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Daily Edition   No. 770
Nelson, British Columbia, Thursday, July  5, 1900.
Tenth Year
RAILWAY SUBSIDIES
GRANTED IN HOUSE
Western Roads Get Over a
Half Million Dollars In
Grants From Parliament.
(BPBCIAIi- TO THE MINER.)
Ottawa, July 5.���The bill regarding
Provincial judges passed its second
reading, the motion for a six months
hoist being declared lust without
division. On motion to go Into supply, Bennett, East Sinicoe, moved a
vote of eensiire of the Government for
having suspended the coasting laws
of the Western lakes last summer.
Messrs. Fielding and Charlton pointed
out that the action of the Government
was necessary In order to save to
Canada the carrying of the western
grain to the Seaboard, Bennett's
amendment was defeated by 38 for to
59 against. The House then went into
supply on supplementary estimates.
The Premier was presented with a
round robin from the Membois of
Parliament asking for Solid increase
on sessional Indemnity on account of
the long session. It is said that the
Qovernment will not entertain such a
proposition.
RAILWAY SUBSIDIES.
Hon. A. (i. Blair has given notice
of subsidies to railways. The total
amount of subsidies, including re-
VOtSS, Is $8,499,200, divided by Provinces. The subsidies stand as follows:
Ontario, |1,_1��,000; Quebec, (800,000;
Nova Scotia, 9401,200; New Brunswick, $498,000; Western roads, $555,-'
(100; totals. $3,493,200. The $100,000
Subsidy to the Ottawa and Hull bridge
should lie divided equally between
Quebec and Ontario, but is given here
to Ontario. Following arc the Western votes in addition to the grant by
Act 112, 03, Vice Chap. 7. further mileage not exceeding 100 miles, $320,000:
Kor a railway from a point on thc Alberta Railway anil Coal Company's
Railway toward Cardston, Alberta, N.
W. T., for 80 miles of railway at $3,500
per mile, 176,000; to the Kaslo St Lav-
do Duncan Company for a railway
from Duncan Lake toward Lardo or Arrow Lake, B.C., or from Lardo to Arrow Lake, not exceeding 80 miles,
198,000, The conditions on which
railway subsidies are granted are the
same as last year, namely $8,200 per
mile when the cost of construction is
below 81.1,110(1 and when over that cost
the Qovernment to pay half thc cost
of construction, but not to exceed
8��, 4(io per mile.
PROVINCIAL   JUDGES,
Thc whole of the afternoon and part
of the evening sessions in the house
was taken up with a bill respecting
Judges of provincial courts.    The bill
provides for three additional judges in
Quebec, one in Yukon and thc making
of a chief justice from one of the present judges for the northwest. Mr.
0-igran, Montreal, in criticising the
details of the bill said that the salaries
paid to judges, especially In thc Montreal district, were too low. Mr. Fits-
Patrick agreed that salaries of judges
were too low, but this bill was uot
dealing with this question. Mr. Bergeron moved a six months' hoist and
Mr. Foster seconded it. Sir Wilfred
Laurier pointed out that the Quebec
legislature had asked for three more
judges. The bar of Montreal had
asked for them and thc people of
Quebec had a right to sullicient judges
to try the. cases that came before them
Sir Louis Davies said that the hill
was being discussed as if it applied to
Quebec. Hut it did more. It gave an
additional judge to Yukon and 81.100
to provide for a chief justice in the
Northwest. Dr. Montague said that
ho was not against western judges.but
he was opposed to additional judges
for Quebec.
Pascal (lagnon, 28 years old, was
electrocuted on the Hull and Aylmcr
electric railway near Deschcne. lie
was engaged In wiring on the road
ami came In contact with a live wire.
Pesth was instautaneous.
ELECTRIC RAILWAYS.
Interesting statistics as to Number of
Passengers Carried In 1899.
Ottawa, July 5,���The Dominion statistician has compiled some interesting figures about the electric railways
of Canada. During the year ending
December 81, ls!H>, the 032 miles of
track were so used that thc total number of passengers carried was over
104,083,869, This is equal to carrying
every woman and child in the Dominion twenty times. Compared with
thc previous year the number of passengers carried increased nearly 9,-
600,000 and the number of miles run
by over tt million. The passengers
carried per mile run increased from
3 1-3 to 3 1-2. Together the steam and
electric railways carried over 120,000,-
000 passengers, and the proportion
was about 13 by steam to 87 by electricity.
Charles Loguc'of Maniwacka, a
small town 100 miles up the Oatineau,
died a couple of months ago and left
an estate valued at 8200,000. The eldest Hon iH not satisfied with the will
ami is going to test its validity in the
courts.
GOLDEN STAR.
Stock of That Mine Took a Bad Slump
Jn Toronto Yesterday.
Toronto. .Tune ft.���(lolden Star
slumped badly yesterday on Change
on a rumor that the new vein had
pinched out. and the stock Bold down
to ll 1-2. Hon. S. C. Wood, president
nf the (lolden Star Mining Company,
on being asked as to the truth of the
rumor said: "Ever since work on the
mine was started rumors have been
continually cropping up, with reference to its prospects, good or bad.
They never have been at all accurate
and the only purpose of their existence is to increase the number of
transactions in the stock. It is not
worth while to deny them, because
there is not thc slightest particle of
excuse for their ever having been
started. "
GOES TO CHINA.
Dally Express Correspondent In Canada
En Route to China.
Montreal, July 5.���(Ieorge Lynch,
correspondent of The London Daily
Express, who wus with Sir George
White at Ladysinith, left here yesterday by the Imperial Limited for Vancouver, en route to China. Upon
being interviewed, Mr. Lynch said
that In event of war there was a very
strong possibility of the Imperial
troops being sent through Canada over
thu Canadian Pacific Railway to Vancouver.
The question, he remarked, was
being mooted in Loudon before he
left and was favorably received owing
to Canada's splendid climatic and
railway conditions, compared with
the route via thc Suez Canal aud   lied
Sea.
TO BLOEMFONTEIN.
Canadians to Assist In Capture or General Dewott.
Toronto, July ft.���The (llohe has a
cable, from Cape Town, dated July I,
which says: "D Battery of the Second Canadian Contingent, has been
ordered to Hloeinfontein, under command of Major lluidman of Ottawa.to
assist in the operations to catch (len
eral Dcwett, the Boer Commandant
operating  in   Orange   River   Colony
"Colonel Ryarson sailed for home on
the Dunottar Castle, He Is succeeded
hy Lieutenant Biggar of Belleville,
Ont., who went out with Strathcona's
Horse.''
CASUALTIES REPORTED.
Ottawa, July 5.��� The following cable, signed "General," has just been
received:
"Headquarters, Standcrton, July 4.
���The following casualties are reported near Watervoal on July 1: Strathcona's Horse: Killed���Private Aug.
Jenkins.    Missing ��� Captain  Donald
McLean   Howard   and   Private   John
Ilobson. "
MILITIA  DEPARTMENT.
Ottawa, Out., July .1.���A cable has
been received at the Militia Department stating that Captain l'elletici' of
Montreal and Captain Wilkie have
been reported by the Medical Hoard,
Pelletier being declared unlit for duty
for six months and Wilkie for three
months.
FIRE    IN  BRAMPTON.
Brampton, Out., July ft.���The three-
story hall on the Peel County Agricultural Society's grounds was struck
by lightning yesterday morning and
in two hours was in ashes entailing a loss of 87.000. It was covered
by insurance.
SENKLER ALL RIGHT.
Former Nelson Man Comes Out or the
Investigation spotless.
Toronto. July 5,���Thc Globe prints
the following special from its Yukon
correspondent, Miss Faith Fenton :
"Dawson. June loth (via Vancouver.
June 80th.)���The commission on the
Senkler investigation has closed. Nothing was elicited involving the gold
commissioner In any crooked work,
lie comes out spotless. Judge Dngas
pronounced severe, strictures on persons making charges. The complainant 1). (1. McTavish, lied the country
to   escape   arrest   for  criminal libel.
Big quartz strikes are reported at
Indian River, 50 miles from Dawson.
It is conglomerate, resembling the
vein at Johannesburg. There is an
extensive area and a large  stampede.
Water is low in the river and lakes.
Mails are irregular until the water
rises. About $0,000,000 in bullion and
gold dust have been taken out. up to
date and will reach the outside early
in July.
THE   TABLE;.  TURNED.
thousands,and long the'before time set
i'or opening the second day's proceedings of the convention all
<U'ccts approaching the building were
-so Mills- massed with; humanity.
Expectancy was at a high pitch as it
was universally felt that the day had
iu store the great events of thc convention. At 10:30, the time set for
thc opening of the convention, two-
thirds of tin'delegates were seated and
the remainder _werc ill thc hall or
crowding through the doors.
ACCIDENTS YESTERDAY.
Chicago. JulyS.���The Tribune says:
'Asa result of the celebration of Independence Day with fire arms, toy
cannon, giant crackers, and other
forms nf explosives, thirty persons
were killed and 1,836 injured, according to reports received from 125 cities.
TELEGRAPHIC   BRIEFS.
Toronto. Out.,"July .1.���A report is
current here that Chief Justice Armour has declined to step into the
position vacated by Sir (ieorge Burton and Judge Osier is mentioned fo?
the place. When seen at Osgoode Hall
yesterday the latter said he had heard
the rumor but was not in a position
to make any surmises.
Victoria. 1!. C, July 5.���The Colonist today publishes voluminous correspondence between ex-( Iovernor Melnnes and Scott. Secretary of State.
'The (Iovernor makes thc same argument as in former papers in support
of his position.
Winnipeg. Man., July 5.���Bon. J.
K. Stratum, Provincial Secretary of
Ontario, is here en route to the Pacific
Coast. Thomas A. Ilnckcll. a well
known newspaper and ex-hotel man
of Carber v. is dead.
Accuser ln Robbery Trial at Ashcrort
Becomes In Turn Accused.
Ashcroft, B. C, July 5.���The Indian
Jonah, at his preliminary examination before Justice of the Peace
Knight here yesterday, for stealing
gold dust valued at $518.00 from the
C. P. R. station at Spenccs Bridge,
was discharged for want of evidence.
