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Nelson, British Columbia, Thursday, June 28, 1900.
TIEN TSIN
I Confirmation of Relief Has
Been Received  In
London.
I Allied Forces Entered Last
Saturday After Sharp
Fight.
Tenth Year
Hints of 959 men with 32 guns. Tbs
Chinese have 6,000 men with six guns
In the fort and 10,000 men outside
Shanghai.
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London, June 87.���The Foreign Office has issued the following telegram,
received from W. Carlos, the liritish
Consul nt Tien Tsin, undated, and forwarded from (he Poo .lime 22 :
"A note has been received by the
Commissioner of Customs here from
Inspector (leneral Hart at l'ekin,
dated June 19, stating thnt the foreign I.egntions have been desired to
leave l'ekin within the next twenty-
four hours."
dlnlsters Requested to Leave
Pekin���More Troops
Arriving.
i 111   ASSOCIATED l-HKSS.l
London, June  27.���Tlie   l'urliiimen-
itary Secretary of the Foreign Office,
Mr. Wm. St. John llroderiek, in the
House of ConiiiiollH today, said he was
111 last able to   announce   the   receipt
o( Information of   the   relief   of Tien
Tsin.
lie Htuted thnt the Government hnd
received two telegrams, one from the
liritish Consul at Tien Tsin, who
wired on the 23d, by way of Che Foo,
June 27, announcing that a liritish
column, under Major Maurice of the
Wrick Fuailccrs. and the Naval Brigade, under Commander Craddook,had
arrived, MMl strong.
Tlie message said that BOO Russians
were reported to Im- at Tien Tsin rail-
rotd station, nnd that 170 Americans
ml 50 Italians had also arrived. The
I second telegram was from Rear Ad-
I mini Bruce, dnted June IB. It ndded
lu the above thnt Admiral Seymour
Iva.s reported to lie ten miles from
Tien Tsin, encnmped with sick and
wounded and engaged with the enemy.
London, June W.���Saturday's fight
II Tien Tsin began at daybreak. The
allied forces opened with several of
the Terrlble'B 4.7 naval guns, six Held
gnu-, mid numerous machine guiiB, the
tiring being at long range. They continued to advance steadily, the Chi-
nrwi artillery replying.
The guns of the allied forces were
more skillfully handled nnd put the
guns of the Chinese out of action one
by one, the Chinese retreating about
noon.
Several thousand Japanese have
landed. The International troops now
aggregate (0,000 and Japan is preparing to send 20,(HH) more. With the
British, American and other troops
ordered to go, probably sixty thousand men will be avnilnble in n month.
The Tong Shan refugees and foreign
engineers at Che Foo estiinnte the
Chinese troops in the Held nt 96,000
drilled troops at Ln Tni. tft.OOO at
Shanghai, 15,000 driven off from Tien
Tain and 1.10,000 at Pekin.
The despatch received by the foreign
Ollice stating thnt the foreign
Legations were requested to leave
Pekin within a ccrtnin time, is interpreted in some unofficial quarters ns
giving the Ministers   their   passports,
and tantamount to a Jdeolaratlon of
war, but ns China does nothing like
other nations, the offiOlal opinion is
there is nothing to do but await the
course of events and see what the
Ministers Bny when they are   rescued.
All the students at the Foreign
hospitals in Canton are leaving.
Women missionaries are returning
'rum the west river ports. There was
& slight disturbance at Wu Chon
Tuesday while the women were embarking, The crowd shouted "kill
all foreign women and devils.''
According to advices from Shanghai,
the Chinese ollieials, by direction of
the southern Viceroys, are asking the
Consul to agree to conditions Insuring,
as the Chinese sny, the neutrality of
Shanghai and other Coast cities. They
are asking that foreign ships shall not
Ball near the forts, nor go to ports
where there are no war ships now.
That their crews shnll not go ashore
and that the protection of foreigners
be left to the Chinese.
These conditions are considered nt
Shanghai to lie virtually an ultimatum from Viceroys Lln Kung and
(hang Tung nnd the Consuls desire n
J sufficient naval force to back their refusal to comply with these demands.
Ihe total naval force there now con-
London, June 27.���Sir Michael
Hicks-Beach, Chancellor to the Exchequer, was the guest of Lord Mayor
Newton and the bankers and merchants of the city at the Mansion
House this evening. Speaking of the
difficulties facing a Chancellor who
found three wars, in South Africa,
China and Ashanti, on his hands at
the same time, he said:
" It is difficult to know what arc
the scope and nature of the work
before us in Chlnn. We cannot yet
tell what were the immediate reasons
for this outbreak. We do not know
how far it extends nor can we tell
what are the relations of the Chinese
Qovernment, with thoBe who, nt nny
rnte in the first instnnce, nppenred to
be rebels against the authorities.
"It is easy to see that the first duty
of the Powers, among whom I gladly
recognize the United States and Japan,
is to defend their Legations and subjects and to exact reparation for Injury to life nnd property, ns well as
to see that audi things do not occur
again.
"I doubt whether anyone among us
would advance that view and it has
nevor been the view of Her Majesty's
present Government, which has always desired that there should be a
stable government in China. At the
present time I believe this view to be
held by all t lie Powers.''
' 'Since the war between China and
Japan It has been fashionable to
regard China as a plum'to be divided
among the PowerB, providing the
Powers do not quarrel among themselves.
Washington, J une 27.���-Ueneral Mac-
Arthur notified the Adjutant (leneral
this morning of the departure of the
Ninth Infantry for China.
Despite all reports to the effect that
nt least three regiments will be placed at (leneral Chnffee's command, Acting Secretary Meiklejohn and Adjt.
(len. Corbin asserted' today in the
most positive terms that the Ninth
Infantry are the only American troops
ordered to service In China,
and that the while the Sixth
Cavalry may go to China, In the
event Hint they nre needed, their present orders only Carry them na far as
Nngnsnki.
It is expected thnt the transport
Urant, with (leneral Chaffee onboard,
will arrive nt Nngasaki about July
28th, which would insure his arrival
at Taku on   the first of August.
WAR NEWS
Gen. Rundle Skirmished With
Boers   Friday at
Senekai.
Botha  and Dewet Make a
Compact Not to Surrender.
KHEDIVE  IN LONDON.
Has Recovered From His Illness and
Is Now ln London.
London, June 27.���The Khedive of
Egypt arrived in London from Port
Victoria today, where he has been
since he reached F.ngland. He showed few signs of his Illness. The traveller was received on the platform of
the Charing Cross railroad station by
the Duke of York, the Turkish Ambassador and suite, a guard of honor
from the Coldstream (luards and a
band which played the Khedive hymn.
The Duke of York embraced His Highness. After Inspecting the guard of
honor,the Khedive entered a carriage,
accompanied by the Duke of York,
and was driven to Buckingham Palace.
CASTAWAY SAVED.
Sole Survivor of Party of SI. Who
Sailed For Nome.
Nome, Alaska, June H, via Seattle,
June 27.���After four months of fearful suffering, during which he helplessly watched the death of one nfter
another   of   his   companions,    James
Murphy of New  York, a castaway
sailor, was rescued from starvation by
natives on St. Lawrence Island.
Murphy Is the sole survivor of a party
of six which sailed for Nome on November :ird, lsim, on board the
schooner Eucret of Son Francisco.
The little vessel was destined for
Cape Nome, but was driven ashore on
St. Lawrence Island,
Hospital Exposures Create a
Sensation���Canadians
at Mafeking.
(BV ASSOCIATED I'Hl-'.ss.l
London, June 28.��� 4:20 a. m.���General Rundle had a sharp artillery
skirmish near Senekai Friday with n
force of Hoers. He declined to attack
them.    This is the  only   lighting   re-
relief of the heroic garrison at Mafeking.
The letter says: "I fancy you have
heard ere this that Mafeking iB relieved und we. the Canadians of 'C
Battery, were in it���very much in it.
Wednesday at 1 o'clock iu the afternoon found us under fire. Our force
was made up of 1 r> guns, infantry and
mounted rifles, about 1,800 men all
told.
"I had the honor of being Brigade
Major for the Artillery when we
fought about s, 000 Boers. The fight
lasted from midday until sundown,
about il o'clock. The lioer losses are
not known, but they spent all day
yesterday and part of Inst night
burying their dead. Our losses
amount to about (io killed and
wounded.
"We were called out yesterday
morning to shell the Hoers, who had
taken refuge in the trenches behind
the town, but I can hardly call it a
fight. As soon as the guns opened
upon them, they went so fast that
one could not see them for the dust.
We are moving out tomorrow morning to try and open the railway which
has been closed for the last seven
months.''
NEWS OF KOOMASSI.
Governor   Hodgson   Wrote That   He
Gould Hold Out to June 20th.
London.'.Inne 87.-r-The Colonial Oftl
ce   has  reserved   a    telegram    from
DOMINION
Rumored Melnnes. Jr.. May
Oppose Turner In
Victoria.
Ex-Governor  Will   Run for
Nanaimo.  His Son
Resigning.
Strong Probability of Another
Session Being Held
at Ottawa.
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TO CARE FOR VISITORS.
