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 Oailj Edition No. 214.
Nelson, British Columbia, Monday, January 16,   1899.
Ninth Year
Experience of the   British
Steamer Melrose.
Gomes Into Port With  All   Her Pumps
Working and   Three Inohes of
Water in Her Hold.
Boston, Mass., Jan. 14:���Tbe Britii-h
steamer Melrose arrived here today from
Barry, Scotlntid, after a most tempestuous trip, during which she narrowly escaped foundering iu mid-ocean, owing to
a leak in one of her ballast tanks. Ab it
was, the steamer came into port with all
her pumps working and three iuches of
water in her hold. The ship leaked
about six inohes au hour and will be
docked here for repairs.
The Melrose left Bary ou Deoember 23
and thtee days latter it was found that
she waa making water in her No. 1 hold
through a balleBt tank. He bilge pump
was started and for a time it kept the
water down, but Ihe increasing westerly
Kales with fearful Beae, probably opened
the plates, for the leak, inoieased until
Jau. 11, when there was six feet of water
over the tHnk.
Matters now were decidedly serious
and it became a question whether the
pumps, lhe ballast and hand pumps bav
ing beeu brought luto notion, could free
the vessel or at least keep Ihe water from
gaining. The situation became still
more threatening when at midnight on
the 11th,a terrific sea boarded the steamer and stove in the Mi I ah) ! aid door*,
disabling the air and band pumps, The
steamer stopped, falling off into the
trough of the sea and telling fearfull)
uutil she shipped fonr heavy Bliiuncl-
ions, whioh luoke boards in the csi >iiig<.
Had tbe bulkhead between tbe Nn, 1
and 2 holds gone down, ihe fluc must
have sunk. A tew lepairs were, however, effected and aliln imb leaking over
eight inohes an hour, the pumps then
began lo gi.in on the wati r uud the Melrose readied port in -nlely. The si earner on the llltli met the Beveie onld Wavi
which passed over tbe country on (h-
11th and 12th and great musses of ice
formed on the rigging. Frequently the
rooking of Ihe ship would break off huge
chunks of ice ami many of the crew had
narrow escapes from being struck, whiei
no doubt w(itiltl huve severely injured,
if not killed them. There were six incbe^
of ice on tho main deck when Bhe arrived, while tbe riggiug was heavily
Objects to Statements Made as to Their
Financial   Conditions.
Berlin, Jan, 14.���Considerable iudig-
nation; in evincod at the unfavorable
reports emanating from Loudon concerning the economical and financial
conditions of Germany, especially tbe
statement that leading English banks
recently declined to accept Prussian
bills for a largo amount. This statement is declared to be utterly untrue
and calculated to unfavorably impress
the German houses with rospect to the
impending loans.
The National Zeitung points out
that the present financial tightness is
solely due to the extraordinary expan
sion of German industries which has
absorbed immense quantities of capi-
tul, adding: "This led to a raise iu
the rate of discount and a Blight decline iu Prussian and Imperial loans."
London, Jan. 14.���Mr. Cecil
Rhodes, the former premier of Cape
Colony, and managing director of the
Chartered South Africa Company, arrived in London from Capetown today.
There is considerable interest in bis
visit, which is connected with tbe
scheme of joining Cairo and Capetown
by railroad. He will endeavor to get
the government to guarantee the interest on the bonds of a railroad from
Buluwayo to hike Tanganyika,
Senate Question Can Only be Settled by
Toronto, Out., Jan. 14.���The Globe in
an artieloon "l'ublic Opinion of tne Sen
ate" oomments on Goldwin Smith's stnte-
ment that while the Senate iu its present
form uaiiuut be defended, and that he is
OppoBtd III a siugle elective cbauibt",
says it seems to be virtually giving ii|
the case for a second chamber. Mr.
Smith says the British Parliament would
probably consent to give the Commons
the power of passing mensure by two
thirds or three fifths majority over the
Senate vote. Tbe Globe ndds: "All Mr,
Smith's amendment would do, would be
to lessen tbe Senate's power of obstruction, but it would leave tbe main question still to be settled. We see uo way
of settling it satisfactorily, except by abolition."
Another Case of Poison, This Time in a
Barrel of Flour,
Bultiuinre,'Md., Jau. 14.���Martha Bailey, oolored, 88 years old, is looked up
here charged with the murder by
poison ot George W, Kiab, also colored,
at Cambridge, Md. Kiah died Monday
under suspicious circumstances and warrants were issued for the Bailey woman's arrest. Yeste'd y the remaiuiug
members of Utah's family, consisting ot
eight persons, were poisoned aud his
mother, Mary Jane Kiah, died iu terrible
ngouy. The poison has beeu traced to n
barrel of flour, out of which oyBter fritters were made for jestfrdiy's noon-day
meal. An analysis buowb the pieaenoe of
arsenic in large quantities. The authorized claim that they have evidenoe thai
will convict tbe aooused of the crime.
After   February    This   Will   Bj   the
Ottawa, Jan. 14. ��� Beginning in
February militia orders will ho issued
daily from headquarters hero and sent
to district officers oommandmg, who
will forward them to local corps. A
militia general order is issued today
regarding honorary nide-de.camp to
His Excellency, the Governor General.
With a view of conferring distinction
upon selected offloers of the Canadian
militia, the appointment of honarary
aides-de-camp to His Excellency, will
SO far as possible, resembh (Ari of the
aides-de-camp to (be Queen.
tio Moved in the Senate to  Lot  Them
Form  a  Government of
Their   i:wn.
Washington, Jnn, 14.���A resolution ol
more than ordinary significance and  im-
prtauce was introduced in the Scale
today by Mr. Iloat^ of Miissiiehuseti.
It declares the people of the Philippines
of right ought to be free and independent, that they are absolved from polit-
eiil connection with Spain and Unit the}
hnve full power to establish a G-vern-
ment Jfor themselveB which the United
States does not propose to interfere with
Mr. Hoare desired immediate action upon tbe resolution but under objection bj
Mr. Davis, tbe Chairman of the Foreign
Relations Committee, it went over iu the
midst of a speech by Mr. Allen of Nebraska, in snppoit of his resolution foi
the appointment of a committee of the
Senate to investigate tbe conduot of the
late war.
The death of the Honorable Nelson
Dmgley, of Maine, wan reported to the
Senate, After adopting fitting [resoln
tions of respect to the memory of Mr.
Dingley and listening In a brief eu1og\
of the distinguished statesman by Mr
Hale, of Maine, the Senate adjourned sis
a mark of respect.
British   Ship Adeline Goes Down   in
Tncoma Harbor.
Tacoma, Wash, Jnn 14.-The British
ship Adeline, which arrived lust night
in ballast, capsized and sank ill 22 fathoms of water early this morning.
Oaptain Slating and 18 men were lost.
Eleven sailors were discharged yesterday and came ashore. The Adeline
was a 2,400 ton, four masted barkontine
f,om Annapolis, N. S., aud came from
Shanghai. Captain Slating leaves a
wife and four children in Nova Scotia.
The vessel capsized in a terrible squall.
She bud a boom log on encli side and
one got ad.ifl, causing the other to upset the vessel.	
Niagara Falls, N. Y., Jan. 14���Robert Lewis, a private in the Thiroenth
Keg men i at this post, wiib stricken
with siiidll pox. Thi re nre 1110 men in
the regiment and near y all of them
have been open to contuglon.
Undertakes the Leadership
of London Americans.
Pledges Americans to  Contribute  1,000
Pounds to Gordon Memorial
College Fund,
London, Jan, 14,--American society
here is taking extiaordinary measures
to check the great notoriety   attained
by Col. George Gourand, who of his
own motkm, asitmed the leadership of
the American wing of the Anglo-
Americau movement in London. Colonel Gourand first came forward on
the arrival of General Lord Kitchener,
of Khartoum, in England. The Colonel went to Dover to greet lum and
is the most co; spicuou.-i figure iu the
kinetogoope pictures of the event
shown in the music halls. Since then
he has deluged the papers with letters,
wriiten always in the name of the
United States Army, or of .the Americans in London, signing a siring of
lilies to his name, of which the first
lie is "One Time Assistant. Inspector
Gc.er.il of Artillery on the Staff of
General Sherman." He pledged the
Americans to contribute ��1.(100 to the
fund for the erection of the Gordon
Memorial College at Khartoum, and
issued a circular, with glaring headlines, requastinglcontrlbuiinns to fonud
"An Edison Chair of Science." The
Colonel's latest appeal is f< r money fc
E glishnien wh"enlisted in lhe United
Stales Army, helped to defeat Spain
and uere af.eiwards discharged, of
whom he says tin re were mimy. Th s
was tn It en up by some papers as corroborating the assertion of Mr. Curi-
i gham thi.t the best fighting in th
ipui ish war ��as done by Englishmen.
Tee whole business has made the
Loi don Americans a laughing stock
i d lhe Executive Committee of the
uuerican Society bus issued a letter io
editors and oth rs declining lhat the
Colonel has no warrant to speak for
��� ny one but. himself.
A Huge Tree Causes a Railroad Accident in Pennsylvania.
