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 frotinciii Library
Caily Edition No.  1297
Nelson,   British  Columbia, Saturday,   March 22,  1902
Eleventh   Year
coast is a little quiet at present, but
that all aie expecting a good summer.
1 The Nelson branch of the Urra is in
good shape, each month showing an
increase over the corresponding month
of the previous year. Mr. Chapman
���,.   .      ., _. .. ...        lias heen connected   wilh  the  Nelson
Slight Hope That the Allan J branch for the past sevon years and! Turkish Troops Meet Rebels
invuiiably.   In tho last rouod, spurred
to action by tho hoots of thy crowd, he
nA'nT/Tin A T1T\ [���touted to tight whereat Erne battered
JJvJjJ I U"U xxltU ! him all around to ring.   G��rdnor then
wont hack to his defensive tactics.
Freshets Gause Much Loss
ln the Maritime Provinces.
St. Johns, Nfld., Match 21.���Incoming shipping brings no repor', of the
Allan liner Hnronian, Capt. Btodle,
from Glasgow, February 11, for St.
John, one month overdue. It is generally believed in marine circles here
that she foundered with all hands, or
that the sank from collision with ice
in tbe north Atlantic. There is a bare
possibility that she has been caught
in the ice floes aud that her crew has
been rescued by some sealing steamer,
as happened in thc case of another
steamship a lew years ago, hut this, it
is thought, is very unlikely.
St. Jrhn, N. li., March 21.���One
hundred thousand will be expended
by the provincial government to
repair damages done to St. John river
bridges by the recent high water. A
large quantity of saw logs was
carried away from mills and the loss
in this conneetiou will also be heavy.
takes a great interest in the city
which ho believes will soon again take
another upward stride. Ail through
the Koutenays business is dull at
present and Nelson to a certain extent
feels it, but this ho considered is but
temporary and will soon pass. Mr.
Macdonald, the head of tne firm, on
his recent visit Hero was greatly
pleased with the oity and expressed
himself a well satisfied with the pro-
gross the business was making here,
and thought the present depression
would be the best thing for the city
in the end, as it would tend to discourage tho speculative spirit which
had in the end so much interfered
with the progresB of so many western
cities and towns. In tho absence of
Mr. Chapman, George Nunn, who has
been with the firm for 14 ypars, is in
charge of the Nelson business.
Stewart Campbell Found to Have Ileeu
Accidentally Shot.
Montreal, March 21.���James Stod.
dart, of Victoria, appeared before
Magistrate Lafontame today, charged
with obtaining $244.31 worth of
jewelery from Isaac Michaclson,under
false pretenses. Stoddart was remanded at his own request until
Thursday next to give him an opportunity fur communicating with his
Tho coroner's jury investigating
the death of Stewart Campbell reported that It was due to the accidental discharge of his revolver, which
he had been cleaning at the time.
The (Jrand Trunk railway today
placed an order with their shops here
for $000,000 worth of rolling stock.
R. A. U. MeNally, agent for tbe
James Cooper Manufacturing 2o., in
the KootenayB and Yale, is at the
Phair. He has just returned, from
East Kootenay. He reports that tbo
grading on the Crow's Nest Southern
railway is almost completed from the
boundary as far as Fernie. \ large
force is at work and trains should be
running by the end of June or the bo-
ginning of July.
He visited the North Star mine and
reports that Manager Parker has a
force of 32 men at work and is adding
to the number at intervals. The
development work is boing pushed at
He also visited the smelter at
Marysville, which is being constructed
hy the Sullivan Co. Work is in progress on the installation of the roast-
��"is. At Fernie there is a sort of a
boom on. Work on the coal mines is
being pushed in anticipation ol the
completion of the Crow's Nest railway. A large number of men are
employed aud it is anticipated within
a short time that the output of coal
will be considerably Increased. Mr.
MoNally leaves for Rossland Ibis
Applies to Enforco Its Execution
Against The Tribune.
In Chambers of the Supreme couit
at Victoria on Wednesday the matter
of the winding-up of The Tribune
Association, Limited, was up. Tbe
following is the report appearing in
the Victoria newspapers.
Re Tribune Association, Ltd.,
winding-up���Application on behalf of
the Hank of Montreal for leave to
proceed with execution of a writ of
fieii facias was adjourned to be
argued before Mr. Justice Walkem,
who had made the older in the
winding-up proceedings, restraining
the execution. L. P. Duff, K.C., for
applicants; A.C. White for provisional
Columbia Will Supervise All Diplomatic Messages From the Isthmus.
Washington, March 21,���The State
and Navy departments have been informed of the purpose of the government of Colunibiu to censor ah dispatches passing over the cables between diplomatic and consular offices
on the isthmus aud the homu governments. The notice came to the navy
department from Capi,. Reisiuger, of
the Philadelphia, now at Panama,and
the State department had its information from the cable companies. Not
much importance is attached to tha
notice for there have been many such
in recent years which were never
enforced against the United States at
Take  a
Commlsslcn Will Inquire Into
Immigration of Criminal
John D. McDonald, general superintendent of the West Kootenay Power
and Light Co., with a force of men, is
engaged in installing the electric
power in the Hall Mines smelter.
Threo bundred horsepower is to be
used and it is expected that the task
will be finished in a couple of weeks.
As soon as this is done the use of the
steam plant which has hitheto furnished the motive power for tbe plan t
will be discontinued.
Shows  Some   Hopeful Symptoms   But
General Condition Worse.
Capetown, March 21.���The weather
here is cooler and it is raining. Last
night Cecil Rhodes was breathing- better an took nourishment,bnt his .beart
was weaker and this oaused reonwed
According to tho latest report issued
at midnight last night, the pat.'ent
was rostless aud decidedly weaker.
All   the   Books  of    Compuny    Were
Winnipeg. March 21.���The offlce
portion of the large Canadian Pacific
freight sheds in this city was destroyed by lire tonight with all books aud
records of tho company. The firemen
by prompt work succeeded in saving
the main shod in which an enormous
quantity of merchandise is stored.
London, March 22.���The Standard
says this morning the Queen of Holland and the prinoe consort will
shortly undertake a tour of the
Netherlands and the Dutch colonies
During the Queen's absence of fonr
months a regency will be established.
Tbe correspondent of tbe Morning
Leader in Vienna reports a conflict
between Turkish troops and Macedonian revolutionists at Sistova. This is
near Kastoria, European Turkey.
The Turks surrounded tbo village aud
overcome the rebels. During thc
lighting four Macedonians and two
Turks were killed and ?0 of the rebels
were wounded. All the male inhabitants of the village wero arrested.
According to the Rome correspondent of the Daily Mail, the Italian
consul at Yanina, Southern Albania,
has sent iu news of a serious revolution in Albania. The Governor's place
at Yanina has been attacked and
several gondaimes wero killed. Tbe
revolutionists are masters of tbe
town. Tbo consul says that serious
outbreaks have occurred at Herat,
PaniAj'thira and Avlona, in European
Turkey, and tbat the revolution is
spreading throughout Albania.
A royal commission composed oi
Lord James of Hereford, Union Rothschild, Hon. Alfred Lyttleton, Sir
Kuelm, Edward Digby, Henry Norman, M.!'., and others, bas been appointed to investigate the evils of
alien immigration as to advise remedial or precautionary measures. The
Standard in au ed'torial on this corn-
mission says: Its object is not to
abolish the right of asylum,which has
been our boast, but to find some
method of excluding criminals without shutting out the honest immigrant.
Lord Onslow, under secretary for
the colonial office in speaking at Hath
today said that he believed the sugar
bounties had been killed forever and
although it might bo necessary to give
some assistance to the West Indian
colonies until the convention came
into operation, tbe outlook for the
sugar trado was so mueb clearer that
capital could now be invested in the
business of cane growing in the West
Indies with security and stability.
Provision Make for Soldiers
to  Protect   Life  of
BUI Against Anarchists Passes
Senate  With  Little
P. Chapman, of A. Macdonald and
Co., left yestorday morning for Victoria having completed the business
on which he came to Nelson but expects to be back again soon. Mr.
Chapman   states  that business at tbejbigh witids,
William   McDonald    Makes   Another
Do  ation to Me '.ill.
Montreal, Marco, 21.���Announcement
was made today of the gilt hy Sir
William McDonald to MoGill University of $20,000 for tho library. The
sum will purchase 12,000 volumes
which will bring the Horary up over
100,000 volumes.
��� '-     .
Topeka, Kas., March 21.���A general
heavy rain fell in Kansas last night
in many places and continued
throughout the day. Tho fall was
especially heavy in tbe wheat belt and
it is believed came in time to save the
crop   from   injury   from drought  .and
I.os Angeles Offers Sharkey Chance to
Take His Place.