X From present indications there will be in Nelson on Monday and
* Tuesday next more people than can be comfortably accommodated at
X the hotels. For this reason the Carnival (leneral Committee requests
nil residents ofthe city who have rooms to rent, or may have for this
occasion, to notify Mr. J. H. Love, ofthe Nelson F.mploynient Hureati,
sometime between today and Saturday, it is desired that these rooms
should be at thu disposal of Mr. Love on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday
nights, ln addition to this, those who will serve meals are requested
to leave word to this effect with Mr. Love. Mr. Love will see that
visitors arriving in the city will be notified that in case of inability
to secure rooms they may be accommodated by calling upon him.
There will be no expense to the person who has the room to rent or to
the visitor who desires accommodation.
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ported.    The Hoer outposts   northeast
of Pretoria are busy.
The telegraph wires lietween Stand-
erton and Newcastle were cut Sunday
and Sir Redvers Ituller had to resort
to the heliograph.
Commandant Dewet, with 3, OOO men
and three guns, is moving northeast
In the Orange River Colony. It is understood that he and Commandant
(leneral Botha entered into a compact
that neither would surrender so long
as the oilier was In the field. Twelve
thousand rifles, all told, have been I
surrendered to the liritish. President |
Kruger Is still at Machedorp.
The exposures regarding the hospitals in South Africa have made a
great sensation iu England. They began with three coltimnBof unrestrained language in The Times yesterday
from W. A. Burdette-Coutts, Conservative Member of l'arliament for Westminster.
A news agency despatch from Cape-
Town says: ' 'Certain revelations point
to malfeasance In connection with the
supplies of comforts for the sick and
wounded." The Daily Express refers
to the sprlngless, out-of-dute ambulances of the British, and contends
that the Boer ambulances arc superior.
Princess Christian publicly usks for
volunteer nurses.
St. Helena, June 27. ���Sara Eloff,
President Kruger's grandson, who
was captured by the British at Mafeking, landed here today with 11
officers and U8 troopers, mostly
foreigners. The prisoners who were
clean and respectable in appearance,
were Immediately sent to Deadwood,
the prison camp. Most of the Boers
at Head wu, ,d are in a healthy condition and thus far there has lieen but
one death from fever.
London, June 28.���The Lorenso
Marques correspondent of The Times,
telegraphing yesterday, says: "According to Transvaal advices the Boers I
are entrenching ill force in the Middleburg hills."
Montreal, June 27.���The following
letter has been received from Lieutenant Leslie, of "C" Battery, Canadian
Artillery, dated Mnfeklng, May Is,and
is tbe first communication from a ('an-
sdlsn taking part  in the memorable
Colonel Wilcocks, dnted I'rah Su,
Ashanti,     June    88th,    as     follows:
"Major Williamson reached Bck-
wal, June 17th. In response to my
telegram to the (iovernor of Gold
Coast (Sir Frederick Mitchell Hodgson) at Koomassi, the latter writes
June I5th| saying he will hold out
until .lime 80th,
"This letter.wasVeeelved by Captain
Hall at BlmWinJn. and was forwarded
to Williamson at Bekwai at midnight
June 21st. Williamson proceeded immediately to Essumejn, arriving there
nt dawn June 22nd. after marching
through torrents of rain. Lieutenant
Burroughs with .MM) natives iB going
north as fast as possible."
SMALL   FIRE YESTERDAY.
Broken 'Phone Wire Causes a Blaze at
The Telephone Office.
As a result of the telephone wire,
whirl, runs into the l'hnlr Hotel, coming into contact with a live trolley
wire, a bla/.c was started in the local
central telephone otlice on Stanley
Street about 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon. The switchboard wns badly
damaged, while the upper part of the
building was partially ruined by the
flames. When the Ure was notiued on
the tlrst part of the switchlsiard R, E.
Elliott, who was Working in tlie office at the time, cut the many fuses
which connected the IwltChboOtd with
the main wires, thus diverting the
current to the main wires and saving
the greater portion of the system
in the oflice room. As the wires could
not be used there was some delay In
getting word to the Fire Department
but " Scottv " MoCandllsh, who happened to come In at the time, soon carried the alarm to the lire station. The
Department quickly responded, and
nfter a few minutes work the flames
were extinguished. It is estimated
that that   the   loss   will    be   between
8200 snd$300,with an Insurance mi the
building of |800, The building Is
owned by F. O. Barnard, of Victoria.
The ('. I'. It.   telegraph   oflice,   which
occupies a portion of the same building, was not much affected, Wing
only drenched with a large quantity
of water. It Is thought that the telephone system will be in working order by tomorrow.
(SPECIALS TO THE MIMIll.i
Victoria, June 27.���All sorts of
rumors are afloat regarding the intentions of Melnnes, father and son.
One story says W. W. B. Melnnes
will oppose Turner In Victoria, resigning his Nanaimo Beat to allow his
father to run there.
Ottawa, June 27.���The Tribune's
speclul says: "Although all talk
pointed in the direction of a general
election this fall, October being mentioned as the likely month, there is
now a strong probability of another
session.
"Even if a session is not held, it
looks ub if the census would be taken
nt the earliest possible time in the
new year and the Government would
have the advantage of the figures to go
to the country on. Then there would
be the advantage of having the country canvassed hy the ^census enumerator*.
"The likelihood of constructing the
Cabinet will also cause delay and as
matters now look, there will be no
early appeal to the country. It is said
that Quebec is not in shape for elections."
Montreal, June 27.���Alfred Trundel
was sentenced to four years imprisonment in St. Vincent penitentiary for
robbing the (.'. P. R. station and
stealing a number of tickets uud some
money. The prisoner lirst pleaded
not guilty but on Bcclng how many
witnesses were against him he pleaded
guilty.
Victoria. B.C., June 27.���John Le-
grace today shot his wife at Dawson
and committed Suicide. The couple
were married in Hamilton, (Jul., in
1S7H, but have been separated for several yeurs.    She will recover,
Ottawa, Ont., Juue 27.���The Sheriff
of Neehe, North Dakola, came over
to Lisgar, Manitoba, and arrested
Henry Martin and William l.yck on a
charge of stealing cattle in North lla-
kota. The prisoners were taken across
the line ut Pembina and sentenced to
two years and sixteen mouths roopeot-
ively. This, it is asserted, was without du* process of law, ami representations will he made to the Dotted
states authorities nt Washington on
the subject.
Ottawa. June 27. ��� Admiral Seymour, who led the International force
Ui l'ekin. was in Halifax last January when the Canadian soldiers, artillery and mounted rilles, were leaving for South Africa. He was one of
the sis'akers at the monster farewell
meeting tendered the soldiers in the
drill hall and quite a number of Ottawa people who were down there had
the pleasure of hearing the Admiral
sjieak.
Kaslo, June 27. ���All that was mortal of Eric BrlOSoa and I'eter Fobs wub
laid beneath Ihe earth Inst week. They
were the two miners who went up to
Bear I reek Inst fall to work a claim
and were buried beneath a snowslide.
W. Hanson and a miner named Thurston found the remains. They had to
dig down l.'i feet before they reached
the IsxIieB and they say that when
the Bliowsllde dew-ended on the men
In April last they must have lieen
buried beneath at least no feet of
snow, rock and debris.
The Intention had lieen to bring the
bodies here for burial but   they   were
in such a state of decomposition that
the funeral had to take place hurriedly on the spot. The fact that the remains have been discovered and buried lias been cominftnlcated to the
friends of the deceased in Sweden.
Welland, June 27.���A number of
Italian laborers, brought fnnn Buffalo
to work on the cement walks, were
deported at the request of the local
laborers,
Colonel William Buohner of Welland, died suddenly today,
London! June 27.���The Star's London cable says that Canada had a
strong representation at the lirst business meeting of the Chambers of Com*
merce of the Empire. Lord Strath-
cona was present early in the day.
Senator Drummond, Dr. Parkin and
representatives of all parts of Canada,
from Halifax to Victoria, attended all
day. The first business was the unanimous adoption of a resolution urging the early formation of a consultative council, representing the whole
Empire, to consider and advise upon
Imperial*and Colonial questions.
lion. C. A. Druiiimonil evoked loud
applause   by   his sarcastic   comments
upon the platitudinous Birmingham
resolution, iu which increasing cordiality and union of inter-Imperial
relations   were   insisted   upon.      Mr.
Drummond said that the  people who
had sent their sons to the front to
light for the Hug in Soutli Africa did
not do so from any increasing sense of
cordiality. That sort of practice was
better fitted for a live o'clock tea
parly. With us it was a question of
race and kindship. Inter Imperial
ties should he expressed in family
trade relationship.
Lillooet, B. C, June 27.���The river
has fallen slightly since this morning.
BAKONET   IN THE   DOCK.
Sir Robert Peel Arraigned (or Libel at
Old Bailey.
London. June 27.���Sir Robert Peel,
faultlessly attired ill a frock coat und
carrying a silk hat in bis hand, stood
ill the dock of Old Bailey today on the
charge of criminally libelling his
brother-in-law, Mr. Von der Hay,
In connection with his trusteeship
of the Peel estate. Sir Roliert withdrew all the defamatory statements
and apologised for calling his In-other-
In-law a blackmailer and the Cuuri,
after lecturing the Baronet and expressing the hope that the fact thut
the hearer of Ihe great historic name
of Sir Itolicrt Peel had stood iu a dock
would  prove    sufficient punishment,
bound the defendant over to come up
for sentence if called ui��in.
CARNIVAL  DECORATIONS.
Business   Bouses to   Be  r.laborately
Decorated lor  Dominion Day.
