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Daily Edition   No   760
Nklson, British Columbia, Saturday, Junk 23,  1900.
Tenth Year
BATTLE
Allied Forces are Having a
Sharp Fight at Tien
Tsin.
LI Hung Chang Asks Powers
Not  to Send More
Troops.
Great Britain and the United
States Rushing Troops
There.
(IIV ASSOCIATED PRESS.)
London, June 23.���3 a. in.���The si-
lence of l'ekin continues unbroken.
Four thousand men of the silled forces
were having a sharp defensive light al
Tien Tsin Tuesday nnd Wednesday, with
a prognect nf beiog reinforced. This is
thu situation in China,  as set   forth  in
the liritish Qovernment despatches,
"Bight hundred Americans are taking part in the fighting at Tien Tsin,''
nays the Shanghai correspondent of The
Daily Express, cabling Inst evening,
"aud they apparently form n part of
the supplementary foroe, arriving with
Germans and British after the eon-lot
started. It is impossible to estimate the
number of Chinese there are, but they
liiul a surprising number of guns."
The information appears to have
been   brought    by   the  United   Stales
Gunboat Nashville lo (ihe Poo and telegraphed thence to Shanghai. The
Chinese are deserting Shanghai in
large numbers and going Into the hi'
terior.
Reports from native sources continue
to reach Shanghai of anarchy in l'ekin
According to the statements the streets
are tilled day ami night with Boxers,
who are wholly iu control of the Chi
nese troops and are working themselves
up to 11 frenzy and clamoring for the
death of all foreigners.
The Consuls at Shanghai still believe
the foreign mission���lies at l'ekin sale
although Japanese reports received at
Hlinngbiii allege that up to Juue 15 1,01)0
foreigners had been killed in Pekin.
The Daily Express says: "We understand that Mr. K. T. Tower, Secretary of the British Embassy in
Washington, is to succeed Sir Claude
MucDonnld at l'ekin. and that the
reason for Sir Claude's recall is the
break down of his health."
A despatch from Vienna says: "LI
Hung Chang baa wired the vnrious
Chinese Legations In Europe, directing them to inform the Governments
to which they are accredited that he
la called to l'ekin by the Empress to
act as intermediary between China
and the Powers and lo negotiate a
settlements of the points at issue and
and begs the Powers lo facilitate his
mission by ceasing to scud troops to
China."
sluing, director general of telegraphs,
wires from Shanghai to the Chinese
Legation in Europe that the foreign
Legations in l'ekin are safe.
Il is reported that tho British Government will Immediately send 1,800
marines to China and possibly, according to some of the morning
papers, 1.000 of the regulars now with
Lord Roberts.
London, June 22���A special despatch
from Shanghai, dated yesterday, says:
" Intelligence has been brought by the
United Slates gunboat Nashville to Ohe
Foo, that the foreigu quarter at Tien
Tain was bombarded Monday and Tuesday by Generals Nieli Tung Fu Siaug,
Rung Su, and Yuan Sou Kai. The re-
aultnf the fighting is not known. Tho
foreign residents are confined to re-
Bt ieted districts and as food and water
are source, Ihey have suffered greatly."
Washington,   D. O.i June  ?��.���The
Administration is endeavoring to
stimulate the despatch of troops and
naval reinforcementsto China to meet
the emergency at Tien Tsin.
Reports   that   have   been    received
overnight   nt   the Navy Department
bnt which arc temporarily withheld
from publication, are, it Is believed,
confirmation of the reports from
jEurope of the need of roi-torPWJBW
for tho   International  forces at Tien
Tsin.
It is understood that low water in
the Pei I lo River is preventing the
naval vessels at Taku from going to
the assistance of tho small force In
Tlen Tsin. and it is probable that no
boat drawing more water than a torpedo boat can got that far up the
river.
In that case, the purpose of the
Navy Department in hastening the
giinboatl Nashville and the old Mono-
ciley to Tiiku has been ill part defeated for, even with their light draft, it
is improbable they could ascend the
Pei Ho as far as Tien Tsin during the
low water.
In this event the only recourse ia in
the use of troops and naval battalions.
The distance from Taku to Tien Tsin is
about 111) miles, but the traveling is bad
and, if there is lunch opposition, the
journey migtil occupy several days.
The emergency described in Admiral
Kcinpir s despatch has led the War Department to make au extra elfort to
hurry forward the Niuth Regiment
from Luzon lo Taku. It was reported
by General McArthur upon the receipt
of the oiigiual order to send these
troops to China that, owing to the
break in railway communication between Terlac, the headquarters of the
Ninth, and Manila, and the prevalence
iu the harbor of n typhoon, it would
probably not be possible for the troops
lo get away before the 21th.
The War Department ia now determined that this movement shall be hastened, if it is possible to do so, and has
instructed (ienernl McArthur in such
fashion as to wan nut the belief here
that the troops will be on their way to
China not later than tomorrow evening, thus saving one or two days on the
original calculations.
St. Petersburg, June 22.���The view
expressed by both Ihe press aud politicians here is that Russia should make
couimon cause with other Powers in
meeting the common danger in China
It is pointed put, however, that wheu
���ince the time arrives to settle the Chinese question, Kussin must regulate her
tiue Interests, whioh differ greatly from
those of tho other Powers and prevent
her more particularly from definitely
embarking in hostilities agaiuBt the vast
Chinese Empire, her neighbor. This is
also understood to be the Government
view of the situation.
Berlin, Juue 28.���The commander of
the German squadron at Taku has
wired ns follows to the   Government:
"A French ollicer who has arrived
here from Tien Tsin, which he left
June 'Jotb, reports that for the three
days the city has been bombarded by
the Ohineso, the troops of the foreign
detatcbineut were short of ammunition.
The German Cruiser Irene has arrived here with 840 marines who,
with mii English and 1,500 Russians,
proceeded to Tien Tsin. The railway
is working from Taku to within IS
kilometers of Tien Tsin.''
Konio, Juno 22.���A dospntoh from
Taku, dated yesterday (Thnradny),
says: "All international column consisting of British, Russian and Japanese troops left Taku this moruiug for
Tien Tsin. An Italian detachmeut,
commanded by nn nnsigu, will remain
here to guard tho Italian flag whioh,
with the Mags of the other Powers,
has been" hoisted over the forts. Ths
detachment of Italian sailors which
participated in tho oaptnro of the forts
sull'ered no loss. Tho Germau ruin
fnroeniHiits from Kino Ohuu and British reinforcements from Hong Kong
have arrived here."
Shanghai, June 22.��� Owing lo the ab.
sence of warships at Kill Kiang Fu.
some apprehension is folt there of nn
uprising. The moroliuut steamer companies, therefore, hnve arranged to always keep one steamer in readiness.
The British twin screw sloop Daphne has
arrived here with ammunition. There
uro no signs of a disturbance.
London, July 22.���A special from
Hlianghni says that it is reported from
Japanese sources thai 1,500 foreigners
hnve been mossucred nt Tien Tsin.
Berlin, June 22.��� According to ades-
pntob from .Shanghai, received here today, Tieu Tsin is buing bombarded by
Chinese regulars and not by the Boxers,
A service of song will lie conducted
in the Presbyterian Ohnroh tomorrow
evening. Messrs Kyrlrl and U rural le
will sing "Lend Kindly Light," by
Wiegnm, and the choir will sing, "My
Soul I.nngclli," hy Q, W. Mnrstmi,
and "Therefore With Angels," by
Novi'llo A shell address will be
given by Rev. Mr. Sutherland on
' The Observance of tbo Sabbat h.''
HOUSE
The Premier Refutes Charges
Against Minister of
Interior.
Bernler   Made   Minister   of
Inland Revenue vice
Joly.
Winnipeg  to Have Regatta
Next Month Durjng
Exhibition.
(SPECIALS TO THE Mlltttlt.)
Ottawa, Ont., June 22.���When tho
House met today Sir Wilfred Laurier
gave notice that the morning scssin:s
of the House would commence next
week.
The Premier said there would be no
further legislation of any Oonsequcupe
except n Concilatiou Bill, lie would
see about the railway subsidies next
week and anticipated prorogation
week after next.
Mr. Foster wanted an arrangement
to adjourn tbe House every night at
12 o'clock, but the Premier did not
want to make any fast bargains.
Sir Wilfred then announced the
appointment of Mr. Beriiier to the
Cabinet and Sir Henri Joly to the
Lieuteuant Governorship of British
Columbia.