Los Angeles,Marcli 21.���The Century
Athletic club wired Tom Sharkey
today asking him under what forms
be would take Fitzsimmons' place and
tight Jeffries iu this city during thu
first week in May. The club lias not
heard from Fitzsimmons ond refuses
to accept his demands lor a larger
purse and percentage than they originally   offered.
Oakland, March 21. ���Win. Delaney,
manager Sor Jeffries, said today:
From the action taken by the board
of supervisors in San F'rnncisco yesterday, awarding the April permit to
the Yosemito elub, I judge tbat the
San Franciuro people bavii given up
all hope of getting the fight. Fit/.-
bimmons is simply looking for an
advertisement and he will keep it up
as long as the press will stand it, aud
u tbo end there will be  no fight.
Washington,March 21 ���Two important measures were passed by the senate today,the bill for the lepral of the
war revenue tax and that for the protection oi the president of tbe United
States The revenue bill was passed
without division ami after only ono
short speech. Mr. Tillman protested
against the repeal of tbe dutv of ten
cents a pound upon tea.
The bill for the protection of the
president was under discussion during
the greater part of the session. All
amendments to it were rejected aud it
was passed by a vote ot 52 to 15. Tho
bill provides tbat any person within
the United States who shall wilfully
kill the president or any officer on
-horn tbe dutiu3 of piesident may
devolve, or any soverign of a foreign
country, or shull attempt to kill any
of the porsons named, shall suffer
doath ; that any person who shall aid,
abet, advise or counsel tbe killing of
any of the oenons named or shall
conspire to accomplish their death,
shall be imprisoned not exceeding 20
years; that any person who shall
threaten to kill, or advise or counsel
another to kill tbe president or any
official on whom the duties of president may devolve, shall bo imprisoned
not exceeding ten years, than any person' who shall wilfully aid in tho
escape of any person guilty of any of
the offenses mentioned shall be
deemed an accomplice and shall be
punished as a principal. The secretary of war is directed to detail from
the regular army a guard of officers
and   mon   to   protect   the   president,
"without   any   unnecessary display" | Retting Favors Cambridge Hut Oxford
and   the  secretary   is   authorized   to
make regulations as to the dress, arms
aud equipment of such guards.
Emperor William Enquiring in Progress of American Manufacturers,
Berlin,Match 21.���Emperor William
is eagerly engaged in studying the
reasons for the industrial predominance of tbe United States. Tie reports made to tbe foreign office by L.
M. Goldberger, Royal councillor of
commerce, and a member of the Imperial German consulting board for
commercial measures,have been immediately forwarded to tbe emperor, who
irapatientlv awaits fresh instalments.
He annotates these repcrts marginally
and sends, suggestions for new
enquiries bearing Specially upon German conditions. Herr Ooldberger's
reports cannot bo obtained for publication at present. Tbey will probably be held in conlidcnce until they
have been edited.
Mines  Maintain  Their Output at About 9000
Phoenix  Miner  Falls  From
Cage and Is Killed Instantly.
Phoenix, March 21.���Tbis (ar this
year thc Boundary mines have shipped
ns.127 tons oi oto to Boundary smelters. For the last week shipments were
as follows: Granby mines, 0,117;
MolbeiLode,2,1180 tons; Golden Crown,
30 tons, total for the week, H.7.17 tons.
The Uoundary smelters treated U,0H2
tons of oro for the last week as follows: Gianby smelter, 0,611 tons;
Mother Lode, 2,901 tons, making a
total of B4,404 tone treated by Boundary Bmelteis this year.
Yesterday afternoon as tlic nen
were coming olV shift at the Gulden
Crown mine, Fergus McQuarrie was
killed iu tbe cage. In the shift he hud
placed a machine on the cage but evidently forgot to put dawn the guard
rod on the sido of tho cage. After
going up 50 or 59 foet from tlic :i0'l-
(oot level, the cage was stopped suddenly by the rod'outohing In the side
timbers throwing MoQuarrle over in
such a way tbat the heavy machine
fell ou him, a piece nf iron pressing a
vital spot. Death wa�� probably Instantaneous as be had expir.d when
help reachd bim.
.".".cljuariie was a native of Nova
Scotia and has been in thoenix camp
for uier two years, having a brother
hero employed by the Granby company. Constable Darraugb, representing tbo coroner, visited the scene of
tne accident ��nd decided that an inquest wdH un necessary. The remains
will probably be shipped to Nova
Scotia by tomorrow's train.
Accused of Forging Cecil Rhodes'
Names to Notes .
Capetown, March 21.���Tbe trial of
tbe case of Prineess Badziwill, wbo is
charged with forging notes purporting
to have been signed by Cecil Rhodes,
was resumed today at the residence of
the princess. Mr. Jourdann, private
secretary to Cecil Rhodes, utterly repudiated the promisory notes and
declared that Mr. Rhodes had never
signed one of theiu in his presence.
After other evidence showing the
attempts of the accused to negotiate
the various bills, the case was ro-
uianded for one woek.
      _    :..
Tho Kettle Valley lines of railway
havo issued invitations to attend the
ceremony of driving the last spike on
the line to Republio on April 12. A
special train will leave Grand Forks
on the morning of lhat day carrying
the guests and returning the same
evening. The invitations aro handsome specimens ot the lithogtahic art
a nd bear an unique design ol the
Deadlight of au engine embossed iu
    1 I    3
Rome, March 21.���The tiial of the
tbree officials of the Vatican Who
were charged with thefts from tho
Vatican treasury aggregating * I r>,000,
was concluded today. The rfliciul.
named. Scotto was convicted and sentenced to eight years' Imprisonment,
whilo the two others wero acquitted
1 of tin* charges against them.   ,    .   .
Rnhlin Easily Overcomes Peter
Maker at Philadelphia.
Philadelphia,March 21.���Gus "Ruhlin
and Peter Maher met at the Industrial
A.C tonight for a six-round go. In
the latter part of tho second round
Maher went down and out from a
hard left on the jaw, Ruhlin had the
better of tbe figbt as fir as it went,
repeatedly rushing Maher to the
ropes. In the first round the men
rushed to a clinch. Rnhlin jabbed his
left to Peter's face twice and they
again came to a clinch. Gus again
sent his left to the face and Peter returned with his left on Ruhlin's ear.
Several exchanges followed. Maher
then planted a right on Ruhlin's eye
bringing first blood. The men wore
sparring when the bell rang.
In the seoond round Peter opened
with a left on tho forehead and received one on tbe jaw whieh sent him
down for the count. Gus then rushed
Peter to the ropes and alter an exchange smashed him on the jaw.
Maher looked weak and was agu!u
rushed to the ropes by Ruhlin who
landed a right and left. After a few
light exchanges Peter was onco more
sent to the rDpcs. Ruhlin jabbed him
repeatedly on the chin. Gus thon sent
his right and left to the jaw and
Pete* went down and out. The bell
found him on the floor completely
done fur.    He soon icvived though.
When Ho Became Aggressive Erne
Battered Him Around tho Ring.
Chicago, March 21. ��� Frank Erne
was given the decision over Gus Gardner, of Philadelphia, at the end of bix
rounds tonight. The light was Erno's
from the utart and the Issue was never
in doubt. On tlm strength of his
recent victory over .George Me.Fadden,
it was thought that Gaidner would
have a good chance with Erne, but he
pnt up a very poor fight. He was on
the defensive. During the first flvo
rounds Gardner did not average a lead
to a round, depending entirely on
(Counters, whioh  Erne blocked ulmcst
is Strong.
London. March 21. ���Although the
betting on the annual Oxford-Cambridge race, which takes plaoe tomorrow, is three to one in favor of tbe
Cambridge crew, tbo Oxford oarsmen
latterly have improved o.iough to
promise a better struggle tban the
prophets anticipated.
Both crews finished their heavy
work this morning and went to see
the Queen's club this afternoon to
witness the anuual field sports between the two universities. There are
two Americans, D. Milburn and Mil-
burn of Buffalo, in tho Oxford boat.
Tbey bave shown good form throughout their training.
Fronts of Several Handsome Private
Residence Sink From Excavations,
New York, March 21.���Park avenue
today was again the seeno ol au accident which while it entailed no loss
of life, caused a property loss of considerable proportions The brown
stone fronts of several four-story private houses on tlie east side of tbe
avenue sunk into the earth on acciunt
of undermining of tho foundations by
excavations for the Rapid Transit
tunnel. The financial loss was estimated at $75,000 to S100,000.
Survey     to   Be   Made  For    Railway
Across Vancouver Island.
Victoria. March 21.���The steamer
Prineess May will make her flrst trip
to Skagway leaving hero on Marcli
30th. She will be commanded by Capt.
