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Daily Edition No. 800
Nelson, British Columbia, Thursday Evening,  August 9, 1900.
Tenth Year
CANADIAN NEWS
IN GENERAL
turn home and nni placing lho whole
of Lli_ troops in the Colony under For-
restlor-Walker." Lieutenant Genera]
sir Charles Warren, tho former commander of the Fifth Division nf the
Smith African Held force, has lieen
severely criticised hy Lord Roberts,
The Member for Nelson Has
Not Appeared In Public
Yet���Doings In
the House.
(SPECIALS TO THR MI_I.n.)
Viotoria, 11.   c.,   Aug,  0���Houston
received Itob Green and others today
in his rooms at the Dallas lintel, bul
has not yet appeared In public, His
face is said to be badly marked and
he is still quite shaky as a result of
his niixnp on Qovernment street. In
addition to his own trouble-, his wife
is suffering fnnn something like blood
poisoning, from the effects of a swelling un her jaw where a bee stung her.
(if his political situation little more
can yet lie said. Avowedly a supporter of the Government, he has divided
against them and will doubtless continue In that [shmacllte track.   From
Tolmie it is learned thai since Ihe arrival of the Member from Nelson in
town he had renewed his old attacks
upon the Mine Owner's Seoretary,
Calling him many foul names. In
spite of warnings to desist he took occasion to repeat those Houston Ian
phrases and persisting ill them to Rod
Tolmie' s face, ran   after   trouble   and
found it.
His few    friends   here   deplore   the
event sadly, and in the Legislature it
Is regarded   as   John's   natural    bent
and wonder is expressed that  he  did
not ventilate his dainty vocabulary on
the Hour of the House.
in   the   Legislature   itself  routine
work prevailed daring the day. Martin's amendment giving an open door
to assurers doing business in the Province eighteen months ago was voted
down on a second reading, Alter an
thie speech from Nell (Alberni) the
father of the hill, the   report    on   the
Liquor License Hill was adopted complete after the rejection of Curtls's
repeated amendment Btrlkingal smaller hotels. As an earnest of the desire
for a short session, Brown today withdrew one of his hills.
During the session Premier Dunsmuir read a telegram received from
the   Japanese   Consul    at   Vancouver.
The telegram was iu regard to the resolve of the Japanese Government to
prohibit emigration to Canada, which
has already heen reported ill Tbe
Miner. The telegram was as as follows :
"Yesterday I received   a   cablegram
from my Government to the effect that
the local   authorities were   instructed
FOR GALLANT CONDUCT.
Ottawa,   Aug    ll.���General   Hutton
| has forwarded the names of the fol-
j lowing to the Field Marshall the Com-
. inandei'-in-l'liief for gallant conduct:
Thursday. Prospects of a settlement Lieutenant II. A. Davidson. Superin-
of the issues causing the strike arc teudant N. W. M. P.; Lieutenant W,
therefore brighter. I Inglis, late Captain of  the   Berkshire
Manager Whyte in an interview to- Regiment; Corporal Fred Mortlen;
day said there was no new develop- Lance Corporal Thomas Miles; Private
ment. Discussing last night's meet-, Kerri Private Miles,
ing Mr. Whyte said   there    was   only
one thing he wished to Bay, An insinuation had been made that the company
fearing violence from the meu placed
a number of special policemen on
duty in the yards. In reply to this he
would like to say that extra police
were not put on because
mining districts of liritish Columbia
is the Inconvenience of having only a
poor trail from tlie railroad into tlie
mineral section. The people who
have largo interests in properties
there arc about to ask the Government
for aid in the construction of a good
road.
TELEGRAPHIC   BRIEFS.
Home. Aug. U���King Victor Em-
niuniiel III. and Queen Helena arrived
here this morning.
PLANET MINING GO.
London. Aug. II���The British Consul at Tien Tsin, under date of Monday, Aug. Oth, announces that thc
Chinese have been expelled from Peitsang and they are in full retreat.
FOREIGN NEWS
DESPATCHES
Nelson Company of That Nanio to Operate
Mines Near Kaslo.
���Thc School Trustees
lifflculty
Kaslo, Aug.
.     ,.���,,, had some little difficulty in securing n
the ( .1.11. shop:      .     ,     , ,       ., , ,'. ,      ,       ,.
, ,     ,, principal for   the   public   schools.    It
employees were feared by the manage- ..,.., ,    ,       _
i was not that there was   any   lack   of
inent. lie knew the men in the company's employ to be an honest, well-
meaning body, who would uot stoop
to any foul playbill there were many
bad characters iu the city who would
lake advantage of an occasion like the
present to steal and do   other   injury,
thinking the strikers would naturally
be blamed. It was these people and
not the strikers lhat were to be feared. Mr. Whyte thought the leaders
of the men would have understood
this.
HEAT IN TORONTO.
Tho Continued Hot Weather Is Causing Many
Deaths There.
Toronto, Aug. !i.~-The weather continues stitlingly hot. The thermometer Monday nnd Tuesday was
between P? and US and appears the
same today. The death rate among
yonng children is terribly high.
Between noon on Saturday uml Tuesday afternoon -IS deaths were registered of which SS were children under 1
year. The prevailing disease uinon^
the latter is cholera Infantum,
THE BONDS FLOATED.
Ottawa. Aug.   B.���Wm,  MacKenzie.
who was in Knglaud in connection
with the Canadian Northern, returned this morning. He arrived in New-
York Saturday last by the Campania
and will proceed to Toronto as soon
as lie disposes of some business he has
got bore with the Government. Mann.
his partner, was along with MacKcnzie. MacKen/.ie said he had succeeded in Boating very successfully the
bonds of the Canadian Northern. The
wink on the road was progressing, In
a couple of months there would be 100
miles built from Port Arthur towards
thc Atikoakan iron mines. The linu
would reach the mines this fall, but
will be a distance of 11:, miles west-
i ward from Port Arthur.  In about two
months there will also be  iikid miles
bull) southeast from Winnipeg to   the
south of tlm Rainy River,   Thin  will
1
applicants but the men selected had
either obtained other schools or could
I with difficulty be communicated with.
However,nfter two weeks negotiations,
it has been definitely settled to appoint Alexander Dove of Cowichan.
lie left Vancouver Island for Kaslo
yesterday. He is a graduate of St
.lohn's College. Manitoba, and   comes
here highly recommended,
Alex. Smith of the Surprise Mine
has been up to the Bannockburn
Group iu the Lardo-Duncan. This
group of live claims at the head of
Hall Creek was purchased in the
spring of 1898 by a Kaslo syndicate
and development work has been proceeding. The claims have been surveyed. It is declared that the largest
surface indications of any in the Lardo (a district of big surface indications) are to be found on the Bannockburn properties.
C'lnpbcll Creek, almost opposite
Kaslo, is to be the scene of mining
operations by a Nelson company, This
is the Planet Mining Company, which
will operate the Planet Group, on
Campbell Creek, opposite the Leviathan. Some local people have long
been sceptical of the Leviathan simply
because it is a local concern, but there
are others who know something about
mining who declared tbat once the
reconstruction of the Leviathan is
accomplished the company will prove
to have a big property. That the
region in which it is operating is otic
f promise is again proved liy thc
diniucneing of work by the Planet
Company. The work is proceeding
under the direction of Matthew Gut-
man, and associated with him are
Messrs. John Laidlaw, .lobn Iturk. I'.
C. Shacklcton. YY. Shaeklcton, Janus
Hidihough. Charles G. Simpson and
9. W.  Lindsay, all of Nelson.
Toronto, 'Out..   Aug.   9���Nineteen
deaths were reported at the Medical
Health ollice here on Tuesday ns having occurred on Monday. The large
mortality is mostly among children
anil due to the excessive heat prevailing.
Ottawa, (Int.. Aug. !i���It is expected Cabinet meetings will be resumed
about August 20th, when nearly all of
the Ministers are expected to be in
Ottawa.
Montreal, Aug. !l���A yonng man
named Victor Bluteau is under arrest
here waiting the result of the coroner's Inquest into the death of Oscar
Lefevre, aged V.), whom it is alleged
Bluteau kicked, with fatal results.
Charlottetown, 1'. E. 1., Aug. !)���In
a regatta here this morning a boat was
upset and live occupants thrown into
the water. Four were saved anil one,
Mark Riley, was drowned.
Was an Ultimatum Sent to
China From Washington
Yesterday?
on the lliith ultimo to prohibit entire-. leave about 143 miles to be   eomplct
lv the  emigration of Japanese  from next year,   it should  be  mentioned
Japan to Canada and also to the [that the Canadian Northern embraces
Unite.lSta.es. I hope vol. will an- from Port Arthur to the Saskatchewan
nounce this lo the Legislature.   1   will | l��V��--i- by Winnipeg.
,'"',lnn bl '"."'","   .���    , .1 ELECTION RUMORS.