Corning. N. Y., Jan. 14.-The Pall
Brook Railway passenger train No. li
was wrecked at Nine. Pa., on the Pine
Creek Division at 3 ;80 o'clock this
afternoon. A huge tree caino down
the mountain side which rises almost
perpendicularly with the track and
struck the tank, raising it from the
track. Three cars wero hurled down a
:.>0 feet embankment to the side of the
river. Eight passengers were slightly
injured hut all were able to bo taken
to their homes.
London, Jan. 14.��� Tbe power ot
Trades Unions is gone, so far as Great
Britain is concerned. The British
employers are forming a gigantic combination to fight the workmen with
their own weapons. The engineering
federation, whioh proved SO powerful i::
the recent strike, has invited employers in all trades to "Crush the tyrants"
of the Trades Unions. One object of
the combination is to secure legislation
favorable to the employers.
Chicago, Illinois, Jan 14.���Giorge
Kerwl , the "Mystery," has heen
matched to meet Joe Guns, the colored
lightweight The contest, which is
for 20 rounds, will be before tho Lenox
Athletic Club of New York Oity. The
date has not yel been settled.
New York, Jan. II Tim Onllahan, of
Philadelphia, outfought and outpoint-
Toramy Sullivan, of Brooklyn, at the
Greenwood.Athletic Olub In Brooklyn
tonight,     They  fought  25 rounds at
Thurso.  Que,, Jan.  14.���Fred    Edwards' genera] store, with its contents,
together with the post, olliee and tele-
guipb office, were completely destroyed
by tire early this morulDg.      t
He Reports to the Court of
He Complains Bitterly That Those Should
Befriend Him Who Have
Deserted Him.
Paris, Jan, 14 ���Major Esterhazy hfis
sent to M. Maju, President of theCotiri
of Cuss tion. ti synopsis of the evidence
which he says he would have giveu at
the Dreyfus revision inquiry if safe
conduct had beeu grunted him. He
admits his relations, during 1891-95, at
the request of Colonel Bandberr, Chief
of the information bureau at a foreign
uget cy. The Court claims that he
supplied the Colonel with important
Information enabling him to combat
the intrigues of an individual, well
known, but whose positioi made it
unsafe to act openly against him.
Esterhazy adds that he was warned a
month ahead, of Matthew Dreyfus'
intention and denounced it at the instigation of Colonel Picquart, Subsequent to this, he had closest relations
with his superiors and acted thiorigh-
ou t on their instructions till January
7th, 1808, wnen, he claims, the war
ministry suddenly assumed a hostile
attitude towards him,
Fresh proceedings, the Count as-
seits, were instituted at ihe instigation
of his cousin, with a view lo getting
out of the way and preventing him
from testifying before the Court of
Cassation. In conclusion Esterhazy
sins: "Alone, exiled, abandoned by
those who should have defended me, I
li,.ve resisted the most tempting otfeis
������ind have refused to say, or write, a
word about my chiefs. I hope the
���stin will be spared me of having to
appeal to the tribunal of public opinion
fiom the decision of the Court of
ilorton Law and Police Prevent Dixon
and Sharkey from Appealing
New York, Jan, 14���A large crowd
went to the opera house at Moiint Vernon to-night to see an exhibition spurring match in which George Dixon
and Tom Sharkey were to appear.
Dixon and Hharkey were both on hand
but just ns they were about to enter
the ring, Chief of Police Foley with a
platoon of patrolmen marched into the
theatre. The manager of the theatre
then said Chief Foley had  decided  to
enforce the Horton law  and that the
exhibition could not be held.
Mrs. liotkin Shows no Sign of the Recent Alleged Illness.
San Franciso, Cal., Jan. 14.���Mrs.
Cordelia Botklu, convicted of the minder of Mrs. John P. Dunning of Dover, Del., appeared before Judge Carrol Cook to-day for sentence, but on
motion of her attorney, Sentence was
defeired tin.il Jan 28rd, at which time
her attorneys will enter a plea for a
new trial. The convicted woman appealed in court smiling and showed
no sign of her recent alleged illness.
Brussels, Jan. 11. The Belgians observed yesterday as a black day, it
being not only Friday, but the thirteenth    of   Ihe   month.     There   was
almost no travelling on the railways
and no purchases were made. Business here was dead. The Mtperstltlous
say this conjunction of thirteenth nnd
Friday is a bad omen for the year.
Havana,    Jan,    14.���Major-General
Ludlow   admin stored   Ihe oath   of
allegiance to Se or 1'erfecto Licoste,
the newly appointed Mayor of Havana,
and Senor Fredcrico Morn, the new
Civil Governor, at noon today. Senor
LacOSte Inter BWoro ill tbe Assistant
Mayors and the Councillors.
the position is not yet disclosed, but it
is supposed that the President has il
in miud to send n special commission
to the Philippines to recommend a
plan for the disposition of the islands
something on the order of tbe Hawaiian Commission. President Schunnnn
may be designated as a member of such
a body. It is also suggested that lie
may bo sent to Spain citherns minister
or ou a special errand.
Sir Louis Davies' Epistle to   the   Wife
of the Late Mr. Dingley.
AVashingtOD. Jan. 14.���Mrs. Dingley
receivtd a number of letters of condolence to-day. Among them was the
following from Sir Louis Davies of the
Joint High Conitmss.ou of Canada:
The Sherman,, Washington, Jan. 14.
My Dear Mrs. Dmgley:���
I wish to say how much we have all
felt the death of your late husband.
For him I have learned to feel a sincere
regurd, Our few months of association
ou the Joint High Commission had
taughc me to appreciate his worth as a
man as well as a stattsiiinn. Hia sur
viving colleagues en tbe Commission
will doubtless unite in some titling
tribute of regard and lespect for him,
but I thought I would like to express
to you and your daughter my own personal sympathy iu ilns, your great affliction, and I know if my wife weie
here she would like to juin her sympathy with mine.    Be.ieve uie.to be,
Y'otirs faithfully,
It Leaves Two Vacaucies iu the Uoute
to be Filed.
Washington, Jau. 14���The prevailing
sentiment of sadness over the death of
Mr. Dingley made members of the
House disinclined to discuss the question of succession ui the Chairmanship
of the Ways and Means Committee
and to the Leadei ship ou the Flour.
Speaker Heed made lo intimation on
the subject aud is uot lihely to un .1
the last tributes are giveu to the lam
Chairman. Wlih tbe decease of Mr.
i)i, gley, the Republican uie_ueiship
of tbe Ways aud MeauS Comruiuee fa
Payne, of New York, D���ell, of rem,"
sylvania; Hopkins, of Illinois; Uroo-
veuor, of Ohio; RtisseL, of Connecticut; Deliver, of Iowa; Sieel, of Indi-
u. a; Johnson, of Not th Dakota, Evans,
of JKeutucky, and T'awney, of Minnesota.  Mr. liiyuu is Llie senioi nitiooe..
The Yukon Rivei And its Tributar.es
Are Well Stocked.
Ottawa, Jan. 14���The Department oi
Fisheries has received a report from a
former officer of tbe Department who
is now a resident in Dawson and who
made investigation into the fisheries of
the Yukon and its tributaries. There
has heen a general impression thut
lisb life does not exist so far north as
Ihe Yiikou. This report, which is
just received, corrects that and shows
(hat there is a considerable variety of
tish life including such well known
varieties as White fish, Bufialo fish,
Pike and Grayling of superior kind,
which can bo used for food supply.
Several of the larger Lake Fishing
Companies are at work and find lhat
they are able to realize handsome profit thorofrom.
Washington, Jan. 14,��� The President,
has under consideration the name of
President Sccrhman, of Cornell University, in eoimottioii with u most important mission.   The  ezaot nature of
His Riches Increase Friday by a Matter of Only Eight Millions.
New York, Jan. 14.��� Standard Oil
liquidating certificates sold In Wall
Street yesterday for 451, the highest
price on record. They closed at 150, a
net advance of 17 per cent, over the
close on Thursday, There are outstanding 107,260,000 of these certificates. John 1*. Rockfcller is supposed
to hold $40,000,000 pur value, besides
interests in the minority slocks of
subsidiary companies iu the trust. Bj
yesterday's advance Mr. Rockfeller's
riches were increased iu the market
vanie by if^.lili.lKIII,  and ye.-tei'day  was
Friday and the 18th of the month.
Cairo, Jau. 14.���-Viscount Cromer,
the British Diplomatic Agent, and his
party have returned from Knitoiuii.
While there, they went with General
Kitchener to take part in the laying of
the foundation stone of the Goidon
Memorial College. They report that
the possibilities of cultivation on the
banks of the Blue and While Nilos are
enormous, The former river teems
with crocidiles. Mr. J. L. Gorst, Financial Adviser of tbe Egyptian Government, praises Kiirloum ns a winter
Houston-Turner Crowd Are
After Him.
It is Because He Voted to Grant   a Li
quor Licer.Be to Abe K.
Beaten at every turn and now in the
last stages of despair, the Houston-
Turner people are credited witi an
effort to force the resignation of Police
Magistrate E. A. Crease, because���
and for this reason alone���he did his
duty as a member of the Board of
License Commissioners in voting to
award to Abe N. .Tohdson a license
which the Mayor of Nelson had
promised him (Johnson) and had afterwards denied him.
