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Daily Edition   No   759
Nelson, British Columbia, Friday, June 22,  1900.
Tenth Year
VICTORIA
Wells and   Prentice  Latest
Additions to the
Cabinet.
The   Legislature   May   Not
Meet Until  After
July 5th.
Bye  Elections to  Be  Held
July 3d���News of the
Dominion.
(SPECIALS TO THE! MINER.)
Viotoria, June 21.���Thin afternoon
W. O. Wells wns Bworn in na Minister
of Lands and Works, J. 1). Prentice
an Provincial Secretary and II. MoBride
ns Minister uf Miues.
The bye-elections in Viotnria and
South Viotorin will lie held July Brd,
The date of the other byo-oloc.tiou will
not be announced until later.
At a mooting of tho Executive tomorrow, it will probably be dooided
to prorogue the Legislature to n later
date than Jnly 5th to permit of nil
Ministers being re-eleoted before the
House   meets.
business, sot forth iu 11 statement,
showing a not profit of 1699,099 on
the bank's paid up oapital of six millions, 01 about M.HI per osnt, aud more
than if I HO, 000 bettor than last year.
The old dliectors wore re-eleoted.
Ht, Johns, N. B., June 21.���There
wns a very serious accident on the (I.
P. It. nt Grand Falls this morning. An
engine was derailed at tbo bridge and
crashed through, taking seven freight
cais in with it, The passenger cars
followed and piled up ou the top of the
wreik aud were uot submerged. The
train crew escaped injury but some of
the pnsseugers Buffered, There were
mote or less Injuries, Mr. MoKeuna,
travelling passenger agent oi the 0, P.
II,, is reported most seriously injured,
bis shoulder being broken.
Ottawa, Out., June 21.���In the House
yesterday Mr. Laurier in reply to Sir
Charles Tupper snid thnt be would make
an auiiniiticeitiont. in a few days in regard to what the Government would do
respecting the Indian famine fund.
The Premier also announced that he
would give notice tomorrow for the
moruiug sittings.-
Mr. Taylor culled the attention of the
House to the report of Corporal Court
uey, who refused to march a squad of
men to driuk the health of (.he Queen in
beer because of his temperance principles nud was therefore reduced. This
report waB contained in a loiter to Mr.
Taylor. Sir Wilfrid said bo would refer the matter to tho Minister of Militia.
Sir Charles Tapper, on the House going into supply, brought up the question
ot representation for the Yukon iu the
Dominion Parliament, He read a resolution of the people of the Yukon asking representntion iu the Commons by
two members. He thought that the
Government should arrange at ouce for
this representation in tho Yukon Territory iu the Parliament of Cauada.
Pr, Laurier said that before the first
of July the ' Govoruineut intended
bringing into force  nn  act   pasted Inst
session giving representation to the
people of Y'ukon io tbo Yukon Council, This bill mnde provision for two
elected members to sit in the Council.
Whenever the census waa taken next
year, probably in January, hut not later than April, arrangements would be
made [or representation .In the Commons, The question as to whether one
or two members would be required in
the Canadian Parliament was a mailer
which had to be decided. He oould not
accept tho motion. Mr. Foster supported Mr. Topper's views, pointing to
the Yukon Oounoil being oompossd ol
Government offloials and transacting
iu business in au autocratic way.
1 .
Halifax, N. 8.1 June 91,���A long
debate took place in Assembly yesterday on the question of extending the
term of study for students, so thai
the mission Held of the West may be
more easily supplied witb preachers,
Dr. Owen addressed the Assembly
and said that a crisis had arrived
In the matter of Sabbath observance.
He pointed out the satisfactory decis-
iods given by the various courts in
the various eaBes arising under the Act
regarding Sabbath observance. He
pointed out the necessity for firm
convlctimi in the hearts of the people
of the eiuirch regarding the sacred-
ness of the Sabbath day. The Assembly completed Its labors and adjourned
until next year to meet at Ottawa.
Montreal, June 31.���At the annual
general meeting of the Merchant's
Bank of Canada at noon today, Mr.
Fyshe, joint general manager, rend to
the. board  the  results of the year's
Norwood, Ont., June 21,���Joseph
Harrison, a fanner living about three
miles from Kerwood, went tills
morn ing with a 111-year-old son to
Trent bridge on Trent Elver for a
day's fishing, His body was found
washed ashore but the boy has not
been found yet.
Lindsay, June 91.���Geo. MoHugh.
M. P., was renominated by tbe
Liberals ns tbeir candidate for South
Victoria today. G. B. Maxwell, M. P.,
D. 0. Fraser, M. P. and Hon. J. M.
Uibsou were among the speaiers.
A SPOKANE COMMENT.
Spokane  Club  Manager Says   Nelson
nail Team are Professionals.
The Spokosriiati-lieview has tho following to say of Nelson's baseball team,
which will play in  Spokane   tomorrow:
"Tbe Nelsou ball team will play the
H, A.A.I, team ot, Natalorinm Purk next
Saturday nud Sundny. They will leave
their British Columbia home Fridny
morning and arrive in Spokoue iu time
for supper. For the game Saturday
there will undoubtedly be two strong
lineups presenter!. Tbe Nelson men will
risk much to lower the colors ot the
Spokane men and are .���inning prepared
with the hottest bunch of miners
of tho Province nt the north,
"The men who will be here this week
are 'professionals iu the clothing of am
Blears,' to use an expression of Manager McEn roe. Thoy defeated the Kossland team in a game played a few weeks
ago, none of the men from Hosslaud
being allowed to pass the plate during
the coutest. Tbe towns are Btill wrought
up over the game, at which it is stated
that, $n.lll!ll changed ownership as a result ot the rivnlry of the places. There
i- no dispute offered to the statement
that the men of the team are nearly all
imported on salary into the mining town
from which they come to play ball, and
make the placo their headquarters only
during the season.''
Mr. McEnroe is decidedly off as to his
assertion lhat the local team is composed of " professionnls," but it is to be
hoped that the ���' hottest bunch of miu-
ers," ns the Nelsou boys are termed.
will piny sufficiently "professional"
ball to wipo np the diamond with Mr.
McKnroe's aggregation.
Architects Kwart St Carrie were requested yestorday by the members of
tho Congregational Church to at, once
draw up plans and specifications for
tho now church which they intend to
erect at the corner of Stanley and
Silica streets. The building will face
on Stanley Street and have a frontage
of Till feet, ruining back on Silica
street for (10 feet. It iB probable that
between (4,000 an.i $.r>,uoo will be expended for the purpose. There will be
two entrances at the two front corners,
where two large vestibules will be
placed, above which will be erected
two high towers. It Is intended that
it Khali luiv.i a seating capacity of 100,
there being three rows of pews with
two aisles of a width of three and a
half feet. It will he so arranged that
the snots for tho choir will be plaoed
at the right of the pulpit. The ahove
plana are the oueB now being drafted,
but they may bo slightly ohangoil,
C. V. Whltrhor. of Stanstead. Que.,
who has been sent out by a syndicate
of that place to examine a mining
property which is situated in the
Salmon Kiver district, about 19 miles
from Salmo, arrived In the city last
evening after a two days' visit to the
above mine, lie brought out several
pieces of ore and had them assayed at
Hosslaud. The galena ore rims (9.48,
while tbe gold ore runsS.'1'J.US per ton.
lie thinks there are great prospects
for the property and that the syndicate will advance money at once
and have a large quantity of development work done on It this seusou,
.'The ledge is five feet thlclf.
CHINA
American Admiral Says Tien
Tsin Is Being Bombarded.
Considered an Indication of a
Change for the
Worse.
native pross   asserts  there   are bitter
dissensions in tbe Manehu party,
Admiralty Does Not Believe
Report of Seymour's
Death.
(BY ASSOCIATED PRESS.)
London, Jnne 23, 8:20 a. in.���Tbe
United States guubont Monocaoy was
two miles npthe Pei Hoo River when
the International lleet began tbo bombardment of the Taku forts. According to a Shanghai correspondent of the
Daily Express, she was shot through
the bows. Tbe oorrerpondent says thai
Ohineso riflemen on both banks of tbe
river attaaked   her but unsuccessfully.
The soantinoBB of authentic news
with reforeuoe to the Bitnatiun oon-
tiunes. Admiral Kempff's despatoh to
the United StateB Nnvy Depuitmeut
whioh announced that Tien Tsin is
being bombarded was prominently
used by London papers aud commented upou as indicating a change for
worse.
The British Admiralty does not believe the report of the death of Admiral Seymour, commander of the International relief columns, and semi
Official assurauoca are giveu that there
seems to be not the slightest evideuce
to baok np suoh a report. It Is pointed
ont that Admiral Seymour had
sufficient supplies to enable him to get
to Pakin or to get back.
"We are hopeful," says the semi-ofll
cial announcement, "that since he bus
done the latter he has done the tinnier."
A dispaloh to the Associated Pram
from Shanghai, dated yesterday, says:
"The Consuls met today lo consider
the situation, which, iu the absence of
news from Pekin, is looked ou as particularly threatening. Grave fears still
exist as to the safety of the Europeans
in Pekin. It wbb agreed to wire the
Senior Consul at Che Foo to communicate with the senior officers at Taku
asking for Immediate assistance in gelling communications with l'ekin direct,
which they believe can be brought
about through Sluing, the Director of
Telegraphs. They advise that Shaug
be asked !���<> explain the interruptions
of coinmunicitioiiB.
The stoppage of trade has thrown ton
thousund coolies out of work at Shanghai.
All the English ladies at Tien Tsiu
left there .Saturday by train for Taka.
Shanghai wires tbey had somo exciting
experiences and would not havo gotten
through except for the assistance of the
Chinese troops. Tho Hoxers made several desperate attempts to attack the
train.
Tnking advantage of the politicnl disorders, bands of raiders ure pillnging
in the vioinity of Han Chun The Chinese authorities nrn powerless. Pre
cautions are beiug token to prevent die
turbouces in British territory.
The explanation given nt Hong Kong
of the failure of l.i Hung Chang to go
to Pekin is that there is an uprising on
the border of Kow Loon Hinterland.