E. Q. Webber, thc agent at Spencer
Bridge, in whose charge the gold
was when stolen, and who was the
chief witness against the Indian, was
arrested for stealing it himself after
he had finished giving his evidence
against Jonah. Webber, who is also
a constable, arrested the Indian thc
second day after the robbery and
claimed to have found a portion of
the gold dust in his pocket. This,
with the gold found yesterday by
Detective McKenzie of the C. P. R.
service and Webber near the Spenccs
Bridge station, makes up the full
amount stolen. Webber comes up for
exami nation today.
AERONAUT KILLED.
Santa Anna, California, July 6.���
Mini I Markenberg. an aeronaut of
long experience, fell from a height of
.10 feet while making a ballon as-
sensioll yesterday, and was crushed to
death in the presence of thousands of
spectators.
FROM BULLKR.
London,   July   5.���The   War   Offloe
has   received  the   following  despatch
from   (leneral   Buller:    "Standcrton.
July 5th, - -General Cleary,from Grey
lingsad, joined hands yesterday al
Zuikcrboch, Rand River, with General
Hart, from llcidleberg (all In Trans
vaal). They met with but slight opposition during the march."
TENNIS CHAMPION.
San Francisco, July 5.���(Ieorge P.
Whitney, retains the tennis chanipioi:-
ship of the United States by defeating
Sumner Hardy in a series of ten games.
He is now the permanent possessor of
the Championship Cup.
NEWMARKET MEETING.
London, July 5.���At the third day's
racing today of thc Newmarket First
of July meeting the Prince of Wales
Stakes, of 1,000 sovereigns, was won
by Merry dale, ridden by .1. KcilV.
Diamond Jubilee finished second anil
Caiman was third.    Eight horses ran,
Montreal, July 5.���A telephone message last night from Grand Mere says
Russell A. Alger. Jr.. son of the late
I . S. Hi, iv'iiy of War, who is general
manager of the Laurcntide Pulp Mills,
had his right hand blown off by thc
premature explosion of a giant fire
cracker at 10 o'clock last night. His
arm was also lmdlv shattered.
Winnipeg. July 5,���The Legislature
prorogues this afternoon. Premier
MacDonald says thc Liquor Hill will
go to the courts to test its legality.
Washington, July ">.���The Navy Department has received the following
cablegram from Admiral Kempff:
"Che Foo. Myers, of the Oregon.
commands the force at Pekin. Captain
Ball and Dr. Llppltt arc also there.
(Signed).   Kempff."
Mission. Ii. C, July 5.���Hon. R. Mc-
Bride, M.P.P., Minister of Mines,representing Dewdncy Riding, Westminster District, was today elected by acclamation.
Victoria, July 5.���Hon. James Dunsmuir, Premier, was returned by acclamation to represent South Nanaimo.
HE IS REAPPOINTED.
Mr. R. R. Hedley Will Remain ln Charge
or the Smelter.
Mr. Robert U. Hedley   has  received
from London a cable announcing his
appointment as superintendent of the
Smelter of the Ball Mining and Smelting Company. Ltd., successors to the
Hall Mines. Ltd. It is believed that
this message will be followed In a few
days by one ordering the smelter and
mine to resume operations at once.
DEMOCRATIC  CONVENTION.
Convention Hall. Kansas City, July
5.���Convention  Hall   was  again   hc-
sieged   today  by  eager and  excited
The following transactions were recorded today at the Mining Recorder's
otlice. Transfers: From J. P. Hidden
to Charles Parker, entire interest in
Mumming Bird and Illue Jay for 8000;
from Charles Monroe to (Ieorge Thurman, 1-1 interest in Cold Dyke for a
nominal consideration. Locations:
Mineral Hill, on 49 creek by Harry
T. Aitkin; Finn, on Ben llcssen Mountain by Thomas Kane; Little Hear, 1
mile north id' Kootenay Crossing on
C. P. I!. by J. J. Kosengreii;
Certificates of Work: Royal Irish.
George II. O'D.iSColl; Amethystine.
New Year, Tourmaline, W. W. Carlisle; King of 49, W. J. Steele;
Monarch, J. .1. Hawkins; Granite,
Illue Jay. C, W. Mount; Control!,
Fractional, Thomas Kane; Buffalo,
.lewd, Mike .Morris.
There will be a special meeting of
the Ladies' Hospital Aid In the Presbyterian Vestry room on Saturday
next at 3 p. m.
SITUATION GROWS
GRAVER DAILY
Reports of Massacre in Pekin
Gaining Credit ��� Other
Treaty Ports Threatened.
London, July 5.���The often repeated
story of the massacre of all the whites
in Pekin   is being   retold   today with
circumstances   that almost  convince
those who    have   hitherto   refused   to
credit the sickening talcs.
The only hopeful feature of the evil
news is the fact that it comes from
Chinese sources at Shanghai. Hut it
is realized that even if the tragedy lias
not yet been enacted it cannot long he
delayed unless hell) conies from unknown sources. liven the holding of
Tien Tsin against the overwhelming
forces now seems to be a very remote
possibility, and the safety of other
treaty ports is seriously threatened.
FROM CME FOO.
Despatches from Che Foo yesterday
voice a fear that in view of thc commencement of thc Slimmer rains it
will be impossible for the joint forces
to advance to Pekin until autumn.
According to reports from Shanghai,
thc Chinese army.Jin a march southward from l'ekin. has reached I.ofa.
This is presumably (leneral Nicp Si
Chang's force enroiite to attach Tien
Tsin. Another force of 30,000 Chinese
from Litai. have appeared northeast
of Tien Tsin. and is reported to have
been driven back by the combined
forces of Russia and Japan.
URGED   TO   SEND    MORE    TROOPS.
The German Chamber of Commerce,
of   Shanghai,  has   warned    Emperor
William   not   to     underestimate    the
the province nf Shan Tung in spite of
the efforts of Yuan Shilcat, the (iovernor, to control the revolt. Happily
a band of thirty-live American and
other missionaries reached Tsin Tail
safe July 3.
Viceroy Liu is reported to be freely
executing disturbers of the peace
at Nankin.
  I
LAST  HOPE CONE.
London. July n.���The fact that a relief column has been unable to leave
Tien Tsin in response to the pathetic
prayer of thc beleaguered Legations
al l'ekin is generally regarded iu London as destroying almost the last vestige of hope from the unfortunate
foreigners penned up in the
Chinese capital. The worst is
feared, and the massacre of Cawn-
pore is in every man's mind.
It is beginning to be felt here
that the plausible Botton that no state
of war exists is no longer tenable, and
a fully equipped army belonging to a
single nationality is necessary to deal
with thc situation instead of a half dozen nationalities. Hence arises the demand that Japan shall be given a
nianailate to complete the work left
undone in 1894 with proper security
that she shall not be again squeezed
out when the costly task is over.
OTHER MINISTERS KILLED.
London. July .1.���A special despatch
from Shanghai says Chinese reports
are current that two foreign ministers
were murdered the same day as Baron
Vou Kettelcr.
TREBELLI RETURNS.
Famous Songster Will Repeat the Concert Here.
Through the efforts   of   two   Nelson
gentlemen Mile. Trebelli has been ill-
gravity  of   the   situation but to send
troops proportionate   with   the forces! (,"l"-'(1 to return to Nelson in  thc near
of the other Powers.      The statement [ 'utm*e ��nd repeat her   concert  of  ten
is published in Berlin   that   the   Chi- **!��� *fc*��. giving, however, an  entire
nese  have   already   taken   Tien  Tsin j m'w   programme.     The   date   cannot
but a cable   despatch   from Shanghai, 'J'et ��* announced, but it will be some
dated  July  3���4   p.   m.��� shows that, |timo '" Julv'
according to  the   latest   advices,   the. | J
city   was  still    in   the   hands   of the| LOCAL    NEWS.
International,troops though_the   Chi
nese forces continued their attempt to
isolate them as they did at Pekin.
The despatch adds that Colonel We-
gack, commanding the Russians at
Tien Tsin. was almost exhausted, lie
had been three days and nights in the
saddle directing the operations.
A despatch received today by a
news agency of this city from Shanghai, under date of July 4, announces
that the British Legation at Pekin
with 1,000 refugees was still safe when
the message was sent.
The News Agency dispatch from
Shanghai does not give the Pekin date
but adds: "With thc'last reinforcements the force investing the Legation numbers 80,000 men.     Hut for the
opportune  arrival of    the  Japanese
troops the place would have been captured long since. The heavy lighting
resulted in tilling the Legations with
wounded."
FRENCH  MINISTER  SAFE.
Paris, July  !i.���The   French  Consul
al shanghai telegraphs that a China-
man, who left Pekin July 2_, reports
that all the Ministers and residents
were then assembled at the British Legation. The French, (leriuan and Japanese Legations were guarded by their
own detachments and that M. Rien-
chon, the French Minister, and his
wife were well. The other Legations,
the custom house and the missions
had been burned. Thc foreign troops
had lost 0 men killed ami had ii men
Wounded, including the commander of
the British detachment,
LOSSES AT TIEN TSIN.
London. July .1. ���The losses of the
Internationals at Tien Tsin were
heavy. The native city, when captured, was a horrible spectacle. Chinese bodies lay thick around the
guns.
The situation in Kwnng Tung (or
eastern province) grows worse, l.i
Hung Chang is said to be trying to
raise a force of two hundred thousand
militia.    Anarchy Is    wide-spread   In
Manager Waterman has made arrangements with Mr. Sanger, advance
agent of the Boston Bloomers, to have
that team play in Nelson. July 15.
As the work of improving the sidewalks and grading the bed of Hendryx
Street has been completed the small
crew of men who were employed there
were laid off today at noon.
There will he a meeting of the Rifle
Association at the Armory tonight to
arrange details and to select teams for
the Rifle League shoot to be held at
the range on Saturday afternoon.
Thc Sunday evening service of the
Congregational Church will be attended by the local lodge of Orangemen,
for whom a special service will he
given. The line of march will form
at Fraternity   Hall    at   6:80   o'clock.
All members of the Lodge and visiting members of the Order are requested to be present.
