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i'1-.i .'i in i i !   '.ilirtry       "19
Daily Edition No. 782
Nelson, British Columbia, Thursday, July   19, 1900.
Tenth Year
HAS RUSSIA
DECLARED WAR?
Rumor   That   the   Russian
Government Has Formally  Declared  War
Against China.
(BV ASSOCIATED l'HK.SS.)
New York, July Hi.-���In a long cable
from London anent the uprising in
China, the London correspondent of
The Journal and Advertiser asserts
tbat, having satisfied itself that the
Imperial Government of China is not
only countenancing the acts of the
Boxers but directing their movements
aud that regular Chinese troops have
invaded Itussia. the Russian Government yesterday banded the Chinese
Knvnv at St. Petersburg his passports
aud requested him and the members of
his Legation to leave the country,
Li Kuan Vi I III has always lieen
friendly towards foreigners and the
Consuls believe tbey may place confidence In him,
Tlie Kxpress correspondent at To���io
cables:   "The  Japanese Qovernment
fears that Russia und Germany may
not accept the command of the Japanese senior officers, who would necessarily take charge of the army corps,
and desires assurances 011 this point
before giving orders for the embarkation of the troops. "
POWERS STAND FIRM.
London, July 19.���The action of
Count Von Biilowe. the German Minister of Foreign Affairs, in informing
the Chinese Legation ut Berlin that
all telegraphic messages must be ill
plain language and submitted for approval by the Censorj and tbo suggestion of M. DeloaSse, the French Minister of Foreign Ail'airH, that the
exportation of anus to China be prohibited, whieli movements are general-
ly regarded here lis long steps in the
direction of treating China as a state
engaged iu war,have been supplemented   by tbe oHleial Announcement from
St. Petersburg   tbat   certain   portions
of the Amur territory,Including parts
of the KbabarovisUi district ami the
<XMm.territory, as well as the towns
of JUagovcstlchfiisk, Khabaroviski
and Nllcolskussuri, have been declared
In slate of war since July 17th.
The Russian announcement is regarded in London us at least for-
���hadowlng a speedy unconditional re-
cognition ��f the fact that a condition
of war existH between China and the
civilized world, and the general
opinion seems to favor such a recognition as the best means of meeting the
barbarous upheaval.
Thc revelation of the ability of the
Chinese forces in the north to stand
their ground agaiiiBt the Internationals is producing the inevitable results
iu the south. At Shanghai it is announced officially that foreign women
and children have been requested to
leave the posts along the river.
Serious rioting has occurred at l'o
Yang Lake, near Kiu Kiang, Several
missionaries have been killed and |
chapels burned. Tlie telegraph between Liu Kiang and Hankow is
interrupted.
In connection with the story that
Prince Tuan's forces have been ordered
to march to Wei Hal We it is considered as significant that Indian troops
arriving at Hong Kong have been
ordered to proceed to We Hal We. A
Shanghai despatch also reports that
Russia has been In secret negotiations
with Prince Tuan'a Government witli
the connivance of Li Hung Chang,
In a despatch from St. Petersburg
it ia stated that Russia's anxiety to
minimise the alarming nature of news
from Manchuria is dictated by fears
of the injury thc confirmation of such
news might cause in the matter of arrangements alleged to have been made
in thc I'nited States for money with
which to complete the Manehurian
Itailroad.
A despatch from Shanghai, received
here today, reports that the losses of
the Chinese in the lighting at Tien
Tsin Were upward of 3,001).
It Is understood that Lieutenant-
General Sir Francis (.reniell, at present Governor of Malta, will have command of the British forces in China.
REGARDED   AS   EMPEROR.
London, July Hi.���The Shanghai
correspondent of Tbe Kxpress cables
��a follows, under yeatcrday's date:
"The Consuls, noting as representatives of the Powers, have unanimously
agreed that Liu Kan Yi Ha, the
Viceroy of Nankin, shall be regarded
���� the Emperor of China so fur as
��be collection of revenue is concerned.
BLEW IN GATE.
London, July Hi.���In   the   House of
Commons todny Parliamentary Secretary Broderlok read   a   dispatch from
Admiral Seymour, dated at Taku, July
1... giving au account of the capture
of the native city of Tien Tsin by the
allied forces. According to this despatch on the morning of July ���< the
Japanese blew in the gate anil entered
the city, the others following. On
the right the Russians captured a battery on the haul; of Liu Tai Canal,
consisting of twelve small guns. The
other troops all engaged on the left.
About 8,000 in all were engaged and
over TOO were killed or wounded, the
Japanese being the heaviest losers.
The British had .-.'ll killed and '.ill
Wounded,    The   Chinese   troops   tied,
in what direction is not known.
ACTIVITY AT PRESIDIO.
San Francisco. July I'J.���The Batteries of the Third Artillery have been
ordered into camp at the Presidio
with instructions to the various officers to have everything in readiness
for sudden departure. Recruits are
arriving every day from all parts of
the country and are being furnished
with clothing and,outfits as rapidly as
possible.
The work of loading the big steamer
Strathgyle began this morning. She
lias a capacity of 8,1100 tons, and is to
carry bay and grain and horses. The
Asiatic   will   carry   469   horses.    The
Hamburg American Line has the con-
tract for carrying 5,000 horses that
have lieen bought here for Germany,
but the company as yet lias been unable to charter any vessels. The Pacific Mail Company's steamers City of
Para, City of Sydney and Colon have
been withdrawn from the Central
American trade. The supposition Is
thai all three vessels will carry troops
to China or Manila.
ANTI CHRISTIAN LETTER.
New York. July 19.���The Fantal
Mifantal of Shan Tung, the highest
legal ollicer of the Province and next
in rank to Governor, lias issued to his
subordinates, the Magistrates of the
Province, an anti-Christian letter,
says a Cite Foo special to tbe Herald.
It, purports to be addressed to and to
record a conversation between the
Governor and the Fantal. but that is
possibly a subterfuge to impose on
Ihe Magistrates. Tlie Fantal is notoriously anti-Christian and bis letter
cannot fail to have evil consequences.
It exhorts the Governor to authorize
all Magistrates to compel native Christians to return to their former religion and make them give security that
they will not again enter a Christian
church, All furniture of churches
and Christians is to be confiscated and
proclamations are to be issued exhorting the people to abstain from robbing Christians.
JAPAN ACTS VIGOROUSLY.
Yokohama, June B0, via San Francisco, July III.���Japan is meeting the
situation in China with vigor "ml
promptitude. At a Cabinet meeting,
hold on Monday last, Ml million yen
were appropriated for the Immediate
expense involved in tlie despatch of
troops. The. troops mobilized here
will number nearly 80,000 and it is
safe to OBSUrae that within two weeks
at the latest, with tlie large forces of
Russian and Britisli on the way. the
Allies will have at   their   disposal an
army of one hundred thousand men,
which   will   be   ample   for the Initial
operations.
Paris, July 111.���An official despatch
from   Shanghai,    dated     Wednesday, |
July 18, stales that according to the.
(Iovernor of Shun Tung, tlie foreign
Ministers ami their families at l'ekin
are safe and sound, but that the danger is still very great.
Loiidnrt.J uly Hi. ���A special despatch
from Shanghai today says the disembarkation of I.ViiOii Japanese troops
is proceeding at Taku.
Copenhagen, July   10.���The   Danish
Mission station at Fung Kwnng Tung
on the peninsula of Lioa Tung has
been destroyed. The missionaries
escaped to Chemulpo.
New York. July HI.���Regarding Li
Hung ('hang's departure for tho north
the Herald's Canton correspondent asserts that the Viceroy left that city
under orders be received from Prince
Tuan and that he is to proceed to Chi
Li Province to resume his Vice Regal
office,
DOMINION    ALLIANCE
Adopts   Resolutions  at Meeting Condemning
Present  Government.
Toronto. (Int..July Hi.���Thc meeting
of the Dominion Alliance opened to-
day with .I.  It.  Dougall, the president.
in the chair. The committee on parliamentary act inn presented resolutions condemning the Injustice of the
Dominion Government in not recognising tbe mandate of the people in
181IS, declaring it the duty of all
friends of moral reform to work for
total National prohibition ami calling
on nil such to vote ill Provincial, Do-
iiiinion and municipal elections for
such candidates as would do everything in their power, regardless of
party considerations, to secure entire
prohibition, 'These resolutions were
passed.
A. M. Fcutlierstone moved that the
Alliance organize to secure the detent
of the present Qovernment and all the
members who failed iu the present
Parliament to recognise the mandate
contained in the plebiscite. Much
discussion followed. J. J. MncLaren
said such action was mailing tbe Alliance a political maobine,
Kev. V. A. Vrooman said thai Manitoba prohibitionists felt the (lnvern-
inent should lie condemned for its
course. Finally a resolution was
passed witli reference to the Government, omitting tlie reference to
members, The remaining officers
were elected for the year, the principal officers being re-elected.
HAVE  LEFT OTTAWA.
Lord and Lady Mlnlo start on Their Trip
Across the Continent.
Ottawa, July Hi���Their Excellencies
left this afternoon on their western
trip. Their program is asfollows: Winnipeg. July -'1st (evening). July 92nd,
83rd and 34th; July 30th to :.".ith at
National Park. Banff; July 30th (I p.
m.) Vancouver; July 31, August 1st
to 1th at Victoria, leaving on the latter date on the Qovernment steamer
Quadra for Dawson where tbey expect
to arrive August lath, remaining
there until August 30th when the return trip will be commenced.