The Singapore correspondent of The
Daily Express, telegraphing veslcr-
terday. says:
"Kang Wu Yei, the reformer, asserts that Russian agents precipitated
if they did   not    organise   the present
disturbances for purely  Russian purposes,
A dispatch to The Dally Telegram
from Shanghai says that the missionaries around Tsung Chow have
safely arrived at We Dei Wei.
The    Shanghai      correspondent    of
The Times says:   "Great destruction
was   caused   by   the  Hoxers   in   the!
native quarter of Tien Tsin on June!
1.1th.     The   presence  of  the   foreign
troops In the foreign  Settlement  protected  tbat part  of  the city.    The
Washington, D. C, June 81,��� Minister Wu was seen today after his
visit to the State Department.
He said Secretary Hay lias expressed
bis   gratification   at   the  hcwb the
Minister bad brought from Viceroy
l.iu, of the three great Yang Tse
Kiang Provinces, Kiang Su, Kiang Si
and An Hud, to the effect that he is
in conjunction with his colleague.
Viceroy Chan, of the Provinces of
Hunan and Hu Pah, and that they
were fully competent to maintain
order and insure prelection to all
foreigners within their jurisdiction
and asking that no foreign forces be
landed within the Provinces.
.Minister Wu said he would reply t
Viceroy l.iu and repeat Seoretary
Hay's assurances that no foreign
troops, or more specifically, United
States forces would invade liis territory so long as peace and order were
preserved therein.
The appearance of alien forces in
these Provinces, said Mr. Wu, would
be fur from having a subduing effect
on any disorder that might he brewing under cover and would only briug
a llainc if the spark was there.
"Was your Qovernment at Washington responsible," he queried, "for the
Itolinii lyiichiug at Tallulab? No.
Neither is tbe Chinese Qovernment responsible for the depredations of lawless natives over whose movements it
has no control. Dues not, (the action
ot the Empress Dowager in degrading
the Commandant of the Taku forts for
Bring on the foreign lleet prove the Imperial Qovernment had no part in it?''
The Minister wes surprised and sorry
to henr of the report that Li Hung
Cluing had unconsidered his intention
and would not go to Pekin. He said
he had great faith in his ability to relieve the sit nation there. He. also expressed bis belief tbat Seymour's ool-
iimn had arrived nt Pekin and that tbe
Legations there ere safe.
PROVINGE
Berlin, June 81.- Lu Hai Houn, Chinese Minister in Berlin, received a representative of the Associated Press today. In reply to questions be denied
emphatically that the Chinese Government meant to wage wnr and declared
the commanders of tbe Taku forts undoubtedly acted without instructions,
lie referred to the reports of the murder of Huron Von Ketteler and of the
destruction of the Legations as "fables."
POSTAL TKEATY.
British   Ambassador Has   Conference
With U. S. Postal Department.
Washington, June 21.���Sir Julian
Paiincefote. the liritish Ambassador,
called at the Post Office Department
today and had a long conference with
the Acting Postmaster General, The
subject of the interview was stated to
have been increased postal facilities
between this country and Knglaud.
It is Understood the Ambassador is
endeavoring to have the United Stales
enter Into a postal treaty with England, This matter has frequently
been considered, but the United
has always declined lo enter into such
au  arrangement,    It  is said  that o
refusal was made within the last few
months,
kiiedive visits England.
Abbas lllmll Arrived In Lngland Yes
torduy on orilclai Visit.
London, June 21.��� Abbas Hiinli, the
Khedive of Bcypt, arrived iu English
waters today on his firm oflleinl visit
to this Oonntry, The royal yacht Os-
linrnn brought His Highness from
Flushing to Pott Victoria, where he
was received with it salute flom the
lleet.
Tho Khedive is accompanied by tho
commnndor of the Anglo-Egyptian
forces, General Wingale and Sir James
Bodd. liritish Secretary of Legation
and Secretary of the Consulate General
ln Egypt.
PKINCESS AKIBEKT SAILS.
Left New York Yesterday After a Visit
To Canada ami United states.
New Yuri June 21. Princess Aii-
bert of Anbatt, a granddaughter of
Queen Victoria, soiled tcdny on lbs
North (let man Lloyd steamer l'riedericli
derGrosac, nnder the name of Countess
Munsleiherg. The PlinOfSS bos travelled in Canada nnd this country, nnd at
Washington wns the guest of I .mil
I'aiiiieei'oie the ll.iiuli Ambssssdor to
this c ii .t j.
Venus Mine Joined the Ranks
of   Producers Yesterday.
Description of New Works
Just Completed
There.
Mining  News   From  Other
Districts-Provincial
News.
Yesterday ufternoon about 5 o'clock
the Venus mine, on Morniug Mountain
after ono year's development, look its
place in the ranks of the producers, ns
the new rotnry mill was put in operation for the first time nnd tbe platis began the work of collecting the precious
metal that tbe Company hopes to recover in large quantities from now
on,
The rotary mill is a new departure in
mining in this oonntry on.l its work
will be watched with keeu interest by
all who ore interested iu mining ond
the most efficient methods of getting
returns from free milling ores of the
class now being taken out of the Venus.
To uescribe the mill briefly, its modus
operandi is aa follows:
The ore iB ahot into a loed bin front
the large main bin at Iho foot of the
dump. From the feed bin it is delivered direotly into the mill. There
is uo previous crushing aa the mill itself does tho crushing in all degrees.
The ore falls into a hopper at the top
of the mill and thence tails between a
cone, which is in reality the axis of the
mill, and the ornsbiug rings which encircle tho oono. The space between
tbe none and the crushing rings varies
as tbo ore descends. In order to get
the neoSBsary "pinch" npon tbe ore lo
crush it as it descends between the
faces of (he cone aud the inside cir-
cninfrence of the crushing rings, the
rings, which involve simultaneously
with the cone, are thrown out of true
by a "poll-off" wheel. The motion
impartod to the rings hy this mechanism causes their inner surfaces to approximate the snrface of the cone. The
descending ore is theie caught between
these faces and ernshed to the llneness
of a ooarse sawdust. It then passes
down under the balls upon which the
base of the mill revolves. There it is
giveu its final crushing which reduces
it In the "pulp." It is then thrown
against and pnsses through a forty
mesh screen, which encircles tho base
of the mill, into a circular gutter for
distribution   over the   outside   plates.
As the ore descends fiom the lirst
crushing it passes over copper plates
and ngain over a second set of plates
before it reaches the balls Aftir passing through tbe soreen it falls Into the
circular   gutter   which bis   u!bo   lined
Ith plates, and from there it is discharged into a ''launder'' by which it
is evenly distributed over three sets of
ontside plates, containing three plates
to eaoh sot. The tailings are collected
In a large tailing pound just below the
mill for subsequent cyanide treatment.
By the courtesy of Dr. Doollttle.
managing dlri'.'tor of the Venus loin-
puny, a Miner man visited the mine
yesterday and was shown the entire
property by the Doctor.
The lirst thing that attracts attention  upon   approaching   the   camp   is
the absolute sanitary condition of the
whole place, The men nre most
comfortable housed and the mess room,
ill a separate building, is a model of
cleanliness. In the forward part of
the same house Is the office of the
superintendent of the mine.
After a short walk the mine itself
is reached.
The No. I tunnel, which is about
800 yards from the mill-house, is now
188 feet deep and is timbered only
part of the way In, as the rook" forma
Hon becomes more solid iu the further
part. The vein Is clearly defined all
the way In and varies in thickness
from is inches to four feet. The
most of the ore laxly is decomposed
quartz, so disintegrated that It can be
readily crushed between the lingers.
This tunnel is connected by au upraise
with No. :; tunnel, which is located
about   too yards obliquely down the
hill,   as   the   vein   has  a  dip iu that
dtrootlon.
No, '.' has been driven ubout 500
feet anil its interior presents the same
condition, as to the ore body, as the
upper tunnel. An ore chute connects
the second tunnel with No. 1 which ih
about 125 yards lower, iu the same
oblique direction.
Nu. 1 tunnel is in about 7IK) feet ond
presents similar oond'ilons ns to tbe
vein, etc. In all three tunnels the vein
is most distinctly defined, the hanging
wall being uf grnuite and dearly out
from tbe vein, as is also the foot wall.
So marked is the cleavage that, whore
the ore body hns been removed, in many
places the hanging will! forms nu oblique
roof to the tunnel and uo timbering is
needed.
At the inner ond of tho No. 1 tunnel
Tho Miner man scooped out a handful of
the ore, carried it to the mouth of the
tunnel and was able to "pan" it without crushing. A few moments rocking
showed excellent colors.
The ore will bo shot from No. 8 and
No. 2 funnels info No. 1 and tniuiuied
to the dumping bin, from there it
passes into a feeding bin, being weighed for Hie day's run ns it passes iu, and
is then delivered by an automatic feeder into the mill.
The two bins, mill house and engine
house ore all contained ia a log building
over 711 feet high, which is a marvel ia
log construction aud presents a most
unique appearance, the tramway from
No. 1 tunnel running right on the roof.
Nenr the mill house is a huililiug containing tlie otlice nnd liviug rooms uf
Mr. Hubert Hcd.lle, superintendent of
construction,
A building will he erected close by to
contain the mine superintendent's oflice and assay ollice. A new Ininkboiisc
wtl! be cotisftnoted, containing sleeping
rooms, smoking room and bath renins
and (he heavy limber will be cleared up
for a wide space around th�� mine.
Taken all in all. considering the short
time tlie whole work bus been under
construe���op and realizing the poor facilities for troiisporaiioii. gnat results
hove been accomplished nud the Venus
mines erenow on Important   lector iu
the mining industry ofthe Kootenay.
WHITI: GROUSE NOTES.
Messrs. Fisher and Homa have gnuu
into thu Man- tie l.i syndicate properly
to open np some leads which were ex-
ecplioiially promising lost year and it
is autioipoted Unit some very gratifying results will be produced. The
Swede group, owned hy Milton and
KriiHiin, three claims immediately
east of the property of the Kaslo-Blo-
oan Development Co., Limited, have
one nf the best showings that has been
met with iu the Kootuiiays. A lead nl
some four feel carrying high vnluss in
copper and gold mils thronght all of
the claim- and across one of tbe
claims of the above named company
The intention of the owners ja to enn
tinuo a tunnel now in some sixty feet
about twenty feet moro to cross the
lead at a depth of fifty feet where the
grade of ore will iu these formations
ho found higher than upon the surfune.