Sir Wilfred then addressed the Hou>e
as follows: "I desire to make a statement with regard to au assertion thai
was made a few days ago by the Member for Pioton (Bibbert Tupper) in the
course of his speeoh in this House. The
gentleman read two lttters addreseed to
himself by Senator Kirshotrer. In those
letters waa n statement, made on tbe
authority of Frank Burnett, that an interview bad been Bent to two" Members
of tbe Government in which grave
chnrgea were made against the Minister
ot the Interior in connection principally
with miuiug claims iu the Yukon.
'' I have to the st ate to the House
that I have never received any communication from Frank Burnett on the sub-
jeot, nor am I aware thnt any Member
of Ihe Government received any com-
uiunicntion. In the month of October.
1H9H, I received a private letter from a
friend enclosing a text ot a proposed interview which I wns informod was to be
put by Ruruett in a Western paper, aud
in which charges and insinuations of a
character to whioh I have just referred
were included.
"Uponreceiving this communication,
though I had ,nu reason whatever lo
doubt.theperfect honor,uhility and honesty of my colleague, tho Minister of
Interior, I thought it due to him lo
give In in the contents of the If lie-, not
tho letter, because it wns private, In i a
copy of tbo interview which had been
sent to me.
"I culled on him at his oflice aril
gave him a copy of the text of the letter. He satisfied me that he was perfectly innooenl of any charge nuu'e
against bim. He placed in my ban's
at once two lutlers, one addressed h}
Mr. Burnett to Mr. Philips and transferred by Mr. Philips to tlie Miuisto. of
Interior, nnd the other hia own answer
to this communication.
Ottawa, June 22.���M. E. Bernier. M.
I". for Bt. Hyacinthe. was sworn in aa
Minister ot Inland Revenue, at 12::��) p.
m. today, in place of Sir Henri Joly.
Justice Taoherean, who was Depu y
General in place of Lord Mintn, administered tbe oath of offloe. The Goveio-
ner-General is on the ltestigouobe 6L-
joying a few days' fishing.
Sir Henri Joly, who has been appointed Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia, will leave for Victoria oo Monday next.
Winnipeg, Juue 22.���A big rowing
regatta will be held hero about Jn'y
2Mb, during the week of tho Winnipeg Exhibition. A telegram from
Captain Oolt. who is In Toronto, says
be has arranged with the Argonauts
for an eight, four singles and doubles
to come for the event,    It is also in
tended to invito Viotoria, Vancouver
and Nelson crews to participate.
eapeoiS���y'tbs James Bays, .whose last
visit, to Winnipeg was with the
Toronto Argonauts. Ciows from St.
Paul und IJuliitb arc also expected.
Winnipeg, Juno 22.���Yesterday was
one of the holiest days for Jnne on record in Winnipeg. The temperature
marked 05 above zero at 2 p.m.
Montreal. June 22.- Jack Roach, the
notorious crook, who wss supposed to
be mixed up in the Nupanee hank robbery, but who escaped punishment,
was sentenced today to  20 years in St.
Vincent de Paul Penitentiary! He was
convicted some time ago of robbing a
merchant named Mooney iu a bold
manner.
Evangelist Joly, convicted ol robbing
the Dominion Express Company of
$0,000 at the O. P. R. Joliette Station,
wns sent to the same institution for
nine years,
Kingston, Ont., June 22.���The Executive Committee of the Ontario Diocese, at a meeting this afternoon, fixed
Tuesday, .September I, for the reassembling of the Synod lo elect a Bishop.
Efforts were made to huve Deui Williams of Quebec reconsider bis decision
in refusing to accept oflice, but he wus
obdurate, hence the new onll.
Toronto, .line 22. ���John Ilallam died
tonight. He hud been iu poor health
for the hist yt.ir or two nnd was away
most of last winter for his health iu the
Bahamas, hut only rallied temporarily.
Mr, Ilallam was a Lancashire lad who
came here and made his fortune in
business, so successfully thai for many
years he had been tho  largest  leather
merchant In Toronto, He ran for
Mayor last January, wishing to secure
that honor to crown the life he kuew
was nearlng its end.
Ottawa. June 22 The Caninli ti Patriotic Fund now ainouaU ho * K15_-
820.09, 	
St. Amies de Hellevue, Que,, June
22.���The house of a man named liris-
hois was destroyed by lire at 10:20 p.
m., caused by the explosion of n lamp.
A fix-year-old boy nud a two-weeks old
baby were burned, Mrs. Brisbois and
otbeis had narrow escapes.
Rochester, N. Y., June 2"..��� Captain W. II. Oliver of the coal barge
F. II. Burtcn, a Canadian boat, loading coal at the A. O. Yates Coal
Company'a docks at Charlotte, for
Kingston, was struck nnd instantly
killed by an empty coal car this
afternoon. Captain Oliver was standing ou the chutes watching the coal
shoot in the vessel. One of the empty
cars wns let loose to go down the
grade and before the Captain had
time to get out of the wny, it struck
him, passed over his body, cutting it
In halves at the waist.
TENNIS AT KOSSLAND.
Nelson Players Compete In Tournament
Thero Today
There is a club tennis tournament on
at Rossland this afternoou between
players from the Nelson and Rossland
Tennis Clubs. A short while ago Secretary D'xon of the Nelson Club received
an invitation from the Rossland Club
asking that the local club send over
players to compete a jainst the Rossland cracks today. In accordance with
the suggestion the following party left
on the early (rain this morning and
will repiesent the Nelson Club ou the
Rossland Cour.s Ibis afternoon: Mrs.
Bird, Mrs. I'ollok: Messrs. Dixou, Pol-
lok, Mcltiie ami Griddle,
Mr. Dixon aud Mrs. I'ollok will pair
ill the mixed doubles,as Will Mr.lvIcBu
and Mrs. Bird, The four men will
compete iu singles against four men selected from the Rosslnud Club. They
will also pluy in men's doubles us follows: Mi'llae and Dixou, I'ollok aud
Criddle.
The party will remain over at Ross-
hind tomorrow night, returning to Nelson Sunday ufternoon. The results of
the games will be published in The
Miner tomoirow morning, The usual
Saturday afternoon lea will be given
at Ihe tennis couits this afternoon and
Mrs. Stewart will preside over the ten
table.
00L0MBIAN    REVOLUTION.
Caracas,   Venezuela,  June 22.���The
Colombian  Revolutionists have occupied Bnearanianga, on the Venezuelan
frontier. Client ii, a town in the Department of Bautaodar, also on the
Venezuelan frontier, continues ia possession u[ the Revolutionists, I
SWORN IN
New    Lieutenant - Governor
Sworn In At Ottawa
Yesterday.
Legislature Prorogued Until
June 19th to Allow Bye-
Elections.
Mysterious Disappearance at
Rat Portage - News of
Canada,
<sit.ii \i.s to tin-: mim:ii.i
Victoria, June 22.���Today Premier
Dunsmuir received a despatch from Sir
Wilfred Laurier apprising bim of the
fact that Sir Henri Joly had beeu
sworn in to succeed Mclunes.
Until Sir Henry arrives Chief
Justice ���leCool will act as Administrator.
The House has been further prorogued until June !9th.
A. E. Qosnell has been appointed
private .secretary to the Premier,
Winnipeg, June 22.���A mysterious
case of disappearance is reported from
Rat Portage. Miss Jessie MeKenzie. n
stenographer in Laugford & Mnriin s
oflice, complained of feeling unwell a
little before noon and left the ofliee presumably for her s'ster s home nnd has
uot Bince been heard of. The young
woman moved to Rat Pottage from
Morden _ few weeks ugo.
Johu Branigne, about 40 yenrs of nge.
died in the police cells hero last night of
delirium tremens. He was formerly of
Kingston.
The body of Wm. CaMer was taken
from yesterday's Great Northern express. Oalder was enroute lo Winnipeg for medical treatment aud died ou
the train near the international boundary,    His relntives cannot be located.
Extremely hot and dry weather prevails throughout Manitoba today. Iu
Winnipeg the thetinomuter touched over
100 iu t.ie shade.
FIRE AT KASLO.
Insurance Agents Seo the  Real jThlng
at Kaslo.
Kaslo, June IS.���Several   Insurance
agents from Vancouver were   lu (own
yesterday and a. T. Qarlsnd, the chief
of the volunteer lire brigade, had
arranged to call ont the brigade lo
show what they could do. But a lire
foreslulled him. The Insuranee agents
were able to see bow the lire hoys
handled the real thing. Sam Sing, n
Chinese lauiidryiiian, obliged them lev
having a lire and the brigade put it
out in line style.