It has long been known that Mr.
Houston \v :s not quite pleased with
Mr. Crease as Police Magistrate. He
could not do with him ns he could
with others associated with him, and
there is little doubt that Mr. Houston
would at any time have been more
than pleased to have Ind���speaking
politically���Mr. Crease's scalp. Mr.
(���rouse's action at the Saturday meeting of the License Commissioners���an
account of which will he found elsewhere���was the last straw. It had
iiee.n hoped by the Houston-Turner
peo;ile thnt Mr. Crease would vote
against rho Johnson license, but in
lhis they wero disappointed. He
voted with Mayor Neelands, and as he
was already on record in the minute
books. Mr. Turner, the third member
of the Commission alone voted in the
11 comes to The Minor on what seems
to be very good authority that immediately after the conclusion of Saturday's meeting, John A. Turner, John
Houston and other friends of Robert
Lemon, who bad hoped to secure the
Mnllotte license, despatched telegrams
to Victoria demanding the head of Mr.
Crease. It is now generally believed,
and hardly to be doubted, that it was
in the interests of Mr. Lemon, that
Mr. W. A. Macdonald was removed
from the Board of License Commis-
-ioners and John A. Turner placed
thereon. With Mr. Houston re-elected
Mayor, whatever action Mr. Crease
night take as a member or the Board,
would make no difference, ns Messrs.
Houston and Turner would be in the
majority and Houston could dictate
bis wants. They were not looking for
Hamilton George Noelands in the
capacity in which thoy found him
Saturday, and as no pressure they can
bring to bear can secure his removal,
Mr.   Crease  is the one that must now
Therefore they began a move which
thoy hoped would result in the removal of Mr. Crease. Mr. Turner, of
course, as Government Agent here, is
tho leader in the movement He lost
no time Saturday night iu getting to
work aud it is said that in addition to
his messagos several wero sent by
I riends of his und Messrs. Houston
aud Lemon.
The messages had hardly beou transmitted, however, before tho alleged
action was known to the friends of
Mr. Creasu. The wires became overheated so swiftly did the messages
follow each other. Hon. J. Fred
Hume must have had a messenger at
his door every minute throughout Saturday and yosterdav. Some of the
messages were exceeding warm aud
Mr. Hume now knows a groat deal
more about the situation here than ho
did  When he arose Saturday morning.
At any rate, he knows that a majority of the very best and most highly
respocted citizens of Nelson���some of
them his strongest supporters���object
most strenuously to Mr. Crease's
removal as Police Magistrate.
San Francisco, Jau 14.���Among the
passengers who arrived here todny on
the steamer Nippon Maru from Hong
Kong and   Yokohama,   via   Honolulu,
are three missionaries of Auginaldo,
en route to Washington on a secret
mission. The Filipinos are intelligent
and speak English perfectly. They
Will probably stay In this city for a day
or two nnd will then goto Washington
111 i i eel, NELSON DAILY MINER, MONDAY, JANUARY 16, 1899.
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day been dissolve 1, the bakery and confectionary business being still oonduot-
ed bv M. Markeson.
Slocan City, Jan. 4, 18U&
The Country is growing tired of
these academic discussions of the
Senate. The latest outbreak was
caused by the Premier's plan of reform, given out at a meeting in
Montreal a short time ago. His
proposal is that when differences
arise between the Senate and the
Commons, there shall be power to
hold a joint session of the two
Houses,    when the majority of both
shall decide,   That   is   Mr.   David With Kitchener to Khar-
Mills's plan, announced some   time
ago.       It   is   the   plan which they
think of adopting in the   Australian   [)octor Thorne
New Books.
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A Speciality.
There is doubtless a right sid
and a wrong side to every question,
but the strange thing is we can
never agree as to either. For example, we find The Record,of Rossland, strongly objecting to the proposed legislation to exclude aliens
from working our placer mines, and
strongly approving the intention to
prohibit the employment of Japanese
in the mines of British Columbia.
There are others no doubt who will
quite as strongly support the legislation against aliens and oppose the
discrimination against the Japs.
Others again will support both, and
still others oppose both. And all
will govern their conduct by what
they most conscientiously believe to
be their duty as good, loyal citizens
of the Province.
Here are wide differences of opinion, and experience teaches that
they cannot be reconciled. They
cannot all be right; in the face of so
many differences, indeed, it is obvious that many of them must bei n
the wrong. One would think there
should be no difficulty in coming to
a'right judgment overthe proposal to
exclude Americans from our placer
mines. If not a proper thing to do,
we should not support it. It can
scarcely be proper when so directly
opposed to every tradition of the
British race. We do not refer to
the politicians, who will do anything
to enrry favor with the voters; nor
do we refer to the voters whose
highest conception of public duty or
public policy is their own self-interest. If we exclude Americans, merchants on the Coast may get more
complete hold of the Atlin trade.
Is it worth while to commit an act
that is wrong in itself to secure this
object? The merchants who will be
benefitted will say it is, for they are
actuated purely by selfishness; and
the politicians who hope toget votes
by it will do the same. But why
should honest, disinterested men
support a proposal to go back a
hundred years in our civilization, to
enact legislation that will put our
Province on a par with China? Some
of the American States do it to us,
it will be said. But that is no reason. We are poor creatures if we
feel obliged to demean ourselves by
being unneighborly because we have
unneighborly neighbors. On no
principle oi right can such legislation be justified; and aside altogether from principle, we shall be greatly
mistaken if it does not prove had
policy from the point nl material interest alone.
The    legislation against Japs    is
cran less defensible than the   other. !
It is not   only   opposed    to    British I
principle, but is contrary to   British
policy.       Our  Mother Country has
made herself great and   glorious  by
scheme of federation. But it wi
not satisfy the Canadian people, for
the reason that it would render the
Senate an entirely subordinate body, I
and therefore a useless one. The
chief organ of the Liberals continues
to advocate complete abolition. Mr.
Goldwin Smith suggests an amendment that would enable the Commons to over-ride the Senate by a
two-thirds or three-fourths majority
These discussions are purely
academic. The constitution of lhe
Senate is not a live issue; the public
thought is not disturbed by it, and
the only persons who manifest interest enough to become excited over
the question are a few of the leading
partisans who for the moment feel
disappointment at being checked by
the Senate. The great body of the
people do not recognise that there
is the least necessity for a change,
and if they were asked to pronounce
on it would vote to retain it just as
it is. It was intended to be a
check on the Commons, and it
would be a remarkable thing indeed
if it were to be abolished or weakened merely because it is serving
the purpose for which it was created. When the Canadian people desired to escape from the deadlock of
1864, they asked for a Federal
union with a constitution similar in
principle to that of the Mother
Country. They got it, and they
are satisfied with il. There are two
Houses, of co-ordinate powers, one
elective and the oilier nominative.
The latter corresponds, as nearly
as our circumstances will admit, to
the British House of Lords. And
the incomparable Gladstone, in lln
height of his power and popularity
was never able to excite the British
people against the House of Lords.
Neither Sir Wilfrid Laurier, nor any
other person can excite the Canadian people against the Senate.
The Senate displeased the Liberal
party by rejecting two or three of
its measures, hence the cry for its
mending or ending. The Senate,
like the House of Lords, is not expected to resist the clearly expressed
will of the people. If lhat Teslin
railway deal, for instance, had the
support of the country, it was the
duty of the Senate to agree to it
But the Senate did not so believe,
and accordingly it rejected it. It was
precisely for sueh a purpose it was
created. If the Laurier Government
thought the Senate mistaken and were
eager to rebuke it they had the remedy in their own hands; they could
have appealed to the people, and if
sustained the Senate would have
had to yield. But the Government
knew better; they were afraid lo
challange such an issue, and ever
since their most active partisans
have been venting their disappointment by scolding the Senate. They
might us well whistle against the
H. Rider Haggard.
Grant Allen.
Britain's Roll of Glory,
D. H. Parry.
Fights For
the Flag,
W. H.  Fitchet
Deeds That Won the
Fmpiie, W. H. Fitchet.
Whittaker's   Almanac   1899.
Office and Pocket
Diaries, 1899.
Established 1878,
The Brackman b Ker Milling
Company, Ltd.
Beg to announce that they have opened a Branch  House  in   Nelson  and
will Carry a Full  Line of
Hay, Oats, Mill,Feed, Rolled Oats, Graham
Flom, Etc.
TEMPORARY WAREHOUSE:���Turner, Beeton's   Warehouse   on  C.
P. R. Siding,  below Gray's Planing Mill.
CITY OFFICE:���Room 6,   Aberdeen   Block,   Baker    Street.
Write foi Quotations in Car Lots.
Victoria,  Vancouver,   New Westminster,
South Edmonton, Nelson.
