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Daily Edition   No   754
Nelson, British Columbia, Saturday, June i(>,  1900.
Tenth Year
THE NEW CABINET
Premier Dunsmuir Sworn In Yesterday.
Eberts Is Attorney-General- and
Turner Finance Minister. .
Other Cabinet Positions to Go to Mainland���Governor Gives No Intimation of Resigning./
(Sl'ICI IAI, TO TUB MIXKIt.)
Victoria, 11. C, June 15.���At lo'clock
this afternoou James Dunsiniiir was
sworn iu as Premier and President of
the Council; II. M. Eherls as Attorney
General, and ,1. H. Turner us Minister
of Finance.
The three other Cabinet positions
will go to the mainland. Likely men
for the places are J. II. Harden, Wells,
A. S. Smith and Pi cut ice. The general feeling is that Mr. Dunsmuir will
forqa a strong govei-nnionl. and meet,
the Honse on July 5 with a good work-
lug majority.
The Times tonight says: "We
have no doubt the Premier will be
aide to form a Qovernment and that
he will be supported by a working
majority, for neither the people nor
the representatives desire any more
election turmoil for a brief interval al
least.
The knowledge that a gentleman,
with the business reputation   of   Mr.
Dunsmuir, is to bo at the head of the
Government will do very much to
restore the oonfldonce of Uio business I
community niul mining and Investing
men at homo and abroad as to the
security   of  all   ventures   in our rich
Provinoe,
If he surrounds himself with moll
of the right calibre there is good
reason to believe thai our political
affairs will become settled and British Columbia generally will go speeding along the road to prosperity."
positions of Attorney (janeial- aud
Chief Commissioner of Public Works.
"The expectation, In fact the arrangement, Is that lui will eiillllou.
W. Pngsley to the bfticc of Attorney
(ienernl and promote Hon. C. II.
Labillicr, Commissioner of Agriculture to the position of Commerce of Public Works. Lablll-
ier's successor in the Agricultural Department will be Hon. L. P. Karris,
and liis salary will be increased to
that of the i\lini.s'.ct Public Works.
Karris and Pugsloy will have to ap;
Sal to the electorate and the.Opjios'
sition say both. \y.ilL be .Htrviiun.is.ly
opposed."
Ottawa, dune Iii.���In tho Senate today Mr. Mills toid Maokeqzje Howell
thnt he or uo other member of tbe
(Joverument hart received an application from Lieuteuant-Govornor Melnnes to resign his position as stated
hy\V. W.'B. ���-torches. ' Mr.'.Bowell
said that if such on application bad
been received and granted the Government would bo doing a popular act.
Toronto, Juno in.���Tho World's Ot.
tawa special says: "A rumor is alloat
tonight that tho Government has decided to hold another session before
appealing to the people.
Ths reasons given for this nro as follows: The last month has been a trying one for tho Government by reason
of the charges brought against it.
The Canadian contingents will not
get homo as soon as expected.
The trouble iu British Columbia is
not to Sir Wilfrid's lilting, and this
session has been so long that the members havo squandered all their indemnity ami mileage.
It is takon that Senntor nundnrand's
proposed trip nl.roud for six   n ths is
Higuilicant that his aid will not ho
required until after that time has expired to get the Quebec Liberals  Into
liue for an olecliou.
However this may be the World was
Informed tonight hy a prominent
Literal that tho elections will be beld
not later than October."
Winnipeg, June 18,���A delegation
of  druggists   today   waited   upon the
law   amendments committee  of  the
Legislature to ,-protest, against .the
license of $.10 under the new Prohibition Bill, claiming thSt there was
not ��nU worth of liquor sold as medicine in the .whole, oity during-the year
and thill no reputable druggist eared
for the responsibility of being made a
dispenser of whiskey. The committee
promised"!!! consider the matter.
Tin' .Ticklings Block ami Mcllinuis
stable ut J '.-1111111111 was hurucd today.
Loss83,000. ,-���''
Toronto, Juno lfi.���A Globe cable
announces that Mr. Tarle' will probably sail for Canada nt the end of
Juuo. He is much improved in health.
fact that tho Boers whom General
Methuou was reported to have recently
routed, have sufllniontly recuporated to
attack a rnilwny construction train,
London. June I.",.���The Wnr Olllee
has received the following despatch
from Lord Roberts:
"Pretoria, June 15,���As I telegraphed you from one of our outposts, fifteen miles east of Pretorin.
the Boers evacuated their position
during the night of June ll.'th. They
had paid so much attention to
strengthening their Hanks that their
centre was weakly held, and as soon
as this became evident, on June VI, 1
directed Ian Hamilton to attack. lie
moved against Diamond Hill with
the Sussex, Derbyshire and City Imperial Volunteers, supported on the
left by the Guards Brigade under
Anigo Jones.
"It was grand, seeing the wny our
men advanced over the difficult
ground and under a heavy tire. The
casualties, I am thankful to say were
less than 10, a very small number
considering the natural strength of
the position which bad to be curried.
"Our seizure of Diamoud Hill caused
the Boers to feel tbey were piactically
snrrouuded, nnd this resulted in their
hasty retirement. They wero beiug
followed yesterday by some of our
mounted corps. Hnmillon spoke iu
high terms of the troops engaged.
"Hamilton received Bcontusion fioni
a shrapnel bullet in the shoulder, but
is not, I am happy to sny, unable to
perform his duties."
The rest of Lord Roberts' despa telle
deals with the casualties nnd General
Badeu-Po well's movement ia the
Western Transvaal, where, with S0(l
men, he is systematically re-establishing the army aud collecting arms und
supplies. About 00(1 Hoers hnve surrendered nnd Bndeu-Powell has captured 2.'t() prisoners. Accordiug to linden-Powell's report tbe Boers will rend
ily discuss terms of surrender, and tbey
all appreciate the work of puciliealion
performed by his troops.
London, June 15.���A despatch from
Kimberly reports tbe capture of the
well-known pugilist, Jim Holloway,
who was an adjutant in the Boer army
and blew up the bridge nt Fourteen
Streams. Holloway was amongst a
liody of Federals captured in the western part of the Transvaal.
London, June 1(1,���Tbe Lorefito Marquez corespondent of The Times says:
"It appears that Steyn and uot Kruger
is now the stumbling block iu tbe way
of the surrender of the Burghers.
Nothing further is known regarding
the rumored peace negotiations, but it
is n matter of notoriety that Mr. Kruger favors pence on almost auy terms,
but dislikes personally to take any initiative that would involve unconditional surrender.''
KLERKSDORP SURRENDERS.
Montreal, June 15.���A special despatch from St. John, N. B��� says:
"The Globe, Liberal, bus the following this evening I ' Premier Emerson
will iu a Tew duys be given aseatiou the
New Brunswick Supreme Court bench.
now vacant by the resignation of Judge
Van Wart, nnd Hou. A. S. While. Attorney General in'dhc Kincrson Cabinet,
will resign to undertake the eodilicntinn
of the New Brunswick statutes.'
"It will be but natural for the Governor to call <>u Ho.it, I- K, Twoedie,
now Pioviiiulnl Secretary, to undertake
the duties of Premier. T��eidie. it is
generally lelievul, will cm time to act
M Provincial Secielary. He will have,
iu consequence of the foregoing re.
Hrenients.to make appointments to the
Capitulated   June   9th���Baden-Powell
Made Lieutenant Generul.
(si-ioi i,\i.s to tlire mim:u.)
London, June, 15.���The Wrr Olllee
has issued the following despatch from
Lord Koburts:    - "   	
"Pretoria-Residency, June 14, 10:40
n, in.    Klerksdorp surrendered on June
II to an armed party sent on by Hunter.
"Kitchener reports  that   the Boers
checked n reconstruction train only this
morning, a few miles north of the Hhe
nosier River, He sent out mounted
troops and drove oil' the enemy before
they could do nny damage, One mull
wns killed and eleven Wounded, including two olllcers.
"A messenger from Klerksdorp reports that Cronje, who coniiiiaiided
there, determined to surrender as soon
as he knew for Certain that Pretoria
was in our ���possession. His example
bus beeu copied by ninny in the neighborhood.
London, June IS, ���By the peaceful
occupation ol Keerksilorp, announced
by Unbelts, the British have gained n
Htrategio position of some Importance,
as the tow;i is not only-the terminus
of another railway" id Johannesburg,
hut it is within-'easy reach of the
Kroonstadt Viorfontiin Bailroad. The
Oronje who surienrterert tho town is a
son of the famous General Oronje,now
a prisoner at St. Helena. The former
was prominent during the siego of
Mafeking.
Apart from tha fact that Robert*'
despatch comes direct from Pretoria,
���bowing the telegraph Une Is reopened,
the only other point of interest is tbe
Loudou, May Hi���Major General Baden-Powell him bepn appointed to the
temporary rank of Lieutenant (leneral.
NEW COMPANY FLOATED.
Le Roi Mining Company No. 2. Limited, Successfully Floated in London.
Kosslund, June 15.���Another Kossland mining company bus been sua-
cessfully flouted on the London markot
by the B. A. 0., namely tho Lo Koi
Mining Company No. 2, Limited, with
a capital of ��000,000,
The prospectus was published in
London on Monday. The object of the
company is to acquiro and work the
Josio, Poorman, Annie Fraction,
Hockinglinm and No. 1, embracing an
area of 12 acres on Red mountain. The
No. 1 is considered to bo one of the
best mines iu the camp ns ils development has disclosed raoru large ore
shoots and the Josio also has an excellent showing.
George Purgnld of this oity, received
a cuble from London today in response
to an order for some slock, stating
that it had all been nllotted and that
i'fi shares hart already gono up to a
premium of 111 shillings.
AMERICAN ARTISTS
Make a Good Record at the Paris Exposition.
Paris, June 16".���American painters
have received more awards in gold medals at the Parle Exposition of 1900 than
competitors of nny other nation sine
France, receiving   seven, against  four
obtained at the exposition of issn.   At
that time all these who receivnl medals
lived iu Paris. This year five of the
paintings are the work of artists living
iu the United Mtates.
BORDEN
House   Discusses   Charges
Against Minister of
Militia.
Emergency Rations for Gan
adian Troops Cause
Of Debate.
Premier Requested to Immediately Recall Mr.