The Committee lu charge of the
street decorations has la-en working
hard to Insure u lurge amount of bunting and flags being hung on the fronts
of stores and dwelling* along the
principal Btreets. Fr  present indications (here will Ih* uu excellent
display made, and everyone who is
not already ut work should gel Into
line mid endeavor to emulate if not to
eclipse his neighbor's example, it is
wonderful what a handsome effect enn
be got by a tasteful arrangement nf
cheap bunting and flags, and the little
trouble and time the work will lake
will I,.- more than paid for in the satisfaction of knowing that each and
everyone bus done his share towards
beautifying the city. The business
men have all or marly all Signified
their Intention of decorating and the
iMTiipnnts of private reeidenoei should
also do their part of the work
Mr. F. W. Teetzel, cbnlrinnn ofthe
decorutive committee has made a canvass of the fnrloUB business houses
nnil u|i to dale ,, 1  that the following firma have declared their Intention to put out handsome decorations; Irvine & Co., Tect/.il & Co.,
Treiuont  Hotel, Kerr St Co., .McArthur
& Co,    I.awrei  Hardware Company,
Bell & Co., Silver King Hotel, Burns
Hloek, Tribune   Oflice.   Miner   Office,
Nelson Hotel. Queen's Hotel, Madden
House, Fcrluud & Co.. Madden Hloek,
Canada   Drug  &   Book    Store,  Gus &
Coke  Company,   Hunk   of  Montreal,
Athabasca Saloon. .1. Dover, livers*
Co., Houston Block. Martin O'Reilly
Co.. (row St Morris, Hunk of British
Columbia. Imperial   Hank,   I'litenaiide
Bros.,   McLachlan    Bros.,  Thomson
Stationery Company, Hume Hotel and
many others.
l<ct the rest of Nelson's residents Is'
stimulated by the above gissl example
sud eclipse ull former efforts. NELSON DAILV MINER, THURSEJAV, JUNE *8, (go*
Nelson Daily Miner
D. J. HKATON. Editor and Manager
REDISTRIBUTION.
Mr. E. Jacobs has taken the trouble
to collate the returns of the recent
Provincial election, for publication in
The Rossland Minor, and as the o,iu-h-
tion of redistribution ts one that the
Legislature must face soon, it will be
interesting to give them here:
Vancouver City (4 scats) 16,870
Victoria City (4 seats) 13,605
Rossland Killing, West Kootenay 11,010
Nelson Hiding, West Kootenay..   1,808
New Westminster City 1|170
East Yale   1,081
North Yale   1,009
Southeast Kootenay      B80
Cassiar (2 seats)          961
Cariboo (-'seats)      988
Kevelstoke Hiding of Kootenay..     H47
Nanaimo City       889
Slocan Hiding of Kootenay...
Esqnimalt (-' seats)	
Delta	
Oewdney	
Coinox	
Richmond	
North Nanaimo	
Chilliwack	
South Victoria	
South Nanaimo	
West Yale	
North Victoria'	
Cowichan      277
Northeast Kootenay      860
East Lillooet.      241
West Lillooet      818
Alberni      lK-r>
Each elector in Vancouver and Victoria has four votes, and in Cassiar,
Cariboo, and Esquimau two. The
actual number of voters in Vancouver
Is therefore about 8,840, in Victoria
about 8,400, in Cassiar-ISO, in Cariboo
470, and in Esquimau 308. The inequalities in the representation are so
groat that the Legislature must take
the earliest opportunity to have them
corrected. It is not right that less
than four thousand electors in Vancouver should be given four members,
when Rossland Hiding with its list of
over twenty-six bundled should have
only one. Alberni, with 188 electors,
has the same representation as Nelson
with its 1,(100. It is hardly necessary
to point theBo out, however, as they
are known and their injustice ac-
knowlcged.
A general redistribution, if the
usual practice were followed, would
involve an immediate general election.
Kor that reason, if for no other, the
question will not be taken up at the
approaching session, for the injustice
of the representation is more bearable
just now than would be a renewal
of the political excitement and unrest
of the past few months. But when
the matter does come up, onr friends
of the Island must be prepared to
recognise the rights of the Mainland
and to submit gracefully to the
transfer of the balance of power.
The Mainland cannot be accused of
criminality if its population is rapidly outstripping that of the Island,
and where the population is there too
must be the representation. To have
political power in British Columbia
open to the Yales anil the Kootenays
may seem very like a revolution, but
fate has so decreed and bo it must be.
According as all concerned can reconcile themselves to this prospect, so
shall the Province become rcsful and
our public affairs be conducted with
some approach to the progress and
satisfaction that are born of tranquillity.  	
five or six years ago, In the opinion of
the Dominion Conservatives, and they
proceeded to act upon the conviction
by giving British Columbia representation in the Cabinet. It was Sir Wilfrid who thought otherwise, and there
has been no Indication all these years
that a change of mind was in the
{least Imminent,
A writer in The Monetary Times
says it is unsafe to predict what Hosslaud will be in five years���whether it
will be a dead camp or a second Hutte,
going ahead of any other town in the
Interior." The   judgment   of   the
writer is not good. Rossland will be
neither one or the other. It will be a
successful mining camp just as it is
now, regarding with a sort of good-
natured envy the splendid growth of
Nelson into the second city of the
Province.
At Rossland the other day Mr. Ralph
Smith suid he was independent of bis
Qovernment, and entirely opposed to
any revival of what was known as
Turnerism. We have no doubt these
arc two excellent positions to take and
maintain; but what a tremendous relief it would be if some one would
only take the trouble to explain what
this Turnerism is that Mr. Smith and
so many others profess to regard with
much horror.
Celebrate
We are uow booking orders for
Chinese Lanterns
Colored Fires
Flags, Etc-
And if you wish to  avoid disappointment give us your order
NOW
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Drama
BROWN'S
IN  TOWN
Change of play and specialties nightly.
Popular Prices.
Reserved Seats at usual
place.
"It would never do," says Tin-
Toronto Monetary Times, "to permit
Provincial liovernors to do things for
Which Knglish Kings have lost their
heads, (iovernor Melnnes had no regard for, and perhaps no adequate
knowledge of constitutional rule.
The lion. Mr, Joly as his successor
will afford a guarantee that henceforth liritish Columbia will enjoy the
benefit of strictly constitutional
rule." With Sir Henri July as (Iovernor we shall enjoy more than that,
among other things the consciousness
that we have a gentleman In (lovern-
ment House, who will not only be
extremely careful of his public conduct, but who will delight iu taking
pains to make everything as pleasant
as possible for everybody,
"liritish Columbians are nil agreed
that the time has arrived when this
Province iliould be represented ln the
Dominion Cabinet," .ays The Liberal,
Victoria  Times,   That   time arrived
GEO. GURD
Room I, Turner���Hneckh Blook.
REAL ESTATE AND MINING A6ENT
HOUSES FOR SALE.
14-roora bouse, all conveniences, 2
lots down town.    A bargain.
Houses all parts of tha city.
Baker Sheet improved property.
Income lo per oent net.
BUILDING LOTS  FOR SALE.
?fi-foet best residenoe corner in tbo
oity.   A snap.
A good list of bnilding lots to seloot
from.
TENDERS WANTED.
Tenders will be reoeivort by the undersigned np to the Ilith of July next
for the sinking of a shaft on the Maud
S. mineral claim on tho North Fork of
the Salmon River. Plans nnd specifications will be mailed on application
to tho undersigned.
0. O. HOBSON, Secretary
New North Fork Mining Co., IM.
P. O. Box 888,
June 1st, IIKH). Vancouver, B. O.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Lines West of Lake Superior.
"Imperial
Limited"
Service.
Departure   and    Arrival   Time   of
Trains  and  Steamers.
Depart from                          Arrive at
Nelson                                   Nelson
Steamer    arrives   at  Nelson
from the oast, Crow's Nest
branch    and   intermediate
points 2.8o
T. lo Train leaves Nolson for Rossland and intermediate
points, and via Rohson for
north, Revelstoke,the main
lino and Pacific coast points.
7.1)0 Train leaves Nelson for Snn-
don and intermediate poiuts
and via Slooan Lake ronte
for north, Revelstoke, the
main line and Pacific coast
points.
Train arrives at Nelson from
Rossland  and intermediate
points 10.86
Steamer arrives at Nelson
from Kaslo and intermediate points 11.00
15.80 Trains leaves Nelson for
Kossland, Greenwood nnd
intermediate points.
1(1.00 Steamer loaves Nelson for
Kaslo and way poiuts.
Train arrives at Nelson from
Rossland and Greenwood
and intermediate points,
and from Revelstoke, the
mail] line, and Paoifio coast
points 18.-in
Train arrives in Nolson from
bandon and intermediate
pointH.and from Rovelstoke,
tbn main line and the Paci-
fio const points 111.80
22.80 Steamer leaves Nelson for
Crows Nest branch and all
points east.
i We  ure now doing  business in r
OUR NEW STAND!
(THE OLD BURNS SHOP) I
Next to^ Nelson Hotel, where we hope to see all our   _
OLD customers and many NEW ones.
Give us a call.
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KIRKPATRICK  & WILSON.
Telephone 10. p o Box, K and W   3
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Turner Beeton& Co.
-NELSON.
VICTORIA VANCOUVER LONDON. Eng
WHOLESALE  MERCHANTS.
LIQUORS,   DRY   GOODS,   ORE   BAGS.