TAKE NOTICE that I, V. C. Rack-
lift', will apply to the Gold Commissioner of West Kootenay, L. O., thirty
days after date, for a license to sell
liquor by retail at my lintel, located at
Sirdar, 16 miles from Knskonook, in
the West Kootennv district
Dated at Nelson, B. O., this 9th day
of Dec, 1��!)8
Start the
New Year
As You
There is lillie reason to feel surprise that employers in England
should begin lo combine in their
own defence, lhe tyranny of Labor
Unions in lhat country, and almost
lo a similar degree in lhe United
States, is becoming intolerable, anil
the only way to   successfully   meet
practising the very opposite of what
we propose to do.    And should  the i it is to organize
legislation be passed, there wi
is    done in opposition    lo    the   ex-  little doubt of the issue.
pressed    wish of the    Imperial   and   leaders had kept Ihemselve
Dominion Governments,   who   are reasonable bounds, no such
linst them.    In a
be j struggle between organized   capital
mortification of knowing that  it land organized labor, there   can    be
I'   labor
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7:80 .a.m.���S. S. Alberta leaves for
Knskonook and way points
Tuesday, Thursday and
8:00 a.m.���S.S. Moyie leaves for Kootenay L'd'g and way points
Monday, Wednesday and
9:00 ii.m.���Train leaves O. P. R. station for Slocan Oity, daily
except Sunday.
0:40 a.m.���Train leaves N. & F. S.
station for Rossland, Spokane and way points daily.
10:05 n.m.���S. S. International arrives
from Kaslo and way points
daily except Sunday.
11:00 n.m.���S. S. Kokimee arrives from
Kaslo and way points daily
except Sunday.
2:20 p.m.���Train arrives C. P. R. station, from Slocan City and
way points, daily, except
l:0O p.m.���S. S. Kokanee leaves for
Kaslo and way points,
daily, except Sunday .
4:80 p.m.���S. S. Internationa] leaves
fur Kaslo and way points,
dailv except Sunday.
">::��) p.m.���Train arrives N. & F. S.
station, from Spokane,
Rossland and way points,
6:50 p.m.���H. S Moyie arrives from
Kootenay L'd'g and way
points, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
0:1(0 p.m.���S. S. Alberta arrives from
Kuskonookand way points
Tuesday, Thursday and
(1:10 p.m.���Train leaves 0. P. R. sta-
th n for Robson, Rossland,
and all Main   Line points,
10:30 p.m.���Train arrives C. P. R. station, from all Main Line
points, Rossland and Rob-
son, daily
Steam tugs Kaslo, Angerona, Red
Star, HerculSb, Surprise and others
ply on Kootenay lake to and from Nelson, hut have no regular times of arrival and depnrture.
TrniiHportalion OomptinleR aro requested to
Ktvo notloo to tho Minor of uny attentions lu
thctimeof irrtval anddoonrturo from Nolson.
D.   McARTHUR   &    CO.
Gor. Maro & Baiter Sts.
Carload   of the latest furniture on the market
just received.
Upholstering   a   Specialty.
Undertaking and Embalming in all   its  branches.
We have our own Hearse.
The   Following   Direct  Shipments
Just Received
Cigars   From   Havanna���Bock  &  Cos    Goldei
Henry Clays.
From   Alexandria,   Egypt���lladges   Nessim
From Reims, France���Pommery Champagne, Quarts
Watch For Them
His Excellency and the Blue Buds.
They are our New Brands o( Cigars���Royal  Seal,   Kootenay Belle, Little Gem are the Others.
Jobbing in foreign Raw leal Tobacco and imported Cigars.
You can buy our brands of
ters,"W. A.'l
Cigars at "Smokers' Headquar-
hurman, Proprietor.
Kootenay Cigar Mfg. Co.
Post Office Box 126. Nelson, B. C
anxious to preserve the consistencies
and to maintain the traditions of
llie race to which we are so proud
to belong.     How our people can   be
as this could have arisen.    But they I
pushed their chums too far, with the
result that they forfeited public sympathy and aroused a feeling of   bit-
blinded to all this by the few selfish ! ter antagonism among employers.
politicians at Victoria, who have Fortunately things have not come
not a thought above their own inter- to this pass in Canada, and with
ests, who can no more reach to the this experience in England as an
level of statesmanship than they can object lesson the demands of labor
fly to the moon, is one of the oddest may be still more inclined to keep
features of the whole matter. | within moderation.
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The Dining Oars art-operated In thetnterett nt
ih piitmiiH. tlm most olesmnl ����� .1
Inaugurated.  Meals a?eTr"edaTO"
mid vi',lrs1, clllSK Borvlo�� *our "<*��t should
BISON LODGE. No. 23. A. F.St.A.
M. moots second Wednesday In oach
month.   Visiting hrothron Invitod.
G. L. I.icnnox. Secretary.
1. O. o. F. Kootenay Loduo
No. in, mucin every Monday night,
nl   tholi   'lull,   Kootonay street.
Sojourning odd Fellows oordlally Invited.
v. ll. Clements, N. G.      Fred J squires, Secy
COURT KOOTENAY, I.O.F., NO. 3138 moot-
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Urccn.i'.lt.: J, rarkiss. Secy.
NKI.SON LODGK, NO. in A.O.U.W., meets
nvery Thursday In llio I.o.o.F. hall. G C
Williams. M.W.: VV 8 Smith, llec.Sea; J. J.
Drbviill, Finanolor; F. J Squire. Receiver, and
'  vi, u
SKI.-us 1.0.],. No. Hllli moels In tho Mao
iiomilil block every Thursday evening al 8
���vim k Visiting members oordlally Invited,
Tuve, VV, a.i f. .1. Bradloy, U.S.
NKI..SON LODGE No. 25, K. of P.
imoete in Castle ball, HoDonsild block
acvory Tuesday evening at. 8 o'clock.
/All visiting knight.- cordially Invited,
R. G. Joy, C. C.
IK'Ail Gko. Rush K. of R.andS.
NKI.SON   LODOK,   I. O. O. T.      Meets in
Oastle Hull.  McDonald  Block, every Monday
1'onlng ut 8 o'clock.   Visiting Templars oor*
linlly invited, John Telford,
Chief Templar,
J. F, Jaeobson   Secy
Great West   Life
Assurance Co.
Money to Loan on straight
mortgages at 8 per cent, on
ni proved properties.
R.   Cameron,
Notice of Application for Liquor License.
I'ake notloo that I, Robert, Froy, will apply
In tho Hold Commissioner of Wost Kootonay,
B.C.,thirty.'daysafter date, for a license to
H01J liquor by retail at my hotel, located nt
Mountain Siding, In West Kootenay district.
Dated at Nelson, B. 0., this roth day of De
'���ember, 18118.
and  News   Agents   on  boats and
trains out of Nelson.
Direct oonneetfona nt Oh
for ail Uastern points
I'm full information enll
agent, or write
Jah. a. Clock.
ago and Milwaukee
on your nearest Hoke!
rhe York County Loan _ Savings Co., of Toronto.
Portland Ore. Milwaukee.
Subscribed Capital, j:i,UOO,000; Total Assets
Paid Dec. 18117, 1166,109,92! Not Earnings for '117,
M0,880,8a, Joseph Phillips, Pres; A. T. Hunto ,
Vice-Pros; V. Robin, Treasurer; K. Burt,
C. F. BROADHURBT, Sunt, for
Kootenays, Rossland, B. O.
O.L. MILLS, Ag't for Nelson.
Agents will oall and explain the system. NELSON DAILY MINER,  MONDAY, JANUARY 16,  1899.
Board Awarded It To Him
Police   Magistrate   Orease  Sticks to His
Former   Record and Votes
With the Mayor.
Tho city of Nelson Ims paid its debt
to Alio N. Johnson, It remained for
Mayor Neelands lo carry out the prom
Ise made to Mr. Johnson by John Hi 11s-
tnn, when the latter was mayor, anil
which promise was made in his official
capacity as iniiyi r. The Board of License Coininisiiners Ha'iirilny after
noon awarded Mr. Johnson Ihe license
transferred from Mrs. Mellette, anl
Mr. Johnson Immediately opened his
saloon. It was up u motion of Mayor
Neelands lhat this action was taken.
He was supported by Mr. Crease uud
opposed hy John A. Tuner, the third
member of the commission, who has
been Interested in securing the license
for Mr. Lemon.
Thismatt-r was the first taken up at
the meeting. Alayt r Neelands after
culling the meeting to order uskeil for
the reudiug of the minutes of the hist
regular meeting of the Board and of
the special meeting of Dec. 27 at which
was rescinded the resolution passed at
the previous meeting transferring the
license to Mr Johnson.
His Worship then moved that the
minutes of the special meeting, iu so
far ns they related to the Malletto license, be expunged from the records
and that the minutes and records of
the meeting of December 14 be restor
ed to rend ns they read originally.
Mr. Crease seconded Mavor Neela ds'
motion, explaining as he did so that he
had supported the original motion
when Mr. Johnson had heen granted
the transfer and that he had refused to
act wilh Mr' Houston ond Mr. Turner
nt the special meeting when the former action hail been rescinded. On principal he was opposed to the granting
or transfer of a license for a saloon on
linker street, but there were peculiar
exigiences in this particular case. It
WS8 hut justice lhat Mr. Johnson
should secure the license; the circumstances in the case compelled him to
act us he had.
In reply to Mr. Turner's question as
to what effect the passage of the resolution before the Boprd would have,
Mayor Neelands said that it give Mr.
Johnson the license he had been promised by the ex-mayor.
Mr. Turner then addressed the hoard
ut some length. Such action as was
proposed, he said, would be illegal.