It was received with   loud   applause
from boll, sides of the House. Montreal.   Aug.   U.   -Liberal   politi-
A bill amending the Succession   Act   clans who stand high in the   counsels
to make estates valued over W5,ooo of the party state definitely that the
pay 11-8 per cent, and over .'.'00,000 general eleotlons will not be  held be-
was introduced bv At- fore January. October was the month
iu which it was expected they would
be held, but   that   is the   busy season
Montreal,   Aug.   9 ���Undaunted   in
their unsuccessful attempt to  capture
the Seawauhaka Cup. it was announced yesterday afternoon that the White
Hear Yacht (lull. St. Paul. Minn, has
again challenged the Royal St. Lawrence Yacht club, Montreal, for the
cup. the races to be sailed over the
same course next year.
London, An|�� B.���Clarence Jackson
was struck on the head by a baseball
hat. which slipped from the hands of
another boy. Jackson's skull was
caved in over a surface as large as the
end of the bat. The bone was badly
smashed, exposing the brain. Portions of the skull were removed at the
hospital.
(BY ASSOCIATED rltKSS.)
Washington. Aug. P. ��� The message
yesterday from Minister Conger brings
the Chinese situation to its most serious stage, and Ihe authorities in
Washington regard the matter as one
of great gravity, They arc* aware
that nothing but the most vigorous
action can meet the Conditions, save
the Ministers and other foreigners in
l'ekin and avert a war of long duration. After a conference of the men
in charge of the diplomatic affairs,
President McKinley participating over
the long distance telephone, it was
decided to send a message to Consul
Goodnow repeating the contents of the
Conger message and advising liim that
tbe situation was very serious and a
crisis had been reached, lie was directed to communicate the fact lo l.i
Hung Chang, to Sheng, and otherChi-
nese ollieials. who were to transmit it
to tbeir Qovernment in China with a
strong representation thai Hie present
situation was intolerable and could
not be continued without Ihe mosl
serious results.     It is understood   thai
divert forces destined for the relief
expedition to garrison a place where
peace has been undisturbed.
A news agency despatch from Che
Po, dated Sunday, Aug. 5, says a messenger from Pekin reported that the
Dowager Knipress had sent four cart
loads of food to the Legations on July
38th.
FROM ROBERTS.
Immense Numbers of Horses and Stores Captured by Hunter,
London. Aug. tl. -The following report dated Pretoria. Aug. 8th, has
been received front Lord Roberts:
"Kitchener was Informed yesterday
by an escaped liritish prisoner that
Dewet's wagons had crossed the Vaal.
Afterwards he heard the sound of
guns, whieli I think must have lieen
Methuen'S as 1 directed him to take
up a position between l'etchefstroon.
and Lindlque, which could intercept
thc enemy, who crossed the river at
llewet's Drift.
'Kitchener is crossing the Vaal
witli cavalry and mounted infantry.
Hunter reports that he made 4,1-10
prisoners iu the Bethlehein-llarrisbui-g
district, a majority of whom are now
enroute for Capetown.
"Three guns and four thousand horses
were captured, and ten wagon loads
of ammunition and 105,000 rounds of
the despatch was really an ultimatum | ammunition    were    destroyed.     The
and thnt an early reply was demand-
ed. The answer is expected during
the day or evening and it will probably determine the future action
of this Qovernment,
Berlin. Aug. 0���The German Foreign Office In confirming to Ihe correspondent of the Associated Press
this afternoon the report of Count
Von Waldersees' appointment, said
Ibis was only to the command of the
German forces in China and thai the
question as lo whether he would command all the international forces bud
not yet been settled.
live per cent.
torney-General Kbcrls.
Joe  Martin  und EbertS  had   a   pas-
Huge-at-arms  during   tlie day. ,loe be
iii(f very angry
get some amendments to a bill.
Tbe Rossland Light Hill passed its
third reading.
There were two divisions today.
which practically showed lhat the Opposition members who will stick to
Martin in opposition do not number
more than seven.
 f,   -,.~ ....j      for   thc   farming   community   and   a
because  he   could   not ; larger   vote   would   be  polled   in the
middle of winter,
Toronto, Aug. tl.-The World says:
"The chief topic of politicians at this
lime is: will the elections be held in
October '.'" While there is no absolute
certainty about the programme of
eleotlons in October or November,
yet there is nothing to stand in the
way. There is a deep-rooted conviction nmong politicians tbat Ontario
is to be the main battlefield when the
light begins. Much will depend upon
the   crops   in this province   ill   fixing
MAY BE SETTLED.
MURDERS OE AMERICANS,
Manila. July 8, via San Francisco,
Aug. H���From upiny sections of the
Archipelago news of the atrocious
murder of Americans and others by
the insurgents is received. Three
American miners were murdered at
Bantau Island and two loyal natives
were killed at Santa Cruse. A report
of a ghastly crime following Major
Maxino's capture by   the   Americans,
comes through ollicial channels. After
Major Maxino was taken prisoner by
our troops at I'liisana. a gang of Tul-
Isanese killed his  father-in-law,   his
wife, four of his children and his
nephew, butchering and torturing
then, and robbing Hie family of about
111,000 in money and jewelry. A detachment of six men under dipt. Newbury, of the BOth Infantry.with Major
Maxino as guide, encountered the desperados, killing nine and taking
prisoners, besides recovering
tion of the jewelry
money.
18
por-
iind   11800  of the
Toronto. (Int.. Avg. 9���The Forty-
si.vlli session of tlie Grand Lodge I.
i>. O. P. opened this morning with
over 400 delegates in attendance representing over 20,000 members. The
graded scale of dues is among the
principal matters which will come before tin1 Grand Lodge for consideration.
Quebec, Aug. tl. ��� Mary Jalhert,
aged 11. looked into the barrel of a
gun in tlie hands of her I'-' year old
brother at the  moment  he pulled the
trigger and the girl's head was literally blown off, the gun being loaded
with heavy buckshot.
Berlin, Aug. 0���The foreign office
has received the following despatch
from lien- Bulow, First Secretary of
the German Legation al Pekin, dated
Tsin Anko: "Since July -1st. the situation" has unchanged. There have
been neither al tacks by the troops or
masses upon us. nor shell lire, only
desultory rifle lire^ The health ofthe
members of the Legation Is comparatively good."
garrison of Khuuls River, which 1 fear
has been captured, consists of about
.'mo busbineii and Uhodesians.
"I had hoped that Can-ingtuu had
been in lime to withdraw the garrisons, but it seems that Dclnrey hearing of Ian Hamilton's approach lo
Rustcnburg, hurried westward and
Btirroundcd the garrison before Car-
rington arrived.
"Methuen telegraphed that he hud
engaged a part of llewet's force
yesterday near Bcntorskroon. He
drove the elleiny off a succession of
hills, which they held obstinately,
Our casualties were seven killed or
wounded, Including fonrofflcers."
London. Out.. Aug. 9.���The wholesale firm of (I. A. McGillivray and
Co. have suspended payment. McGillivray had invested too freely in
real estate. The linn had also suffered heavy losses in   Manitoba   and   the
Northwest, It is thought arrangements will be made whereby the busi-
neSH will be continued.
YANG TSUN CAPTURED.
Washington. II. ('., Aug. !l The following despatch has been received by
the Signal Otlice of the army here:
"(.'he Foo, Aug'. 0���Yang Tsun captured today. Wire us. Need own transportation. All well. (Slgncd)8criv-
en. "
Vang Tsun is Ihe town which
General Chaffee Indicated   in Ids   tics-
patch received lale yesterday as being
the objective of the international
forces on iheir   Pekin movement.
ll   is at  Ihe  junction  Of the    I'ei     Uo
'and the railroad leading t,, l'ekin,
Its capture will insure the international troops it is hoped two routes
of trsnportatlon to l'ekin.
Indications thai tho C. P. R. Strlko May Soon
Be .settled.
Winnipeg. Man.. Aug. 0.���The dark
clouds which bung over  the strike
situation may now begin to disappear.
Tlie men had a meet ing this morning
at Trade's Hull which was largely nt-
li'llded, Uud although business wits. UN
Ulual, conducted in private and
nothing Ih supposed lo be given to
the public save what is authorised by
the press c iittee.it has been learned that there is a proposition on foot
for a meeting between the management of the 0, 1'. It. nnd the men to
discuss the quest ions at Issue nnd that
these   negotiations   will    be  opened
ON 49 CREEK.
A good deal of attention iH being
drawn towards Forty-nine. Ragle and
Hover Creeks district, at the present
time. Many new promising claims
are being located and more prospectors ore visiting that section this year
than Inst.    On  the   old   claims   much
more development work  is being done
this year than has been   done   for the
I   a breathing I post few years. The recent work done
On   every | by pat Miles upon his claims Paradise
has   brought    out  ore
which shoWS up exceedingly well.. Although the ore from   the    Paradise   is
nol as high   in value as that from the
la
the date.     From all accounts the crops
iu   Ontario   will    be   good   ami   the
fanners as a resiill will be in a happy
frame   of  mind.    Threshing  will
finished by October   am
spell    given   In   workers.
hand October is looked upon as a good | and   Majestic
month in which to hold the election
Quebec,   Aug.   9,���The   Choulnard
Building, Dalhousle Street was destroyed by fire last night. Tlie lirst
story was occupied by Jucipics. dealer
in provisions,ami I'.G. Dusbiere Ss Co.,
Hour  merchants,   Jacques carried n
large stock. The loss is placed at
(-0,000, half insured.