The townspeople are now looking
for a reduction ill the rates, The insurance premiums have been raised to
an alarmingly height recently. The
local paper suggests thut it is time
the Kootcrny towns refused to be
dictnted to by Vancouver aud formed
a board of their own. A Kootenay
Board of Kire Underwriters would tie
more competent to deal wilh insurance matters in this region ihnu the
Institution which has It*headquarters
in the Inns of Court building, Vancouver.
mines near'cjamborne.
Camborne,    B.    O.,       Juno    21. ���
W. H, Jackson lias sent op a large
force of men to open up tt.e Block
Hear and Wide West groups ou Pool
Oreat
A contxnot has tiesn let on the Pontine group, about two miles up Pool
Creek, for a tuunol of one hundred
feel. Two shifts are nt work and thirty
feet of remarkably good work has been
done already.
Tho Alma has again afforded a
pleasant surprise. A new strike was
made last week cf four feet of good
shipping galena ore. It is understood
that Mr. Jackson has nn optiou on this
property. If this Is the oase It Is a
miracle if trumps don't turn up for
bim tbis S9Bson.
Mr, Boeck is at work on tbo Selkirk
group wilh u force of eight men. He
lias i,ot n trail and cabins built and
haa jnst commenced real   development.
E, Rosenberger has obtained an
optiou ou the Eva group uud it is cou-
Ihlcntly expected that the deal will he
closed within a few days.
Assessment work is propressing
merrily und tho mountains ure alive
with men.
Mr. E. B. Drew has established a
store in Camborne and appears to be
well satisfied with the wny busman*
opens up.
Messrs. Ellis nnd Haitley are ut
work ou the Eclipse, which they located last year. This promises to be the
champion silver lead proposition nf tbe
camp. Reports says that tlie showing
is amazing.
ROBERTS
Now Has His Not Around Stoln Ready
to Pull In.
London, June 28'���8i46 a.m,���General Steyn'a force in the Urange River
Colony ale for the time ntlracting most
of the attention of Lord Roberts,rather
to the neglect of Commandant l.oiii8
Botha and President Kruger.
The severance between the Traus-
vaal and the Orunge River Colony,
wns completed yesterday, as Lord
Roberts snid it would he, on tbe
airival of General Buller's advance
nnder Lord Duiidnnuld at Standorton.
The wide not alound the 0,000 or H.OOu
men under Steyn will now oontract'
Adroit manouvering und brisk lighting are likely to take place, because
all resistance south of thu Vaal is
necessary to make it safe for a line of
communication,
President   Krnger's    sons, who sur-
endered  to   General    Baden-Powell
are   hack   on   their     farms   working
peacefully,
General Batlen*rowell rode with
only 300 men from Mafekiug, and he
made the last section of the rule to
Pretoria with only 85, Lord Roberta
mot liiiu in the oiiisliirtx ,,f Hie town
and escorted him to Ihe ltftsidelley.
(leneral Dewet's farmhouses have beeu
burned lo Ihe ground by the British.
General Buller has fSSUod a special or-
ler eulogizing the services of Sleuth-
cnuus Horse. Captain Jones and tbe
brigade from II. M. 8. Forte have been
ordered back to Ihe ship nt the Admirnl' s n quest.        '	
KaatHchbOHch, June 22. ��� (leneral
Dnndonald,   with  tho  Third  Cavalry
Brigade,  occupied Bfandardea  today
without opposition. Tho Burghers
left yesterday after having blown up
Iho railroad bridge and doing other
damage. The infautry marched 22
miles today and camped at Kautsboach
Spruit tonight.
-orenso  Marques,  Juno 22.���President Ki uger's principal condition  for
Immediate peapela that he be allowed
to stay in the country.
There  me   5,000   British   sick    and
wounded at Pretoria.
THE RUSSIAN CENSOR.
Russian   Editors  Are  Told   How  to
Write Up China Affair.
London. June 22.���Tho correspondent oi the Daily Express says that the
Russian Minister of the Interior. M.
Sipiugniue, has Issued the following
in.ti,iet um- for the guidance of newspapers in dialling with the far eastern
questions,
' 'Kirst. ��� No reference to the movement ef Russian   troops or   war ships.
"Seoond���Papers must bear in mind
that the Czar is actuated only by ��� a*.
���Ire lo maintain peace and good will
among the nations.
'Thiirt���No gossip about differences among the powers tbat would be
displeasing in the Government.
"Koiirth.���No crltiolsin ot Russian
diplomacy or of military or naval
strategy.
"Fifth. ���EditorsI writers should re
imliect tbat Russia Is predestined to
predominate in Asia.
"Sixth ��� Comparison may bo  made
between  Basslsa  nnd  foreign troops
and   ���ainen.    when    unfavorable   to
foreigners."
Three more   prisoners were brought
i iiu Provincial jail  from Kitchener
y Constable J.   Wilson   of Gteaton
Bstsrday,      Their   mimes   are   John
ollins.    William   Currle   and    John
Contnre.     'Ihey   were  arrested    for
lading drunk ami  disorderly.     Collins
will serve one month while ihe other
two will remain in the lock-up for
six areoks,   Currle is the Post Master
,t   Kitchener   and   the   other tiiniiir
railroad  laborers.   Tbey   were  tried
before Magistrate V. Mallaiidiuc, Jr.,
} of KI Kb uor.
EUROPE
Indications That Powers are
Not In Unison as to
China.
Views of German. Russian
and French Foreign
Offices.
Chinese Embassy In Berlin
Asks For Police
Protection.
(BV lUSOOIATBD PRESS.)
Berlin, June ii.���Aa lo whether the
Powers interested in China will reach
au a, i cm,, ui regarding concerted
action, it seems to be certain, judglug
from results of Investigations made
today, by the correspoudeiit of the
Associated Press, that no arrangement
has yet la'cn made.
The same series of questions were
put. successively to iho Uermnu Foreign Ottlcc, and tu the Russian and
French F.mbUHSies.
The (.human Foreign Oflice aald:
"Tho Powers are just now agreed aa
to three points. The relief of Ttan
Tsin and Pekin, adequate satisfaction
for the severe iujuries European Interests have sustained and the establishment of guarantees against the
repetitions of sooil outrages. Beyond
this, the attitude of tbe powers will
largely depend upou what has really
happened in Pekin, whioh is still unknown iu Europe.'������
The reply of the Russian Ambassador, Count listen Haekeii, was substantially the same as Hint of tho German
l-'nieigu Otlice, exoept on two points.
Ths Ambassador said with muoli emphasis:
"The inlerveuliou of the Powers in
China must, uuder no condition, mean
a settlement hy war of old scores with
ihe Chinese Government, and it must
not embrace governmental reorganization. Especially il must uot include a
change in tbe bend of the Government,
Even if the Chinese nud tho International armies ouaie inio collision these
conditions must never Is-lust sight of."
The French Ambassador, Marquis ds
Neiil, expressed a different view.
While substantially coinciding with
the programme of the Herman Foreign
Offloe, be insisted that the removal of
the Empress llownger aud her clique
would lie necessary to secure the
pennanent results   which   the Powers
desire. ;;
The Washington Government several
days ago iiupiired ofthe lulled Btates
Ambassador here with regard lo tbs
whereabouts nud safety of a num
tier of American missionaries located wiihiu the German sphere of in -
lluence iii Khan Tung Province. Thus
far Hie German Government has been
unable to furnish  a  satisfactory   reply.
Tho semi official Berlin despatch baa
_ special despatch from Rome, asserting that the Vatican has applied to tbe
Frsnoh Government urgently entreating larger reinforcements to be aent
for tbe protection of Christiana ln
China. The leply of the Paris Cabinet,
according to this correspondent, ia that
the matter will be treated in a harmonious aud soldierly way with other
Powers.
The Chinese Embassy here having
received several nnunyinous letters
threatening veilgriinee should tho
news of the murder of ths German
Minister nt Pekin, Baron Von Ksttler,
prove to In true, It immediately applied to the Berlin police for protection, nud a niiiul'ci of men lu plain
clothing now patrol the precincts of
the Embassy night nud during tho
day.
  /_ . -
MORE GUNS.
London June 23. It Is announced
tbat the British War OfHcs baa bought
fully bull cues of Krupp field artillery.
MARRIAGE BILL PASSED.
Loudon.      June     22.���Tbs     House
today   passed   tbe   Colonial   Marriage
Bill Introduced by Lord Sirstbcona,
.