Joseph Gosse.
Capt. Davis has been appointed to
thc command of tho tug Tvo.
The ship Carnarvon Hay lett Glasgow on Tuesday with general cargo
for Vietoiia. She is tbe sixth Bbip oo
tlic way from the United Kingdom for
Victoria with cargo.
Tbo steamer Alki called here tonight and loaded tbo sections and
engines and boilets of two steamers
built hu.e, to . be transported across
White Pass to tbo Upper Yukon.
Tho provincial government ha
promised to survey the country
through t'ne Cowiohan valley to the
west coast of the island with tho view
of securing the construction of a
London, March 21.���Lord Francis
Hope was granted a divorce tbis
rooming on the ground of lho misconduct of his wife, (May Yohe) with
Putnam Bradley ..strong,of New York.
New York, March   21.���The   Ottawa
Hockey club defeated the   Now   York
Hockey club tonight at the St. Nicholas rink by a score of 4 to 3.
Yarmouth, N.S.. March 21.���A steel
bridge   120 feet   long at (level's Falls
was swept away by the freshet today.
London,     March   21.���The   annual
chess mutch between Oxford un-1 Cambridge today resulted In a draw   with
3 1-2 games lor each side.
Tbe blockade of mails, which commenced a week ago Friday was partially broken yesterday by the arrival
of a few letters rom Eastern Canadian
points. Thore wero only 20 letters in
the lot all told. Last night howovor,
Postmaster Gibson received a wire
lrom Spokane announcing that five of
the belated trains had arrived there
between (1 and 7 p.m. lie expects a
good many hundred pounds of eastern
mail matter and doubts if lhe post-
office will be large enough to bold it
all. 'lho blockade was caused by one
of the severest snovvstoims known io
many years. The snowfall was so
deep that it was impossible to keep
the tracks clear. It extended from
Glendive, Mont., to St. Paul, Minn.,
and both the Great Northern and
Northern Pacific, were involved and
"tailed trains were buried in the snow
bunks every few miles. It bas been
a good many years since these two
transcontinental lines were blockaded
for so long a time, which is good evidence of the extent and fury of tho
storm. Tlie Canadian I'ac-ilie line did
not come within the full scope of tbe
fury ol the storm and was only blockaded fcr a period of 21 hours. The
British mails airived last night by
nay oi Rcvelbtoke and Airow lulus.
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Nklson   Dailv Miner,   Saturday,   March 22,  1902
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The open season in cenruencing and
may be seen in the opening buds and
the crocuses bursting through tbe
ground iD the gardens around the city
and soon these signs ot' spring mill
be followed by birds and flowers. As
we are an athletic people the thoughts
of the young naturally turns to foot
hall, baseball, lacrosse, boatiog and
fishing. Nelson has a number ot
promising utblete3 aud if they are
properly trained and organized
should make records foi thooiselves
during the present year.
A football team is alieady - being
assembled for the purpo-e of meetiug
lhe football team of Cranbrook next
week. This team should be strengthened ajid frequent practices should be
held s-j that it may bo in condition to
meet and defeat all comers. The
lacrosse team should be reorganized
for the season's games. It already
has some speedy players and with
practice it should be able to defeat
anything that Rossland, 'irand Forks,
Greenwood, Phoenix, Cranbrook or
l-'eniic may be able to get together. A
strong effort should be made to organize a first class baseball team tbis
year. Rossland has practically recovered from the effects of the strike and
should put a team in the field. At
least ono anti perhaps two ' teams
should be formed in the Boundary
country, and a Kootenay baseball
league, similar to that which formerly
existed, could bo formed. The regatta
of the Nelson bout club, wnich is to
ne held this summer, will put the
local oarsmen on tlieir mettle and the
getting into condition for the several
contests should be commenced at once.
The Nelson scullers should see to it
that tiie prizes are not carried off by
the visitois from Portland, Seattle.
Vancouver and Victoria.
Iu view of the formation of the
Tourist association it is important
that the several branches of outdoor
sports be brought to a higli standard.
The various clubs and sporting organizations should do all thut they can to
aid the Tourist association in carrying
out its objects They can and will
provo a tower of strength to the Tourist association as they can aid in
entertaining the strangeis while tbey
are within our gates. Every effort
should, therefore, be m <do tu encourage and foster the athletic organ
izations of tbu citv and district.
Besides the entertain i ent of both
the residents and visitors outdoor
pastimes and sports are oi the utmost
benelit to those wbo participate ir
them, as tbey develop the muscles,
improve the health :.nd strengthen
self relianco. Hie ancient Greeks,
who worshipped the body, anil wbo
havo left their mark in tbe history
and litoraturo of the worla, regarded
the training of the muscles and
tbe compititioriH in the publio
games as of paramount importance.
It was strength of body that gave
them strength of mind to produce the
opics of Homer, the orations of Derao-
Bt'.iencs, the Athenian orator, and
which enabled I'raxitilics to carve
tho   Canidiau   Venus   and   his   other
matchless sculpture.
Uritish Columbia seems to he
awakening to the fact that it is a
d- suable field for tourists to exploit.
Ass.jeiations are being formed at the
Coast and in Kootenay for the purpose
of cultivating the tourist trade, and if
our freak Legislature does not block
their efforts by putting a tux upon
tourists this province may yet become
u Mecca fir globe trotters, says the
New Denver Ledge. For scenery llritish Columbia is cot surpassed oc this
planet, and its climate, always mild,
is a Paradise during that part of tbe
year when a white collar "ills in   the
south a-.d east. The fishing and hunt
ing is par excellence, aud the scenic
beauties of river, lake, valley and
mountain are magnificent enough to
enthuse the dullest soul, or drive an
artist iuto a delirium of joy. It is
enly a matter of a few years until
all tiie intelligent woild will ring
with the praises of this wonderful
province wbich our legislators seem so
eager to give away to rail-vay fiends.
California is a notable example of
what can be done in the tourist line-
Los Angeles io built in a desert, yet
its population has in a decade increased from 50,000 to over 100,000 princi-
daly through the tourist trade, for a
very small city would answer the
natural reqniremnts of that section.
The city is 10 miles from the sea, and
its climate, aided by the liberal use of
printer's inks bas made it what it is
today. Huge hotels have been erected
all ovor Southern California to accommodate the vast trade. Iu Los Angeles
another hotel costing $3r>U,u00 has re-
centy been opened. Pasadena, a city
of 10,000, has two hotels capable of
holding nearly 1,000 ptople, aod providing for them iu a style that is hard
to beat in New York. At Coronado
beach, near San Diego, is tu be found-
tbe largest seaside hotel in the world,
while that little beauty spot, Santa
Barbara, with only 8,000 population is
building an hotel that will cost not
far from a million dollars. In dozens
of places can be found large hotels
tilled to the roofs wilh guests from all
over the uuiverse. The service at these
hotels is of the best, proving tbat the
men catering to tbe trade understand
their business. Good hotels are abso-
lutey necessary in order to acquire
and hold the custom of moneyed people. Except in the winter time
Southern California could not compete
with this province if we were
equally equipped with hotels aud the
world was aware of.it. One can be
obtained with money and printer's
ink will do the rest. Let us set our
light upon the mountain top and give
the cellar a long rest.
Those wbo are interested in higher
education will learn with pleasure
tbat Trinity University, of Toronto.
Ont., has offered an annual scholarship to residents of British Columbia.
The Scholarship will consist cf $100
in cash and tbree years' free tuiticn,
making its total value $250. Thc
work of the entrance examination for
which this scholarship is offered is
very similar to that required by the
educational depaitment of British
Columbia fur the intermediate exaini
uation. The scholarship is offered for
general proficiency or highest average
on examination, the only condition
being that tbe high .standing be roain-
taind throughout the course, and
that at least five students enter the
competitiou. The time, place and
conditions ol thu examination will be
made public at a later date. As llritish Columbia has nc university of its
own it is compelled to rely on those
of other provinces for the higher euu-
cation of her bright sons and
Trinity University has a high standing and t'-Oie who pass through it are
well fitted for any career which they
may elect to follow, The generosity
of the university should he appreciated and it is hoped tbat many ul
the scholars of the province will take
udvantage of the offer so kindly made,
In the hurly burly of subduing the
wilderness and the conquest of the sea
of mountains the people oi tbe province have overlooked the important
questlou of establishing a provincial
university. Tbis is too important a
matter to be much longer delayed and
should receive the immediate attention
of the legislators. Some provision
should be made for the establishment
of a fund so that at tbe earliest possible moment the university tray be
established and maintained. It is
uot justice tu the rising provincial
generation, who will soon take the
place of the present generation, that
they should be less equipped with
higher knowledge tban their contemporaries of tiie other provinces of the
Dominion. If this is tho ease they
will he at considerable disadvantage
when pitted, as they ��ill be, against
those who are better infoimed than
they ure���uuless we provide them with
a university and at least givo them an
opportunity to get into the higher
branches of the great tree of
We wish to call your attention to our immense
stock of
Spring and Summer Staple Goods
and Novelties
In making our selections this season we have endeavored to choose a stock which will please the most delicate
tastes. Vou will find the finest assortment of both Imported and Domestic goods in the country. New goods
arriving daily.
ludson's Bay Co.