Vancouver,     Aug.   9,���The    salmon
catch continues poor.   Although there
were 11   larger  number of  fishermen
out yesterday than on  any previous
night this season the reports from different points along the   river indicate
iimi the big run expected for several Isuspicion has brol
days has not yet put in an appearance.   Consuls ���| Shanghai on accounl of the
The reports from the   traps   show that   determination of the I'.rilisli   to   land
a big school iH on its wny to the Fras- I there a brigade of Indian troops,
er and should enter the river any dny       It   is reported that    Hi- French wil]
Most of the boats average from' also  land  ti ps at Shanghai to tha
PROGRESS DIFFICULT,
London, Aug. 9. ��� The Hooded country beyond Peitsang adds Immeasurably to the difficulty of .he progress
of the Allies toward Pekin. This
news reaches the Shanghai correspondents from Tien Tsin with statements
to tin- effect that the situation al Tien
Tsin is again perilous owing to thc
assembling of Chinese troops within
striking distance.
Tlie losses of the Allies iii Ihe recent operations are in >w said to have
been I.LIU men. of which number the
Kussians lost   000,    the   Japanese   410
and  tin-   liritish   ISO.   International
ul    among   the
WARREN COMING HOME.
London. Aug. 0-Thc following   	
���patch from Lord Roberts has been re-
���As Wnnen   l"^' (,rBwback which keepn this   lucky man brought In 274 as the result  main
Maiestie the main lead Is considerably , now _
ge-ani. will give much   large   re-   rt> to 100 for th.   whole   week   on   the   number     of     l.SOi n. Whll
"* I �����____��      A   few had   400,   while   one
Fraser.
the
reived at the War Ollice:
has pacified the western
districts   of
Cape Colony 1 am allowing him to re-
Ministers      at
unrelieved
Pi
it
kin
is
not
ROME IN SORROW.
Rome, Aug. 9.- The funeral train
bearing the remains of King Humbert
left Monsea al I :;s p. m. yesterday
accompanied by the Duke of Aosta,
Ihe Count of Turin and the Duke of
Oporto. A large crowd witnessed its
departure in silence. At 1.41) p. in.
the train reached Milan where all the
authorities and an immense crowd
was assembled at the railway station.
The  widowed  Queen   and    Princess
Marie   I'ia   arrived   here   at 9 o'clock
evening. in accordance with the
former's desire there wns no reception
at the depot,
J"The    parly   proceeded lit once to the
(julrlnal, escorted by the Culrasseurs,
the spectators along tbe route bowing
their heads respectfully.    People from
the various cities snd towns through
which the train passed say thepopu-
la Ilsplaycd si^ns of the  deepest
sorrow ami of loyalty.
Th,- decoration of Rome is almost
completed * and already the scene is
extraordinary,   The bells were tolled
as the coffin was taken from the Hoyal
villa. On tlie eofiin.which was covered
with red velvet, was the helmet of the
dead King and an Italian Hug. King
Victor Kinmanitcl received tlie Prince
Ibis evening and will receive the Ministers the lirst time on Sunday for
tile signing of decrees.
BRIEF DESPATCHES.
Brighton, Aug. B.���ll. B.   Machlln,
clerk of the Division Court, died   this
morning of Injuries received iu nn at-
tack by a two-year-old bull last night.
His eldest son is in Nelson.
Winnipeg. Aug. ll. -Strikers had in-
lerview with Manager Whyte this
morning, and  settlement   now likely.
Constantinople, Aug. (I���The advices
received from llillis, Asiatic Turkey,
say that S00 men, women and children
have i i mOBSOOred in   the Armenian
village   of   Spagluink, in the districts
of Sassiin. by   troops under Ali I'asha
the commandant of Kit lis.   He Ih also
snld   to have ordered the village to be
etlon from being one ot thc fauiow . of one night's fishing.
understood why Great Britain   should j burned,
PPM MM .vr -- Nelson  Daily  Miner,   Thursday Evening,   Auoust 9,  1900.
Nelaon Daily Miner','
D, .1. BEATON, Editor and Manager
A MISCHIEVOUS nil.li
lt would never occur to tin- ordinary Intelligence thai there oould be
any neoeB&tty for Buch a law as thai
proposed by Mr, Smith Curtis, Ho
has Introduced a lllll Intended i" provide that workmen shall have n claim
to damages if brought under oontraol
Into n district where a Btrike Is In
progress, without having been Informed of the fact, It is tho verlost nonsense tn pretend that nny class of
Canadian workmen are in need of
such protection ns this. Mr, Curtis
��ays the Bill wns suggested by tho recent labor trouble In the Slocan, The
reference must be to tbe employment
of a number of imn who were brought
iu from Sudbury or Sault St. Marie,
to work in mines in the Slot-tin
country.
There is   no evidence whatever thnt
any of these men fame to  the   Slnean
under the   slightest  misapprehension
as to the  conditions  that  prevailed.
The trouble between tho   miners  and
the   miue   owners   had   been   on    for
months; it was read about ami talked
about from one end of  the   Dominion
to the other." It is Impossible to conceive that any person in   the countiy.
having the least interest In its   political or Industrial affairs,   and  possessing more than mere brute Intelligence,
could have been ignorant of  the   circumstance that in the Kootenays labor
troubles bail arisen in consequence  of
the sudden and unexpected passage of
an eight-hour law.    Afterwards, when
a few of the men   brought in had submitted to a  species of  Intimidation,
they excused themselves by pretending
that they had not known of the strike.
On the other hand, those who hail engaged them aud saw to their transportation declared that the men had been
fully informed of the   conditions that
awaited them. *No doubt they had been ;
our reiiBon tells us that  it  could  not
have been otherwise.    Men who would
rat would lie to save themselves,   and
between their word and   that  of   the
men who engaged them   there can   be
no hesitation in making choice.   Granting the possibility of such stupendous
ignorance ns   is   implied,   there   was
surely one workman   in   a  dozen,   or
fifty, or a hundred of those   employed
at Sudbury,   who   had   heard   of   the
Eight-Hour law and thc disturbed relations created by it. and nothing was
more natural than that one should inform the  others.     It   is   necessary   to
take complete  leave  of  our  common
sense before wc can believe that these
men were brought into the district  in
ignorance of what hail taken plan-, or
that any other body of men could have
been brought in from any   other   part
of   the    Dominion     without     having
knowledge of it.
In these (lavs of newspapers and of
alert and intelligent readers among
all classes, it is Impossible that a
strike can occur without the knowledge of it becoming common property
at once. As a matter of fact it docs
become known, as any mail in his
senses can testify, Thero can. therefore, lie no necessity for the legislation proposed by Mr. Smith Curtis,
who is nothing more than a weak
Imitation of Mr. Martin, although
without his manliness, and who has
Introduced his Hill with no other object than to keep the working classes
in a ferment of excitement and agitation, lie desires.if he can. to provoke
In this Province a general conflict between capital and labor, in the hope
that demagogues like himself will be
thrown to the surface in the confusion. The Hill is mischievous in design, and no one should be more interested in having it suppressed than
the miners of Kootenay. Uf course
nothing will come of it, for the present    Qovernment    ami   Legislature
Could   not   suffer    it to pass;   but Mr.
t'urtis's mischievous purpose is achieved by Introducing it.
rii,. temper of tbeBrltle* Ministers it
loubtlcsl shared by tlm utlicr Power*
us is also 1 lie suspicion that the Chinese authorities are  ns deep  in the
mini as the Hoxers arc in the mire.
There has been no formal declaration,
inn- have Ihe usual preliminaries in
BUch cases been arranged, hut wai-
is virtually on. Where or how it will
mnl the wisest would hardly venture
to say.     In all   probability   the   joint
expcdtll f the  Powers   will   be   a
punitive one only, That they cau Inflict exemplary punishment for Chinese cruelty and treachery is beyond
ii.,ulil ; thai they i-an despoil the Empire of territory, if so minded,is probable : bul lhat they could utterly
smash a country of four hundred millions, without a much too appalling
expenditure of blood and money, is
not so sure. The Chinese will be
soundly birched and fined, and then
Hie Towers will withdraw, leaving
Hie situation pretty much as it was
before the present disturbances.
Economy Is Wealth
You  cannot   make   money  easier   tliail
by   saving   it   on    FOOTWEAR.
We fit yonr  feet and yonr pocketbook
also.    You can  only judge the value of
our low prices when you see the splendid
footwear we give you.
Call today  and   economize.
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Vi/vwwwiv
LILL1E BROS.
GEEAT NORTHERN
RAILWAY.
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The Revelstoke Gun Club are to
have a shooting tournament, a programme of which the committee In
charge have been good enough to supply The Miller. Thc conditions of one
ofthe events are���gun under the armpit: right-handed man to shoot from
left shoulder: left-handed .nan to
shoot from right shoulder. A bit of
tomfoolery now and then will do the
best of us good, but it sceins a trifle
oul of place in connection with trap-
shooting. Wc can understand cricketers fielding with their left hands and
batting with broomsticks, but shooting is quite another thing. Thc expert with the fowling piece may be a
duller with the rifle, but as a rule the
man who is proficient with the one
is fairly expert with the other. Somehow we have got it into our heads
that the entire male population of the
country should make themselves handy
with the rifle, and trap-shooting is an
excellent preparation for this. It
seems, therefore, like making sport of
a very serious affair to turn any practice with the gun into n farce.