Mr. R. McGregor and Mrs. McKenzie,
both of Nelsou. were married yesterday at the Methodist parsonage by
Rev. J. II. White. Tbe wedding was
a quiet one at whieli Miss Ida l.awr
acted as bridesmaid and (I. W. Taylor
was best man. Mr. and Mrs. McGregor left hist night for a trip to the
Coast and upon their return will reside
in Nelson.
Work upon the new C. P. R. yards
was started this afternoon. The first
work that will be done will be to
change the course of . Cottonwood
(reel.. W. P. Tierney & Co. have secured the contract for this and all
work that is to be done in the yard.
Ten teams and 2:> men are now employed and as Ihe work advances more
men   will be employed.
Mr. R, Machin, general agent i'n
Canada   for  William   Bennett Sons &
i'o., Camborne, Cornwall, Kng.. and
who is at present in Nelson, yesterday
received   ll   cable   from   Camborne to
the effect that a portion of the fuse
factory of his llrin had been destroyed
by lire. The firm announces, however, that this will Interfere but temporarily with the fuse supply. NELSON DAILY MINER, THURSDAY,  JULY _, \gpn
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Nelson Daily Miner
D. J.  BEATON, Editor and Manager
only news
that  did   what   it
A HOPELESS CASK.
The Interest taken in British Columbia affairs by The Toronto Evening
Telegram would be more appreciated
here if that paper could only manage
now and then to fully understand
what It is talking about. So far its
comments appear to be based on Ignorance mid its advice to be the outcome
of prejudice. It was the
paper In  Ontario
conld to sustain Mr. Martin, and in
doing this it showed how little it
knew of that gentleman's character
in relation to the public affairs of the
Province. Some years ago It got Into
IU head the idea that Mr. Martin did
some very wonderful and praiseworthy
thing while a Minister In Manitoba,
and ever since it has regarded him In
the light in whieli it had itself enveloped him. H carries that same light
around with it and Hashes it on all
occasions, notwithstanding the circumstances are entirely different and
often ludicrously Inappropriate,
Its affection for Mr. Martin induces
it to embrace the (Iovernor who went
so far out of his way to help Mr.
Martin fasten himself upon us. And
this leads It to lecture Mr. Dunsmuir
for accepting thc Premiership. If be
had desired to bring on a crisis between that extraordinary individual
and the people of British Columbia,
be should have refused to take office
under him. By taking this course,
The Telegram says, the Governor
would have been forced to resign.
But Mr. Dunsmuir was too ambitious,
and he grabbed Bt ollice on the first
opportunity, even when offered by
the mall whom he wished to destroy.
Huch nonsense as this can only excite
asmile In British Columbia.
The Telegram does not know Mr.
Martin, It does not know Mr. Melnnes, it docs not know Mr. Diilismuir,
aud it has yet to begin its a b e of
our Provincial politics. It will never
cease to lie a marvel to observing
people how so many newspapers find
it Impossible to learn the truth of
things, merely because it happens
to rub against the grain of their own
wishes. Mr. Dunsmuir was punier no
personal obligation to get rid of Mr.
Melnnes; that was the affair of the
entire people, and in accepting the
Premiership the wider obligation was
In no way affected. But if Mr. Dunsmuir had desired to facilitate the
purpose of the people in having a
usurpiug Governor removed and re-
sponsibc government restored, he
could not have taken a more etl'eclive
course, as the event has proved.
if he
pick np
necessary   for
sense. It is not claimed that Mr. Me-
llridc is without these. Where he may
happen to live, or whether he had
ever worked in mines or been a company promoter, does not matter
has the aptitude he will soon
thc special   knowledge
the position.   Because Mr. Huraerep-
resented a Kootenay constituency and
had dabbled in mining il was supposed he possessed the necessary qualifications for an cllieient Minister;
but we have not heard it said, after
his experience of a year or two, that
he had surprised the world by the
brilliancy of liis success.
SPECIALS
For Warm Weather.
������������������������
For comfort and speed both, the
Canadian route i�� superior to the
Suez, should it become necessary to
Ship troops to China. Hut ill discussing the matter. Canadian press
correspondents should remember that
thc resources of the nearer route are
rather contracted, A limited number
could be carried across the continent
and the I'acilic. but. with only one
line of railway "ml with transport
facilities from Vancouver onward of
the most meagre kind, compared with
the Atlantic, the Home authorities
���might find il belter policy after all
to utilize the old route.
Screen Doors,   $2.00 each
Window Screens, 35c each
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KIRKPATRICK  & WILSON.
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HONEY TO LOAN
At 8 Per Cent.
Oi topM Prort.
H.R.Cameron
Baker Street.
HUDSON'S BAY
COMPANY.
SNCOR POR***'* *670k
Gamble &  O'Reilly,
REAL ESTATE und INSURANCE A(II'NTS
Baker Street.
FOK   SALE
Two lots and bouse, S rooms, bath
room and kitchen, all modern Improve-
meets, good   view,   handy   to   town,
88.600; terms.
FOR   RENT
New  cottage, Mill  Street, $25  per
mouth.
New oottage, Stanley Street, 8:��l per
month.   All modern convenience..
Two new oottoges, (lure Slreet, $1">
each.    Apply
Gamble & OReilly, Agents
IN
Wallpaper
S^eipijaij-s
For a few days.
MOCKS
PRICES $1.25 TO  $4.00.
CALL  AND   SEE  THEM.
Lawrence Hardware 60.
Nelson,   B. C.
ALEX. STEWART,
Room  3,  Tiimer-Boeckb  Block, Nelson-
Notary   Public,    Real    Estate,    Insurance,
Mints, Loans.
$15 per month will rent an S-roiimed
house.
FOR   SALE   CHEAP.
I   H50--House 1u.1l  lot, Stanley Street
850   House and lot, Robson Street.
8,100���House and lot, Victoria Street,
Hloek 02.
l.SKl-Huiise and lot, Siliea Street.
8,000���Two houses nnd lots, Silien St.
1 900���House and lot, Silica Street.
2,000���Furnished  house, nud  lo*. on
Siliea Street, Hloek 11. Rents
SID per un.nth.
225 -$f>0 cash, rest on time, will purchase lot iu Blook TO.
A licensed hotel, also cottage and lot, at
Five Mile Point.
4,(MKI Shares Treusnry Slock "Big Horn"
Simooe Mining Ss Dev. t'o.
Athabasca shares for sale.
Wiltons
Axminsters
Brussels
Tapestries
Take    your    choice;
your  pattern;    show
floor;    you   have
worry.
Prices and quality always
satisfactory. We sew and
lay all carpets free of charge.
select
us  the
no   more
Ever since Confederation it has been
the practice to recognise the Provinces
in the formation of all Federal Cabinets. Even little Prince Edward
Island had to Ih- given its representative. This reOOgnltlon was extended
to liritish Columbia a few years ago
when    the    Conservatives   at   Ottawa
were nuking up  a Qovernment, but
when the Liberals Came in our l'rov
Ince was Ignored. We are likely U
hear tt (food deal of this neglect he-
fore the next elections are pulled oil'.
Discussing the matter   the other day.
the iiossiaiul Record bad the following
sensible remarks t   "During the cam
pais'" of ISUfl this Province was prom
lsed a Cabinet Minister, but.   tho Oov
eminent was formed without it. Sine
then    repeated    vacancies   have   been
flllcd from the Kast and   thc West 1
been   Ignored.    The   last   opportunity
was the best, f ��r it   would   have lieen
most appropriate to choose a sin ssor
to Sir Henri Joly from the Province
to which he Is sent ns Lieutenant-! Iovernor, imt another Quebec member
was appointed. Sir Henri is weleonu
here, but a liritisli Columbian should
have been made welcome to hia vacant
Cabinet seat."
"The newspapers g rally condemn
the appointment of Richard MoBrlde
as Minister of Mines." says The lirccn-
wood Times. We hail not noticed it,
bnt it may be so. Thai, however, is
not sufficient to prove thai tlie BeleC
tlon was not a good one. To be a capable Minister of Mines a man re
quires to have a liberal education and
CANADA DRUG &
BOOK CO.
DRINK
THE   BEST
BEER
Anheuser-
Buscti
St. Loliis
Lager
To be had wholesale at, Nelson.
Co., Ltd.
A. B.GRAY, Haker.St., Nelson
Kootenay Agent.
Canada Permanent and Whs
tern Canada Mortgage
Corporation.
head oefioe toronto,   ont.
Money to hum on Straight Mortgage
Apply to U. L. LENNOX, Bnker St.,
Nelion.
OSLER  &  M'DOUGALL,
Mining nnd Real Estate Agents,
Houses and Lots on Reasonable Terms,
See Our l.istB.
Ollice, Victoria Street, Opposite
Phair Hotel.
SUiVBB KINO MIKE
Will pay ths highest cimh price for all
kiiuN ol second hand gnnds. Will buy
nr sell anything from nn anchor to a
needle. Furniture, stoves, carports,
conking iiteusils, bdnglit in household
tinHtititjrs. Also oast off clothing,
flail and Bee ma or write. Address
Hilver King Hike, Box 200.
to o* endowed   with  good  common Street, Nelson, B. 0.
Merchants' Bank of Halifax
Incorporated 1869.
CftplUl   Pald-I-|fc      1     .      .       $I,1>K.'.,07IMH��   {    It.-*., #1,700.000.0
Kunnl ��f  Dfowlom   Thomiw H. Kenny,   Proddentl   Thomiw  Kitchie. Vlco-PronWonl.
Wiley Binilh. II. U. Bauld, Hon. Ji. II. fuller, M.L.C., Hon. David MaoKoon.
Head OAee, iiuiirnxt
Oenoral Manager. Bdbon U Peane, Montreal.
Buporlntondoni of Hranohes. nnd Secretary, W, ti. Torrai.ro, Halifax.r
ItiBpootor, w. Y. Brook, liuiifux.
Intpootoi Di ML Btowart, Montreal*
Breaafcee!
