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Daily Edition No. 551.
Nelson, British Columbia, Friday, October 20,  1899.
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WAS DISHONEST
AND DISHONORABLE
The  Colonial Secretary of State Scores
Mr. Stanhope,
MR, CHAMBERLAIN'S GREAT SPEECH
Must Show That ihe Government Is Willing and Able to
Protect British Wherever They Suffer Injustice
and Oppression -Racial Animosity.
London, Oct. 19. ���The floor nnd gal- he could not claim acquaintance witb
leries were rlcnsoly crowded today in I a single member of it. Tho league was
the House of Commons in anticipation I one of the poorest peenniarly, but
of the speech by tbe Seor��tary ot State i at tho same time the most representa-
for the Colonies, M. Joseph Obamber- tive, political organization ever estab-
lain on the Government's policy in the lisbed. With regard to tho allegations
Booth African affairs DnriiiK the first: respecting his own association, Mr.
hour of thi session. First- Lord of the | Cecil Rhodes, ho declared from the
Treasury, and the Gnvi rnment leader, ; time of tlm Jameson raid, he bad no
Mr. Ar bur Balfour, promised to an- ! communication whether director in-
w r tomorrow to a question whether direct- with Mr. Rhodes on any subject
tn,' tin e n -e.it aided upon speciflo conueoted wilh South African pol-
noursp action  with  refereuoe to inter- ioy   Und seen the gentleman wichref
national oiinimission respecting future
lulii.iuistration in Snnioii. Secretary
"f State uu India, Lo.d Geo, Hamilton, reply i g to the qui tim. of expenditure tor Indian troops iu south Afri-
r.i, r-,��iisi the entire charge was to be
delira.v i. -.in of the Imp. ri.,i Exchequer.
Mr  Balfour, renlyiua   to   the inter-
 as       .vhc  '���'!    In    Irnr.i rial
- loveinm ml uu -v ri ��ii ������ in t tlio ���   iou
erenee to the Care to Caiio Railway
project and with reference tn Rhodesia,
but tho oonveraslio is had never touched upon tin siil-jeels now under (lis-
ot --sicii and he would remind the
horse that Mr. Rhodes, although a
millionaire, had gone to face danger a'
Kimb floy. (f'heers.) Passing t.
i e :> ueral question of the Government's      out!)    \frinaii   polioy.   Mi
of fa;-' Coluuj Premn '��� 9. Ohumherluiu sni.i in the light of re
,-��� ii..i-in.T and olhei members of the cent events aud utterances of Presidenl
Capo   Uov\'vn'i-i i.t   and as to  whether | Kruger be had come to the  corclusioi
the Governor of Ihe Cape C lony, Sir
Alfred Milmr, would be allowed to
dismiss the S< liU'iner WilllBtry, dissolve the Cap.' Legislature and temper-
arily assume full authority, said:
"This question is apparently founded
upon newspapei reports for which, so
far as tbo Imperial Government is
aware there are no foundation. Mr.
Balfour announced the present sitting
of Parliament: he regarded ns -a complete session, be terminated bv prorogation aud not adjonrned until February,
Mr Chamberlain, who was loudly
eheerul upon rising began With severe
criticism of Ihe action of the opposition at the previous meeting of Parliament. Their statements, he si, id,
calculated to enoourage President
Kruger's resisteuoe and embarrass tho
Government. "Most difficult and the
most critical functions, " referring to
Mr. Stanhopes demands yesterday for
production of his (Mr. Chamberlain's)
letter tn Mr. Hawkesley said he would
gladly produce this affair if William
Vornon Harcourt and Mr. John Morley who wore members of the South
African comniittoe demanded it.
Tho Speaker, Mr. William Court
Golly iuteivened, saying the language
of the Colonial Secretary was "bevond
Parliamentary bounds." Mr. Cham-
beilaiu retorted lhat it was impossible
to adequately describe Mr. Stanhope's aooussation that he (Mr. Chamberlain) and Sir Alfred Milner had
fomented war.
"The prosent Government always
welcomed all honest ami honorable
criticisms of their policy," said Mr.
Chamberlain, "and I wish I could apply these epithets to the speech of the
Hon. Member for liuiuley" Mr.
Stanhope, leaping to his feet, cried:
"1 r'se to oidtr. I thought lit yesterday to nrraign the o liiluet ot tlio
Secretary of S.ote f i the Colon e*.  He
speai.s of my   nti
and ryahone.st.    i a
plied to the Monib i
(Opposition t hi ors).
Tim speaker: 1 thini
of tlio Secretary of .^'iil
onies i- goiu�� son e binti
The n Bt of lis wor b
��� h -ii ra I" i t iry st-in
 ap
that-war always has been inevitable,
all hough it was only lately he had
himself most reluctantly reachod this
view.
Ho had hoped for peace and striven
to maintain it, and up to a recent
date, he,had believed that peace was
possible. He had always been determined io secure justice for tho Britishers in South Africa, and maintain
the paraniouncy of Great Britain but
with these things assured, he desired
peace. VV'liene"er there had been a
doubt as to President Kruger's motives, the Government hnd always given him the benefit of the doubt.
Turning to the principles involved in
the war, the Oolunial Secretary went
on to say, "If we maintain our existence as a meat power in South Africa,
wc aro bound to show that we are
willing and able to protect British
subjects wherever thov have suffered
injustice aud oppression. Great Britain must rjmaiu the paramount power
in South Africa. I do not moan paramount in the Gorman and Portuguese
possessions, but in Hie two Republics
aud British Colonies. Everyone on
hoth Bides of tho House is determined
to maintain these great principles The
peace of South Africa depends upon
Grunt Britain's accepting the responsibility in tho Transvaal. The Boer oli
gari'hy has placed Britisli subjects iu a
position of inferiority aud what would
hav heen the British position, if they
had submitted to that inferiority?"
Mr. Chamberlain then proceeded to
Government havo had u suspicion
amounting to knowledge that the mis
siou of Or. .Levds is one continued series of negotiations with foreign powers
against tne British. (Loud cheers )
The Transvaal and the Free State have
an ideal which is dangerous to Great
Britain and by tne continuous accro
tions of arms, tho Transvaal hns he-
ciiie i.v far the most powerful mili-
n    fii'ii
'���That was a danger ami    we   have
o of the ui atesl   dangers we
 l'   a   |hi ted to in Africa,    The
II e ,n . . e w ole poini uf difference between the
(or t e Col- Op siti .ii n.id ihe Government is as
Hyond ' ' ...'lie  li-talls of the negotiations. Just-
, -   dr    a.'.I   ityi'.g   bis   oonduot   of    affairs,   Mr.
in wild cheering and shouts of "with- Chamberlain  denied Ihe  question  of j
diaw."     Mr.     Chamberlain     calmly  suzerainty   had   neither irritated  the:
waited until the  unr.nir had subsided, j Transvaal   Government    or   seriously,
and then  snid'.   "I how   with all  'e.  affeJted tbfl negotiations     As  for  the
spent, Mr. Speaker, to   vonr   decision,   franchise fur the Uitlanders he dnelnr-
I Withdraw   everything   I have said." I ed   that  tho   Government   had   never
Then,   amid   frequent   Ironical   Irish  shifted its ground and that everv point
Oheers, he proceeded to   denounce   the   advanced at the   Illoemfonteiu Confer-
"camnaiKii of slander." anoe by Sir Alfred Milner had remain.
Dealina with the criticism made up-  ed ou tho paper until the  ultimatum,
on the   South African league, he said  "and"   he  added,   "I am much more,
afraid of the charge of being too moderate than of the charge of being excessive. " Continuing, he said: "The
Government's reply to the Transyual
accepted tho rivo yearn franchise proposal, except in respect of the pledge that
Great Britain would never interfere in
the Transvaal internal affairs, but they
hoped that if the five yeur franchise
measure was carried into effect, there
wonld bo no uccasiou for interference.
I believe that influential advisors, I do
not ineau foreign powers,must have intervened and influenced the Tranvnal
Government to withdraw their offer.
As for the last proposals formulated by
the British Government,! may say that
the desire nt the Right Hon. Member
for West Monmouthshire, Sir William
Vernon Harcourt,that ttiey be published will nover be gratified. That ultimatum is buried and is not likely to be
discuss the question of racial animosity, denying that this feeling, which
he said, was based in South Africa,
in contempt would be increased by
hostilities. He declared that racial
animosity had not been created by anything the presont Government had
done, but that it existed before Her
Majesty's present advisory had assumed responsibility. Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman interposed with the
remark: "What I wish to point out,
is that the feeling of animosity will
be increased a hundred fold when the
Dutch aud English are slaughtering
each other."    (Opposition cheers.)
Mr. Chamberlain retorted: "I say
again, that the racial animosity which
hns been the curse of Sontn Africa is
based on contempt, hate is bad enough,
but I would rather have a man's hat-
rod than his contempt. There will
never he an end of racial animosity,
nor will there ever be peace in South
Africa until both races have learned
to respect cadi other." Referring to
the lelations of the Boers with the natives, Mr. Chamberlain said: "There
is ono subject not dealt with in the
blue books, I mean the disgraceful
Boer treatment of the natives, un-
worthi.i civilized power In 18'JC I
actually sent a message to Sir Hercules
Robinson, of the Transvaal, respecting
the treatment of natives, Then oame
the Jamieson rain ai'd our South ? ri-
enu officials decided that they could
not, with propriety, present the ii-ea-
sage. Tho Boers, in their own words,
tioked because thoy wanted to "wallop
the niggers." Mr. John Dillon cried:
"That is not true," this was followed by loud demands for order, and the
Speaker called upon Mr.Dillon io withdraw the remark. Tho latter responded : "I havo not imptnehed the veracity of the  Colonial   Secretary."