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fieison Daily Miner
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Daily pur month by oan ler I    63
pur luilf your ' 3 60
yoryeer    7 00
par ymir by mull    600
poryotir fnrnlKii. -   100
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Weekly, per half yoar I 1 Jo
Di-r yoar    8 00
po. voar, forul|<n    H30
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Nelaon Min >r Printing & PubllahlngCo
NELSON. B. O.
Telephone   No.  144-
London 1 England] (llllco, ll.i Klcol Slroot, K.C
central Preu Agency, blinttad,special Agunt.*
ONLY HELD OVER.
if not by formal act of the Govern
ment, then by formal resolution of
the Legislature. Jlut we are constantly finding that there are many
things that may be ascertained without the aid of red tape. For instance, a Premier defeated at the
polls does not require lo wait until
"officially " informed of the fact ,by
an adverse vote in the House. He
may take the newspaper reports for
it and resign forthwith. That, we
see, has also served in the case of
the Lieutenant-Governor. The Government at Ottawa were satisfied
with general report as telegraphed
llicm, with the result that Mr. Melnnes has been obliged to make way
for a much better man in the person
of Sir Henri Joly.
Our namesake at Rossland will
be surprised to learn from The Vancouver World that its suggestion
of a Cabinet position for Mr. Mackintosh ii " intended to cause the belief that without the presence of
Mr. Mackintosh in the new Ministry it will collapse at once." It is
really wonderful the many new and
surprising things one has been able
to learn from The World the past
two or three months, if one only
took the necessary trouble to put
faith in what it said. When we
ventured to endorse the suggestion
of The Rossland Miner we did not
understand that it was made under
the impression that without Mr.
Mackintosh it would be impossible
to form a Government. Certainly
the endorsation was given without
any such impiession. Mr. Dunsmuir has given practical demonstration of the possibility of constructing a Cabinet Without including Mr.
Vlackinlosh by actually proceeding
to do it. And it was absurd to suppose that he could  not.
But our Rossland contemporary
no doubt thought that any Ministry
formed in British Columbia at the
present time, or under the condition* that at present exist, would
be all the stronger if Mr. Mackintosh were a member of it. That was
the point of the Rossland paper,and
il is the point we would gladly assist
in commending to the very serious
consideration of all who are in any
way responsible for the composition
of the Government of the day. With
every respect for the politicians who
presume to direct these affairs for
the Province, we venture to say and
to insist that the paramount need
of the times is a Government that
will appeal to the confidence of the
business public, not only of British
Columbia itself, but of the rest of
Canada, and of such portions of it
In the United States and the United
Kingdom as take an interest in our
affairs and desire to take a hand in
the development of our resources.
It is Dot the little ambitions of our
politicians, or the little jealousies of
this local district or that, to which
first consideration is to be given, or
to which it is good business to give
any consideration at all. We require to do the best we can for the
Province, and to make a Minister of
Mr. Mackintosh would help largely
to this end. No doubt for a good
reason Mr. Dunsmuir thought it
expedient to form a Cabinet without him just for the present ; perhaps in the reconstruction which it
is understood is in contemplation in
the near future he may find it at
least quite as expedient to solicit
the assistance of Mr. Mackintosh,
and to see that a seat is provided
for him. 	
There has been a tradition that
no official act could be based on anything less than official information.
A Coast paper thought Ottawa
could do nothing in that matter of
the Lieutenant-Governor until the
popular sentiment in this Province
had in some manner been officially
conveyed to them. The authorities,
we suppose, required that the dissatisfaction expressed through the
ballots should be officially  certified,
As long as the people of Nelson
can see in the criticisms of our local contemporary anything that is
either entertaining or instructive on
the very grave question of those
labor troubles, it is hopeless to expect that the agitation will cease.
Its remarks yesterday may appeal
to the prejudices of the very ignor-
nant, and it is to be hoped, in the
best interests of the district whose
prosperity we all should desire, that
the favor with which they may be
regarded does not extend beyond
these. Such trifling with a matter
which present circumstances are
only too apt to invest with a gravity
that is far from assuring is one of
the worst manifestations of the situation .
If it were made the general practice to import a Lieutenant-Governor from a sister Province, no one
would be more welcome to British
Columbia than Sir Henri Joly, a
gentleman of fine manners, polished
sense, and of great sensibility. But
as the practice appears to be limited to the West, one is apt to experience an uncomfortable suspicion
that we are regarded as inferior to
our fellows in the older Provinces.
British Columbians will be very
loth to make that admission, but we
are sure they will none the less give
a cardial welcome to Sir Henri Joly,
who in his own Province is justly regarded as the chevalier sans peur
et sans reproche.
Celebrate
W�� ure now booking orders for
Chinese Laqterqs
Colored  Fires
Flags, Etc.
And if you wish to avoid disappoint"
moat ffivo ns your order
NOW
CANADA DRUG &
BOOK CO.
Decorate
Wholesale Houses.
NELSON, 6* C.
AERATED AND MINERAL WATERS
THORPE & CO., Limitkd.���Cornor Vor
lion ami Oedur StroelH, Nolnon, niiuiu-
faeturorn ot and wholetmlo tlualurn in aorulod
watai-H and fruit syrupH. Hole auonlH for Halcyon Springe, mineral wutor.   'IV1 (W
NELSON 8ODA WATER FACTORY
���N. M. CtmmiinH, Lesnot!. Kvery known
variety of Hoft drinks. R O. Box 88. Tole-
phono No. 31. H i 'in or Struct, Nelnon. BottlurH
of Nn! FamouH St, Leon Mot Spring-. Mineral
Water.
CIGARS
KOOTENAY    CIGAR     MANUFAC-
TURlNQ pQ.---iHHmifuciuroni ofjue
Hoyal Seal ancf ivbotonry Hollo OlgOTk
tory and otlloo, Baker StroKt, Nolnon, ti. (
Kac-
OOMMISSION MERCHANTS
HJ. EVANS & Od.-Baner Struct, Nol
a Hon, wholesalo doalurn in liquorn, cigar*
commit, lire brick and tiro clay, water pipo and
steel rail   and general commission inurchanla.
FRUITS AND OONFEOTIONERYJ
J A. M'DONALD - Madden Block,
��� Nelnon. B. C\��� Fruits, ico creiim,
U. B. Chocolates, high class confectionery.
lco Cream parlors.
Is the only proper ouo to use iu
ropairiug  dulioato  uiocliftuiam.
We Never Use Any
Other
We   invite   your   trade   and
promiso aatiufaotiun.
T. H. BROWN
JEWELER
178 Uaker Stroet, Nelson.
IFYOU SMOKE
Smoke Our Cigars
They are made in your midst, of
the finest Havana Tobacco.
Where good Cigars are sold
they can be bought.
The Royal Seal and Kootenay
Belle.
Union  made.
Kootenay Cigar
Mfg. Co.
NELSON,
B. C.
LUMBER.
Delivered to an any point on
Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock
on hand of
BOUGH AND
MESSED LUMliEK,
SHINGLES.
MOULDINGS, SASH DOOUl.
INSIDE FINISH.
COAST FLOORING
and
FINISHED LUMBER.
'Mill at PILOT BAT.
Tarda, NELSON and LARDOJ
HEAD  OFFIOE
IlSTEXiSOlSr.
J.  A.   SAYWARD.
GEO. QURD
Boom 1. Turner-Boeoku Blook.
Real Estate & Mining Agent
HOUSES FOR  SALE
14-room liinmo, all conveniences, 2
lotu down town.   A bargain.
l loumm ln all parta of tbe oity.
Baker Streot ImproTed property.
Income 15 per oent net.
BUILDING  LOTS POR  8ALE
75-feet beat realdenoe oorner in tbe
oity.    A snap.
A good Hit of linililiiig lots to select
from.
GRAIN, HAY AND CEREALS
RACKMAN - KER  MILLING CO.
1.1MITKU.���Wholutmlu niul retail uealurt*
ln i:i.-.i11. hay, Hour, feod. .Mill ut Victoria,
New WoHtmiiiHtor. Edmonton, Alia, Klovul-
ora on Calgary St Edmonton lluiiway. Manufacturer!* of colobrated 11 St K brand coroaln.
B
GROCERIES
D
&.    CO.��� Corner
AMACDONAL ___ __.
��� Front, und. Hull blroulH, wholesalo
Krooors and jobbora in blankets, Klovod, niitta,
boots,, rubbers, mackinawn and miner:-' turn-
dries,	
H. & M. BIRD
Agent, for Eureka Mineral Wool and
Asbestos Co-
Real  Estate.   Fire  Insurance.
Private Funds to Loan.
FOR RENT.