Reaching Victoria August 80, tbey
will proceed to Vancouver August .'II,
and remain there September 1. '.' and
.'I. New Westminster will also be
visited.    Tbey   will   be   at   Hosslaud
September  t  to 0,  and   Lethbrldge,
September S. A visit will also be
paid to cuttle ranches, irrigation
work and the Indian reserves. They
expect to get back to Ottawa on October IS.
MR. ASTOR APOLOGIZES.
London, July Hi.���Mr. William Waldorf Astor has apparently reached the
conclusion tbat be made a grave blunder when be publicly Insulted Captain
Sir Archibald Berkley Milne. Today
Mr. Astor publishes in his newspaper
the following:
"We desire to express regret that a
paragraph which appeared in this column July -'. with regard to the presence of Sir Berkley Milne at Mr. Astor's concert the , preceding Thursday
evening. Bhould have been published
under a misapprehension of exact circumstances. Explanations of a complete categorical kind now show that
Sir Berkley Milne's presence was due
to a misunderstanding that entirely
absolves bim from any intentional disci iiirtesy.
IN THE SENATE.
OttaWO, July Hi. ���In the Senate,before prorogation, MneKenzic Howell
asked if there was any information
concerning the removal of Colonel ,
Hughes, and Mr. Mills replied. "Nothing."   Bowell  took the opportunity
of expressing sympathy with Dr. Borden in the loss of his son. Thoy all
knew that in war it was the grave or
victory, In this ease a promising
young man had been called away, lie
desired to express liis deep sympathy
with Dr. and Mrs. Borden In their bereavement, Mills thanked Bowell for
his kind words. Major Borden had
been a young man of great promise,
brave, courageous and liked by all
wbo knew bim. Tbey all sympathized
with their colleague, more particularly when they remembered  that he
had been an only son.
LIEUT. CARSLEY DEAD.
Montreal, duly Hi.���A cable was received here last night from I'oona.
India, announcing tlie death of
Lieutenant Carslcy, son of Mr. S.
Cars lev. the well known dry goods
merchant of this city, from cholera
lifter a few hours illness. Lieutenant
Carslcy was attached to the first battalion, King's Shropshire Light infantry. He was 90 years of ago and
was a graduate of the Royal Military
College at Kingston.
BRAKEMAN ELECTROCUTED.
Niagara Falls, Out., July 111.���William Powley, a Grand Trunk Railway
fireman, was electrocuted in the Canadian Branch of the Corborundum
Works yesterday afternoon where he
had gone for a drink of water.
Tbe victim was iu the act of speaking
to one of the furnace men when bis
band accidentally touched a shelf upon
whieli stood a metallic vat holding a
water rheostat containing a current of
'.'/.'on volts, W lien assistance arrived life
was extinct. The deceased was 38
years of age, married and leaves wife
and four children,
CANADIANS WELL UP.
London. July 10.���In the meeting of
the National Rifle Association at Bis-
Icy the highest aggregate thus far
made in the iirsl stage of tbe Hhooting
for the Queen's Prize (seven shots at
800, alio and 000 yards) is 100. Among
tin1 competing Canadians Graham is
well up with 08, Caruthers and Fleming are 05, Liuigstrnlli 01 and Milligan and McVlttlc '.HI each.
TELEGRAPHIC   BKIEFS.
Toronto. July 10,���Tbe Dominion
Alliance at its annual contention here
yesterday afternoon passed   u  resolu-
liition to the effect tbat all members
of either the Conservative or Liberal
party who opposed the prohibitory
legislation, as continued in the recent
motion in tlie lluuse of Commons.wil!
be opposed at the next general elections. The Rev. J. C. Speer. of Victoria, and Kev. J. B. Kennedy were
elected vice presidents for British Columbia.
Ottawa,    July    Hi.���Four  German
farmers, representing a large German
colony in Kentucky, are here today on
their way to the North West to select
homesteads. There are in the Ken-
lucky colony some sixty families, all
of whom will emigrate to the good
laud of the Canadian west, if their
representatives report favorably upon
it.
Norwood. July Hi.���A cattle buyer
named Johnston, from I'eterboro, one
of a party of four berry pickers, was
killed by lightning at Stoney Lake
last night. One of his companions
named Matthews was stunned and is
now in a critical condition.
HOUSE OPENS
IN VICTORIA
Lieutenant - Governor   Joly
Addresses the Members
In An Able Speech.
(SPECIAL TO THK MINER.)
Victoria, July Hi.���At the opening
ofthe session of the Provincial Parliament this afternoon Lieutenant Qov-
enor Joly delivered the following
speech:
" Mr. Speaker and Gentleman of
the Legislative Assembly : It affords
me great pleasure to meet you at this
the first session of the Ninth Parliament of Britisli Columbia. This being the earliest occasion since my uc
cession to oflice I now avail myself of
this opportunity to express my sincere
thanks of tbe kind welcome received
in Britisli Columbia. I regret the Empire is still at war In South Africa,
which is now. happily, Hearing a successful termination, and also that the
foreign relations have been still further seriously complicated by the recent outbreak in China.
"It has been a circumstance of the
deepest significance that the colonics
have given such loyal   support   to the
mother country in her hour of trial.
It is particularly a matter of pride to
Her Majesty's subjects iu this Dominion tbat the response to the call for
aid has been general and voluntary
throughout all the Provinces, and
conspicuously so in British Columbia,
and that several Canadian contingents
have earned the warmest praise of the
military authorities for their valor
and effective work iu action,
"I am pleased to know that the industries^ the 1'rovineeare inajfairly prosperous condition, notwithstanding the
temporary wave of depression. Metalliferous mining, which was more particularly affected, is resuming more
normal conditions of activity, and I
anticipate a largely increased output
during the present year. Coal milling
In Kast Kootenay and on Vancouver
Island is on a prosperous basis, the
output for the past year exceeding
tbat of any other year. Lumbering is
in a prosperous condition and the foreign demand continues.
"Agriculture Including fruit growing, dairying, stock raising and other
branches is making steady progress
with prospects of an ultimate great
development
considered for the purpose of increasing the revenue.
"Owing to the fact that at tbe present extra session it. is proposed to
mainly vote supplies, and that the
regular session    will    he   beld   at   an
early date, tbe measures submitted for
your consideration, though of an important nature, will be few in number.
"It is the intention of my Government to provide in the estimates a
sum to place the oflice of Agent-General on a more satisfactory basis.
"The estimates of receipts aud expenditure, which will be prepared
with due regard to economy and the
requirements of the Province will be
submitted at an early date. A
vote on expenditure is necessary to
carry ou the business of the
Qovernment until the estimates can
be passed which will be Immediately
asked for. I now leave you to your
deliberations, which I pray may be
attended by the blessings of Providence
and that the result of your labors may
redound to your credit and the prosperity of the Province. "
At the conclusion of the Governor's
speech the House adjourned until
Monday,
NOT AT   PRESENT.
Salisbury says Present! Time Inopportune to
Discuss Closer Relations.
Ottawa. July Hi.-The secretary nf
Ihe Board of Trade has received notification from the London Chamber of
Commerce of Lord Salisbury's  refusal
to discuss with the representatives of
the Colonies closer commercial relations and the proposal that the Colonies contribute in II certain share to
the defenses of the Empire. Tbe British Premier says the present is uot au
opportune time to discuss the proposals and that put an end to the requests for thi' time being.
What appears to be a cold blooded
attempt at murder is reported from
Kazebiisii up tbe (liitineiiu. Thomas
Marks, a hotclkeeper at that place,
was returning with a tlshlng party
oomposcil of J. F. Douglas of Ottawa,
Wright Kllard. son of Joseph Kllaril,
and two local miners, when a bullet
from a gun passed through part of his
left band and made a flesh wound iu
his leg.    None of the   party   bad    fire
arms.     Marks is popular   in   the   dis-
Tbe fisheries last year I trict and bad no enemies.
Winnipeg, July Hi.���Lord and Lady
Minto are expected hereon Saturday
night, They will spend Saturday at
ICeewiilin and Rat Portage.
The stable and sheds of 11.""S.
IIIron, iiMoosomin funnel', were struck
by lightning yesterday and destroyed.
ThoraeinSon, the Icelandic laborer
injured in a bicycle collision on Monday, died today.
Toronto,    .inly    lo.���Charles    Mc-
(luenii, aged 23, a workman at the
Canada Foundry, fell into a vat of
boiling clay wash used in moulding
this Uoming and was terribly burned,
liis recovery Is doubtful.
New York, July Id.���James J. Corbet! and Kid McCoy have been matched to box at Madison  Square Garden.
The articles of agreement have not
been signed, hut the date is fixed for
August 36th,
Toronto. July Hi.-J. A. Lloyd, one
of the masters of the Upper Canada
College, has received a cable announcing the death of his brother, II. C,
Lloyd, of the British cruiser Aurora,
in the battle of Tien Tsin,
were successfully prosecuted, but it is
yet too early in the session to prophesy
the results of the present year's operations.
'I observe that since the correspondence between the (lopernmeiit of
Britisli Columbia and the Federal and
Imperial (iovernment relative to Asiatic immigration has been published,
a large influx of Japanese has taken
place. It Is the intention of my Qovernment to make strong representations to the authorities at Ottawa and
in Great Britain with a view to the
protection of the interests of the laboring classes against the, consequences of what threatens to be an
alarming increase in the Japanese
population.
"'The extensive requirements of the
Province in respect to mining development involve the carrying out of a vigorous policy of road building."and my
(iovernment will provide for surveys
and will report upon various sections
requiring attention.