We Have Sold 75 Per Cent of All the
Portland Cement
Fire Brick, Fire Clay
and Sewer Pipe
Used In the Kootenay
Just Received���Carload
Dominion  Ale  and  Porter
(in pints and quarts)
Dominion  White   Label  Ai.e
(pints and quarts)
This is the finest Ale brewed in t'anai'*.
Dominion  Bulk   Ai.e
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SOLID VESTIBULE! TRAINS.
PALAOE IINING AND 0-SEXVATION
OAfiS.-MEALSalaOAETE.
HUDSON'S BAV
COMPANY.
Teacher's  Scotch   Whisky
i*��  ID-gallon  kegs)
Is still the best
H. J. EVANS & CO.       I
NELSON,  B. *'. |fc
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bound at Spokane with trains of tho
trains oil he Spokane Foils and Northern Railway,
Direct connection at St. Paul Without change of depol with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto, Montreal, New \ ork
aud Etflpoints Wisl and South.
Leavos Spokane daily for Kast at 10:15 a.m
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at 7:15 p.m,
West-hound trains make diced   con
neotlon for Victotin and Vancouver,
Portland, Snn Francisco, and nil points
on the Sound. ,
During the season of navigation Etisl
bound trains-conned al Dulnth with
tbomagnlftcent steamships North West
and Noith-l-ind oft heXoi-t In rn Steamship Company Line, operated In connection with "the Ureal Northern Railway,
For further Information, maps, folders, etc., apply lo any agent of Spokane
Falls & Northern Hy., Kaslo St Slocan
Ky., Kootei oi Railway & Navigation
Co., or to
F. I. WHITNEY.   11. A. JAOKSON,
Uenl, Pass, i- Tkl. Agt.    Com'i 1 Agt.
St. Paul, Min       Spokane. Wash
Her Majesty's Ministers  arc   In   a
temper. They make her say in her
prorogation address that the utmost
efforts will be made to punish the
authors of the Puking atrocities,
These arc not idle won!-,: mere sound,
signifying nothing, Ministers aro
positively angry, and China is to be
insde to smart for what Is taking placo,
Encyclopedia
Britannica
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$1.00 with order, balance in
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P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, ��*. C.
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Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Orders by mall to any branch will have careful a*4 nromnt attention.
LUijuber.
HAMMOCKS
PRICES $1.25 TO $4.00.
CALL  AND   SEE   THEM.
Lawrence Hardware 60.
Nelson,   B. C.
Jj^This   offer   good
short   time  only.
for
Canada mm &
BOOK CO.
If You Smoke
Smoke   thc
Royal Seal
and
Kootenay Belle.
UNION  MADE.
KOOTENAY CIGAR MFG. CO
NELSON, It. 0.
BOARD  AND  ROOMS.
.MltS. 11KII.I.Y, who  lias  taken over
the    houae  cm   Ward   Street  just
above t lie Post Offloe, will Rive board
niul moms.   Several choice rooms -till
UOOecltpted,   Terms tvasoniihl,,.
E. J. SCOVIU-
MIUN C   llltOliEK,       _OTAK�� IM KIM.
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OUR NEW STAND
(THE OLD BURNS SHOP)
Next to Nelson Hotel, where wc hope to see  all  our
OLD customers and many NJ.W ones.
Give us a call.
KIRKPATRICK   & WILSON.
Telephone 10. P 0 Box, K antl W
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Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand of
Rough aud Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles.
Mouldings. Sash Doors,
Inside Finish.
Ooast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
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Oorner Baker and Stanley Streets,
NELSON, B. C.
Mill at PILOT HAY   Yards. NELSON
und LAItHO,
HEAD OFFICE:   NELSON.
j. a. Iaywahd.
NOTICE OF HEETINQ.
THE    WM.   HAMILTON   HANUFACTURINQ
LIMITED.
MINING MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH.  ONTARIO.
CANADA.
CO.
MISCELLANEOUS
Advcr_nomoii_i Innorl.il unilcr I IHh head at.
the ruin of ono cont. a word pur Insertion.   No
in 11 i-i 11..nil,-ii i Uikon for lorn limn 25 conls.
REISTERER & CO.
Brewers ot Pine Lager
Beer and I'in tec.
SITUATION WAATED   At once, liy
an experienced  wninan (Mink.   I 'ii-
vate family or boarding honse.   Ad-lDHOI* IN AND SEE U.S.
ill-UHH "()," Miner office,
POR SALE���A tic, at -Britain- Hmur
and  Int  down   town,  recti il   for  820
pec inontli.   Price 1800 ca h if takep at
once.   "House." Miner oflice.
MRS.  HAI.'ION - I lies .unking.    In
Madden   lilock,  Nclsnn,   in   ���|1   the
latest styles.
TO   LKT���Honie to  let
lake;  stove,  and   partly
lane;  srove,  anil  partly   fiirni
Apply 0. Newling, Baker Street.
acrnsH   the
furnished,
NelsoD, 13. C.
CALL ON  THE
NELSON WINE CO.
mnl Iry n bot.Uo, n iIozimi, or _ linrrcl of
CALGARY BEER ih ll Is tlm i���-, und
ohoapest on ihe nmrkiit. AIho Iry our
WINES,    LIQUORS,    nnd     CIGARS.
FRANK   ., TAMBLYN, Ma.-..-.
Tclophono 03. Baker St., Nolson, ll. C.
The  Highland  Mining Company,   of
liritisli Columbia, Limited.
In pursuance of n requisition in
writing of Shareholders of the Company holding in the aggregate live-
eights (:,-*) of thc whole number of
shares of said Company issued, the Directors of Tlie Highland
Mining Conipany of British Columbia,
Limited, hereby convene and call an
extraordinary general meeting of the
shareholders ofealil Company, to be
held at the ollice ofthe Company at
Ainsworth, liritisli Columbia,on Monday the 30th day of August, A. V).
l'.KKi. at the hour of 8 o'clock p.m.
Business: To approve n resolution
ofthe Directors of the Company to
dispose of the assets, rights, powers,
privileges, and franchise of lie snid
Company,
To authorize the execution of all
necessary documents to carry out Raid
transfer,
Dated at Ainsworth, 11. C, tliis ith
day of August.  100(1.
By Order of the Board of  Directors
T. ,1. LENDRI M.
Secretary,
NOTICE OF MEETING.
I,im
The Josephine Mining Company
itcd. (foreign),
A Speoial Meeting of the Josephine
Mining Company (foreign) will bo
held at the offloosof the Company, ai the
Law Offices of Macd Id &   Johnson,
Haker Street. Nelson, liritish Columbia, on Monday the 30th day of August. A. I). 1(1110, at the hour ,,f fl
o'clock in the forenoon.
Business: To authorize tho sale of
the '-Josephine" mineral claim to
Ernest It. Woakes,
To authorize the execution of nil
necessary documents to carry out snid
sale.
Dated at Nelson. 15. (
August, A. D. 1 linn.
HARRY N. CARTER,
Secretary,
this   ith
HOTEL ROSSLAND
VERNON ST., NELSON.
RATES
By the week from $5 to 86,
By the day *i.oo.
J. V. 07,ATJGHLIN1Jrnn.
A. R. BARROW, a. m.i oe
Provincial Land Surveyor.
Corner Viotoria and Kootenay Sts.
P.O. Box 659. Telephone No. 0.
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Great West
Li Assurance Co.
HONEY TO LOAN
At 8 Per Cent.
Ill'l
H.R.Cameron
Baker Street.
C.W.WEST&CO.
Coal and  Wood.
Agents Imperial Oil Oo. Ltd.
Crow's   Nest   Coal,   $6.15
Anthracite,    -    -    $9.65
IM-l 1 \ I- K 111.
No onlcc  can he accepted  unless
accompanied hy cash.
Ollice Corner Hall nnd Baker Streets.
TDJDPHONl 88.
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.
GEO. GU11D
Honiii 1, Tnrunr-Hoeokh Block.
KEAL ESTATE AND MINING AGENT
Houses and Building Lots in All Parts
of tho Oity.
WANTED-Good building lots down
town for client. Also land adjoining
city for gardening?.
SILVER KING M1KK
Will pay tlm highest ensh price for ill
kinds of second hand Roods. Will liny
nr soil anything from an anchor to ��
needle. Furniture, stnves, oaiports,
conking utensils, bonght In household
quantities. Also oast off clotbln/.
Oall and see me or write. Addrrw
Silver King Mike, Box 200. Hill
Street, Nelson, B. 0. ,.A- ���
Nelson  Daily  Miner,  Thursday   Evening,   August 9,  1900
KASLO NEWS.