OAR OF PABST BEER
fust arrived from Milwaukee
Our  Clearance Sale of
DRY GOODS
Is still on and will  bo continued until all  is sold.
A consignment of Linen  Crash and White Duck Skirts, delayed In
transit, just opened np. and we offer them
at these low prices:
Regular Jl.25 Linen Skirts at    8   7.1
Regular   2.00 Linen Skirts at     1 r,0
Regular   2.SO Crash Skirts at       1 7ft
Regular   1.50 White  Ruck Skirts at .    . lift
Regular   2.00 White  Duck Skirts at        l.ftO
A. FERLAND & CO.
W. F. ANDKR80N,
Truv. l'asa. Agonb
Nnlwn
K.J.COYLK,
A G. P. Ago..,
Vannruvpr
DOMINION    DAY
���AT TIIK���
CLUB HOTEL.
Big Schooner
Beer or Hiilf-iinil-Iliilf only
10c
ALWAYS FRE8H AND COOL
We Have Sold 75 Per Cent of All the
Portland Cement
Fire Brick, Fire Clay
Used in ft, Xootenav 8Bd  SeW6r   PIP*
Just Eeoeived���Oarload
Dominion  Ale and  Porter
HUDSON'S BAY
COMPANY.
it*coHPoMmnoi_7ek
Sun
Shades
We want to clear out
our stock of
Parasols
while    the     present
weather   lasts.
warm
Until July 1st we will offer
our whole stock at prices that
must sell.
Just look in and see if this
is not a fact.
Dominion White  Label Ale
(in pints and quints)
(pints and quarts)
This Is the finest Ale browed In Canada.
Dominion  Bi'lk  Ale
(in   lft-gallon   kegs)
Teacher's Scotch   Whisky
is still the best
H. J. EVANS & CO.
NKLSON, U. C.
HUDSON'S
BAY
STORES.
MISCELLANEOUS
AdvcrtlHomotit.s In norlod under thin hood at
thu rnto of ono oonl a word por limurllon. No
ailvortlHOniont lakon for loan than 25 oenta.
FOR RENT-Two tenements, tlO; 5-
roomed cottage, #17 ; ll-rooined house,
$20: 7-i-ooinod bouse, $80i 8-roomed
house, $1(1. Apply Hiydges & Howell,
Man Ulock (over Merchants Rank of
HalUax,
WANTKD��� Hy a yonng Iwly, position
os lady's help or companion,    Hood
references.   Address l��� Miner,
WANTED���First-class dogs ;  fox terriers  and  pointers   preferred.   Address Hugh, Miner.
TO   LET.-House   to   let   across   the
lake, atovo, etc.   Apply O. Nowling,
Raker Btreet.
FOR   SALE.- Sectional
right) fi Horse  Power,
almost new.   A hargnin.
Love, Bnker Street.
boiler (np-
all fittings,
Apply J. H.
FOR HENT.-3 rooms in Wost Blook.
Apply at offloe of O. W. West & Oo.
ALL KINDS-Of plain   sewing done.
Minuses and children's clothes a specially. Mrs, Hogen, Opposite Opera
House.
The only good Beer in Nelson,
('or. Stanley ,ind Slllcn HI rods.
ED CURRAN, Prop
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.
THE   WM.   HAMILTON   HANUFACTURINQ   CO.
LIMITED.
MINING MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH. ONTARIO.
CANADA.
LIME
The Nelson Coke &
Gas Company is
now prepared to supply the hest LI Mil
in the country at
50c perCwt,
Special rates on carload lots.    Apply
Nelson Golce and Gas Co., Ltd.
Raker Street.
MEN WANTED.
Wanted.���-.'(ion rook men and general
hands for work on Whito Mass nnd
Yukon Railway. Wngos 8U.U0 per day
Board 81 per day. Work ovory day.
Pay monthly in cash. Faro from Vancouver fit) with 8J> rebntn aftor work-
ing 110 days. Apply to M. ,1, Honey,
oontraotor, 89 Inns of Oonrt or A. 0
Ross, 42B Oordova Stroot, Vancouver
or on tho work.
REISTERER & CO.
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer and I'm tor.
DROP IN AND SEE US.
Nelson, ii. 0,
TADDY&CO.
ESTABLISHED .50 YEARS LOHClOn,    Etlg.
ORBIT     Brand and
���   ivtiVlI fcK. Navy Cut Tobaccos.
"��"" '<>�� 0��nad�� . JAMES TURNER A OO.. Hamilton. Ont.
If You Smoke
Smoke  the
Royal Seal
and
Kootenay Belle.
UNION MADE.
llBftil. t;     1  ���>.. .���
il.ENAYCfflMFG.uO
NELSON, B. 0.
L
HAMMOCKS
PRICES 81.25 TO S4.00.
CALL AND  SEE THEM.
aw��e Hardware Co.
Nelson,  B.C.
COAL!  COAL!
Great Reduction I
<A'^n��, $9.65 per Ton
coai,       $6.15 per  Ion
DBMVERBD.
C.W.WEST&CO.
TKLKPHONK !i:i.
Nelson liipluyint Agncr
WANTED.
Two   carpontoi-sj    waltresss;   cooks
(wnnipnl.  First-class woman cook naoti
"illinium In clilll|i.
J. II. LOVE, Ajft., Bilker St,
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-<������ NELSQJi PAILY MINER, THURSDAY, JUNE ll, 1900
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LOCAL AJMD  PERSONAL
The  Hogustinvn   Postoffloe  will be
known us
North Nelson.
*i
The Tramway Company oommenoed
their fifteen minute service yesterday.
The Dominion Line steamer Dominion passed Kinaale at   1 p.m., June25.
Miss Hammond of Slocan city is the
guest of  Mrs. B. C.  Biblett   on Silica
Street.
The Heaver Line steamer Lake Huron arrived lit Movillc ll.tr, a.m.,
June '.'.1.
Dr. Hawkey has moved Into his
new house on Silicii Street next to
the Phair Annex.
Hir, Charles K. Waterman, manager
of the Nelson Baseball team, returned
from Spokane lust evening.
Mr. Lewis will have an Illumination at his ranch across the lake the
night after the Water Carnival.
Among Canadian patents reported
by .Mi', fi. ���'��� SlggerH, Washington, D.
C, is a friction clutch by Mr, A. W.
Nair of Vancouver.
The Allan Line steamer Parisian arrived at Movillc the morning of June
2.1 and reached Liverpool in the afternoon lit I o'clock.
Iliiine: D. S. Johnston, Vancouver:
p. ,1. Hyson, 0, A. Godfrey, Winnipeg; Joseph Brandon, Silverton; .1.11.
Strickland, New Denver.
The hose reel team hud u practice
run on Bilker Street lust night anil
did good fast work that promises well
for the contest next week.
The steamer Minto, which has been
laid up at Nuknsp for repairs, came
Into freight service yesterday und is
now running between Nakusp and
Kevelstoke.
R. II. Williams has purchased Lots
5 and ii in Block 1 from T. .1. I.en-
ilruni and Captain Fitzstubbs. Mr.
Williams intends in the near future
tu erect u dwelling thereon.
Sergeant II. J. Knight, the Maxim
pun instructor, who has been giving
lessons to the local Rifle Coinpnny,
will conclude his Instructions next
Saturday evening, He will next go
to Rossland, where he will instruct
the company there.
"Seotlic" McCandlish, Register
Clerk at the C. P. It. telegraph office,
who is well known ns having been u
messenger on the night shift, wns
must active at the Ore yesterday hav-
iiif.' lirst saved the cash box and then
lamed in the alarm.
The Phair Hotel is now flying the
flag of the Winnipeg crew who arc
guests of Manager Phair during their
stay here. The Vancouver crew will
slop at the lliime upon their arrival
Friday and Manager lluine will pay
tlnin the compliment of flying their
colors.
Mrs, John Finnerty, aiBter of Mrs.
J. V. O'Laiighlin, of this city, left on
the morning train for Winnipeg,Manitoba, to join her husband there to
mule the estate of the late William
l'inerty. who died a few months ago.
Mr, and Mrs. Finnerty will return to
.Nelson and will probably reside  here.
Joe. Thompson and ('. Douglas, of
of Ihe Nelson Fire Brigade's hose and
rwl team, will leave for Greenwood
lliis afternoon so as to participate in
the foot races which take place
there tomorrow. The other members
uf the team will leave tomorrow.
They will take part In the wet test
and hub and hub races. Judging from
the good showing they made during
their recent practice runs, they will
Stand n good chance of bringing
buck the trophy.
Tho second dance at the Luke Park
pavilion which was held last evening,
was well attended and an enjoyable
evening was spent. The muBie was
furnished by Steiner's Hand.
The hull of Dr. La Bau's new
launch is now completed nnd the
Doctor is awaiting the nrrival of
her engines so ns to lit her out for
the water. He is hoping to have
her in shape for Dominion Day.
ln the local hay and grain market
the retail price of oats has been
advanced 81.511 per ton and they aro
now selling at 82S per ton. The
advance is said to he due to the poor
prospects for a good crop next fall in
the Northwest.
PoOla will be sold in the Ollice Saloon tonight and Friday night on the
results of the local four-oared races to
occur Saturday and Monday. There
will be six crews rowing and the
pools will be made on the heats and
duals.