Tarte.
(SPKICIA_8 TO TUB JI1NRR.)
Ottawa, Ont., June 16.���When the
Hcu.se met today Mr, Foster ca'lcd attention to an article in tlie St. James
Gazette, referring to i nine of Mr.
Tart's speeches, and stating that Premier Laurier would do right iu recalling his colleague. The Premier said
that he hnd a letter from Mi. Tarle
complaining tbat he was misrepresented in the press and that what he had
said was uot accurately or correctly
translated. The House should llieie-
fore wait until iho full text of what the
Miuistor hnd said wns received.
Iu answer to Col. Piior, the Premier
said that he had not had any
Correspondence about Lieutenant-
Governor Melnnes wanting to resign
the Governorship of British Columbia-
Then in rising to rerly to Mr.
Monk's oharges, put respecting the
emergency food supplies to the soldiers
in South Africa, he said that ha was
exceedingly sorry that owing to serious
illness in his family the Minister of
Militia was uot able to be iu the House
today to make his statement, and that
ho (Laurier) did not propose to lay the
debate over. They could go on and
deal with it, allowing the Minister to
bo heard afterwards.
The Premier proceeding, said that
thero was no charge of frand in the resolution yet and he did uot propose to
refuse a committee. The only paragraph to which he took exception was
paragraph 10, which pronounced the
Minister of Militia guilty of "groBS
and culpable negligence'' before the
evidence wus beard.
He did uot think flint a verdict
should he pronounced in advance, The
other eighteen ohsrgos found would be
accepted as they stood, nnd if the evidence adduced showed that Dr. Borden wns guilty of gross negligence,
then Ihe committee could so report and
the House could so determine. He
therefore moved that paragraph 19 be
struck out.
The member for Pork (Foster)
argued thnt the Minister was guilty
of gross negligence uud therefore insisted on its remaining lu the resolution, lie culled the Government u
devil-may-care administration and
then spoke of the troops being supplied with spurious food in that long
march.
Mr, Monk could nol agree to the
clause being struck out. Mr. Davis
said that if a stranger had been in
the galleries nnd heard tho speeches of
Messrs. Foster iiii< 1 Monk, he would
have thought nn investigation li.-ul
been refused by the Government. On
tho contrary u full investigation was
desired. The member for York hud
bis speech prepared for a refusal nmi
could not resist delivering it. The
charges were ull to be referred ns
frntneii. not a word was to be ehnnged.
Mr, McNeill moved an amendment to
the effect thnt clause 19 bo changed so
as to make it reud without any refer-
ence to its being based ou the preceding paragraphs, bat still leaving it ns
proven that L>r. Borden was guilty of
eiilpnble and gross negligence.
Premier Lauiier showed  that  peril
graph 10 did not   affect the invest iga
lion nf all and ��ji�� nctiiidly put there to
condemn tlm Minister in advance, after
the charges hnd I ecu arranged, He
showed that .Mr. Monk had given out,
beforehand Hint there were eighteen
clauses in his resolution. The Premier
quoted all the charges that hud been
ni.i.l,- since the days of the Pacific
scandal nud Nuid.tkalnosuch clause was
evor  inserted   In any of  them.     Ho
cou'd not accept it.
MENACING
Mont rent, June 1.",.���The Slur's
London correspondent cables that The
St. James Gazottc, tbe Ministerial
journal, attacks Hon, Mr, Tarte
tonight for his recent utterances,
which, ii nllcges, are unbecoming to
a Minister of n BrltiBb Colony. For
instance, his prophet* that tbe French
element will some day form a majority ,$h Canada] his assertion thai the
French Trl-Color now Hunts over
three million Frenchmen  In Canada
and his appeal to France to never lose
sight of French Canada,
English journals generally have
passed such speeches by as regrettable
outbursts of the Gallic temperament,
but The St. James Gazette Urges Sir
Wilfred Laurier to recall Mr. Tarte
to Ottawa where his speeches give less
offence and fewer misconceptions
than in Paris.
The Wnr Office hns issued the following list of casualties: Missing
at Kroonstadt, June .",. Pies. F. Parry
and J. F. Dooland of the Canadian
Mounted Infantry. (Ijoto) Pte. Perry
was an Englishman ;im\ belonged to
the Northwest Mounted Police: Pie.
Dooland enlisted at Edmonton, X.
W. T.
Montroal, Juno Hi.���Toronto and
Mdutreal mining schemes received a
blaok eye ill tho slump iu Virrne today
from which it will take a long while
to recover.
If there was one company on tho
Stock and Mining Exchange in which
Montrenlprs had conlidouco it was the
Virtus, for the promoters aud directors
were of the highest linnncial standing.
The President was A. F. Gnult.
Among the directors were G.F. Smith,
President of tho Hoard of Trade,
ltudolph Forget, George Smithers und
A.    F.   Wilson,   all   brokers   of   high
standing,
The public bought the slock eagerly
and during a visit of C. IS. Gnult to
the mine a few months ago the stock
advanced from io cents to |1.S6 owing
to reports of tho extraordinary riobnees
of the property.
It is fair to stnto 0. B. Gault repudiated all responsibility for these
reports,    but,   they wele   cirouluted by
some,nn, connected with the oompany,
and up tho stock went. Latterly some
uneasiness was felt and gradually the
stock full back, although ceitain
directors assured the public the mine
was all right.
During tlie pnst week theie wus a
v/iislmp nnd naturally the result was
eagerly looked for. Tlm result is not
yet known, but it is reported to be
disappointing.
The stock dropped :;;] bents during
the day, and closed at ill cents on
heavy sales.
Some directors, without entering into particulars, persist that Ihe mine is
all right.
Montreal, June IB.���A Vila Ilournssu
was found guilty today of the murder
of his wife Inst April and sciileneed lo
he hanged on August 21th. The jury
accompanied their verdict with a i-ecum-
ineudatiou to mercy.
Bourassa choked bis wife to death
and the murder was not discovered until he told his sister-in-law, living next
door, thnt his wife was dead. The sis
tor-ili-law investigated und found the
body on Ihe bed with ciiiiiIIck burning
and brunches of palm trees surrounding
it.
Bourassa had bcOn drinking and the
evidence shov-id Hint while under Hie
influence ot liquor he huh  half   insiine
Clifford, June |r,.��� Dunce's saw and
planing mill here wus destroyed hv Ate
lust night. Tlm loss reached 18,000,
The Clifford hotel was nlso badly
damaged, The oanae le not known.
Ottawa, June 16.���Joseph Hoy. n
live year nM foil of Joseph Hoy of
Hintoiiburg. was instantly killed tn
day nl the Oedar Street bridge hy one
of the new Ibitiiinnin cars. The lid'���
neck wiih broken, his body crushed niul
his legs smashed.
Preparations ire being made here for
a monster celebration on the IStb of
July.
K. S. Skead and II. S. Conn of this
city have received an order (or 1000
horses for the Imperial Army.
Kingston, June 16. The Bynod ol
Ontario, called for June 20 to elect a
Coadjutor Bishop, which oflioe Dean
Williams of Quebec dcolined to accept.
ImH been postponed, probably until
September, ii   Bishop   not In ing nvuil-
uble In ihe Elcclesiastlaal Province to
preside, it is understood that seven
other names will be represented at the
next conference,
iVeiled. Warfare Now Exists
In China   Situation
Graver.
100.000 Chinese With Modern Guns Defend Walls
Of Pekin.
Legations Isolated   Howling
Mobs Clamor for Deatli
Of Ministers.
iliv AssoiiATr.il PRBSI.)
London, June In. This is the situation   in  China   ns   it   appears   lo  the
Shanghai correspondent of the Aaso-
elated Press, cabling last evening:
" It is really a State Of veiled warfare.
The members of Ihe legations in Pekin
are virtually prisoners niul Ihe Chinese
troops are oidy restrained from attaok,
ing them by fear of the legation guuuls.
"Meanwhile tho Ministers are altogether unable I i communicate with
the olllcers commanding Ihe relief column, which is making on enforced and
Isolated halt between Tien Tsin und Pekin. The walls of Ihe Oapital are guarded   by    UHl.tMMI    Imperial   troops.    The
gates are heavily defended with modern guns.
"(ienernl Tung, nnd t orders from
tho Empress Dowager, says that no
more foreign troops shall outer tbe
sacred oily.
"On Monday the Ministers sent a
demand to the Ttnng Ti Ysmeu that
tho gates be opened, declaring thnt
otherwise the foreign troops would
enter forcibly. To this no reply wus
given. A second message went unanswered or hud not beeu niiswererl
when the latest news lelt Pekin. Sir
Claude MacDouald's latest message
says that ths legations aro capable of
snataining an effeotive defense unless
attacked in force."
Itussin,   Huh   correspondent   assctls.
notwithstanding assurance lo the oou-
tiury. sides with China. Some foreign
troops are already reported to he in tbe
environs of Pekin. and the altitude of
the Chinese hoops is Increasingly men-
neiiig.
"The streets ol Pekin," continues
the correspondent, "are reported lobe
seething Willi mill -foreign mobs, clamming for the destruction of the legations
and Ihe dentil of Ihe  foreign  Ministers.
" Even were theTsung Ti .amen disposed io restrain the violence of the n
aotionaries, it is considered highly Improbable thst they will Ih-  able to hold
them in check.    For the foreign   .Minis-
ters the orisis will arise when the relief
column mini's in.
" It is still fell here thill   the  foreign
foroe Is wholly Inadequate to cope with
the Chinese troops, massed ontslds of
ihe Imperial gates, which now Isolnde
ihe   imperial   troops from   Bban llm
Kwnn.
"A disquieting element iu the sit on
tion is Ihe fuel I hnt   although Ihe Huh
ilan-Cbinesetelegraph line from Pekin,
Mu Kiakhln | Bastern Siberia), is working again, the transmission of English
messages is rigidly refused, In Tien
Tsin It in reported  thnt  ihe  foreign
fun es in Hie harbor will attack Ihe
Takll foils and if necessary lioiiihnii!
I hem."
London, June lti The si.Petersburg
correspondent ol The Times,telegraphing Thursday, says:
"In competent politicnl  circles there
is no wish or I une of any titration to
act in China oilier I ban with Ihe grent
er  Powers.    At   the  pnrae  liuie, whili
there is no desire to establish tbe Burn
penu  concert, Kussm, like  fhe United
Slnles,  re.erves   In  herself   imlcprnd
i nee of nelioll .''