The Speaker: "I hope such experiences will not recurr. "   (Cheers.)
Proceeding to discuss the question of
supremacy, Mr. Chamberlain said:
"The whole object of the Boers has
been to oust the Queen from her portion. Now they have thrown off the
mask and declared themselves a sovereign independent state. Her Majesty's
resurrected.''    (Laughter.)
misunderstandings, so the matter was
laid before that office through the
cable. In consequence, it became np-
paient that it would not be possible,
owing to the difference in time between Washington and London t.. per-
fo"t nn agreement today, though at
the close of offico hours here there was
a confident belief that the end would
com", tomorrow or next day.
SAVED BY LIGHT WINDS.
Columbia Outdistanced Her   Competitor.���May Bo Two More Races.
New York, Oct. 19.���Had the wind
held todny, the Columbia-Shamrock
series for the America cup would have
ended in three straight heats fur the
defender, anil tho Irish oup challenger
would have sailed home without Iho
trophy. When the race was declnred
off about ten minutes before the expiration of the time limit, the Columbia
was leading by about three miles. She
was then four miles from tho finish
Hnd the nine ended, tho challenger
would have been beaten by at least
20 minutes.
Sir Thomas' hard luck continued to
follow him. His boat was very badly
handled today in spite of the legula
tii ui talent aboard of her. The two
English captains and the captain of
the Emperor William's yacht Meteor
failed to get over the line before the
handicap gun was fired and she went
into the race penalized by two seconds
on that account. The additional ballast which was put into ber yesterday
also seems to have been a blunder on
the part of hei managers, as it has increased the sizo of the body to be
lorced through tbe water, and in tho
light air that prevailed today, retarded
instead of increased her speed. The
race will be on again tomorrow, and
even if the Columbia wins the race
ihore is a possibility that two more
ruces will be sailed. A suggestion to
this effect has been made and Sir
Thomas appears anxious that it should
be carried nut. Ho has been greatly
iiisappointed in the showing his boai
has made but believes she might do
better over a triangular course in n
heavier wind and bus said in word"
thnt he would be very pleased to sail
two more raw s.
NO RELIGION.
Japan
ALASKAN  AFFAIR.
Hay's
Last    Proposition    May    Be
Accepted.
Washington, Oct. 19.���Secretary Hay
bad a conference today with Mr. Tower, iu charge of the Britisli embassy,
relative to the Alaskan modus vivendi.
The Secretary had already given con
siderntion to the last proposal of the
British Government, nnd was prepared
tc submit the answer from the United
States, which m this cuse tnkes the
form of auother proposition. This Inst
proposition differs In no essential from
that already served as the basis of tho
agreement between Mr. Tower and
Secretary Hay' but ou close scrutiny
of the latest, form it was deemed arivis-
ablj by our Government tn make a
few changes in the text, solely with
the view to clearing up, beyond nny
ohanco of doubt, tno construction of
a few points of tho ngieement. It is
not doubted tho tho changes will be acceptable to the Britisli Government.
Indiod, they may be of a character
thut will warrant Mr, Tower accepting
them on his own responsibility. In
su, h ase the agreement may bo ratified in a very short time. Mr. Tower
may decide, however, tn siitin.it the
. linages to the foreign office by cable,
in which case the completion of thn
agreement mny be delayed for n day or
two There will be no formal document to receive the signatures of tlio
parties: to the agreement, as was the
case iu tho negotiations of the Belli ing
Sea modus vivendi, but thn agreement
defining the temporary honiidnry will
bo sot out in thu notes exchanged between Secretary Hay and Mr.   Tower.
Later in the day the   conclusion was
reachod that the safer coarse would bo
to secure the assent of the British for-
eign office to the exact  terms of agree-!
ment leaving no opportunity for future I
Will   Insist on That   in Public
Education.
Yokohama, Oct. 0, via Victoria, B.
0., Oct. 19.���The agitation of .the mis-
s'onary element here concerning the
position of the Government in excluding from all schools every semblance
of religiouB ttacuing still continues.
Representatives of the largo Christian
schools are preparing a memorial to the
educational department. It is not to be
expected, howercr, that it will have
any result, and the hope is expressed
by many foreigners that Japan may
be encouraged in her attempt to be first
among the nations to effect an absolute
separation of churoh and state in tho
conduct of educational institutions.
PRAYER OF THE COAST.
Request   Readjustment of  Philippine
Customs.
Portland, Or., Oct. 111.���The trustees
of the Chamber of Commerce resolved
to day to ask the War Department for
a readjustment of the customs in the
Philippine Islands. A reduction of 50
per cent, in tbe specific duty was requested on n number of articles, such
us fruits, pork, butter and cheese.
The trnstees ordered a telegram sent to
the Chambers of Conimeice of San
I'lnnciseo, Los Angles. Seattle and Ta-
coma, saying they would iudorso any
Pacifi I Coast man the Pacific. Coast job-
beia and manufacturers might name for
Interstate Commerce Commissioner
and asking if this procedure would be
ugreeable.
NO FRIEND  OF   GEN. OTIS.
Manila American   Man   Over to Fight
Lawtou's   Battles.
Vanconver.Oct. 19.���Among the passengers of thu Empress of Japan today
was Editor Lettmour, proprietor of the
Manila American. His niipsinn to
America is to urga the removal of Gen-
en.l Otis from ciiniiiiaud of tho United
Stntes forces in the Philippines and
the promotion of General Lawton to
tbe command. He pays that Lawton is
frequently denied the Iruiis of victory
by the hesitation of General Otis.
SUPREME REGENT AT MONTREAL
Montreal, Oct. HI.���W Holt Apgar,
Supreme Regent of the Royal Arcanum
in Canada is on an offlei il visit to the
members he.e. A banquet and reception in his honor will bo held thiseven-
Ing in the Masonio Temple. j
MAFEKING F
I500 WER
KILLED
The Boers Suffered a Very Severe Defeat
At Spruitfontein.
QUEEN'S SPEECH TO  HIQHLAN.DEB.S
'' 1 Hope you Will Return Safe and Well"   Vrysburg Has
Surrendered to the Boers ���Britishers Indignant.
Portugal's Neutrality- Noble Volunteers.
London. Oct. 19.-The War Office
this afternoon issued the following bulletin :
"No newBof importance has been received from Natal todny. The cavalry
attached to our forces at Ladysrnith
and Dundee are engnged. Steps have
been tnkeu to secure Pietermaritzburg
and Durban against raids on the western frontier. There is uo recent reliable communication from Kimberley
or Mafeking, as hoth places arc out Otf
from railway and tehgraph communication. It is believed that n skirmish
took place on Sunday, six miles south
of Kimberley and that the Bo,rs were
beaten off by an armoured train
Thero was some fighting at Mafekiug
on Friday or Saturday ending with ������.
repulse to tin. attacking force.
London, (J.t.    Ifl -Portugal, ac ���    -
ing to a flisputch from   Berliu hi
en distinot assurance nf liei neuti
Capetown,   Oct.     19.���(Delayed   in
transmission)���Premier Mr  Schreiner
continues to issue oicrulars to the
Dutch residents advising them tn
maintain strict loyalty to the Imperial
Government, The bfst authorities
here now agree that the danger of a
general revolt is very slight.
the dispatch says wns called into requisition to take the wounded men to
the hospital. The Daily Mail suggests
thnt these wounded wore from Mafekiug.
London,Oct. IS).���The Capetown correspondent of Tho Daily Mail tele-
gtaphs at 10:80 Thursday nigbt, say-
inn : ' Vrysliurt' surrendered Sun..ay.
Tonight's dispatches 1'i.ir K. niuuu,
11(1 mile- west by Booth (if Vrvsturg,
stati'fl that the police, hii'ini. withdrawn from Vrysboru, thi town surrendered to the Boers, .li" inhi bi'mita
tie. ing ii, all direct i ns. VI,en tbe po
lice withdre ��. the a ��� Boers not.lied
the  fact to th<   enei       ilms   inviting
rlicn to ta e pu-s, u.    i here  wns a
rful panic     Ch     Br tish are wildly
indignant at ibis  sonttlini .'
P eteru.arit/burg, Oct. 19. ���It is reported on trustworthy uuthmity that
the Boers in parties of two aud throe
are arriving iu Univoti country from
the Transvaal and are being aciomino-
datcd in various forms.
Pietermaritzburg itself is crowded
with refugees, to shelter whom all the
publio buildings are being utilized.
Theie is much distress.
Loudon, Oct. 19.���A dispatch from
Pretoria Bays that the Government of
tho Transvaal has ordered Mr. Joseph
Benjamin Robinson, millionaire gold
mine owner and chairman of tho Rob
insou South African Banking Com
pauy, who is now in London, to return
to Johannesburg, ou pain of the confiscation of his property. Mr. Robinson
says tho threat is ridiculous. He says
he is a British subject, tbat the Transvaal Government- has no right to demand his return and that his property
has not been and cannot be confiscated.