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city oiorkshiu Vacant.-oro Shipments for ths
Wosk.-Niiw Minimi Recorder,
Kaslo, Aug. 8-   Al   the  meeting of
the City Council   Monday,    City   Clerk
Chipman asked tho   Alderman   to  accept his resignation at once as lie had
been appointed Mining   Recorder   for
the Ainsworth division.    Three applications were pill in   for   tho    position
which Mr. Ohipmnn doslrod to  vacate  W/Un|pciile    A (rents.'
and the Council decided to lake  forth- , W ".Oieisdie     AgC-l l& .
er time to consider Iheiii so Mr. Chip-
man was granted a  leave  of   absence
for a week and Ihe  applications    wen-
laid over till  next   Monday.       By thill
time it is expected that there will bo
a large number of applications In,
The name of D. C. MaoUregor Is much
mentioned in connection witli the position but it is not definitely known
whether he is a candidate or not. Tlie
three applications already in are from
.1. llislop, formerly principal of th"
public school here. Harold Sands.edit-
of thc Kooteni.-iii, and C. liounar,
bookkeeper for lliedcl ec Kcusler.
The week which closed yesterday
Haw about 800 tons of ore shipped over
the Kaslo and Slocan railway, which
iH certainly promising for the rest of
tlie month. Over 1000 tons came over
tbe line In duly and it is expected
that August will he a bigger exporting month than thc one just passed.
Tlie chief mine shipping to Kaslo is
the Whitewater which sent to the
sampler here during the week :.'()ll out
of the 800 ions total. Tho Payne
Mine forwarded ,."> tons to San Francisco while the Rambler-Cariboo railed
to Everett 31 tons. The Lost .Mountain Mines intend to ship ore in a few-
days down the Duncan lllver from its
Lardo Mine, tlie Giant, adjoining Unwell known Levinah which isalready
on the shipping list.
layersNavyCut
All Tobacconists Keep It.
Turner Beeton& Co.
Nelson, B. C.
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PACIFIC
Lines West of Lake Superior.
"Imperial
Limited"
Service.
Departure   and    Arrival   Time   ot
Trains and Steamers,
Depart from                            Arrive  nt
Nelsou                                  Nulson
Steamer    arrives   nt  Nelson
from the east, Clow's  Nest
branch    nud  Intermediate
points 2,,1(i
7.lo Train leaves Nelson for Hops-
land nnd ltitcrmt-lintn
points, and via Hohson for
north, Kevelstoke,!he main
line und Paoiflo coast points.
7.110 Train leaven Nelson for Sandon and Intermediate points
and via Slocan Lake route
for north, Hevelstoko, the
main line und Pacilio count
points.
Train nrrives nt Nelson from
Rosalaui!  aud intermedinte
points 10.35
Stenmer arrives at Nelnon
from Knslo and intermediate points 11.00
15.30 Trains lenves Nelson for
Ronslnud, Greenwood nnd
intermediate points.
10.00 Steamer   leaves   Nelson   for
Knslo and way points.
Train arrives at Nelson from
lioH-lnud   and    Greenwood
and   intermediate  points,
and from Kevelstoke, the
main line, nnd Pacifio coast
points 18.45
Train arrives In Nolson from
sandon   and  Intermediate
points,and from Kevelstoke,
thu main line and thu Pacifio coast points 111.80
32.30 Steamer leaves Nelson for
Crows Nest branoh and all
points east.
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Moll wilh ny.it. N. train lo and from _po-
kane nt Five Mile I'nlnt.
LARDO-DtJNl AN   DIVISION.
wtoaiiiei- Argiinla loavos Knslo Tuesdavs and
l-rnlaysnl (lii.m. f,���. ,|���. |10|Mj ���, navigation oil
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Big Schooner
Beer or Half-ami-Half only
10c
ALWAYS yR__.II AND COOL.
The only Rood Beer i . Nelson.
Cor. Stanley and Silica Streots.
ED CURRAN, Prop
KOOTEJU AYCOFFEE CO
Our Fresh Roasted Coffee Best of
Quality, as follows :
Java and Arabian Mocha, per pound *   ��j
Java and Moclia lllond, .'I pounds  1 oo
Kino Santos, . pounds  J ��.
Haiitos lllond, 6 pounds.....  ! ���.
Our  BpenlalBlend, (i pounds  { ffl
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And G.��.n��L A...T.
Rr��_ .  Loan. M*d.
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Haker Street, Nelson. B. C.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
Corporation.
HKAD   OFFICE   TORONTO,    ONT.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
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Nelson,
Atlantic S. S. Lines
Prom Montroal
Dominion Line apply agt for str namo Aug 18
llnminion Line Dominion Aug 85
Allan Linu Corinthian Aug is
Allan Line I'arislan  Aug-.'.,
Hoaver Lin,-Lake Mogantlo     Aug I,
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White Star Line Cymric Aug 21
White Slar Line (lennanic  Aug '.'-'
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American Line St.   Louis Aug lilted  Star Line Noiu-dliiiid Aug il
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Anchor   Line   Klldnpln AilgL1.,
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N. U. L. LlncTravo  , Aug   S
N (1. L. L. Kalserln Maria Tliercia.-Aiig-.l
Allun State Lir.�� Ijiurentlon....... ���.. Aug is
From Huston, Muss
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I'assuges arranged to and from all European
points. For rates, llckc.s and full Informal Inn
apply lo C. P. R. dopot agent or W. .. Andor-
son, City I'assen^cr ^Nelgn^B. O.
General Airent. O.P.B. (Hllees, Winnipeg.
OSLER &  M'DOUQALL,
Mining and Eeal Estate Agents,
Houses and Lots on Reasonable Terms,
gee Our Lists.
Ollice, Victoria tltrect. Opposite
Phair Hotel.
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15  CENTS
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1
Krom Boa toSoa; Vol. 11
n.
S'ulUy & Co.
CUT  THIS   OUT,   SIGN,   AND   FORWARD
Tin: Daily Minki., Nklson, ti.C:
PlftosQ send ino tlie works of Uudyimi Bllpllng (authorised odltlon>,
bound in cloth, OOmploU in Hi volumos. for which I nvroo to pay you
$16.00, I enclose $1,00 iih first payment, and will sonil you $l.n0 per
iiniin h hereafter until the full sum is pui'l. The hooks to romaio your
property until paid for in full.
Namk
THE
DAILY
MINER
NELSON, B. 0.
i-<^HfHfHfHf> -(|)-(|)'f)"f>'f)"f -f,
tttttttI
Spokane Falls A
Northern R'v.
Nelson  A
Fort
Sheppard R'v.
Red Mountain R'v.
The only .'ill rail route between
all points east, west and south to
Rossland, Nelson and intermediate
points; connecting al Spokane with
Great Northern, Northern Pacific,
and O. R. & N. Co.
Connects at Nelson v ith steamer
for 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 (ireenwood.
LE-VB. Day Train.        Aintivi:.
10.85 n.m Hiiiikime 7:111 p.m,
12:115 p. ni IIiihkIiuhI f>:H0 p.m.
9:80 a, m Nelson 8:00 p.m.
Night Train.
9:45 p.m Hpnkiui. 7:05 a.mi
II :00 p.m Rossland 6:80 n.m.
II. A. JACKSON, G. P. &T.A.
Spokane  WohIi
H. K. TAOKABURY,
Agont, Nelson, H.t;
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
ALL   KINDS   OK
Fresh   and    Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE  AND RETAIL
Fish and Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manager.
Baker Street, Nklson.
Orders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
ST. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL
Nkijion It. Oi
A Itoarilliii? nnil liny Bohool coiiilni-li-il to
tho -l-tan of Hi, JoNiipn of I'cnco. Itlsnilii-
ul,-lint tliuiiiirnnrof Mill uml .Ii��h,:|,IiIiii, Mtn-i-lh,
In iimi of tho best to-ili-iiiinl i���,n  i.r Nolson, uml Is en .ly aooondblo from all parts
ofthooltjr,
Thoi'oiiimoot Ktiniy inolndos tbefnnAunon
till uml lilKliiir bnuiohos of _ 11, ,:I, KiikIIi-Ii
riliii-ulImi.     Hii-.ini- H    ooiirHii���Ilookkm-iiliiK.
..tciiiiirniphy nnil TrpowTitlng,   Hcli-iu-i- oonno
.MuilO, Vocnl  nnd   IiihIru Hint;  Drawing,
,1,-.   I'liiln nnil Art Nootlluwork; CnllKtlimili-A
,-n-.
Kor UirniH nn-i nnrtl-iilnrH applj
MuitiiHor.
Merchants' Bank of Halifax
Incorporated isoy.
(apllnl ralil-np,     .    .     .     $l,Mi,M0.00      It, >l mi.timi.ihhi.a
Hour,i ���r Dlroeloni  Thoniu K. Konnjr,  i'n- .iirnt-.  Thomas Itiicliin, Vico-ProHidont
Will,} Hiultll.  II. ti. IIiiiiIiI,  Hon. II. II. Klllli-l, M.I.C., lion. I'ltvlil MioKii-n.
Dead Office, Halifax i
Oom-rnl MiiiiiiKi-r, l".il-uii I.. Pease, Montreal,
Baperlnlenden. of Umnohee, ami Bocretair, W. ll. Torrance, Halifax.
Innpootor, W, K. 11 r< >< - k, llnllfm.
Iiihprrior li. .M. Stewart, Montreal.
