force of men  from the Silvei
'Ouppn  Thursday,   the town bore
an appearance of " boom " times.
In one or two instances oollapsibli
joy  on  rejoining  civilization and
the bowl was noticed, but all ro-
rprted  At and  well for  duty  in
tiie morning, and a big bunch went
Up to thc Nettie 1.. the same day.
Wfi lire informed  that all the remainder will be sent up as soon as
possible,
A fire broke out on Wednesday
night at the residence of Mr. Ed.
licll on Main Street, and before
anything could be done the cottage
was completely devoured by flames.
The owner had barely time to beat
a retreat, and all his personal effects were consumed. IJcsides the
loss of the building, which was not
insured, Mr. Bell hail a wad of $b'00
in a pair of pants which me; the
same fate.
With the. Nettie L. Cup, Triune,
and other properties employing a
large number of men the coming
summer, things look very good for
the town. Everybody ia in good
j.umor nt thc way mutters are
progressing in local mining affairs.
J. MeCorvie, win, lias been the
gueit of Steve and Mrs. Slinger for
three weeks, returned to Uevelstoke
on Wednesday. Before leaving lie
expressed himself aa greatly pleased
with the town and its future prospects, and avowed his attention of
seeing more of it shortly.
A hockey match between pickup teams of Ferguson and Trout
Luke was played here on Saturday
night. Thc game was stubbornly
contested, and Ferguson squeezed
home by 4 goals to 3.
Owing to a breakdown of one of
tic shafts, the mill at Five-Mile
was silent for several days this
week, and the staff arc laid off until the necessary rvpairs are made.
LAKEVIEW HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, B. C.
BAB WELL SUI'l'LlLD WITH
Liquors and Sigars
LEGAL.
Large Comfortable Booms
First Glass BoarJ.
PRE]? 0. ELLIOTT,
BARRISTER, NOTABY
PUBLIC, ETO.,
Trout Lake, B. 0.     and Ferguson
J. A. Harvey
PINKHHAM
iadden & Levesque
Props
ALEX.  CBAWFOKD
(leo.». MoCurtar,
a. m. rink),,,,,,
j HARVEY fMARTER 4
lUKKISTI'.HS.
SOLICITOUS, Ktc.
REVELSTOKE   B. C.
iiiiiicii Offloaa nt Golden, Parole *t*aFort
Hti-ele. II. o.
ol tori for Imperial B*u_ or Canada.
A full line  of Choice stationery
Just Received,
— ^    School supplies, Proprietary Medicines,
AiLSO,    TOILET ARTICLES, ETC.    PRESCRIPTION  Work
A SPECIALTY.   STRICTLY   CASH.
T11K   rin.NJSKB
Livery and Dray Stables
Saddle, Pack and Cartage Horse* Always for Hire
Freighting, Packing and
Teaming a Specialty
*»♦*)> IM)
Daily sttuxe loavos  Beaton nt 12 o'clock for Trout Lake Ferguson and Camborng
Leaves Ferguson, via Trout Lake (or Beaton at 7 a.m.
Branch Stahles at Trout Lake, Beaton, Ferguson and Camborne.
JOIN MANNING SCOTT,
Ej>. A.. I-.U.B.
Imperial  Bank of Canada.
WINDSOK HOTEL
TROUT LAKE, B.C.
Best Hotel in Town,
HeaJQnarters for Mini aid Commercial Men.
ACCOMMODATIONS  ARE   FIRST CLASS
BARBI8TER8,8OLI0ITdBB, KTC.
Revelstoke Station.
B.C.
To Contractors.
B
I RICK LAV Kit
work.    Writ
id toJ.W. JONE1
(Abituiiivr) witnts
slating wages offer
Fort William, Out.
CANCELLATION  OF RESERVE.
NuTIUE.li licrebjr glveiUrmt tlrr reNrrrn
ll'.n <".tal.ll»liiil in pui'KiKHipp of tho provl-
al.his ul'I lie "I'liluinlilH nnd Writerti K.-uliiin
Sui.-iilT Act Ifflll," ni.tlr.hof wliiili -..-i. j. in,
ti -n.-il in th. Ilnli.l. I nl'iiiiliiii (Juultfi mul
dul.'it Tlh May, law, nnd 5tl, June Is*, rrapeo
lively, nre hereby imirelli-.t.
Crown Imi'ts Mlimtoil wlUiln tin-itn-n en-
hmeeil by the saiii reH.-rvutioti will he opened
lo suli-, mm 11. inrnl. Ii im mul ol l:<-i-11 ■ •• •■ i -,i. .n
an.ler the |irovl»i|ii,ii of tin- " l/iiml Act."
tfhree iiioiilli'. nllci'the ilateof tin- fiiM |i,,h
lli-alion oftMl notice In the Ilrltl.|,.loiiiiiili|i,
QoxeUfl; provide:!! however, Iiml In nil i-ni.es
wlieie laii.ta nre an aolfl, pre-empted, loiu-od or
oUterwlafl alienated by tbe Qovornmertt, n,,<i
are Kllli*iei|llel,lly liiiinil, ll|.oil tin- mi-vev nl
tbe O'llniiiMa nnil Western Unllwiiv Corn
pRiiy'l I'lo.-ks, to lie wholly or In (mrt wii liin atiolt blnoka, (hen the peraom an ncirtjfrlng
atii-h liiii'h alnill Require their lille tlierel..
froin tbe Hiillivi.y t'orrrpnny, who hnvenxreed
to deiil with aiioli piirctmsera, preenipiors.