Honae on Carbonate Sheet, 2 blocka
from tbe post office containing Dining
Room, Drawing Room, Kitohen,
Pantry, Large Easement, !! Bedrooma,
Dreading Room nnd Rath Room, Heated throughout with coal fornaon. Possession .Inly 9th.    Rent per mouth $!!i>.
Mr. Perks honse ncroas the lake containing Sitting Boom, two Bed Koninn
and Kitohen. Furnished, complete.
Possession Jnly 1st. Reut per month
830.
ARCHITECTS
CANE & MACDONALD (H. Capo,
Jati. A. Macdunaldj *AIQblteotS and Bu��
IHirinlendciiu. Broken Hill Ulock, Cor, Baker
and Wurd SU.. Nolnon, U. C,
LUMBER
NELSON SAW & PLANING MIL_-
Umce corner Hall und Front StrootH,
Neluoii, B. 0. Luntbor, Ceiling, Flooring and
everything tn wood for building purpoHcH.
Uot our prloou.   Correspondence Kolieitcd.
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
P BURNS * CO-Hukor Street, Nelson,
a   wboleuale dealers ln fresh aud cured
meatu.   Cold storage,
WEST KOOTENAY BUTCHER CO-
���Baker Street, Nolnon.   Wholesale dual
orH in fronh and cured meats,
HARDWARE A  MINING SUPPLIES
VANCOUVER HARDWARE CO'Y.
Limitkd���Hukur Street, Nelson, whofo-
hute dealers In hardware aud minim;- supplies,
plumbers' and tinsmith's supplies.
NELSON HARDWARE CO.-Wholo
sale Punts. Oils and Glass. Mechanics'
Tools. Agents for OntAaio Powder VVorks.
llynamlle.
LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.	
TURNER,   BEETON   A   OO.-Cornor
I Vernon and Josephine Streets, Ne'son
wholesale doalors in liquors cigars and dry
goods. Agents for 1'abst Brewing Co. of Milwaukee aud Calgary Brewing Co, of Calgary.
Gamble & O'Reilly
REAL   ESTATE
AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
BAKER  STTEET.
FOR SALE.
Two lots ;uh1 house. 8 rooms, Itatli
room and kitchen, all modern improvements, good view, handy to
town, 9_i,f>uo.   Terms.
FOR RENT.
New Cottage, Mill Street, S~!> per
month
New Cottage, Stanley Street, 831)
per month.   All modern conveniences.
Two new cottages, Gore Street, 815
each.
Apply
Gamble b O'Reilly.
Agents.
H
UDSON'S BAY OO. -Wholesale groceries and Liquors, olc, Baker St., Nelson.
Oertifioatelof IinproTemrnts.
Notice���Venango and Shenango Mineral claim, situato in tbe Nelson Mining Division of West Kootenay District. Where located���On west aide of
Kngle Greet, abont 2,000 feet southwest
of I'lHirmau qnartz mill.
Take notioe that 1, Chas. Moore, of
Kaslo, B. C, acting as agent for Thou.
R. French V. M. O. No. 11.806B and
Isaac Krickson, Free Miner's Certificate No. 11,804 B. intend, sixty days
from the ilate hereof, to apply to toe
Mining Recorder for a Oertifioate of
Improvements for tbe purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of tbe above
claim.
And further take notice tbat aotion,
nnder section 87, must be commenced
before the Issuance of anon Oertifioate
of Improvements.
Dated till* tAtfa day of Atwll. 1000,
/CALIFORNIA WINE CO. Limited,
Vy corner 1-raiil and Hal) Streets, Nelson.
Wholesalo dealers in Wines (easu and bulk),
und Domestic and Imported Cigars,
PROVISIONS, PRODUCE A FRUITS
JY- QRIFFIN A CO.-Corner Vernon
��� anu Josephiuo Streets. Nelsou, wholosalo
dealers iu provisions, cured meals, butter and
eggs.
RELSTERER & GO.
Brewers of Fine linger
Beer and Porter.
Drop in and see us.
NELSON, B. C.
Charles 5t. Barbe
Stock and Share
Broker
General  Agent.
Nelson Employment Agencv
WANTED
Lathers, plasterers, finishing carpenters, painters, waltress (out of town)
|80; Cooks (women), waitresses,
CONTKACTS   TAKEN    FOU    DIAMOND
OOKK DRILLING.
J. H. L0TB,Agt     Baker8f
ALEX- STEWART
Room 3,  Tumer-Boeckh Block, Nelson.
Mutiny Public, Keal Bstate, Insurance
Mines, Leans.
$2,000 will buy lot with furnished
house rented fur i'ln per month, anil
stnble rented for 810 per moulh. Very
cciil nil locution.
LOTS FOR SALE
$200 cash, lot on Cai'lionalc Street.
82,000 will purchase 1 lots and residence, Hume Addition.
81,200 will purchase lot on Raker St.
A uice oottago nnd large lot Five Mile
Point.
Ranch at Pilot Bay, 00 acres cultivated.
i860 holue nnd lot on llobsou Street.
IM00O will buy Corner on Baker
Street.    Kasy tuinis.
S-1000 will buy Corner on Vernon
Street.
���200 ench will buy 8 nioe residence
lots on Carbonate Street.
$30 a month will rent nn H r.ionied
house.    A simp.
For Sale.���4,000 shares of Big Horn
stock at 5 cents per shnre.
2000 Athabnsca Bhnres for sale.
Canada Permanent and West
em Canada Mortgage
Corporation-
HEAD OFFICE TORONTO, ONT.
Mouoy to loan ou Straight Mortgage.
Apply to <i. L. LENNOX, Baker St.,
Nelson.
I'. Oi <.iu'.i:n r.��. clemento
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil  Engineers   and Provincial
Land Surveyors,
P, O, Hot Ub Nelson.BO
A. R- BARROW, a.m.i.c.E.
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Corner Victoria and Kootenay Bis.
r. O. Box H��. Telephone No, ft}
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THE RED FRONT GROCERY
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GREENS, GREENS, GREENS
Fresh shipment ol
STRAWBERRIES
LETTUCE
ASPARAGUS
SPINACH
RADISHES
Morrison 6 Caldwell.
The Red Front Telephone 134.
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* WE   HAVE   SOLD  75%   OF   ALL  THE fc
PORTLAND CEMENT,
FIRE BRICK, FIRE CLAY,
and SEWER PIPE
Used in the Kootenay.
������������
JUST fiEOEIVED-OAELOAD
Dominion Ale and Porter
|7 (in pints and quarts)
_��   Dominion White Label Ale
9 (pinti and quarto)
^5 Ibis is the finest Ale brewed iu Canada. '
If   Dominion Bulk Ale
9 (in 15 gallon kegB)
i|   Teacher's Scotch Whisky
3
3
3
3
i
3
3
i
1
IS  STILL  TBE  BEST.
������������
H. J. EVANS & CO.
NELSON,  B.O.
THE WM. HAMILTON  MANUFACTURING CO.
LIMITED.
MINING   MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH,    ONTARIO,
CANADA.
���    We are now doing business in
jOUR   NEW   STANDI
(THE   OLD   BURNS  SHOP)
Next to  Nelson Hotel, where we hope to see all our
OLD customers and many  NEW ones.
Give  us a  call. 5
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KIRKPATRICK   A   WILSON j
Telephone 10                                            P. <>. Box K. and W. !
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STORAGE.
Storage space to rent;   good, clean and cool;   at reasonable
rates.    Apply to
The Nelson ElectricTramway Co. Ltd
Room 9 Macdonald Block.
TENDERS WANTED.
Tenders will bo received by the undersigned tip to the 115th of Joly next
for the sinking of a slinft on the Mand
S mineral olnim on the North Fork of
the Salmon River. Plnns and specifications will be mailed on applioation
to the undersigned.
0. G. HOBSON. Seoretary.
New North Fork Miuing Oo., Ltd.
P. O. Box 885,
Jnne let, Htoii.        Vaiiooiiwr, B, O,
MEN   WANTED.
Wanted.��� aooo rock men and genernl
hands for work on White Pass &
Ynkon Kail way. Wages 88.80 per day.
Board tl per day. Work every day.
Pay monthly in oash. Fare from Vancouver fill with 85 rebate after working 80 days. Apply to M. J, Henay,
oontraiitor, 89, Inns of Court or A. 0.
BoBf, 495 OoidoTM Street, Vancouver
or on the work,
HUDSON'S BAY
COMPANY.
6NCORPOFUr*WQ, i67(k
Kickers
If you get your
Football
Shoes
at the HUDSON'S
BAY STORES you
will do all your
kicking on the ball,
You will have
no kick at the price
or quality.