"1 am impressed with the opportunities whieli exist for the profitable
carrying on of the manufacture of
pulp in British Columbia, and note
with pleasure the preparations that
are being made and the sites now arranged for the extensive prosecution
of this important industry.
"My Qovernment will ask an appropriation for defraying the expenses
of a commission to inquire into the
working of the mining acts with a
view of introducing legislation with
the purpose of amending the acts next
session. It will also Inquire into the
various conditions affecting the question of water rights.
" It is the intention "f my Qovernment to Impose a tonnage tax upon
tbe output of coal and colic in this
Province, and other measures will   be
BUTTONS   CONFISCATED.
Montreal. July 111.���Thc Custom
House has seized a consignment of
several thousand button badges Intended for distribution among tlie
public. The buttons bore the words
���Independence of Canada," some
being printed in French and the balance in Knglish. They came in from
New York and were shipped to a society called the Canadian Independence League which has a certain
number of followers in this elty. lu
spite    of    ihe   watchfulness of  the
authorities some of the buttons were,
received by members and are now
openly worn.
  _._
DIED UNDER CHLOROFORM.
Hat Portage, July HI.���Master jiiclc
Scovil, the 0-year-old son of Or. Boo-
vil, while wrestling with a young
playmate this afternoon, broke una of
his arms in two places near the elbow.
He was placed under chloroform by
bis father and Dr. Dunn to reduce the
fracture, but when tho limb was set
he could not be brought back to consciousness, and died, despite tlie
efforts of three doctors to restore him.
He was thc youngest child and an exceptionally bright lad.
Bt I       '        "   '   ���'- _ _
ROBERTS PRAISES BORDEN.
London, July HI.���In a despatch
dated today Lord Roberts pays a tribute to Lieutenants Borden and Birch,
lie says: "They were killed while gallantly leading their men in a counter
attack on the enemy's flank at a critical juncture of their assault on one
position. Borden was twice before
brought to my notice in despatches
for gallant aud intrepid eouduct,"'
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i NELSON DAILY MINER. THURSDAY,  JULY 19,  igpft.
Nelson Daily Miner
D,  J.   BEATON,   Editor and   Manager
Till: BY-LAWS.
Quarantine TuberoulOBls         174 80
siiitiuituHii uml boiler Inspection...      5.181 HA
sihmjh  -ilklno      16,(89 BS
Total uximiiillturo ,.91,880,831 89
By a good majority the ratcpapel's
have voted all the money by-laws.
That for the electric light plant was
not as favorably regarded as the
others, the percentage in support of
it being much less. The Miner is
still of the opinion that It would have
In  tlie part of wlsd  to defeat    it.
Tinkering with an old. woniout
system may result in the end in putting it into good shape, hut it will
prove a costly experiment. If thought
desirable to hold on to the franchise,
we believe it would be found cheaper
iu tills i Use, as it. has been ill so
many others, to tear down the old
and build anew. Instead of voting
fifteen or twenty thousand each year
for repairs and extensions and improvements, it would be belter to expend enough at once to give us a
thorough and efficient system. However, the people are Content to go on
with the old plant and its wretched
service, and no more need be said at
present.
The other by-laws were in the public Interest, and it Is well tbey were
carried. It is absolutely necessary to
extend our sewer By Stem, if the convenience and health of the citizens
are to be regarded. There arc street
Improvements that are far from pressing, but they must be made s e time.
and as Nelson is to become the most
beautiful residential town on the Mainland no barm will eoiiie of hastening
matters as much as possible, There
will probably be disappointment in respect to tbe sum that will be available for further expenditure this year,
as the vote of yesterday has been
largely anticipated; but the credit.
will be of service nevei'theless.
If Russia lias given the Chinese Envoy at Sl. Petersburg liis passports,
with the request that he leave the
country, if means that the Czar has
determined to wage war against the
Chinese Qovernment on   his own ac-
unt and without regard to the other
Powers, The news, which we print
this afternoon, comes through a source
that is not always tellable,    The New
York Journal is probably the most unscrupulous of the yellow journals, and
will not hesitate to make u story if it
cannot obtain one in tlie regular way.
There are evidences, however, that
this one is not so very Improbable. The
Powers are not at war with China,
but with the rebels of China. Russia,
however, is a neighboring State, and
as the rebels have invaded it she is not
supposed to make a distinction between them and the Qovernment
against which tbey are in revolt. If
true, this action on the part of Russia
will complicate the situation somewhat, although it does not furnish
any good reason to apprehend other
troubles than   those   already in sight.
Encyclopedia |m you smoke
Brittanica
WHAT   WE  GIVE AND GET.
30 Vols, and Guide
Opera House
Thursday and Friday
Nights
July 19th and 20th
Egbert's
Specialty
Conipany
$49.50
$i.oo with order, balance in
monthly   payments  of $3.00
Smoke  the
Royal Seal
and
Kootenay Belle.
UNION  MADE.
_00TE-A.C1__-_F-.C0
NELSON, B. C.
jJ^This offer good to  25th
J��iy-
CANADA DRUG &
BOOK CO.
HOTEL ROSSLAND
VERNON ST., NELSON.
Nelson's Newest Hostelry. Complete in every respect,
It has just been opened and the
public is invited to visit it,
RATES
By the week from $5 to $6.
By the day 81.00.
J. V. O'LAUGHLIN, Prop.
MANTELS, GRATES
AND TILES.
For a long time it ha* been mat
tcr of complaint that this Province
contributed heavily to the Federal
revenue, and received bacli much less
than a fair share of the expenditure.
That has been a standing grievance,
which from time to time lias been
ventilated by our representatives in
Parliament and by our newspapers,
dust how much we gave and bow
much we got buck was not known,
although there was no doubt that the
difference against the Province was
considerable. As we shall probably
bear more of the injustice to which
we have been subjected, it will be a
satisfaction to know with sonic approach to accuracy how the figures
-tuiid. Colonel Prior has been at the
palnH to gather them, and in the
House nut lonjf ago took occasion
to direct attention to thein in a speech
of great force. Our readers will no
doubt lie interested in a statement
that proves only too conclusively Unit
liritisli Columbia is being treated
with less consideration than the other
Provinces:
Revenue paid by liritish Culumliia
Into the Dominion Treasury during
fiscal year 1808-0i
C1U.1111I revenue	
Caitlelnnpeotlon fetm..
ehinosc poll tux	
ClutoillH���llutii- .  etc,.
. I'lzurCH.
I     l.MI n
M in
115,000 60
������UI .1127 2)
11.7110 Hi
j-. mmnniOi gnuinn dock     _____ P
BzolM���DnUoa, cto..
Kxctao���SoUurM	
Kxiiertiiumtnl [arm,
_l!t_Ol.en, IICI'IIMCH.   Oil'
bl3.Ha 01
til 111
Ml I.',
t.'i.Wll i.i
Ml ID
1,481 as
m.-.as 10
18,048 no
H.-jn; 01
0,011 so
���-.an 28
471 HO
(Ian limped ion. IllC - Kt'UI,, otc	
PenlttntutT, Now WMtrautaUr...
Pottouloo Portal Kovonue 	
CoiiiinlHHlon 1111   Monoy
1 intern	
Hlrk mariners' fund 	
Htuamhoat inspeelloii fees	
Tolegnph-	
Wclghta and iii.iu in.-.,	
Total revenue  $:i, 184,033 88
Expenditure by   Dominion  Govern*
ment in British Columbia, 1808-0:
AtlmlnlMration  of  Justico $    48,751 8t;
Bounty on Hilver orcitoniinuH ulneo
1105       70.1)1,1 111
'   Inn,-  ,' ! :i I.  .'.,  [i.   0,   p.,1,1   tO   I'I'OV
luce  53,908 50
Cnlfiooo tax, salaries, eto  2,184 on
Cu.UmiH, Kidiirh-H, etc   im.IKH :u
Ilefene. of _si|lllullll      ll.litlll HO
Kni|idmalt graving dock   11.867 05
Kxiierlmontal farm*  h'i!i;i 25
Hlcliirti-,salaries, otc...   8,45047
Hatoherr. Frawcr  River  3,738 14
Indian department    . 100,783 78
Inland revenue, Riiliirlen. ete..   23,302 50
l.jollt -Gov.'h Miliary               !*i[iKjTi llil
lilghlhoiiHCH und  InloyH  fill't; I HI
Marine ho-pitiilH              5,180 80
m.i.oroi.-Kii'ii] department 8,435 10
M lilt ia   siair ami annuslpay  18,550 30
Penitentiary at New Wosunfnstor. 12074 24
I'ontofftce   Halarloi. uml oontlniien
elftn      ,
I'OHUtffh - - Hilln-lillc fnr Main- uml
mil esrrlago
I'ontoffice-li 0,'sshsro of c.i'.it,
main line  inl. lily     ..     .
Postoffloe- TrunMportiillini nf mail
by road	
Provlnilal Hiih-lily      ...
I'ulille wtnrku -Hullilltigiiml .mil'
Till,llf utirk.    Ilmlglng    .
Public workM -Harbors,  rli'om ami
ijiiarantine      	
Public irons���Telegraph ilnea
Quarantine--alniioa,  1. r	
UtlsrsnUoo���Cuttle    ,,
Introducing Their Celebrated Musical
Novelty
The Aluminum
Chimes
Up-to-Date Specialties
Songs and Dances
And Lumlere's Imported
CINEMATOQRAPHE
Showing All the Latest
Animated Pictures!
Prices 50 and 75 cents.