Phair: C.J. Qrover, Toronto;,lames
A. Merrick, Winnipeg; E. F. Burns,
Spokane; M. V. Adams, Kaslo; Mr.
and Mrs. J. Fred Ritchie, Kossland;
T. R. Ella, Victoria; James V. Welch,
Seven-Mile Point; C. 1). Hunter, Sandon; Mr. and Mrs. Fune-Lewell, Victoria.
The losses sustained by fire in the
Annex of the Phair Hotel last week
���vere settled yesterday between Mr.
I'huir and II. R. Cameron, the latter
being the agent for the Connecticut
and Norwich Union Fire Insurance
,'onipunies. The building was insured
in both companies.
There will he a meeting in the
school room of the English Church
this morning at 10:30*to arrange details for the children's floats for the
trades procession. Parents who wish
their children to go on the float arc
requested to attend in order to settle
what dresses shall be worn.
The following Certlticntea of Work,
etc., were recorded at the Mining
Recorder's Office yesterday: To J.
F. Driscoll, on W. E. (Hailstone
mineral claim; to Patrick Daly, on
Little Joe; to William Flannigan, on
Dolly; to William (irutchflcld, on
Millie nnd Melrose; to P. M. Thompson, on Eclipse. locations: (lold
Crown, on divide between Bird and
4(i Creeks,  by John  W.  Darkness.
Master (I. Blanehard Johnson, son
of Mr. (Jeorge Johnson, while practicing running, lute Tuesday evening,
for the Ixiys races which are to take
place during tile Dominion Day celebration," fell and broke lhitli bones of
bis left forearm near the wrist, and
also broke one bone near the elbow,
lie wns carried into the residence of
Dr. Forin. who at once set tlie fractured limb, after which the lad was
removed to his home.
(Ieorge Spencer, manager, and W.
L. Qass&m, special agent for the Aetna
Insurance Company of Hartford, who
have headquarters at San Francisco
and Seattle respectively, have established a local agency in Nelson, Mr.
II. R. Cameron being In charge. This
Is the only branch of the company,
which will lie established in the Kootenay District. The Aetnn is oue of
the largest fire insurance companies
in the United States. The two gentlemen left for Greenwood yesterday
morning.
During the fire yesterday at the
offices of the C.P.R. telegraph and the
telephone exchange, the bells of the
phonos throughout the city kept up a
continuous ringing. Many of the
subscribers spent quite a little time
iu nn effort to Hud out who was
calling  tbem   so  Industriously.    One
gentleman had his ear glued to the
receiver for nearly ton minutes and
went around to the office to make a
complaint because "Exchange'' refused to answer him, but changed his
mind when he heard the place was ou
fire. Many other amusing incidents
occurred for nearly all the subscribers
were shouting vainly into the phone
at the same time.
William Dykenian, a laborer was
arraigned in the Police Court yesterday morning charged with theft. At
(I o'clock he was arrested by Chief
Jarvis charged with selling u kit of
carpenter tools which had been loaned
him by R. Griffith. He was immediately tried before Magistrate Crease,
and before 10 o'clock was locked up
at the Provincial Jail to serve a six
months' term. It appears that (Irif-
fith, ccit of kindness, loaned Dykenian
the tools on Tuesday evening so that
the latter could earn some money, as
he said he Wis dead broke. After getting possession of the outfit Dykenian
made for Silver King Mike's secondhand store, where he disposed of the
tools for a small sum.
BOBBED THE GBAVE.
A startling incident of which Mr. John
Oliver, of Philadelphia, was the subject,
is related hy him as follows: "I was in
a most dreadful condition. My skin was
almost yellow, eyes sunken, tongue coated, pain continual ly in back and side, no
appetite���gradually growing weaker daj
by day. Three physicians hod given me
up. Fortunately a friend advised trying
Electric Bitters:' and to my greet joi
ind surprise the first hottle made a de-
aided improvement. I continued their
ubo for three weeks' and am now a well
mnn. 1 know tbey saved my life snd
robbed the grave of another victim. Ni
one should fail to try them. Only 60
cts., guaranteed, at Canada Drug and
Book Store.
81,135.(1.1, this is the amount to date
saved to customers who purchased
goods at the Wallace-Miller Co., Ltd.,
Store during the great June Discount
Sale. This saving will allow them to
enjoy the Carnival in good shape.
Spring ohicken nnd nil the delioaoins
nf the season served to yon when yon
visit Florence Pnrk Hotel at Roberts'
Hunch, two and n half mileB up the
river.    W. M. Roberts, propiietor.
"BLUE RIBBON TEA IS DELICIOUS.'
Tired
eyes
cause
sickness
Because the eyej tire easily,
some folks say they are not well.
In most such cases there is eyestrain.
Neglected eyestrain is sure to
roduce sickness.
e wise.
Have your eyes examined.
Know their exact condition from
an expert.
Consultation free.
Patenaude Bros
Watchmakers, Jewelers and Opticians,
NELSON    B.O.
I THE MAILS ARE
_       OUR AGENTS
When your watch needs repairine
send it to us by mail or express. It
will have the same careful attention
as if you left it personally, and be
returned through the same ohannel
as you send it. It will also carry
our guarantee.
T. H. Brown,
Jeweler
176 BAKEIt STREET, NELSON,
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Lumber..
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand of
Hough and Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles.
Mouldings. Sash Doors.
Inside Finish.
Ooast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill st PILOT BAY. Yards, NELSON
and LARDO.
HEAD OFFICE:   NELSON.
J. A. SAYWARD.
ALEX. STEWART,
Room  3,  Tumer-Boeckh  Block, Nelson-
Notary   Public,    Real    Eatate,   Insurance,
Mlnea. Loan*.
$15 per month will rent an S-roomcd
honse.
FOR   SALE   CHEAP.
$  850���House mil lot, Stanley Street.
880���House  and lo(, Kohsou Street,
2,10(1���House and lot, Victoria Streot,
Hloek !)_.
1,800���House and lot, Silica Street.
8,000���Two houses nnd lots, Silica St.
1IXKI���House and lot, Silion Street.
2,000���Furnished  house, and  lot on
Silica Street, Block 14 Rents
$10 per im.nil).
225���$50 cash, rest on time, will purchase lot in Block 71).
A licensed hotel, also cottage and lot, at
Five Mile Point.
4.00(1 Shares Treasury Slock "Rig Horn"
Simooe Mining & Hev. Co.
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Are Your Feet Right ? <���i?
Are they dressed in the latest
style ? If not, call and see our
stylish footwear at popular
prices.
Our Ladies' Patent Leather
Shoes are just right.
LILLIE BROS.
The Slioeists
P. BURN5 & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meal Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, B. C.
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Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Three Porks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Orders by mall to any branch will have careful and prompt attention.
SEASONABLE  GOODS
������������������������
A. R. Woodyat & Co.'s Lawn Mowers
American   Ball Bearing Lawn Mowers
Cactus Lawn Sprinklers
Fan Lawn Sprinklers
2_-irjch Rubber Hose
J^-inch Rubber Hose
^-inch Rubber Hose, wire bound
^.-inch Cotton Hose
54-inch Cotton Hose
������������������������
M'LACHLAN   BROS.
SUCCESSORS   TO
Vancouver  Hardware Co.,   Limited
Baker Street, Nelson.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgaoe
Corporation,
head office toronto,  ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgngo.
Apply to U. L. LENNOX, Baker St.,
Nelsou.
Gamble &  O'Reilly,
REAL  ESTATE   and   INSURANCE  AUENTS
Baker Street.
FOR   SALE
Two lots and house, S rooms, hath
room and kitchen, nil modem improvements, good view. Iiiindy to town,
88.500;  terms.
FOR   RENT
New cottage, Mill Street, $25 por
month.
Now cottage, Stanley Street, 830 per
month,   All modern conveniences.
Two new cottages, Oore Street, $15
eaoh.   Apply
Gamble & OMlly, Agents
... STORAGE ...
Storage space to rent; g-ood, clean and cool;  at   reasonable
rates.    Apply to
Tlie Nelson Electric Tramway CO., Ltd.
Room 9, Macdonald Block.
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
AU.  KINDS  OF
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Fish and Poultry in Season
E.   G.   TRAVES.   Manager]
Baker Street, Nelson.
Orders hy mail receive careful and prompt attention
ifmos-m-
SPECIAL   TWO DAYS'  DRIVE   ��
WW'
That Nelson people and visitors may look their best during" the Big Land and Water ^fe-
mt'   Carnival we will sell tomorrow (Friday) and Saturday SPRING AND SUMMER DRY ^
$&   GOODS and MILLINERY at prices never before offered in this city.   Ladies' Silk Shirt atfe
?a^   Waists and Blouses, Dress Skirts, Sun Shades, Gloves and White wear will be almost .^��
if&   given away.
W IN MEN'S FURNISHINGS we have Negligee and Regatta Shirts; latest novelties in
w   Ties and Neckwear; special value in Balbriggan and Silk Underwear.
W' IN THE HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT our Carpets, Rugs, Linoleums and
fX   Floor Oilcloths will go at cost prices.
W REMEMBER, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY.
*     FRED  IRVINE &  CO.
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NELSON DAILY MINER. THURSDAY, JUNE  28, 1900.
LOCAL  NEWS.