All sizes.
HUDSON'S
BAY
STORES.
LIME.
The Nelson Coke &
Gas Company is
now prepared to supply the best LIMli
in   the   country   at
5oc per cwt
Special rales on carload    lots.     Apply
(lu uui)
Baker Street.
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Atlantic S. S. Lines
Prom Mjuitrow
Allan Lino   'Tunisian*  Ju?r T
All,in Linu "N11111I1II1111    iuiiefl
5omtatonJJne''Cftrabromani ��� |v,
dominion Lino "Vancouver    ;:��
Huavur Linu "lake Ontario '"g ���
lioavor Linu "Lnsltannv ������ ������j;r(l;���'No'w _oric
Wlill* Star Linu "Oormanltf1...
White Star iLlim "Majoauc ...
Ouuard Uno "Sorvta	
Cmmi-il Lluu "Iiuoania ���-,;	
Anuhor Linu "Furnojiala ....,.������
Anchor Linu "OltJ of Bpine
American Lino ���'St.  Paul ...������,
Uu<l Star Lino ''WoRtornlana .
Norlli   Uutiimn   Uovd     !V''.''u-,ii,oiii.
North Bwnan Uoyn "Kaiser Wimoin.J||ly ,
clur Orosn .....c,,-;",,VM.'.i,'ra~kii" -Imi>"3��
Allau statu Uno "State ol Nob��� ga^J >(
,_n .June 'w
Ounard Lino "Ivernla ���; ���.������..���
1 Wgoi. arranKod to Mj^jMSuw
point*. For rates, I-'1:"01*, '''" ft BeMlW
auiily to C. 1��. K, dopot, agon* "or U  ��
- . .*;<!> it nffltuiri wtnnir��K
flonnral ARont. O r< "���l,ni,w __
A. R. SHERWOOD
Qeneml Agent for Southern B.0,
for the
Birkbock Investment, Security & Savings
Oo., of Toronto,
Money Loaned on Straight Mortgnif-
Real Delate nnd Insurance.
E. p. WHALLEY, J- ?���
NOTARY PUBLIC. /f
Office with C.W. West SCO., cor. H.ll
and Baker Sts.
m, Oflice of the Nel-on 6^'.^
Factory. NELSON' DAILY MINER, SATURDAY, JUNE _;,, .900
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While There Is Yet Time
You should take advantage of the wonderful bargains we are pffering you.
OUR BIG SPECIAL SALE
Concludes when our Store closes tonight. We are almost glad of it, for we have missed meals and sleep, the
former because of the rush of buyers and the latter because we have been compelled to stay up nights
���preparing for the rush of the folio wing.day. We are prepared today for the biggest rush we ever had, and
we expect it. We will have new bargains on the counters, bargains unheard of heretofore. We would tell
you of some of them if we had time, but we haven't time and you must come and see us if you would know of
them.   REMEMBER, OUR SALE  CLOSES TOXKUIT,
FRED IRVINE & CO.
LOCAL AND   PERSONAL
P. Flemmlng, of the City Steamboat
Otlice of the 0. P. H., left yeslcrdin
for n trip up the Arrow Ijiikea.
There wns n great attendance 11
vthe grand bull which was held in tin
dining hall of the Grand Central.Iun
evening.
Hume:   \V.    11.    Vass,   Montreal
Mrs. P, J. McMahon, Snn Francisco
tl. K. Miekcc, Toronto; J. \V. Pun
lull, Spokane; W. Hiddcll, Pilot Bay.
Joseph Butticc, an Italian, who win
arrested Thursday evening for being
drunk and disorderly was brought
before Magistrate Crease yesterday
morning and lined Sr> and costs.
Tbe Tramway Company hns turned
the second story of the McDonald
Block into storage rooms, something
much needed in Nelson. A portion of
the lloor has been rented but there is
still some vacant space.
E. Odium, correspondent for The
Daily World of Yttueouver, arrived ill
the oity yesterday. He is on au extended trip to the various mines of
the Kootenay district und expects to
return to Vancouver next fall.
Henry Ferlaiid. son of A. -Vrluml,
arrived in Nelson yesterday from
Winnipeg where he has been attending
the St. Boniface College. He will
spend his summer vucation here,
returning to Winnipeg in the fall.
A Bpeoial song service of much interest, ut which standard hymns will be
suug nnd btoriee connected with thorn
will h�� related, la to be held at the Baptist Chinch tomorrow eveniug. The
address will be short. Tbe public are
extended n cordial invitation, In the
morning the Pastor will preach, taking
as his topio "Cni'Uiil Christians."
It has been suggested hy some of
Nelson's business moil thnt it would
he a gracious not ou the pint of the
oiti/,eus to dispunBo with telephone service ou the afternoons nnd evenings ol
Joly and nnd llrcl so thnt the young
ladies employed nt central wonld thus
be nblo to enjoy the celebration. The
Miner for its part is perfectly willing
to nccede to such a reasonable requost.
At the Congregational Church services tomorrow in the Opera House,
Kev. William Munroe will preach
both morning and evening. Morning
subject: "Jehovah- jiroh." Evening
subject: "Amusements." At evening service llerr Stelner will play a
'cello solo; the Nelson Male Quartette
will sing "Abide With Me" mid Mr.
Prosser a solo called "Oh Eyes that
Are Weary,"
William Burns, who has been conducting the entrance examination nt
the public school for the past two
days, will leave for Trail tomorrow
sphere be will hold an examination on
Monday. He'will also hold examinations at Rossland Wednesday and
Thursday. The result of the examinations which have been held lu Nelson will be announced iu ubout two
sreeUs,
George D. Curtis is preparing  plans
for a residence for H. S. Eowlor.whloh
will bo built on Silica Street.
Mnttin   Madden has   been   nwarded
'ho contrnot to erect two ooUukcs on
larbonate Street for Mrs. H. P.
toliinson.
The friends of Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur
Ihorwood will be grieved to learn
hat their little daughter, Evelyn.
tged two years and six months, died
last night at 11 o'clock. Due notice
if the funeral will given.
The Rocky Mountain RnngerB will
meet at the armory this eveniug nt
7:!)() sharp. Every member of the
company must be present. Lieutenant
lleer Iiub orderod the drill nud Bays no
excuses will be nocepted for absence.
The Nelson Rille Company has decided upon the make-up of its crew
for the local fours in tlie Dominion
Day races. The boat is as follows:
Beer, stroke; Mcllurdy, 3, Downey, 3 ;
Coxbead, bow; Baniiermnn, cox.
Tbe crew was out yesterday for their
first practice and promises to make a
good showing.
Phair: B. C. Webber, Toronto;
C. R. Mcl.achlan. Winnipeg; E. F.
Burns, A. (I. McHugh, Spokane; J.
Kent, R. Kent, Montreal; B. S. Jenkins, Winnipeg; J. Wilson, Vancouver; James V. Welch, Rossland; Mr.
and Mrs. Mahon, Greenwood; Thomas
Bennett, Henry Bennett, Mrs. Fen-
nell and family, Miss Walker, Miss
Workman, Salmo;   II.   B.   Williams,
i Granite Mills.
I The following donations were received at tbe (leneral Hospital during
I May: Dishes, Kirkpntrick Ss   Wilson;
jmilk. Ilnxlewood Dairy; jellies, cake,
I fish, Library Ball Committee; one
dozen pillow slips, Mrs. Hodge;
dressing gown, Mrs. Hodgins; trout,
Mrs. Beer; magazines, Mrs. Sctinlau,
Mesdames   Sims,  Campbell-Johnson,
Stocks aud Ward ;   flowers,   Mesdames
Graves, Stocks, Shaw, Parker, Dewar,
Barnfather,
The following are the rootcrR who
accompanied the Nelson Baseball
team to Spokane where the team will
play the strong nine of that place today and tomorrow: N. Mallette, II.
Ashcroft, S. P. L-orang, A. Painter.
W. Lilly, J. Lindbladd, M. Manly,
l'red Ewart, John McVeigh, Bert
Steeper, Joe Brighton, W. Donogh,
II. F. Lee, Oscar Stevens, Fred Brad-
Icy, Charles II. Ink, R. Hurry, Patsy
Gilchrist.
Kootenay Tent.No. T, of the Knights
of the Maccabees, will attend divine
sorvice tomorrow nfternoon nt !1:30
p. in. in the Opera House, Members
of the order arc requested to meet in
the Oddfellows' Hall at 3 p. m. sharp.