. iraugi  Rivet   ' lol   IU     Boei
ed a defeal on Sundu ���
!��� n   mill     -,,���,,-1.   .-������ | a
armoured train wanl out ro briiij , a
u in. Baid to have be. n onpturod by
tbe Boers near Spruitt'outeiu. A party
of BoerB who win encamped near by,
lowered the railway signal and displayed tho white ting, with tin- idea of
Inducing the driver to proceed. The
diiver suspected thnt the Boors were
iu possession and stooped tho train,
when the Boers issued in foroo nnd
fired but without effect. The British
replied from tlio train. About a dozen
Boers were killed. The British were
un scratched.
Seven hundred Boers surprised a
partv of thirteen Onpe Colony police
who were guarding the railway at Riv-
ertou Road, IS miles north of Kimberley, on Sunday morning, tho police
retired. A terrible explosion was
heard Inter and it is believed that the
Beors blow up tbo station. A relief
party of 25 police sent from Kimberley, met these Boeis near Riverton.
The enemy displayed a white flag to
induce tho troops to full into their
trap, but the police retired. Then tbe
Boers fired upon them. A bullet struck
the horse of Surgeon Major Snllivau,
who with a trooper whoso horse bad
stumbled and dismounted him was captured.
London, Oct. 20.���Thn Mail's Cape
town correspondent says: "It is rumored hero that news hns reached Deer
Junction that tho Boors attacked Mafeking but W3��P repulsed. The defenders seeing the enemy retreating pursued
them for some time. Then a feint-
was made and they cummennod to return on the town, allowing themselves
to be driven by the Boers, who, eager
to retrieve tlioir position again advanced to tho attack and wero drawn
over Lyddite mines laid for the defence
of the town. It is reported that 1,500
were killed by the explosion.
It is reported from Delngoa Bay that
the Swasi Kiug Bunu is oolloctiwz his
forces with tho object, presumably of
attacking 'he Beors. It in stated that
the Portuguese forces at Delagoa Bay
will I'H raised to war strength.
It is rnmored from Pretoria that an
eonentrie person, known as Baron de
Ginsberg, has been court martiaied and
shot as a spy. Plans of the local forts
were found in his possession. "
London, Oct. 19.��� The Queen drove
from Balmoral Castle to  the  Ballater
Bartackl yesterday In bid farewell to
the Gordon Highlanders, who aro going to tbo Oape.   After reviewing the
troops tho tjui'uu addressed them as
follows:
' i am pleased to son you looking so
well, und fit for duty. You ure going
On foreign service and I wish you ail
God speed. I hope you will return safe
and well."
Tho officers were then presented to
Her Majesty, tho men oheering and the
Queen bowing il is lumored that tho
channel squadron has boon ordered to
Queenstown.
Sydney, N. S. W., Oct. 19.���The
New South Wales Assembly has decided to despatch a contingent of troops
to tho Transyual.
London, Oct. 19.���The Duily Mail's
Capetown correspondent says that a refugee who bus reached Grahamstown
from tho Rand, states that a train arrived at Johannesburg on Monday from
Klortasdorp with 1)00 wounded Burghers.    Kvery   available    conveyance,
London, Oct. 20.���The Pietennaiitz-
burg correspondent of Tho Daily Mail
in a dispatch dated Thursday, says tho
brunt of the fighting at Beater's station yesterday wus sustained by tbo
volunteers,    Fighting was biiBk.
Tho Boers numbered 2,000. The
volunteers atone moment wero in great
neril being nearly cut off, hut the officers bundled tin'ir men splendidly and
the Maxims effectively stopped the
Boer rushes.    Tbo Bonis' shooting was
Continued on Fourth Page, NELSON DAILY MINER, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1899.
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Telephone   No.   144.
Another piecn of good fortune has
fallen at the feet of the Manitoba
Premier. Portions of the Dauphin dis-
iriot havo been ravaged by prairie fires.
They have been severer than usual,
many settlers having lest nearly everything they possessed. Dauphin is an
electoral district, the youngest in tho
Province, and is of uncertain political
complexion. Tho victims of the fire
aro obliged to appeal to the Government for assistanoe to tide them over
the coming winter. Mr. Greenway
has gone up to look over the ground,
and he will have forgotten his political
cunning if he does not turn the occasion to his political   advantage.
THE ASSIZE   COURT.
Prices
Backed by
quality	
We are .showing a
First-Class Line of
toves & Rao
Mr.   Hardy's  retirement  causes  no
surprise;   it   has been expected by  all
the   old   political    hands   for   several
months past. The rat tbat forsakes the
sinking ship gave him the cue, and he
is wily   enough   to profit by  it.    The
move means in  plain Enulish that the
Liberals  have  lost their grip on   Ontario, and that  there will bo a change
of Gorernment  after  the next general
election.    They have had a long reign.
They     began   well   with   Blake   and
Mackenzie twenty-eight years ago, and
Mowat  followed  so  successfully  that
he beat ali records in   British   Parliamentary   history.    His translation   to
Ottawa ns   Laurier's   Minister of Justice was the beginning of the ond.   He
left his shoes   with   Mr. H-irdy,   who
never from   the first   was   able to  fill
them, and he has gone stumbling along
ever since, descending with each step,
Mr.   G.   W.   Ross,   his   successor  as
Premier, in an   eloquent speaker,   but
nothing   else, he will   never carry the
Province.    With twenty-eight consecutive  years of power,   the  Liberals  of
Ontario can well afford lo havo   themselves shoved aside for a season of Conservative rule.
Last Criminal   Case Gives  the Jury u
Great Deal of Trouble.
Tho Boer General, Joubert, is one of
the host of tho lot, but he is  not  free
ironi tbe cant that  so impregnates the
Boer character .    Writing   to a   friend
in New York, he professes to fear that
England will force war  on  his   innocent  country.    He   does   not   decieve
himself with the hope, however,   thnt
British power  can   be successfully resisted, and says  that  "if there is no
God   in   Heaven   to   protect the Boer
then shall   their  name, or rather  that
ot the Africander nation, be no longer
hoard of."   Now   that   war has  been
forced,not by the Britisli but by bis own
people, wo  suspect   the General could
give a good guess as to  the outcome of
it.    He ;an hardly   expect   the protection of which he speaks, and   without
it he can see with half an eye that the
time is fust approaching when hiB people will be   afforded   a   second opportunity to do 'he grand trekking act.
When The London Times was remarking the other day on the splendid
conduct of the Canadians in ottering
to go to tho aid of the Mother Country
in the fight With tho Boers, it had to
take as its only available text a declaration mane by tie leader of the Opposition, rsir 1 buries Tapper, in a speech
delivered down iu iMiva Sontia. Thine
was me a w. id trom the Government
on which .. rinver could be placed.
But h '������ 01 1 here bo s long as Mr,
' n '    '        I r Ml     t rn ' i  lite -
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��� ec   ed t in   Grea      ill .i
the List she tumid wi hontl an ...a
it was-ulv when he discovered tha t e
Canadian people  i-.cn   of an entirely
differ.'ni opinion was  lur    myiu
tion from ihe  Government that a   0
Undent should be soul.
The Criminal Calender was concluded nt tho Assizes yesterday,earlier than
was expected. According to the announcement in tho Gazette the civil
sittings do not open till next Tuesday
tho 24ih instant. Yesterday morning
Mr. Justico Martin's announced that
iu older to save time and expedite business he would sit today. Saturday
and Monday and hear any cases which
might be brought before him.
Iu view of the unusually long Civil
List and the fact that ho hnd also to
go on to Rossland and return to Victoria for the sittings of the Full Court
on November ti. His Lordship asltert
the profession to endeavor to bring 011
their cases as soon as possible as he did
not wish io leave Nolson before clearing the docket.
Yesterday morning Mr. J. R. Costl
gan, Q. C., ninric application that the
bonds, amounting to $500, in the case
of Retina vs. Turubnll, be not estreated. Turnbnll. a gambler, of Fort
Steele, wns accused of robbing a wo
man of the unfortunate class of 0110.
It appears that he subsequently sent
two agents to the complainant offering
ber $100 to leave the country and not
to appear against him. She consulted
Constable Barnes, who took advice
from the Government agent, with the
result that the woman was advised to
accept the money which would prove
valunnle evidence for the prosecution.
She did so, bnt Tnriibull afterwards
jumped his bail, Mr Costigan sought
to make it appear that it was a put up
job on tbe part of the police, and that
Turnbuil hud left the country for fear
of the bribery charge. This theory
was disproved by the facts, and the
bail was estreated. Constable Barnes
was complimented by the judge and
Deputy Attorney-General MacLeau on
his conduct in the case.
The second case of Regina vs. Flanagan, accused of attempting lo indecently assault Mary Mnslonka, aged II,
was a source of great anxiety to the
jury. They retired at about 11 :lo a.
m. but absolutely failed to agree, being eventually dismissed at 0:ilo p. m,
It will be decided this morning whether Flanagan will be retried at this
or the next assize. Tho extreme penalty for the offense in question is two
yours and a whipping, It is' understood that the jury were about evenly
divided for and against the prisoner.