Clara MatheR' Company will appear
at the Opera House the week of July
2nd, opening Monday evening with
the very funny comedy "Brown's in
Town.'' They have just closed a
long anil very successful season at
Winnipeg anil the papers there and
elsewhere have given them Credit for
being an excellent company, Probably no publication in the United
States is more reliable on matters
pertaining to the theatre than Tbe
Ilramatic Mirror. The Mirror of
March lSth has this to say of .Miss
Matbes: "Miss Mnthe.s gave artistic
interpretations of her many different
rolee. The performances on the whole
were creditable, and tbe specialties
of MiHS Manna Matbes won much
applause." The plays given will
be oomedy and drama and the
time between acts will be occupied by
specialties. Popular prices will prevail during the engagement and Nelson's play-goers may look forward to
a week of lirst-elass entertainment.
Since the work upon the water mains
on the various streets of the city has
been fairly started it is intended that
it shall progress rapidly. The laying
of the pipes has been outlined by the
City Engineer as follows: On Front
Street from Hall to Ward, On Lake
Streets from Ward to'Hall, on Water
Street from Willow to the east city
limits, on Silica Street from Ward to
Josephine, on Hoover Street from
Ward to llendryx, on Kobson Street
from Ward to the reservoir. All the
streets except Water and Front are
laid with two-inch pipe but this will
be replaced by four and six-inch
mains. Kor the prevention of fire hydrants will be placed at the following
street corners: Front and Josephine,
Railway and Slocan, Hoover and Josephine, Robson and Stanley. Robson
and Josephine, It is estimated that
the entire cost will be about t?s,.",oi).
if any residents make applications the
pipes will be extended from the
niaius to the street line adjoining
their lots.
RIFLE PRACTICE.
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to DESIRABLE ATTRACTIONS $
���J. In Summer Goods.    Everything that the people want, iii
._. and  prices  to  please  the most  economically  inclined. __i
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���_���      White Pique Skirts;  Regular Price $1.75;  Slaughter Prioe      ()0c i_\
\ff      White Pique Skirts, nicely trimmed;  Regular Price lfH.f(); Slaughter Prioe  $1 75 'w\
...       White Pique Skirts, trimmed with black and white piping;   regular Price $5;  Slaughter Price     2 50 l_i
\Ai      Muck and White Checked Summer Skirts: Regular Price jSi;  Slaughter Price     150 U\
"_f     Colored Muslin Blouses;  Regular Price $1; Slaughter Sale Price      50c ���_���
| A/     White and Colored Muslin Blouses; Regular Price $2; Slaughter Sale Price      100 f��\
W     Colored Muslin Blouses, with white collars; Regular Price $3; Slaughter Sale Price    150 ,\.
\y Remember, the Slaughter Sale is still on, and everything iL
\V. is going at wholesale prices. -J-
| Martin O'Reilly & Co. 1
Spokane  Falls &
Northern R'v.
Nelson A
Fort
Sheppard R'v.
Red Mountain R'v.
Scores Made  By the Rifle Association
Yesterday.
The members of the Itillle Association were out at the range yesterday
and good scores were the rule. 11.
Bird succeeded in breaking the record
scoring a total of HI. the highest
average made on the ranges. The
previous record was 91 which was
scored by N. McLeod and twice liy
Mr. Hird. The scores are as follows:
:.'(lll YAKDS.
II. Bird 38, Dr. Hall   89, O.   Burden
86, 11.  Macdonnell  84,   Dr.   Bymonds
84, D.  McKay 89, T.   J.  I.eiidruni   88,
BOO YARDS.
Hird 38, Hall 111, Burden 80, Macdonnell 2H, Synionds 88, McKay 88,
Lend rum 17.
600 YARDS.
Bird 30, Hall 89, Burden B3, Macdonnell 8">, Bymonds 87, McKay IS,
Letulruin Id.
GLIMPSES  FOR  FIVE   CENTS.
The only all rail route between
all points east, west and south to
Rossland, Nelson and intermediate
points; connecting at Spokane with
Great Northern, Northern Pacific,
and O. R. & N. Co.
Connects at Nelson v ith steamer
for Kaslo and all Kootenay lake
points.
Connects at  Meyer's   Falls  with
I Stage daily for Republic,   and  connects at Bossburg- with stage   daily
for Grand Forks and Greenwood.
Lkave. Day Train. Arrive.
10.86 a. in Spokane 7:10 p.m,
12:06 p. m ltossland 5:30 p.m.
9:30 a, in Nelaon 8:00 p.m.
Night Train.
9:45 p.m Spokane 7 :05 a.m:
11:00 p.m Rossland fl:*) a.m.
H, A. JACKSON, G. P. & T.A.
Spokane  Wash
G. K. TAOKABURY,
Agent, Nelson. B.O
The Miuer lias on hand a number of
portfolios of "Glimpses of Soutli
Africa." There are no complete sets
left, numbering fnnn one to eighteen.
hut there are several of all other
numbers with the exception of three,
four, five and six. These will be sold
at live cents per copy.
FOR    SALE.
St. LeonMineral Springs
Property.
The property on Upper Arrow Lake
known as the St. Leon Mineral Springs
property consisting of ahont 47o acres
of land with hotel buildings aud vain-
able Mlueinl Springs, and a large trsot
of standing timber,^may be purchased
on reasonable terms. Abnolnto title
aud possession can ho given at onco.
Full particulars will he mailed on application to
GEO. S.  MoOARTKR.
Vendor's Solicitor, Revelstoke.
NELSON WINE CO.,
where vou can depend on getting tho best
iiranrln In the market and any quantity from
100. up,   I'rloes cannot be disputed,
'PIIONK !>.l.
Frank A. Tambi.yn, Mgr.,
P*KKR Street, Nelson
Notioe is hereby giveu that an extraordinary meeting of the shareholders of the Cascade Water Power &
Light Company, Limited, will be beld
ut the ollice:. of the London Ss British
Columbia i ioliliields, Limited, Baker
Street. City of Nelson, British
Colombia, on Wednesday tbe 5th day
of July at !i o'olook iu  the  afternoon.
The business to be entered upon at
the said meeting is as follows:
(a) For the purpose of considering
tbe giving of a further mortgage of
c-.viiiii. to be obarged upon all the
assets and property, both real and personal of tho company of whatsoever
nature or kind and upou all the in-
come nud also upon the undertaking
of tho Company generally, and if decided upon, to antborize tbe execution
of the said moitgage to secure the said
mi in of ��8,l!0n, with interest at 0 per
cent.
(b) To oonsider and aocept, should
it be so decided, the resignations of
the directors of the company.
(c) And, in the event of the acceptance of suoh resignations, to eleot
diroctors in the place of suoh retiring.
Dnted at Nelson, B. C.this I'Jib day
of.Iune, 11(00.
H. ALERS HANKEY,
Seoretary.
ARTHUR QEE,
Merchant  Tailor,
REMOVED   TO
Baker  Street,
Opposite the Queen's.
Merchants' Bank of Halifax
Incorporated 1869.
Capital  r.ihl-np.     .    .     .     $l,��Kr��,Q70.00 1   Kt'si $l,7M,0M.a
Ronnl of Dlreotorfl:   Thomas K. Kenny, President;  Thomas Ritchie. Vice-Pre-idtinL.
Wiley Smith, II. Q. liiiuld, lion. H. H. Fuller, M.L.C.. Hon. David MaoKeon.
Head Oflice, Halifax 1
General Manager. BdbOD L, P_nno, Montroal.
Superintendent of Branches, and Secretary, W. B, Torrance, Halifax.
Inspector, W, K. Brock, Halifax.
lurtpeclor I*. Al. Stewart, Montreal,
Branches!
Nova Brat la-Halifax Branch, AntlffOnlsh, Bridgewater, Quyabcro. Londonderry, Lunenburg.
Maitland (Hunts Co.), I'ictou, Port Biiwkehbury, Sydney, Snubonacadle, Truro, Weymouth
New itrtn.su lfi. Hut hurt, DorchcKlcr, Frederictnn, Kingston (Kent Co.), Monclou, Newcastle, Sauk ville, Woodstock. I*. ti. Inland���Charlottetown, Summorside. Quebec���Montreal
(City Office}, Montreal. West End (Cor. Notre Banie and Seigneurs Streets); Westmount (Cor.
Greene Avenue aud St. Catharines Street, Ontario���Ottawa. New found land ���St. John's
I'uiiii, West liMlles���Havana.  United Mates���New York (10 Kxchange Place) Republic, Wash
BRANCHES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Vancouver, Vancouver East End, Victoria.
rorrrapoudruta i
Canada   llrrHu ni   Mnnk of Canada..   Bmtm��� National Shnwnint Bnnk.   Chicago��� Amorloa
National Hunk.   Hun  Fr.iM'lM'i,���First National  Hank,    i.,iimI���ii, E.g..- Bank of  Heollnnd.
I'nris, France���Crodit LyonnidH.   Bcruiuila���Bank of Bermuda,   f'lilna mid Jnimit ���Hong
Kong and Shanghai Banking I'oi'Iiomtlou.
Ueneial Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange  Boughl
and Sold, Letters of  Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable terms.   Interest allowed on special
deposits and on Saving Bank accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.O.
Place Your
Orders for
WE MAKE A SPECIAL FEATURE
OF  DECORATIVE  SIGN PAINTING
DOMINION   DAY SIGN   PAINTING
Streamers, Banners,
Signs and Mottoes    .
When turned out by our artist arc works of art. They Will ailil to the
appearance of your display. Poor work will detract from it. We will assist
you in determining what you want. Hive us plenty of time uy placing your
orders nt once.