Reserved scats on sale at
Canada   Drug &   Book Co
PIPE SMOKERS
ATTENTION!
Ask   your    Tobacconist   for
Smith's
Glasgow
Mixture
Positively the finest Tobacco
for Pipe Smoking in the
market.
OSLER & M'DOUQALL-,
Mining and Kunl Estate Agents,
Houses and Ixits on Iteasnnahle Terms.
Bee Our Lists.
Ollli
8, Victoria direct, Opposite
I'hair Hotel.
Gamble &  O'Reilly,
IU.074R4
18,077 .'I
85,145 Oi
70,248 11
���-'I',  1,,
40,658 ni
18,010 30
TIM ll
I7,:"i ;.<
1 I .'.7��|,1
ClVH    En.i.i...
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IM.,.,     LIMB   fi.l���l,l.,
IL    E.T.f.,    Im.UM.NO>,
And Qimi.i A...'.
Cr.,1.. ..,, Loan* M.,.��
Haker Mrifti Nelaon, R. C.
������������������.������
We invite you to look over our stock in
these lines. You will find it complete
and prices low.    See our show window.
������������������������
M'LACHLAN   BROS.
SUCtKSSOKS   TO
Vancouver  Hardware Co.,   Limited
Baker Street,  Nelson.
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THE    WM.   HAMILTON   HANUFACTURING    CO,
LIMITED.
MINING MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH.  ONTARIO.
CANADA.
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 by mail receive careful and prompt attention
WWA^^^^W^^^^^^V��WW%��WWV^��WrVV
House Slippers
For Your Wife
We have a splendid line - the easiest
she ever put her feet into. Get
her   a   pair   -only    $ ( .50.
������������������������
LILLIE BROS.
The Bboeists
HAMMOCKS
PRICES $1.25  TO $4.00.
CALL  AND   SEE  THEM.
Uw��e Hardware 60.
      Nelson,   B. C.
PYLE'S   PEARLINE
! Large Size
15   CENTS
For Salo By
iS. ill Western Mercantile Go. Ltd
... STORAGE ...
Storage space to rent; good, clean and cool; at  reasonable
rates.    Apply to
Tlie Nelson Electric Tramway CO., Ltd.
Room 9, Macdonald Block,
Wholesale  Houses
NELSON, B.C.
ABBATBD AND MINKKAL WATERH
rpIIOKPK A CO. I-ln-ltu-l -Cornor Vornoit
J_ iind CfldW dtrootri, NoIhoii-jMiuiiil'iu'liii'-
on of uml wholospilo doulorfl tn aoralod vvutcrw
mul fruit . yiupH.   Solo ukomIh for lluloyon Hoi
S|niiins nmiwttl wutor. Tuluphont)in),
NKLHON   SODA    WATKK   .'ACTOIlY
N. M. C.iiii.i.Iiih, LCfttOG-I'.vnry known
vniioty of _aftdrinks.   PO Box8& Tolephono
No. :u. Hoover Btrooti Nolson.  Bottlers o( Uio
Lhhoiih Ht. Loon HotBprlogH Mlhentl WatOl'.
OIUARS
KOOTKNAY CIGAR MANUKA!Tl KINO
OO.���Manufuoturors of the ltoynl Seal
ami Koulniuy _h.Hh ('I^uim, Kwiury uud
ollloo, Bakor Btrooti Nolnun.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Jf J. KVANS A CO.���Bakor atroot. Nol-
I ��� won���Wliolorialo douliTH In liquors, oi-
Kiira, oomontt Hro brick and tiro olny, wnlor
plpo iind btoui riiiiH.und gonoral ootimiiarion
iiiornliautH.
FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY
J    A. M'UONALl.   MaddoilBlook, Nolson
���   Kru|K  loo oroutu,  "O. II." cliooolaUw.
Iii^h olaHH t'*n_r<t*.tioi't*rj1.   loo Crouni I'arlois.
OKAIN,  HAY AND CKKKAI.S
BHACKMAN KKK MILLING CO., Lin.
Wholesale and rotuil doalori lu i;nun.
day, Hour, feed. MIIIh at Viclorla, Now \Vunl-
ininin; KdinonUm. Alia. Klornloih on Calvary and Kdiuoulon 1 iailway. Manufaotururs
of t lie colobraiud li, & K. brand coruata-
GROCERIES
A MACDONALD & Co.-Corner Kront
��� and Hall Streets -Wholesalo K''ocor
and jobburs in blankets, gloves, mills, bootl
rubbui-H, inaekinaws and miners' sundries.
ARCHITECTS
C1ANK A MACDONALD (H. Cane, Jamot
��� A. Maudonaldl-ArcbiteelA and supcrin
temlonls, Droken HUI Hloek, curlier Haker and
Ward HiroetH, Nolson,
LUMBER
NKLSON HAW AND PLANING MILL-
Ollice corner Halt and hronl HlreoUi,
Nelson -Lumber, collttiK. MoorliiK, and every
ilnni: mi wood for buildiiiK liurposeH. Uot our
[inc.���������,   Corrosponileneo solicited.
KKKSH AND SALT MEATS
1>   I1UHN3 & Co.-Bakor Htreot, Nolson
���   Wholesale dealers lu fresh und cured
meat*.   Cold titoraKo.
WKST   KOOl'KNAY   UUTCHKK   CO.-
Haker Street, Nelson���Wholesale deal
ers ln fruidi and cunnl iiumi .
HARDWARE & MINING  SUPPLIES
M'LACHLAN HKOS. (Sumsssors lo Vun-
couvor Hanlwarot.'o, LtcLtBokorStreet,
Net-ton U holesulo dealers in hardwaro ami
uiiniin: supulios, plumbers' aud tinsmiths' sup
plien. 	
NKLSON   HAKDWAKK   CO.-Wholesale
piuni  . i'il- and k1i>ss; mectiKDies' tools
AKeitt* foi Ontario Powder Works; dynamite
LigUOKS ANU OUY GOODS
Tl'KNKK. HKKTON A Co.-Cornor Vornon
and Josephine StrooU, Nelson���Wholesale dealers tu liquors, cigars, and diy goods.
Agents for Dahst Drew Ing Cu. of Milwaukee
aud Culgfry Hro wing Co of Calgary.
II
UDSONS HAY Co. Wholesale grocerlon
and liquors ulc, Hakor Streot, Nolson.
C.ALIKOKN1A WINK CO., Limited-Corner
J Kront and Hall Streets, Nelson���Wholesale dealers in .vinos (cusc and bulk), and
domestic and imporlod cigars.
provisions,   pkodi:ci-_ & 1'IU ITS
TY, GRIFFIN k CO,   Comer Vornon and
���   Josephine Street*,  Nelson ��� Wholo_ale
dealerH ln provisions, cured meals, buller und
t'ggH.
LIME
The Nelson Coke &
Gas Company is
now prepared to supply the best LIME
in the country at
50c per Cwt,
Special rates on carload lots.    Apply
Nelson Goko and Gas Co., Llfl.
Baker Street.
EVERY   DAY
-AT THHV-
CLUB HOTEL
Big Schooner
Bum' or Hiill-and-Iliilf only
10c
ALWAYS FBRSH AND COOL.
The only Rood Beer in Nelson.
Cor. Sttuiluj and . ilit-.i hi nil...
ED CURRAN, Prop
REISTERER & CO.
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer and Potter,
IJBOP IN AND SKE US.
Nelson, B. C.
CHARLES ST. BARBE,
HUDSON'S BAV
COMPANY.
-NcoRPoa^wiwa-
Wiltons
Axminsters
Brussels
Tapestries
Take your choice; select
your pattern; show us the
floor; you have no more
worry.
Prices and quality always
satisfactory. We sew and
lay all carpets free of charge.
Blind.
We carry a good assortment
of Opaques, and can fill
orders for any size blinds,
and will be glad to quote
prices for special sizes.
HUDSON'S
BAY
STORES.
Great West
Lilc Assurance Go.
HONEY TO LOAN
At 8 Per Cent.
I:
H. R. Cameron
Baker Street.
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.
COAL!  COAL!
Great Reduction!
;iiahi) coal   <|��q flc npr Tnn
(ANTHUAUITK)   <D��7aOO   PeF   1U
oaow^NKST $6il5 per Ton
DELIVERBD.
C.W.WEST&CO.
TEI.RPHONK 8H.
GEO. GUHD
Boom 1, Tnrner-Boeokb Block.
REAL ESTATE AND MINING AGENT
Houses and Building Lots in All Parts
of the Oitj.
WANTKD���For client, _ Rood businen
investment from 82,000 to 85,000.
QENF.RAL AQENT.
ST. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL
Nki-on B. C.
A limniIIhk anil Iiiiy Bcliool conducM liy
tho SImIoth of 8t. JohoiiIi of I'eaoo. It i�� iltii-
utwlaL Uio cornor of Mill anil Josciililno ItrMtf,
In ono of tho ImihI. ronldonUal portion! of Nel-
hoii anil la eaiilly acccaHlblo from all part*
of lho city.
The courao of Htudy Inoludoa thc fundamen-
lal and higher branonoH of a thorough Kniillui
odui'iillon. liiiHiiii'-.H coumo ��� Booakcoplnif.
Hlcnot/raphy and Typowrltlng. Bctonco ooumo
-MuhIo, Vooal and IiiHtni-ioutali Drawlo��,
eU--PUln aod Art Needtoworks C*l_rt_��pU��,
eto, NELSON   DAILY   MINER, THURSDAY, JULY  19, 1900
TENNIS   TOURNAMENTS.