President W. I!. Sl rat linn ofthe Kaslo
Slocan Developing Co., Limited, has
taken on a small forco of men to do
some preliminary work on tbe company's property and will return shortly and report as fo tbe condition of the
roads unci trails and the feasibility of
piosecuting development on an extended scale. Prominent representatives of
capital are in correspondence with the
company with the ohjnot of iiisrecting
all the White Grouse properties at as
early a date as possible, so that a season of grout activity all through the
district may Im conllrtently expected.
Mr. Mm in in also goes lu shortly tu
inspect his recent purchasers fur his
syndicate, and the Storm King nud
Copper King gionps nil being In active
operation this district will certainly
gain the prominent placo It deserve*
among its many at.Tactions to capital.
SPORTSMEN'S   TOUKNAMENT.
Spokane Mar Wins the Urownloe Tro
phy for crack Shots.
Victoria, li-C, June  21.���The only
big event in the Sportsmen's Tournament htrs today was the shoot for the
Brownlee trophy, which T. I!, Wore of
Spokoue won with a score of 'ii. Leo-
ftsly was second Willi 20. Spokane
captured both flrsl and second prizes
in the team shoot i.nd Victoria wu
third.
BULLER
Has Pressed His Advance and
Is Now at Paarde
Kop.
Boers Assert    France  Has
Declared War Against
England.
Transvaal  Government Reduced to Sore Financial
Straits.
lilt    tssoi I \ I I-l> PRESS.)
London, June 22 I a.ut.��� General
Buller is pressing his advance. Oo
Wednesday he followed the Johannesburg Railway to.I'aarde Kup, 41 miles
from Slainleiton. About .'Hill Hoers
singly or in small parties have surrendered.
Tbe War Office brj issned a list of
casnalties In engagements sronnd
Hailbron, previously undisclosed.
Lord Huberts hns sdopted tbe Transvaal mining regulations lor military
administration.
A despatch from Lorenzo Marque/.
says: "The Boers have printed and
posted on every corner the following:
���Maehedorp, Monday. Tbe Pails Kx-
position has dosed aid France bas declared war against Knglaud. Fifty
miles of railway has been destroyed lu
the Free State and 8000 British have
surrendered.'
Five miles of telegraph between Kom-
atipooit and Kooplaideu are down and
native ruunera traverse tbe distunes.
The Hoers oontinue to assert tbat they
have had  successes east of Pretoria.
The Colonial Office publishes a notification, by tbe military Government at
Johannesburg, of tbe stoppage of a
check for ��40,UOt)drawn for theJFrenoh
bank in South Afrioa upon tbe National
bank of the South Afrioan Republic,
and warning all persons against dealing
in the clii-nk as the funds of the National
bank ure the property ot the Queen.
Tlie Transvaal Qovernment, according to the Lorenso Marquez correspondent of The Times, is reduced to
severe financial straights and is en-
devoring to meet the   emergency with
treasury bills but the people refuse to
accept them, The first train for
Pretoria left Cape Town yesterday.
] London, Julie II.���It Is hoped in
London thai (leneral Buller's advance
west will hasten the conclusion of
hostilities by cutting oil all communications between President Steyn and
Genet-1 Dewet'e force in the Orange
River Colony aud General Botha's
Hurgbers iu the Transvaal and lu
completing the combined movement
against Steyn and llewct to which
Lord Roberta referred iu a reeeut
dispatch.
Dispatches from Lore���so Marque*
reiterate the statement that Secretary
ReltS sailed for Europe recently ou a
Dutch warship.
Panic Kop, Transvaal, June II.���
The British column arrived here today. The presence of the army has
induced many Burghrrs to lay ilowli
their arum. The retreating Boers
have destroyed bridges und culverts
but   the   Bandapmlt   bridge   is Httla
damaged.
  4J
HODGSON WOUNDED.
Governor of Gold Coast Colony Wounded In Sortie.
Accra, June 21.���Hir Frederick Hodgson, Governor of Gold Cosst Colony,
was wounded in the shoulder during a
recent sortie from the fort. It is rumored that eight officers were killed.
Mr. W. A. Hsrvey visited tbe Chapleau Mine yesterday, iu company with
Mr. J. M. Williams, and said last
nigbt thst. iu his opinion, tbe Chapleau was one of ths best properties he
hsd visited in ths district. Tbe location of the mine snd mill is snob that,
mining and winning of tbs vslaes oan
he carried on at a minimum of cost.
The mine ss developed by tbt tunnel*
shows remarkable bodies of ore,    ____
\J NELSON DAILY MINER, FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1900
-Nelson Daily Miner
I'lilillsinsl Dally excepti Mumlur,;,
Kl sun  MlNEIt 1'lllNTINU  A l'UIII.IHKlNU OO
l> J.   BKATON, Killtor and Hauager.
ft. 	
MlIllHl Itll-rlllN   ItATKH,
Daily per montli liy earlier I   08
per half yoar    S SO
pur yen    7 00
per yi.:u' t)y  mall..     500
par roar foreign -   800
t"tl ��� ���   u.
Nku>on Wbkkly Minkh,
Weeklr. per half yoar ��� t IS
ii, i' vmu    3 UO
in-, voar, foreign    % 60
BubscrtpUoa. Invariably In lulvanne:
Nelson Min sr Printing & PubllshlngCo
nelson. b. o.
Telephone   No.   144.
I gives rise that are responsible in
large measure for the low political
standard that has been so -marked
during the pnst year or two.
l-omlon I England] (Hike, 145 Fleet Streot, K.G
Central Press Agency, ���hutted, Special Agont.l
A POOR SORT  OF   POLITICS.
WINDER/MERE NOTES.
"Mr. Dunsmuir's selection of
Messrs. Turner and Eberts for two
important portfolios," says The
Vancouver Province, "has naturally created the impression that he
aims at a practical revival of the
old Turner regime and is bent on
slighting the other political elements that combined for the purpose of overturning Martinism." It
is charitable enough to add that the
impression may not be well founded. From other quarters has come
the suggestion that the assignment
of these portfolios meant that the
just claims of the Mainland were to
be disregarded. It the country did
not declare tor the revival of the old
Turner regime it came very close to
it; and it declared for that much
more distinctly than it declared for
anything else.
There is teo much penny���halfpenny politics in British Columbia
for its good. If it is not a jealousy
of factions it is a jealousy of sections. Just now there are both.
Of all the members elected on the
9th we do not know of any two on ]
whom the choice of a Premier, who |
had the public good alone at heart,
would more naturally fall than on
Mr, Turner and Mr. Eberts. They
have had experience as administrate s, are men of ability, and we do
not know that their honesty was
ever impugned. They have been'
useful public servants, and there is
no reason to suppose that they
would be any the less useful under
Mr. Dunsmuir. In the light of public opinion, as expressed in the elections, and considering their past
services and their qualifications as
Ministers, it would a singular thing
indeed if the two gentleman named1
had been passed over. Ot course
in giving expression to this view
The Miner is not to be understood
as having any knowledge of little
personal intrigues that are supposed
to play an influential part in the
politics of the Province. It judges
only from a public standpoint and
with regard solely to public interests.
The jealousy between Island and
Mainland is most deplorable. At
this writing it is not known what
Mr. Dunsmuir will do for the Mainland in the matter of his Cabinet,
but if Island and Mainland would
both recognise the superior wisdom
of selecting the best men lor Cabinet positions, irrespective of the localities they represent, it would be a
fortunate thing for the Province. We
ure all British Columbians, and if
we are notweought to be. If the five
or six most capable men as Ministers belonged to Cassiar, let them
be selected from Cassiar. It is the
best men we want; where they live
is a matter of no consequence whatever so long as they remember that
they are British Columbians. There
can be no more vicious policy, no
policy that tends more to prevent
the elevation of our politics, than
the practice of apportioning portfolios to localities, in total disregard
of qualifications or fitness. Other
things being equal, a distribution
among districts might prove advantageous; but it is wretched politics
to give representation merely for
the sake of the district. It is this
npirit and the jealousies to which  it J
Windermere, June 17.���Development work ou an extensive scale has
commenced oil tbe Parudlsu 11 roup,
Spring Oreek, This property is Considered without any exception the
largest proposition iu British Columbia. The group is under bond, to W.
It. R. Bruce, C. K., of Peterborough,
representing Eastern capital. Andrew
Kenrose is in charge of the development work. Work has been commenced on the Isaac (Iruup ou Number Two Creek. White Cat Group oil
Houblur Creek, a silver lead proposition, will be worked throughout the
suaimer. Diamond Group on Spring
Creek is showing up in a remarkable
manner. P. Stratford has charge of
development work. Phoenix Group,
situated ou Horse Thief Creek, is being
worked by K. S. Gallop, South Side
Group, situated on Jumbo Basin, is
also being worked by R, S. Gallop.
Prospectors continue to arrive at
Peterborough daily from all points of
the Province. From preseut indications Windermere mining properties
will hum thin season. The Black
Prince, on Boulder Creek, will be
developed by V. M. Chadboiirne, of
Nelson. Work will commence almost
Immediately. Jupiter Star, on Boulder Creek, It Is understood, will be
bonded in the Immediate future.
Shamrock, adjoining the Paradise
Group, will be bonded almost Immediately, The Silver Thread Group, on
Law Creek, will be developed, work
to commence almost at once.
New Goods!
Just  received   from
manufacturers.
the
The very latest ideas in���
PUrses
Card Cases
shopping
pags
peRs, Etc.
Canada mm &
BOOK CO.
" Still let the mind be bent, still
plotting where,
And when, and how, the business
may be done"
���Herbert
THE BEST PUCE
Ws know of  is at 178 Baker
Street, Nelson, evert day.
We'll show yon HOW when yon
come in.
T. H. BROWN
JEWELER
178 Baker Street. Nelson.
Wholesale Houses.
NELSON, B. C.