Neva Beotla���Halifax Branch, AntLgonlah, Brldgewatar, GuyHboro. Londonderry, Lnnenboift
MatUand (Hanta Coj, Plctou, Port Unwkwbury, Bydnor, TOubonaoadle, Truro, weymoutE
Hew llrunswlrli- It.tlhursl, Dorchetiter, Kr.'il_.I_ion, KliiKHton (Kent Co.), HonotOU, New-
ciwllo.Miickvillt), WoodRtOcki P. B* IhIiiimI���UuirloltHowii, Huiiiiiumrfile. (lurhi-e-Montreal
(City Onlce), Montreal, West Snd (for. Notre Dumo und HeinneurH Strreta); Wewtmount (Cor.
Greonu Avenue und St. 1'iit.u.iines Street, Ontario���Ottawa. Nmfbutitllniid���St. Jobn'H
Culm, Wral ladles���Havana,  I'liited MhIch-Nuw York (hi hixchunno 1'lacc) Hepubllo, Waah
iiRANOBKS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland, Vancouver, Vancouver East End, Victoria.
Oetrespeadeats i
Canada���Morehanlfi Punk of Canada.  Beataa���National Sliavnnit Bank.  CMeaaa���America
National Hunk,   s.-m Pranelaee���First National Hank.   _iada*i Bag. - iinnk of Heotluml.
IViil-,  I rimri    I'irilil  l.yoiiniiiw.   Iti-rinuilu-Iliuik of Huruultltt.   iiiImii niul .luimu    II '
Koiik und Shanghai Hanking Corporation.
(lcncinl Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange   Bought
and Sold, Letters of Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on tbe most Favorable terms.   Interest allowed on special
deposits and on Saving Bank accounts,
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
d.
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.
FOR    SALE.
St.LeonMineralSpr.ngs
Property.
The proper!; on Upper Arrow   Luke
known as tlm St. Leon Mineral Springs
property consisting of nbont  '17a  arms
of limd witli hotel buildings mid viilu
utile Mlneinl Springe anil a largo tract
of standing ttaUer,.may he purchased
on reasonable' terms. Absolute title
and possession can be (liven at once.
Full particulars will be mailed on application to
GEO. S. MoOARTKR.
Vendor's Solicitor.  Hevelstoko.
DOMINION
���AT THE���
CLUB HOTEL.
DAY
HUDSON'S
BAY
STORES.
tWe Have Sold 75 Per Cent of 411 the
Portland Cement
S Fire Brick, Fire Clay
%i      Used in the Kootouay ���
& Just Received���Oarload
w     Dominion Ale anu  Porter
(In pints and quarts)
Dominion White  Label  Alb
(pints and quarts)
B This is tlie finest Ale brewed In lanada.
V     Dominion  Bulk  Ale
(In  15-gallon   kegs)
Teacher's Scotch  Whisky
Is still the best
H. J. EVANS & CO.
nelson, 11. a
immmhmhwh
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, H. C.
A.-/_2__. AAAAAAAi .TT\  _r.
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.
"""Orders by mall to any branch will havo careful a��d nrompt attention.
Big Schooner
Beer or Half-iuul-Hiilf only
10c
ALWAYS FRESH AND COOL.
The only k'"��1 Beer in Nelson.
Cor. HUinli'y .ind Hitim StroetH.
ED CURRAN, Prop
THE
Bank of
British Columbia,
NELSON.
Is now prepared to issue
Drafts and Letters of Credit
on Skaguay, U.S., Atlin, B.
C, and Dawson City, Yukon
District.
GEO.GURI)
Room 1. Tnrniir-Borekh Block.
REAL ESTATE AND MINING AGENT
BOUSES FOB SALK.
14-rooro   houso,   all   conveniences, 2
lots down town.   A bargain,
Hodhph all parts of tbn city.
Bnknr   Stmst    improved    property.
Income In per cunt lint.
BUILDING LOTS  FOR BAM.
75-f��ift best residence corner in the
oity.    A snap.
A goon list of l)iiililinK lotH to wlnct
from.
REISTERER & CO.
Brewer* ol Fine Liirit
Beer and Potter,
DROP IN AND SEE U.S.
Nelson, 11. C.
MEN WANTED.
Wanted.���8000 rook men and RPiinral
hands for viork on White I'iihh nnd
Yukon Railway. Wnciw W.80 pur d;iv.
Board 81 per riuy. Work every day
Pny monthly in cash. Fare from Vnn-
conyer 12(1 with gn rehnto after working 80 nays. Apply to M. J. Heuey
oontraotor, an InnH of Oonrt or A O
Roes, 436 Cordova Street, Vancouver
or on tbe work.
LIME
The Nelson Coke &
Gas Company is
now prepared to supply the best LI Mini the country at
50c per Cwt,
Special rates on carload lots.    Apply
Mil Meal (las Co,Lld.
Baker Street.
���
If You Smoke
Smoke   the
Royal Seal
and
Kootenay Belle,
UNION MADE.
M0TE.lICie_R__B.C0
NKLSON, B. 0
THE PAVILION
At 5-Mile Point
The best Summer Hotel on Kootenay
Lake, Always cool and shndy, with
beautiful walks and splendid scenery.
One nl the boat Spots I'or fishing on tho
lake.    PIrst-olftSS table and bar.   Best
nf attention.
R.  I'. PERRY, Manager.
TENDERS WANTED.
Tenders will ho reoeived by the on-
flerslgnednp to tbe 15th of Jnly next
for the sinking nf a shaft on the Maud
y. mineral claim on the North Fork of
the Salmon River. Plans and speoi-
llcntiniiH will be mailed on application
to tbn undorHlgnsd.
O. O. HOBSON. Seoretary
Now North Fork Mining Co., Ltd.
P. O. Box 886,
Jnne 1st, 1000.       Vanoonrer, B. O,
���'pwW m_mmmmmm--___V_m__\
NELSON   DAILY   MINER.   THURSDAY, JULY  5, .goo
BRIEF^LOGALS.
Agood house greeted tho production
of "A Wife Wanted" by the Warn
Mathes Company last night. The
comedy presented found favor with
tlmse prosent and was greeted with
hearty laughter. Tin; specialties that
were given between tho acts were
quite good, ospoplally the doll's danoe
by two of the Indies of   the   company,
Miss Mathes,1s to he, especially commended for her Impersonation of the
eccentric Miss Oampsou, It was a
clever hit of oomedy work nmi worthy
of the oonstant aQplausc site received,
The company will presont a double
bill tonight, playing "t'lieriilis" niul
���'Lady Audley's Secret."
Xhree applications were mado in
ohambers yesterday morning in the
aotion of Jennings vs. Van Arsdale,
which involves n valuable mining
property looated near the North Star
mine at Kort Steele.    They first ashed
for leave to take the examination of
the defendants before ,1. II. Armstrong, J. P., at Port Steele, the
second was for an order to take the
evidence of .loHcph BoUrgolS by a commission at Edmonton, Alberta, and
the third ashed the court for an order
to compel the defendant, to make discovery of all documents they possess
bearing on the suit. All three were
granted. Taylor St Haunington appeared for the plaintiffs and Macdonald Ss Johnson for tho defendants.
The Grand Porks football team but
poorly repaid the courtesy of the Nelson team  in arranging a game ami
dinner for them last night. The
game was arranged at the solicitation
of the Grand Forks team against the
desire of the local men who were
played out from the two preceding
games, Not only did they consent to
play but they also arranged a dinner for
the Grand Forks team.   At  the last
moment the Grand Forks club defaulted and left for home to the disgust of the Nelson men. A scrub
team was organized and the gome
played oil'. After thc gome the players ate the dinner prepared fur their
quondam guests and Incidentally decided to (rive them a wide berth in
the future.    The Grand   Forks team
cannot be congratulated upon their
unsportsmanlike rudeness.
Linn her..
Delivered to nny point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand of
Rough and Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles.
Mouldings. Sash Doors,
Inside Finish,
Ooast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill at PILOT HAY. lards, NKLSON
and LARDO,
HEAD OFFICE:   NELSON.
J. A. SAYWARD.
A llrst-elaas salesman wnuted to
represent us in Nelsmi, 11, (',. and
vicinity for tbe sale of Hardy Fruit
Trees, Ornamental Trees and Shrubs.
Over (KM) nores under cultivation. We
grow varieties if stock especially
ndnpted to British Columbia. Ail
stook guaranteed free from blemish of
any kind, and accompanied by Government oertifioate of inspection.
Write for terms to tho
PELHAM NUBBBRY COMPANY,
Toronto, Out.
N. B.���We have other territories not
covered.    Applications solicited.
~~ST\ JOSEPH'S SCHOOL
NuijiON II. 0,
A BonrdlnK nnil liny School coiiiliieleil by
tho 81hU>ih of St. Joseph of Poaoo. Ittssltii-
nl��l nt tho corner of Mill unit Jusophlno struct*
In ono of Uio beat resilient inl port tons of Nob
son, mill Ih easily accessible from nil purl*
of tbocily.
Tho courso of sillily includes the riimlnmon-
t��l nod higher branohoi of a thorough BngUih
education. IIuhIiiuhh courso��� BoO-keopllla
HlailOKrapliy nnil Typowrll ing. Science course
���Music, Vocnl nnd Instrumental; Drawing,
���to���Plain and Art Needlework; Calisthenics,
eta.
For I onus nnil nartlculnrn apply
Hniwrior.
E- P- WHALLEY, J. P.
NOTARY   PUBLIC
Office With C.  W.  West &  Co.,  Cor.
Hall and Baker Streets.
City Office of  the Nelson Soda Water
Factory.
PYLE'S   PEARLINE
Largo Size
15  CENTS
Tor Salo By
Western Mercantile Co. Ltd
CHARLBSST.BARI.fi,
Stock and Sluire Broker.
QENERAL AGENT.
CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF
NELSON,
By-Law No. 71.
A By-Law to raise ��30,ooo lo Improve
the streets within   the   City of Nelson.
Whereas a petition has lieen presented to the. Municipal Council of
the Corporation of the City of Nelson,
si<rned by tho owners of at least one-
tenth of the value of the real property
ofthe saiil City, us shown  lly the last
revised assessment roll, requesting
the said Counoil to Introduce a Hy-
l.aw to raise the mini of twenty thousand dollars ($3,000), for the purpose
of Improving the streets within tho
City.