Braneliei t
5lova Krnlla lliillfui Branoh, Anliu'iuiMi. HriilKni-iiIrr,UuVHltoro. I^indonilnrr)-. LtiiiiinlnirK
Maltland IHanU Co.1, I'loUiu, Porl llawkMburjr, Bjranoi Bhabonaoadlo, Truro Wi-ymotii-
.\i-�� llruii .Mirk lliilliurM. linn In ���-li-r. Kriiliiirnui, Kim ��� -,���, tKi'M t!o.l, Moncton, New-
oattlejlaokvule, Woodiitock. l*.B.tiland Che lolti-toMu, smnnii-i-iilo. flurhrr- Montrnal
icity Dfllao), Montroal, W,-i Knd (Cor, Norn- Dame und .���.���iKnciin.xti-u-t*); Wtwiinount (Cor.
(iri-iuio Avonuo and si. riiiluiiim- BtreoU oiilarlo Ottawa. %, ,, i.,,,,,,iinu,i si John'a
I'ulin, Waal Inillra   Havana, Hailed aiuli-n   Ni�� York IIH KnliaiiKo I'lnco) Itcpuhll,- Wash
BBAMOBES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA,
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Vancouver, Vancouver East End, Victoria.
CorrcpniHh-iitN -.
I'annila-Men-hunt- Tlank of Cnnadii.   Boelaa   Nutiunul sliuwinul Hunk.   Chicago���Amerlaa
National   Hank.   Kan   PreflelRfO   Kir.   Nutiunul   Hunk.    I,,���<l���i,, l;nR.    ilunk of   -i-olluml
���'aria, Fraaee   Orodit l.yonnui.   It. r In   Hunk of Bar da.   Ihlna aaa Japan   llonii
Kong und StiuiiKliiii HiiukiliK t'oi'l'oriilirni.
(lenefal BanklnK Itualneaa Tran.aacted; Sterllnfc Bills of Exchange  Boucht
and Sold, Letters of  Credit, lite, Negotiated.
Account h received on tbe moil favorable ti'iniH.    lui,-1,- -i uiinwi.l on Bpeclal
ili-pu. its anil on Saving llnnk mri,iinl.H.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
Nelson Bmjloyiil Apncy
WANTED.
Wnilii-sHCH.    I'link.
siiimtiniiH wonted by  mlnen, ear-
p mIitn, laliorciH, eto.
J. II, LOVE, Agt., Baker St.
...STORAGE ...
Storage space to rent; good, clean and cool; at reasonable
rates.    Apply to
IMelson Electric Tramway CO., Ltd,
Room 9, Macdonald Block,
< I
Nelson  Daily Min-kk, T-OMMi Evran..,  Aem-st 9, .quo.
WE
NFLSON    DAILY   TOINBR,    IHt""""1    ' - =
���t^F^wpinoDARTERS^FOR   BARGAINS
ARE    HEADyUAm tno    r , , essihao^, __
Every day we have Mine line to offer you at bargain prices.    We have been malting every cum i n_ v.v��. -  .
succeeded in disposing of many hundred dollar-' worth.    But there are still some left, and until the last article is gone the bargains will continue :
GINGHAMS   AND   MUSLINS
Regular 15c Gingham, two pieces, to go at, per yard	
Regular 1 Sc Gingham, two pieces, to go at, per yard	
Regular 2 .c Ginghams, four pieces, to go  at, per yard	
While  Tucked   Muslin, 4_ inches wide;   regular price 20c;   to  go at	
White  Tucked   Muslin, one yard wide;   regular price v,5c;   to  go at	
SUMMER   SKIRTINGS
One piece of Linen Skirting;   regular 20c per yard;   now	
One  piece   Linen Skirting;   regular 25c;    now	
One piece White  Duck Skirting;   regular 25c;   now	
LADIES'    WRAPPERS���Two dozen Sample Wrappers to go at half price.
Regular $ 1.50 Wrapper, now	
Regular S_ Wrapper, now	
Regular $3 Wrapper, now	
Ail   Goods   Quoted   Above  are   This  Summer's   Coods,   New   and   Up-to-Date.
O'REILLY   &    '
lOc
15c
20c
12l-2c
25c
12l-2c
15c
12l-2c
75c
St.OO
1.50
MARTIN
CO.'Y.
LOCAL AND   PERSONAL
Beaver Line Steamer. Lake Superior.
aailed from Liverpool 4 p. in.. August "
Dominion   Line   Steamer,   I am
uiau.    passed    Klnsale   s;   10   a.    lu..
August S.
Dr. Hall ami Dr. Roie have been
appointed physicians lo the stall v'
tlu- Hull Mine Smelter.
The meeting oi the Hoard ,-f Trade
did not materialise '.;i-: evening a>
there was not a quorum pre.-, ut
J.   W.   Ktmbell  of  Winnipeg,   ��c- .
countant ol thc   constrnctli
ment o( the Canadian   Pacific,       .������-
for the cast ton .
Mr. 1>. M. Carley, publisher   i I
Economist,   accompanied by hi? wife.
left   for  Victor:.,   yesterday,    whew
they will remain for two weeks.
The foot ball   same   which   was   '
have been played between ���
second team of the local elub,    ;.'.   the
recreation grounds   this   evening  has
been postponed.
There will be a game of baseball
Sunday atteruoon between the Kelson
nine and the Northport team.    _s the
Northport team is cot I   good
ms-iT,.   ��� _
Thc Kelson   Bifle   Ass
shortly hold a meeting
a rifle match now In     item
which marksmen .-���     _
points in the Kootenai
to participate.]
The ���__������ Ung of t
va'iiT-   t*M i  to  I
place ton; now tn as
in yesterday's Miner, wi
the Board    f Trade i
Ka__
- Bros recent
ph.-.  .
ltote'.   11-_-.., wh        - .:  -
for   a.ivi  ��� -    _
���pies .
ere,, t npon 1 .
a pvxvi a-.
The I
recv
the   pas:   week
Are." 1 y V.   H    ��� sl
Baglaad   - . W. li
Fltcbett:  "In l
[IaroldFrederick; "1
by   Merrtman       Si
Hut Boothhy.
Mr.   Geo.    K;.
Merchant!
arr ���;-. I .   -      '
ha-  heen  ��,-. -...
Ki,id'��  al tew e,    a - Van-
eoaver  -,,
hit   brie?   sta\
has   mac.,
ref rvi hit
k. i been grant
ernment to the
ing itii'.��.
lake aud   '      -
property I
ev.e- - ��� ���
*nt m-.ll and Inclvdil
now ,   ,,.-.
braced by tbe  tit _���  i
acre.
wa* eadora
P.*..'. of  I
��� " ���
tMettaj     c
hare goo* ont        I   strike   I
wapes.    The Oaoadia
wa�� baviai
-
The crvn left Ii Sal
a | -, i _ Sa I
Thev wori
then   thinkiUi-   the   �� ..   .
tl     |    - ��� ���  ���
���    --
| ���   ���  ��� .   -    ���
no farther *
left   lta'foiir  .   -
n-.tr-.T ��:- '.    -
MM '    ���
to '���'���.   -        ���
Ian.
"   s         'id. wife of Captain J. R. AT THE HOTELS.
will   arrive   iu   Kelson this Hume���John A. Mackenzie,   Winn:
.    from   R;u    Portage.   Ont., peg; H. L. Putman. Montreal; t.Wil
she has been spending several leu, Hererbill; B.  Laurence,   Toron
Mr,   tilfford came down from to; 6. C. Hinton,   Vancouver;   N.   S
this morning to meet her on paui am\ wife< c, .nr d" Alone: D.   II.
ival. Shea.   Revelstoke;   E.   S.   Detlalyer,
A.   II. Clement and Robert Roisterer Boston; S. Kiritpa trick, Winn::,-.
bave just purchased the Ueneral   Po- Phair���Mrs.  K.   Nelson    Fell,    Miss
���  ,,',   which   is   situated  on Van Agnew, Athabasca Mine;   J.   Q.
Toad Mountain.    The deal  was   made Sullivan, Trail: R. A. Fori.-.    Ross-
_, 11. Kelly.    They expect to land: W. F. Povah, Dawson,   Yukon;
- and their   other  properties K. G. Miller. Kamloops:   R. F.   Fish-
to a German   syndicate   in   the   near  burn,Enterprise; Frank Darling.Vancouver; .. s. Stuart. Chicago.
records  for todav   arc: ~
[_xation_    Annie on   Toad   Mountain      Spnng chicken and all tbe *���.!���-_���:.-
of ihe season served to yon   vrr.-n  yi n
,. M. tV.'.lns-.on Napoleon.^ ^���^^   miny Ve�� hr.J  ui-de 1 Htl.^AA .mi.   ,
inker Hill, to N. Gognon; on j. t* ]jfe a butdeu.    Att other remedies uo Hi anAe C|     / T    t   a. mi.inai.i-  m
toJ   C   Porter.     Transfers:   from j-c,ors lVU|,l _ive her no Iflp.  1 ut   sLei   yy   UUC3J -P J * * "^ I tJ ���   r'ruii-. . . cream,   '��������� "���
,,-MeV.'..: to W   K. Kradcn. three- .ays ol this Royal cnre-"it soon remov-|                    ��            * a.-...  m                    .     I- ��������� ' -
"������Ulu          .    '             ,    ���   y.,:, ed the rain in mv   chest aud 1 c;,u  D;W|                         v .                            ���
larter interest in Diamond on   Ymir tT___L._!..lv. sometime I can Mareel]    'Roard _B5��00         ,iKUN'  ,,AY  ASD ' E
" -     \::nie uu   _v-,��    ^.
ot me seasqii sei.eu  NJ��,    ......   .
re;   l.un-er   Bill,   on   vi,it Florence Park Hmel at   Roberts
Stewart Creek  by L. R.   Vandebogart  Ranch, two and   a lialf miles  r,p  tte
UeUberg;    Tenderloin,    on   v.'  river.    W. V. Roberts, proptietor.