Asthmalene Brings Instant Relief and Permanent Cure in all Cases.
WHITE YiSI It SAME AMI Allllitf.ss ntiHV.
Ottmar Mcrgecthaler devoted tho
greater portion of bis life to tnein ven-
tion and perfection of the type setting
machine known as the linotype. It is
one of the marvels of an age of
mechanical wonders, and would bave
beeu sufficient to give fame and fortune to any single individual. Shortly
before Mr Merganthaler died, however, lie perfected a machine that is
capable of turning out strawberry
boxes at the rate of 1,200 an hour or
ia,00ij per day.   By moving levers and
rews the machine can be so changed
that it will make peach baskets.grape
baskets, or whatever style of baskets
the manufacturer may desire. It is
almost as wonderful a piece of
mechanism as the linotype. j
There is iioth ing like Asthmalene. It
brin rs instant relief, even in t e worst
oases.   It cures wheu all else fails.
The Rev. O F. WELLS, o Villa Ridge,
111. .says: "Your trial bottle of Asthmalene received in good condition. [ cannot
teli you how thankful I feel for the good
derived from it. I wns a slave, chained
with putrid sore throat and asthma for ten
years. I despaired of ever being cured. J
saw your advertisement for the cure of
this dreadful and tormenting disease, Asthma, and thought you had pverspoken
yourselves, but resolved to give it a trial.
To my astonishment the trial acted like a
charm.    iS^nd me a full size bottle.
Lawrence Hardware Go.
The Fishing season is now open and we invite our friends an d patrons to
inspect our large and complete stock of
Rods, Reels, Casts, Flies, Fly Books, Lines, Fishing Baskets, Trolling Spoons
Guns and Ammunition
ftbelRosalBank of Ganafca
Inlillall Aulhurlz.nl,
Incorporated 1869.
fts.oou.ouo.iio 1 capital raiti.nr,    ,   .   .    sa,ooo,o<Ki.(>9
IL'oU ���MOa.Mt.M
Thomas Rltobie,  Vloe-Prosldonb
Board of Director*     Thomas K. Konny,  President
Wllev Smith, 11. Q. Hindu, lien. David MaoKeon.
Ili.nl Oflice, Halifax 1
Ueneral Manager, Kil-nn U Pease, Montreal.
Superintendent ol Branches, and Secretary, W. B. Torrance, Halifax,
llniiir li m I
Nova   Hrotla��� Halifax   Branch,   Antlironi��r.
Brid��ewator, Guystmro. Londonderry, Lu -
ouburtf. Maitland (Har.w Co.l, Plctoii. Port
Hawkesburj-, 8yduey. Hhubenacaulo.Truro
New    Itruuswlck ��� flathurfii,     DornhOHter,
Fredericton, Kingston ili-.il  Go.), Mono-
ton, Nowcastlo, Sackville Ht, John.WoodsUKjk-
P. E. lili.ua���Charlottetowu, Sumuiorside.
(Jiiebfc-Montroal, (City (Office), Montroa
West Knd (Cor. Notre Dame and Sela-
neu-s Streetell westanottnt (Cor. Qreeno
Avonne and St. Catharines Streot,
Newfoundland���St, John's.
iiilm. Went Indie*���Havana.
United State*���Now York (111 Mxehacgo Plaon
Republic, Wash.
Grand   Furfcs, Nanaimo,   Nelson,   Rossland,   Vancouver,
Vancouver East End, Victoria.
Correspondents t
Canada-Merchants Bank of Canada.   Boston��� Nationa   Shawmut Bank,   C'lilearo-IUlnofr
1 rust and Savings Bank,   gun Frenetics���First National Bank.   London,   Eng.-Bank  of
Scotland.   Paris, t'rnnce-Credit Lrommis.   Bermnda-Bank of Bermuda.   China nud Japan���Hong Kong and Shanghai Bonking Corporation.    Spokane���Old National Bank.
Oeneral Banking Business Transacted; Starling Bills of Exchange   Itouzb
and Sold, Latter* of  Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable termB.   Interest allowed 00 specia
deposite and on Saving Bank accounts,
Geo. Kydd. Manager, Nelson, B.C.
Kev, Or. Morris Wccnsler,
Rabbi of the Oong. Bnai Israel,
Nkw Yokk, Jan, 3,1901
Dk. Taft Bros. Mbdicinb Co.,
Gentlemen : Your Asthmalene is an
excellent remedy for ABthma and Hay
Fever, and its composition alleviates ell
troubles which combine with Asthma.
Its success is astonishing und wonderful.
After having it carefully analyzed, we oan state that Asthmalene contains
no opium, morphine, chloroform or ether.   Very truly yours,
Avon Springs, N. 1, Feb. 1, 1001.
Drs. Taft Bnos. Medicine Co.
Gentlemen : I write this testimonial from a sense of duty, having tested the
wonderful effect of your Asthmalene, for the cure of Asthma. My wife has
been afflcted with spasmodic asthma for tlir- past 12 years. Having exhausted
my own skill as well as many others, 1 chanced to Bee your sign upon your
windows on 130 th street, New York, I at onoe obtained a boltle of Asthmaleno.
My wife commenced taking it about the first of November. I very soon noticed
a radical improvement. After using one bottle her Asthma has disappeared
and she is entirely free from all symptoms. I feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are afflicted with this distressing disease.
Yours respeotfiilly, O. D. PHELPS, M. D.
Dn. Taut Bbos, Medicine Co, Feb. 5,1901.
Gentlemen : I was troubled with Asthma for 22 years. 1 have tried numerous rernadies, bnt they have all fuiled. I ran across your advertisement and
started with a trial bottle, I found relief at onoe. I have since purchased your
full sized bottle, and I am ever grateful. I have a family of four children, and
for six years wns nnable to work. I am now in the best ot health nnd am doing
business every day.   This testimony you can make such use of as yna see fit.
Home address, 235 Rivington street, S. RAPHAEL,
07 East 129th St,,New York Oity.
Do not delay.   Write at once, addressing  DR   TAFT BROS, MEDICINE
OO., 79 Eaat 130th St., N. Y. City.
Sold by All Druggists.
The tonsorial establishment of J. H.
Matheson and the basement shop of
McMahon and Gardner have consolidated and are now doing business
next door to the Bodega saloon, where
they wiil be pleased to meet old and
now customers.
For llrst-clasa leather write
B. C Leather Co.
Vancouver, B, C.
British Columbia Agents for tho cclobrritc.d
*��� PFjfRTANW " Sole Leather, Cut Hole.* unci
Heel I'iccGH.
Harness Leathers, Bridle, Saddle nnd Skirt-
Ing Leather*, Lace J'nd liattgo Leathers, Upper Leathers of all kinds
M rtnti faoto roru of Closed U ppers of a) 1
Shoemakers' Tools and Findings, Saddlery
Hardware, Bide* and Oils,
Catalogues nnd price llfltfl on application.
Dominion and
Land Surveyor.
F. O. QBEBB        Y. 8. OUiMENTo
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
Cor. Kootenay 61 Victoria Sts. Nelson
P. O. Box H5 Telephone 201
Our New Stock is now open,
I Very Fi Pup of
The Prices Will Suit
Canada Drug and
Book Co., Ltd.
Be Sure and Get the Genuine.
| Lawrence Hardware Company |
B Scle Agents, Nelson, B. C. ~g
has been discovered on the
Similkameen   Valley   Coal     Company's
On the 15th instant I will offer for sale the Company's stock at $1.10
PER SHARE, payable $io monthly per ioo shares, A further advance
will take place on April ist.    Rush in your orders.
Nelson, B. C. Official Broker
Notico is hereby given that I Intend
to apply at the next sitting of the
bonrd of HcenBe commissioners for the
Oity of Nelson lo be held after tlie expiration of thirty days from the date
hereof, for a transfer of tha retail
liquor license BOW held by me lor the
Royal hotel, situate on Stanley street
in tho City of Nelson, on lots ;i and 4,
block 811, subdivision of lot 95, group
1, West Kootenay district to Sol Johns,
nf 1110 City of Nelson,
Witness: I). A. McFarland.
Dated this 27th day of February,
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
Prom St. John, N. B.