He had consulted the Attorney Gen
eral of the Province, he claimed, ad
had been Informed hy him that the
stand was Ihe proper one. He argued
too, that Mr. Johnson's application
snould have been accompanied by ii
petition. It was only a menus of ovad-
ng the law which provides that a license cannot be granted without a petition and lie did not believe that the
residents in the vicinity of Mr. John
sou's saloon wanted it there.
Mr. Neelands intimated that there
were other blocks ou Baker stroet in
which saloons wero and still others in
which saloons could bo placed, and he
did not believe that this should bo
used as an argument ngainst Mr.
W. A. Galliher, an behalf of Mr.
Johnson, also addressed the Board,
pointing out that the Board would be
acting strictly within its authority iu
granting the transfer to Mr. Johnson.
The provisions of tbe Municipal
Clause Act, Mr. Galliher said, with
regard to the transfer of a license from
ono jerson to nnothor or from one
place in another, did not provide for
the signing of a petition by the property owners in the immediate or
adjacent blocks ns is required in the
eases of now licenses.
A solicitor also appeared on behalf
of Mr. Loniou.
At tho conclusion of the argument
Chairman Neelands put the motion
which wus carried by his own vote
and that of Mr. Croase, Mr. Tumor
voting in tho negative. Tho minutes
of Dec. U were therefore restored to
their original shape.
A resolution renewing all existing
licenses, among them that of Abo N.
Johnson wus then adopted and Mr.
Tumor was defeated.
The application of Robert E. Lemon,
who had hoped to get the Malletto
license, was then presented but ub
there were uo vae.mt licenses to grant,
Mr. Lemon's application was ordered
During tho meeting Mr. Turner and
Mr. Lemon's solicitor referred to Mr.
Crease's connection with tho matter,
In justice to Mr. Orease, tho facts as
they transpired, should bo given,
At the meeting ef Deo. U there nu
presented to the Board a request from
Mrs. Malletto that her license be transferred to Mr. Johnson, Mr. Johnson
at the same t����(B making implication
OH his own behalf. On motion of Mr.
Macdonald, seconded by Mr. Crease,
the transfer was made. Mr. Houston
who was then chairman, refused to
issue tho license, in spite of the fact
that it was shown lie had promised
Johnson the license and had told him
to go ahead and prepare to open his
saloon and he (the mayor) would give
him a permit to run until the License
Commissioners met. Johnson subsequently opened up and was summoned
for the sale of liquor without a licenso
and fined by Police Magistrate Crease,
Mr. Crease holding that the transfer
was not complete without the sanction
of tho Mayor, which sniicliou tbe
Mayor hud refused to give. On
Dee. ^2 the removal of Mr. W. A.
Macdonald, who was a license commissioner, was affected and Mr. Turner appointed in his stead. On Dec.
2" n hurriedly called meeting was lield
anil Mr. Turner and Mr. Houston
caused to lie entered in the record
book a resolution purporting to annul
that Dart of the minntes of the regular
meeting of Dec. 14. Mr. Crease took
no part in this action, although being
present, because of its former action
and the promises made by the Mayor
to Mr. Johnson. His action on Saturday went no farther than adhering to
tbe position taken by him at the original meeting and simply restored to Mr.
Johnson whatever rights ho may have
anqnired hy reason of the former
Fifteen ears uf freigh
sou yesterday from th
Crow's Nest Pass roi d.
is destined   lor   other
arrived iu Nel-
���  east   over Ihe j
A poll ion ��� f it
towns   in    lhe
but several ears are  for  Nel-
.lletci'olegiail Id-purl
(Observations taken by A. H. Holdioh.
.Tan 4
Jnn 5
Jnn II
Jnn 10
Jnn 13
Jan 11
Jnn 15
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SXI1W     BAR-
Mrs. McNnbb, of Arrowhead, is on
a visit to her sister, Mrs. Horace
Mrs.   Horace   Hume    is    somewhat
erii.tisly  ill.      She   was   progressing
favorably hist evening,
J. F. Stephens aud E. Emerson,
contractors on the Nelson & Bedlington road, are at the Pliair.
\n incipient lire in the Bank of
Montreal building, New Denver, caused
some excitement around that place
last week.
Mr. J. L. Ketallick has reooveied
from his attack of typhoid fever. He
has left with M ss Ketallick for San
11. F. Mcl.eod, of Nelson, formerly
with Oalliher & Wilson, was sworn in
is a solicitor before the Full Court at
Victi ria on Thursday.
One of Spokane's newspapers has
figured out that the plumbers of that
ci'y have reaped a harvest of $5,500 iu
repairing pipes injured hv the recent
cold snap.
The business done in .Silverton hi
theC. P. R, for the year 189S averaged
month for mouth with that done in
1KII7, shows an increase of business of
over $1,1X11) per month, while the nionl li
of December brought, iu over 16000, im
increase of over $2,000 for the corresponding month in 1897,
During th�� past week a cold wnve
swept over this district, days the Midway Advance, and for severity it taxtd
the old timers just a little to coujur up
its equal. Ou Tuesday night the ther
mometer registered here :��) degrees,
on Wednesday night 33 degrees, and
on Thursday night 421 degrees below
The tug Sandon, which the ('. P. H.
launched lust week at Koseberry, will
be put ou Slocan Lake for fieight
service aud will tow the car barge.
The S. S. Slocan, which bus been used
on the barge, is too light for the work
and will be drydocked at once to lit
her for the summer passenger work.
She is a very fast craft.
Th.) water mains have recovered
pretty well from their ill usage by lhe
recent cold snap. All parts ot the cily
except Victoria strict, have water as
usual. The Miner, together with ils
neighbors on either side of Victoria
street is without water and until the
power is on again delays in printing
nnd delivering the papers are unavoidable.
| JSnys the Winnipeg   free 1'iess:   W.
O. Nihlock mid Kenneth McLennan,
two of the most prominent and popular amongst the C. 1'. B. conductors at
Ibis point, also leave for the Crow's
Nest. Puss, where they will in future
live. Their families will follow later
on. Both Nihlock and McLennan will
he greatly missed from the town, and
the good wishes of the citizens go with
Handsome prizes will be awarded to
the successful niasqueruders at the
carnival at the Crystal rink this even
ing for the best fancy costume, ladies,
a costly jui'dinier, and for the gentlemen n clock, valued ut $7 will be the
prize. Auother will he given for the
most comic costume. There will hen
two mile rnce, open, and a handsome
*7 preseut will be the first prize. There
will be no skating ut the rink this
Somopcoplethink that a Hardware
store is a poor place to look for suitable
Disabuse your mind of that idea. We
have a line of goods amongst which
will be found the most useful and np-
Droprlate articles for presentation purposes. Their value is not fleeting.
Every day the receiver of one of these
will have reason to praise your judgment in selecting it lasting gift.
importers of
Paints, Oils, Shelf Hardware,
Plumbers' Supplies,
Miners' Supplies
Steel Tape and All   Kinds
of Instruments repaired.
Patenaude Bros.
has  taken over the practice of
Dr.    II.   E.   Hall ami   is   prepared to do all kinds of Dental
Work   by latest methods.  .  .
lirokrii lllll Itloek linker St.
Taking Bffieel
1st, 1808.
linn .
Wkst Hound
I'Mrst Cluna
Loaves Daily
S.lin a. in.
H.&5 a. m.
'1.15 ii. in.
111.110 ll. in.
111.118 a. in.
111.211a. in.
10:31 a. ni.
10.85a, in.
III. 1,1 a. in.
.Vrrivo Daily
Leaves Daily
11:00 a. in.
11:10 "
11:33 "
Arrivo Dal
i :"u u'l ii!,-i, a. in., September
I'ai-lllr  or  I-.'Oil,  Meridian
Tlmo Card No i
Sept 1st, 18118.
South Fork
Bear Lako
I'a) no Tram
(Judy J miction
Cody Junction
K ast Bound
I'Mrst Class
Arrivo Dally
B.80 p.m.
8.05 ii.ai.
3.10 p.m.
2.00 p.m.
1.50 p.m.
1.3S p 111.
1:88 p.m.
1,22 p.m.
1.15 p.m.
Leave Dally
Arrive Daily
11:52 a.m.
I). F. &
11:35  "
Leave Dally
. t'Ol'KLAND.
Notice of Application for Lii|iior   License
NOTICE is hereby glvon Hint I, Iho under
signed, Roborl K. Lemon, Lntond to apply to
lhe Board of Liconsing CommUriionerH nf ilie
Cily ol' Nelson, 11. ('.. al I In-ir next slllinit mi
i he'I Uh ilny or January. A. li. 1890, for a retail
liquor lii-ense in sell liquor by retail in Hie
room on Ward street, lining ihe second door
from Hie curlier nf Baker nail Ward streets.
ihe building situated on lot 12, blook i, city
Nelson, H. 0.
Dated nib day of i>oe. a. d., 1808,
Ice Creepers!
We Have just   reeeived  another
consignment    of   these   famous
Life and Limb Savers  Call
early.    They won't last long.
Aberdeen Block
A Treat,
Just Arrived from the Haple District.
A Fresh Lot of^ "*"*_*
Maple Syrup
In Tins and Bottles.