AERATED AND MINERAL WATERS
THORPE & CO., I.iMii'Ki).���Cornor Vor
non niul Cedar HtroetH, Nolnon, nmnu-
faeturom of and wholeHalo dealer,* in aornlod
water* and fruit syrupn, Sole iwonui for Halcyon Sprtntrri mineral water.  Tol 110
NELSON SODA WATER FACTORY
���N. M. CuminitiK, LeSsea, Kvery known
variety nf nott drinks. P, O. Box 88. Telo-
phono No. 31. Heovor Hlrooi, NelKnn. Uottlein
of tho Kamoua si. Loon Hot SiirhiKH Minural
Water.
 OIQARS	
KOOTENAY CIGAR MANUFACTURING PQ."-���Tanufaotureni of iho
ltoynl Sua! anu lCoolanry nolle Ulnar*. Factory and olllco, Baker Hi rest, Nelson, B. ('.
..WARM   WEATHER..
..WEARABLES..
WE HAVE THEM FOR YOU, AND AT PRICES
THAT PLACE THEM WITHIN THE !
REACH OF EVERYONE.
HUDSON'S BAY
COMPANY.
White   Muslin    Blouse;    regular   price $1.40;    ^m.  -v^
Slaughter Sale  price      vjpl.UU
Colored Muslin Blouse, in blue, pink and laven-    ^* nr\
der;  regular price $2;   slaughter price.. .    >pl.UU
White   Pique   Skirts,   fancy   trimming;   regular q_<-\  i->,\
price $3. so; slaughter price  v{p_��.��_)U
Colored   Parasols;    regular   price   $5;     to   be mc% rye*
slaughtered at  MP_*./*J
Summer  Corsets;    regular  price  75c;     to   be -^.
slaughtered at  4UC
LUMBER.
Delivered to an any point on
Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock
on hand of
BOUGH AND
DRESSED LUMBER,
SHINGLES.
MOULDINGS, SASH DOOR'*
INSIDE FINISH.
COAST FLOORING
and
FINISHED LUMBER.
(Mill at PILOT BAY.
Tarda, NELSON and I, All 1)0.
HEAD  OFFIOE
:nelson.
J.  A.   SAYWARD.
RELSTERER k CO.
Brewera of Fine Lager
Beer and Porter.
Drop in and see un.
NELSON,
B. a
OertificateZof ImproTemrnta.
Notice���Venango and 8henango Mineral claim, aitaate in tbe Nelson Mining Divlolon of Weil Kootenay District. Where located���On west aide of
Kagle Crunk, about 3,000 feet wintliw.nl
of Poorman quartz mill.
Take notice that I, Chaa. Moore, of
KhhIo, Ii. C, acting aa agent for .line.
K. French F. M. O. Nn. 11.805B and
Imian Krickwin, Free Miner'a Certifl
cate No. 11,804 B, Intend, nuty dayB
from the date heruof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a Certificate of
Improvements for the pnrpoee of obtaining a Crown Grant of tbe above
olaim.
And farther take notice tbat aotion,
unrtor lection 87, ninit be oommenoeil
before tha liioance ot noon Oertlfloate
of Improvement*
Dated tbi" ilfitb day of April, 1000,
CHAS. MOORS, P, h k
COMMISSION MEROHANT8
HJ. EVANS & OO.-UaKor Struct, Nel
��� non, wliolotuuu duulorrt in ilquorx, cigar*
coluont, tiro brick and Ilroclay, water pipe und
steel rullH and general cotiimlHHion niorchanUi.
JFRUITS  AND  OONFEOTIONERV-
JA, M'DQNALD - Madden Blook,
. Nelcon, il. C��� Fruits, lec cream,
U. 11. (JhooolaUis, hitch clajtH confoottonory.
loo ('ream parlor*.
GRAIN, HAY AND OEREALS
BRACKMAN - K.ER MILLING CO.
Limitkd.���Wholesale and roUiil dealer*
ln grain, nay, Hour, food. Mill* at Victoria,
Now WowtminHUir. Kdmonton, AltA. Kloval-
oi - on Calgary A Kdmonton Itallway, Manufacturer* of celebrated B ��� K brand cereal*.
IF  YOU   HAVE  VISITED  US   DURING  THE
RUSH AND HAVEN'T SECURED ALL YOU
WANTED,  COME  IN   EARLY  TODAY.
THERE ARE BARGAINS FOR YOU
ALL    AND    IN    EVERYTHING.
INCORPQR-BRO i��7Qlk
Kickers
If you get your
Football
Shoes
at the HUDSON'S
BAY STORES you
will do all your
kicking on the ball.
You will have
no kick at the price
or quality.
All sizes.
GROCERIES
/Vi      Front   aim   lull
& OO.��� Corii-r
titreoin, wholesalo
prooora and jobbora ln bliuikou, glovo*. mitts,
boot*, rubbora, muckiuawri and miner*' huh-
drioH.	
ARCHITECTS
&,. MACDONALD    (H.
CA^
IHirintondeiitH,   	
and Ward fcH*., Nolnon. ti. I
A. Macdonald) -Ar_lilU.'cU and Su-
Brokon Hill Hloek, Cor. linker
LUMBER
NELSON SAW & PLANING MILl.
Onlco cornur Hall   nnd Kront Httvel*.
Nelnoii, ti. (-'.   Lumber, Ceiling, Flooring and
every tiling   in   wood   for  building   puiin. <��� .
(Jet pur prices.   I'orrcHponrtcnco koIIciUmI.
MARTIN O'REILLY
& CO.
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
P  BURNS A CO-H"kor Street, NcIhoii,
���   wholo-ulo  itc.iii-    in front! aud cured
tueaU,   Cold wtorngo.
WEST KOOTENAY BUTCHER CO-
���linker titrceL Nol non.   WnoleHitlodeal
ei i In frotih and cured meat-,
HARDWARE A  MINING SUPPLIES
VANCOUVER   HARD
\fL "Limitkb���Hiifcor titroot
DWARE   CO'Y.
jet, Nelwon,   whole
nalo dealer* in hardwnro and mining KuppUon,
plumberti' and tinsmith'- ttuppUofl.
ELSON  HARDWARE   OO.-Whole
gale jLinu ������ and mi .
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LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.
TURNER, BEETON A OO.-Oornor
Vernon and JoHCphlno StrooUJ, NoMon
wholesale d_alern In lii(iiorn cigars and dry
goodH. Agents for Pabsi Ilrewing Co, uf Milwaukee and Calgary Hruwing Co. of Calgary,
HUDSON'S BAY OO.-Wholew-lu grc~
oeriuH anu liquors, etc., Itaker SL, Noltum.
/CALIFORNIA   WINE   CO-   Umjtod,
\^/ eornor Front anil Hull Streets, Nelson,
Wholesalo dealors In WIiilm (��� ;��� ������ and hulk),
and Domettta and Imported Cigars.
PROVISIONS, PRODUCE A FRUITS
JY- GRIFFIN
a   and Josephlu
GRIFFIN   A  00>���Oornor   Vernon
id Josuphluo Street a. Nolson, wholesale
dealors in provisions, cured meals, butter and
IFYOU SMOKE
Smoke Our Cigars
Tliey ;irc made in your midst, of
the finest Havana Tobacco.
Where good Cigars are sold
they can  be bought.
The Royal Seal and Kootenay
Belle.
Union made.
Kootenay Cigar
Mfg. Co.
NELSON,
B. C.
Nelson Employment Agencv
WANTED
Man to run compresaor.
C0NTKA0T8    TAKEN    FOIl    DIAMOND
CORK IIUII.I.INH.
J. H. LOVE, Agt     Baker S'
Gamble &0'Reilly
REAL  ESTATE
AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
BAKER  STTEET.
FOR SALE.
Two lots uud house, H rooms, Imtli
room niul kitchen, all modern improvements, pood view, handy lo
town, ��:i,!iOO.   Terms.
FOK RENT.
New OOttage, Mill Street. ItH per
month
New Cott���BO, Stanley Street. S:i()
per mouth.    All modern eonvenienees.
Two new cottages, Wore Street, 81.1
eaeh.
Gamble b O'Reilly.
Agents.
GEO. GURD
Room 1. Turner-Boeokh Blook.
Real Estate & Mining Agent
HOUSES   FOR   SALE
1 ���l-room   house,  all   convoniuncoa, 2
lots down town.    A bargain.
I IniiM'H in all pin ih of tho city.
Dakar    Streot    improved   property.
I limine 15 por cent net.
BUILDING  LOTS  FOR  SALE
76-feot bent reHldenno ooruoi in the
city.    A imup
A good Hat of building lota to sfllent
from.
MILLINERY
Trimmed Hata sold at the lowest
possible rates.
I'.iiIiiiii-m of Pattern lints at oost.
All Millinery rednced.
Also Fashionable Dresimaking. First
(Mass Fit ( MiutuntiTii. Priaes reasonable.
AT MRS. ENFIELD'S
UpBtalra In the New Hall Block.
Charles St. Barbe
.Stock and Share
Broker
General Agent.
* WE   HAVE   SOLD  75%   OF  ALL  THE
PORTLAND CEMENT,
FIRE BRICK, FIRE CLAY,
and SEWER PIPE
Used in the Kootenay.
������������
JUST EEOEIVED-OAELOAD
Dominion Ale and Porter
(in pints and quarts)
Dominion White Label Ale
(pints and quarts)
Ibis is the finest Ale brewed in Canada. 1
Dominion Bulk Ale
(in 15 gallon kegs)
Teacher's Scotch Whisky
18  8T1LL  THE  BEST.
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H. J. EVANS & CO.
NELSON, B. O.
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THE WM. HAMILTON  MANUFACTURING CO.
LIMITED.
MINING   MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH,    ONTARIO,
CANADA.
We are now doing business in
99000000000000009990.
A. R. BARROW, amice.
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Corner Victoria and Kootonar SU.
I'. O, Hoi 658. Telephone No, 06
OUR   NEW   STANDj
(THE   OLD   BURNS   SHOP)       j
Next to  Nelson  Hotel, where we hope to see all our
OLD customers and many  NEW ones.
Give  us  a  call.