We never assert thnt a
price is low unless Ihe iloin
possesses every desliable
feature���unless it is an article we can recommend.
No mutter how low the
price, it is nerer of value
unless it possesses the necessary quality require-1
men is.
Cee-Dee
Pink Iron Blood Pills
The Great Blood Builder,
Nerve Tonic and Regulator,  we l'uily reoonmeud.
Which we are offering at
VERY  LOW  PRICES.
CALL  AND  INSPECT  OUR  STOOK.
VANCOUVER HARDWARE
LIMITED,
IMPOETBE8   OF
Shelf & Heavv Hardwir
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Etc., Etc., Etc.
COMPANY.
fN.^ORPORATn^r0i.
3 Boxes $1.00
PLUMBING and TINSMITHING
A SPECIALTY.
CANADA DRUG &
BOOK CO.
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REISTERER   &    CO.,
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer nnd Porter.
Drop in and sop us.
H.   BYERS   &  CO.
MINERS'   SUFPLIES.
Powder,   Caps,    Fuse,   Shovels,    Picks,
BAR   IRON   AND   STEEL,
ORE   CARS,
IRON    PIPE    AND    FITTINGS,
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IA large   consignment  of   all kinds of   Heavy   Hardware
just   arrived.
Christie Brown's
ruit
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NELSON,
B.C.   NELSON
KASLO
SANDON
Hudson's Bay Stores.
West Baker S(., Nelson.
Telephone 18,
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REMOVAL
A few months ago we were bearing
much   of   Major   Haider,   the   Renter
agent, who WRH out here   to study   the
mining situation.    At   Vancouver   iho
other day he said   he left .South Africa
heoanse be thought war was inevitable,
and   if   he  Btayed  he  would have  to
fight   on one side or the  other.    If on
lie- IJiitish side he might have to shoot
and kill some of his   Boor friends, and
if on the Boer side he might do injury
to his English friends.    And as he did
not wish to  do either, he took   his departure   for   a   far  country.     Taking
Major Haider nt   his own estimate,   it
may ho said that no ono in British Co-
liimhia   will   grieve  if he move on to
Alaska or Siberia,and thero bury himself.  The man who oan hold an even balance between Briton  and   Boer ia  not
in his element in this country.
The New Denvor Ledge refers to Mr.
Thompson, whoso   letter   appeared   in
The Miner n few days ago, as "a local
writor, with   nioro concoit   than   wisdom. " We do not know ithoot the conceit, hut   hy the   time be was through
with Tho Lodge's list of mine workers
it nud a  shockingly   mangled  appearance,    In the same paragrnph   it  says
that the aggregate of his ideas "would
hardlv   he     sufficient   to     tiokle   the
fanny-bone of a flea."   This passes for
wit, we suppose, in Ledge circles, lint
evni tho nimble flea would lio disgusted
with it.    The mine workers of the Klo
enn would bo none the   worse   of   another champion.
COUGHS
COLDS
Greatest opportunity to get Genuine Bargains in
New and Seasonable Dry
ever presented to the people of Nelson.
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Compelled by the force of a rapidly increasing business to
abandon our present over-crowded quarters
we have leased
rth-East Corner Josephine and Baker Sts.
lierliiin'b (Joiisli ( is 1 -. >a
nini|.ti n Cure hil li'.-. (.'iuiMiiii|i-
ti. 11. Scott's rami sion, I'uc Nor
vvegian ('...I Liver Oil, Laxative
Broino-Quluine ami a lumber of
others at.
McLean's Drug Store.
Prescriptions carefully prepared at
any hour of the clay or night.
Telephone No. 145.
Mam. Orders   Promptly 'Filled.
1'. O, Box 226.
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Let       ������- '   I > ':'"':'���"���'���'���   PG - ' -    ""
xb that tins us in reality a genuine Bargaii
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Millinery
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We are showing the latest
correct styles in Millinery,
wilb nothing lacking that
could add to (lie attractiveness and completeness of our
stock.
Mrs.   McLaughlin.
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MISCELLANEOUS
Advertisements Inserted under this head at
the rat" of one ooat a word por Insertion. No
advertisement taken foriem. than ssoents,
KOI1NIJ���A hunch of   koys, twelve in
immlier. Found on Cottonwood Creek
hy Milton MoOlandilh,    The same can
lie had   by calling at the  Miner oiHco.
Young man of good ehiiinelor can secure  pleasant   furnished room with or
without small   sitting   room ; also  use
oi hot uml cold water bath,   Mrs. Mc-
n.innit,   Mines Road,  Cor.   Stanley
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Bargains in Ladies' Mantles.
"       " Dress Goods.
" Ladie's Suits.
" Children's Reefers
" Cors.ets.
" " Gloves.
"       " Ladies'TJnderwear
Bargains Ladies' Night Gowns
''       Top Skirts.
" "       Underskirts.
"      Blouses.
''      Wrappers
''      Flannelette.
"      Table Linen.
Bargains Table Oil.
Grey Flannel.
Sheetings.
"       Blankets.
Lace Curtains.
Men's Underwear,
Men's Shirts.
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In fact our whole Stock will be one mass of Bargains from I
the beginning until the end of Sale '>"
Martin  O'Reilly & Co.*
TERMS   CASH.
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3 NELSON DAILY MINER, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1899.
OFF TO THE FRONT
OAPTAIN   H0D&IH3    ASD   TilREfl
MEN GO TO SOUTH AFBIOA-
Who   Havo   Been    Selcoted���Will   Give
Jliem a Seul-Ofl'-Fuitv-two
Tbouaaml Volunteers.
The hopes an 1 anxieties of those who
have volunteered for service in the
Transvaal have been set at rest at last.
Captain Hodgins yostoiday received a
tulegram from Colonel Peters accenting his otter of service, and directing
him to bring tlnee men with him, As
so few could be accepied, the disappointments are naturally numerous,
especially when it is remembered that
there were 70 applications ail told,
though rather more than half of these
could not pass tire medical test tor var
ions reasons Still th- fart tbat so
many volunteered is ampin proof, if
any should ho needed, of the loyalty of
Nelson people which may he taken as
a fair sample of the f'coJing which pre-
vails.througbout the Dominion, The
difficulty every where is, not to get
men b t to make selections fi im those
,i h i >>:; .ii :i ic - themselves :���-'. I ,'. a
gratifying to note that Nelsnu ih nut.
one whit behind her sister cities.
The three men chosen nre Sergeant
Vi'  .1   ii   Dickson, . ���.    Pr . atas   V 11 v
IJic.ksoti is the senior sergeant in tin
company and has devoted a great deal
of time and trouble to ihe local company Whilo ho liis seen no active service, he has roughed it a good deal in
Australia and the Northwest Territories, experiences which should help to
render him a mo��t efficient recruit,
J!r Paterson has the medal for the
Mat ibele campaign of I8!)(i, when ho
was troop Sergeant Major in Gilford's
horse. He speaks Kaffir and sinie
Dutch, knows South Afrioa well and
should he nf great service. Mr. Lee
h,.s served in the volunteers in England for five years, and is one of the
oldest nienihers of the local   company.
All three passed an absolutely first
class medical examination It is noteworthy that all three hail from Scotland.   Capt. Hodgins is a Canadian,
The telegram stated that Captain
Hodgins and his men should start for
Vancouver on Sunday, but the captain
has asked leave to join the British Columbia di't-icliincnt en route to permit
nf completing necessary business arrangements, If they leave on Sunday
there will be a church parade of the
Nelson Kiflf. Company, who will attend a special service at St. Saviour's
Church, subsequently escorting the volunteers to the depot.
It is expected that thero will he a
large crowd presont to speed the Nelson's contribution to the Canadian contingent They are embarking ou a
serious enterprise, and, while many
would he only too glad lo have their
chance, the nature of the campaign on
which they aie emhurkiug and all
it entails will not ho overlooked. As
a proof of the loyal enthusiasm which
prevails throughout the country it may
he mentioned that no less than 42,000
men volunteered, us well as every officer < n the active militia list. Nelson's
quota may be small, but it is ono of
which none need be ashamed, and all
will join in giving n hearty s"iu! off lo
llie Nelson boys on their way to tho
front.
Mr��. McLaughlin is showing a  line
Hue of French Cors. is.
N15I ��� . '���    " : ���   iLIC CHUH "'.
Hi
omitted anyone, he will be glad io
send tickets on application being made
to him. However, as fooh as tho eer-
vice (morning or evening) has commenced, all chairs not already occupied
will lo free to anyone not having, a
ticket.
The services will  be repeated on the
following Sunday so those who are un
able to find  room   next   Sunday   will
still havo an  opportunity  of  bearing
them.
Typewriting, Shorthand and   Hook-
keeping    taught.    Terms   reasonable
Call at Miss H,   Brandt   Hansen's, in
Ihe Applewhaite Block.
LOCAL  AJMD PERSONAL
Three drunks contributed |16.76 between them to the City treasury yesterday.
Ten men wore let out at the Silver
King mine yesterday. They consisted
of both miners and muckers.
Messrs Dixie Davenport aud A. W.
Rons, ihe insurance experts, were in
Nelson yesterday on their way to Fori
Steele.