Also a shipment of Pure Rock Candy Syrup
in Bottles. P, ices very Reasonable, considering the quality	
Headquarters for Dried Fruits. Jams and Jellies
JH.DesBrisay & Co.
Aberdeen Block,
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
. . FRESH . .
Camps supplied on shortest notice mid Lowes Prices
Mail Orders receive Careful attention.
Nothing but fresh and wholesome meats and supplies
kept in stock.
.Markets at Nelson mid Ymir,
Merchants' Bank of Halifax,
Incorporated 1869.
Capital Paid Up, 81,500,000,
Head Office:  Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Kcsme, 81,175,000.
Antigonish, X S.
Batburst, X- h.
Hridgowa'er, X. S.
Oharlottetown, P. E. I.
Dorchester, X. B.
Kroderieton, X. B.
Ciujsboro, X. S.
Grand Forks, B, C.
Halifax, N. S.
Kingston, X. B.
Londonderry, X. S.
Lunenborg, N. S.
Mai i land, N. li.
Monet on, N. B.
Montreal, I'. Q.
Montreal, Wont End
Montreal, Westmount
Xanaimo, R. ('.
Nelson, li. C.
Newcastle, X. B.
I'ictoii, N. s.
Port Ftawksbury, X. S.
Ro' land, B.C.
Sackville, X. B,
Shubenacadie, X. S.
Sninint'rside, P, F. I.
Sydney, X. 8.
St. John, Nfld.
Truro, X. S,
Vancouver, B. C.
Vancouver, East End
Victoria, 11. C.
Weymouth, X. S.
Woodstook, X. II.
Ymir, II. C.
Ueneral Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange   Bought
and Sold, Letters of  Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the in '���(. favorable terms.    Interest allowed  on special
deposits ind on Saving Bank accounts.
Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Vancouver, Vancouver East End,
Victoria, Grand Forks, Ymir.
A Ravings Bank department has been established in connection wilh the Nolson branch of
this bank. Deposits of ono dollar and upwards rooolved, and current rale of inlerest allowed,
at present 8 per cent, por annum.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
MUSIC LESSONS. ���On piano   urfian   or
unllar, hy Mrs. W. J.  Astloy, Robson street
I wo doors west of Stanley.   1>. 0. Box 130.
WANTED���A position ns manager ami book
keeper for an hotel. Has liad good experience
and can give Kooil references. Apply Miner
POR SALE���Complete outni of good housekeeping furniture for small family.   Apply at
ihls olliee.
TO LET���Furnished bedroom  in a
private family.     Apply, Miner Oflieu.
WANTED.- A nurse maid. Ap"iy
Mrn. 1). A. MoFarland, corner Hull nnd
RobsOD streets.
Z.                       Real Estate and Insurance Agent. _:
|                    FOR SALE |
��s*~ ~^m
fc               Two Lots on Mill Street.    $300 Cash. j^
��*-- -->
I The Birkbeck Investment,  Security |
%               and Savings Co. 3
X~ advance money on Improved Real Estate.     Repayable in 5 and ^
*Zz                          8 years by monthly instalments,
five room liiriiiBheil liouse or three
rooms furnished for light houso keeping.   Address H. B. H., Miner Offloe.
Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co.
$6.25 Delivered to any
part of the city.
Charles St.   Barbe,   Agent.
Office with Charles A. Waterman & Co., where
orders will be received.
��= FOR    RENT 3
g���  U-Uoomod iSlone House $t; on   ;^
y-  1-Hooineil Plastered House  ��� $12 00   :^
fc= ������������ 3
ft; FOR SALE ^
^--      l-Kooineil   Cottage  near   Stanley   ���^
Jt:  street, $7,">u. z^
^z    a Roomed sione CoUhkc 81300.        ^
^:     Large Double House $2000. r3
!��: o.v i:i��v TKUM8. ^
|:        SEE ANNABLE       3
:oil 11 i vi' nun i ST., on i.iciix.i :
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer and Porter.
Drop  in   anil see   us.
B. C.
Now finally known as
Fisher Station, C.N.P. R'y.
West KooU'iia. Valley, B. O., on  line
of C.N.P. Ry., and
Nelson & Bedlington Ry., now  under
Information regarding Creston may
be had ol' GEO. .M'FAKEAND, Agent,
Nelson, or from
Creston Townsite Co.,
I *��� NELSON CAFE  # f
: Short Order Meals
X At Any Time���Day
��� or Night.
X The best Cook.
��� The Best Attention.
| The Best Meals.            X
��� ���
��� f
% Y. HOSHI - Proprietor. 1
i i
CnoROHOF England���Matin tl a.m.; Even
Song, 7.BQ p.m. ovory Bunday. Holy Commun
Inn on let and 3rd Sundays In the month aftei
M.iiins; on 2nd and _11��� Sundays, at 8 a.m
Sunday 8ohoolat2.80 p.m. Rev. H. S. Akc-
hurst. Reel or.   Cor Ward and Silica utroctH.
I'KKKHYTKkiAN CHURCH- Service*at 11 a.in.
and  7.HO   p.m.     Sunday School at 2.30 p.m.
Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 8 p.m.;
Christian Endeavo
day  evt
or Society meets every Monday  evening   at  8   o'clock.     Rev.  It.  Frew,
Mkthodist Church���Corner Silica and
Josephine Streets. Services at II a.m. and 7.'M)
fi. m. ; Babbath School, 2.30p.m.: Prayer meet-
(ng on Friday evening at 8 o'clock; Epworth
League C. _., Tuesday at8a.m, Rev. John
Rohson, Pastor.
Catholic Chukch���Mass at Nelson, first
and third Sunday at Hand lO.KOa.ni.; Benedtc-
l-ton at 7,80 to H p.m. Rev. Father Ferland
BAPTIST CHURCH ��� Services morning and
evening at 11 a,m. and 7,80 p.m.; Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 8 p.m. the B. Y.
P. C. Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Strangern
oordlally welcomed.   Rev. C, W. Rose, Pantor
Salvation Army���Sorvic s every evening
at 8 o'clock in harru.cksou Victoria Htroot.
A Mutant Millncr in obarge.
sjti'atk in thk a ins worth m ini no dlvihion
ok West Koothna* Dutbiot -Whhrb
loc'atkiu���onk amd a y i ��� vktku m t i.kh
KitoM Bear Lakh awd half a miijc from
thk. Kahi.o Trail.
TAKE notloo thai I, Wilfrid Francis Brong-
ham, F. M. C. Nn. 2100. agjMll fur Charles
Kingsloy Milbourno, F. M. c. No. iuhia, in-
tend, M\iy days from t he date hereof, to apply
lo ihe MininK'Rf'onl'T for a Certificate of Im
linmmenls, for the purpose of obtaining a
Crown Gran) ot the above claim.
And further take notice thai notion, under
section 87, must he commenced heforo he Is>
Buance of such ('crt Lfioata of [mpfovemetntSi
Dated this 10th day of December. 1898.
Mail  / Spokane
for       Winnii
Rossland  \
iinipeg;    Vancouver and    >fi
all   Eastern    Points. J
Vancouver ami
I   Nakusp;   Slocan   Lake;    San-   I
.      don;    Vancouver,    Winni-     -8 p.m
I       peg,  Main  Line, O.P.R,       J
|   Rosslnnd;   Trail, Robson and \
I        Points on C. & K. Ry. | ti p.ut
Kaslo and Lake Points,        4 p.m.
KttBkonOok   and Creston
Monday and Friday 7:30 a.m
\        KOOTENAY
Mining Stock Quotations.
omptled by H. U. MoCullooh, mining brok
Nelson, B. C P. 0. box llid.l
Par Price
Name of Company                  Value. Asked
Kelson, Blocan and AinsworLh
American Boy 1 00 6
Athabasca 1 00 12
Arlington Con 1 00 fi
Dundee 100 28
Dardanelles 100 11
Dellie 100 10
Elsie 101)
Kxcheoucr 100 7J
Fern U. M. Co    25 55
(Jibson 150 I"
Hall Mines  ��1 B��
Idler... 100 in
London Hill    25 25
Nelson-Poorman     25 45
Kaslo Montezuma 1 00 25
Noble Five 100 17
Rambler Con 1 00 25
Reco 100 1 20
Slocan Star    50 1 25
Two Friends    30 10
Wonderful  1 UO
Washington 100 '
Trail Creek
Butte 100 1)
Caledonia Con  100 5
Commander 1 00 13
DeerPark 100 21
Enterprise  100 10
Eureka Consolidated 1 00 9
Evening Star 100 5!