London, June IS,     :: 'ii   u.    iii.     Ih,
British   iioveriiincnt    is  considering
whether  ii   substantial   force   should
not   be  sent   lo   China   ( I   Mouth
Africa.
li i- thought unofficially thai Lord
Roberts could sp.-u-e ii brigade or two,
and the necessary transports are now
In South   African   wilier*.    Tile   com
mander of the expedition, it  is said,
would probably be Sir Win. Nicholson.
The   I long  Kong  correspondent of
The Times, under yesterday's dale,
says:    "The   Southern   Provinces    of
China me still unlet,   although there
wus a slight disturbance recently
against the Cathollos in the village of
To! I.ek near the Path Shan. Then;
are some misgivings at the idea that
the military authorities' are ubout to
cause a further depletion of  the   Hong
Kong garrison,
Hong Kong. June 15.���Tbe departure
for Taku of the transport Hiugsaug bus
heen delayed owing to the time taken in
ttiug her up. lint she embarked this
inoruing with the Kong Kong regiment,
iho remaining nxi of which will embark
on the cruiBer Terrible tomorrow.
lien   Tsin.   June   15.���The   mixed  ,
forces, it   is   reported,   will   attempt
to seize the Taku fori tonight,     Uen-
rul NIeh is ring 8,500   (roops from
Lu Tttl lo Chun Lia Cheng. (leueral
Tung's Shanghai troops are moving to
Pekin,
ASCOT WEEK.
.___���
Seventeen  Out ol Twenty-eight Wins
To Credit of Aunt icon Jockeys.
London,   Juuo   16.���.Ascot  Week's
racing closed today with 17 wins out of
IM races, including such trophies as tbe
lloyul Hunt Cup end  the   Ascot gold
up, for the two Keilft, Sloan, Martin
and Higby. Tbey are the talk of tho
Knglish racing world and the supremacy
of American methods seems finally aud
iufloitely established. These Americans can make their own terms with
English owners next year. Of them
all. I.'t-year-old Johnny Keiff excited the
greatest interest The little jockey, sl-
reuily earning I8B.CQ0 annually, hod
offers next year from nearly every
prominent Knglisb owner. "I am
looking foi ward tea winter in Fiance."
said Ihe /ouiig Jockey, "where my
brothel and 1 expect to continue our
schooling. I woo on ICoyal Flush because he is n splendid horse.''
WINNIPEG   CKEW.
Winnipeg Picks a Fast crew of Youngsters for Nelson.
Winnipeg. June  U,���The Winnipeg
Crew (o lake part in tbe waler   festival nt   Nelson   is  iposed   of ��.  II.
Bole, How; B, W, Bomber, No. li H.
s. Hayes, No, J| C, 8, Riley, stroke.
This is a young crew ami is considered
I lie fastest ou the river.
CARNIVAL  NEWS.
Tho   Trade's   Procession   will    Have
Many Attractive Floats In Line.
Th nnuiUee   in   charge    of   tho.
trade's procession,   fm ihe Dominion
liny Carnival,  have now   seen   nearly
ull the people who   are   probable   exhibitors iu that line ami   rellort   most
ueouragiiig   results.     The   wholesalo
bouses havealislgnided their intention
of puttingont Moats und have already
began preparations fur the same. The
retailers have also promised to have
Boats in line and will Im sure to
put ,,nt designs that will In- a credit
in Hi, in
In Lallnii has coils, nte,I to assume
charge of ths children's float and win
see    Hull    Ihe    Nelson     Youngsters   are
properly  taken  cure ,,r.    it win be
good llcwsto the elder, to   know   that
ihe Doctor has thrown In his lot with
lln  children for they CU   rest  assured
thai lln- Boat "ill equal auy lu thu
tins
As the bib..i organisations have
also decided to have appropriate flouts
in ih,- proeeasion ths snaambls win be
  >  attractive,     Prom these   union
tlons it muy be counted ii|hiii thut tbe
trade s procession will eclipse anything of its kind ever Keen  here.
The following rules, which are to govern the tennis to lake part io the hose.
an,I reel contest nt the Nelson   Carnival
celebration, huve been adopted.
Wet Test
1. Ilislniico 100 yards to hydrant.
2. Break coupling at fifth length.
carryings, veil lengths of hose, attach
nozzle and Ihrow water.
II. Kind biuI hose I,, be provided by
the Nelson Fire Department, or any
competing team will bt allowed bi nae
its own boas, provided it is agreeable to
the judged.
4. Trams lo consist of not more than
18 men, including captain.
It.     TramS  to |be   Htm led   by    pistol
���hot,
(I. The hydrant coupling the fifth
length coupling, uud tbe noszle coupling shall huve three full threads.
7. Time keepers lo be appoiuted by
each team and one by the committee
H Hub sud hub race lobe IH) yards,
Parrying Bw lengths of boee, and rrelf
lo be ot same weight.
I
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I NELSON DAILY MINER, SATTRDAY, JUNE 16, 1900
INelson Daily Miner
Published Daily except Monday.;,
Nki-son Miner Printing A PnnnaniNO
I> I. BEATON. Editor and Manager.
Subscription Ratkb,
Dally per month by can tor I
00
per halt year.
perywr	
par yoar by mall.
per rear foreign..
e:
Nklson Weekly Miner.
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300
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Weekly, per half yoar	
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nelson. b. o.
Telephone   No.  144.
London I Kngleni'l Office, UO Fleet Slreet, F..C
Central Prow Agenoy, Limited, Spoolal Agonl 1
THE NEW CABINIiT.
New Goods!
Just   received   from   the
manufacturers.
The very latest ideas in���
PUrses
Card Cases
Shopping
pags
pelisj Elc.
It is very likely that Mr. Martin
did not tender any advice to the
Lieutenant-Govornor, in regard to
his successor in the Premiership,
for to do so under the circumstances
would have smacked very strongly
of presumption. It is more likely
that in some mysterious fashion it
was conveyed to His Honor that
for the purposes of a new
Government the Opposition would
be satisfied with Mr. Dunsmuir as leader; and as the
Lieutenant-Governor has probably
come to the conclusion that he has
incurred enough of the public opprobrium by wantonly Hying in its
face, he resolved to summon that
gentleman to undertake the formation of the new Cabinet.
Mr. Dunsmuir is losing no time
in applying himself to the task, and
is, besides, making excellent progress. Yesterday afternoon he had
himself sworn in as President of
the Council, Mr. Turner as Minister
of Finance, and Mr. Ebcrts as
Attorney-General. A Commissioner
of Lands and Works, a Minister of
Mines, and a Provincial .Secretary
are still necessary to complete
the Cabinet. So far as the
work has progressed, the new Government will be the Turner administration ol other days with slight
outward changes, but retaining
the spirit and principle of it. That
is as it should be. That is precisely what the majority of the electors
demanded through their ballots last
Saturday. Carried out as begun,
it will be a Government that promises, to use the language of our correspondent two days ago, " the restoration of peace and haimony, ihe
enforcement of law, the protection
of property interests, the encouragement of industry and enterprises,
and the discouragement of chimerical schemes and of rash and reckless interference with private business."
In Nelson there is a great deal of
.speculation as to the object ol Mr.
Houston's hurried flitting to the
Coast. It is suggested that he is
seeking the tender of a portfolio.
The Miner has not so poor an opinion of Mr. Houston's manliness and
independence as to suppose that he
would have any desire to push himself into the company of Ihe Turner-
ites, and it is utterly unable to conceive the possibility of his being admitted to such company, however
Importunate might be the supplication.
The mountain h:is labored, anil
the motive, indeed, is a little one.
The Province has waited for the
long promised restriction of Oriental
immigration, and Sir Wilfrid Laurier offers it an increase of the poll
tax to $100 on Chinese alone. Sir
Henri Joly is succeeding well in
keeping faith with his friend Li
Hung Chang.
CANADA DRUG &
BOOK CO.
NELSON WINE CO.,
whero you eun depend on Retting tho beBt
brands In the market and any quantity from
10c. up,   Prices cannot bo disputed,
I'HOM   n.-i.
Frank A. Tamblyn,  Mgr.,
Raker Street, Nelson
I���-. < . I.Ill I > F. 8. < l.lilll \ IS
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil   Engineers   and Provincial
Land Surveyors.
P.O. Roy 115 NolKon.RO
RECORD   PRICES.
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Saturday Bargains will be Record Breakers.    The newest and most
up-to-date goods will   be sold at prices of  surprising littleness.     Be   on
hand early.
Here is one in Blouses:
$1.00 Shirt Waists, dark patterns, fast colors;
Saturday Bargain 50c
A Tailor-Made Suit Snap:
Made of Homespun Cloth in grey and fawn;
Regular $16.50; now half price, $8.25
Another good one:
Black Parasols, nobby handles and good tops;
Regular $1.25; yours for 60c
Two Specials in Handkerchiefs:
White Hemstitched Handkerchiefs;
Regular ioc; Saturday 6 for 25c
White Embroidered Handkerchiefs;
Regular 15c; Saturday ioc
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Martin O'Reilly # Co.
HOW TO KEEP COOL
Charles St. Barbe
Stock and Share
Broker
General  Agent.
CRUCIBLE CAST STEEL
WIRE ROPE
7-8 inch ilium, $18.BO per 100 feet, For
immediate delivery in Nelsou
apply. >
J. 0. T. CROFTS,
P. O. Box 676. Nolson, B. C.
Two    firsl-class    HOTEL
SITES   near proposed
new railway Station���
Business and Residential Lots
in all parts of the original Townsite.
FRANK FLETCHER. P-L-S-
Land Aoent.
Brit Bauk pf Montreal.
Certificate'of Improyemrnts.
Notioe���Venango nmi Shonanpo Mineral claim, lltnate in the Nelson Mill-
\ng DiviKion of Wost Kootenay District. Where located���On wost side of
NhkIo Oreetc.abont 2,1)00 feet southwost
of Ponrinuu quartz null.
Tuko notice that I, Chas. Moore, of
Kaslo, B. O.i acting ns rtRpnt for Thos.