F.   J.   BRADLEY  &   CO.
Corner Josephine anil Victoria Streets.
Nelson, British Columbia
Slater Shoe Polish
Many m.^n usi poor dressing on their shoes and whin the shoe suffers
as a result, blame the shoe instead o( the vandal polish.
��� Slater Slice Polish Is made to
protect " Slater Shois," keeps the
leather sofl, pliable, healthy ; prevents cracking and insures satisfactory shoe service ; equally good
for ladies' and children's shoes.
Every botllc contains a coupon
good for S cents, on the price of
iter Shoes."     Price 25 cents
per bollle, and It's worth It,
Get a copy of " Leatherfood,"
a booklet telling it's history.
LILLIE BROS    Aberdeen Block.
.t^lfli
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V
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__fe��ri*rir
Ifeyfi
Great West
8ILVER KINO MIKK
Will pay the highest cn��h price for all
kinds of Henonri hand good*. Will buy
nr sell anything from an anchor to a
needle. Furniture, Htnves, car porta,
cooking ntensils, bought in household
qnsntities. Also oust off clothing.
Oall and Bee inn nr write. Address
Silver King Mike, Box 200. Hall
Street, Nelson, B. C.
V. O. GRKEN        F. B, OLKMKNTH
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
Surveyors.
P. O. Box Ho NelHon, B. C.
HOTEL  ROSSLAND
VERNON ST., NELSON.
Nelson's Newest Hostelry. Complete in every respect,
It has just been opened and the
public is invited to visit it,
RATES
By the week from $5 to $f>.
By the day 81.00.
J. V. O'LAUGHLIN, Prop-
OSLER  & M'DOUGALL,
Mining aud Beal Eatate .gents,
Houses and Lots on Reasonable Terms,
See Our Lists.
Olllee, Vlotoril Street, Opposite
Phair Hotel.
HONEY TO LOAN
At 8 Per Cent
On iijmiI Property.
H.R.Cameron
Baker Street.
NOTICE.
Take notice that Kwong Ynon no
longer peddles vegetables for me, nnd
all iie.cnuntH must be paid to mn or
Chinamen having bankets bearing my
uanie. LUM. .
Nelson, June 24th,  I1MK).
A. R. BARROW, a. mice
Provincial  Land  Surveyor. )
Ourusr Viotoria nud Koolonay Sis.
P. 0,   BOS 560. Tele phi 111., No,  (IS
CHARLES ST. BARBE,
Stock and Store Broker.
GENERAL AGENT.
THE PAVILION
At 5-Mile Point
The best Summer Hotel on Kootenay
Ijikp. Always cool and Hlinily, with
beautiful walks and splendid scenery,
One ol the best spills for fishing 1111 I In
lake. First-elnss table and bat. Best
of attention.
It. !���'. PERRY, Manager,
Kootenay Railway and Nav.
Compauy, Ltd.
Operating
KASIX) A 8I/H3AN IIAILWAY
INTKltNATIONAh NAV. A TRAD. CO.
Hohodulo of Time.       I'lieiilc Standard rime.
BfRMUVe Fobrunry Int. KWO
KA8! 'J & HIXKtAN ItY.
I'nssonKor train for iiamloi, and wayututlona
loaves   Knslo at D a. ni., dally.    KolurnlnK,
leu\ !������������ Hundon al 1.15 p.ui��� arrfvliiK at Kaslo
111 3.55 p.m.
INTKUNATIONAI, NAV. A TKAD. CO,
Operating oil KooUinay I^ike anil Hirer.
Sir. "Inlernallonal" leavos Kaslo for Nolson
ut 0 a. in. dally oxoept Sunday. Heturnlnir,
tuuvos Nelson at 11.10 p.m., calling al Balfour,
1 'ilni Hay, AliiKwic Hi and oil way points. Con-
iiccIh with H. F. It N. train in and from Hpo-
knno al Five Mile Point
LAKDO-MJNCAN   DIVISION.
Hloainer Artfunla lua\'es Kaslo Tnutulays and
Fridays at II11. in. for the head of navigation on
the Upper Duncan Klver; rettirnltiK leaves
Hall    I .ami ini' Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Sloamerfl call al principal landing ln bolh
directions, nnd at other points when signalled
Tlokols sold to all points in Canada and the
United Slates.
To ascertain rales and full Information ml
dross!
KOBKIIT IRVINU.
Mnnaser, Kaalo, R.O.
PYLE'S   PEARLINE
Large Size
15  CENTS
For Sale By
Western Mercantile Oo, Ltd
8T. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL
Nki jto.N  B. C,
A BonrdliiK and Day School conducted by
tho HlMlcrH of Bt, JoHonh of INiaco. It, 1-iniiu
j-1 I'd at thucorncrof Mill ami JoHuphlno HtrocU,
in ono of tho boHt roHldontlal portlonri of Nol-
hod. and ia easily aocoNHiblo from all uArtft-
of tho city.
Tho counio of Httidy IncIudoH the fundamental and higher branohoH of a thorough KiiKHrih
nl 11.mi inn. ItuHtnoHM <-tiui-r Bookkeeping,
:'iii'iiii|ini|ihy and Typewriting,   L_cienco ooume
Mn .if. Vocal and IiiHtmmental; Drawing,
etc.���Plain and Art Noodlework; (lallfltheulcH,
0fcO,
Kor tornw anl nartlciilara apply
Hnnnrlnr.
H. & M. BIRD
AGENTS   KOR
Eureka  Mineral Wool
and Asbestos Co,
Real Estate, Fire Insurance.
Private Funds to Loan.
FOR RENT.
House ou Carhounta Strent, 3 Monks
from tbe post oflloe nontitiiiiiiK Dining
Room, Untwine; Room. Kitclicin,
Pautry,Large BuHomint, !1 Pert Rooms,
Dressing Room and Bath Room. Heated throughout with ooal furuano. Possession July Hth. Rent per month *!!(>.
2 Mr. Perks honse across the lake non-
tafnlug Sitting Room, two Bed Rooms
and Kitchen. Fnrnishod complete.
Possession July 1st. Kent pBr month
fit).
Oertifioate of Improvements.
Notioe���Venango and Sheiinngo mineral olaim, situate iu the Nelson Min
ing Division of West Kootenay District. Where located���On west side of
Eagle Creek, about '.',01 mi feet Routh
wnsr of the 1'001 nian quart*, mill.
*l'nWo notice tbat 1, Chas. Moore of
Kaslo, B. O., acting as agent for Thos.
R. Fiennh, F. M. 0. No. 11,805 B nnd
Isaac Erickson., Free Miner's Certificate No. 11,304 B, intend, Bixty days
from tbe date thereof, to apply to the
Mining Reoorder for a Oertifioate of
Improvement for the purpose of obtaining a Orown Urant of the above
olaim.
And further take notice that action
nnder section 37, must he commenced
before the issuance of snoh Oertifioate
of Improvements.
Dated this 25th day of April,  Hum.
OHAS. MOORK, P. L   S.
GEEAT NORTHERN
RAILWAY.
rm
NONE BETTER.
SOLID VE8TIBULED TRAINS.
PALAOE DINING AND OBSERVATION
0AR8.-MEALSala0ARTE.
Close connection East and Westbound lit Spokane with trains of tbe
trains of the Spokane Falls niul Northern Railway.
Direct connection at Ht. Paul without, change of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and all points West and South.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 10:15 a.m
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at 7:15 p,ni-
\Ve8t-bounil trains make direct connection for Victoria and Vancouver,
Portland, Han Francisco, and all points
on the Sound.
During the season of navigation East
houinl trains connect at I iiilui li with
the magnificent steamships North West
and North-Lund of theNorlheru Steamship Company Lino, operated in connection with the Great Northern Railway.
For further information, maps, folders, etc,, apply to any agent of .Spokane
FhIIs Is Northern Uy., Kaslo It Slocan
Hy , Koolciini K.-iilivny St Navigation
Co., or to
F. I. WHITNEY.   H. A. .TAOKSON,
< ienl. Pass. A Tki. Agt,   Oom'cl Agt.
St. Paul, Min      Spokane, Wash
Atlantic S. S. Lines
From Montreal
Allan  Linn Tunisian Juno .to
Allan l.iur N'un.Idian Iuly 7
I join in inn   Line  Vancouver July 7
Beaver Line Lunitanlu June _t)
From Now York
White Star Uno Majontlc  July.
i 'iiiiiiid Uno Lucanla June 'Mi
Anchor Line City of Home '  :'<<>
North German Lloyd Kabor YVilliulm dor
Groa.se I uly 3
Allan Htatti Line Hlale of Nebraska... J une 'M
From Hostou, MiifH
Cunard Une Ivornla Junu^i
I'uHsageH arranged to and from all Kuropean
imini.M. For rated, tleke.Haud full Inroriuntuin
apply to il P, H. (ii'i'ui agent or \V. Y. Auder-
Hon.t'ity Pauenger Agent. Neleon. B. 0,
Goneral Agent, (M'.H. DfHeu-, WillQ|peg.
GRUGIBLE GAST STEEL
WIRE ROPEE
7 S inch dim,,. .$i:i.6()per UK) feet    P������
n.in.ediato  delivery    in \JZ
J. G. T. CROFTS,
P. O. Box 676. Nelson. B. 0��
"BUY IT.
The Miner is on sale at the fol
lowing news stores at five cents ner
copy: *
Gilbert Btanler
Thomson BUUonery t;o
CnniulH llriiK&Rook Co.