Rounds Continue at Nolson Courts---Victoria
Tournumenl Begins on tlioaoth.
l'lay was nwiuneri  yesterday  at the
Tennis flub I'oui'ts in the tournament
matches. The lli'nt rounds were nut
all ooinpleteri hk Several of the matonoB
were ho closely oonteBted and loiitf
dniwn out that several matohes whioh
should have lieen played were poHt-
putieri until toilay.
lu the handicap mixed doublos Minn
Crickniay and Mr. Muerae defeated
Mi'n. Buchanan and Mr. Orlddle, 8-3,
ii-u. Miss Ferries anil Mr. Winter de-
foateil MIhh A. Crtokmay.and Mr. Harrow, tt-:i, ii-1.
In the men's handicap hIu^Km K. T.
I'ollok defeated Harrow, OS, li-:.'. IM
iu a hotly Oontested match. Vi. P.
HtckHon defeated P, Orlddle, B-4, 6-3
Crickmay defeated Wetmore,   0-8, 0-3,
The weather wan ideal for tennis
and the oourts were in  excellent   oon-
dltlou. A number of spectators wero
present. During the matches U'Ji was
nerved by Mrs.   II.   Hird.
The Viotoria Lawn TenniH Club has
aunounued the programme of open
cvcnti, for Its annual tournament to
���jfc/' be held at itH ktuuihIk on Beloher
Street, Victoria, commencing Monday,
July llOth.
EntrloH miiHt be Kent Into and received by the Honorary Secretary Mr.
Alexis Martin, fill Government Street.
Victoria, on or before Thursday, 80th
July, 1900. All games are to be played on (franH ami the rules of the Lawn
Tennis A__ociatlon of England will be
observed.
Tho following Is the programme 0/
open event-:
Ueutleinen'K Singles���Championship
of liritish Columbia. Winner takes
first prize and ia entitled to piny
present holder of shield, Mr. J, 1-'.
I .milieu, for ohainplonshlp of British
Columbia. Winner of latter event in
entitled to hold shield for one  year.
Kntranec fee 81.00.
Ilelll leiiien',, Doubles���Entrance fee
fi. 1111 each pair.    1st und -'ml prizes.
I.adie . Bingles���Championship of
British Columbia. Winner takes lirst
prize and in entitled to play present
holder of trophy, MIhh M, Goward,
for championship of liritisli t'oluniliia.
Winner of latter event is entitled to
hold trophy for one year. Trophy
must bo won three times before be-
eMiiii.r the property of the holder.
Kntranec fee 81.110.
Ladles' Doubles���Entrance fee fS.OO
each pair.     1st and '.'nil  prizes.
Mixed Doubles.���Entrance fee J2.00
r i'Ii pair.     iHt and Snd prizes.
See. the wonderful diving borne, as
he dives from a tower 60 feet, high, at
Coney inland.    Opera House tonight.
H. & M. BIRD
Agtnti lor Eureka Mineral Wool and
Asbestos  Co.
Keal Estate, Fire Insurance.
Private Funds to Loan.
POR SALE.
Twelve lols,being the north half
of blook 100, one blook above
Nelsou Club $2,ihhi
Two good building lots ou Mill
Slreet      GOO
Fifty-foot lot on Vernon Stroet,
near Thorpe's factory    1,000
I/it on Viotoria Street, near Miners'   Union      050
Three-story houso on Park St.
close to Baker 8L All modem
conveniences    2,;Vl)(l
Seven-roomed bouse on Mill St.,
one block from Stanley St    l.lHHi
Ranch at Nine Mile Point. 77'^ acres,
10 acres cleared, house aud outbuildings, garden, etc.
Clearing Sale
 OF���
Fiije Milliijieri)
All BUMMER OOOl)S  to he closed
out regardless of cost.
IP " ���������
MRS. M'LAUGHLIN,
Josephine St., near Haker.
COAL   MINERS
Steady employment will be given
to   25   good   coal   miners  at   the
Canmore mines, Alberta.
THE H. W. M'NEILL CO. (Ltd.)
 W. F. Little, Manager.
A. R. BARROW, a. m. i o.e
Provincial Land Surveyor.
Corner Viotoria ana Kootenay Sts.
P. 0. Box B60. Telephone No. 1)5
NELSON WINE CO.,
wo. up,   PriooH cannot be deputed,
THorni S3.
Frank A. Tamblyk, Mgr.,
B*kir Stwf-t.      Nelson
HBislEliiFAoicf
WANTED.
Two miners.  Dishwasher. Waitress
wis want housework.
J. H, LQVB, Aft,, baker St,
The  Athabasca   Gold  Mine
LIMITED
(In Liquidation.)
shake oapital ,c_(k),000.
I'o tiik Canadian khakkikh.iikkh:
Speeinl roHolutlons for liquidation,
uml reconstruction were passed at an
Extraordinary General Mooting,   hehl
mi the 18th oiMay last, uml condri I
at a further mooting on the 5th Juno
last, and In conformity therewith, a
new Company has been I'ogiBtored under the name of the Athabasoa Gold
Mine, Limited, having a capital nf
��100,000   in   Ordinary   Shares of    t'l
t'UI'll.
I give notioe that the ttgroomont for
tho transfer of the assets of tho old
Company to the new Company, which
wiih submitted to and approved by tho
Hnitl ISxtraordlnary (leneral Mooting,
hns now been oxeoutod ami is dated
the 18th June, 1000, Ilolders of shares
in the old Company are entitled to
eluiin us of right, an allotment of one
share In tho new Company, with its.
por share credited us having been
paid up thereon, for every two shares
held by them Or to whieh they were
entitled ln the old Company, provided the.i agree to pay up the balance of
:is. per share 1111 each of such new
sliures.
Shareholders registered on tho books
of the old Company have received
blanks or forms mi whieli to make
application for the shares to whioh
they are entitled to apply for. and
whieli must be received here and lie
in my hands, together with is. per
share payalile on application not later
than 1 si'ii Augtust, 1000. Shareholders
who do not make application by this
date will lose all their interest in the
Company. Ilolders of dollar shares
of The Athabasca Gold Mining Company, Limited Liability, who have
nnt converted their script into t'l
sterling shares of The Athabasca Gold
Mine, Limited, whieli iH now in liquidation, ure advised to Hend these
promptly to this office for conversion,
thai they may reeeive the necessary
blanks in time to comply with the
above notice and so retain their interest in the property,
E. NELSON PELL,
Manager.
Nelsun, II. C.
ALEX.  STEWART,
Room  3,   Turner-Boeckk  Block,  Nelson-
Notary   Public,     Real     Lutittt-,    Insurance,
Mine., Loan..
FOR SALE CHEAP.
9460 only for a house and lot, block
21, Addition A.
11,000 only for a house aud lot, Stanley St rent.
|850 only for a house and lot, Kobson
Sine).
|1,000 will buy choicest residence corner in city, 50x120 feet, up to loth.
$__.. ($_u cash, rest ou time) will buy
lot ill block 711 this week; afterwards
|Q60,
SJt.tHH) will purchase valuable corner,
Vernon Street,Jfor a few days.
Slut) (|60 eush, rest on lime) will buy
choice lot m llogiistown, on car line.
Por Kent���House, $V2.M per month.
Molly (iibsou shares.
Wanted   Tiiniarac stock.
TIMBER LICENSE.
[OTICKin  hereby  riven  Umt   thirty tluys
1 Intentl Lo apply to ihr chlof
1_N    after daw
pomtulruiouer of Uuid* aud Work* roranpeoi-J
QoenM to out und oarry uwuy timber from
the following dertOtibed funds :   Hi ������.-in k- ut a
post plantodou Uio north short! of iho West
Arm of Koolt'iniy Lako, nnd iihout tl miloH
out of the city of Nolson,and markod " Joe
Clubbn \. B,Cornor;*1 thenoo west 70enainfl,
UlOHOO north w chains,thonoo08__t 110clmttir.,
thence south 10 chains, theuoo wont .if ohalm,
tltenoo south I'l chains to placo of commoncu-
meot.
I. A. HAYWAUn.
E. P. WHALLEY, J. P.
NOTARY   PUBLIC
Office With 0.  W.   West &  Co.,   Cor.
Hull and Baker Streets.
City Ollice of   the Nelson Soda Water
Factory.
0RUOIBLE CAST STEUL
WIRE ROPE
7-8 inch diani. $l&60per HH) feet. For
immediate delivery in Nelson
apply.
J. C. T. CROFTS,
���>. O. Box 676. Nolson. B. 0'
Atlantic S. S. Lines
Krom Monlri'iil
Allan I.ine t'orlnllilan  July II
Ailiiii Line Parisian luly 81
lluiiilliinii Lino applvagta for Sir mine..July 11
lleuver Line Dominion luly ill
BeaverLlno I-nku Menunilc luly 18
Hiuvir Line Lako Superior July '_i
Krom New York
i 'ii imp I Line i' um  nn    July 11
Cuniinl Line Servla  luly.l
Wlilte Slur Line Toutontlo luly IS
While Slur Lino Unriiiaiiie July IB
Alnerli'ioi Line SI Pnul July IS
Rod Star Linn Frie.ioul  July IK
Anohor Linu Astoria inly U
Aiiilioi' Line Kl.lilupla July 21
North O.L. Lliu Kolaor Muriu Thorosa..Juljr 17
All..n suite l.ins ISIulul l.iiiiiolillan luly M
From Hi. i..... Mush
Cunard Line Haxonln July 14
Passages iirriinneit to uml from nil  European
pointH.   For rutoK. tlcku.s nud full Information
apply lo ('. P, It. ilupul iiKonl  or \V. Y. Ander-
hoii, City Passonaiir Archi, Ni'Imiii, H. t'.