R. French V. M. C. No. 11.305B and
Inane Brickeon, Free Miner's Certiti-
onto No. 11,804 13. intend, sixty days
from the >lnto hereof, to apply to the
Miuiiip Recorder for 11 Oertifioate of
Improvements foi the purpoao of oV>-
tnining a Crown Grant ol the above
oluint.
Anil further tnke notice that notion,
iiiul.ir notion HT, rutist be commenced
before the issuance of Mich Certificate
of Improvement!.
Dntod this Nth dny of   April, 11)00.
CHAS. MOORE, V. h. 8.
MISCELLANEOUS
Advertisement* Innertod under thin head ot
Uio rnto of ono cent n word nor liiKortion. No
advertisement token for Ionh than 25 conU.
WANTED.���Yonng   man   on   outside,
none   hut  a   hustler   need     apply.
Stamp l'hoto Oo.
WANIKO���Position hy   yovmK   Indy,
with I yents experience ns HtenoKnip-
her  and   typewriter.      Address Steno-
giapber, Drawer E, Nelson.
KOR BALE,���A new   (Iroomed   house
in city limits, lmth room, wnter nnd
nil convenience!.    Cheep.     Will  bo
satisfied with 11 payment down of S'.'do
or *!IIH>. Hulanee on easy terms. Apply
II, Miner Otlloc.
WANTED.��� Six K"<"1 press brick   men
Wanted    at    once    Hnsslnnd     Court
House.      WagM 16.80 pet day,     .lames
I.IIWII.
POB BALE- bits 2 nud 8, lilnck is,
on Victoria Slreet. Also handsome
piano Apply leoond boUM from corner of llellilljx Sheets.
WANTED.���A lirstclnss   ttenernl   servant.   Mrs. Taylor,  corner Ward mid
Oarbonate.
A I,I, KINDS   Of   plain    Miring   done.
Illoilses nud children's clothes it specialty. Mis, llngi'ii, Opposite Oporn
House.
MEN JrVANTED.
Wanted.��� limn 1 rock meu and ironeral
hands for work on White Pass &
Ynkon Railway. Wn��ps 18,80 per day.
Board II per dny. Work every dny.
Pav monthly in ensh. Euro from Van-
eonvei tw with H rebate after working lln dayi, Apply to M. .1. limey,
oontrootor, 80, inni ol Court or A, 0,
EtOMi 188 Ootdora Hlrcot, Vancouver
or on the work.
The Cottage Hospital, Nolson
A private Hospital, Medical, Surgical and Obstetrical OflSefl nursed in tho
Honse. Private room 120 nnd 115 n
week. Heds in wuril ill! 11 week.
Nnrses sent nut to pilvnte honse. nt tlfi
a week, Apply to Thu Misses Crick-
may.
������������������������
Purchase a
Leonard Refrigerator
Peerless   Ice   Cream
Freezer.
���������������������������
Vancouver Hardware Co., Ltd.
Mara Block, Nelson.
and a
We have them.
TADDY & CO,
ESTABLISHED 150 YEARS
London, Eng.
r K.tliV_I fcirv Navy Cut Tobaccos.
ORdI I       Brand and
AscntS fob Canada i JAMES TURNER A CO.. HAMILTON. Ont.
HAMMOCKS
PRICES $1.25 TO $4.00.
CALL  AND  SEE  THEM.
Lawrence Hardware 60.
Nelson,   B. C.
Our   Clearance Sale of
DRY  GOODS
A 1
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Is still  on and will  be continued until nil  is sold.
Dnalgnment of Linen ('rash and White Duck Skirts, delayed iu
transit, just  opened up, and  we oiler them
at  these low prices;
Regular 81.25 Linen Skirts at 8 ,78
Regular   8.00 Linen Skirts at  l.r.O
Regular   :i.r.O Crash skirts at  1,78
Regular   1,80 White   Duck Skirts at   1.15
Regular   2.(IO White   Duck Shirts at         1.50
A. FERLAND & CO.
d&tovxj 4iu*_s brtjjs CtHtfrtf- ims
The Nelson Electric Tram way Co.Ltd
LOTS FOR SALE^N EASY TERMS
Large number Choice Building Lots adjacent to the
line of their Tramway. For price and terms of sale apply
at the office of the Company, Macdonald Block, Corner of
Josephine and Vernon Streets.
T. C. DUNCAN Secretary
THE RED FRONT fiROCERY
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GREENS, GREENS, GREENS
Fresh shipment of i
STRAWBERRIES
LETTUCE
ASPARAGUS
SPINACH
RADISHES
Morrison & Caldwell
The Red Front Telephone 134.
xxsoooo����;oqooc<:
HUDSON'S BAY
COMPANY.
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WE   HAVE   SOLD   75%   OF   ALL  THE
PORTLAND CEMENT,
FIRE BRICK, FIRE CLAY,
and SEWER PIPE
Used in the Kootenay.
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JUST REOEIVED-OARLOAD
Dominion Ale and Porter
(in pints aud quarte)
Dominion White Label Ale
' (pints and quarts)
Ibis is the finest Ale brewed in Canada. I
Dominion Bulk Ale
(In IS gallon kegs)
Teacher's Scotch 'Whisky
18  STILL  THE  BEBT.
H. J. EVANS & CO.
NELSON.  B.O.
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We can suit you with
what you require in
Boots,
Shoes, or
Rubbers.
We carry full lines
from infants'to men's,
built by the best
makers on the continent, and guarantee
price and quality to
be satisfactory.
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
HEAD OPF1CE NELSON, U. C.
Branch Markets in Kossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slooan City.
Orders by mall to any branch will hsrs esrefal sad
sties Mon.
We are now doing business in
OUR   NEW   STANDI
(THE   OLD   BURNS   8HOP)
:
Next to Nelson  Hotel, where we hope to see all our
OLD customers and many  NEW ones.
Give  us  a call.
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KIRKPATRICK   A   WILSON
Telephone 10 p. o. Box K. and W.  %
ss����s��s��ss*ss������s*��sse����s������ss��������o��s��������s*��***����*��*s
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
ALL   KINDS OF
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Fish and Poultry in Season
E.   G.   TRAVES.   Manager'.
Bakbr Street, Nelson.
Orders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
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.
FOR    SALE.
St. LeonMifiera 1 Sprl tigs
Property.
The property on Upper Arrow Lake
known an the 8t. Leon Mineral HpriiiKi
property confuting of about 47S aoro��
ol laud with bot.1 bvildiuRR and thIh
abln Mineral Spring!, and s law traot
of Handing tiinlwr,;may be pnrohaoed
on reasonable t.rma. Abiolnte title
and pnmeuion oan be Riven at once.
Foil particular, will be mailed on ap-
pliuation to
OBO. S. M-0A8TBR.
VtWtor'p Solicitor, KSTflltoks,
HUDSON'S
BAY
STORES.
LIME
The Nelson Coke &
Gas Company is
now prepared to supply the best LIMB
in   the   country   at
5oc per cwt
Special rates on carload    lots.     Apply
Baker Street.
Atlantic S. S. Lines
KromMoiilrwJ
auiui Une TBnl��lan_ 'WW
Allan l.lno "Numlilui ��������� ;'"'_
Dominion Una ������Caiiilirnnmn ���>'' " -
Dominion Lino "Vancouver ,: l'���'b
Hoavor Line '���Lake nnlui-io  j���"
Haavor Lino "l,u��iwnia .. ..^���%�� yorji
White HUrLlna "Ocnnanli;" J""f "|
White Star iLino  "Majc��llc ....        .'.'a
Cunard Uno "Servia _u,���. ai
Uiin.nl Lluo "I.ucinla  , m r_
Anohor Lino ���TnrnaMia j���i
Anchor Lino "Oito Offionio ��JJB
Amorii-jin Una "SI.   raul ...������ \_m&
Hod Hlar  Uno ��fei j ',','c 9
aus,ja"K��w��' Jllfl
Allan t��&'Wff)j&S3��
Cunnnl   Uno "Ivornl." \V_Z_____
P_H��agM .rramtod to and from ��Pfi"]���������
point*. Kor rat**, U'*"1* ","' '' ' t gSSS
ipplr to C. P. It, dopot IB_ lor OB. "0"
OananU ARani C P. K. (M����,*_��_*��
A. R. SHERWOOD
General Agent for Southern RO-
fbr the
Birkbeok Investment, Security 4 Savings
Co., of Toronto.
Money Loaned on strslght Mortgsff.
Heal Eslnte i��nd Insurance.
p. WHALLS7, J- P-
NOTARY PUBLIO.
Office with O.W. West 4 00.. wr. Hi"
and Baker sts.
City Offloe ofthe *��!*N Sod��.W��'��
Fsotory. NELSON   DAILY   MINER,   SATURDAY,   JUNE i(i, igop
LOCAL AND   PERSONAL
A silting of the County Court will
he Held at Nelson at 111 o'clock next
Monday morniug.
K. P. Whalley hns his snilbont up
on the beach near bis house und
Is getting her ready for the Dominion
Day races.
The [Wnr Bng'e is now runninp
eight-hour shifts and making good pro
gress ill drifting from the 100-foot love
east and we?t.
At tho Presbyterian Church night
before last Mr. Milton Peters and
Mrs. Edna liurlletl   were married by
Kev. II. C. Sutherland.
Mr. anil Mrs. B. 0. Riblott havo returned from Spokane und are occupying their now home nt the corner of
Silica and Hondryx streets.
Recently, in excavating for a powder
house ou tho Victoria, Greenwood
camp, a lluo ledge of copper ore was
opened up almost 0:1 the surface.
Mrs. Kenly, who bus been conducting u lace and embroidery exhibition
at the Hume Motel for the past few
weeks, left last evening over the C.
P. B. for Montreal.
J. Fred Rltchler, of Rossland,
the Provincial land surveyor, arrived
in Nelson yesterday morning where
he will remain a week transacting
personal business.
Mr. Cullien. manager of the Arlington Mine, arrived in Nelson yesterday
and will leave for Vancouver today.
It is reported that he intends purchasing new machinery for the mines.
Tomorrow evening, in the Presbyterian Church, Rev. II. C. Sutherland will preach a sermon to young
men on "A Young .Man's Hlory,"
and Mr. Kydd will sing, "If With
All Your Hearts" from Tbe Elijah,
The official Maxim gun instructor
from Esqulmalt will arrive in Nelson
during the lirst of next, week to give
Instructions to tho local corps in
the use of the .Maxim gun. The
practice will be held each day at the
recreation grounds.