Mrs. James Lawrence and daughter,
who has recently lecovered from an attack of illness, will leave tomorrow on
a visit to Winnipeg.
Mr. W. H. Dowsing has sn]d the vn
ant Bakei st. et Iul east , l tl eQuetii
Hot.d nn iir. L.il.uu and Mr. J?. >>
Teei/.el. for 14,600.
Attention is nailed to the new "nn'
f the ; 1,1,   Barbel Shop.   .nr. MoLeo
d   !���    -he . nt re s itia
��� ���   ���     ti  any on    visiting him,
^ During Captain Hodgiu's absence u.
South Africa, Lieutenant Beer will
ci,minium tlie Nelson Rifle Company.
and Mr. Curtis will attend to his business as architect.
Mr. F. W. Cameron, of Vancouver,
has accepted a position with,, the C.
V. li. Telegraph Company in Nelson
for tne winter., Mr. Cameron commenced his new nuties yesterday.
Percy F. Godenratb, traveling correspondent of The Spokesman Keview is
again in town on his way to the
Boundary Country. He is quartered
at the (jueeu's Hotel, where his mother
is also a guest.
When the repairs now being made to
the steamer Moyie are completed she
will make the round trip to Kootenay
Lauding daily throughout the winter,
thus handling the entire passenger
truffle of the Crow's Nest Pass.
The Revs. Robertson and Gordon
passed through Nelson yesterday, th
former nn his way to take charga of
the Presbyterian Church at Urand
Forks, whilo the latter was proceeding
to Cranhrook on a similar mission.
Mrs. Thomas Rowley, of Tacomn,
Washington,nnd her two little girls, arrived ill tho City last night. She
came to meet her husband,Mr. Thomas
Rowley, one of The Miner's employees,
and will reside in Nelsou in tho fu-
tnre.
Mr. Pearl Fleming returned last
night from a duck hunt at Kooteuay
Landing. He bagged lifrfen tine birds
hut reports tho shooling poor on account of the extreme wildness of the
birds Geo. Wilson mid party are expected home from their  shoot today
. Mr. F. W. Frith and Miss McAllis-
tor, both of Moyie, were yesterday
joined iu the bonds of holy matrimony
by tho Rev. H. b, Akehurst. The
[happy oouph go to Rossland before
returning to Moyie, where the bride-
groom is engaged in the hotel business.
Yesterday The Miner declined with
thanks tho offer of a 1000-line advertisement from one of the largest depart*
mental stores  in  Eastern Canada.- It
di.i ti.is as a matter of protection to its
. local     patrons,     whose  interests   aie
mere to it thau are  those of any  outside conoern.
Sir. T. Gallon's house ou Josephine
street was broken into yesterday and
} several articles, including a pair of
shots, a razor and a counterpane were
stolen, the articles were recovered in
a bam behind the honse, win re a boy,
supposed to be half-witted, sleeps. The
m t.er has been placed in the hands of
he police.
��� ,   ��� .    ���-   em ���   ir..i"l
partment and a qaeer sight wns seen.
One of tho help could he seen flying
down the back step-., hair streaming
nut behind and making foot race time.
Another wjis just.orawling from nndei
a table with terror depicted ou every
line of his countenance. Pans, pots and
kettles were lying in disorder over the
floor and everything bore the impress
of au earthquake Tl.ero was no damage done The disturbance was caused
by the bursting of a can of peas which
the Chinamen had set on the range to
warm up He had neglected to open
tho can andjwhen steam was gonerated
the can burst. The peculiar thing
about it was that not even a fragment
of a pea could be seen. Each one ap-
paienlly had burst just as a shell explodes.
AT THE HOTELS.
Hume���Louise Hume, Revelstoke;
E. E. Werner, Berlin, Ont. ; A. W.
Ross-, Dixwell Davenport, Vancouver;
Charles Clinton. Ontario; A. G. Mather, Milwaukee, \\i��. ; W. E. Anstin.
Toronto; (3. Swallis. Rossland; Arthur
N. Boulton, M. Cnrran, Lardo; John
D. Ronald and wife, Brussels, Ont.
* Uiuui iiiiiuiiiiiuiiiuiiiiuuimiiiiuimiiiiiiiiuiunmiiiiniliiUUlilUllumitilUHl if
ad* KB The Ladies Admire I
3tjB    lace Bow r ,��� u        ��
The latest in Footwear. Wf have
jusi received n consignment including   the  Famous Julia Marluw  and
and tbe mannish styles with on ad
toes and heavy soles.
Yoa Can See Them
in our window.   You cau try them on  inside and it wont c st you anything.
THE
I LI LLIE BROS, shoeists
xvnrnwmnmivvvrmviminuiiumHmwnwmwuwimwTivivTiwiinwiiwiK
<��� ��� n i is;e ... .i di . ir . ... bile . 'irai
ornament to the City. Iho style is
hula nan olnsely 1- I lowing the ehur li
known as La Ma.ie'eino in Puns,
.Nt)ieh is considered one of tbo best ex-
mnples of that style of architecture,
The roof of tha church is made of steel
and for acoustic properties it is snid to
be the host building in Nelson.
The ceremony ou Sunday morning
will consist of High Mass at which the
Rev. Father Cogurlat, of Fort S'eele, i
will officiate, The choir has been aug- '���
'minted by several volunteers from the
other churches and after diligent, prac-
tioe tbey have beou able to master tho I
difficulties of somewhat pretentious
music, namely Gounod's Sucre Coeur
Mass. Creed in this mass will be
omitted and that from Haydyns first
mass sung instead. At the offertory
an Avo Maria by Moorat will be sung.
In the evening thoro will bo short
prayers followed by the Magnificat (the
music of which is a local production)
and the Benediction Bervice. Gounod's "Salutaris" will bo rendered
by the choir and Mrs. Brougham will
sing the "Nom de Marie" by the same
composer,
The soloists, besides Mrs. Brougham, will bo Miss Carry and Messrs.
C. Lee, R Maodonald and T. Scanlan.
The choir will be assisted by a small
orchestra.
Cwing to the large demands for
seats admission will be bv ticket only
as there are hut three hundred chairs
in building. The Rev. Father Ferland
has sent out a number of invitations
bat, if through   inadvertence   be  has
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in tail     .. ; ion   Mr, ,-1  . .n
disposed at .--po:,aiie  fur the past  four
d ys b .t is now f. cling much belter.
Yr. Jam a Meuiit. who ha- resided
in Kossliino for the P'.si tineo ye.os, is
in Nelson. Mr. Merrill was oaptain
of the Victoria Hockey team ill it >ss-
l.iiid, which won tho B, O, Championship lust Hinicr.aii'l was formerly connected wiih Winnipeg's crack team.
Should Mr. Menilt decide to remain in
Nelson he will prove a valuable acquisition to the local hockey team this
winter.
There was a special Tlianksgiving
service last night nt the Presbyterian
Church which was very largely attended notwithstanding tho dreadful
weather. Mrs. W. F. Brougham, who
was iu magnificent voice, sang, "The
King of Love My Shepherd Is" by
Gounod, and Mendelssohn's "The
Lord is Mindful of His Own." The
subject of the Rev. B. Frew's sermon
was "Thankfulness." The obutcb
was tastefully and appropriately decorated.
Considerable dissatisfaction is ex-
preiaed on the part of some of the
members of the Kootonay Rifles owing
to the reason that W. O. Patterson was
selected to go to the war from the com
puny at Nelson. One resignation has
been handed in, and Tho Miuer reporter is informed that seven more are to
follow. The complaint is, that Mr. Pat
terson has only boen a member of the
uimpaiiy tlnee or four days, and that
the only reason tie joined   was   to  get
an opportunity to go.
A commotion occurred at tho Wav
erly Hotel yesterday just as the guests
were finishing their lunch. A loud explosion was the first intimation of any
trouble. People jumped frn-n their
chairs and stood in expectant wond.r
ment A moment's waiting and the
trouble was found to he in the
kitchen   A rush was made for that de-
The fcj es Feed
the Brain.
Parents who neglect their
child   /s eyes are more
4,������'���a      cruel than
I r""J^!S":n the Chinese,
!1 pPv% ^ who encase
U.���m&^J\ ��� the feet of
/%$SI \ their little
* TF^ ones.  One
dwarfs the feet���the other
stunts the mind.
When we adjust glasses
study becomes a pleasure.
Patenaude Bros.f
OPTICIANS,
Nelson. B. C.
Wholesale Houses.
NELSON, B. C.
AERATED AND MINERAL WATERS
THORPE & CO., Limited.���Corner Vernon iimi Cedar Streets. Nelson, matiu-
faot-urera of and wholesale dealers iu aerated
waters and trait, syrups. Sole agents for Halcyon Springs mineral water.
NELSON SODA WATER FACTORY
���X. M. Ullininiiis, Less.:*, Every known
variety of soft drinks. P. O. Hox 88. Tola-
phono No. 81.   Hoover Street. Nelson.
CIGARS
KOOTENAY CIGAR MFG CO.-Corner bakerund Hull Streets, Nelson, lilan-
ul'aelurers of " Hoyal Seal" und " KooLenny
belle" brand of oigars.       .