Creek by Thomas Powell.    Certificates 	
of    Work:   on   Victoria,     to     Frank A THODSAKD   TONGUES
her . , n Junction, to A. C.   Liud:  _,CoallJ not express the rapture 11 Annie
i  ^.   .i       _�� .    E. spnnger. of Hi, HowaM St..  Phila-
Snni.se. to .laoob M.erle: on Porto a_^_. J,. vh__ .h. fo_od ^ ,,.
. .-.o.l.l. r.,K-t>: on Franax. to King's New Discovery for I'.msumptioii
M-.-s. M. Collins;on Kapoleon,Cuaile, hai completely cire^i her ot a hi
Bunker Hill, to N. Gognon; on J. C congbthst (or many years tad made
_
Dan
ter interest in Diamond on    imir   m i_ p��._ ._ _,. .
tain tor a nominal consideration,   sleeptonndly,. .methiug 1 cau scarcely;
remember   doing    latere.    1    feel like|
n A. McKenzie of Winnipeg, in-   sounding its praise throughout tlie nni-!
' r the Canadian Pacific   who   verse."   So will everyone who tries Dr.
-    - i re   in   connection with   Ki-g's New'^soovery for Buy trouble o
,   . the throat. che.t or lnrc>.    Price ���      -
sea of the company, ar-  iua Sl    Trial  boiUas bee   at Canrda
i  N   - a this morning.   In  re-   Drug and Book Store; every bottle gnu
strike    :' the employees of   ap*eed
(    !'. R. at Winnipeg he said.     A   	
5 iv ss to   h��ve_.been   held   last        t
i a  lelegation from the
������   --    meet v-r.   White,   super-
I -'.'. the lines west of Fort
ml li   Is   about   over
. .   ... sav.s_*d   that   a   settlement
ed   a-,   the   meeting.      The
n :._s .-,-'_,: for higher wages, and
it  a.,s not ki'.own ;'u>t what the term*
- I be     It is un-
- mpany   will   meet
���-���ay. "
Wholesale  Houses
NELSON, B. C.
AERATED AND MINERAL WATERS
	
THOHPE Je CO. l.iiuiuM   Corner  Vernon
ami .'.-<lar ^treeU. Nolrioti���Mannfaciur-
er- rf ami wholesale dealers In neratod WAtorx
and fruit orrupe.   BoU Uitlcyou Uot
Bprings Euuittiul water.   Telephone 60.
-VT ELSON   tODA    W.MKU    KA" 'l����l:Y
o_N    N. M Cuiuuiln*, Liiao.    Kver) known
r��riety ol -of: drink*.   I" ��> Box ^   Teli;
No. 'SL Hoover (Wr. c4  Nelaon.   bottk'n   I
fjtnoii!> tSU t.i-on Uot Springs Mineral W��ter.
SMOKE
THE   CELEBRATED
CIGARS
For Tracklayirjg
atyA   Pallas.ing
at  Procter.
KOOTKNAY CIGAIt MAN UK At 1 UUING
00.���Miuiut.,, Hirer- of thi Itojul Seal
ai���i Kootenaj tt.1.1 1 .-..:-. Kaclorj and
ortlce, baker street. Nelaon.
COMMISSION MER( HANTS
BRIAR  PIPES.
HJ. KVANd fc CO.���Bakor Street, N'ci
���   ��0o���Wlntli - In Uqoora, d-
nans cement, Hie brick and fire day, water
pipe and ��teel ran-, ami goaeral couttoia^ioii
niervlian.-.
FRUITS AND COXFEt TIOKEUY
Block. N.
:. cbOl
..tiii   Tailor.-.
URAIX,  HAV  ASD I BREALS
Lm:a< kvaskki; U1LUNG I "-. i
>     \N tiO t - _ .
:i..). Sow. food,   .V . .. V a H --:
nni.-ur; KcUDefltOtti A.        r..-
t_xy ami Umuulon Kaiiway,    JtWi'ul.i-. iurer-
ui the tt-iebraus. ti, fc K.. brand ei I
Apply
1^. H. McCoy,
Procler, p.C.
LODGE MEKT1NGS.
GEO EK1ES
A    MACDONALD   .\ Kront
.   arid   Hal]   _;n,        ������       -->'    ^:u,.:-
al���t ;o_U  -        :.*���'-  -.,.-. mil
rui.u . . mekiaawa .,1.,; -..:.,.- -,:
ARl HITECTS
He who has
lost his sight
best knows its value.
&
NKl.-rON LODOB,   No. 3. A. T. A A
M. iiie-I. seeoiul Wi-.lnt-?<lfty  in eaeh
inontli.   Visiting breihern weU-oiue.
CASK A MACDONALD IB
A. MaodoaaMh-Ai
lendeni^. broken UU] Blook. curner liakei and
W&rrt Mreel.-. .Sel-un.
LUMBER
ire:. �� Bazaar   in   aid   0-|-_       .      . ���     , ,    . i    -"���"-    at   their    .all.  Kooienay am
-us.      - ���- ** Hundreds suner loss of sight. ^r_.i5_ ..-e.^r^'ffi-.^: v,
1   (Fi   lat   aft-moon, I _. . .   ,     . FmdJ.aqnira. Por.Bee
-   .. Iim-li'   iTt^>nti..n   micrlil- h-IVf��   ~Z7~. 7. ~~_���.. ���. .������         '
XTKLSON SAW ami  ll.AMM, I
 ^     o/^     Urtice  conier   Hall  ai���l   r -,.!.;   -
I. 0. O.  Y.     Kootenay Lodge I aolaoo���Lomhor.oeil'mt, Aootiag, and ,\,ry
I Na in meet, every Monday nigh..   liru.^   c��rPtspo_d,
at   their   Mall.   Kootenay  (ifeet
.;  .    r^^TS: Timely attention might have
A. Ma -   ��� -. lence,   eoroei
. irbon.:      Street
- _,>nate_   I       Mi
Dover,    Fred    Irvine   *   Co.
.- 1   . Drag a- '.'��� - _
. . H. llrcwn for the b_ti
-- . ��� .    '.   tine a   elodi
I   .ereels  on  Uuret
:     Um   numb��_  e'.   ;.������._'.-
\ -^.ntheuua   aa,:     the
I BM     '.:.      Tbe
baaaar   ��� pen  troa   ;      to 1
.��y    lieed    e'   -  ���   _
-.-_r   Itlendanoa        Uinationa   have
'      . .'   J   Wa'.ker.   In
ll e a?air  w ;.. :e he'.,: :_
I        '    ���    :.   : ���   r.    nl   s-..    Saviour's
prevented it
Examination free.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Patenaude Bros
Wttolunikan- Jewelers and Opt.cians,
NELSON'   B.'C.
Kelaon Bnoarnpraenl No. 7. Mwt.- every Ind
and 41ti Kriday of each month, in Odd Kello\v.
Hall, comer Baker nnd Kootetny BtrOOtJ*,
Nclrton. A. H. Clflmanta, a P.; H. MeArihn;
R.8.   Vtatting broUiow always ureloami
FHESH AND SALT MKA i >
%T
A
PBVRNS & Co.-BaJ
���   Wholesale ,u.,:i:'- in ttv.li and cun_l
li,e��l. .    t'old ?.oratfe.
\\'K.-T    KlUlTKNV-
... _.   . . ,   ��      Haker Slr.il. N,.- .,ie dcal-
NKLSON  l.tiluiK   No.   45. K. ofP  �����!��� Hash and ����rj
"X iniH-l- in K. of !'. hull. Oddfellow, block   ___=_____=______:
'K.v.rv   Tiie-dny  evening al  8 oclock   ,.,,,,.,, .,,,���   ..  mvivi:   ., i.|,i iu��
,:.A11 vi-i-ing kiiighi* cordially   invited   H A1.HW A l.h A   MIM ��� ; LIES)
K. J. Hkam-Y. C. C.
.1. A. PiqUKTTB. K.of It.and ..
ndS VTLaCHLAN hi:-    - ��� ;o Van-
 ���      _.'_.    couviT H..:.
���u in I'm   Nelaon   Whohaali
1250 Shares
-OF���
Athabasca
N___SON   I_ O. L. No.  liSS  meets in  Km    N<l.,n    tt !,���., ���..,
terni'-ylLillonfr-t and lliinl Kiiilay evening- . imning-u^mh-  fu..,..-.-   .   .       -���
of e.uh inonlhat SicliHk.   Vi-iling nienilx--.   PUea.  ________
_,r.h.,lly inviioJ.   K. lloblii��oii. W.M.:   Wm.    VKL-,,S   HARDWARK   Itl     \\
imwroro. tun. _ i_^   p��i,,,. . .    .  uu]��.