Dr. P. K. Doolittle made a visit to
the Venus mine yesterday. The new
rotary mill has been put into position,
nud at present tbo boiler is being installed. In less than leu days it is expected thnt everything will he in run-
niug order.
Word has been received from the
Rev. Mr. Frew Unit he has not improved since leaving Nelson, whieli
will prove a great source of regret to
his many friends iu the city. Tlie
letter was written from Waterloo as
Mr. Frew is now traveling on the
iContinent.
A. II. Kelly returned to Ihe city
���early yesterday morning from a trip
to inspect a few cluims on the IIP
Creek. He states that considerable
work has been done upon the property
and that everything is'looking favorable, lie also stated that good
reports might be expected from that
district this season, as considerable
work will be done on the cluims this
Hummer.
The Nelson Cricket Club hnd n meeting Inst night nl the ollice of Elliott &
Lennie, with about ten members pres-
���ent The chief business before the
inicetiug wns the consideration of the
iproper method to arouse sufficient interest in the game to put the club on a
solid and permanent basis, It was arranged fo have a game for today week,
and a meeting will be called for next
Thursday In order to select ihe men to
play that day. From these players men
will he selected to form a team to meet
I he Rossland team when they come
here later.
Hume: (lus Khrenburg, Spokane;
Oharles  P.   Rice.   Montreal:   II.    (1.
[oilman,    San    Francisco;    11.     M.
lining, Seattle; A. K. Dayman, Toronto; S. Brooke, Victoria; II. A.
Small. Vancouver; J, II. Taylor.
Fire Valley; \V. E. Uoie, Camp
Mansfield; Frank Dickinson, Slocan.
Fred Irvine & Oo. yesterday received
a saiuplo of a novelty in the glove
line. In tho palm of the right hand is
a small purse large enough for car
faro and not interfering in an any way
with the comfort of the weaier of the
glove. It is ipiits a fad in the east
and is a decidedly serviceable article
of apparel,
Pliuir: (Ieorge Stinton, Leslie Hill.
Henry B. Chambie, E. S. Coyle.
Vancouver; (}. W. Lendrmn, Bnllin-
iimallurd; II. B. Anderson, W, E.
Zwicky, C. II. Hand. Sandon; J.
Fred Ritchie, Rossland; I). C. Johnson, Everett; John Sullivan, Trail:
.Tames V. W. Welch, Greenwood; ��.
F. J. O'Reilly. Ymir; Mrs. Parker
and family, Fernie.
At the Congregational Church services in the Opera House tomorrow
Rev. Wm. Monroe will preaoh both
morning aud evening. Morning
subject, "Christ's Power to Heal;''
evening subject, "Shams in Religion."
Special music at the evening service:
Cello solo, "The Holy City," Heir
Stelner;, vocal solo, "Guard While
Asleep," Mr. Caldwell; male quartette,
"Nearer My God to Thee," Nelson Male
Quartette. A cordial invitation is ox-
tended to all.
Kx-Constnble Bullick ol Fernie was
yesterday brought before Magistrate
E, A. Crease, us alipendury, for preliminary examination on the cbnrge of
collecting license fees and not turning
them over to the Provincial Government. Bullick was arrested at Vancouver und brought to Nelson Thursday evening by Constable Hoskins.
After hearing the evidence Magistrate
Cease remanded bim uutil Wednesday next, when ho will be tried at Fernie at 10 a.m. W. A. Galliher was attorney f r the Crown and W. A. McDonald defended the prisoner,
NOW  ABOUT   IMPERIAL  FED
ERAT10N ?
Before you make np your mind you
sir old c in. ull Kipling, Ho knows tbo
Empire from top to bottom, from core
to circumference. You can hardly go
astray with such ou entertaining guide,
philosopher and friend. He will take
you through battles, through jungles
and over seas without a scratch. Let
him talk to you a little while. His
complete works bIiow bis wonderful
range of thought, Read the list in
another coliunu.
A big rush for hats at the speoial
Jane sale of the Wnllaoe-Miller Co.,
Limited.
Still a fow of those flno summer suits
left at the Wallaoo-Miller Co., Limited
June special sale.
"BLUB RIBBON TEA IS DELICIOUS."
It developed  yesterday   that Mayor,
Houston was responsible for the trou-1
ble with the workmen on  Ihe rook pile j
on Josephine and Victoria streets,    A |
day or two before the rock work was
commenced it is said   that the workmen waited upon the Mayor und claimed that they were entitlid  to nn eight-
hour dny.   They were  so  persuasive
that the Mayor liunlly told them to go
ahead and   knock  off   niter   they had
worked eight  hours.   Then his worship left town und  it   remained with
the Aldermeu to settle  the dilllculty,
which they did.
The Nelson Football club, realizing
that the Carnival committee bns no
more funds than it needs, has arranged
for a football match on the aftornoon
of July 8rd, between Nelson and Kaslo
at no expeuse lo the committee. Tho
football club is rapidly coming to the
front as one of Nelson's most prominent athletic organizations and although
organized hardly more than a week
has already a very large membership
roll of active members. The players
are turning out well and Secretary
MoAdani and his team selecting committee are going to have some trouble
in choosing tbe best men. The team
must be a good oue if it hopes to de-
teat the crack Kaslo aggregation.
Numerous complaints have been
made of late in regard to tbe way in
which the tram cars nro run on Baker
Street, and especially as to the failure
of the motor men to stop when
signalled to for that purpose. Several
times of late this hns happened and
people bave been compelled to wait a
half hour for another oar. When
questioned ubout the matter yesterday
a tramway official said that no oom-
plaints bad been made to the company
and tbat steps would be  taken at, m	
tn correot the fault. The tiamway
oompany request that when any thing
of the sort oconrs that complaint will
be promptly made to the company and
the man in fault will be reprimanded.
Several of the sailing craft on the
lake have had steamers run uncomfortably close to them of lute and
would be glad if they were given a
wider berth. Several days ago when
oue of the local skippers was coming
up tbe lake in a light wind the
Kokanee passed him and went into
the city wharf. Almost Immediately
she bucked out again and bumped
into the sailboat whieli was rounding
the end of the wharf to make a binding at one of the boat-houses. There
was too light a wind for the sailboat to change her course suddenly so
for a moment Bbe was in danger of
being mixed up with the steamer's
paddle wheel. Fortunately, however,
her skipper was able to fend off the
steamer with an oar and get out of
harm's way. But the escape was
a narrow one and the incident need
not have occurred if there had been
sufficient warning given.
At a melting of the Nelson Fire Brigade last evening it was decided that
the Nelson team would go to Greenwood
Friday, June 21) aud take part in tbe
hose and reel contest whioh will be
beld there during tbe celebration Saturday, June HO. Those who will go are:
G. W. Steele, captain : J. J. Chambers,
J. R. Campbell, F. J. Bradley, II.
Stutter, H. Houston, J. F. Thompson,
W. G. Lillie, G. Partridge. G. Niinii,
Arthur Pitobford, Thomas Henderson
nnd J. J.   Foot.   In   a letter received
I Are Your Feet Right?
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5      Are they dressed in the latest f. <\ I
stylo ?    If not, call and see our   I
stylish    footwear    at    popular s \
prices.
Our   Ladies'   Patent Leather ,.,
Shoes arc just right. ,ja ;' ��{
>  Tho Bboeists
LILLIE BROS.
from Greeuwood by Harry Houston,
secretary of the local team, it was stated flint the lirst prize for the wet test
would be $l_l and the second $M
while the money offered for the lirst
prize for the hub and hub contest will
he $75, and that for the second $50. The
letter also staled that a learn from
Grand Porks nud ono from Rossland
would take part in the contest. If nil
the teams are present there will he four
competing, which will make things interesting iu that branch of the celebration. There will be n speoinl train run
from the Boundary Country to Nelson
Suudny, July 1, which will enable all
the visiting teams to return iu good
time,
G, 0. Hintnn of Victoria, who has
been placing machinery tor Ihe Montreal Miniug Company in the North
Star mine, whioh is situated near Kimberley, .arrived in Nelson yesterday
morniug. He repot tl that the property
is doing exceptionally well aud predicts
a prosperous future for the same. The
mine is uow shipping 100 tons per day.
Some of the phipmenls are sent to
Trsil but the majority of the silver gn-'
leun ore is shipped to the Omiiliu smel
ter. It is running $05 in nil to Ihe ton.
there being over 110 per cent lend. Ac-
coidiug lo Mr. Ilinton the new brunch
of the C. P. R, which wns constructed
from Crimbrook to Kimberley, nud the
tramway which wns built from tbe
mine to Kimberley, are important feat-
ures'and will in time be the menus of
milking tho North Stnr oneof the strongest mines of the west. About (ill men
nro nt present working iu the mine nnd
it is thought more men will bo ndded
suoitly. He nlso said that more vigorous work was being done on tho Sullivan group. At present they nre shipping one cnrload a day but the entire
quantity of ore which is taken from the
mine has to he hauled hy wagons to
Kimberley. a distance of five miles. The
ore of this mine is equally aa stroug ns
that of the North Star. The company
owning the Sullivan group nre planning
to build nu aerial tramway from its group
to Kimberley,
(', II. Hand of Sandon, manager of
the Payne mine, who arrived in
Nelson last evening, will leave for
Butte, Mont., this .morning to look
after personal mining properties. lie
slates that the mine was showing np
well and is being worked with 100
men. It is intended thut an additional number of men will he added
in   a few   weeks.    The   company   are
now contemplating building a 75*ton
concentrator    at    Galena  Farm,   nt
Silverton  on Slocan  Lake,   li is expected that it will be completed about
the last of July.
HIS LIF1C WAS BATED.
Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen
of Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonderful deliverance from n frightful death.
In telling of it he says, " I wns taken
Willi   Typhoid   Kever,   thnt   ran   Into
Pneumonia. My lungs became hardened, I was so weak I could not sit
up iii bed. Nothing helped me, 1
expected soon to die of Consumption,
when I heard of Dr. King's New Discovery.    One  bottle gave great relief.