W. P  F. CUMMINQS.
Genernl . unlit. C.l'.lt. (Illli'o-. Winnipeg.
Kooteaay Railway and Nav.
Company, Ltd.
OporatlnK
KASLO & SLOCAN RAILWAY
INTERNATIONAL NAV. A TKAD. CO:
Schodulo of Time.       Pacific Standard I'lmo.
KH'eotlvo February M. two
KASLO & S1.0CAN RY.
Pnssongor train for Sandnn and wuy/itatlonH
loavoH   Kanlo  nt 8 ft. in., dally.    Returning,
lonvos Snndon nt 1.16 p.m,, arriving nt Kaslo
at _fi5 p.m.
INTKRNATIONAI, NAV. A TRAD. CO,
Operating on Kootonny I_iko nnd Rivor.
Str. "Inlornatlonnl" loavim Kaslo for Nclsnn
nt (I ft. in, dully nxcopt Sunday. Kuturning,
lonvos Nolnon nl (i,lll p.m., culling ftt Ilnlfour,
Pilot Bny. AlnKWOrth and all waypoUils. Connects wilh H. F. & N. train to and from Hpo-
kftno at Five Mllo Point.
LARDODUNIAN  DIVISION.
stoumor Argontaloavon ECasloTuoMWysand
FrldavHiil 0a.m. for ihr hood of navigation on
lho   tipper Duncan River:  ivlurninK leaves
Hall's Uimliiig Weiliiesiliiysanil Saturdays.
Sloftliioru cftfl ot iirinclunl Imidings In both
illi nil Ions, nnd at olhor points whon signalled
Tickets sold to all points in Canodft nnd tho
Unltod States.
Tn nscortftlii r��t"s nnil (ull Information ml
dross I
UOUKKT IltVINU,
Hanagor, Kaslo, U,C,
DRINK
THE   BEST
BEER
Anheuser=
Busch
St. Loll is
Lager
To be hud wholesale nt, Nelson.
R. P. \\\i\iei Sl
COm,  Ltd.
A. B. GRAY, Baker St., Nelson
Kootenny Ayout.
GREAT NORTHERN
RAILWAY.
NONE BETTER.
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SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS.
PALAOE DININQ AND OBSERVATION
OARS.-MEALSalaOARTE.
Close eoiineetiou Kast and Westbound at Spokane with tinius of the
trnins of ihe Spokane Fulls mid Northern Kailwuy.
Direct connection at St, Haul without change of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Mont real, New York
and aflpoints West and South.
Leaves Spokane daily for East nt 10:15 a.m
Leaves Spokane daily tor West at 7:45 p.m.
West-bound trains make direct connection for Victoria and Vancouver,
Portland, San Francisco, and all points
on the Sound.
During t lie season of navigation East
hound trains connect at Diilulb with
the magnificent .steamships North-West
and North-Land oftheNorthorn Stenni-
ship Oompany Line, operated in connection with the (ire.it Northern Railway.
For further Information, maps, folders, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
falls A Northern By., Kaslo ,V Slocan
Ity , Kootei ui Railway ,t Navigation
Oo,, or to
K. I. WHITNKY.   II. A. JACKSON,
deal, l'uss. & Tkl. Agt.   Oom'c.l Agt.
St. Paul, Min        Spokane. Wash
er..
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand of
Rough and Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles.
Mouldings, Sash Doors.
Inside Finish,
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
V. e Have Sold 75 Per Cent of 411 the
Portland Cement
Fire Brick, Fire Clay
_ ,. f, _ . and Sewer Pipe
Used in tbe Kootenay r
Just Seceived���Oarload
Dominion   Ale  and   Porter
Dominion  White   Label  Ai.i
1 i�� pints and quarts)
(pints anil quarts)
Mill at PILOT HAY. Yards. NELSON
and LARDO.
HEAD OFFICE:   NELSON.
J. A. SAYWARD.
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This is the finest Ale brewed in Canada.
Dominion   Bulk   Ale
(In  15-gallon  kegs)
Teacher's  Scotch   Whisky
la Btill the best
H. J. EVANS & CO.
NELSON.   11. ('.
KOOTEMYCOFFEE CO
Our Fresh Roasted Coffee Best of
Quality, rts follows :
Java nmt Ariiliiim Morlui. pur pound |   41,
.1.11 1 uml -loelm Ithinil, II pounds  1 IK)
Pine Santos, 4 pounds  1 mi
Sanlos Hleml, 5 pounds  1011
Our Bpeetololend, (I pounds  1 ou
Our Kio KoiihI, li pounds  1 _i
A  I 111 11, ,'ltoi 11 Mil II 111:11.
Salesrooms:
2 doors east of oddfellows
block, w. baker st.
NELSON,        - B. C.
Spokane Falls A
Northern R'v.
Nelson  A Fort
Sheppard RY
Red Mountain R'v.
The only all rail route between
all points east, west and south to
Rossland, Nelson and intermediate
points; connecting at Spokane with
lireat Northern, Northern Pacific,
ind O. R. & N. Co.
Connects at Nelson \<ilh steamer
for Kaslo and all Kootenay lake
points.
Connects at Meyer's Falls with
stafje daily for Republic, and connects at Bossburg with stage daily
for Grand Forks and Greenwood,
LBAVB, Dny Train. Aiiiiim:.
Ill ..'15 a.m .Spokane 7 :l(l p.m,
1_ :US p. in -tosslnnd. 6:80 p.m.
i) :30 a, ni Nelson H M p.m.
Nii.'hi  Train.
!):45 p.m Spokane 7:05 nni:
11:00 p.m Rossland (LliO a.m.
H. A. JACKSON, G. P. & T.A.
Spokane  Wash
G. K. TAOKABURY,
Aeent. Nelson, B.O
V. O. GREKN F. S. CLEMENTS
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
Surveyors.
P. O. Box Uf Mulson, B. U
SILVER KING MIKE
Will pay the  highest cash price for all
kinilN of second hand Konds.    Will liny
or  sell  anything from   1111 anchor to a
needle.     Furniture,    stoves,   eiiipertH,
cooking utensils, bought in household
qnnntittes. Also cast off Clothing.
Oall end see ms or write. Address
Silver King Mike, Box .00. Hell
Streel, Nelsou, 8, C,
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Lines West of Lake Superior.
"Imperial
Limited"
Service,
Departure   and    Arrival   Time   ol
Trains  and  Steamers.
Depart from Arrive  nt
Nelson Nelson
Steamer    arrives   at  Nelson
from the oast, Crow's  Nest
branch     and   intermediate
points 2.:io
Train leaves Nelson for Kobh-
land     and     intermediate
points, and via Rohson for
north, Revelstoke,the main
lino and Pacilio coast points.
Train leaves Nelson for Sandon and Intermediate points
and via Slocan Lake route
for north, Kevelstoko, the
main line and Pacifio coast
poiuts.
Trnin nrrives at NelHon from
Kossland  and intermediate
points io.;j5
Steamer arrives at Nelson
from Kaslo and intermediate points iL(K)
15.lln Trains leaves Nolson for
Hosslnnd, Greenwood and
intermediate points.
18,00 Steamer   luavos   Nelson   for
Kaslo and way points.
Train arrivos nt Nelson from
Kossland   and    Greenwood
and    intermediate  points,'
nnd   from   Kevelstoke,   the
main line, and Pacifio coast
Il0lIltH-' 18.45
Tram aruves in Nelson from
suniion   and   Intermediate
points,and from Kevelstoke,
the main line and the Pad-
He coast pointH   m jjq
3S.80 Steamer leaves Nelson for
1 rows Nest hrunch aud all
points east.
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NEIuSON, *. C.
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Branch. Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slooan City.
Orders by mall to any branch will have careful a��4 orompt attention.
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We  are now doing  husines> in
OUR NEW STAND
(THE OLD BURNS SHOP)
Next to Nelson Hotel, where we hope to see  all  our
OLD customers and many NJi W ones.
Give ns a call.
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Telephone 10. P 0 Box, K and W
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Triiv. Pawi. Agent
Nolncn
K.J.OOYI.K,
A W, P. A*M.t>,
VMMCfl.or
Merchants' Bank of Halifax
Incorporated 1869.
I'Rpllnl   IMhlii|..       ,      .       .       KI,1in,-,,o;iuhi   I    He.I HI,.M,��M.ff
Konril ��r lUrniiirs:   TIjoiuiih K. Kenny,   1'resident;   ThomiiH Hilchln,  Vlc<]*FrMidoiit.
Wiloy smith.   II. U. Hi.uM.  Hon. H. M. Kullor, M.L.C.. Hon. l>nvid MaoKotiD.
Hi-iitl  Ufllrr, iinlliax :
General Mfiiintpcr, BdaOB U P��MS( Montruul.
Hu| .'r,nti'iiih-iii ��f Hnuiehex. und Boeretary, W*. li. Torraiicc, IJallfux.
bupootor, \v. Y, Brooki Uiillfax.
lnupvclor I>. M. Slcwarl, Motilrcul.