Allan Lino Paitauui March 'jit
Allan Uno Corinthian April 5
Beaver Lino Luke Superior .1 April 11
Beaver L-no Garth CurJiK- April 2o
Allau Line steamers call at Halifax two days
Frcm Portland*
Dominion Line C'alifornlan April 13
Dominion Line Colonian April 2(1
From New York
Cunard Lino Oampania March 29
Cunard Line Umbria April ,j
White Star Lino Teutonic March 21
White Star Line. Ocnnnie. April   2
American Line Philadelphia Maroh 86
Amerioan Line8t Haul, .-...April 2
lied Slur Line Merion March 2_
Kod Star Line Haverlord April 1��
Contincn'al Hailing of French, North German Lloyd. H. A. P. and Italian Lines on application.
HATES���Saloon fares $12.50, and upwards
Pteond $35 and upwards according to steamer
aid location of berth. Steerage quoted on application. Prepaid par-sages from Kngland and
the continent at lowest rates.
City AKt. Nolsou.      Gon. Agont, Winnipeg
Porto Rico Lumber
Co., Limited.
Rough and
Dressed  Lumber,
Shingles, Mouldings.
A-i White Pine Lumhcr Always to
We carry a compioto stock of CohBt Floorfnr
Getting, lnhide Finish, Turned Work. Bush ano
Doom. Spouiu.1 onlor work will roeoive prompl
attention*   Mull orders solicited.
Porto Rico Lumber Co.,
Head Oflloa- Hondrvx and Vernnn Ho.. Nelson
ErewerB of Fine Lager
Beer and Porter.
JfrUoB. B. 0.
Will puy the higbent oanb prioe for all
kinds of seoonrl hand goods. Will buy
or sell auything from an anchor to a
needle. Furniture, stoves, oarperts,
cookiug utensils, bought in bouaobold
quantities. Also oast off clothing.
Oall and ece me or write. Address
Silver King Mike, Bo* UOO. Hril
Street, Nelson,  K. C.
Real Estate Fire and Life Insurant*
Monoy to Loan.
Houses to Rent in a'l parts of tn��
City. See list at entrance to our
offices, next to McArthur's Furniture store. Nelson   Daily Minsk, Saturday, March 22, 1902
C. D. Maughau, of tbe Goldsmith
Stock Co., of Toronto, is a guest at
the Phair.
Rev. A. W, McLeod, of Kaaloops,
will conduct both services in the Baptist church on Sunday. His Subject
for the morning will be Nearness to
God, and for the evening sermon', The
Eternal Word of Christ.
Miss Eleannor Hopkins, of tbis
city, bas received an appointment to
the nursing staff of the Royal Columbian Hospital, New Westminster, and
expects to enter upon her new duties
in a few days Miss Hopkins has
made many friends during her stay in
Nelson, who will regret her departure.
Yesterday the sun crossed the equator and the first day of spring was as
changeable as could be desired, rain,
snow, sleet, hail and sunshine alternating, although there was but little
of the latter. In the evening tbe
weather cleared off and a sharp frost
ended twenty-fonr hours of unusual
More green goods cicrulars have
heen received in the eity this week by
several business men,giving the usual
flowery promises as to the immense
profits to be made by buying these
goods, and also urging the recipients
to stick at no means at all to secure
the cash necessary to huy tbo goods
with, as the returns will be so large
and prompt.
Slops the Cougll
anil Works uO* lhe (old.
Laxative Bromo-Qninine Tablet* cure   a cold
n ono d*v.   NoCure. noPay.   Price 25 cents.
The train from Proctor yesterday
ran over a boulder in the big cand out
to the east of the city, derailing one
coaoh and breaking a truck and a
number of brakebeams. Tho train
was only delayed an hour through tbe
mishap. Thc Spokane Falls train in
the afternoon was also delayed,
through the engine leaving the tracks
iu the yards at the Dridge over Cottonwood creek, but no damage was
The Cottonwuod creek flume which
was put in by the C. P. R. and was
moved out of place by the creek getting unuer the bed, has again been
placed in proper shape. The heaviest
portion of the work yet remains tc be
done, however, fiat uf extending it
under the bridge at Baker street,
where there will be very little room
to handle the timber, unless the creek
is first conveyed through a false Hume
on a higher level.
Ivan A. Edson, the retiring manager
of the nume hotel, was the recipient
of a handsome present on Thursday
evening, on the eve of his depaiture
for Ferguson. It was a testimonial o'
J. Fred Hume, and the employees of
the hotel and consisted of a handsome
solid gold chain and obarra The presentation was made at the request of
the employes by W. Q. Browne, who
made a neat speech in which he told
of the pleasant relations which existed between Mr. Edson and the employees since he became connected
with the Hume, and of the deservedly hign esteem with which he was
held by everyone and wishing him
success iu his new field of endeavor in
Ferguson, where Mr. Edson is embarking in the hotel business. Mr.
Edson was So taken by surprise that
he could soarcely reply, but said ht
was very grateful for the presents and
promised to carry the tokens of friendship as long as he lived,and concluded
hy heartily thanking his friends Mr.
Edson and wife left last evening for
More Frequent Than Tobacco Hearts
Coffee drinking frequently affects
the heart and many caseB of heart
trouble aro relieved or entirely cured
by leaving off coffee and taking on
Postum Food Ooffee.
A good illustration is tha!" of a lady
who says, "I was troubled, for many
yeais, with my heart and at times
would become unconscious. The
children have many timeB run for the
neighbors to come in and restore me
by putting my leet in hot water and
rubbing me.
Dr Short frequently told me that
coffee was a poison to rae and was
really the cause of my weak heart. I
could not do without the coffee
though, hut finally the doctor told me
it was certain death if I did not give
it up. This was about five years ago
and I changed from coffee to Postum
Food Coffee. My heart trouble gradually disappeared and now I am entirely well, have never used a particle of
coffee since my flrst oup of Postum.
I gave a little Postum to a lady
lrieud one day to take home and try.
She reported that she did not line it
at all. I found she boiled it only five
minutes, so I gave hei some more and
told her to boil it 20 minutes. That
was different. She has been using
Postum now a long time,
F It cured her daughter of liver
trouble,restored her fresh, pretty com-
ilexion   and   cured the  mother  from
rjjdache,   from   whicn   she  suffered
the   0'o'y'"    Mrs-   M-   DouBlnse'  607
���, Elkhart, ind.
\    MINING NEWS.    |
T.L Lindsay,who has been working
the Alice aod Zuni on Spring creek,
was in town Tuesday on his wBy to
Spokane, says the Kuotenaian. He
reports everything looking well at the
property. The Alice and Zuni are
owned by the Silver Crown Mining
and Milling company, oi Spokane.
The property bas been worked steadily
for some time past, tbe woik being
confined to development of the claims,
but has been suspended till spring.
Mr. Lindsay left yesterday for Spokane to see the principals in his company and make arrangements for
carrying on extensive development
work in the spring. Tho propcity is
located on Spring creek, near tho
Carbonate No. 2, upon which a strike
of very rich ore was made recently.
Some of the ore going as high as 000
ozs aud 70 per cent, lead, but an average gives about 200 ozs. and 70 per
cent. Iu the Spring creek basin aie
several other properties wbich have
good showings of ore. Between tho
Alice aud Zuni and the Caronbate No.
2, are tbe Texas, which has been under
bond once and has had considerable
work done; the Fourth of July, the
Salem and San Antonio, which were
crown gianted recently and the Carbonate. Further up in the Jackson
basin, across a low ridge we fiud the
Sunset, Echo and Alameda, all of
which has been worked very extensively and have good showings. In
this basin is one of tbe oldest loeu-
tloans in the district, the U.S., owned
by Wm. Sndrow, who recently died in
Sandon. The Spring creea basin when
fully developed, will undoubtedly
prove to hava some of tbe viehest
mines in the country within its
Messrs. A. Campbell, W. Campbell
and V. L. Tway, locatjd a claim on
the railroad slope ten minutes walk
from town, says the Kootenaian.
They have been working ou it constantly ever since and have developed
a vein of silver lead oie from 14
inches to two feet in width,which has
widened at least one foot in going
down six feet. They bave received no
assay reurns as yet, but many people
who have examined the ore, thins it
will return excellent values. The
whole vein will average about fortv
per cent, metal with considerable
clean ore among it. Being within
fifty ieet of Kootenay lake and on tbe
right of way of the A. K. railway,
the cost ol shipping it will be small
in comparison to ore situated in the
hills. The vein is widening so fast
that they expect to encounter a large
ore body soon. The character of the
ore in comparison with other ores of
known values, would indicate that it
is not very low grade. So we confidently expect it to prove to be a valuable property in the near future.
Returns have been received on the
five tons of ore recently shipped by S.