I continued to use it, and now am well
und strong. 1 cun't Bay too much in
its praise." This marvellous medioine
is the surest and quickest cure in the
world for all Throat and Lung
Trouble.    Regular   sizes  50 cents nnil
81.00. Trial botiles fieo nt Canada
Drug it Hook Store. Every bottle
guaranteed.
He sure to bring the children to fee
the trained pomes nnd horses which
will be seen with   the (Ireal Syndicate
English-American Shows on June 81,
fi tm  *x_mm
Spring chicken and all the delicacies
of the sensou served to you when you
visit Florence Park Hotel at Roberts'
Kauch, two and a half miles up tbe
river.    W. M. Roborts, propiictor.
"A Friend in Need
Is a Friend Indeed."
Too ninny people never come to
glasses.
They wait lor the glasses to come
to them.
These arc the people who talk
about bad eyes in old uj^c.
Death nnd glasses come to alt.
Blessed are they who uio young.
Hlesseil nro they who use glasses
when needed.
When in doubl about the needful
time, or ignorant ol the proper kind,
come our way.
Patenaude Bros.
..STRIPE SILKS..
For Ladies' Blouses.
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Good value at 65c to 75c. Reduced today to
50c yard. Come and have fust choice. Extra value,
and can only be had at  the reduced price till  change of ad.
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MADDEN   BLOOK.
KERR & CO.
BAKER STREET,
Agent Standard Patterns.
NfiLSOI.
Merchants' Bank of Halifax
Incorporated 1869.
���TnpHnl   I'm hi-up,      ���    ���     ���      ���itMM.O.M   1   ntwl $UM,MM
Board or iHrrrdtrKt  Thomaa EC. Kenny,   Preaidenti   ThoniRH Hi:- i'i.-.  Vice President.
Wiley .Smith, II. U. Bauld, II.m. II. II, Fuller, M.L.O., Hun. David MacKeen.
ii- hi Office, iiiitirnxi
Genernl MnmiKcr, K<l*on U PcanOi Montreal.
Superintended! of Drenches, und Secretary, W. B, Torrance, Halifax.
Inspector, W. K. Kroek, Halifax,
Inspector D, M. Stewart, .Montreal.
Ill'iiurlii - !
Xnx* Scutin 11 tin:. Branch, AntifEOnish, Bridgwater*Qoyiboro. I^ndomlerry, Ijunontmrg.
Maltiand (Hants t'o.i, Plotou, Tort Bawkesbury. BydneTi Shubenacadio, Truro, WeymouLn
New Brunswick��� Bathnrtt,  Dorchester, Froderlcton. Kington (Kent Co.l. Moncton, New-
iinntle, Suck villo, Woodstock. I*. I.. I-Inn it 1 !.:u lotti iii". I,. Sumnierr.idy. 4|ti��-l>rr Mon(ro��l
(City Otlice), Montreal. West End (('or. Notre Dame und HeiKtienrn street*); WeHlmount (Cor.
Greene Avenue and st. Uathari&M BtrooL Ontario���Ottawa* IfewftenunwJgatf��� st. JonnV.
4 uim, West todies���Havana, 1 ii Plates  New York (in iCzohanga Place) He publio, Wash
BRANCfUEH IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Atlin, Bennett, Grand Forks, Nanaimo, Nelson, Rossland. Vancouver, Vancouver East End, Victoria.
4 urn -piMHll nl- :
('miimIi.���Merchant.* Bank of Canada. Batten��� National Hhawimit Rink. Chirac* Amoris*
National Hunk- Hrni Fra��eJs*#���First National Bank* Lnniliiu, Kng. - Hank of Scotland.
Purls,  Frit lire   t'redit  LyonnaU.   IteriumlH   Hunk of Heruitida,   IIiIum mm<1 Japnft- Jtong
Kong and Shanghai Hanking Corporal ion.
Ueneial Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange  Bought
and Sold, Letters of  Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the moat favorable terms.   Interest allowed on special
iicp'isii������ und on Saving Bank account*,
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson, B.C.
Turner Beeton& Co.
_s�����NELSON���*.
VICTOBItt VANCOUVER LONDON, Eng
WHOLESALE   MERCHANTS.
LIQUORS,   DRY   GOODS,   ORE   BAGS.
CAR OF  PABST BEER
Just arrived from Milwaukee
NELSON    B.C.
S. TYTLER
Houston" Block,      -      - Nelson.
Agont for Phoenix Insurance Oo.
of Brooklyn, N. Y.
Km- sale or Lease- Large building
on Vernon Street, suitable for ware*
honse, factor)-or large boartllnfr house.
Beveralgood houses for ront,
Choice lulK for wil<\
THE WM. HAMILTON  MANUFACTURING CO.
LIMITED.
MINING   MACHINERY
PETERBOROUGH,    ONTARIO,
CANADA.
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Watch for our announcement in tomorrow's and Tuesday's Miner. It will tell you
of our special sale of Dry Goods, Millinery,
Carpets, Floor Oilcloth, Men's Furnishings,
etc.    Sale begins Wednesday, June 20.
Fred Irvine & Co
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S*pOHP^Wr'eP&" NELSON DAILY MINER. SATURDAY, JUNE   16, 1900.
J3KIEF LOCALS.
Wholesale Houses.
A second meeting to organize n
local Court of the Ancient Order of
Foresters was held at the Qrand Central Hotel last evening. John llllbert
of Nanaimo, grand organizer, presided, There was a fair attendance
ami considerable Interest was taken.
It was decided that the local lodge
would be called "Court star of the
Kootenay No. 8813," Dr. Hawkey
was appointed as medical examiner
pro tern, It was also decided that
Mondays 8 p, in. would he the time
for tho meeting of the court. It is
expected that tho organization will he
completed at nexl Monday's  meeting.
W. II. !"���>' i""1 '!- ('- ���)"'1" were
appointed as a committoe to obtain a
room where the weekly meetings can
be held.
Tho following transactions were recorded at the Miuing Recorder's office
yesterday: Certificates of Work: Blue
Stone, Cos Schwinkei White Star,
Strongford, WilliomMcQimpseyi Ruby,
Free Silver, Royal, Fan-view. Galena,
Headland, Busy Bee, Old Colony, Silver, Thniuas Bennett; Potsdam, Oris
Sohwinke; Caladonln, 3. li. Baxter.
Transfers: William P. Baker at Rossland 1,'ave notice that the bill of sale
given by him to George H. Green for a
one-half interest iu the Violet claim
was given without consideration, and
thai he (Baker) is still the owner; from
Charles K. Bennett to Thomas Bennett,
a one-quarter interest iu Free Silver,
Silver Fraction, Fair view, Ruby, Royal;
a five-eighths interest in Galena; a one-
quarter interest in Victor, Emerald, Porcupine No.2, and n half interest in Black
Diamond, for a nominal consideration.
Locations -Hidden Treasure, adjoining
the Blue Stone on the north of Sheep
Creek, by John Donieleon: Strand,
about eight miles south' ant of Ymir, by
Edward Peters and William Bennett;
Monarch, two aud three-fourths miles
from Robson. Pullman, two arid a half
miles from Robson, by Charles Brown :
Bald Eagle nnd Ben Hussen Mountain.
by .lohu (ilovn; Rand, three miles
north ot Deer Park, by W. H. Cray;
Mayflower,   on east   side  of ski-Mile
Creek, Maple Leaf, east side of 49 Creek,
by A.(i. Shaw : Kipling, on east slope of
Morning Mountain by E. S. Qlasford;
Toronto Chief on Champion Creek, by
William (limpsey.
NELSON, B. C.
AERATED AND MINERAL WATERS
THORPE & CO., I.imited.-"-Corner Ver
non and Codar Streets, Nelson, maun-
fnoturera of and wholesale dealors tn aerated
waters and fruit syrups. Sole agents for Halcyon Springs minora! water.  Tel i'>0
NELSON SODA WATER FACTORY
���N. M. Cummins, Lessee, Kvery known
variety nf sort drinks. P. 0. Box 88. Telephone No. 81. Hoover Stroot. Nelson; Bottlers
of the Kumons tit. Leon Hot Springs Mineral
Water.
CIGARS
KOOTENAY    CIGAR     MANUFAQ'
TURING  pO.--A!anufuoiurers of thi
Koynl He.il ami  Koolenry Helle Olgars.    Factory and otii.-c, Baker SI rest. N'elson, B. 0.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
HJ. EVANS Sl OO.-Baaer Street, Nel
��� son. wholesale dealers ia li.;aors, cigars
eenienl. lire briek and llreelay, water pipe and
steel rails .tii.l general commission merchants.
FRUITS   AND   CONFECTIONERY^.
J A. M'DQNALD Madden Hloek,
��� Nelson B, t'. l-'rnits. iee cieaai.
ti. B. Chocolates, high class conl'ectiolleiy.
lee t'reali. parlors.
GRAIN, HAY AND CEREALS
BRACKMAN - KER MILLING CO.
LilMITBD.--Wholesale and lelail dealers
in grain, nay, lluur, teed. Mills al Victoria.
New Westminster. Kdmonton, Alta. Elevators on Calgary it. I'Mmonlon Railway. Maau-
faeturers ol celebrated B & lv hi-anu cereals.
GROCERIES
A     MACDONALD    &    CO.- Cornor
a       -TOUt    and    Hall   blrecLs,   wholesale
grooors aud jobbers In blankets, gloves, mitts,
Pools,  rubbers, maekinaws and miners' sun-
dries.
ARCHITECTS
CANE & MACDONALD (II. Onno,
.las. A. MacdOUOldJ���Architects and 8a-
perinlelalents. Broken Hill Block, Cor. Baker
and Wait! Sts,, N'elson, li. C,
LUMBER
NELSON SAW A PLANING MIL_-
Olllee corner Hall and Front drools,
Nelson, B. C. Lumber. Coiling, flooring and
everything tn  wood for building   purposes.
tleL our price*.   Correspondenee solicited.
LUMBER.
Delivered to an any point on
Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock
on hand of
ROUGH AND
DRESSED LUMBER,
SHINGLES.
MOULDINGS, SASH DOORS
INSIDE FINISH.
COAST FLOORING
and
FINISHED LUMBER.
'Mill at PILOT BAY.
Yards, NKLSON and LARDO"
HEAD   OFFICE
;iTBLS01T.