Ami whereas it. Is doomed necessary
niul expedient to Improve the streets
within the Oity of Nelson for the
oonvenlonoo of the citizens.
Ami wlieivus ii is expedient to borrow the sum of twenty thousiinil dollars (830,000) for the purposes aforesaid.
Anil whereas the whole amount of
the rateable lanil of the saiil City,
aooordlng to the last revised assessment roll is One Million Two Hundred
and Forty-seven Thousand dollars (81,-
8.7,000):
And whereas It will be necessary to
raise annually by rate the sum of Fifteen Hundred and Scvcntv-one dollars
and Sixty-three cents ((1,571.08)
for paying the said debt and  interest,.
Now therefore, the Municipal Conn
Oil of the  Corporation of   the City of
Nelson in Oounoil assembled enacts as
follows:
1. It shall anil may be lawful for
the Mayor of the City of Nelson to
borrow, upon the credit of the said
Corporation, by way of the debentures
hereinafter mentioned,from any person
or persons, body or bodies corporate,
who may be willing to advance the
same as a loan, a sum of money not
exoeeding in the whole the sum of
twenty thousand dollars (830,000,00)
and to cause all such sums so raised or
received to be paid into the hands of
the Treasurer of the said Corporation
for the purposes and with the objects
hereinbefore recited.
3. It shall be lawful for thc Mayor
of the said Corporation to cause any
number of Debentures to be made,
executed and issued for such sum or
sums as may be requited for the purpose and object aforesaid, not exceeding however, the sum of
twenty thousand dollars (830,000.00),
each of thc said Debentures being of
the denomination of one thousand
dollars (81,000.00), and all such Debentures shall be sealed with the seal
of the Corporation, and signed by the
Mayor,  thereof.
B. The said Debentures shall bear
date the 1st day of October, A.I). 1000,
and shall be made payable in twenty
years from the said date, ill lawful
money of Canada, at the office of the
Until, of Montreal in Nelson aforesaid,
which said place of payment shall  be
designated  by the said  Debentures,
ami shall have attached to them cotillons for the payment of interest and
thc signatures, to the interest coupons
maybe cither written, stumped, printed or lithographed.
4. The said Debentures shall bear
interest at the rate of I per centum
per annum from the date thereof,
which interest shall be payable semiannually at said otlice of the Hank of
Montreal in Nelson aforesaid, in lawful money of Canada, on the 1st day
of April and the 1st day of October respectively, in each year during the
currency thereof, and it shall be expressed in said Debenture and coupons to be so payable.
5. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
of said Corporation to negotiate and
sell the said Debentures or any of
them for less than par: but in no case
shall the said Debentures or any of
them be negotiated or sold for less
than ninety-live   per   centum of   their
face value. Including the cost o. negotiating nnd sale, brokerage anil all
other incidental expenses.
li. There shall be raised and levied
in each year during the currency of
said Debentures tbe sum of nine hundred dollars (8900.00) for the payment
of interest and the sum of six hundred
and seventy-one and 08-100 dollars
(8071.03) for the payment of the debt
due under the said debentures by a rate
sutticieiit therefor on all the rateable
land in the said Municipality.
7. It shall be lawful for the said
Municipal Council to re-purchase any
of the said Debentures upon such
terms as may be agreed upon with the
legal holder or holders thereof, or ally
part thereof, either nt the time of sale
or any subsequent time or times, and
all Debentures so repurchased shall
forthwith be cancelled and destroyed,
and no re-issue of Debentures so repurchased shall.be made in consequence
of such re-purchase.
8. This Bylaw shall take effect on
the Hist day'of July, A. D. 1900.
Take notice. That the above Is a
true copy of the proposed Hy-I.aw
upon which the Vote ofthe Municipality will be taken; for the East Ward
at the City Police Court Room on
Josephine Street | for the West Ward
ni the otlice of the Exchequer Gold
Mining Co. on the north side of Dakar
Street between Stanley and Kootenay
Streets, on Wednesday, tlie'lHth day
of July, lit S o'clock in the forenoon.
W. B. WASSON,
Acting City Clerk.
Nelson, 11. ('., .Inly 4th, 1WI0.
COAL   MINERS
Steady employment will be given
to   25   good   coal   miners  at   the
Canmore mines, Alberta.
THE H. W. M'Nl.ILL CO. (Ltd.)
W. F. Little, Manager.
A. R. BARROW, a. mi. OB
Provincial  Land Surveyor.
Corner Viotoria and Koolonay Sts.
P. O. Box 559. Telephone No. 05
NELSON WINE 00.,
whero you can doponn on  k"IIIiik tho IsihI
imrnilsin ths nmrkot and nny quantity from
lOo. up,  Prloos cannot bo disputed,
'PIIONK S3.
Frank A. Tamblyk, Mgr.,
Bakbr Street, Nelson
NELSON OPERA I0OSE
Clara Mathes'
Big Comedy
Company
In a repertoire of New York
Successes and High Class
Vaudeville, with special scenery and accessories.
TONIGHT
The Laughleat Oomedy  Up to Date
Lady Audley's
Secret
ai)cl  cherubs
And all new Specialties.
Change of play and specialties nightly.
Popular Prices.
Reserved Seats at usual
place.
CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF
NELSON-
BY-LAW NO. 72.
A Ky-Jjiiw io ralso 10,000 for purchasing a road
tnukiuu; plant.
VVheraasa petition tuu boon proBontod to the
Mn nn u'.ii'i on in'Hi. 11 it.) Corporation otthoOtty
of Nelson, signed by tho owners of at loaatODG*
tontb of tli'i value of the real property uf tho
���������viil i 'ii v, iih shown hy the last revised ,i ������ ���������
ment roll, reiiuestiiiK tho said Council lo introduce a By-Law to raise tho Hum of six thousand
dollars ($i),f'(HUK)) for the purpose of purclmsiiiK
a rood making plant for the City of Nelson.
And whereon it is deemed necessary and expedient to purchase a in nl making plant for
thu convenience of the citizens.
And whoreas it is nxpediwi.L to borrow the
Haiilsumof six thousand dollars ($U,000.IW> for
the purposes aforesaid.
And whoroHH the whole ..mount of the rateable hind of (he said City, according to the
last revised assosttnantrouisons million two
hundred uud forty-seven thousand dollars
(|l._47,000.00h
And whereas It will be necessary to ruiso annually by rate t ho -vim of four hundred and
Muventy-one and 10-100 dollars (9471.49) for paying the said debt aud interest.
Now therefore the Municipal Council of the
Corporation of the City of Nolnon iu Council
assembled enacts uh follow*-:
1. It shall and may be lawful for tbe Mayor
of Iho Corporation ui the Cily uf Nelson to borrow, upon the eiedit of the said Corporation,
by way of Iho Debentures hereinafter men
tinned, from any person or persons, body or
bodies corporate, who may lie willing to ad-
vaiieetbesauio as a loan, a sum of money not
exceeding in thu whole the sum of six thousand dollars (SU.OUO.W)), and to cause all such
MUins ho raised or received to lie paid into Ihe
bands of thu Treasurer of the said Corporation
for tho purposes and with iho OUJOOls herein-
heforo reci'ed.
2. It shall be lawful for tbo Mayor of snid
Corporation tn cause any number of Debentures to bo mado, executed nud issued for such
sum or sums as may be reuuired for the purpose aud object nforosaid. not exceeding however, tho sum of six thousand dollars <$_,i)0u.UU),
oach of the said Debentures being of tho tin-
nomination of one thousand dollars ($1.000 041),
and all such Debentures R.mll bo sealed with
tbo seal of the Corporation and signed by tho
Mayor t hereof.
:t. The said Debentures shnll bear date the
lstday of Oclobor, A.D. WW, and shall he made
fiayabloin twenty years from tlie snid date, in
nwful money of Canada, at thu olllee of the
Hank of Montreal in Nelson aforesaid, which
said place of payment, shall be designated by
thc said Debentures, and shall have attached
to thorn coupons for the payment of Interest,
and the signatures to the interest, coupons may
be either written, stamped, printed or lithographed.
4. The said I >ebonlures shall boa. interest at
tho rate of 4 pur cenlum per annum from the
date thereof, which interest shall he payable
semi-annually at thesaidotHco of the Hank of
Montreal in Nulson aforcsnid, in lawful money
of Canada, on tho 1st day of April and the 1st
day of October respectively, in each year during the currency thereof, and it shall be expressed if said Debentures and coupons to bo
so payable.
5. 11 shall he lawful for the Mayor of Mild
Corporation to negotiate aud sell the said Debentures or any of them for lefct. than par; uut
in no case shall the said Debenluros or any of
them bo negotiated or sold for less than ninety-
(Ivo per centum of iheir face value, including
tho cost of negotiating and sale, brokerage and
all other incidental expenses.
7. There shall bo raised and levied In oach
yeai'lduring tho currency of said Debentures
i In* Mm of two hundred and seventy dollars
($_70) for tho pi.yn.ont of interest and the sum
of two hundred and one and 40-100 dollars
(8201.40) for the payment of tho debt duo under
the said Debentures by a rate sulllcient there
for on all tbo rateable land in tho said Munici
pality.
7. It shall be lawful for tbo said Municipal
Council to re-purehnseany of the said {Debentures upon such lermsas may be agreed upon
with the legal holder or holders thereof, or any
part thereof, o'lhor a( the time of snle or nny
subsequent time or limes, and all DobontUIOfl
so re purchased shall forthwith bo cancelled
and destroyed, and no re-Issue of Debentures
so ro-pureliased shall be mado in consequonre
uf such ro-purchase.
8. This l.y-Law shall take effect on thc .IM
ihtyof July, A. D. 1000.
CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF
NELSON,
NOTICE.
Public notice is hereby given thai the volts
of thu eluctors will be taken on tbe following
I_y-Lawn, vie:
By-Law No. 68-A By-Law to raise $15,000.00
to extend tho waterworks system.
By-Law No. GO���A By-L'iw to raise $16*000.00
tocxtemland improve thu eleetrlu light -ystein.
By-Law No. 70- A By-l_aw to raise $20,000.00
to extend the sewago system.
By-Law No. 71-A Hy-haw to raiso $20,000.00
to imnrovo the streets.