Ilrnnrlim t
Nov* Ki-oiiit ll.ilifuN Hianrh, AntlgonlHli, HrUlKownlor, tiuynttoro. Iiondondorry, l��\inonhun{
Ainiiliin-l (Hai.t-i I'm i (Melon, Port lliiwkohhnry, Hydiiov. Hliutieniieftdle. Tniro, Weymouth
Mpw KMin<.^irh H;d in.i i. DoreheHlor, Krwlcrleton, KliiKflon (Kent Co.l, M one ton, New-
enHtle.Hfickvlllo, Wm.-I imk. I*, i:. InImhiI (hurloltelown, SiininierHldo. <|nrhfr Montnml
(City Olllee), Montreal. Wwt Knd (Cor. Noire Jmmo mid HolKnouni HtreoU); WuHtinount (Cor.
Oreone Avenue and Ht. Cftllmrlnr.H Street. Onliirln ottitwa. Nrv*roamtlnHd - Ht Johu'fl
���ul>n, nr.iiiifiirx ll.n.iii.i. I nileil Mnn ���. Now York till KxehaiiKO 1'lnco) Heintblic, Wanh
J-UANGHEH IN lUilTIHII COLUMBIA.
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Vancouver, Vancouver East End, Victoria.
I nn i s|M��mli |,U |
< ii in    M"m'liuiii- Ba,nk of Canada,   Bonliin-Nallonal Khawnml IlnnU.
Nulional I. ink.   H��n _r��nrl��i��   Klisi National Hunk,   i.nmi,,,,, >,���_.   ii,u_
I'nrl., rrnnrr-Cii'illl   I.siiiiiiiii".   Mrrnmila   Hank of llcrinuila.   I Nlnn ami Jan..    I
Ko.ik m_t Pihuihal Banklna Corporation. """ *"p*"   "<H"t
(leneral Banking Business Transacted; Sterling; Bills of Exchange   Bought
and Sold, Letters of  Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts recedved on the BlOSl favorable terms.    Inteivat allowed on special
deposiU and on HnvInK Hank accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
C-leacs���Amerlon
���Hank of  s. oiliwiil.
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Our HALF PEICE SALE has been a great success. Since we began we have sold many dollars' worth of Summer
Goods, but our shelves are still well filled. There are bargains still for everyone. We have told you of the different
lines we have.   There are a few we wish to again draw your attention to:
BLOUSES-White Muslin Blouses, regular price 90c, snle price 45c.   Colored Muslin Blouses, regular dricc $2, sale price 90c.
SUMMER   BKIRTS-Si�� $4.50 Colored Serge Skirts, light woighl, to be sold each nl $2.25.   Six  Black and While Cotton Skirts, unllned, regular
price ��3, sale price $1.50.
Five pieces of Colored Pique, regular price 15 cents per yard, to be sold per yard at 9c.
LADIES'  UNDERVESTS���IOC ones for 5c.   '5c ones for 7 _-2c.   2��c ones for   tOc.
These are a few of the bargains. There never was a time in the history of Nelson when your dollars would go
further in Dry Goods than they will today, if they are spent with us.   Come and see for yourselves.
Martin   O'Reilly
HOUSTON   BLOCK, NELSON, B. C.--TERMS   CASH.
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LOCAL AWD   PERSONAL
Mr. anil MrH. A. .1. HepperBon left
last evening for the Kast.
Beaver Line Bteamer, Montfort,
Balled frmn Liverpool at .'> p. m.
July 17.
Allan Line Bteamer, Numldnn, arrived at Liverpool at 3:30 a. in.
July 13.
Captain (lore li'tt tliis morning on a
tour of Inspection over Okanogan
Lake, returning next Wednesday.
Vi. II. Aldrloh, manager of the
Trail smelter, and party will pass
through the city on their way to the
Kast tomorrow.
Thr Tramway Company basromoved
its offioes from the third Hat ofthe
Maodonald block to the basement office in th. same building.
The Spokane tossers will arrive in
Nelson tomorrow evening and will
fioss Imts with the local team Saturday and Sunday afternoon,
Two drunks were brought before
Magistrate Crease this morning al the
police court. One was lilii'il $111 ami
costs and the other .'��� and costs.
tiara Mathes' Company which
played in Nelson last week are now
pitying In Rossland. They opened
iherv Tuesday night with "standing
room only.''
There waa a large attendance at the
dance heldat Lake Park Pavilion last
evening ami a general good time was
had, Tin' music was furnislifil by the
Municipal Band.
A footliall game has been arranged
between the lirst and second elevens
of the Nelson Club and will be played
ntr at ii :im next Monday evening at
the recreation grounds.
There will be a meeting of the Rifle
Association at the Armory at 7:30
sharp, this evening, to arrange teams
for the last matoh of the Canadian
Military Rifle League to be shot Saturday.
Messrs   II.     anil   M.   Bird    hnve    sold
Morley's ranch, which is situated
aeross the lake, to II..licit II. Shnll/
of Brantford, Ontario, Mr. Schultz
will convert the property Into ii fruit
ami poultry ranch ami Intends to run
It ou a large scale
A Dumber of Nelson's   citizens   will
leave this evening for Winnipeg
where they will attend the annual ex-
hlhition which opens thero on Mmi
day. They are: Mr. ami Mrs. W. A.
Thurman, (leo, Hell. Robert II. Carley,
Marry I). Ashcroft, S. ('. Winkler and
J. M. Coombs,
Mr. J. T. Wilson, manager of the
Nelson Transfer Company, taken exception lo the article iu yesterday's
Miner which told of the beating of a
horse in what was termed an Inhuman
manner. Mr. Wilson acknowledges
thai In- pnnishcil the animal severely,
hilt   says he    was  pel firth   justified   ill
lining so. The horse, he nays, has a
habit of laying down while In har-1
Bess and   breaking  the  wngmi |mles, i
He was determined to cure hi i this
ami for that   reason  drove ll   himself
yesterday,    u hen   the animal  ame !
ugly he punished   It, and  in believes
to g i effect, for during  the ball	
of the day ami thll morning II worked
In a team without oauslngany trouble
whatsoever.    Ordinarily, .Mr. WlU.n
says, a man would not be justified in
punishing a horse no severely, but he
believes he had full juslftcation for
his action yesterday.
Mrs. Tuck, who is to represent St.
John, N. B. at the Woman's Counoil
Meeting, accompanied by her daughter
Mrs. C. I'. Freeman-Lake, who ia one
of the delegates from this city, left by
this morning's train for  the  Capital.
Ernest Mansfield, accompanied by
several foreign eapitalists, whom lie
has largely interested ill mining and
Industrial enterprises, sails on the '-'Dtli
inst. from Liverpool and will come direct to Nelson. His party will visit
the properties In Camp Mansfield, the
White Grouse country. Slocan District
ami elsewhere. It is understood that
Mr. Mansfield has been very successful of late in turning the attention of
investors toward British Columbia, iii
spite of the stringency in the foreign
money market on account of the war
troubles.
The mining records made today are
as follows: Certificate! of Work���Ou
Highland Chief to I). K. Monoe, on
I Ma net. Rocket, Comet to Duncan Mines:
ou Blue Qrouse to J. A. Gilker. on
Tenbroke, Cable, to J. Bhuttleworth:
on Gray Mouse to Edward Cole, on
Snowshoe to Fred A. Pollock. Locations���Kxctcr. near Summit Siding,
by Robert C, Caldwell; Bloomer, on
Five Mile Creek, by 8.H.Cross; Trout,
mi Mineral (reek, by Joseph Camp-
hell: Union Jack, on Hall Creek, by
s. Qlaaford; Elizabeth, on Qrohman
Creek, liy William anil Alexander
runnel I.
Sii.niio for a wagon road from Lemon
Creak aiding on the C. P. R. beyond
Slocan t'ity to the head waters of the
first north fork of Lemon Creel,. In
the matter uf the relief of Sandon Ihe
late Government would have hemmed
aud hawed before it gave a cent, In
all probability it would have absolutely refused to give half tile sum that
will now be devoted by the Province
tu the Lemon Creek road, In that
case the Warner-Miller Syndicate of
New York anil the Chapleau Consolidated Gold Mining Company would
never agreed to furnish the other
80,000 for the road.
In other parts of the Slocan ami in
the Ainsworth mining division the
present Government has directed that
certain absolutely necessary work lie
proceeded with at once. Hence it is
that long-needed repairs are being
done in such promising regions as
llainil ('reek, in the Lardo-Duncan, on
the South Fork of Kaslo River, on
Springer Creek, on the McGuigan
wagon road, on the roads In the neighborhood of New Denver anil Slocan
(.'ity ami iu other directions.
Tho new Government lias certainly
started out well anil linn. W. C, Wells
is to lie congratulated on the evidence
which lie has afforded thai he, as Ihe
new Chief Commissioner of I,anils ami
Works. Is in favor of a progressive
policy in the opening np of the milling regions upon which the prosperity
of British Columbia so much depends.
Scene on the London & South Wales
Railway al llariiHtable Junction, tug
laud.   Opera House tonight.
BY-LAWS  PASSED.
Money   By-Laws  Are   Sanctioned    By   the
Property  Owners.
All of the by-laws  submitted to the
people yesterday, live in number, were
passeil with several votes to spare.
The   vole   on   each   was   as   follows:
No. ii.. Waterworks Loan. J78 votes
for.   .',7 against,  majority for 819,
N". 59, Eleotrlo Light, 22H voteq
for. in:, against ; majority for l:;:i.
No. 7(1���Sewers- -'77 votes for, .17
agniiisi; majority for. 380,
No. 71���Street Improvement���3.111
voles for, 77 against; majority for,
17'.l.
No.    72���Road-making    plant���958
votes for, 7"i votes against; majority
fur.  183,
li required a two-fifths vote In each
c.is,. in p;iMS thc by-laws,
It is likely that the Council will
order the work of macadamizing Baker
Street  ill once.