J.   A.   SAYWARD.
ALEX- STEWART
Boom  3.  Tumer-Bocckli  Block, Nelson.
Notary Public, Real Estate, Insurance
Mines, Leans,
$2,01X1 will buy lot witb furnished
house rented for $sll per mouth, and
stable rented for SID per moulh. Very
central location,
LOTS FOR SALE
820(1 cash, lot on Oarbonate Street.
82,000 will purchase 4 lots and residence, Hume Addition.
81,200 will purchase lot on linker 8t.
A nice cottage nud large lot Five Mile
Point.
Hunch at Pilot Bay, 00 acres cultivated.
iffil) house and lot on Kobsou  Street.
*2,400 will purchase 14-tooined bouse;
very central locatiou and easy terms.
Call nl. once.
84000 will buy Corner on Baker
Street.    Easy terms.
84000 will buy Corner on Vernon
Street.
$260 ench will buy 5 nioo residenoe
lots on Oarbonate Street.
$20 a mouth will rent a H roomed
house.   A snap.
Great West
THE PAVILION
At 5-Mile Point
The best Summer Hotel on Kootenay
Lake Always cool and .shady, with
beautiful walks and splendid scenery.
One ol the best spots for lisbing on the
lake. First class table and bar. Best
of attention.
H.   P.  PERRY, Manager
Nelson, June 21
-THE GREAT
SYNDICATE
SHOWS
ENGLISH-
AMERICAN
Coining on  Its Own I'alace Railroad
Trains.
FRESH AND SALT MEATS_
P  BURNS 4. CO-HakcrStreet, Nelson,
���   wholesale dealers in froeli and cared
meats.   Cold Blorngo,
WEST KOOTENAY BUTCHER CC"
���Baker street. Nelson,  Wholesale deal
ers in fre-h und cured meats,
HARDWARE &   MINING  SUPPLIES
VANCOUVER HARDWARE CO'Y.
Li.mitkh -ltakor Street., Nelson, wholesale dealers in hardware and mining Bupplies,
plumbers'and tinsmiths supplies.
ELSON  HARDWARE  CO.-Whohv
mile pttinLs iti.il uiifi.
N
LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS^
TURNER, BEETON A CO.-Corner
Vernon and Juscphino Btreo&s, Nu'son
wholesale dealer. Id liquors oigars und dry
goods. AgontriforPabflC Browing Co. of Mil*
waukee and Calgary Browing Oo, of Oalgary.
H
UDSON'S BAY OO.-Wholesale ��ro-
Oorlon niul UquorSiOtVt, linker St., Noimm.
CALIFORNIA WINE CO. Limited,
oorner Broill and Hall Streets, Nelson.
Wholosalo dealers in Winos (ease and buikj,
and lioaicsii.; and Imported Cigare.
PROVISIONS, PRODUCE A FRUITS
JY- GRIFFIN 4 CO.-Corner Vernon
��� and Josephine Streets. Nelson, wholesale
dealors In provisions, cured meats, butter and
OKl?��.
Huge Monster Menagerie of Hare
Wild Animals.
Hevon Large Troupes of Educated
Horses nud I'linies. The Best Areola
I'erformers of Bnrope and America.
Kctd I;..min Ohurlol Knees. Hosts cif
funny Olowna. Pacetloln Fun and
Frivolity. Everything New ami Oiigi-
nal. Nelson, June 21. Two Perform-
ances -Afternoon and Evening, Free
Horning Exhibition on show Grounds
After Hi.- Brand Btroet Parade.
RXCVIWIUN   llA'I'KM    Hy  Hpeeial   Ar-
raiigenient ���have   I n   made    by   all
ruilroads and I ranniortation oompaDlm
from Slooan City, Silverton, New Den-
Mr, Knslo, lor one fare for round trip,
Tickets on sale June 21, good to
return June 22.
KOOTENAY COFFEE CO
IScst of
Our Fresh Rousted Coffee
Quality, as follows :
Javn nnd Arnhlan Mocha, per pound.. .
.lu.a and Mocha Blend, 8 pounds	
line Halites. J pounds     .
Haiitos Itlend.  .', pounds	
Oar  I <|��� ii,,1111, ml, il pounds	
Our Itlo Itoast, li pounds	
A TKIAL oil III II sol II III II.
H.u.f.hhooms :
2 DOORS EAST OF ODDFELLOWS
BLOCK, W.  BAKER ST.
Nelson,      -      o. c.
n.
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TENDERS WANTED.
Tenders, will be received by llin tin-
ilnniigneil np to tbe loth of July next
lor the sinking of a shnfl on the Mauri
H mineral churn on the North Fork of
tbe Salmon Elver. Plans and specification* will be mailed on applleiitiou
10 tlm undersigned.
C. O. MOHHON, rjecretnry.
New North Fork Mining Co., Ltd.
P. O. Hox ol)5,
/gne 1st, Woo.       Vancouver, IJ, 0,
Gamble & O'Reilly
REAL  ESTATE
AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
BAUER  STTEET.
FOR SALE.
Two lots and house, 8 rooms, bath
room and kitchen, all modern Improvements, good view, handy to
town, 83,f>00.   Terms.
FOK KENT.
New  t'ottagc.   Mill street. ��2n   per
llllIII I 11
New Cot I age. Stanley Street. Silt)
per month.   All modern conveniences.
Two   new collages. Ilore Street. SI",
each.
Apply
Gamble b O'Reilly.
Agents.
HONEY TO LOAN
At 8 Per Cent.
On Iiprt Proprtj.
H.R.Cameron
Baker Street.
MILLINERY
Oan only be obtained by utilizing
tbe factors whicti tend to bring
tbem about.
If you wish to eet the best results
from a timepiece bring it to ub,
We claim to give the best results.
Done can do more-
T. H. BROWN
JEWELER
178 Baker Street, Nelson.
Nelson   School   of   Business!
Summer Session Now On.   Day and Evening
Classes.
Bookkeeping,  Shorthand  and Type-
Writing.
TERMS   REASONABLE.
Manuscripts Typewritten at Reasonable Rates,   No. 7 Victoria
Blook, Corner Josephine Streets, Nelson, B. C.
H. & M. BIRD
Agents for Eureka Mineral Wool and
Asbestos Co,
Real   Estate.    Fire   Insurance.
Private Funds to Loan.
FOR SALE,  t
Lots 1 nod f>, Hloek UF, "corner of
Observatory and Hull Streets.
Lots 1 to H, Blook 5o, Oorner ���(
Hoover and Hendryx Streets.
Two good building Lots, npper side
of Mill Street, next to corner of CedBr.
Two roomed house on Rohson Street
cheap, 8(100 oash and |800. Kniy terms
Mr. Motley's residence across tbe lake.
Six roomed House and two Oorner
Lots on Ward Street.   Rented at f'35.
Eight roomed House standing on 100
foot oorner on Stanley Streot. All
modern improvements including furnace.
l^l^'l^rWi fVV^'^v^ m s__
t__
Trimmed Hats sold nt the lowest
possible ruteB.
Balance of Pattern Hats at cost.
All Millinery reduced.
Also Fashionable DresBinnking. First
CJlass Fit Guaranteed. Prioes reasonable.
AT MRS. ENFIELD'S
Upstairs iu the New Hall Block.
GEO. GURD
Room 1. Turuer-fcoeckh Block,
Real Estate & Mining Agent
HOUSES   FOR  SALE
M-rnoni   house,   all   conveniences, 2
IoIh down town,   A bargain.
Houses in nil pnrta of Ihe city,
linker    Slreet     improved   property.
Income IB per cent net.
BUILDING   LOTS   FOR   SALE
70-feet   best   residence corner in tho
city.    A H!)np,
A good list of   building lots to select
from,
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
Corporation-
HEAD OFFICE TORONTO. ONT.
Money In loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to (J. L. LENNOX, linker St.,
Nelson.
RELSTERES &  CO.
Brewer* of Pine Lager
Deer nnd  P liter.
Drop  in  nnd  see  its.
NELSON,
B. C.
A. R- BARROW, a.m.i.cb.
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Cornor Victoria and Koolonay SU,
I\ O. h..v .'..��!>. Telephone No, f��
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Railway Company.
Lines West of Lake Superior.
"Imperial
Limited"
Service.
Departure   and    Arrival   Time   of
Trains   and   Steamers.
Depart from                              Arrive  nt
Nelsou                                  Nelson
Steumer    nrrives   nt  Nelson
from the east, Crow's  Nest
branch     nnd   intermediate
points 2.3(1
T.ln Train leaves Nelsou for Ross-
land nnd intermedial,,
points, nnd via Rohson for
north, Revelstoke,the main
_ZHL    line ""d Paci/in const points.
7.1111 Train leaves Kelson for Sandon and intermediate points
nnd via Slooan Lake route
for north, Kevelstoke, tho
main line and Pacilio coast
points.
Train nrrives nt Nelson from
KoHslnm!   and intermediate
points 10,86
Steamer nrrives at Nelsou
from Kaslo and intermediate points 11.00
la.Ull Trains leuves Nelson for
Rossland nnd intermediate
points.
Hi.00 Steamer leaves Nelson for
Kaslo and way points.
Train nrrives at Nelson from
Rossland and (Jrennwond
and intermediate points,
nnd from Kevelstoke, tho
main line, nnd Pacilio coaet
points IN.-lfi
Train nrtives in Nelson from
Sandon and intermediate
points,and from Revelstoke.
Ihe main line and the Pacific coast points 10.II0
93.80 Steamer leaves Nelaon for
Crows Nest branch nud nil
points enst.
W. F. ANIIF.KHON,
Trav. l'ktw. Agnot
Nnlurn
K.J.COYI.K,
A  O. P. AkoiI,
Vanneuver
ST. JOSEPH'S  SCHOOL
NKIJ.QN B. C.
A   Honi -.inir nnd   Pay ;'ci |  condiirled  l>y
iho siMiorn of BuJoaophof Poaoo. iUhhIiu-
nt ol at the cornor of Mill itml JoRsphtns BtrooU,
in ono of Uio boit mldonttAl portionHof Nol>
Kim, nnd Ih easily aooosdblo from all DUFtfl
of Iho oity,
Tho oourM of itudy tnolndon tho fniidatnen-
lul ami  higher biunohei of a (Iioi-uiikIi KiikIMi
BdaoaUon. HuhIhohh ooona - Boolikooiniigi
Btonoflrftph]' nnd TypewritliiKi Botoiioo conrnc
- Mnnic, Vocal and Itmtrmmm1.nl; Drawing,
eta -Plain and Art Noodlework; Ouuthootoo,
olo.