Hotel Ilium- News aiaud
iioiui lMiair News-land
li. 1'amnltoll
O. F. Nelson
J. Y.  i iriimry
H. A.   Ilnulsliaw
Hlocun Nows Ho.
Thomson Bros.
1...������������>��� 11 & Young
11. A. King ft Uo
Nolson
Nelson
Nelson
Nelson
Nolson
���     . Ymir
Nowlloiiver
Hoso berry
Hlooau Oity
_   Sandon
Vancouver
_       Kaslo
11 icon wood
and News   Agents   on  boats  and
trains out of Nelson
KOOTENAY COFFEE CO
Our Fresh Boasted Coffee Best of
Quality, as follows :
Jiivu und Arabian Uoeha, per pound I 40
.in ��:i and Mocha Ml mil, s pounds  1 UI
Kino Haotos, I iiounds  l oo
Siinlos Hloml, 6 pounds  1 no
Our HuoniulBlend, li pounds..  1 u>
Our Hio Roast, li pounds  100
A TKl.ll, oititvu -oi li 11>;���>.
S.M.KSUIlllMS :
2 DOORS EA8T OF ODDFELLOWS
BLOCK, W. BAKER ST.
NELSON,        -        B. C.
The Cottage Hospital, Nelson
A private Hospital, Medical, Soroi-
cal aurl Ohstelrioal cases nursed iu tbe
House. Private room $20 and |I5 a
week. Beds in ward $1'.' a week.
Nurses sent ont to pi ivate houses at $15
a week. Apply to Tin- Misses (Iriuk-
raay
NELSON kZj
j_ IRON w
ft WORKS
NELSON, B. C.
Iron ami RritMM ftuttilgl of Every D��rrl|��
lion.   Itrpiilrn   ami    Jobbing
Ktt A snrmn.
CHUHCII DIRBOTOBY.
H. Saviouh'h [Knoi.ihiiJ Chuhcii Corner
w.inl ami Hiliea m-. HundayH: Holy Com-
niunlou 8 a. in.; ami on tho lHt and :irtl i_umla)-H
In tho month artor MaltinK; Muttlnr>ut 11 a.m.;
Sunday School 2,;*0 p.m ; KvoiiNonK 7.IW. Dully:
M.it i in- ,ii '.i:'" a. in. ThurNtlnyH and Salnt'n
Daym Holy Cominunion 10 a. in. Fridays
BveHMDg < .3(1 p. tn., followoil by choir prac-
lioo. H. S. AkohurKt. Koetor. Ynsd Irvluo,
UOO. .Inlin  I tint'.  WartloiiH.
Catholic  CiiLmcii-Corner^Vanl and Hill
���traetB Miuw ovory Sunday aL 8 ami 1D.UU a.m
Honodiction at 7.30 p.m.   Miins ovory wook day
ut7.15u.ni.   Hov.   Kathor Forland Hector.
IMtKHllYTKHIAN ClIUHCH���SorvlOOH at 11 (l.lll.
and 7.%) p.m. Hunday School at 2.30 p.m.
Hmyor inoottnK Thursday ovonlng al 8 p.m.;
Chrlritian Kndoavor Sooluty niootw ovory Tuesday ovonlng at 8 o'clock. Hev, H. Frew,
Pan tor.
Mktjiw.hht Chuhcii���Cornor Silica and
Josephine SlrootH.   Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30
fi, m. ; Sabhath School, 2,30 p.m.; Prayer mooing on Friday ovonlng nt 8 o'clock- Kpworth
League C, K.. Tuosduy at 8 a.m. Hov. John
HnhHon, Pastor.
Salvation Akmy���Bervtc h o%'ery evening
at 8 o'clncli In barrack'i on V ctort street
Adlndant Kdgoonnibo In charge.
Uaitiht Chuhcii ��� Sorvloos morning and
oven in if at II a.m. and 7.30 p.m.; Prayer meet,
ing 'I'luii'Mlay ovonlng at 8 p.m. the H. Y
P.U. Tuesdav ovonlng at 8 o'clock. Stranger,
cordially welcomed. Itov. ti. J.Coulter While,
I 'u -��� i n i ���.
LODGE MEETINGS.
A
NBL80N UlllOK,   No. _1, A.Y.A A
M. r11,-,-1   aecoiiil WoilnoHtlay  in ouch
month.   Vi iiiiiK liiri 1i,-iii wiilcointi.
jjBjr       I.  O.  O.   Y.     Koolonay  IauIko
jSb No. Hi, moola ovory Monday night,
^"^'   at  thoh   'lull,  Koolonay atroot
Sojourning Odd Kellowa cordially Invited.
John Boolejr, N. Q,   John A. Moltao, V. O.
I). W, Kutliurfonl, Roc.
Nolwin iMir.iiiiiinu'iit No. 7.   Mooln ovory ind
"nd uii Friday of uaeh moolh, In odd rellowa'
Hull, coiiuir Hakor anil Kootoniiy ulruolu,
Nolnon. A. II. UlnmonlH, O. P.J II. MoArlhiu,
B.B. YlalUng brothors always weloonie.
Two    first-class    HOTEL
SITES near proposed
new railway station.
Business and Residential Lots
in all parts of the original Townsite.
FRANK FLETCHER, P-L-S-
Land Agent.
Next Hunk of Montreal.
A R. SHERWOOD
General Agent for Southern B. C.
for the
BIrbeck Investment,
Security & Savings
Co., of Toronto. . .
Money Loaned on Straight Mortgage,
lli'iil Iv.i.'lr .niil liiKiininci-.
OOUHT KOOTKNAY. I. O. Y��� No. 3l:ft-
MeelliiKH Ith Thurwlny of month. Kralornal
hnll. J A Irvlnn C. It.   I'. It. KIimiiIiik. It. a,
NKI_ION   UlllOK   No.    ii, K. otP
. tur, i   jn K. of P. hull, OtldfolloWH blook
ovt-rv   TuoMilay  ovonlng ut 8 o'olook
]A1I vlaltlllg knlghtK cordially  lovitod
L. Scon- O. O.
 U, Joy. K. of It.and a.
~NKI.SON I..O.L. No. 1IC12 llioota in the Mac
llniiiilil blink ovory 'rinirsiluy evening at 8
-ih,, li. \ i inn;: iiiomtiorH conllally Invltod
It, ItoliliiNon. W. M.: M. I'rawfonl, 11. 8.
NO.  Ml
SUNS OK KNlll.ANH. iiii-.-Im
flrrtt nnd third Wednemlay of
oiinh month nt FiaUirnily hall,
curnor of Ilakor and Kootenay
HlreeU. Vlnltlng brethern niul
lull] InvltwI.
John Watson, Sooretary.
Nhl-UIN-   OUKKN
KNdl.AMI,
NKLSON AKItIK No. tt K. O. B., moola
ovory Huoond and fourlh Wedneiuluyiiiof eaoh
in mil li. \ i n mi: moiiibora oordlally luvlt-
I'linili-   Pro���Mr, SoorolAry.
GOOD   IIOFK    MINKKAL   OLAIM.
Situate iu tlm NoIbou   Minion   llivi-
moil of WiihI Kootiiiiuy Diatriot  Where
lonatoil: ou Morning Monntain, mljoin
ing lln- Algonui ininural olaim.
Itke notioe. that. I, Robert Boott
I.ininii, iih iigout for the AthabaHoa
Gnlil Mine, Limited, Free Miner'*
oertifioate Ho, i::iiiiii, intend uo dayH
from the ilutu hereof, to apFly to the
Mining Hnconler for a eerliileate of
iinproveiiieutH, for the pntpoae of obtaining a Grown Grant ot tbe above
olaim.
Ami further take notioe that notion,
nniliT Ni'i'iinn 117 iiiiiMi. be ooinmenoed
before tun InHuanoe of Midi Certificate
of Improvement*,
Duteil thin Kith day of June A. D.,
11100.
R. S. LKNNIE.
E. J.SCOVIL
NININC BBOKU,       ��*TAIV HIIBI.K'.
WliidonnorB Mine*  Oorraap ��� enooSolWted
WINDKKMKUB, 4. 0.
E- P. WHALLEY, J. P.
NOTARY   PUBLIC
Offloe With 0.  W.  West &  Co.,   Cor,
Hall and Rnkcr streets.
City Office of the Nelaon Soda Water
Factory,
ORIGINAL MINERAL OLAIM.
Situiih' in tho NoIhoii Mining Uivi-
Hion of Wont Kootenay dimriot. Where
loontfldj on Mineral mountain arijniu-
ing Mid Arlington Minu, near ttrie,
11. 0,
Tiiko notion that I, O. V). MoKenzie,
ngont Im tho U.iHtlngH (Kritiali Golum-
liin) Kxploration Hyntioate, Limiter),
Froe Minor'H nortilloato No. B 8111(11,
intend, flinty il.-.vn from the date In-in-
of, to apply to tho Mining Reoorder
for a Certllloate of Iniprovumentii, for
tho purpoflu of obtaining a Crown
Grant of Mm iitovo olaim.
Ami further tnko notioe tbat aotion,
mirier flection 117, mnnt be oommenoed
before the iHHiiauoe of huuIi Certifloata
of luiprovenienti.
Dated tbia l&tli day of Juno, niim.
0. I), MoKBNZIE, Aganl,

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