By-Law No. 72-A By-Law to raise $0,000.0"!
to purchnse a roiid making plant.
On Wednesday tbe 18.0 day of July next between tho hours of 8 o'clock a.m. aud 4 o'clock
The votes of tho electors for tho Kast Ward
will bo taken at Ihe City 1'ollco Courtroom nn
Josophino Street and Iho voles ofthe oleotors
for tlio West Ward at (he office of tho Exohe-
quordold Mining Conipany on thc north side
of Maker atreet   botween Stanley and  Koote-
Jjty nmlo'or femnlo being of the full age nf
twenty-one years who is the assessed owner of
land or of real property within the Municipal-
ity shall have a vote elthei confirming or negativing thu said By-Laws in each ward In which
ho or who way bo assessed for laud or real prop-
orty.     .
V*0"*"' W. K. WASSON.
Art Inn I'll. Clerk .nil ltoliirnli>K Olllror.
N-lwn, !>��� O.i J"'!' ��'<��� '"'*'���
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stock of DRY GOODS, MILLINERY. MEN'S ���{.
FURNISHINGS,   HOUSE   FURNISHINGS.
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The Hall nines   Limited.
( IN LIQUIDATION.)
To Share Warrants Holders:
Special resolutions I'm- liquidation
iuhI reconstruction were passed nt nn
Ifixtraordtnary Ueneral Meeting held
on tin- 13th of April Inst, and confirmed nt a further meeting on .tin- :intli
iili-iii. and in conformity therewith a
new Conipany has been registered
under tho name of tin- Hull Mining Ss
Smelting Company (Limited) having
a capital of ��335,000 In Ordinary
shares of ._l each.
As Liquidator of tin- old Company
I ffivi- notice that the Agreement for
the transfer of the assets of the old
Company to the new Company, whioh
was submitted to and approved hy the
snid Extraordinary General Meeting,
has now been executed and is dnted
the stli of June 1900. Holders of
Ordinary shares iu the old Company
nre entitled lo claim ns of right an
allotment of an equal number of
Ordinary shares of ��l each in the new
Company with 111 shillings per share
eredited   ns   having     been    paid   up
thereon. Forms of claims for signature pan be obtained lit the offices of
the Hall Mines Limited. Nelson.
British Columbia, and in order to be
effective the same must be forwarded
so as to reach the ollice of the new
Company. No. 1 I.eadenhall Street.
London, England, not Inter than
Friday. ���.'Tth Julv, 1000.
A. E. ASHLEY.
Have You Any
Money left?
Notice is hereby giveu that an extraordinary meeting of the shareholders of the Cascade- Water Power &
Light Company, Limited, will be held
nt the oflices of the London Ss British
Columbia Goldiields, Limited, Bakor
Street, Oity of Nelson, British
Columbia, on Weduesdny the 5th day
of July at 11 o'clock in the  afternoon.
The business to he entered npon at
the said meeting is ns follows:
(n) For the purpose of considering
tho giving of a further mortgage of
��2,301), to be ohargod npon nil the
assets and proporty, both real and personal of the company of whatsoever
nature or kind and upon all tbe income and also upon the undertaking
of tho Company generally, and if de-
oided upon, to authorize the execution
of the said mortgage to secure the snid
sum of ��2,!!00, with interest at 0 per
cent.
(b) To consider and accept, should
it be so decided, the resignations of
the directors of the compnny.
(o) And, iu the event of the acceptance of such resignations, to' elect
directors in the place of such retiring.
Dnted at Nelsou, B. G.tbis 19th day
of June, IIHIO.
H. ALERS HANKEY.
Seoretary.
If you have, \vc want it. You can jret more for it
from us than from any other dry goods or men's furnishing
goods store in town. That big sale we have told you so
much about is still on and prices arc still away down.
Come and see us.
Martin O'Reilly St Co.
..THURMAN..]
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DIRECT IMPORTATION.
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COAL!  COAL!
Great Reduction!
.aSS, $9.65 Per Ton
ciiow-i .nkst $6J5 per Ton
COAL,
DBLIV-RBD.
C.W.WEST&CO.
TKLKI'HONK 88.
A  R. SHERWOOD
General Agent for Houthern B. C.
for the
Birbeck Investment,
Security & Savings
Co., of Toronto. , .
Money l.onned on Straight Mortgage,
Heal I'lstale and Insurance.
I Bock, Henry Clay, I.a Kspan- |
% ola, La Carolina.             %
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a The finest Imported Cigars to   be  had   in   Nelson.   J-:
^ Fine line of English and Egyptian   Cigarettes  and   ^
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1 n. n. B. pipes
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yS   Tobaccos  and   Smoker's   Supplies   of   all    kinds.   &
I THURMAN |
_�� The Tobacconist.  S'.
Mm Bijloyut Agency
WANTED.
Plasterers,   waitress,    waiter,    hell
boy,
Girl wants housework,
J. II. LOVE, Agt., Bnker St,
Turner Beeton & Co.
NFXSON.
VICTORIA VANCOUVER LONDON, Eng
WHOLESALE   MERCHANTS.
LIQUORS,   DRY   GOODS,   ORE   BAGS.
OAR OF PABST BEER
Just arrived from Milwaukee NELSON DAILY MINER, THURSDAY, JULY ��, 1900.
where
that
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LOCAL AMD  PERSONAL
Qnlte a large orowd went down to
Lake Park last nlg-ht and the pavilion
w.is well patronised,
The   Hen ver    Line     Bleamor     Lako
Superior Balled from Liverpool Tuos-
day, July Brd at op. m.
The Dominion Line Steamer Cam-
Dromon passed Klnsalo at U o'olook
Monday morning, July 8nd.
Mr. Vi. A. Maodonald Will leave tomorrow for Rossland on legal business
returning Sntiirdiiy evening,
The river Ih falling rapidly, this being due to the eool weather whioh has
prevailed fur she past Tew days.
Mrs. A. E. Ilureli anil snn of Winnipeg are visiting her brother, W. Rutherford of Nelson, for the summer,
Alex. McLennan, mate of the steamer
Kokanee, resumed his duties today
after spending a two weeks' vaoatlon
at the Coast.
Manager Waterman will leave with
the Nelson  Baseball team on Sun
morning   for     Kossland
will   play   a   game   wilh
Sunday afternoon,
Tbe total number of tuns of ore
shipped from the Queen Jiess property
during the month of June was 440,
The smelter returns Hhow that the ore
mnn Still per ton.
K. Campbell and P, Deacon, who
have been engaged iii laying the
sewer on Water Street, fnnn tlall I"
William, since last April, will complete their contract toiuorro
delay in the work was caused
h.-avy rock work encountered.
John Bode of the Kokanee, while
loading heavy material upon the boat
at  the   wharf   yesterday   after in
seriously injured his right leg. and
was removed to the General Hospital
at once. It ia thought that he will be
laid off for two weeks.
Nelaon Purely, who had his leg
badly crushed by falling between two
cars near Slooan Junction, and who
was brought to the hospital Tuesday,
was successfully operated upon by Dr,
Hull this morning, The patient is
doing nicely.
The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist
Church has arranged fur an entertainment next Wednesday evening by Miss
Lottie L. Tilhilsim nf St. Paul, Minn.
Miss Tillotson is a clever elocutionist
and a teacher ot the Delsarte Method,
and will furnish an Interesting entertainment for her hearers.
QUMPSBS POR I-IVE   CENTS.
The Miner has mi hand a number of
portfolios  of   "Glimpses    of    South
Africa, "     There lire UO   enlllplele sets
loft, numborlng from one to eighteen,
bul   i here  are several of all   other
numbers witb the exception  of three,
four,  live uud six.   These    will  be sold
nl live cents per oopy,
COLD BTEEL OB DEATH,
'There is but one   smull  ehunoe to
_ave your life und thnt iH through an
operation," waa the awlul prospeot set
before Mrs- I, B, Hunt of Lime Ridge,
Wis , by her dootor after vainly frying
to cure bar of a frightful ease of stomach trouble mid   yellow  jaundice.    He
diiln'i count on tne marvellous power
of Kloi'lrie Bitters to OUre stomach ami
Liver troubles, but- she beard of it,
took seven bottles, wus wholly cured,
avoided surgeon's knife, now weighs
more end feels better than ever. It's
positively guaranteed to cure Slomaeli,
Liver nud Kidney  troubles und   never
disappoints,   PriceBOo. at the Canada
llnig ��� Hook Store.
Spring chicken and all the delloaaisB
nf the season served to you   when  you
visit Florence 1'ark lintel ut  Roberts'
Haiicli, two and   a half miles  up  tbe
river.   W. M. Roberta, proptietor,
'BLUE EIBBOH TEA IS DELICIOUS.'
v.     The
by tho
Tired
eyes
cause
sickness
Because tlie eyes tire easily,
some folks say they 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
an expert.
Consultation free.
Patenaude Bros.
Watclimakurs, Jeweleis and Opticians,
NELSON    B.IC
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Are Your Feet Right?     _^0^ Mftgjgf
,    ,   laccp-
Are they dressed in the latest
If not, call and see our
footwear    at    popular
style ?
stylish
prices.
Our  Ladies'  Patent Leather
Shoes are just right.
LILLIEBROS.
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WATCH   THIS   SPACE!
���.-OK-
BARGAINS
���AT  THE
MISCELLANEOUS
Advertisementsinsorted nnder thlshoadat
tho rate of one oent aword pur Insertion. No
advertisement takenTor less than 2b cents.
WANTED,
WANTKI).
writer   I
advertiser
-Bell boy at   Hotel   I'halr
Stenographer and  Type-
iperator  wanted.     Address
p, o. linx 195, Nelson.
WANTKI).
or Hioro.
ntiYi hing,
ollice.
Enroll
Good b
Aililrc
yuienf
tokkeepor
is   A.  II. (
111
otlice
Will do
Miner
WANTED.      Five   canvassers.     Big
Commission and salary.   Address he-
fore   18   o'clock   noon,    Kriday.     A,
Miner Oflice.
Cascade Water and Light Co..
LIMITED.