For torniH an'' nnrtlonlar^ apply
Stmnrlnr.
PYLE'S    PEARLINE
Large Eize
15  CENTS
For Sale fly
Western Mercantile Oo. Ltd
G-REAT NORTHERN
RAILWAY.
,N&
NONE BETTER.
SOLID VESTIBULED TEAIN8.
PALAOE DINING AND OBSERVATION
OARS.-MEALSalaOABTE.
Close connection Bust and Westbound at Spokane with trains of the
trains of the Spokane Falls nnd Northern Railway.
Direct connection at. St. Paul without change of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
nnd nil points West and South.
Leaves Spokane daily for Kant at 10:15 ii-iu
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at 7:45 p.m.
West-bound I rains make direct connection for Victoria and Vancouver,
Port land, San Francisco, and all points
on the Sound.
During the season of navigation Enst
hound trains connect at Duliith with
Iheinagtiilicenl steamships North West
and Noilh-l.anil of IheNorllieru Steamship Oompany Lino, operated in connection with the Great Northern Hail-
way.*
For furl her Information, maps, folders, etc., apply to any agent of.Spokane
Falls St Northern Ry., Knslo it Slocan
By., Kootenai Railway St Navigation
Co., or to
P. I WHITNEY.   H. A. JACKSON,
(ieul. I'asH, St Tkt. Agt.   Ooffl'cl Agist. Paul, Min       Spokane. Wash
IFYOU SMOKE
Smoke Our Cigars
They are made in your midst, of
the finest Havana Tobacco.
Where (food Cigars are sold
they can  be bought.
The Royal Seal and Kootenay
Belle.
Union  made.
Kootenay  Cigar
Mfg. Co.
NELSON,
B. C.
Spokane Falls A
Northern R'v.
Nelson A 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. K. & N. Co.
Connects at Nelson \< ith steamer
for Kaslo and all Kootenay lake
points,
Connects at  Meyer's   Falls   with
stage daily for Republic,   and  con-
'nects at Bos-burg with stage  daily
for Grand Forks and Greenwood.
I.iHVK. Day Train. Ahkivk.
Ill :i,r) a.m Bpoknnn 7:10 p.m,
12:11.') p. m ltosKlimd  d:!t0 p.m.
D:80a, in Nelson 8:00 p.m.
Night Train.
0:45 p.m Hpokiiue 7:05a.m:
11 :(><�� p.m. Rossland .0*0 a.m.
H. A. JACKSON, O. P. As T.A.
Spokane  Wast)
G. K. TAOKABURY,
Agent. Nolson, B.O
COAL!   COAL!
Great Reduction!
(ANTHUAriTK)   $9.65   PCr Toil
(mown NKST
COAL
$6.15 per Ton
HOTEL ROSSLAND
VERNON ST., NELSON.
Nelson's Newest Hostelry. Complete in every respect,
It hat just been opened and the
public is invited to visit it,
RATES
By the week from $5 lo $f>.
By the day J 1.00.
J. V. O'LAUGHLIN, Prop.
DBLIVBRED.
C.W.WEST&C0.
TKl.K.l'IIONK M.
Nelson Employment Agencv
WANTED
Chambermaid, 4 Cooks (women), 2
WnitromieH.
CONTHACTS   TAKKV    KOIl    DIAMOND
( nia.   nun,1,i.ni,.
J. H. LOVE, Afl'l      Baker Sf
E. J.SCOVIL
MINIMI lllioum,      HOTARY PUBLIC,
Wludennoro Mlnoa.  Oorroap ��� onosSol'olted
WINDERMERE, si. 0.
Kootenay Railway and NaT.
Company, Ltd.
Opo rating
KAHIX) & HI .OCA N RAILWAY
INTKKNATIONAL NAV. & THAI). CO.
Hchodulo of Tlmo.       PnclMr HL&nriard  Hum.
Ktrcctlvu  I .'tu 11 ;h v If I, ]{M)
KAHIX) &.HLOCAN KY.
1'AHHOnRor 1 min fur Huiiilmi nnd wny -.lul Ioiim
louvuri   Kn-lo  nl H n. in., dnllv.    Kotiirnlnp,
Iouvoh HniLtlon nt 1.15 ii.in,, Arriving at KahIo
at 3.55 p.m.
INTKKNATIONAL NAV. & TKAD. CO,
Ohi'tMiinK nn Kootonay Ijnkonml Ktvor.
Str. ���'ini.-ifi.it 1.nmi hum KakIo for NoIhoii
nt II a. ni. dully rxropt Hundny. Koturnlntf,
lonvoft NuIhoii At 11,10 p.m., railing At H;ilfmir,
I'iln! liny. .\in wn-ih And nil way potntN. Con-
nocU with H. K. A N. train to nnd from Hpo-
i .mi' at FIvr Mlln Point.
LAKI)0-I)lJN��-AN   DIVISION.
Htr, "AlborU" loavcw" KahIo for L&nlo nnd
Argontn at 8:30p ni WcdnemtnyH
Htoainora call at principal faiMllngfi In both
direct lomi, and at other polnU when Hlgnallod
TlnkctNMold Innll polntaln Canada and the
Unlt��d Htaten.
To aHCortnln ratei and full Information ad*
KOUEItT 1KVINO.
iUnag��r, Ka-lo, a,C,
All The War News . , '
Specials From Victoria
Specials From Ottawa f
Specials FromWinnipeg
Specials From Montreal
All The Canadian News
All The Local News . .
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Miner
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Publishes more Telegraph News than all
other West Kootenay Papers,
DELIVERED AT YOUR D00RF0R
65 cents
i
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C3
PER MONTH.   50CTS. BY MAIL
1
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MEN   WANTED!
1090 Men Wanted to Unload Ourraus
Big Schooners
lii'i'i- or Half mi,l-l lull' only
10c
-AT THK-
CLUB HOTEL
Tin- nuly good Bew io Nolson
COOL
FKKS1I
ARTHUR GEE,
Merchant  Tailor,
REMOVED  TO
Baker  Street,
Opposite the Queen's.
BUY IT.
The Miner is on sale at llie following news stores al live cents p��
copy:
(JillliTl  Sluiilr)-
ThoniHOn Htfttlonery Co
Cumula DniK & Hook Co.
Hotel Hunio Nows Hlnncl
llnlrl I'liuir NowhHlnnil
11. CaUilibull
0, K. Nolnon
.1. V. Dolunoy
Il   A.   Hiiul-h.iH-
Slnraii NOWH Co.
ThoniHon Ilron.
I iriiniii ft Yoiini;
II.   \. I, nn; ,'.  Ci
Nolaoo
Neuoo
N I'Noll
Ni'luon
N,-l- nil
Ymir
Nowlkiiivor
Itouberr;
Bloom city
Hiiiiilim
Vim ('Oliver
Ka-lo
Qroenwofld
and News   Agents   on boats and
trains out of Nelson
SlI.VKIt KINQ MIKB
Will pay the hi.hi'et eaab prioe for all
kind* ol eeoond hand good*. Will bny
or aell anything from an anchor to a
needle. Fnrnltore, utovce, oaiperte.
cooking nteniili, booght  in bonwthnlrl
Snantltiei. Alio oait off clothing,
all and *ea ma or write. Addraea
Hilvr King Mike, Bog 800. Hall
���treat, Nelnw, B, 0,
UHVItOII DIHKC'I'OIIV.
'   H.     HAMOl.U'K   1'KMII.IMIll    I'lll I��'��    !'''"''','
Wr-IiuiiI Hlllon Hi*. Jtundam Hoir uw
miu^ga.ni._andonthalrtBndlW��oDW>
in tho month ufliir Hattinai HaUlwat 1 ia :;
Hunday ffihOOl 2.30 tun {..hviiiiMiiig .-���'���'������"".,
MnUiiiH nt. ��.:��) n. III. ThllMlii)�� M*J___
Dam Holy Comnninlon hi h. '"��� J" ,��'
Kvoiimiiir 7.3U p. in., followed b>.., ",.!���,,
Iloo. H. H. Akohumt, Kootor. rroil '"""-
Geo. JohiiMtoiif. WuriluiiH. , Ull|
(UTHOLIO  OBVROB -Conic "''",���
HlrootH Mans ovoiy Huniliiy al Band ia >"'
Hiinodlcllon at 7.30 am.   Mag ovoi J ��   ��
at 7.1.1a.m.   Hov.   Rlther MtIn     "',"���,.
1'IIKHIIVTKHIAN ClIUI.C.II" ��'       |     ' l
and  7 30   n.m.     Sunday Hchoo  nt *��   ���   .
PrSjo'jUlM Thumlay evan jW ��  ��.f;*:
Chrl��tlan Kndoavor BooloW ""'.l "," ,','Krii��.
day ovonlng   at 8  o'clock.    It"- �����
Pawtor. _ ., .������.,r  uin,.ji nnd
MBTiiouiBT    CHUHCI -Corn 'r  S Ilea
JoHcphlno Htr.;ct;.   ���**���"��*" pV_��rO _V
p. m.; Habbnlh Hcliiml, l��P, "���: ''VK���V0H)>
lag on Friday ovciiloK at �� OU0I.�����      j ,,���
LaagnaQ BTTmidaratga.m.    '��"���
HobHOn. I'awtflr. ,      . .��� ���voniiKt
b-i.vATioN A^nnr-Bar-ioi��-ovon        t
at so'cioch in Krrapwoajo��n
Adliidnnl Kdgimnmb" Ini rliiUW. ,    ,������|
lUiTier Ciiuhciii - ��fr��lM�� ,r,r" Tirri,
ovonlnKat.lla.in.and7.J0 p.m.. f" , R y
I..K Tfiiimdaf' "veiling al 8 p."". ^���mm
P... Tuiwdar ovonlnij at 8 odOOK. �� ���.,,,���,,
enrtlallr wefoomod. Itav.O. J.i"11"
PfuUv,

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