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I        KIRKPATRICK  A   WILSON
j   Telephone 10 p. o. Box K. and W.  |
HUDSON'S
BAY
STORES.
LIME.
The Nelson Coke &
Gas Company is
now prepared to supply the best LIME
in   the   country   at
5oc per cwt
Special rates on carload   lots.     Apply
Baker Slreet.
Atlantic S. S. Lines
Kiom Monln-al
Judb .*'
Jiinf w
July...
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Dominion l.ino "V i"���"v"r .;
Hoavor Lino 'Xako 1 nhnin   j���:.o -V
Boavor Uno '_UBlt��U- ������ "j^'MTort
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White Star ..I.in:     MfJ���I" ��������� ]mte tt
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B������l__-.-��H.K.Offln_.J_��|��
A. R. SHERWOOD
General Agent for Southern B.0,
for the
Birkbeok InveBtmmit. Security & Saving"
0o��� of Toronto,
Money Loaned on StralghUlortgaKe.
Beat B��tnte ond &��urnno��'
E. p. WHALLEY, J' *
NOTARY PUBLIC. |
Of���cew.tnC.W.WeSt_Co..Cor.H-"   t
and Baker Sts,
OU, Offloe of tho Nolnon Bod��.W'
yaetory. NELSON DAILY MINER. FRIDAY, JUNE 22, iqoo
1���
LOCAL AND   PERSONAL
Port Stewart Mno will leavo for
Okn110Kn.11 thin moriiiiiK  1111   ���   trip of
Inspection,
VniiiU HobliiiiK, M. K., of tho
North Star Mine In the Botintlavy
country, in in Nelson fur a ivw diiys.
Mnnistnile Ciimihi> will linlil a Small
Debt. Court at the County Court ilousn
at 2 o'clock this afternoon, 'l'horo are
nix oases to be disposed of.
A dleoharge has been filed nt tho
Mining Reoordet's offloe of the lis pendens reoorded against tbe Original
mineral claim by J. L, Parker.
The steamer Ymir will not be able
to maun lmr regnlar trips for two or
lined <1hth oh hIio wuh laid up yiiHtor-
iluy niorniiitr to imve hnr ruildor ro-
plnood.
Wbile tbe circus people won' preparing tn lower their tents lust night
one "f the men In throwing 1111 iron
pin Accidentally hit Arthur Pool ou
the forehead, luflloting 11 severe out.
D. Petle, who wns arrested 0 few
iiuys n(io fur stealing pokei ohlps from
tho Klonilyko Baloon, ami who won
in.nielli before Magistrate Orease yea-
lerday morning, was given a senlenoe
of three nuiiitliH with bard labor nt the
1'roviuoial Jail.
T. P, Forest of Spokane, Superintendent nf the Spokane Palls & Northern Division, arrived in the city yesterday. He reports that there has been
an increase of business along the line
during the pant month,
Alderman Hodden of Kaslo was in
Nelson yesterday. lln says that
almost every man, woman and child
in Kaalo is coming to Nelson's Dominion Day celebration, and that
tliey are all particularly interested in
the Water Carnival,
It is proposed to have a game of
ciieketat the Recreation grounds tomorrow ufternoon nt 2 o'clock. Any
cricketers desiring to piny, who have
not been asked by the club,are requested to put in an appearance at that
time, It is hoped that a good guine
will ensue.
���11 nine: Fred C. Livin, Whitewater:
D, K. Molleson, Toronto; George A
Campbell. Victoria: Mrs. K, .1. Dun.
phey and family, Stand Forks; Mrs.li.
Boetehe., Kaslo; It. MoGuire, Molly
CiiliBon Mines; 1'eroy Dickinson, Slo-
caii; J. S. McLean, Kosfllaud.
Phair; A. Sutherland, Ainswortbj
Mr. and Mrs, L, N. Fraser, Kaslo; P,S.
Forest, Spokane; T. (1. Hull, Vancouver; Dr. It. Young, ltosslnnd: It. It.
Porter, Grinid Forks; T. V. Hunter,
B-verton; P. .!. Hiokey, Bandon; CW.
Vedder, Spokane; Mrs, E. Nelson Pell,
Miss O. Fell, Nelson Pell, Minn Vnn
Agnow, F. Van Agnew, Athabasca
Mines; U. I). Trevor, Ainswoith; II.
Alleuberg, Spokane.
The local lacrosse team will not go to
Greenwood to play on the 2111b as wns
expected. C. Archibald, secretary of
tho local team, received u letter yesterday from I'. 11. Pair, secretary of the
Oreenwood team, which stated that
they were not able to _ct n team to
play the Nelson boys.
The Miner has received two letters,
both unsigned, one of tbem defending
the action of the men taking out rock
for the city and the other very much
the reverse. As the names of the
writers nre not even given as an
evidence of good faith the letters will
not be published. The Miller nilist
know, even if the public does not,
who its correspondents arc.
Word wns received hero yesterday
thnt Mrs. W. Crittenden, who has been
a resident of Nelson for several years,
and who has been spending the past
few moutliH at Spokane, died there
onrly yesterday morning. Mrs. Crittenden, who was about 111 years nf age,
leaves ii husband, W. 0riltendeu, and
a little daughter. Dr. Crittenden left
for Spokane Ibis morning, and it is
thought that tho funeral will lake place
there.
Mr. Li. W. Ramble, train muster of
the Delaware, l.aeknwann & Western
Railroad, who bus been ii gnesl al the
Phair Hotel for two weeks past, left
yesterday for California, Mr. Keinble
Is enjoying a six month's leave of
absence and is visiting all of the
Western country. He paid Nelson the
compliment of saying that if lie were
free to spend the balance of his life
Wherever he pleased he would move
his goods and chattels to this oity.
"The Great Syndicate Shows" played
in Nelson yesterday to about KIKI people at the afternoon and evouing performance. Because of the additional
$100 demanded us n guarantee thntthey
would put the Keoreatiou Grounds in
ns good shape as they found them, they
pitched their teuts on the giminds at
the terminal of the street enr Hue, and
therefore did not draw lis well as they
would have had they usrd the grounds
on Hall street. Todny they show at
Ymir.
The High Hchonl Entrance Kxiiminii-
tion for Nelson and Ihe surrounding
towns wns started nt l> n.m. yesterday
at the Public School Building. The
examination will continue until this afternoon. There were twelve pupils
present and all seemed to make good
progress on the .et ot questions, William Burns, Public Bchool Inspector for
this Dlstrlot, presided. The subjects
which were written upon yesterday
ween liritish history, geography, dictation, writing, mental nrft-raetio,grammar and composition, Those whieli
will be Written upon todny aro written
arithmetic, physiology, reading, bookkeeping nmi Canadian history. Notwithstanding the fact that the examinations are'as hard as tbey were Inst
year a greater percentage will pass,
which is greatly due to the latesl. methods of teaching lining adopted by the
instructors,
As announced ln The Miner yesterday morning, all of Nelson's wholesale shippers and oommeroial travelers
are roquoStod lo attend a meeting
at tho 11 ii nit- Hotel on Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. The meeting is
called for the purpose of talcing some
action in connection with the Carnival ou Julie 2 and S and those who
have interested themselves ill the
matter are anxious that every wholesale shipper and every commercial
man traveling out of Nelson should be
present. It Is especially desired that
every branch of the wholesale business
be represented,
Messrs. D, S, and 1). ,T. Mel.achlan,
brothers, have purchased the business
aud good will of the Nelson branch of
the Vancouver Hardware Company.
The Mc.Lilclilan brothers have been
respectively buyer and traveler for
tlie Vancouver Hardware (Jo., therefore they are thoroughly familiar with
their business. They announce that
they will push the business here and
will add materially to tlie stock now
carried. Mr. John Baniicrinuu, who
has been manager of the branch here,
will remain in Nelson for a few
months after which he will go to
Vancouver and again become connected with tlie Vancouver Hardware
Company.
The following Locations, etc.,
were recorded at the Mining Recorder's Olllee yesterday: Original,
on Mineral Mountain, by John Muf-
fett; Maggie on west side of Bird
Creek, Fancy, on south side of Bird
Creek, by Michael O'Brien. Certificates of Work���Keno, Aberdeen, Kals-
l,i-iry, Chris Creamer; (iood Hope,
][. W. Mnsseii; Agricola, H. Por-
tuonsi Chipmunk, A. <>. Lang: Nevada, Clara B., Plorenoe B, Belle of
Day, North Star, A. G. Hang and C.
L. Parson. Transfers���Prom A. O.
Lang to N. White, quarter interest in
Blue day, for a nominal consideration; from A. Q. Lang to Fred Adie,
entire interest in the Hold Bar, for a
nominal consideration.
BRAVE MEN PALL.
Victims to stomach,liver and kidney
troubles ns well ns women, nnd all feel
the results in loss of appetite, poisons
in the blood, hncknebe, nervousness,
headneho nnd tired listless, run down
feeling. Bnt there's no need to feel
like that. Listen to J. W . Gardner,
ldaville, Ind. He says: "Eleolrio
Bitters nro jnst the thing for a man
when ho is nil run down, and don't
enre whether be lives or dies. It did
more to givo me new strength nnd
good nppetite thnn anything I conld
take. I oan now eat anything and
hnve a new lenRO on lifo." Only 5u
cents  at  Canada  Drug Ss Book Store
The nerinl tram up to the Wnllaoe-
MillerCo., Limited store is working
nicely, so is onr Juno discount sale.
It's prices that talk every time.
Spring chicken nnd nil tbo delioanios
of the season snrvod to yoo when yon
visit Plorenoe Park Hotel at Roberts'
Ranoh, two nnd n half miles up tbe
river.    W. M. Roborts, propiietor.
'BLUE RIBBON TEA IS DELICIOUS.'
NOVELTIES
OF THE RBW
Purchased   during1  a   recent
trip to ihe liast.
We have some of the neatest
and    prettiest   things   ever
shown in the Jewelry line.
Patenaude Bros.
Watchmakers, Jewolors and Opticians,
NELSON   B.O.
THE PAVILION
At 5-Mile Point
The best Summer Hotel on Kootenay
Lake Always cool and Bbndy, with
beautiful walks nnd splendid scenery.