NOTICE is hereby given thai the
fourth Ordinary Ueneral Meeting of
the above named Company will bo
held nt the offices of The London and
British Columbia Uold Fields. Limited,
situate on Baker Street in the City of
Nelsou, British Columbia, on Wednesday, the IHth day of .Inly, 1000, at a
o'clock in the afternoon for the following purposes, namely:
To receive and consider the annual
statement of accounts and balance
sheets and the reports of the Directors
and Auditors thereoni in elect Direct-
on and other officers in placo of those
retiring, and to transact the oilier ordinary business of the Company.
Dated at Nelson, B.C., this 5th day
of July, A.I). 1000,
II. A I.K.KS 1IANKKV.
Secretary.
) KW��O*O��Ot0��O��IW*OKI
In Memoriam
Of Happy Days at Nelson.
Take a Souvenir Homo With You-
SPOONS,  PAPKR CUTTERS,
ORAVEY   LADLES,   BERRY   SPOONS,
BUTTON  HOOKS.   PHOTO FRAMES.
SEALS,  BELT BUOKLES,  Etc.
In Souvenir Styles.
T. H. Brown,
Jeweler
170 BAKER STIIKKT, NKLSON,
K00TENAYC0FFEE CO
Our Fresh Roasted (toffee Best of
Quality, ns follows :
Java ami Arabian Mooha, per pound $ If*
Java and Moehu Blend, 3 poubds  1 INI
Fine BantOH, 1 pounds  1 (HI
Hantoa Blend, .1 poundx  I Oil
Our  Bpor.lallllund, li imtuidh  1 mi
Our Rlo Roast, (i pounds  1 00
A nn 11. ii sin u ii i ���>.
Salesrooms :
2 doors east of oddfellows
block, w. baker st.
Nelson,      -      b. c.
NELSON Jj
__. IRON *
���J. WORKS
NELSON. B. C.
���ran and Brnmi diNlIng* or Kvcrv Hi., 11(,
Ilea.  Krpnir. and   Jnlihliig
tn a wwiiin.
K. O. QREEN        P. S. UU'IMKNTS
GREEN &CLEMENTS
Civil Engineers nnd Provincial Land
Surveyors.
\'. O, Hnx lir Nolson, B. C.
BUY IT.
The Miner is on sale at the fol-
lowing news stores at live cents per
copy:
'(lilhcrt. Stanley
Thomson Btatlonory Co
('lunula llrilK Scllooli OO.
Hotel Ihone News Stand
Hotel I 'hair NuwH Stand
n. Campbell
O. Y. Nulson
J. F. Ili'litncy
It. A. Bradshaw
siocun News ('o.
ThoniHon Bros.
Laniont & Yuiihk
11. A. KIiik&Co.
unci   News   Agents
trains out of Nelson
Nolnon
NnlHon
Nelson
NelHon
Nulson
Ymir
New Denver
I toseborrr
Slocan City
Stindon
Vancouver
Kaslo
Greenwood
on   boats  and
TO   LET.���Honse to  let  across  tbe
lake, stove, etc,   Apply O. Newling,
Maker street.
FOB HKNT.���2 rooms In Want Hlook.
Apply at ollice of O. Vi. West St Oo.
ALL KINDS--Of plain   aewlng done.
Blouses and children's olotbea a apeo-
inity.   Mrs,    Hogon,   Opposite Opera
House.
OAHfENTBBS WANTED-Ten good
carpenters wanted at once, atl>an<
hoe coiicentriilor,   nt   Saiuliin.    Apply
P, J. llickey, Sandon, B, (>.
GRUGIBLE OAST BTEEL
WIRE ROPE
7-8 inch dlaro. 91&6Gper 100 fret.   For
Immediate delivery   In   Nelson
apply.
J. C. T. CROFTS,
P. O. Box 67fi, Nftlson. R. 0'
OHURCH DIRKOTORY,
8. piAvuK'it'K |i.N<n.[rtii| ciiin.cii Corner
Ward and Silica Kin, Sum.ays: Holy (.01.1-
munioii Ku m.: and on the l-t und Hid Sunduyn
in tin; month ufler MatUlM. Mutl.nnil 11 a.m.;
Sunday Sohool _,;��ip.m : Evormong 7.90, Daily:
MjiMhi- At0.30 a. ni. Thursdoya und Sninl.V
Days) Holy Communion 10 u. in. FridayM:
RSvODSOng7.80 p. m., followed by choir practice. II. S. Afcehunt. Hector. Fred Irvine,
Geo. .Ioliiiston<*. WardciiH,
OATBOUC CBUROH���CorncrlWard nnd Mill
streets Man every Hunday at Hand L0.00a.ltl
Bonodtctton at 7,_-o p,n_, Han every weak day
at7.Ifia.Ttl.   Itov.   Father Ferland Hector.
Presbyterian I'm'm h- ServiccHut n a.m.
and 7.IW p.m. Hunday Hchool at 2.30 p.m.
1'raver meeting Thursday evening at 8 p.m.;
Christian Kridenvor Horicly meotn every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Rov. It. Frow,
Pan tor.
MRTUODTST OHTnMJH���Oorner Hilica and
JotOphlDQ Hlrcets. Hurvices at 11 a.m. and 7.IJ0
p. m. ; Sabbath School, 8.80 p.fn.j Prayer meeting on Friday BTOning at 8 o*clockr Kp worth
League C. K., Tuesday at 8 n.m. Rov. John
Robson. Pastor.
Salvation Ahmv-Bervio h evory evening
at Bo'oloon in barraotu on Voton street
Adlndanl Bdgeootnm in rhnrtcn.
Baptist Ouurou ��� Bervioea morning and
eveningat 11 a.m. and 7.80 p.m.; Prayer meet.
Ing Thursday evening at B p.m. tho ti. \
V.V. Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock.   Btrangen
cordially welcomed. Rev. (J. J, Coulter WhltO,
1'a-inr.
LODGE MEETINGS.
NKLSON LODGE,   No, SI, A. Y. St A
< 111 I II ll  l I l - OF llll'lto, I ,IIM.
MIOAVVHKlt,     MIOAWBKR    MIACTION,
1IIKKI TllltATK.HTltllNTIAN, IIIKKC'f-
OltATI'. KltACTUIN I.A 111 ItA unit LA
lirilA KUAOTION MINKBAL CLAIMd
SrroATRintiirNklson mimno iiivihion in
TUB liiHTiiior OK Wkht Kuotknay-
Wiikuh  LooATKlK���On   Minkiui. Moon
TAIN,  ON   TIIK   NOBTll    PORK   OF SALMON
lilVlll.
riiAKK NuTICKIIml I, ('. I). MoKenllo, Frei
JL Miner's GorUfloalo No 11 linn, noting u
agent for Uio HaaUngi B.O, K-iiloraUon Byndl
oats, Limited, F.M.O, No. IIIIJ9S, Inlonil, kIxIj
iIuj-k from Uio date noroof. toapuly lo the Min
IngUooorder for CorUfloacoe of iiiiprovunioiiLH,
fbrtbepurponof obteining crown Grants of
i he above olaims.
And further tako notice thai notion, under
Huoilon 37," inunt bo eoniinonoed before the in
suunoiMif Miirti CorttfleatM of Improvemonti.
l Jul od this twenty-third day of _ ehrnary, lirno.
1.11       ��� O. 11. MoKKNZIK.
GOOD   HOPK    MINKKAL   OLAIM.
Situate in t.lio NoIhoii   Mining   Divi-
Hiou of Wont Kootenay Dlatrlot Whero
lonateil: on Morning Mountain, adjoin
inn tha Algomn mineral claim.
Take notioe. that. I, Robert Scott
I.tnnle, as BRent for tho Athabasca
Gold Mine, Limited, Free Miner's
oertifioate Mo. B 80414, intend 00 daya
from the date hereof, to aprlj' to the
Mining Recorder for a oertifioate of
improvements, for the ]uir|io��e of ob
taining a Crown Grunt of the above
claim.
And further take notice thut aotion
nndur section  It? must   be  commenced
before the issnanco of such  Oertifioate
of Improvements'.
Dated this. Hith day of June A. D.,
WOO.
II. S. LENNIK
ORIGINAL MINKKAL OLAIM.
Situate in the Nelson Mining Division of West Kootenay district. Whore
located: on Mineral mountain adjoining the Arlington Miuo, noar Kric,
Ii. C.
Take notice that I, O. D. McKenzie,
agent fm the Hastings (Hritish Oolnin-
bia) Exploration Byndioate, Limited,
Free Miner's certificate No. B 89101,
intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to  the   Mining   Recorder
for a Certificate of Improvements, for
the   pnrpnsu   of   obtaining  a   Crown
Grant of the above claim.
And further take notice that action,
nnder section 117, must be  commenced
jl    .,,..,.���.-, ,,������.,   A���._,.A.r-._ a before the lssnanoe o. audi Certificate
^X^M. moots seoond Wodnosdov In each  or improvements.
J^^ month.  Visiting brothorn v/oloomo.   ,    Dated this Ifith
I.  O. O.  Y.     Koolonay ].o<l|fo
No. Hi, moots evory Monday night,
at   tholl  Mull,   Koolonay sli-out
SoJournliiK Odd follows cordially invited.
.Inhn Sooloy, N, (I.  John A. Mottae, v. O.
li. H'. Rnthorford,Boo.
dny of Jnne, 1000.
O. D. McKKNZIK, Agent.
Nolson Kiimini nt Nn. 7.   Mrots ovory L'uil
ami Itli Kniluy of ouch mom I,, in (Jdil Fellows' I
Hall, oorner  linker nmi   Kootenay  sireet.��
Nelson.   A.II.Clements,O.P.j  D.MoArthtu
It.s.  VisitiiiK hn.iliei>. always weloomo,
COURT KOOTKNA1T,  I. (I.   P., No,   818.'
Mooting! in. Thursday of month,  Fraternal
hull. .1   \ li-vintt C. It.   I'. It. riemlng. II. 8,
NKL80N   LO1I0K   No.   US, k7o7F
oi i-in K. of P. hall, Oddfellows blook
,-,',"', '. .'"   !'J, ovonlng ill. 8 o'eliiek
:)AI1 vl-llni|f ki.lirhtH cordiully   Invited
L. Sen it O. C.
(I. Juv. K.of It. nnd 8.