MASONS MEET.
Annual Mentlnu of Grand Lodge, of Masons
at London, Ontario.
London, Out., July Hi.���The annual
meeting of thc Grand Lodge of Masons
of Canada opened yesterday morning
iu the Opera House, the Mason's
Temple having been destroyed by fire,
Mayor Bumball, a member of the
order, welcomed the delegates. In
his address to the brethren (irand
Master Malone referred fittingly to
the loyal, zealous aud enthusiastic
Buppdri he had received from deputies
in every district during his visits
among them. With regret the Grand
Master bad to report that be had
noticed iu sonic lodges the introduction of ward politics iu the election
of officers, Tickets were gotten up,
opposition eauips formed, and open,
unblushing canvassing Indulged in.
lie condemned the practice in strong
terms, hut on two occasions he was
met with the answer that so long as
thi> Grand Lodge set such an example
subordinate lodges Bhould not be condemned,  Z 7..
High class refined specialties, musical
novelties and comedy, at Opera House
tonight.
MARRIAGE  AGAIN   DELAYED.
New York, July HI.���Young (Ieorge
Cornwallis-West. who was lo marry
Lady Hamlolpli Churchill on Saturday
week, is very ill. The terrible heat,
says a London cable to the World, has
caused recurrent svniploins of sunstroke, from which he Buffered in
South Africa and caused him to he invalided home, liis mind Is affected
and his sight is almost gone, Mrs.
Cornwallis-West expresses the opinion
that had her son's strength tint been
undermined hy the South African campaign he never would have contemplated a match so Incongruous.
Rout hern Songs, with beautiful colored illustrations, at Opera House
tonight,
FKOM KASLO.
General Feellno of Content With   the  New
Government.
Kaslo, July 111.���That the Dunsmuir
Government   is far   more alive   to thc
needs of the mining districts than the
parsimonious   Semlln-Cotton   admin*
istratliin. which preceded It, has already been shown, it ha*been amply
proved In the case of Sandon nnd In
th? uutttcr  of the  spprfjprlstlon of
Two solid   hours  of  aiiiiiHeineiil al
popular prices.   Opera lluuse tonight
Tired
eyes
cause
sickness
Because the eyes tire easily,
some folks say Ihey are not well.
In most such cases there is eyestrain.
Neglected eyestrain is sure to
produce.sickness.
Be wise;
Have your eyes examined.
Know their exact condition from
in expert.
Consultation free.
Patenaude Bros,
Watohmakers, Jewelers and Optioians,
NELSON   B.��,
ROBBED THK GRAVE.
A Mint I ing incident of which Mr. John
Oliver, uf Philadelphia, was tbe subject,
is related by him as follows: "1 was iu
a most di end ful condition. My skin wus
almost yellow, eyes sunken, tongue coated, pain continually in back and side, no
appetite gradually growing weaker day
by day. Three phyHiciaus hud given me
up. Fortunately a frieud ml vised trying
'Electric Bitters:'anil to my great joy
nud i.tirpi inc the lirst bottle made a decided improvement. I ooutinued tbeir
UBe for three weeks aud am nnw a well
man. I kuow tbey saved my life and
robbed t he grave of another victim. Nn
one should fail to try them. Only 60
cts., guaranteed, at Canada Drug aud
I'nok Store.
"The Astronomer's Dream," or the
moon  at  close range, at Opera limine
tonight.
Spring nhicken and all the dnlioanins
nf the season served to you whan yon
visit Florence Park Hotel at Roherts'
Ranch, two and a half miles up the
river.    W. M. Roberts, proprietor.
LADIES'    HOSE
In BLACK LISLE with fancy open stitch.
Regular Price 75c Pair.
Today   and   Tomorrow
Reduced to 55c Pair.
Sizes 8}_, 9 and qy_.
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KERR & CO.
"BUTE RIBBON TEA IS DELI0I0U8."
BUY IT.
The Miner is on sale at  the   following news stores at five cents per
copy:
stanloy Nolson
I In oi stationery Co       Nolson
��� '.in m.i Hun;.-. n.ii.i rn. Nelson
Hotel Hums Nows Stand Nolson
Hotel Phair Nows .land NolHon
ll. Campbell Ymir
0. Y. Nelson NowDonvor
J. Y. Iliiliintiy fiu ,'hri i y
11. A. Hradahnw Slocan City
Hlocan Nowh Co. Handon
ThoniHon HroH. Vancouver
I   un""I _   V.iniii: KiihIo
II. A. King & Uo. Greenwood
and  News   Agents   on  boats  an(J
trains out of Nelson
CHURCH DIREOTOHY,
s. . -violin'- IKNiiLiHiij Chuhcii-Corner
Ward and Silica Sts. . ninl.i, Holy Communion S a in.: niul on the IhI, nnd 3rd SundnyH
In Un- miiiiili after Mnn in ��� ; ,M,i i in. in II n.m.;
Siniihiy BohOOl 2,;��l [i.ni ; KvciiHiing 7..'to. Dully:
MullIiih at D.8Q n. in. Thin, day* nnd Halm.
Iliiys: Holy  Communion  111 n. tu.     Fridays
Kvensong ;.:ui p, m��� followed by choir practice. H. H. AKeliurHt, Hector. Fred Irvine,
Ueo. Johnstone, WardonH.
CATlltil.li   Council-Ciiriioi'IVVanl and Mill
Hlriii'tH MOBS even Hunday at Hand Hi"" ii.iii
Benfldlotlon nt 7.30 run.   MiiHHOvury week dny
nt 1 ,i"i.in.   Hov.  Father Fcrlnnd Itecior.
I .1KHIIYTKKUN ClIl'IK n���Services at II a.m.
and ;,:��> p.m. Sun.lay s.'liiii.l at 8.30 p.m.
Prayer mooting Thursday evening at S p.m.;
Christian Kndeavor Society moot, evory Tiiish
day ovenlng ����� �� o'clock. R*r. B, Frew,
.���iter.
SMOKE
THE   CELEBRATED
BRIAR  PIPES.
THURMAN
TOBACCONIST
linker St.
Direct Importation
HAVANA   CIGARS
All the I nailing .Brand
Try NAPOLEON Chewing Tobscco.
MISCELLANEOUS
AdvcrtlKOmentH Insorled under this hoad at
the rata of 0110 cenl a word per litHortion. No
ailvertlHciii'ii i takon for loss than 25 cent*.
WANTEIl-Two or three unfurnished
rooms  in  a  private  house, or block,
for young married conple with no
children.   Address "P.." Miner otlice
WANTKI)   liy  two liulii-, positions
of wink ami waitress respectively in
mining camp 01 mill,    I loom II, llranil
(Vntl'ill I Intel, Nelson.
WANTED-General servant.    Apply
to  Mrs.  W.  A.  Macdinmld, corner
Stanley and Carbonate Streets.
TO HENT -Furnished room, one minute from linker  Street.   B.. Miner
office. _____
TO   LET.- Honse  to   let   across   <be
lake, stove, etc.   Apply O. Nowliug,
BBker street. ________
POR RENT.���2 rooms in West Blook.
Apply at office of O. W. West St Co.
Canada Permanent and Wks-
tkkn Canada Mortoauk
Corporation.
head oefioe toronto,  ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply toO. L. LENNOX. Baker St.,
Nelson. >
LODGE MEETINGS.
A
NKI.SON LODQK, No. SB, A. Y. A A
M. moots second WodnoHday In enett
month.   Veiling brothorn wnloome.
^/_%__t,     I.   <).  <).   Y.     Kootenay Lodg"
-IjK    Eft* No. 11), moeta overy Monday night.
^^^ at  thoir  Mall,  Koolonay Htroot
Sojourning Odd FellowH cordially Invited.
John Scoley, N. O.   John A, McHao, V. G.
I). W. Kutherfonl. 800.
NcIhou Kncampinont No. 7. Moots overy Ipd
nnd Ilh Kriday of each nionlh, In Odd Follow*
Hall, cornor Bakor and Kootenay itroow.
NoIhoii. A. II. Clmnents, C. I'.; D. McArthur,
11. 8.   VlHltlng linn in'i   nt v. ui i. welcome.
NKLSON   I_)DGK  No.   lb, K. off
. moots In K. of 1'. hall. Oddfellows Woo*
.yAoverv   Tuesday  ovonlng at 8 ocli'is
J]A1I vlHitlng knights cordially  Invllml
, Ucott C. C.
O, Joy, K. of It. and 8.
NKLSON L. O. L. No. WW moots in Fraternity Hall overy Thursday ovonlng a* ��
I'clock. VlHitlng niouiborH cordially Invnou.
it. Robinson. W. M,: M. Crawford. It. S.
N_l_SON~ QUKKN NO- ��'
��==% SONS OF KNOLANI), meet}
r ll first and third Wednesday '
i_ n _._ oach month at Fraternity, "'"���
Ill-'U-tf cornor of Bakor and KooluiiM
C III   sl reels.   Vlslllng hrnthorn OOru-
^%==~#   lallj lavltod.
John Watson, SocroWry.
COURT KOOTKNAY, I. O, F.. No. MJJ,
Meetings 4th Thursday of month. Frnleriuu
hall, J A Irving C. R.   P. R. Fleming. _____
NELSON ABRIK No. M, V. O. K._,m��^,
every seoond and fourth Wednesdays of ��aon
month. Visiting in.iubors cordially ���������
Charles Proowr, Seoretary.

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