Cue of the best spots for llsb ng on the
lake.   Firsl-cbiBS table nnd bar.   Best
of attention^ R ^^ ���______
MISCELLANEOUS
AdvortlsoniontM limorUirt nnder tills head at
tlie rate uf ono cent a word per liiwTtion. No
advertisement taken forlorn. Ulan Sfloenu,
FOB HKNT. ���A new   ll-roomud house
on Mill Street. Bath, water  connections  and  every   convenience,    S25.
Apply Brydges Ss Howell, Mara Blook,
LOSr. ��� Blaok cocker spaniel, answering to tbe name ol "Jaek."   Finder
please return to Ceo. A. Stewart Bolls,
Wallace-Miller Block.
FOB RUNT.���a rooms iu West Blook,
Apply at ollleo of 0. W. West Ss Oo.
FOB HKNT.���Furnished or unfurnished rooms.���Applewnitho Block, Cor.
of Kootonny and   Baker streets, opposite Oddfellows' Hall.
WANTED.���A lirst-eliiHS   genera]   servant.   Mrs. Taylor,   cornor Ward and
Oarbonate.
ALL KINDS-Of  plain   sewing  done.
Blouses and children's clothes a specialty,    Mrs,    Hogen,    Opposite Opera
House.
H. & M. BIRD
Agents for Eureka Mineral Wool and
Asbestos Co-
Real  Estate.   Fire  Insurance.
Private Funds to Loan.
FOK SALE.
Lots 1 and (i, Block 44F, corner of
Observatory and Hall Streets.
Lots 1 to S, Blook no, Corner of
Hoover and Hendryx Streets.
Two good building Lots, upper Bide
of Mill Street, next, to corner of Cedar,
Two roomed house on Robson Street
ohenp, tflioii oash nnd fWin. Easy terms.
Mr.Morley'bresidence across the hike.
Six roomed Honse and two Oorner
Lots on Ward Street.   Rented at $85,
Eight roomed House standing ou Hlu
foot oorner on Stanley Street. All
modern improvements including   fur-
111109.
ALEX- STEWART
Room  3.  Turuer-Boeckh Block, Nelson.
.Notary Public, Real Hfltate, Insurance
Mines, Loans.
$2,000 will buy lot with furnished
house rented for |80 por month, and
stable rented for $10 per mouth. Very
central locution.
LOTS FOR SALE
$200 cash, lot on t 'nrbonnte Street.
82,600 will purchase 1 lots and residence, Hume Addition.
$1,200 will purchase lot on Baker St.
A nice cottago nud large lot Five Mile
Point.
Rnnch at Pilot Bay, 00 ncroB culti-
vnted.
$850 house nnd lot on Rohson  Street.
84000 will buy Corner on Bnker
Street.    Easy terms.
84000 will bny Corner on Vernon
Street.
$-'o0 each will buy 5 nioo residence
lots nn Carbonate Street.
1211 n month will rent nn S roomed
house.   A snnp.
For Sale.���l.oOO sbnros of Big Horn
stock at 5 cents per share.
2000 Athabasca shares for Bale.
ARTHUR GEE,
Merchant Tailor,
REMOVED  TO
Baker  Street,
Opposite the Queen's.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Railway Company.
Lines West of Lake Superior.
"Imperial
Limited"
Service.
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ST. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL
Nklson b. C.
A HourdliiK and Dny Hchool condnelod by
ths Bisters of bt. Joseph of I'eaco. ItissltU'
nled at thucornerof Mill and Josephine streets
in one of the host rosldeiilhil nortionsof NoIhoii, and In easily aceessihlo from all parts
of Ihe city.
The course of Hlndy Includes the fiimlainen-
Inl and htKhor hnuiolieH of a tlloroilK*li KiikIIhIi
duration. BuhIiiohh conroe ��� Bookkeeping.
HtenoRraphy nnd Typewrlllnir. Bclenou oourno
���Music, Vocal and InHtrnmentali Drawing,
etc.���I'laln and Art Noedlework; Calt'thoiilos,
Kor i ���tiii* iui'1 particular* apply
Superior,
Departure   nnd    Arrival   Time
Trains  and  Steamers.
Depart from Arrivo  at
Nelson Nelson
Steamer arrives at Nelson
from tho east, Crow's Nest
branch    and   intermediate
points	
7. In Train leaves Nolson for Boss-
land     and    intermediate
points, and via Robson for
north, Kevelstoke,the ninin
* lino nnd Bnoitlc conHt points.
7.110 Train leaves Nelson for Sandon nnd interiuedinte points
nnd via Slonnu Lnke rente
(or north, Kevelstoke, tlie
main line and 1'aeillo ooast
points.
Train arrives at Nelson finm
BoRsland   and intermediate
points In. 115
Steamer arrives at Nelson
from Kaslo and intermediate points 11. oO
15.30 Trains leaves Nolson for
Kossland and intermediate
points.
10.00 Steamer loaves Nelson for
Knslo and way points.
Train nrrives at Nelson from
Kossland nnd Greenwood
and intermediate point*,
and from Kevelstoke, tho
main line, nud Pucifla const
points 18.48
Train arrives in Nelsou from
bandon and intermedinte
points,anil from Kevelstoke.
the main line and the Piu-1-
fio coast point* 111.80
32.110 Steamer leaven NoIbou for
Crowe Nest branob and all
points east.
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When we advertise a Cheap Sale we do just as we say���
Slaughter  Goods
NO    OLD    GOODS.     ALL    Till:    VERY    NEWEST.
Summer Corsets Cheap
at 75c, Sale Price 50c
$1.00 line, Sale Price 65c
$1.50 line, Sale Price 95c
Everything  in Our  Store
Suffers the Same Reductions.
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P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
W. f. ANPKRflON,
Tr��v. PaM. Agent
Nolicn
K.J,OOYL_,
A O. P.Agoot,
Vanoouvcr
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Arc they dressed in the latest   "     """*     ^^
style?    If not, call and see onr
stylish    footwear    at    popular
prices.
Onr   Ladies'  Patent Leather
Shoes are jnst rijrht.
���,s,_ LILLIEBROS.I
HEAD OFFICE NEL50N, B. C.
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Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slooan City.
Ordors by mall to any branch will hive careful and prompt attention.
CARD OF THANKS.      ]\
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Wc wish to extend our thanks to the people of Nelson
for their valued patronage during the past three years, and
also to express the hope that it will he Continued to our
successors, Messrs. McLachlan Bros., who we are salislied
will leave nothing undone lo please and satisfy all who favor
them with a share, of their business.
Very gratefully yours,
Vancouver Hardware Co., Ltd.
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Having purchased the business of the Vancouver Hardware Co., Ltd., we hope by strict attention to business and
an up-to-date stock to merit a continuance  of the  pleasant
business   relations  enjoyed  by   our predecessors.     It is our
V      intention  to enlarge our stock to meet the requirement! of
W      this progressive city.    Please note future advertisements.
{5 McLachlan Bros.
"HAMMOCKS
PRICES $1.25 TO $4.00.
CALL  AND  SEE  THEM.
Lawren66 Hardware 60.
Nelson,  B. C.
Merchants' Bank of Halifax
Incorporated 1869.
OaplUl i'iiiii.ti|i,    .   .    .    *i,->KT��,tt;o.oo 1  it��*i, vi.kw.m*.*
Ronrit ����r iilriM'lom:   Thonuui K. Kriiny,   PrMtdant;   ThomfiH Kiuiilf. Vlce-Pretldeul
Wituy Htnitli,  H, (J. Danlil, Hon. II. II. Kiillvr, M.L.C., lion. Ifavld Mn. K.. n.
��� ������-�����������   Ilulllii 1 t
QenoraJ tfanastt1. Bdkoo L Pmmi Ifflnlril
Sii|��:rinl'!n<U'iit of Itriiiuliiw. und tki-reUry, W. H. Tomuce, HftHfax,
ItwpeotOF, W. K. Um' '.. Iliilifnx.
ln^pri-lor I>. M. SU-wnrt, Monlroal,
Hranrhrtl
Xnxm HrnlU-H.'itfrnx Itranch, An: i;'(��ni:-li. hi nlK't'��iitrr. )iuy-i>oro. I/>ndomlrTTy, LmiiMiburv.
MalUftnd(HanU Oal, IVlou, Poll llawkiwlmry, hraotf. HrabM-MMUo, Truro, Wejruioulh
Hew BmaiWfek ���Dftthont, Dorobevtor, KnyliTicUm, KiiiKHtoti iKnnt 1'o.t, Muuolon. Now-
C-UUe.BnokvUlo, \\'o(Hl>it(K'k. I*. 1.. Ulitml (1i(irloUc'lown,.Mumiiiontlde. Qnvbtc- SloDtxoal
(Cily Offloe), Montreal. Went Knd c m. Nuln; Ifitnio mid HolKiivurit KtrcrlM); Wtmtuount |('or
aroona Xronua mid hi. rutlmrini-* Bvtet. itninri.. oiiawa. NrnftiidiiM Ht Johii'H.
< iiImi, WthI liHlH-ft- Havmm.  I mii-tl Mnir-.   New York |l<> K*< Ihhiko l'lm;c| lUpuMlo, Wuh*
BRANCHJKH IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Van-
couver, Vancouver East End, Victoria.
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4'nnn��ln���Merrliniitw Ilftnk OfOUftdft.   Hvnlon - Nutlonnl Hh.wnilll Hunk.   <hlp.|[.   Amrtl.-n
Nuliunitl Bank.   Him I'r.nt-I.rn   KIthI  HiUonu Hnnk.   l.��i,<l���.i, w.u_.   lUnk of HcoiUulI
nil I.,   iriuiiT   Cnilll  l.viiiiiwiU.    II.-rmiiilu   lliu.k i,( II, Mnu.ln.   I kln�� and Jayaa    ||on_
ICoiiK illld SlllUllfllill  II u.l.inK I  ,,: |,m  ,1 n,h.