Cooper and J. Aitchison from the Pay-
streak claim, on Twelve Mile creek:
The figuies were better than expected,
yielding $30 in gold and 85 ozs. silver
per ton. Tne lessees express their intention of returning to the property
and continjing development, as the
above returns give excellent wages
Slocan Drill.
The drift on the Combination olaim,
east of Slocan City, says the Drill, is
in 30 feet and has mineral sprinkled
across the breaBt. Some shipping ore
is coming iu. When the frost comes
out ol the ground, the owners will
ground Bluice tbe lead olose to the
The Dutch boys who have been developing prospects at the head of
Davis creek have bonded two groups
to Spokane parties fcr JG5.000. The
groups lie on both sides of the divide
between Davis creek and Whitewater
During the week M. Cameron's
pack train has been busy bringing
down ore from the Duplex to the railway at Lemon siding, says the Slocan
Drill. There will he between seven
and eight tous in the shipment.
The full face of the breast of the
drift on the Silversmith one of tbe
Slocan Star group, is in ore. A tram
is to be built between the Silveismith
and the star mill.
The shipments from Slocan City
during the present week were 100
tons, 80 from the Arlington and 20
from tbe Enterprise.
Chas. Dempster says he will return
to Slocan in April,to open up development on the Sapphire group, Twelve
Mile creek.
L. S. Williams with a force of men
ia working on the Great Britain
London, March 21.���Lead ��11 10s.
New Y'ork, March 21.���Close���Bar
silver 54 o; Mexican dollars 43 1-4.
Copper   dull,   Lead quiet.
..,.    THE ALABASTINE CO., Limited
FOR ^ESRSBSy^ ���-,*���?". :��-*���, "������;,-' yrruHuuK
S^E ^^^S^^t^^fciRCULRR
BY ALL       ^%__.-X>:i-}_.;.^rJ:.'_^^    TWENTY
Advertisements inserted under this hood at
the rate of ono oe.-it a word nor lnaortlon. No
advertisement taken for lend than 25 oents.
Situation Wanted advertisements inserted
threo times free of oharKe.
FOR    SALE   or   Rent���House, Silica
street, will sell  or rent,   furnished;
all conveniences.    C. E.  Miller.
FOR SALE��� Eggs for hatching from
Barred Plymouth Rocks and Pekin
Ducks; choice stock. Strawberry
placts. John Houghton, Crawford
FOR SALE CHEAP- -$850 each, will
bny two well finished cottages 22x24
on Gore street, between Ward and
Josephine. Terms easy, for further
particulars call at Miner offlce.
FOR SAcE���The Nelson Cafe, the
finest restauiant in the Kootenays,
best location, 25 nicely furnished
rooms in connection. Tho best business proposition in the district today,
for full particulars write Nelson Cale,
Box 225, Nelson B.C.
FURNISHED rooms with   or without
board.     Apply    on   Silica   street,
second door west of Ward.
Applv   to   Mrs F. J. Squires, Room
40, K. W. O. block.
3. H. LOVE,
Nelson Employment Agency,
P. O. Box 405. Phone 278.
Wanted.���Two    deckhands.       Girl
for       Housework.       Woman   Cooks.
LUST���On   Tuesday   evening between
Bodega saloor and C. P. B. station,
$40 in $10 bills.     Finder   will   be rewarded on returning same to Miner.
WANTED���Shingle   Packor.     J.     A
HELP of all kinds wanted and
furnished. Western Canadian Employment Agency. Large warehouse
for" storage; call at Prosser's Second
Hand store, Ward stect.
MEN WANTED���On     Crow's       Nest
Southern   Ry.     Oood   wages,   long
job   Headquarters, Elko,   B.   C.     A.
Guthrie St Co.
DO YOU Need Your Clothe^ Pressed
or Cleaned? If you do make a call
at the City Cleaning and Prassing
Parlors. Your clothes well kept in
ex:ellont repair and v ill be sent for
and delivered tu any part of the city
for $1.50 per mouth, allowing one
suit per week. Any work you may
have, give roe a trial. A. L. Hays,
Broken Hill Block, Nelson, B, C.
WANTED���A   Nurse,   apply between
11   a. m.   Bnd   12   o'clock, to Mrs.
Thoburn   Allan,    West   end   Victoria
N. M. CuuimiiiB, LiGHBoe���Every knowr
Variety o( yoft drlnkfl, V O Box 88. Tolephon
No. 'il. Hoover Struct, NeUon. Hottlora of th
ftiUioUH Sl. Leon Hot Spring" Mineral Wator
A MACDONALD Be Co.-Cornor Fron
��� and Hall Stroetei���Wholesale grocer
and jobbers lu blankets, gloves, uiitta, boot>
rubbei'd. iiiaekinawn and miners' jundnea.
P   BURNS Be Co.���Baker Street, Nelson-
���   Wholesale doalors iu Irosh a      cum
meat*.   Cold Storage.
Bakor Streot, Nelson���Wholesale dea
ers in frorih and cured meats.
,i   Streot,   Nelson ��� Wholesale  dealara ir
bardwaro, miners' supplier!, sporting goods
M'LACHLAN BROS. Baker Stroot; Nelson,
B, O.,���Dealers in general harhwurc,
mining supplies glass, paiits, 1'ortiand Corn; nt, nre clay and Scotch tire brick. Agonts
for Wilkins and Co.'s celebrated hteoi wire rope
paints, oils and glaiis; mechanics   tools
Fishing Tackle and Spoiling Goods a specialty
mURNBR, BEETON & Co.-Corner Vernon
JL and Josephine Streets, Nolsou���Wholesale dealers In liquors, cigars, and dry goods
Agents for Pabst Browing Co. of Milwaukee
and Calgary Brewing Co of Calgary.
UDBON'8 BAY Co.-Wholesale grocorio
and liquors etc., Baker street., Nelson.
Ofllce uornBr Hall aud H'ront Streets
Melson���Lumber, oeiluig, flooring, and overy
thing- In wood for building purposes. Get oui
pricos.   Correspondence solicited.
T     A.   MpONALD,      Agent   Hazelwood
Dairy Co. Ice Cream.
Foster Crafts,of Charles'own, Mass.
write home as soon as you ean as
financial interest await you tbere.
Very important,,   I. F. Crafts.	
ENGINEERS, Firemen, Machinists
and KTectricians send for 40-page
pa'upblet containing Questions asked
by examining board of engineers to
obtain engineer's licence. Address
Geo. Zeller, publisher, IS S 4th St.,
St. Louis, Mo'.,  U.S.A.
Parties wishing Golf or any stockings
knitted or footed oan have them done by
applying   on   corner   of     Ward   an
Victoiia street, opposite postoilice.
Xooteaay Railway  and Na-
Company, Ltd.
Shortest and qulckost route to tho east and ai
points on Oie O. R. Be N. and Northern P��
ciflc Railways in Washington, Oregon and
Southern States.
Time Card Effective Nov. 10. 1901
Kaslo & Slocan Ry-
8:30 a. m.Lv. 'Kaelo Ar. 4:00 p.m
10:55 p.m. Ar. Bnudon Lv. 1:46 p. m
Int Nav- & Trading Oo
6:00 p. m. Lv. Nolson Ar. 10:30 a. m.
9:10 p. m. Ari liaslo Lv. 7:00 a. m.
Connecting at Five Mile Point with Nolson
& Fort "hoppard Railway both to and from
Kossiand, oto.
Tickots sold to all parts ln United Stato* and
Canada via Groat Northorn and O. It. SC N
Co.'B lines.
Ocean steamship  tickets and rates vl   a
linos will lie furnished on application.
For further particulars call on or address
u��T,,iiror, Kaslo.B, C
G. K. Taok.vbubv Anent. Nelson B. O.
Under and by virtue of the powers
contained in a certain mortgage whicb
will be produced at the time of sale,
thero will be offered for sale by public
auction, by S. P. Tuck, Auctioneer,
at his oflices, Ward Btreet, Nelson, B.
O., on Monday tbe ?th day of April,
1902, at the hour of eleven o'clock ID
the forenoon, the following  property:
Lot numbered twenty-two (22), in
Blook numbered sixty-eight (08), of
the city of Nelson, British Columbia,
sub-division lot ninety-five (OS),group
one (1), Kootenay District, according
to the official plan or survey.
The property is situate on Vernon
Stroet, and known aa tbo "Occidental
For terms and ccnditii ns of sale
apply to,
Burns   Block,    Haker   Street,  B.   C,
Solicitors for the Mortgagee!,
Finest and Best Bar ln the City.
The best Brands of Liquora
and Cigars.