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
HJ. EVANS & CO.-Himer Street, Nol-
��� son, wiio.esale dealers iu liquois, cigars,
cement, lire b'ick nnd lire cl'iy, walor pipe and
steel rails and general commission iiiorelii4i)l.s.
GRAIN, HAY AND CEREALS
BRACKMAN tk KER MILLING CO.
IjIMitkd.���Front Sireet, .Nelson, whole
sale dealers in Hour, meals, etc., and buy
and grain. Mills at Kdliionton, Victoria mid
New Westminster. Elevators on Calgary &
Kdinontoii Railway.
GEO.   F-   MOTION. - Wholesale Hav,
drain ttnd freed.   Special iiuotatiom on
carload lots to all Kootenay points.
GROC��Rli��S
AMACDONALD & CO.-Corner  Vcr-
��   nun  tutu  Jiisepltlho  Streets,   wholesale
gro i��rs and Jobbers in blankets, gloves, mitts,
boots, rubbers, inackinaws and miners' sundries.
K
OOTENAY SUPPLY CO.  Limitjcp-
Voruo i enroot, tNulfiOti, itiiriorLi M, nliule-
iu grocers
.- :      H AiND  JAI      .vl-ATS
ii   of KOOTENAYBUTOHlER CC
if    -tiikur2>U't!ut .>.i*ui!    v��uo*u ilium;
\tlli iu (ru It iimi OUl'Uli iiiculH
HARDWARE &   MINING  SUPPLIES
HBYEkS & 00,-Oorner JUkcr und
��� JttoDplunu .siroi-K Nuison, wholesftli
��� it.iunv in liiii-il w.iix' and mining eUjipliL-s,
.itfeiiu fur Uiuul. JVivv.lur Co,
VANCOUVER HARDWARE CG'Y
LlMJTKD liukur tiU'uoU Ncinuii, whulu-
Mih) doalera in hardware and ininirji BUpplloN,
plumberd'and dnaaxitd'd Huppiien.
NELSON  HARDWARE  CO.- Wholo
MllO , lllllU  Hllll Ullb.
LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.
TURNER, BEETON & OO.-Corner
Vfriion and Jonopliinu dtruuin, Nuison,
wholesale doalorH in litjuorH dgurri und dry
Kotidti. Agont-ifor Pa bat Hrowing Co. of Mil-
wa keo and UalK'iry BrewlUg (Jo. of (lalnnry.
H
UDSON'S BAY 00.-Wholesale gro
cones and liquors,ot.c., linker St., Nelson.
PROVISIONS, PRODUCE & FRUITS
fl 6Huiioe for tne f yblio
Golden Crown
��1 ... Baking  Powder ... ff��
Two   Oi��fe   ib.  Tiijs fc   25 Ceijts.
KJRKPATRICK & WILSON,
JY GRIFFIN A OO-Corner Vernon
��� and Josepliino streets. Nelson, wholesale
dealers In provisions, eured moats, buller and
eggs.
f'elephone Call, No. io.
Posl Office Box.  '������'���  a
t Your Thanksgiving
Dinner Table
I
1
j.   ^
* shnuld not have Ihe appearance of scant,  quite the  reverse,  Is should   m
f have the appearance in keepiug with the day which we recognize as      (*
| A Day of Plenty
^ We cmi assist yon In Ihe preparation with Oape (?od Cranberries', On-
S) talis drapes., New Figs.  Sweet   Potatoes, McLaren's  Cheese,   Killer's   ,
i ilarmalode, Jellies, Jains, Fresh 1'iRgs etc.
�� Our Store will Close all day Thursday.
j M. DESBRISAY & CO.
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TheNelson ElectricTram way Co.Ltd.
LOTS FOR SALE ON EASY TERflS
Large number Choice Building Lots adjacent to the
line of their Tramway. For price and terms of sale apply
at the office of the Company, Macdonald Block, Corner of
Josephine  and Vernon Streets.
T. C DUNCAN, Secretary
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meal Merchants
MEAD OFFICE NELSON, B. C.
Branch Markets in Rowsland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo.
Sandon. Thr^e Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
i Branch will W cnrssfi,! nnA prompt attention
MOKE "HOYAL SEAL"   CIGARS,
fat, $AlsnMiw��^^
SASH AND DOORS
NELSON    SAW    AND     PLANING
MILLS,   MMrrKn-Curner  KruiiL   and
Hull BtruoiB, Nelson, manufaotunn ot uml
whulcHttlc duiiIerH in huhIi iii.il tlourn; ult kinds
of factory work iiiudu lo ordur.
ACETYLENE GAS
VANSTONE'S DRUG STORE. -Cor
ncr JoHuoliino and Uukur ritruoU. A^tn.
forCalciii.ii Carnido and Wullnnd Acctylenu
Ua  Machlno Co.
ASSAYERf8 SUPPLIES
WF. TEETZEL & CO - Corner liak��.r
��� and JuHopliiiH' Mtrt-uu, N'clion, whole
mk.U: dualorn in aHHayer'H sappUM. Ajft-nl^ for
JfenvorKIro Clay Co. of Dtmvor, Colorado.
Merchants' Bank of Halifax.
Incorporated 1869.
Capital Authorized   -   -   -   -   $2,ooo,ooo
Capital Paid Up, $1,500,000, Reserve, $l,25o,ooo.
Head Office: Halifax, Nova Scotia.
(iciu-inl Banking Huslnon Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange  Bought
and Sold, Letters of Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Account!) received on the in ' -t favorable terms.    Interest allowed on special
deposit) 'lid on Saving Bank accounts.
BRANCHES IN IUIITIHH COLUMBIA.
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanalmo, Nelson, Rossland, Vancouver, Vancouver East End, Victoria, Ymir
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
Gamble & O'Reilly,
Land Surveyors & Qeueral Aeeuta-
Custom House, Real Estate
and Mining Brokers.
Lotsfni' Hale. Houses to Rent.
Loans ou improved Real Estate.
Fire, Life ami Accident Insurance.
OFFICE) IlKAll.l BLOCK,
���taker siicii Nelson. '<��� < ���
C. D. J. CHRISTIE
GENERAL BROKER
Fire,   Life,  Accident  and  Sickness
Insurance.
Real  Estate and  Loans.
FOR   SALE.
7-Room   House $2,250
50-Foot   Corner       300
106-Foot Corner       600
We  have  several snaps   in   House
property:
;i Kooms and utt c, 2 1* U. curnei StJinlej   *?l .> 0
i HOOli B, 2 lOLS. i   Vuii   rUtUlVUOll 1,*M��U
i Huouia niue cottar litipro cd Int.. . 9iX)
.i Ltoonib, (on i foil lid ul ion c< liar full ~\7.u \ 550
(} ttouniH  Vornon  -tie. ., 'J ;t��t>. o c il��-ii
\ -Jue   1,950
'���'>'��� i
*
n     '   .i .      . . ��� i,   J   . i -.
chouu s.aoo
8Uqouib, nil oonvonitiuces, / lots, now...   il.iiuu
GEORGE   GU^D,
With  F,   I.   OSLBB
MARA   BLOJ <,   3AKER   ST
Real Estate b Mines-
THE
Bank of
Britisli  Columbia,
NELSON.    ���
Is now prepared to issue
Drafts and Letters of Credit
on Skaguay, U.S., Atlin, B.
Cs, and Dawson City, Yukon
District.
Corporation of the Oity of
Nelson.
NOTICE TO MUN10IPAL VOTERS.
llio following persons nre entitled to bo
placed on tho Voter*! list for llio City of Nel-
.on. viz..
Any initio or female lining n British mibject
of tho full age of twenty-one years, who snail
have paid, on or before tho Mr*i day of He.
vt'iiiiM-r next, nil municipal ra&is, tuxes, aHHess-
mentb and lioense fees pvyable by him or her
to the municipality,
���.it who Ih the assessed owner of lands or of
improvements, orl beassessed occupier of lundB
Bltuatowithin ihe municipality, or
l/'l Who is ti resident of mid earries on business anil is the holder of .i trader's license in
the municipality, the annual fee for which is
not lews tnan live dollli's or
k) V\'ho is a householder within tho municipality.
.\o person shall bo entitled to vote under a
bousenolder's annlifloation, nor shall his or her
name he included in ihe Annual Vol. rn' list
unless he or sho shall, on or b< f-.ro Ihe ii.si
day of lleceiiilHT next, cnler wish tie* iindcr-
sivtned hlsor ln-r milnc us a > oter, and shall
make and personally dellvor tu the under*
signed at the same time a Statutory declaration, I he form of which may be obtained ut the
oity olUces.
By order.
J. K, ST1IACI1AN, City Clerk.
Nelson, n. C, Oot, li. 1801'.
I BUYANYTHING
From n Ktoiini boat
u> a baby's rattle.
Everything i-as a
value at my store.
Ward St.,  Uct.  Baker and  Victoria.
BUY IT.
The Miner is on sale ;ii the- following news stores at live cents per
copy:
gilbert sunioy
'I bomtfOfl .-tutinncry Co
Oanadft Dma&Boob c:o.
Hold Hnini* \(t\\ri SiHiiil
Hotel I'hiiir Nowa stand
Humphrey &. iMuook
1'.  CimtpbcH
('. F. Xi'Ikoii
J. W DclaiiL-y
It. A. Bnuubaw
SlOCftD Nowk Co.