(leneial BanklnK Buslneai lransactcd; Sterling Bills of Exchange  nought
and Sold, Letters of Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
AceountH received on tlie nuiHt favorable U-rnm.    InU'rcHt allowed on special
deposits and on HnviiiK Hank accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.O.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
AU.   KINIIB  OK
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE  AND RETAIL
Fish and Poultry in Season
O.   TRAVES.   Manager,
Haki.k Street, Nelson.
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,,�����   mm NELSON DAILY MINER, FRIDAY, JUNE  22, iqoq.
NOT CAREFULLY HEAD.
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Mr. Hillyer  Took Exceptions
The Miner's Article.
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Under the caption "An AtUok Ac-
swered" Tlie Tribune yesterday morning published a letter from Mr.Ohariei
Hillyer, in which thut gentleman says:
"The publishers of The Miner, however, have Been lit tn east 11 Blur ilium
uiyHiilf. They not only question mj
standing as a contractor, but tlii-y tui -
titer insinuate that I attempted, with
othor��, to put up a game upon the
Oounoil. That when 1 agreed t�� pay
the scale demanded by iheMolrmen
from the eitv, I bad do prospeot pi employing any buoIi men, and thai In any
event 1 knew no mine about taking "ill
rock than .ii��' Downs."
The man who wrote the ahove evidently ili<l not reml the article in The
Miner whieli in refsrred to. What The
Miuer did say in ���� follows:
"The petition presented to the Council was not what it appeared on the face
of it tn be. It was signed hy contractors of tin' oity nmi was meant as an assurance on their part that if they e��ei
had occasion to take out rooK they
would lie willing to pay the $'3,26 mid
$11IX) scule. Oue signature, for instance,
waa that of Charles Hillyer. Mr. Hillyer probably has no more idea of ever
taking out Buy rock than has Joe
llowns. lint if heiloes take any out
he will pay the scale asked for, a;d this
is giveu as a reason why the city should
grant the demand made. Aud there
are others who signed the petitiou who
are iu Ihe some hoat us Mr. Hillyer.''
If Mr Hillyer or enyone else con Hnd
anything iu the above statement which
csn iu any way lie construed as a ' 'slur''
upon Mr. Hillyer, or in anyway questioning his ' 'standing as a contractor,''
The Miner is prepared lo make most
abject apology. Mr. Hillyer told The
Miner man only a few weeks ago that
he was goiug out of the contracting
business. In ;the face of this waa The
Miner not perfectly right in assuming
that Mr. Hillyer had "no more idea of
ever takiug out any rock than has Joe
Dowus"? And further, The Miller did
not any that Mr. Hillyer "knows no
more about taking out rock than does
Mr. Downs." There was no intention
whatever of casting any reflection upon
Mr. Hillyer. The Miuer recognizes
him aa one of Nelson's most substantial business men nnd would much
rather do him a good turn than attempt
in any way to injure him. Mr. Hillyer
has simply read The Miner artiole
wrongly. Another peruBiil would
probably cause bim to regret the mi.-
statements be has made in regard lo
its contents.
THE
Bank of
British Columbia,
NELSON.
Is now prepared to issue
Drafts and Letters of Credit
on Skaguay, U.S., Atlin, B.
C, and Dawson City, Yukon
District.
MEN   WANTED!
KM) Men Wanted to Unload Onrran's
Big Schooners
Beer or Half-and-Half only
FBBBH
10c
-AT THE���
CLUB HOTEL.
The only good Beer in Nelson.
HOTEL  ROSSLAND
VERNON ST., NELSON.
Nelson's Newest Hostelry. Complete in every respect,
It has just been opened and the
public is invited to visit it,
RATES
By the week from $5 to $6.
By the day $1.00.
J. V. O'LAUGHLIN, Prop-
Spokane FaI1s A
Northern R'v,
Nelson  A Fort
Sheppard[_RY
Red Mountain R'v.
The only all rail route between
all points east, west and south to
Rossland, Nelson and intermediate
points; connecting at Spokane with
Great Northern, Northern Pacific,
and O. R. & N. Co.
Connects at Nelson \�� ith steamer
lor Kaslo and all Kootenay lake
points.
Connects at  Meyer's   Falls   with
stage daily for Republic,   and  connects at Bossburg with stage   daily
for Grand Forks and Greenwood.
Lkavic Day Train, Ahiuvk.
10AS B.ni Spokane 7:l(i p.m,
I2:ii"i p. m Rossland 5:80 p.m.
U :30 n, 111 Nelson 8 :l)0 p.m.
Night Train.
!l:4,r) p.m Spokane 7.05 a.roi
11 :()0 p.m Rossland 0:80 n.m.
H. A. JACKSON, G. P. tt T.A.
Spokane  Wasb
G. K. TAOKABURY,
Aeent. Nelson, B.O
GREAT NORTHERN
RAILWAY.
NONE BETTER.
The following men will be taken to
Spokane today by Manager Waterman
of the baseliall club to compete with
the Spokane club on Saturday and Sunday. The make-up of the looal nine
has not yet been determined, but it
will be from these men: Bookie, Captain; Waters, Houston, Partridge,
Kckert, Ciiverley, Blackwood. Mills,
Neelands and Phair. Mascot l'atsy
will accompany the team. The train
will leave at 10:45, but Malinger Waterman wauts persous contemplating accompanying the team to purchase tickets at the S. F. St N. oflice, which
place the players will leave at about ID
o'elook. A good crowd of rooters is
expected,
FOR    SALE-
St. LeonMineral Springs
Property.
The property 011 Upper Arrow Lake
known as the St. I.eon Mineral Springs
property consisting of aliont 478 acres
ol land with hotel luiililiugs and vain
iiiile Mineral Springs, nnd a large tract
nl standing tiniher, ;may ho purchased
on reasoiiRhle terms. Absolute title
anil Dossessioii oan lie given nt once
Pull paitieulars will he mailed ou ap
plication to
GEO. S. MoOARTRR.
Vendor's Solicitor,  Kevelstoke.
SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS.
PALACE DINING AND OBSERVATION
0ARS.-MEAL8 a la 0ARTE.
The Cottage Hospital, Nelson
A private Hospital, Medical, Surgical and Obstetrical ensos nnrsed iu the
House. Private room <B0 nud $15 n
week. Beds in ward $12 n week.
Nurses sent out to private houses at $15
a week. Apply to The Misses Oriek-
raav.
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BARGAINS
Are Taking Like Hot Cakes.
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Dominion and
Provincial'"*""!
Land Surveyor.
469 nelson b c,
NELSON ���!-<
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NELSON, B. C.
Iran ami Bran* Ciisliiigx "I Kvery DcHertv
Hon.   KepalrH  anil   Jobbing;
832 A srr.ru i.ti .
BUY IT.
The Miner is on sale at  the  following news stores .it five cents per
Close connection East and West-
hound at Spokane with trains of the
trains of the Spokane Falls und Northern Railway,
Direct connection nt St. Paul without change of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and all points West and South.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 10:15 a.m
LeaveB Spokane daily for West at 7:45 p-m.
WeBt-bound trains make direct connection for Victoria and Vancouver,
Portland, San Francisco, and ull points
on the Sound.
During the season of navigation East
hound trains connect at Duliii b witb
the magnificent steamships North-West
und Nor! li-l .and of theNorthern Steamship Oompany Line, operated in connection with the Great Northern Rail-
copy:
Gilbert Stanley
Thomson Stationery Co
Canada l)rii|< ���Hook Co.
Hotel Hume News Stand
Hotel Phair News Stand
11. Campbell
C. F. Nelson
J. F. Dolaney
H. A.  Hratlaliaw
Slocan Nows Co.
Thomson Bros.
I.aiiinni A Yonng
II. a. King & Co.
and  News   Agents
trains out of Nelson
Nelson
Nelson
Nelson
Nelson
Nolnon
Ymir
Now Denver
Kosoborry
Slocan City
Sandon
Vancouver
Kaslo
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That's what we told you yesterday. We repeat it today. People
who came to see the circus spent
the day with us and went home
better satisfied than they have
been in many days. When we
advertise a Special Sale the people know what to expect. They
know we have something to offer
them. Come in early. You won't
miss the rush, but you'll be waited on quicker than if you wait
until afternoon	
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way.
For further information, maps,
fold
ers, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Falls ft Northern Hy., Kaslo & Slocan
Kootenai Railway Ss Navigation
or to
P. I WHITNEY.   H. A. JACKSON,
Genl. Pass. & Tkt. Agt.   Com'cl Agt.
St. Paul, Min       Spokane. Wash
MEN   WANTED.
Wanted.���8000 rock men anil general
bands (or work on White Pass &
Yukon Railway, Wages 18.80 per day.
Hoard $1 per duy. Work every day.
Pay monthly in onsb. Faro from Vancouver if^li with 80 rebate after work-
iiiK !ln days. Apply to M. J. Heuoy,
contractor, 89, Inns ol Court or A. <J.
Moss, iih Cordova Stroet, Vanoouver
or on the work.
Canada Permanent and West
em Canada Mortgage
Corporation-
HEAD OFFICE TORONTO. ONT.
Money to loan on Sttnight Mortgage.
Apply to G. L. LENNOX, Bnker St,,
Nelson.
F. <. i.iin v i   s. < 11 ill vih
GREEN k CLEMENTS
Civil  Engineers   and Provincial
Land Surveyors.
P, O, Hoi 115 NoI.on.BC
TENDEKS WANTED.
Tenders will bo received by the undersigned tip to the 15th of .luly noxt
for the sinking of u shaft on the Maud
H mineral claim on the North Fork of
the Salmon Kiver. Plans and specifications will be mailed on application
lo the undersigned.
C. Q. HOBSON, Seoretary.
New Nortb Fork Mining Co.. Ltd,
P. O,  Box H85,
Juue 1st, 1900,        Vanoopver, 11. O,
Kootenay Railway and Nav.
Company, Ltd.
Operating
KASLO & SliOCAN RAILWAY,
INTERNATIONAL NAV. A THAU. CO.
Bchedulo of Time.       Paotflo Standard ftme.
Ktlr.-i ivi! February tit, UKXJ
KASLO & BLOCAN RY.