Georgia 100 8
Good Hope 100
Grand Prize  100 4
Giant 100 5
HighOre 100 2}
Iron Mask 100 05
Iron Colt 100 10)
Jumbo 100 47
Lily May 500 10}
Mayflower 1 00 li
Monita 100 10
Monte Cristo 100 10
Mugwump 1 00 3
Novelty 100 5
Phoenix 100 5
Poorman 100 13
Red Mountain View 100 1
Rossland  Homestake 1 00 S
Rossland Red Mountain 100 21
Silverlne 100 4J
Silver Boll 100 5
St. Elmo 100 5
Virginia 100 47
Victory-Triumph 100 1)4
WarEagleCon 100 3 20
West Lo Hoi J oslo 100 27
WhiteBear 100 8
AlphaBoll 100 7
Cariboo (Camp MoKl 100 160
Waterloo (Camp McK) 100 7J
Cariboo Hydraulic Con 5 00 05
Channo      25 ��
Golden Cache 100 5
Oec. M. &M. Co 100
Old Ironsides  1 00
Smuggler 100 19
Tin Horn    25 12
Van Anda 100 41
Wincncster    25 12
Fire. Mountain 100 ���
Silverton, Jan. 14.���This week's oie
shipments from SilveitoD foot up a total of 123 tons. The roads are in excellent condition nnd the ore has been
steadily accumulating at the wharf
and now amounts to nearly three carloads, notwithstanding that five carload." havo Leon shipped, lhe Wakefield sending out two carloads and the
Vancouver three for the week. Only
two mines are shipping at present, the
Vancouver and the Wakefield, the
Oomstock Jlines holding back awaiting the completion of their concentrator and the Emily Edithmiue although
sacking ore daily has not as yet commenced to'ship. When their output commences to come down our shipments
will be more than doubled.
Silverton ore shipments during the
first two weeks of January, 18!)!), aggregated 123 tons thus:
Jan.   2, Vancouver, mine 2D tons
Jan.   1  Fidelity mine     3 tons
Jan.   ti, Wakefield mine  20 tons
Jan.   9, Vancouver mine   10 tons
Jan. 11, Wakefield mine  20 tons
Jan. 13, Vancouver mine.   ... 20 tons
Total 123 tons
Shipments during Dec. 30!) tons.
#   #   ��
E. Mansfield, who is managing the
Jaker group is at thePhnir en route to
the properties. Bis headquarters are iD
Slocan City but ou account of the snow
he has to reach the properties by way of
the Molly Gibson nnd over the divide.
Work on the Joker group is progressing
actively. A shaft has been sunk 70 feet
and three feet of ore has been struck,
There is a hundred tons nf ore on the
dump and a good value of gold is shown.
* *    *
Mr. J. M. Williams, a West Australian
Mining expert is at tho I'hair. This is
Mr. William's first visit to British Columbia, but he has visited every other
prominent mining country in the world.
He has come lately from London aud is
representing British capita), lie did
not state the name of his company but it
id one that has as yet no interests in British Columbia so considerable good to
this Province mny result from his visit.
"British Columbia is as yet but very
little known in London" said Mr. Williams to a Nelsou Daily Miner reporter
yesterday, ''it is only in the offices of
private companies lhat one can see samples of 15. 0. ores aud there are no signs
iu London thut the Government of this
Province has done anything to advertise
its mineral resources. The opportunities to do so by representaling ore displays at the show this summer at the
Crystal Palace and at Paris in 1900 should
not bo missed. However, I think that
this year will see the investment of a
great deal of British capital iu British
Columbia as the attention of the monied
men of the Old Country is being gradually turned to this country. But good
advertising of whut you have to offer
should do an immense amount of good."
# *   #
D. W. Moore and U. A, Ciuriieham o
theTiuil smelter uud 0. F. Smith of
KoBsland are three well known mining
men ut the Hume.
Oue of the principal reasous that more
mining property does not change   bauds
is  the  unreasonableness  of   so   many
owners, says the Mining and Metallurgi
cal J"iiraa'.Capital is constaotlyjieekinir
opportunities for investment; but i-i tin
majority of instancfs,runs up against the
snug whioh overturns so   many  possible
sales i. e., Ihe man who has millions   in
prospective, but only hundreds in Bight.
Why a capitalist should lake   any mor<
Chances in mining lln.n in any oilier business   proposition   is   hard   to   discern.
Hardly a claim, prospect or miue  is  oi
the market today, that is not placed bigl
above its actual value, said a  prominen
buyer    recently.    Tho   difficulty   arise*
from the owner's igeoinnoe of  u  mine't
"idue.    The Boouer it is understood that
claims and prospects are not   mines, and
even where ore has been developed, that
investors will not generally pay for mine
than there is in sight, the sooner will mon
transfer be made.  Ihis leads up lo what
is   termed   "ore   iu   sight" upon which
point bo many have bill, little idea.    Ask
some miners what  they   have   in   sight,
and you will probably meet with the  repulse  that they have a  shaft   dowu   4(1
feet* and, as close as they can   estimate,
about 40,00(1 tons of ore in   sight.    Now
by   what   method   of calculation this is
arrived at is hard to determine.  Another
will claim to have, say, iu  figures, about
150.000 worth.    Ask him   what   he   will
sell for, and he will tell you there is   no
doubt as to the  ore   going   through   to
China, nnd he thinks that 8100,000 woultr-
be about the right figure.    He   gives no
Consideration to the fact that values con-
tuiued iu the ore iu a mine   and   bullion
returns are matters   to   be   considered.
That it takes money to  erect   mills,   develop water,  build roads, etc   In other
words it takes money   to   mine.    While
legitimate mining, as a rule, pays abetter
interest ou the money invested than any
other   business,   it   is  neither   just nor
right lo   expect   impossibilities.    Ofleu-
imes a mine, from which every available
pound of ore has  been sloped,   will  be
placed ou the market at   a   high   figure,
and the bullion returns will be shown of
pnBt   productions.    As   well    might     a
merchant pay a high figure for au empty
store simply bcoause in days gone  by it
has done a g od business.    Let the miue
owner consider theBe matters.    Let him
be truthful of what he has to   sell.    For
the investor will take   accurate   account
of stock, and if hi.^ shelves are not empty
und his price is in keeping with  what he
has to tell, be may dispose  of   his   pro
*   *   *
Organization  Will   be  Completed   and
Acive Worked Start This Week.
This wei U will sec the organization of
an amateur theatrical society in Nelson.
Such a club has been spoken of for Rome
time and judging by the number of
people who wish to become members and
lie identified with the movement these
ea.'i be no doubt but that it will be successful. A city situated as this is must
rely pretty well on its own citizens for
whatever amusement is required and a
theatrical society, capable of (living high
class productions in nn attractive man
ner, will be n very welcome addition to
ihe city organizations.
A meeting will be held this week to
complete the formation of the club,
and active preparations will be maih
nt once for the first production which
will probably open the new opera
bouse, row in course of construction
If the completion of the opera house
is delayed too long a play will probably be prepared and produced in one
of the halls now available. The time
and place of the organization meeting
will be decided today.
Where no oonslieration is named in trunsfei
the nominal sum ol it Is lu lie understood.
"Crown Point"- L iwcrcnce. Peters,
interest in Orowu Point to D. Mc.B.
F. W. Slanwitz, John G, MuLeai.
General Sauguily   is  no   His Way to
Havana, .Ian. 11���(ice a! .In ie Sauguily, accompanied b\ lour aides-de-
camp today sailed for Tampa, Flri'iilii,
whence he ptopo.es mi proceed I
Wa-hlngtou to protest i.ga'ii-l t���<���
a t.itude nssumed towards him by Mujo
General Ludlow, the Military Governor of the Departineutof Havana, Yesterday Geueial Sanguily tailed upou
Major General Brooks, and for tin
first lime gave his version of the Albisu
thea're affair. He sin,we.I General
Brooks General Ludlow's leter, ordering him (Sanguily) to stay out of the
city and not to wear his unifo in. Sanguily, who had not seen General Ludlow got a note of introduction to him
from General Brooks and sent, ii to
General 1 udlow by a Cuban aide, together with an inquiry OS to when il
would be convenient for General Ludlow to see him. To this General Ludlow replied that he could not see Ban-
gully, and the latter before leaving.
w ote to the Governor General a full
statement of the case, General San
gully considers thut the Cut an army
has been insulted in his person
Nelson's New  Com oil Will Meet This
Today will be held tbe Brat meetii g
of the now Oity Council. There will
be but one member of the old council
present, and lhat one will be on the
oppnsil ion side of the house.
It is hardly probable that muesli
bush ess uili be transacted, ihe members of the Council being desirous of
first ascert lining just where the city
Btai (Is in regit il to   public   works,  etc.
It Is not known by any of the present
officials just iu what condition is the
work ou Iiii' Hume now being built.
There are no records to show how
much lumber has been ordered for lhe
work, what price is bell g paid for what
has been ordered, or bow much Ihe
llinoe will cost when completed, The
u \v mi Hilars of the council wish to
secure all of Uiis Information before
acting lo the matter.
There nre i-everal other mafteis in
regard to which the row Aldermen
aie completely in Ihe dark and they
are anxious to first enlighten themselves.
An Informal meeting of the Council
was held Saturday afternoon, but they
could not meet, lo ! riinsuct business
until toduy.
Two Rinks from Rossland will be Here
This Week.
A meeting of the Nelson culing club
has beeu called for nt the Hume hotel
tomorrow evening. A large attendance
of the members is requested as arrange
meats will be made for the visit of Nelson riuks to the Carnival at Rossland
next week. Rinks will also be ohoeen
for the game with Rossland ou Wednesday of this week. This will he the
preliminary game for the Tuckett trophy, the finals for which will tnke place
at the Uossland bonsplel. Two rinks
from R sslnnd will arrive in the city
tomorrow evening. As there is only
one sheet of ice available here there
will be a game afternoon and evening.