Nrl_:iiN'S   ul'KKN    No.   _. I   Agen:.-foi ontArij 1'...,   ���                    -.nine
SONS    OF     -NOLAN. >.    meet.-    r	
lir-t niul llilnl W'eduewiiay of
each month at . mierniiy hall,
corner of   Ilaker   and   Kootenay
LIQl ORS ANU DRV i,��ki1is
"BLUB KtBBOl TEA IS DELICIOUS.-
Mi-elinir-   ��lil   inun.ia.ii   iiiuuni.    rnt.e,,
hall. } A Irving C. U.   P. It Fleming. K-S.
For Sale at a Bargain.  nh..is akku n��� ���_. v. o. _.._��.���.-
every-;   ���* "'  ���-������-"���-J���' ���
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TOBAOOONI3T
linker St.
llirect liniHivliil ion
HAVANA   CIGARS
All the Leading Bran"
Tn NAPOLEON Chewing Tobacco.
ALEX. STEWART
Broker,
AKlllh   Na =i.  F.  U.   K.. ni��!'   	
and fourth Wt-dne^rtar- o# eacr.   / 1AUPORKIA WINK. O..Uo      I   Cornel
iting   memben*  cordially    invi;-   V.     Kroni atd  II. '���    -       Whole
HT. SccTflAry. 1 ��*ie dt*l��T>   in   '���id*--   km   and   l-ulki.   \i\.
>r.l*H'A    ARUir.    .^vv   ...    r.    v..    __.,   inc.,-
.very -ooond and fourth Wednesday* 0/ t*ch
m onth. Vi>tUng menjber- /v_m_��iw it. v .���
Charioi Proaaat, SccretAry
BUY IT.
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_,..,_.-re   TD.nc_.A_._c ' Wart and BOka BU      S       .: -   Holy Con.    copy
CAVEATS. TRADE MARKS, , neelgnta ���.: aadoe Ihe l�� andMSoadaj.
COPYRiCHTS AND DESICNS.; la Ihe mor.tfc alter . al II a.n_:
J ier.i joorbo��in.*��dir��.t loWnahlncton, J .unday School IX (k.m^Kv,- -..; .- ;>>. lM.lj
INVEWfiyE   AGE? ^   :>v ;;
��^"   ...^   . *. n_*-_r_fc l: �� .���* 5    �����    ,.-a._L    Kev.   I.
CHlhCH D1RB tH
JY. GPjrriN k ' 0-Comer Yernon and
.   JcM-fhii*   - - ������'. - Wliole-ale
The Min��r is oo sale at   the  fol- ���i'^f" to ������**>����. "��red meat.- butler and
lowing news stores at nve cents per  ���
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...   . i:me. eo.it lew, fc*u*r aervlce.    ]', MaUJaaalfLJI a. m. ,,nd S*in!
'   _. rft.-.tviw w r a Mn. .�����.-..   nni_<_i...' Day* Holy t'ommc- ��v__���
���x-_j*,:.}��j_y_kr_*_z*irr_* -ill-": ����� h.���_ am - ���
iT-iionuoa ^' !""',.l"r___; '"���   -' :!--   ���  * ���"���
">^M. ""^.iS^L-p8 _��S I     Caraou    mm Ward and Mill
,, rtn.'- >'..-.-        .���   - -      IM I a-rn
1 He-eA-.1e-.4C_1 al M ; ' ���                  ��� -r_ .:..\;
; it_7.Ua.la.   Kev.   V.���������-   ���-,-<! R��-?or
I_w   "_._������-_�� f. . r�� ���"
__   a   ��i��arnn Lii�� a! C ��. S������ 4 C��.}     rH_*aTn_uj_t i, Service* at Uaja.
..    G     .  GG. R\ 91B F St. N. W..J ud IJ    __. -          .1 U�� P m.
'L, Q. 0  Q3L.nO,wtSMiNGTO*. D  c { Praf-T nulling -.eal.Km;
i._______Jm , ������.��.��;����������w����wv��*vv4 ���-���.���>���..:- -every Tor*-
-.��-.��-.��*����.����*�������*. day  tre_ii_   ������ I ..-v. K. Fretr.
Co.'.Wr: IM .-.'.-y Veiaoa
Tho-.n-^n gtauoaan Co Ne*��oo
Cai_ida llmg ABook Co. Nfiwo
Hotel Hume New* S-.aod Nelwo
Hc-.e! I'hair Nc��. _ia_d N>Soa
1>   Campbell Ymir
C. Y. Nc-oo
J. V _*'.A_ey
R   A   I-
Slo,-an New. Co.
Thoot-or. l_-n_ Ya	
l.*_��- ;tl     -. gj-^o
IL A. Kin* fc Co.            GimtoI
GOOD   HUPK    MINKKAl.   CLAIM.
Blttutta in tbe Nelaon  Miuing invi'
sum ol West Kootenaj Dimriot Where
loo*ted: on Morning Mountain, adjoiti-
iug tlie Aluiiiini niiniTiil claim.
Takt. notlOO, that. 1. Robert Boon
I.mine, lis went for tbo Atlial��w"
(iolil Mine, Liniitwl, Free Minur I
reriiti.-nti. Nu. B 80414, inlaod f<n dttp
(rom the date hereof, to appl)' ��� '"".
Mining U.H-onler for a certificate '"
Improvement*, foi the pnrpoa* of on-
talnlng a frown Grant of tbe al'0*"
I'liiini.
Anil farther tnke notice that action,
uinler section  117 most   be  comine'icf"
 ���    hefore tne issoauce of siu-li   L'ertili'""'
���   ���        *_       ma       ^^ i _, >__      of IniproYi'inentf. ,   n
H.    8C    M.    BIRD     .gSr-   ,MS   >'1'""��rofJnneA.D.,
R. S. LKNMK.
AftBU ti-r Evrtkj   riteafa) Wool anJ
A*br_ lu*   Co.
V���      r run.   uu   iiaj. nun .-. .^Cii __     .. ,
I-ale dciaJ<T>  in   ^*; _\kh   *nd
docrteAic aod impc:
PROVISIONS,   PRO]    ��� h ft 1 l;l ITS
S> w Dearer
Ro*eberrr
Srooaa Cily
Bndearar s. teraiTvaea-        .    _��� .        .      _._   w~~._   .....    .i>i'.di���_   I_>��f
day etening a* ��� oc_x_        -.. R. Frew, and   News   Agents   on  boats  anc" '"   '-
Vt.--.t-. ira'.nc out of Nelson Ra__-h��_;
Mm mm    a ���   ���  Silioa   ��od lra>ns out oi neison
JomvMm8u����u    - -      ���-..���.-    ,-: ' _i
p. m.; s.i.������-:��� ' -.yerroeet- ^^_____________________________ \V.VNTKIi.
nUHilNAl, MINKKAL CLAIM
.minto in the Nelson   Mining   0m*
sion of West Kootenay district.   WDM*
tootled : on Mineral mooutain   ""J01"'
nil!   ihe   Arlington   Mine, near   br"-
B, 0, ���     i.
Tnke notice that I, 0. D. McKen^.
,. agent foi the H..stiii-S(Rritish Coliii"'
'   Property,   ,,in,   Kxplon.tion   .vn.icate, MnjJtdJJ.
��:rtc. Kree Miner's eertitlcate  No. B  3-11"'1
iiteiul. siviv dr.vs from the date   bete-
Real Estate,  lire  Insurance
r'rivate Funds to Loan.
FOB BALE.
i_S<�� Kr.'.v;  i"    _s   il a   l4>��vrh --
JOHN MeLATCHIE ^^; S.- '���c ���s
e'er -.-��-,���.-.��.-,      'i
nf   T    -.'. j ,. ��� ���      .   .    ��� _e H.   .
l'.l'.T����Jl!Hr--::.>   - - ���
mri���_J ��_)�� "����1.   ;.
s.i:v.nc�� A��_rt. I ���
. . .    0l_K_a_HT8     < r ��-_d   income producing properllee
f'ar_i��trt,i boaae   from  September
Pl'0U_;C'ia]>i��^ o_ri_SrVSc-^3LB-1r. G Civil Engineers and Provincial   Land   '  '- ������   ������ li 11, on
LaDO S'JTTeyOr. ""tutranoa Ajurr   .   ��� .rye. Survejora.
i*} NLL-ON   B L.    Aijai_a-._igroacr.Ki ;__.-��_ P.  0.  B0I W
Dominion and STt. '.   : ^    GREEN & CLEMENTS
��� I'.l'.I'.i-iior-.rr.-i   ���
.-eel-July wewoc
HlU'lHl.    S1V|.    OI-.VS   UOU1   V.��o  >.�����-' .
Of, to apply to  the   Mining   Beoaton
for n Oertifioate  of Improvement.-', "
the   pnrpoee   of   obtain ing   ��   Lrow
Crant of the stove claim. .
And further dike uotii-e that acin ' ���
nnder Motion BT, mnut be coratuence1'
before the issuance of  eoch Oertm"
X..-X.
������      < uiurouoea  ooi��e  up  the till, on I   .. _����~~�� �����   ���	
U-ub-o.,Uj: -..,   ,,,,., of improvement.. ^^

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