Thonuou HroH.
Hotel Hpokano
M. W. SiinpHon
1 ���union: .v  Young
John Dryden
JntncH Hutnilion
Haimnt Prlo<j
H. A. KlnK & Co.
NoJHon
NelHOii
N cJmoii
No I won
Nnlnon
NttlHon
Ymir
Now Denver
Elowberry
Hlocan City
Hiinrton
Vjinoouvor
Spokano
HoHHland
KhhIo
I^ardo
Cri'Hton
Hobt-oii
Greenwood
and   News   Agents   on   boats   and
trains out of Nelson
WANTED!
2500 MINERS.
To work In Hie Metalliferous Mines of llritlyh
Columbia, ul the following prices per
day of oifthl hours:
Han.I Drillers  j.'( on.
Machine Men          ;i.,n
Mliicm In Shnfli    3,50 to ��l on
''"luen    2 go to   3.00
Hhovellers  2.50
Laborers  2 60
Blacksmith! ,  asoto Ji.oo
Tlmbermen    3.5010 ii.uo
ARP'ltOTHK SIl.VK.lt I.KAH MINKS ASSOCIATION, Sundon, Hrltlsh Columbia.
% I
N
ELSON DAILY MINER.  FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20,  1899.
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J     MINING NEWS.     I
++*++*+++++++++++++* ���������������-���
Toronto, Oct. 13���George Gooder
bam,of the Uooilerbnni-Blackstocksyn
iliiute was interviewed today le^urd
ing an articlti in a local paper headed,
"What is the matter with War
Eagle?'' Uu said: "There ir absolutely uu reason for tbe slump in War
Eagle stocks. Ihe mine is worth a million more today than it was a month
ng", when llie stocks cold at |8.80.
There ha* been b great deal of streps
laid ou the fact that the stock dropped
��0 poiuts in 3(J days, hut tbe drop is
not significant of trouble with the
mine. The stock i really consider was
at its real value when it was at |8.
The public boosted the price to ^B. 80,
and the reaction was natural."
With regard to tne Centre Star Mr.
Gooilerharn said tbat one-third of the
stock had been offered to War Eagle
shareholders before the stock was placed on the market. If they took it up
all well and good,but if they neglected
tbe opportunity the stock would be
Bold to Loudon Englishmen, whose
offer was already in the company's
hands'. He said they had plenty of
outside offers for thu remainder of
the stuck, but preferred to give the
War Eagle men first call.
��   ��   ���
The end of the U. K. fiasco is in
sight. Although the.creditors of the
company after two years of waiting
will receive full payment of their
claims, yet the shareholders will receive not a farthing for the stock,
which cost them, in many cases, from
a5 to SO cents.
Sam E. Rigg, one of the directors of
the Old National Bank of Spokane,
which is one of the largest creditors of
the company, is now in town. Receiver Plewman, of the 0. K. Company, has received orders from the
court to turn the mine over to the
Bank ou consideration that the latter
assume the liabilities of the company,
The transfer will be made as soon as
tbe money is placed here in the bank
of Montreal for meeting the claims of
tbe creditors.
Tho settlement of the 0. K. 's affairs
has beeu dragging along over since
the spring of 181)7. At one time it was
thought that the shareholders wonld
got something for their stock, but the
present settlement, which has been
made only after great difficulty, leaves
nothing after the debts are pail ���
Rosslaud Record.
*   *   *
The tunnel on the Volcanic on the
North Fork has reached a length of <>2()
feet. The prospects for stiiking ore
are improving.
METAL QUOTATION'S.
J New ��ork, Oct. 19.���Bar silver,
B7J-b: Mexican dollars, 47 ; silver cer
titicates, 57}s to 59.
Pig   iron,   quiet,    northern, $20   to
$24; southern, $19.70 to $24.
Copper,   easy,   brokers',     118;   exchange, 118.25.
Lead,   steady;   brokers,'    #4-40; exchange, $4.(10 to $4.05.
6 Tin, dull; Straits, $31.75  to  $81.85;
plates steady.
what is known as a skeleton round-trip
form. The ticker is so made that with
the coupon alt ached it can be made out
to any point in the country and return.
The tickets found have alt been on
eastern points, and they were so nearly
r.erfect that not only the conductor?,
but employees in the general office
passed upon them without question.
The officials have no idea of the number of tickets out, but believe it to be
large. Tbere is no clue to the counter
feitera
MAFEKING- FIGHT
J. E. ANNABLE
Real Estate
Fire Insurance
Life Insurance
Money to Loan
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK,
NlELSON,   R C.
rW^kr;MwM*-i
The Finest in Town!
It Opens for Business Today!
Don't Miss Seeing It!
m
(Continued Prom Flrsl Page.)
wretched. The volunteers lost their
kit and altogether the experience was a
pretty trying one. Our men were in
the saddle three days and two nighls
with baldly a rest. Basuto natives
were fighting with tbe Boers. It is
reported that Hi Beors were killed.
Lieut. Galloway, who is reported
missing, is the eldest son of Sir. H.
H. Galloway,   Chief Justice of Natal.
Waverly
Hotel
v      NELSON, B. C.
w
THE ELITE BARBER
In New Tremof. r, i rlcK LlocL
HOP I
Koott
��
-���*��:
Three fine Porcelain Bull Tub.. Hi best in i\ootenay,
and any amount of hot water. The most expert Barbers in
the business. Today is Opening Day. tall for a Bath
or Shave.
FRANK M'LEOD, Prop.
;��<
K��V
K����<-
��<-
Loudon, Oct. 19.���Advices from
Capteown dated yesterday say that
the Governor of the Colony, Sir Alfred
Milner has issued a proclamation, prohibiting the importation of all explosives.
London, Oct 19.��� According to private information'.received from Bloein-
fonteia, capital of the Orange Free
State, President Kruger telegraphed
an account, to President Steyn of the
affair at Kraaipan, where they derailed aud bombarded the British armored train, capturing Captain Nesbitt's
party. Mr. Kruger said that Nesbitt
and seven men were seriously wounded, that one mnn was killed and that
all the prisoners were well.
According to the same advices, a
Dutch farmer in one of tbe border
towns has received a letter from a
friend in the Transvaal referring to the
Mafeking affair as "had business."
BOARD AND ROOMS AT
REASONABLE PRICES,
NEXT DOOR TO OPERA HOUSE.
C. A. PROSSER,   Manager.
Y   FAMOUS
To Contractors
PEACE IN   SAMOA   ASSURED.
Ambassador White Says the Work Was
Well Done.
Berlin, Oct. II).���After a prolonged
conference with Baron Von Steinberg
at the United States embassy today,
Ambassador White said that tbe work
of Ihe Siimoan Joint Commission had
oeen thoroughly well done
"Negotiations have now been set on
foot." said he to the Associated Press
representative, "which doubtless will
result iu an arrangement insuring
peace in the islands aud safeguarding
the interest of the three powers. The
discussion is proceeding in the best
possible spirit.''
Tbe Neuste Nachticbten, referring
to the Samona matter, says:
"In order to make ns forget Samoa, England would have to offer ns
very extensive compensation, of which
Zanzibar, for instance, could form only
a  portion."
The National Zeitung sbvb it learns
that the negotiations with the United
States give prosrenet of an agreement
for the abolition of the tri-domimini.
The United States, the Zietung adds,
will probably be satisfied with Pago
Pago.
You chii save, money by
buying your
Plate, Sheet and Ornamental
Glass from
R. H. WILLIAMS, Nelson, Agent foi
J.   W.  MELLOR,
VICTORIA, B.C.
THOMSON'S
We have completed our alteration and now have plei ty of
room to accominodatH the ever
increasing number of customers
to our store.
Ttiomson StaUonery Co., Lta.
NELSON, B. C.
LUMBER.
Delivered to an any point on
Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock
on hand of
ROUGH AND
DRESSED LUMDEK,
>HINOLEM.
MOULDINGS, SASH DOOilli.
INSIDE FINISH.
COAST FLOORING
and
FINISHED LUMBER.
CALCA
LAG
CARLOAD   JUST   ARRIVED.
Turner
WHOLESALE   LIQUOR
MERCHANTS
EETON &
NELSON, B. C.
Co.
SMOKE "HOYAL
O .
ClGAKfc
J.
Mill at PILOT HAY.
Yards,  NELSON and LARDO.
HEAD   OFFICE
ZDTJECLSOILSr-
A.   SAYWARD.
Every Man
lilies to dress in Fashionable and
Nice Fitting Garments if tie .mi
do so nt a reasonable price. AL
Fall nnd Winter Samples are now
Complete iu Suiliugs, Overcoat,
nnd Fancy Vesting*, Give mi
Ball and I will quote you pu",.'s
tbat will astonish yon.
Ladies' Tailoring  in   all   it*
I'l'miches, a sp, cialty.
W. P. DICKSON
Mm Electric sumi
H. H,
II
APPLZWHAITE
fir
J. McPHEE
lil   '
s irwii
ELECTR!C SUI
Complete Flectii.  Equipment- fo
mission and lighting tor  ..in
tures, LampsBell.', Telephones
Josephin* S*
i- L
SMOKE "HOY
*  T
Stevens
The
Tailor
Rooms i and ii
Clements Hillyer Block
MURDER AT SEA.