ViBiting brethren aro cordially invited
to attend ns this will be the first
church parade of the order iu Nelson.
The subject of Rev. Mr. Monroe's address will be " Maocsbeelsm and the
Brotherhood Idea." The offertory will
be devoted to tbe aid of tbe widows
and orphans of the members of tbe
i Canadian contingent,
A parly ot C, P. li. telegraph ofll-
cinls arrived in Nelson lust night on n
tour of inspection of the company's
lines. Tbey will spend today with the
local ollieials. The following gentlc-
iiii-n are in Ihe party: James Kent, of
Moid real, Manager of Telegraph; James
Wilson, Superintendent of the Pacific
Dmaion of tho System; I > s. Jenkins,
General Superintendent, Mr. It. Kent,a
sou of the (ienernl Manager, noconi-
pnnies tho pari y.
MagiBtrnto Cioose held a Small
Debts Court yesterday afternoon nt the
oourt house iu which the following
oases were disposed of: Brackman-Ker
Milliug Oo. vs. W. A. Oostollo, nettled
out of oourt; H. Kearney vs. Oostollo,
judgment for plaintiff for $8.oO and
costs; W. A. Cukler against D. S.
Cameron, judgment ngninst defendant
for 111.30 and oost; 0. W. WeBt & Co.
vs. Ollie Clark, judgment for plaintiff
for 87.Oil and emit ; II. B. Byera vs.
Ollie Clink wns adjourned for one
mouth.
A LIFE AND DEATH FIGHT.
Mr. W. A. Hines of Manchester, Iu.,
writiug of his nlniost miraculous
escape from death, says: "HxpOBOre
after measles iuduced serious lung
trouble, which ended in Consumption.
I hnd freipieut hemorrhages and
coughed night and duv. All inv doctors anid I must soon die. Then I be-
gan to use Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, which completely
cured me. I would not bo without it
even if it oost .;  a battle. Hundreds have used it on my recommendation and all say it unver failB tn cure
Throat, Chest and Lung troubles."
Regular siza fiOo and 81.00. Trial
bottles free nt Canada Drug and Book
Store.
The Burial tram up to the Wnllnce-
MillerCo., Limited store is workiug
nicely, bo is oar June discount sale.
It's prices that talk every time.
Spring chicken and nil the delinnoins
of the season served to you when you
visit Florence Park Hotel at Roberts'
Ranch, two aud a half miles up the
river.    W. M. Roberts, proprietor.
"BLUB RIBBON TEA IS DELIOIOUfT
eyes
cause
sickness
Because the eyes tire easily,
some folks say they are not well.
In most such cases there is eyestrain.
Neglected eyestrain is sure to
produce sickness.
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Have your eyes examined.
Know their exact condition from
an expert.
Consultation free.
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isHN <w NELSON DAILY MINER. SATURDAY, JUNE  23, iq&o.
TKLBELLI GONGEKT.
Mile Trebelli Who Sings Here ToNlgiit
is World Renowned.
The plan for the Trebelli concert
every inilieiition Ol a Rnoil demand for
tiokets to bear nn artiste who, the
world over, has never failed to please
opened yesterday, nud there is
her andienoes. Mile. Trebelli bus had
the honor of siiiKiuR at Queen Victoria's Blate concerts nt Biiiikiiigliiim
Pelade; she him huhr all over England,
Scotland and Ireland, in Hussia nud
Holland, G��pe Oolony, Natal, Orange
Froo State and the Transvaal, Australia,  New Zealand nnd Tasmania,
California and the States from end t"
end. Her vuioe is described as n
���aprano rich full nud brilliant in
quality, witb an extensive range of
over three outlives, reaching ]���' iu alt.
Mile. Trebelli can tell numerous
Interesting Btorles of her travels.
When in the Transvaal tbe directors
of the l>e Beers mines  tendered her a
congratulatory concert, und some of
the mining kings in Johannesburg
organized a Bpeclal farewell in her
honor, besides beBtOT*,ing upon lier
costly presents. Tomorrow evening
should be one of the features of the
present season. Although the great
"Lauifhiiig Song" is uot mentioned
on the programme yet it is almost
certain that this good nuturcd artiste
will sing it for Nelson before the
close of the concert.
Mr. Eugene Bernstein, the pianist,
who comes with Mile. Trebelli, enjoys a roputatlou which many would
envy.
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LOCAL  NEWS.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Lines West of Lake Superior.
"Imperial
Limited"
Service.
Departure   and    Arrival   Time   of
Trains  and  Steamers.
Depart from Arrive at
Nelson Nelson
Steamer    arrives   at  Nelson
from the east, Crow's  Nest
briuinh     and   intermediate
points 3. Ill)
i.In Train leaves Nelson fur Ross-
hind and intermediate
points, and via Kohson for
north. Kevelstoke,the main
line and Pacific coast points.
T. !I0 Train leaves Nelson for Sandon and intermediate points
and via Slooan Lake ronte
for north, Kevelstoke, tbe
main line and Pacilio ooast
points.
Train arrives at Nelson from
Kossland  and intermediate
points lo. 115
Steamer nrrives at Nelson
from Kaslo aud intermediate points 11.00
15.80 Trains leaves NbIbou for
Kosslaud, Greenwood and
intermediate points.
Hi. 00 Steamer leaves Nelson for
Kaslo and way poiuts.
Train arrives at Nelson from
Kossland and Greenwood
aud intermediate poiuts,
and irom Kevelstoke, the
main line, and Paoiflo coast
polntB 18.4D
Train ariives in Nelson from
bandon aud intermediate
points,and from Kevelstoke,
the main line and the Pacific ooast points 19.80
88,80 Stenmer leaves Nelson for
Crows Nest branch and all
points east.
W. F. ANDKKBON,
Trav. Pass. Aicenb
Noli.���
Saturday, June 23.
The World-Renowned
..TREBELLI..
WILL  GIVE  A
CONCERT
ASSISTKO   HY
The well-known Pianist.
The  following certilicates ol   work,
etc., wero recorded at the Mining Re-
oorder.officeyeiterday:   Pilot Knob,
Sphinx, Sundaysohi Keystone, Venus,
riilegetou. Independence, Muro, Flying Dutchman, Phoebus, Ernuk Lass-
ley; Smuggler, Percy Diekerson; Catherine, 11, B. Williams; Montague, Joseph 11. Ohipmau; Prince, Alleu Wbit
tie. Locutions; Dolly, about three
utiles north of Erie, by William Flanagan. Trausfers: From Alexander Guy-
ette to luliii Quinlau, a third iuterest
of Surprise, fur a numinul oonsidera
lion; fiom Clarence C. Luild to Jack
SbiitUewortb, a half interest in Key
Btiiiio, fur a nominal consideratinn
from Juhu i/oiiil.iii to Edward Duford,
entiic interest iu Surprise, for a nomi
nul consideration,
P. E. Wilson, who wns acting as attorney for the Crown iu the ease of Kx-
Ounstable liullicU, which was tried at
Fernie Wednesday and Thursday, arrived in the city early yesterday morning. Ilestal.es that there weto five
churges brought up against the prisoner, Ihe Hist being for theft uud the
others for collecting money from China*
men under false pretenses. The ca*e
was 1 ei-d before Justi e Ijiiug of Fernie
and he discharge 1 tlie lirst case
hoi litig that I'.ullick h:nl nut intended
to steal, ns be bad paid the $25 collected to the ollieials later.    In  this case
tlie Crown has hiid  new Information
and the case will be heard June 2. un
iler another Justice. In the other cases
it appears that liullick bad beeu nuti
Hud by Government Agent Armstrong
not tu collect the ground rent from the
Chinaman after October lust, but, contrary to orders, he did colli ct |60, all
of which after some time he paid tu
tbe Government,     After  bearing the
evidence for the Crown, the Magistrate
bound  liullick over in  two sureties of
|600 each io appear for trial at the next
court ui competent jurisdiction,
A practice game ot association fool-
ball waa beld lit the recreation grouuds
last evening. The Nelson team, whioh
csusisls of: Goal, Smith) backs, Fisher
and Dill; half-backs, Montgomery,
1 lodge nnd Burnt) forwards, Lang,
Duncan, .Stoddard, Hall nnd Ulauey,
played a team which consisted of tbe
following men: Goal, Monroe; backs,
Worth and Dynes; half-backs, Van-
stone, Morrison and Irwin; forwards,
Miinn. MeNieholl, Morrison and Kae.