$1.00 AND $1.50 PES DAY
JOSEPH HARWOOD.   -   Proprietor
West Kootenay Butcher Co,
Fresh   and    Salted   Heats
Fisn nnd Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manavhr.
K.-W.-C   Block, Ward Street, Nklson.
Orders by mail receive careful and prompt attentii n
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
With Which li Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
Paid up  Capital,   88,000,000;   Reserve   Fund,   82,OOO,0uO;
:s Over 911.1,(1011,01
B. E. WALKER, Ueneral Mana����
Aggregate  Resources Over 166,000,000
HON. GEO, A. COX, Piesident.
London Olllee: 60 Lombard Street,  B. C.
New York Olfice; io Exchange Place.
And 68 branchoa ln Canada aud thu jutted SUiUim, Including
Atlin Qrkenwood Nklkon Sandon
Ckanrrook        Kamloops Nkw Wkhtminrtkr   Vancouver
Fhrnik Nanaimo Roshla.no Victoria
UNITED STATKS���Nkw York. San Francisco, (Jkattle, Portland, Hkaowat,
Savings Bank Department.
Deposits Keeelvod and lnti-rest Allowed.   Present Kate II Pel Cent
Nelson Branch.
GRANGE V. HOLT, Manager.
$1,000 will buy cottnge containing five
rooms and two lots in Iluuie Addition ; beautiful view of the lake
from verandas.     Very easy terins.
$100   down   balance   in monthly pay
ments will buy a 6-roo mod cot-
tage, all modern improvements,
1 1-2 lots. OloSfl to linker street
and pleasantly situated. Full
particular of
R. J. STEEL, Broker, Nelson, B. C.
Manufacturers of BEST STEEL WIRE HOPE.
Tramway, Hoisting, Mining Wire Rope.
Lang's Lay for Tramways and Underground Haulage
Local Stock carried, estimates turnished.
H. E- 0B0ASDAILE Agent Holmm-	
Wholesale aod Retail Meat Merchants
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelaon, Easl.
Sandon. Three Forks, New Denver and Slocan City
Order* by mall to v>v branch will hava careful and mnmoi attention.
Close connection East and Westbound at Spokane with trains of the
Spjkane Falls and Northern Kail way,
D ieet connection ut St. Paul without change of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and all points   East and Sunt h.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 9:10 i 'm
Leaves Spokane daily ior West at 7:20 a.m
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at 8:00 pm
West-bound trains make direct connection for Victoria and Vancouver,
Portland, San i'rancisco, and all points
on the Sound.
During the Benson of navigation East
bound trains connect at Duluth with
the magnificent steamships North-West
and North-Land of theNortheru Steamship Oompany Line, operated in connection with the Great Northern Hailway.
For further information, aps, fold
ers, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Kails Sc Northern Ky., Kaslo & Hlocan
Ry., Kootei ai Railway Sc Navigation
Co., or to
City Pass, and Tkt. Agt, W 7ol  VV,
Riverside Ave,, Spokane, Wash.
G. K. TAOKABURY. Local Agent,
Nelaon.R 0
In tlic Matter uf the "Winding Up
Act" and Amending Acts and in
*ho Matter of the "Tribune Association, Limited.V
NOTICE is hereby given that by an
order of the lion. Mr. .hutice Drake,
made herein on tbe Mth dav of March,
1902, it was ordered that Friday, tho
���lib day of April, 1908, at the Injur of
eleven in the loreuoon, and the olliee
of trio Distriot Registrar of tho
Supremo Court of Rritish Loluiubiu at
Nelson, be appointed as the time and
place, fur tlic meeting of the creditors
and contrihutories of the said company for the purpose ol tbo receiving
proposals by tbe suid District
Registrar 'or the appointment ot a
proper person to be the official liquidator of the company nnd thut tbe
said District Registrar do forthwith
report the result of such meeting to
the court at Victoria and tbat Friday,
the nth day of April, l'.iOl, at tbo
hour of 10.:i0 in tile forenoon and tbo
court house, Rastiou Square, VictoriB,
before the Judge in (Jbambeis, bo
appointed the time and place for tho
consideration of the report of the result of such meeting and for such
appointment and ordur to be mado
thereon as may bo deemed expedient,
and it was ordered that notice of thc
said meeting be advertised seven consecutive limes iu "The Miner." a
daily newspaper published In Nelson,
and twice in UI3 Uritish Columbia
Dated the 17til dav of March, l'.iOO.
:i0 Langlcy Street, Victoria, B.C.
Solicitors for John Houston, tbo
petitioner heroin.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
head office toronto,   ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to a. L. UT.NNOX,  Baktr  St.
Subscriptions taken for the Nelson Daily and Weekly Miner at
publisher's prices by J. F. DEL-
ANEY, New Denver.  B. C.
nnrt trr I boi'lf. ft down, or ft barrel of
CALGARY BEER U. it I" tho t*wt and
dur.poHt on tho m:\rket. Alno try our
WINES,    LIQUORS     and    CIGARS.
Telephone ft! linker Su lultou Nblson Dail\ Minerr Saturday, March 22, tgo*
Choice Designs for
Dainty People-
The dainty colorings of this season's goods have never been
equalled. In choosing Wall Taper
yon want the prettiest and best.
Vou can get a better variety of Designs, Tints and Colors in Florals,
Stripes and Ingrains with Ceilings
and liorders to match, at our store
than anywhere else and at prices
ranging from 7c. per roll up
Booksellers. Stationers
Show Room for Mason Sc Risen pianos
" A son was born to the wife   of William Brown on Thursday, March 20.
The case of Hall vs. Lallan is a^ain
heard from as it has been set for trial
ou April 3, before Judge Leamy.
New Hats. New Hats, New Hats.���
The Wallace-Miller Co., Uo.
.The steamer International yesterday
brought in one ear of Washington ore
and two cars of Whitewater ore consigned to the Hall Mines smelter.
We have just received cut new
spring stock of Wall Paper, F. J.
llradley aud Co.
Workmen aro employed cutting the
rows of piles along tho eity wharf to
a uniform height, which will considerably improve the appearance of the
whuif fiom the water.
Anything yon want in gardening
tools at McLachlan liros.
No ore is boing brought down from
the Molly Gibson at present owing to
tbe bad state of lhe road, but as soon
as the weather improves conditions it
is expected tout shipments ot a car
day will be made.
As an Induement to buy wall papers
early, Morley and Laing will give a
special discount of 25 per cent, offl all
wall paper purchased until the end of
the month.
Bev. W. H. Barraclough, B.A.. of
Victoria, president of the B.C. Methodist conference, leaves on Monday for
the east to attend the annual meeting
cf the Transfer committee, which is
heln in Toronto on April 3.
Rain coats, umbrellas, rutbers, new
goods, iust leceived; everything with
style, quality value, you'll find hero.
���The Wallace Miller Co.,  limited.
Yesterday the principal of the public
school in the course of the Friday
afternoon talk asked the pupils their
birthplace. There are IS of them and
it was found that not one of tllsin was
born in British Columiba.
Men'b and
colored shirts
just received-
The pastor will conduct tbe service-
n the Methodist church on Sunday.
Tbe music for tbe morning will be:
Anthem, Blessed is lie Who Cometh,
(llounoc) ; quartette, The Mercy Seat
Evening : Anthem, Jerusalem, (Parker; solo, Saviour of All, by O. L
boy's shirt waists and
. latest American styles.
-The Wallace-Miller Co.
An engine blowing down on the
smelter siding about 10 o'clock last
night,caused many to think that some
accident had happened at the Uall
mines and the prolonged whistle was
a call for help. Happily none was
Don't overlook us in our new quarters opposite Miner otlice, Ward street.
Conl and wood, West Transler Co.
Improvements are being made in the
Hotel Hume wbijh will increase the
number of rooms available for guests
to a Considerable extent. The management finds that the iiccommodiitior
has recently been too small for tin
Ston now. think it over, better ex
amine our shoe stock���The Wallace-
Miller Co., limited.
A rancher from Slocan Junction
yesterday lett Nelson with two horses
whieh he had purchased here and
which be intcned to talie along the
trail till opposite tlie crossing near
Slocan river where, they will be swum
across tbe Kootenay.
"Excello''the world renowned silver
polish can be used dry. At ixicLaeb-
lan Bros.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Love, of Brandon,
Man., brother and sister-in-law of 0.
Love, who was injured by tbe chain
of a steam shovel in the railway yards
last week, arrived in the city on
Thursday. The injured man is progressing most favorably.
Supplies are being shipped steacily
over the wagon road from Nelson to
the Poorman-Granite mine and also to
other properties in the vicinity. Tlie
road is in good stiape for most ot the
distance, although near the city there
are several places that need repairing.