London. Jan, 11���The council of the
United Kingdom Chambers of Com
ineice has sent a memorial to Premier
Salisbury, asking that the Olayton-
Bulwer Treaty be maintained unless
a gnuraiitee of absolute neutrality of
lhe proposed Nicaragua canal be obtained from the United States. The
chamber also wants guarantees as t
preferential rales.
Tbe Queen's.���H, G. Mailer, Vernon;
Mrs. Heap, Ainswoith; II. MihalTy and
wife, Onsoudi; P. W. Stnmwit nnd Oapi
Duvey, Bcooklyu; Mrs. .1. .1. MoMuilm
Port Hido Sidiug.
Tne Hume.���W, J. Tnafe, J. A. TV, -
iniiou, aud J. .1 S-Mithcott, Yau'.'UV :
if. .1. McPhee, Spokane: C. L .-.. i .
R)Ssiaiid;Tbos. A Grny, Nitkitsji; \Y,
I Gushing, Miu enpolis; 1>. W. M lore
Cn.il; R. A. Oan ioham, Trail: .lei.
���iciieri ige, Vancouver; L. H. Loo.,
U -shm.l; II. II. Cooper, Vtiticouveis
I hu Keen, Kasloi Mrs. MoNabb, Arrow-
,i a.l.
Pbnr, BURiseberg, Loudon, En.;
', (I. McGuigau ned \V E. Met ormuck.
'��\...c.. live,-; L Murks, Victoria; S. M.
Bay, P.il Ailhui; T H. Meiulenh II
.ii I .1. A. Demi R .sslnnd; T. R. Mori is.
Trail: J. W. Stewart and Tims. Semple,
Toronto; E. Emerson, Brooklyn; A. C,
Oiimerou, Tunl; Mis. McGiure, Ros��-
and; John F. Stephens, Brooklyn.
Hamilton, Out ,.Ian. II Mrs. Lillie
Keller attempted suicide with laudanum Inst night. Last summer���in took
carbolic acid.   She will give no lenson.
Painting and
Fancy Work.
Mth, 1\ A. Ttimiiiyn. Vernon Rt.. i* prepared t<>
mkc puplla in pain Mug on Satin, (iU*> and Oan
vurt. Also i(!s-.oiiK given in all br&nouoti nf In lot
fancy work. Orders oxooutod promptly and
,u reasonable priced.
Geo.    Holbrook,
City Scavenger.
All kliuls of day anil night  Bcnvonffcrlng.
Work promptly done,    Clilinnoy Swooping
Hox '!'&   Leave onlors nt M. Do��Brlmy>,
Newly Furnished Rooms
At the Carney Block, Maker street.
Hath and electric light Prices reasonable.
Take notloo thai I.Uoborl Mcnhftn will apply
to the Gold Commissioner of Wost Kootenay
B. C�� thirty days after date, for a lloonsn to
soil liquor by rotall at my hotel, located at
sirdar, Ifimirosfroni ECuskonpoki in iho West
Kootenay district       KOBKRT MEEHAN.
Dm I'd at Nolhon, It. U., this lHt day ofUocoin-
bor, im n.it
Purchased and payment made as soon
after receipt of ore as
samples can be assayed .
Quotations given
upon the receipt of
ES, L'T'D,
B_X  oi in: ami  i\sniiMi: agent
Valuable linker Street and other excellent property for sale.
Office TimHr-llocrl.il Itloch. Nelsou. B. ��'
Steamship Lines
From Portland
Allan Lino���Laurentian Jan. 21
From New York
White Star Lino���Cymric Jan. 17
White star Line-Germanic Jan  18
While Star Line���Teutonlo Jan. 25
��� uimrd Line���linhiia Jan. 14
Cunard Line  Rot via Jan, 21
Anchor Line���FnrneBsta Ian. 14
Anchor Line���Kihiopia Jan. 88
American Line���St.Louis... Jan. in
Mian Line���State Nehiaskii    Jan. 19
(labtn, 915.00, $50. Shu, $70 $80 and upwards.
Intermediate, $32.n0aai upwards
Steerage. $22,50and upwards,
Passengers ticketed through to all points in
Great Britain or Ireland, and at specially low
rates to all parts of the European oontl lent.
Prepaid passages arranged from all points
Apply fcoC P.R. City Ticket Agent, Nelson,
or to
i.vi)   General Agent, r.l'.ll. Offices, Winnipeg
General Teamsters.
��� Piitq ftp n n nil nr
ii,UillU    iiii     l',     Ui    U11   Ul
(St indard Oil Co.)
Anthricite Coal.
First Class Fir
Cut any lengti
to order.    One ear  of Fresh
Spokane Lime just arrived.
Office Cor. Baker & Hall Sts.
Telephone  88.
TAICK NOTlOEUmt 1, Quo. W. Beale, will
u ply 11' Un' iiniil Commlfwloner of West Kooi
���i ay. II. 0��� thirty iliivs nftu:' dale, for 11 license
to wll liquor by roUxll nl niv phioo, known ns
ilm Plonear K<-hminim, Uobson, 11. O.
[Signed)        OKORQKW. BBALS,
Dated Jnnua y 13th, 1899.
All parties nre cautioned I against huylns
Iteco Viningnml Milling Company, I iiuiled,
SiorU OflrUlloHNS Now. 'J12, 818, 244, 245 and WO,
in favor of L. IC. Hunk; Sn. ''17 In favor of L.
1'utnrBon, and No. 'its in favor of w. T. Arthur.
Slid certificates were obtained  by fraud anil
win not be redoomod,
P, T. KKLLY. Secretary.
Notice is hereby given that application will im liiiuln to the. Parliament
nf Canada, at its next session, for an
net to declare tbe Bedlington ami Nelson Railway Compaany to be h body
corporate and polltio within the juris
ilietion of the Parliament of Canada,
anil the Company's Railway to he
n work for ihe general advantage of
Canada, also to authorize tho Oompany to exereise running powers over,
anil lo the use and operation of the
property of other railway companies
and to make such arrangements for
oonveying or leasing tbe Company's
Railway and itH rights and powers as
is usually uiven to railway eompanies
in their Acta of Incorporation, and for
other purposes.
KiihIo, B 0, Dec 80, 189S.
finished Worsted Coats
... vear witb?odd trousei- is the
5 correct thing 'his season.
ft And wh.it is i-i.ini-l can !"���
found here at any time. We
bavea large stock of clothing,
lint we don't keep il long. The
r arrivals of this week will he
(* gone hy uext. The si vie and
li cutof the garments catches the
% eye nnd the qua'ity nf the. goods
the judgment, nnd makes i ns
louiers. of all who come to see.
- = J. A. GILKER ���
For Next Ten Days
Line of Tea Sets of Dishes
Containing 40, 44, and 56 Pieces at
20 Per Cent. Discount.
Groceries ai)d Crockery
All   Communications relating to British Columbia business
to be addressed to P. O. Drawer 505, Nelson, B.C.
J. Roderick Robertson,
General  Manager
S. S. Fowler, E. M.,
Minins,'' Engineer
$0.75   PEH   TON,   DELIVER -D
Orders   received  at   Frank    Fletcher's    Office,   Corner  of
Kootenay   and   Baker  Streets.
General Agent
-   ��.-: ',!.-.
From the inimiifiicl urer
in 1 lie retailer direct,
nie.iiis close prices mill
personal responsibility.
lying  from  the  manufao-
1111 it 01   imiker of ^oods
means everything to the
purchaser, lor il is in itself an Insurance against
Inferior Goods and Kxor
liitant Pi ices,  while   th
customer reaps   the  im
mediate benefit
My stock of Jewelry, Itin^s, Hr ���oclies, Scarf Pius, Lorgnettes, Lockets,
Necklets, lienUciiicn's Vest Chains, Watches, ('locks, Sterling .Silver and Silver l*l*iled Ware,  I personally selected from the immense stocks at the differ
Buy from .HCOB   DOVER and Save Money.
I'higraving  Free.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
&���'_'������������������ ���������������-5^S
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo,
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Orders by mail to any branch will have careful and prompt attention.
�������������������������������������������������������������������� ��������������������������� ,
[C. D.J. Christie
fi-Konm Cottiiito        - tl600
8-Room House.      -      - 12 BO
2-Lot Garner, two homes - $1600
2-Lot Corner - -       TOO
BO-Poot Lot, Vernon si-, -   llloO
Aberdeen  Block,
8pokane Falls A
Northern R'y.
Nelson  & Fort
Sheppard R'y.
Red Mountain R'y.
The only all rail rout# without ohang
of cars between Nelson and RoBsland and
Spokane and Rossland.
Leave 9.40 a.m. NELSON Arrive 5.30 p.m
''   11:55 "   ROSSL'D    "     3:10
"    8.30 a-m. SPOKANE   "   0.30 p.m
Train thnt lea h Ni t,,,n at 0:10 a.m
makes oloso 00111ecti1.ee nt Spokune foi
nil Paoiflo Coast Points
Passengera for Kettle Kiver and Bound-
nry Creek, conoeot nt Mnrons with Stage
0. G. DIXON, Q. P. & T.A.
Spokane  Waab
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