Ii'-m «. **b-..on ,ln> Hume Uitm unilcoudltloiiH
an Ibe ilnvarjurtH'til would tmdor ihe provl-
-inn. hi thr *■ I.uivl Art,** PAcopt in rntiH-rt lo
tlinlior bi,..|« on the t.'.iiii|nny hIUikHoi. which
•I,.'.II Ih- Mibft-i L lo. the r»gu_llou» IsHlli'd I.y
(fin r.iiiipiinv relative lo the euttlin; of timber
on the i' .luinl'lii mul WoHlcrn Bnllwiiy IjumI
lirurrt.
W. H. tlOBH.
Deputy OornmiMKinw iii tAadja Work*,
'.limb-nn.I World Department,
'   Victoria, M.O.. 8!rU February, 1W6,      M
Capital Authorized,$1,000,000
H.ad Office:
TORONTO,   ONTARIO.
Capital [paid «p) *  3.000,000
Rest    -       -       -     3,000,01)0
Brandies in thc Northwest Territories, Provinces of British Columbia, Manitoba,
Ontario ami Quebec.
T. R, MERRITT, President. D. R. WILKIK, Vioo-Pr_. ami (ien. Man.
I-:. HAY, Assistant lien. Manager.      •■'• MOFFAT, Cliief [napwtor
Trout    Lake,    n.   *.'. Branch-A    QoOftal    llanklnif   Builneaa   Transacted.
Savings Department—Deposits received and Interestql|pwed.
Drana Hold nviillnl»le In nil part* »f Canada),
,'„„..,. state, nnd Ktirope. T.B.BAKER.
Hpeelnl i,tteiil!oii:-K|vcp to oolltH-ttona and . _
Mlnliii; Bonda. I wnaRer
(lptirr.it Kti.re.    Full I.lne
:,f riiniiiil .......I-.     Kruiln
in Hej-.Ki.   IIIk n.Kiirliiiriil
ol Smokers' .supplies.
orB.-r of thp nig Bend Ttlephona co
FERGUSON
D. R. McLENNAN,   PBOPRIETCR
W.  Abrahamson
Contractor
And Builder.
Owner of the Abraham*
son Addition to the
Townslte.
Job Printing at The
Mining Review	
Accountant,     ....      Auditor,   j
J. C. MURRAY.
TROUT LAKE, B. C.
Oiiteide company*'  interests; carefully
looked after.
Agent for llelnuniau's I'lmioa
G. B. Batho
AUEVT FOR GIAHT POWDEB
FU8E AND CAPS.
LESSEE of the ALEXANDRIA HALL
V.M. Westfall& Co.
Mining Broker*,
MlititiK I'rota-rllea Uc|V)rlPtl On.
Mini-ill,el Proapeota Bought ami Hold,
Minini- I'ropertli'K Looked Alter fur Nol
ll. lit~.
FERGUS0N. B.e.
Post Office Block,
Main Stntt.
Get a Home
Por   Yourself.
Don't Pay
Rent--*--
EASY^TERMS.
Lennoxville
>^^HoteI.
E. MOBBS, PROP
Hotel and
General Store
OCRRARO
B  C
HO _t-_i_m _*»*?-»»-?>4»B
OK      |
Barber Shop
.Be*
•; ■-••
. .
■uAt ^r.sit r.*-
I.iii-ilcuii RU.opp
l(. nlma .'lib■•
Trout Lake. Ii. C.   {
Packing and
■-Basing *   Freighting
»!•   '.: :'.: taV •;• :J.- v.f xH iCflfe.'
Ferguson   packing
and
Transfer   Outfit.
:
C.lil or Silver $1 50    ;
Gold and Silver.... %'i 00   il
Silver and Lead  2 flO
Copper     I 00
Zinc V 50
5   SHANNON, *\ssayei\
FKROUS^N B. C
Coatract" entered into for (mckitig of Miiiinx Wuppln -■<, etc.
to tn* point in the diatrict.
(tooil. prompt service, and ony work undertaken RtiAraiitcctl
cutidfuctory.
FERGUSON.        S. Daney, Prop, ft
7{ir ^ ty.;;. /> /prTjv /js ip. /;*.*•.. . •   .;..*. .*a /{.-. ^i a)t . •. . .;.•. .;-..;..;. tyrt$
SURVEYORS.
0. B N. WILKIE, P.L.S.,
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mineral Claims Snrveyed
and Crown (irants Obtained
Brnldeiu'i    Nut ltrrur.1 Ofllrr,
Trout I uK. . Ii ('.
A. K. HEYLAND,
PKOV1XCIAI. UVaTO BtRVKYOB
ML-i'TuI Cl.ilii.K Surveyed
POPLAR, KA8LO.
W. H. Jones,
— rou a —
Oood Shave or Hair Cut
 CAM. OS	
William Schnell.
IFBBOUSOM atiilTlttit T LAKK.
J
Hot and Cold Baths
G. M. YUILL
JEWELLER,
Watcli-rc'.Birinp,   rlf.     All work
(iuur:intee*.t.
Looge
Printing.
leaf   BIa_rrt,    Fine   Jot
NELSON, B. C.
Oddfellows Bloc., Tni lateM.
NEW YORK I.IFK A88URANC8
COMPANY.
Fob iMVavrmarc axp PrWBctien
TH08. TAYLOH, Hfn'..
Rcvstarou    ash     Titot r Lin
Ml
Mf .»—rr* -^_. *
A. W. EDGE
VALUE!    VALUE!
Value should be your guide when buying
Newest Goods.  :-: Best Values.
Entire Satisfaction.
Can Always be found at
FRASER'S
Pair|tc>r
Decorator
TROUT   LAKE
H.C
F. B. Wells,
EVELgTOKE, B.C.
RAW FURS
CASH      PPJCES     PAID
F. N, Newton
MINING BROKER
Rossland,    •      -     -   B.'|
Member Rowland Stock Exchatc■>

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