Koferee. Liird. Although tbe hoys
have done but little work un tbe field
this year, they played n fast game last
evening, Tho old players played n
good individual game and the combination play of both lentils was much
better than it was the first few nights
The men who went un the Held this
year hnve also improved. During Ihe
lint half of the game both tennis put
up a Strong tight, but the latter part nf
the game went agaii st the .Nelson
team, nnd in order to make n strong
light when  they play the  Kaslo  team,
July 2, they will hnve lu do considerable practicing. Aunt! er predict'
KlUie Will   be played Moll,hi,    *-VL'lll��l_��
K J. COYLK,
A  G. P.  Akoi.ii.
V^norn-,'
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List is now open at Art
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Admission 75c and  $1.00.
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known as the St. Leon Mineral Springs
property consisting of nhont 475 acres
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Operating
KASLO A 8I.OCAN RAILWAY,
INTKKNATIONAL NAV. A TKAD. CO.
Schedule of Time.       Pacific Standard rime.
Klrcctivo Kobruary lut, 1000
KASLO A 8I/JCAN RY.
Passenger train for Sandon and war illations
leaven   Kaalo  at 8 a. in., dally.    Returning,
leavoH Handon at 1.16 p.m., arriving at Kaalo
at 8.66 p.m.
INTERNATIONAL NAV. A TRAD. CO,
Oporattngon Kootonay I.akeand River,
Btr. "International" leaven Kaalo for Nelson
at A a. in. dally exoopt Sunday. Returning,
leave* Nolson at MO p.m., calling at Balfour,
Pilot Bay, Alnaworth and all way point*. Connects with S, F, A N. train to and from Spokane at Five Mile Point,
LARDO-DUNl.AN   DIVISION.
Str. "Alberta" leave*, Kanlo for Lardo and
Arireota at 8:30 p m Wednesdays
Steamers call at principal landings In both
directions, and at other points when signalled
Tickets told to all points la Canada and the
Unl'od States.
To ascertain rates sad full Information ad-
Notice is hereby given that an extraordinary meeting of tho shareholders of the Oasoade Water Power Ss
Light Company, Limited, will be beld
at tbe offices of the London .V British
Columbia Goldfields, Limited, Baker
Street. City of Nelson, BritiHb
Columbia, on Wednesday the fith dny
of July at 8 o'clock iu the  afternoon.
The bnBinesB to be eutered upou at
tbe said meeting is ns follows:
(a) For tho purpose of considering
the giviug of a further mortgage of
��2,800, to be ohnrged upon all Ihe
assets and property, both real and personal of the company of whatsoovfr
nature or kind and upon ull tho income and also npon the undertaking
of the Company generally, and if de-
oided upon, to million.", tho execution
of the said moitgage to secure the said
sum of ��2,800, with interest at (i por
cent.
(b) To oousidor and nocept, should
it be so decided, the resignations of
tbe directors of the company.
(c) And, in the event of the acceptance of suoh resignations, to elect
direotors iu the place of such retiring.
Dnted at Nelson, B. C..this lllth day
of June, 11KI0.
H. ALERS HANKEY.
Seoretary.
ARTHUR GEE,
Merchant Tailor,
REMOVED  TO
Baker  Street,
Opposite the Queen's.
The Cottage Hospital, Nelson
A private Hospital, Medical, Surgical aud Obstetrical cases nursed in the
Houso. Private room |:.'t) and $10 n
week. Beds in ward fig a week.
Nnrses Bent ont to privnte honses nt $15
a week. Apply to The Misses Crick-
mav.
NELSON WINE CO.,
whoro you can donend on gelling tho boat
orands In tho market and any qimntlly from
10c up,   Prlcos cannot be disputed,
'PHONE n:i.
Frank A. Tamblyn, Mgr.,
Baker Strbbt. Nelson
GRUCIBLE CAST STEEL
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1 Plain Tales From tho Hills |
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2 Soldiers Three; Story of the. Gads- E
liy'n; In Muck ami White.
'3  Under the Deodars; The Phantom c
Kickshaw:  Wee wuiic Winkle, c
I Departmental Ditties; Ballads and
Barraok Unom r.ailads.
5   Life's Handicap: being  Stories ol
Mine Own People,
tl   The Naulahka.
7   Many Inventions.
S   The Light That Failed
II The Jungle Book.
10 The Seoond Jungle Hook.
11 The Seven Sens.
Vi  Oaptains Courageous.
18   The Day's Work.
14 From Sea to Sea: Vol, I.
15 From Sea to Sea: Vol. II.
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Please semi me the works of  Itudvnrd   Kipling (authorized edition), bound  in
cloth, Complete in  HI volumes, for which I  agree to  pay  you $1(1 00.    I  enclose $1.00
3   ns lirst payment, and will send you $1.50 per month hereafter until the full sum   ia paid.
The hooks tu remain your property until paid for in lull.
Tiik Daily Minkh, Nki.ron, B. O.:
Namk.
AnmiKss
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THE
DAILY
MINER,
NELSON,
B. C.
)"^H|HjWfHfHfM^
Great West
HONEY TO LOAN
At 8 Per Cent.
I
H.R. Cameron
Baker Street.
COAL!  COAL!
Great Reduction!
I__mm $9.65 Per Ton
OHOW. NK8T ggjg   pef   To_
CO All
DBLtV-RBD,
C.W.WEST&CO.
TKLKl'IIONK HH.
THE PAVILION
s   At 5-Mile Point
The best Summer Hotel on Kootenav
Lake. Always cool and shady, with
beautiful walks and spleudid scenery.
One nl the hest spots for fishing on the
lake.    First-class  table aud bur.    Best
nf attention.
R F. PKRKY. Msnager.
PYLE'S    PEARLINE
Large Size
15  CENTS
For Bale By
Western Mercantile Oo, Ltd
Two    first-class    HOTEL
SITES   near proposed
new railway station.
Business and Residential Lots
in all parts of the original Town site.
FRANK FLETCHER, P-L-S-
Land  AGENT.
Next Bank of Montreal.
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.
Spokane Falls A
COOL
FRESH
8T. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL
Nklson 11. (!.
A Hiiiinliiii: nnil Day Keliool conducted liy
tho Sinter* of _l. Josolili of l'onre. It, l�� minuted altl'e oorner of Mill und ,lo*|,plilno Hired*.
In one of Llio belt roHldcnliiil portion* of Nol-
���OO. nnd I* enslly nccewlhle from all part*
of the city. t     *
Tho coumo of Ktudy Include* the fuiidaiiion-
till and blgher bmnohes Of nthoromib KukIImIi
education. HiimIiiohh opune��� llookkcopliiK.
Hiniioiirapliy nnd Typewriting. Science OOqrW
-Huslo, Vocal and ItiHtnniionlal; lirawlim,
etc���1'lalii and Art Noodlowork; UaUnllMte
Kor l��rni�� an*! nartlrular* apply
Superior.
MEN   WANTED!
HXIO Men Wanted to Unload Onrran'a
Big Schooners
Beer or Half-nnd-Half only
10c
���AT THE���
CLUB HOTEL
Tho only ��ood Deer iu Nelson.
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 tlie week from $5 to $6,
By the day 81.no.
J, V, O'LAUGHLIN, Prop.
Northern RW.
NeL8pn_Jt_JFprl
Sheppard R'v.
Red Mountain R'v.
The only all rail route between
all points east, west and south 10
Rossland, Nelson and Intermediate
points; connecting at Spokane with
Great Northern, Northern Pacific,
and O. R. & N. Co.
Connects at Nelson \<ilh steamer
for Kaslo and all Kootenay lake
points. . .
Connects at  Meyer's   Falls Witn
stage daily for Republic,  and connects at BosBburg with stage daily
for Grand Forks and Greenwood.
Leave. ��ny Train. A*1"���'
10.8Ba.rn Spokane 7il0p.w.
19:06 p. fa HosslHlid  '��������� '�����  ���
9)80 a, Id Nelson 8:00 p.m.
Nijtkt Train.
9:45 p.rn Spokane 7.l��:iin:
ll:l)0p.ra Kossland 0:80 a.m.
H. A. JAOKSON.G. P. * T.A.
Spokane Wash
G. K. TACKABURY,
A��r��rjt. Nelson, H.C
SILVER KING M1KK
Will pay the hiRhest cash **&&$
kinds of seoon.l hand BOoda.    W��l   W
or sell  anything from  an anchor toa
needle.     Forniture,   stoves   enip r
eookiiiK ntensils, boogbt  In ����Sff'
qnautities.     Also  oast  off  clot in*
Oall and see ma or write.   AflflMei
Silver  Kin*   Mike,   Box  200.
Street, Nelson, B. O.

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