Santa Cruz do Teueriffe, Oot. 19.���
The brig Juliana Schlosser,recently arrived here on ber way to Brazil and
reported that during her [voyage, the
helmsman murdered tho captain, the
captain's wife and mate. The Brazilian Consul asked assistance from the
authorities and the Spanish cruiser Infanta Isabel sent several boat crews to
the brig. They were fired on by j^the
bug's crew and the marines replied,
finally boarding Ihe brig. Eleven
seamen I lion jumped overboard bnt
weie rescued by tbe cruiser's boat and
are now imprisoned.
RA'I'KS TO f^KIS.
Their
RAILROAD INTO CHINA.
Vancouver, Oct. II). ��� D. D. Mann,
a well known Canadian railway contractor, arrived on tbe Empress of
Japan, accompanied bv A. M. Burns,
of Vancouver. He has been investigating matters in connection with the
contract for Ihe building of a railway
for 600 miles tlinugh the center of
China. The ground was tboroughh
looked over. In conversation Mr. Mann
said that the business outlook in connection with construction of such a
line di l nut look favorable.
TRAMP SENTENCED.
Cornwall, Ont., Oct. in.���Two
tramps, Joe Holland, of Montreal, ami
John Lennan. of London, Ont., were
yesterday setonced to ten and nine and
a half years respectively in Kingston
Penitentiary, for loitering around the
G. T. B. depot and carrying   firearms.
FOOTBALL.
Montreal,    Que., Oct.    II).��� The all-
Irelaiul Rugby Football team  wliich is
touring Canada, plays a match this afternoon with the Montreals.
STARTLING DISCOVERY.
Donver, Oct, 19.-Tho officials of the,
Colorado Midland Railroad have discovered a case of ticket counterfeiting
which prnmisos to prove one ot the
most extensive ever.discovered in this
oonutry.    Tbe   tioket  counterfeited is
Steamer   Lines   Will   Advance
Charges.
Vancouver. Oct. 19. -Excursionists
from the northwest who anticipate
visiting the Paris Exposition next year
will probably be disappointed in the
matter of rates Tho various railroad
companies have as yet given out no
offioial information as to what the rates
will be, but as the steamer lines are
disposed tu raise fares dining the Exposition it is higby probable the transcontinental railways will follow
suit.
Several of the largest steamship lines
operating between New Yo'.kand Paris
have notified their booking agents in
this country thai no passages must be
booked .in their hunts between June 1
and October 1. With this order comes
tho announcement that an advance in
steamship rates is expected At present lirst-class passage between Eastern
points aud Paris is (65,60. This is
the rate for the cheaper rooms. Second-
class passage runs from $48.76 upward,
On these rates an advance of 16 per
cent in not improbable, One rta.snli
advanced for the contemplated increase
is becauso nf the heavy call for steamships to bo used during the war in the
Transvaal. For this purpose only the
hrst-class vessels are available and
there aro chances of a shortage for
trans-Atlantie service in  consequence.
Another   reason   for tne   advance is
the fact that many
who annually visit western points during the summer will next year avail
themselves of the chance to go to the
exposition. As the first-class rate
from Atlantic to Pacific Coimt points
is never below Sfjl), the Easterners will
prefer to pay a few dollars more and
go to Paris. This will make berths Oil
tbe steamers in good demand and the
steamship companies propose to take
advantage of conditions in their favor.
Atlantic S. S. Lines
From Montreal
Beaver Line "Lake Superior" Nov. 8
Dominion Lino "Coinoroman"  Oct. 28
Dominion Line "Vancouver"  Nov. II
Allan Line ������t'lilifoniio.n" Nov. II
Allan Lino "Numidian" Nov. i
From New York
White Star Lino "Majestic"  Nov. 8
White Star Line "Teutonic" Nov. 1
Cunard Lino "Aurania" Oct. 21
Cunard Line "Ktrurla" Oct. 28
Anchor Line "Kurnessia" Oct. 28
AHan State Line "Mongolian" Oct. 28
American Lino "New York"    Oct. 25
From Ilostor
Dominion; Lino "Now England" Oot 25
Dominion,Line ''Canada" Nov.  8
Passages arranged to and from all European
points. For ratoa, tickets and full information
apply toC. P. R, depot agent or C K. Heasloy,
City Passongoi Agent, Nelson, B.tl
W. P. P. CUMM1NGS.
Oenoral Acrent. O P R. Offliwn  ivinnlrrg
Crow's Nest Pass
COAL
$6.25 DELIVERED
Special  Rates For Carload
Lots.
COAL!   COAL!
Great reduction!
<mm $9.50 Per Ton
DELIVERED.
Special rates for carload  lots an
for outside points.
C.W.WEST&CO.
TELEPHONE H:i.
...L. POGUE...
IturKtilH* lu
1IKVVY TE41H
HARNESS,
r.xi'KR   iiAitviss,
���MCK IIAUVKSH.
ANII SADDLES.
���Mill's,   III.
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' SMOKE
WILLS'S
TAKE   NO   OTHER.
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Orders may be left with O. \V \V
& Co. or with.
e.-t
CHARLES ST.BARBE, Agt
'i
The National Gold .ind
Miniue Com
pany,
limited
Operating In tho Ymir District, B. C.
CIkIIH*.
F.J. BRADLEY & CO.
PAINTERS and
DECORATORS.
SIGN W0~RK~A~SPfiCIALTY.
HuiidtTH will And It to thfllr advantage to
nVuru with BrAdlev & Co. Oil Painting.
The "Ajax Group" situated on Tatnnvao
mountain and almost Immediately adjoining
the famous "Tamarao" initio, neat Ymir, \\ v..
consisting of the "Ajax." "Gold Drop Prao-
Lion" hihI "Lookout, Fraction."
Thore are several ledges cunning through tho
f the excursionists claims, on one of whioh a large amount of do-
' velnpiiient work hns been done���on the "Alax
claim,
'i hose claims are considered to huve the
"Tamarao" lend, which ought to make the
shares of the company a very desirable Invest*
n.ent.
The Directors have decided to Offer a block of
60,000 Pooled Treasury Shares for sale at the
low price of 1 cent, per share until .-aturdny,
the Btst lnflt.1 for the purpose of completing a
orossout tunnel now Doing driven on the lodge,
which in expected to meet with good values
when the hanging wall Is reached.   This in a
good chance for investment.
Apply to
ALKX. BTKWAItT. Nolson, H. C.
DK. PA,{KIN TO RESIGN,
Toronto, Ont..Oct. 19.���Dr. Parkin,
principal of   Upper Canada College   is
ftbOQt to resign.
Nelson Cleaning and Dyeinp
Establishment.
S. I). PIEHKB Prop.
Ladies' and Gents' Clothing clears!
dyed, altered and repaired.
SATISFACTION   GUARANTEED
Kntr of <Urlii' lliitrf. vi I -UN
Nelson Employment Agencv
WANTED.
Fourcurpnnlors, enok, maolllno men, II Iperi
mul muokors f��r railroad work, laboron
lor elk) uml outside.
Two women nooks want siiuaiioiiR.
CONTRACTS   T.VICKM    POR    DIAMOND
COKK   DRILLING.
J. H. LOVE, Apt      Baker V
LOTS FOR SALE
$375 will purcliiwo 2 Lots on Carbonado St.
|400will purchase three lota   n Davis' Ailili-
tion, including coiner.
$300 will purchase two lots In Addition A,
MINING SHARKS FOR SAM.
5,000 sluues Ulica Ipoolrall Uo
10.100    "      Fairmont   " "-'
���   Blackcock Mining Company   . ..        20o
ALEX. STEWAR T,
Mining and Real   Estate   Brokvr
Tnrner-Boeckli Blonk. Npi8oii,'
AND SOO LIsE.
���Un' direct toiito fiom
KOOTENAY COUNTRY
lll.'lll iininls
EAST   and   WEST.
Fraternity Hall
Cor linker A Kiiiiliiniv Sin.
can lie rented for Concerts, Lectures
Dances, Banquets aud every kitul of en-
tirtuinmint. Good aute-rooms, clonk
moms, Kitchen ninl dining room furnished.   For terms apply
DR. E. C. ARTHUR, Oity.
Hum
First-CJlflSH HU'li.'.s"" ��    ':""i\n
ARROWHEAD* KOOIHNAYI.UM
TOURIST OARS puss Medicine jtt
daily lor St. Panl, S lay*"* ",��,
nesdiiys  for    Toronto,    Wdiji  '"
Montreal and Boston,
Spokane  Falls  &
Northern R'v
Nelson  &  Fort
Sheppard R v
Red Mountain R'v.
To a
Ex. Nit"
CONNECTIONS
from Unburn, Ro���l���A
7.10 Lv.        NELSON     u ���^
E. J.SCOVIL
MINIMI BROKER,       VOTAitv PUBLIC.
Windermere Mines.   Correspondence Sol'nltod
WINDERMERE. B. C.
whnre
nrandi
10c
The only nil rail route Without
change of curs between Nelson n il
Rossland and Spokane and Rossland
(DAILY.)
Lv. 9.10 a.m. NELSON. Ar. 6.60 p.ni,
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I all Paciflo Coast Points.
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Spokane Waeli
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Agent,Nelson, B.C.
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