I'ariHenger train for Sandon and way riUitlonu
leuves   Kaalo  at 8 a, in., daily.    Returning,
LoavoH Sandon at 1.16 p.m,, arriving at KaHlo
at 3.5S p.m.
INTERNATIONAL NAV. ft TRAD. CO,
Operating on Kootenay Lake and River,
Str. "International" leaves KnNlo for Nolnon
at (I a. in, dally except 8unday. Returning,
]eavoa Nelson at MO p.m., calling at Ralfour,
I Mint Bay. Alngworth and all way point h. Con-
necU with S. K. & N. train to and from Spokane at Five Mile Point
LARDO-DUNCAN   DIVISION.
Str. "Alberta" leaven' Kaxlo for Lardo and
Argonta at 8:30 p m WodnertdayH
Steamers call at urlnelpal landlDgs (n both
direction**, and at otnor points when signalled
Tickets sold to all points ln Canada and the
United Statea,
To ascertain rate, and full Information ad*
dreaa )
ROBERT IRVINO.
Mana_ror,  Kanlo.  ��.('.
KOOTENAY COFFEE CO
Our Fresh Roosted Coffee Best of
Quality, as MIowb :
Java anil Arabian Mooha. per pound |   10
Java anil Mocha Illend, 3 pounds  1 00
Kino Bantos, {pounds  1 00
Santos Illond. 6 pounds  100
Our  BpoclalHlond, 11 pounds  100
Our Itlo Roast, 0 pounds 100
A TUMI, OKI!*'.- HOI.K I1F.II.
S.M.KMItlldMH :
2 DOORS EA8T OF ODDFELLOWS
BLOOK. W. BAKER ST.
Nelson,      -      b. c.
E. J.8COVIL
MIRING lIKOUm.      aOTlRT FIIBUC.
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CHURCH DIRECTORY,
s. Bavjoub's [Ksoijhii) Uhurou���Oorner
Ward and Silica BtB, Bttndays: Holy* Communion 8 a. m.: and on the 1st, and 3rd Sundays
in the month after Mattins; Mnttins at 11 u.in.;
Sunday School 8,80 p.m ; Evensong 7.HO, Dully:
MattlncatlUW a.m. Thursdays and Saint's
Days: Holy ('ommunion 111 a. in. Fridays:
Evensong 7,80 p. m., followed by choir practice. Hi S. Akehurst, Koctor. Fred Irvine,
Qeo. Johnstone, Wardens.
Catholic Church���CornerIWard and Mill
streets Mass every Sunday ut 8 and 10.00 a.m
Benediction at 7.30 p.m.   Muss every week day
at 7.15 a.m.   Rov.   Father  Ferland Ueetor.
Pkksbytkkian GHUBOH���Services al 11 a.m.
and l.'AQ p.m. Sunday School at 2.30 p.m.
Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 8 p.m.;
Chrlrttlan Endeavor Society meets evory Tuesday oveninK at 8 o'clock. Rov. R. Frew,
PaHtor.
Mktiiijmht Chuhcii���Corner Silica and
JoHephine StreoU. Services at, 11 a.m. und 7.30
p. m. ; Sabbath School, 2.30 p.m.; 1'ruyer mooting on Friday evening at 8 o'clock: Epworth
League C, E., Tuesday al 8 a. ni. Rev. Joh n
Robflon. PaHtor.
8alvation AUMY���Sorvic h evory evening
at 8 o'cloch in barracks on V ctori street
Adludant Edgecombe in rhareo.
Haitibt Ciiuitcii ��� Bervicon morning uud
oveningat 11 a.m. und 7.30 p.m.; Prayer meot.
ing Thu:��� iluy evening at 8 |).iu. the ti. Y
P.U. Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Strangers
cordially welcomed. Kev. (._. J. Coulter White,
Pahlor.      	
LODUl'l MKKTINOS.
^
NELSON LODGE,   No. 88, A. F. ft A
M. meet* hocoikI Wednesday  In each
month.   Visiting brothern welcome.
m
P
NELSON OPERA HOUSE
Saturday, June 23.
The World-Renowned
..TREBELLI..
WILL   GIVE  A
CONCERT
ASSISTED   DY
The well-known Pianist.
List is now open at Art
and Music Co., 180 Baker
Street, and seats will be on
sale at usual place on Thursday at io o'clock for subscribers only, and for the public
on Friday and Saturday.
Admission 75c and  $1.00.
I. O. O.  Y.     Koolonay IxxIko
No. Ill, niootH ovory Monday ntgbti
at  thoir   '[.ill,  Koolonay utrool
Sojourning Odd Follow, cordially inviLod.
Jdlin Sooloy, N. O,  John A. MoRao, v. o.
1). W. Hnl horford, Poo.
Nolnon Kncaminin'iil No. 7. Moot, ovory 2nd
and Ull Friday of OMh month, in Odd Follow,'
Hall, cornor Hakor nnd Kootoiiay Btroot,.
Nolnon.   A. H. Olomonte, O. P.) D. MoArtlim,
it. a.   Vi.siliiiK lirolliors ahvayx wolcomo,
COUKT KOO'l'KNAY, I. O. K��� No. .'Il*-
Muiitinioi 4th Tbnraday o( month, Fraternal
hall, .1 A Irvlnn C, It,   l��. It, Floinlnn, It. a,
NKLSON   I.OIIOK   No.   !ia, K. ofl-
inoolB In K. of P, hall. Oddfellows block
llovorv   Tuoi.day   oveninK at  8 o'clock
JfcjAll vt-iliiiK kniKhlB  cordially   Invltod
_, Boorr c. c.
 O, Jiiy, K.of It,and S.
NKLSON L.O.L, No. 169! moots in tho Mac-
Donald block evory Thnivday evening al. 8
o'clock. VinitinK members cordially invited
It. Roblmon, W. M.: M. Crawford, It. H.
NKLSON'H fJUKKN NO. 241
SONS OK KNULANI), iiiooIk
lirsl and third Wodnesday of
ouch month at Kiaternliy hall,
corner of Hakor and Koolonay
HtroeU. Visiting brethorn cord-
lallj invltod.
John Watson, Secretary.
NELSON AKItlK No. 22, F. O. I... ineotH
erery sooonil and fourth W cilne��layn.of each
in onl.ti. VIhUIiik ineinliers coniially luvit-
(.'Iiki'Ii.'. I'm ���.:.i-i. Uecrotary.
COAL!   COAL!
Great Reduction!
QreatWest
Life Assurance Co.
HONEY TO LOAN
At 8 Per Cent.
On ImDrovBfl Prort
H.R.Cameron
Baker Street.
HAItl) COAL     *��Q  ����E   -���r
lAN'I'HItACITK)   09.DO   PCr
CROW'S NBST
COAJ.
Ton
$6.15 Per T��n
UEMVHRED.
C.W.WEST&CO.
TKI.K.l'IIONK IIS.
Two    first-class    HOTEL
SITES  near proposed
new railway station.
Business and Residential Lots
in all parts of the original Townsite.
FRANK FLETCHER, P.L.S-
Land Agent.
Next Bank of IkntnmL
Notioe in hereby Riveu that nn extraordinary meeting of the shareholder, of the OaBOade Water Power St
Light Compauy, Limiled, will be held
at the ofllces of tho London St Kritiah
Colnuibia Uoldiields, Limited, Haker
Street, Oity of Nelson, British
Columbia, on Wednesday the nth dny
ol Jnly at il o'olook in  the  afternoon.
The business to be entered npon at
the said mooting la as follows:
(a) Vor tho purpose of considering
the giving of a further mortgage of
��2,'i0_, to be chnrged upon all the
asset, and property, both real nud personal of the oompany of whatsoever
nature or kind and upon all tho income and also upon the mule,taking
of the Company generally, and if de-
oidod upon, to authorize the execution
of the said nioit.gago to secure tlm said
sum of ��8,800, with interest at (1 per
cent.
(b) To consider and accept, should
it be so decided, the resignations of
the directors of the company.
(c) And, in the event of the accept-
anee of such resignations, to eloot
direntors in the place of such retiring.
Dated at Nelson, B. C.this l!)th day
of June, 11)00.
H. ALERS HANKBY.
Secretary.
TADDY & CO.
ESTABLISHED ISO YEARS LOfldOll,    Ctl^
ORBl 1       Brand and
HRbMI ER Navy Cut Tobaccos.
agists fos 0��n��oa ��� JAMES TURNER A CO.. Hamilton. Ont.
Place Your
Orders for
WE MAKE A SPECIAL PBATURB
OF  DECORATIVE  SION PAINTINU
PYLE'S   PEARLINE
Large Size
15  CENTS
For Sale By
Western Mercantile Co. Ltd
SILVER KING MIKE
Will pay the highest cash price for all
kinds of second hand goods. Will buy
or sell anything from an anchor to a
needle. Furniture, stoves, oarperts,
cooking utensilH, bought in household
'I'liuitilics. Also oast off clothing.
Oall and see rae or writo. AddreeH
Silver King Mike, Box 200. Hall
Street, Nelson, B. C.
DOMINION   DAY ;SIGN   PAINTING
Streamers, Banners,
Signs and Mottoes
When   turned   out   by our   artist  are works of art.     They will add t<> IM
appearance of your display.    Poor work will detract from it.    We Will assi��
you in determining what you want,    tiive lis plenty ol time by placing ,v
orders at once.
F.   J.   BRADLEY  &   CO.
Corner .Josephine and Victoria Streets. Nelson, liritish Col"'"'""
at reasonable
STORAGE.
Storage space to rent;   good, clean and coo!
rates.    Apply to
TheNelson ElectricTram way Co. Ltd
Room 9 Macdonald Block.
r.KIM.llii.i: CAST STEEL
WIRE ROPE
7-8 inch diain, $laSDpen 100 feet. For
immediate delivery ln Nelson
apply.
J. 0. T. DROITS,
P. O. BOX 676, Nelson, B. 0*
NELSON WINE U0-,
where yoi. can .kjppml F_jg��_*njJS from
nrandH In the market and/"J.ftf"
lOo. up,   Prlood cannot bo dlnpuuxi,
���PHONK I'.'i.
Frank A. Tamblvn, Mgr,,
IUkkh Stbbbt,
NBISON
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