N ij.O.L. No. lflUll meets in UieMao-
blook every Thursday .\ n at 8
VisiiiiiK niombers oordlnlly Invited,
ion, u. Mj m. Crawford. It.8,
NKLHON'H (Jt'KF.N NO. 2)1
PONS OF F.NHLANIJ. moots
lir��t and third Wednesday of
each inonlli ul Flulernlly hall,
oorner Of linker and Kootenay
streets. vlslUog brethern oord-
inii} Invited
Jouw Watson. 8c"rotury.
Notice of Aji]ilioatioa for Certificate of
Improvement.
The Aberdeen, Hamill unci Inverness.
Mineral Claim, filiate in the Nelson
Milling Division of the West Kootenay
District. Where located i on the North
Fork of tlie Salmon Hivcr.
Take notice that 1, O. G. Hobson,
acting as ogont lor the New York Fork
Mining Company, Free Miller's certificate No. B 80,844, intend, 60 days
from date hereof, to apply to the Mining Rennrder for n Oertifioate nf Improvement for tile purpose of obtaining
a Crown Grant nf the above claims.
And fuiflier take notioe that action,
under section II?, mnst   be commenced
before the Issnanoe of snch Certificate
of Improvement.
Dated this Oth day of Mav, 11100.
O. G. HOBSON.
NKLSON AKHIK No. 22, F. O. K., moots
every seoond and fourth Wednesdays of euoh
in nnth. Visiting members cordially Invlt-
ciiiirles PrOHffi Boorelnry,
JOHN McLATCHIE
Dominion and
Provincial<>
Iiand Surveyor.
469 NKLSON BC
H. & M. BIRD
AGENTS  FOR
Eureka  Mineral Wool
and Asbestos Co.
Real Estate, Fire  Insurance.
Private Funds lo Loan.
FOR SALE.
A three-Story eight roomed house on
Park Street, close to Baker .Street;
the lower story of atone. Tlie house
in well built and lias all modem conveniences, iueliuling piping for a I'm'-
unoo.    I'rice t-.WIO
Lot 18,  Blook 12, Victoria SI, , |6S0.
Lot l, Block I (B0 feet), Vernon St.,
easy terms, $1,1100.
FOR  HKNT.
House on Carbonate Street, - blocks
from the post ollice containing Hilling
H1111111, Drawing Konm, Kitchen,
Pantry, Large Basement, !l Bed Rooms,
Dressing Room and Hath Room. Heated throughout with coal (nrniioe. Possession July Hth.   Rent ���Ho per month.
Ne W pri) Goods Store
������������������������
KERR & CO.
MADDEN   BLOOK
BAKLll STREET
NELSON
^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������m;
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
GEEAT NORTHERN
RAILWAY.
mm
NONE BETTER.
SOLID VESTIBULED TEAIN8.
PALACE DINING AND OBSERVATION
0AR3 -MEALS a la 0ARTE.
Close connection East and Westbound nl Spokane with trains of the
trains of the .Spokane Falls anil Northern Railway.
Direct connection at St, Paul without change of depot witli all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
anil all points West anil South.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 10:15 a.m
LeaveB Spokane daily ior West at 7:45 p.m
West-bound trains make direct con
ueotion for Viotoria und Vancouver,
Portland, San Francisco, and oil points
on tlie Sound.
During the season of navigation East
bound trains connect at Duluth  with
themagnlfloentsteamships North West
and North-Land of iho Northern Steam
ship Company Line, operated in con
neotlon with the Great Northern Bail
way.
For further Information, maps, folders, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Falls ft Northern lly., Kaslo tt Slooan
Ry., Kootei ai Ruihvay ft Navigation
Co., or to
F. I. WHITNEY.   H. A. JACKSON,
tienl. Pass, ft Tkt. Agt.   Oom'cl Agt.
St. Paul, Min      Spokane. Wush
Atlantic S. S. Lines
Allan l.lno Tunisian	
Allan  l.lno Namliliaa	
Dominion   Line Vaneouvcr..
Heaver Line l.usltania	
From Montreal
 Juno 811
 July7
 July 7
 June'ill
_n 1,   _.     t 1      ...     , From Now York
Whlto Star Line Majestic      JnlyS
Cunard Une Lucanla     ' jnnnao
Anchor Line City of Homo     "jaiicio
Noilli Herman Lloyil Kelsor Williolm dor
Unisse         Jnlyl
AJliia state bins state of Nebraska...,June80
r.     _, ,,     .      ,          from Boston, Mass
Canard Line I-ornla IiinoSl
PnwngiM arranged to and from nil Kiironean
points. For rules ik-kii.H nmi full Information
���i|>I<lj- to C. P. It. depot agent or\V. V. Aialor-
��on, ('liy Passenger Agent, Nulson, h. 0.
W. P. F.Cti.MMlK'US,
Oeneral Agent, c.p.it. Offloel, Winnipeg
Kooteuay Railway and Nav
Compauy, Ltd.
Operating
KASIX) _ SLOCAN RAILWAY
INTKHNATIONAL NAV. A TiiAU. CO.
Sohodulo of Thno.      Pacific standard rime.
hirociivo February 1st, woo
KASLO A S1X1CAN HY.
Passenger train for Sandon and way motions
eaves Kaslo at 8 a. m��� daily.   Retoroiof
leaves Handon at LUp.ro,, arriving at Kanfo
!' I    .',1 '   I   ] '    IM.
1NTKUNAT10NAL NAV. & THAI). OO,
Opornlinifon Kooteaay Lake and ltivor
Str. ' lntorniiUonal" loavos Kaslo for Ncison
at 0 0. in. dally excopl Sunday. Returning,
caves Nolson at (..10 p.m., colling at Ilallour,
Pilot Bay. Ainswo-u, and all way points. Con^
neots with S.Y & N. train to ond from Spokane at Five Mile Point.
LAIllJO-IJUNl.AN  DIVISION.
Steamer Argents leaves Kaslo Tuosdavs and
radars at (I a, m. for tbe bead ol navlg_t.on on
i. ... .,,,Mi_ "".n.cl,n hlver; roturnhm loaves
Halls 1-iadliiK Wednesdays and Saturdays
StoamorH oall at principal landings iu both
dtroctlons, and at other points when signalled
I lokot*-old to all points ln Canada and tho
United Stawis.
To ascertain rates and full Information nil-
dross 1
KOBEIIT IBVINi*.
Manager, Kaslo, B.O,
ALL   KINDS   OK
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Fish and Poultry in Season r
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manager,
Baker Street, Nelson.
Orders hy mail receive careful ami prompt attention
TADDY & CO.
ESTABLISHED 150 YEARS LOfldOn,    El1g.
0 R 31T      Brand and
HK.biVlI t_K. Navy Cut Tobaccos.
Aqbnts fob C��nad�� , JAMES TURNER A CO.. Hamilton. Ont.
THE    WM.    HAMILTON   HANUFACTURING
LIMITED.
MINING MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH. ONTARIO.
CANADA.
CO.
at
reasonable
...STORAGE
Storage space to rent; good, clean and cool;
rates.    Apply to
Tlie Nelson Electric Tramway CO., Lid.
Room 9, Macdonald Block.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Lines West of Lake Superior.
"Imperial
Limited
M
Service.
Departure
Trains
Depnrt from
NoIhou
Stoumer
Of
ind    Arrival   Time
an'd   Steamers.
Arrivo  nt
NoIhoii
nirivos  nt Nelson
from the enst, (Iiow'h  Next
branoh   aud  intermediate
points 2 y���
7.1 ii Trnin lenves Nelson for Ron"
land     and     intermediate
points, and via Knhsou for
north, Kevelstoke,the niuin
line nnd Pnoilio ooast points.
7.110 Train leaves Nelson for S1111-
don nnd intermediate points
and via Slonan Iiake route
for north, Kevelstoke, the
main line aud Pnnido oonst
poiuts.
Train arriveH at Nelson from
KosHinnrt and intermediate
points	
Steamer arrives at Nelson
from Kaslo and intermediate points  |jll0
15.80 Traius leaves Nelsou "for
Rossland, Greenwood and
intermediate points.
10.00 Steniner   lenves   Nelson  for
Kaslo and way poiuts.
Train arrives nt Nelson'Ironi
Kossland  nnd    Greenwood
and   intermediate points
and from Kevelstoke, the
main line, aud Pacilio const
points  |S jj-j
Train arrives in Neleonfrom
handon nnd Intermediate
points,and from Kevelstoke
the main line and the Pnoi-
flo ooast points  ]n i>0
23.80 Steamer   leaves  Nelson"for   '
_��,_,    Crows Nest branoh aud nil
point) east.
Spokane Falls A
Northern R'v.
Nei__Qj___JL Fort
Sheppard R'v.
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
Great Northern, Northern Pacific,
and O. R. & N. Co.
Connects at Nelson w ith steamer
for Kaslo and all Kootenay lake
points.
Connects at  Meyer's   Falls with
Stage daily for Republic,   and  connects at Bossburg with stage daily
for Grand Forks and (ireenwood.
L_!_va DSy Train. Aimivu.
"J ���jjB ����� ni Spokane 7:10 p.m,
}'"'���"���' !'��� m Roselauil  5:!10p,ra.
9 :'��J B, 111 Nelson 8 :(K) p.m.
Ni|?ht Train,
���,,:lr> Pm Spokane 7:05 a.m:
11:,)0 P.m Hosslaud tl :110 a.m.
H. A. JAOKSON, G. P. Is T.A.
Spokane  Wash
lo.)!5  G. K.TAOKABURY,
Airont,. Nplsnn, B.O
W. P. AN
Tr��;
-NPKR
���SeftS"
KR80N,
"" Agent
K.J.COY1.H,
A 0, P. Agent,
Vauoouver
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 Ihe week from $5 to $6.
By Ihe day $1.00.
J. V. O'LAUGHLIN.  Prop-
E. J. SCOVIL
���MITO llltilKIH,      ���0TABV Millie.
Windermere Mines.  Oorreep ��� ���noeSol'.clteil
WINDEKMERB, _. a
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