At the record office yesterday Johu
Waldbescr recorded the Empress
claim, about half a mile south of the
I Yellowstone mine,und William Coft'oy
recorded thc Nome Fractional on Bear
creek. A certificate of work was
issued to Catherine Seed, et al, on the
Warfare claim,
James E. Koeppel bees to notify the
public th��t he has taken over the
shaving parlor ot the Hume hotel
where be will ' be glad to serve the
needs of the public in bis line. He is
skilled in all the latest styles of hair
At tbo regular meeting of tbo Sous
of England tuis week three new members were added to tbe roll, making-
twelve additions to the ledge since
the first of the year. The Nelson lodge
had made most gratifying progress
since its inception here, and now embraces a large membership of the
Englishmen of tbe city.
A letter was received yesterday by
the postmaster aud by him handed to
the chief of police from F. J. Killeen,
a police captain In New York, enquiring as to any traces of bis brother,
.Michael Killeen, a miner, wbo had
left Spokane in ls'.Hi to come here
and had not been heaid from since.
He would be about 40 years of age.
The regular meeting of the Socialistic league witb a discussion will not
be held tomorrow, naving been postponed until the following Sunday,
owing to the repahs and alterations
being made in Miners' union hall,
.vhich necessitate its being kept
dosed for some days yet. There will
be a business meeting of the club at il
p.m. in the room at the rear of the
hall. All members ate requested to
be present as there ii important business to be brought up.
Why Should You Wait
A mysterious runaway occurred or
Thursday night, no trace of those
responsible for tbe occurrence having
yet been found. Tho driver of ono of
B. T. Steeper's hacks bad driven
party home from the opera house after
the piny, and had gone inside tl
house to got warm. Ho came out five
minutes later, but no trace of the had.
or horses was to be seen. A hasty-
search revealed no signs and after
bunting around for an hour the driver
went up to the stafiles and reported
the loss, thinking at first that the
team might have made its way to th
stables. As they had not turned np
there, lanterns were secure.) and tbe
tracks of the wneols were followed up
Hall street to "Vernon along Vernon to
Josephine and up Josephine. The
trail was lost several tiiuos.bnt owing
to a peculiarity in one ot tbo hind
wheels, was each time picked up and
at au early hour in the morning the
outfit was found tangled up in th'
brush Dear the cemetery.
When you have any team work or
want coal or wood call up 33 West
Transfer Co, olliee Ward street, opposite Miner olliee.
Until you are old to wear glasses ?
If your eyesjare defective why
not have them attended to at
once and preserve what you
'have for later
Patenaude Bros.
Baker St.
Nelson. B. C.
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��g   Our customers and friends are invited to our
A nery opening on Tuesday, March 25th
4 arid following day.
Milli-   ��
1       KERR ��k CO.       I
a g_
<    Baker and Ward Sts. Nelson, B. C.   i'
To enable ns to dispose of the slock of Tweeds and Woollens just purchased   at
a rate on the dollar trots B. J. Kobie,   Merchant Tailor we will for the next
ISO days give the largest discount ever given in ordered clothing.
line Fngllsn Wonted TroueerliigB, Hnde lo Order
Fine Scotch Tweed suiilnss Mnde i��> Order
line Black BngUsli Worsted Buttings nude to Order
* 0.110
Fine      American
Miller Co.
valises���The Wallace Miller
Before pltcing your order for wall
paper it will pay you to see our new
designs,P. J.  llradley and Co.
Food for
Rebuilds Brain and
A young athlete.commenting on tbe
need of well selected food to build up
a man after over-study, sajs: "Two
years ago I returned home from university with my health quite run
down from over-study and severe
athletic training. 1 needed a good rest
to put me right; but instead of taking
it, went to work in an olliee with
very confining duties.
My health grew no better; I felt
unfit for work and at night would lie
awake several hours before sleep
would come The appetite wns gone
entirely. One morning a new dish
appeared on the table. Grape-NliIs
witb cream. We all thought it an
excellent food, and 1 not only enjoyed
breakfast tbat day, but ninnet and
supper as well.
"This rather surprised me. Since that I have mado the food a regular
article of diet. I keep a box on hand at the otlice and often lunch on Drape-
Nuts and cream Instead of going home to dinner.
"Although it was ill the summer when I started tbe use of the food.it was
not long before I lrid gained If, pounds, and I know it is from tbo use of
this food that I can stand so well tho indoor work. My health is now perfect; sleep sound and enjoy ray meals but find 1 do not need to eat so much
volume of other   food while eating Grane-Nuts.
"A short time ago I thought the Grape-Nuts weru commencing to dsagree
with me, but found it was because 1 was eating moro than you recommend. I simply ate too much at aftime and more than the system required. When I returned to thu regular 'feed' of four heaping teaspoons, the
old zest for the food returned."
This young man is a member of quiet a famous family. He requests that
his mime be omitted, but the same can be furnished by application to the
Postum Cereal Co., Ltd., liattle Creek, Mich.
Prosperity Among the Farmers
Kelowna Section.
F. C. McLaughlin, of Kelowna,is in
the city on a short visit, leaving tomorrow for home. He states that in
the Okanagan valley spring was well
advanced, the fruit trees be'ng in
blossom and farming operations well
under way. The tobacco plantation at
Kelowna covers 85 seres and is proving most sucessful. Mr. McLaughlin
is enthusiastic over the climate cf the
Okanagan, which he does not think
can be beaten. Ho stiues that the valley is now all taken up, and held at a
high figure. The principal crop is
fruit, of whioh many varieties are
raised. Several fruit drying establishments have been put in nnd this industry will soon assume considerable
proportions. The great drawback to
the county at present is the roundabout way the fruit has to travel to
reach the markets, having lo travel a
long distance north to the main line
before bejng sunt east or west He
said that tbe Okanagan fiuit found a
ready market on the coast as well as
throughout the Kootenays and with
the building of a railway through he
expects to see the country there go
ahead very rapidly. Business conditions thore are very different from
those in tbe mining districts, not
being subjeot to tho sudden rises or
depressions tbat mark the other parts
of tbe province. Peaches, pears,
grapes and other fruits are raised iu
great profusion, Thero is but little
snow in winter and very dry summers, which neessitates exteusive irrigation.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.    Union Hade.
M. VINCENT, Merchant Tailor, Baker
.I.Clark, M.A., of Nelson; and on
Duties of a Teacher, by S. B.
Clement, of Slucan: and in the afternoon on Should Music Be Taught in
Our Schools,by Wilbert Elley.of Rossland; Ideal Discipline, by A. J. Dore,
ot Kaslo, and a Lesson from the
National Association, by Albert Sullivan, of Nelson. Thursday morning
will be taken up by a paper entitled,
The Recitation, by Inspector Wilson,
a question drawer and resolution iu
connection with tbo business of the
association. On Thursday afternoon
there will be Junior Arithmetic, by
D. S. Tait, of Rossland ; The Pupil I
and the Teacher, by H.A. McTaggart,
of Rossland, and an address by Rev.
Dr. Wright. Tho annual meeting of
the Teachers' association was held
last year in Nelson and this year as
well, as the teachers ,find that
Nelson is the most central place and
consequently the travelling expenses
to it are less than to any other point
in the Kootenays.
100.000 SHARES OF  C.  & G.   MINING
Limited Liability.
The annual meeting of tbe Teachers'
association for the Kootenays has
been announced to take place in the
Central school at Nelson on Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday, April 1, 1
and 3, .1. S. Brandon, B.A., of Trail,
is vice-president and acting president,
and D. N. McTavish, of Rossland.
secretary. On the meeting assembling
at 10 o'clock in the morning there
will be an address by tbe vice-president and preliminary business. At
the afternoon session beginning at 2
o'clock there will be the following
papurs: Mathematics as a Factor in
Education, by A. L. McKillop, B. A.,
a member of the school boaid of Nelson; Composition, by ti. W. Clark,
M.A., of Nelson j the Serious and
Humorous in Teaching, by Miss A.
Smith, Revelstoke, In ibe evening
the teachers of Nelson will give a private reception to the visiting teachers.
On Wednesday moining there will be
a paper on School Management, hy R.
Phair���D. 0. McGregor, Vancouver;
Mr. and Mrs C. 0. Lalonde, R. A.
C. MeNally, Rossland; I. Marter and
wife, St. Paul;;.E. T. Mclieth, St.
Paul; Thomas Weeks. Vancouver; C.
E. Maughan,Toronto; F. F. lleestead.
V ancouver        .;.
Grand Central���W. Gl.-.sson, Pilot
Bay; P. McMastcr, Vancouver; Geo.
A. Baker and wife, A. McPhee, Sandon; S. Munro, (i. E. Wright, Ymir;
M. A Heckman, Slucan City; A. E.
Caslake, Rat Portage; Miss E. Lade-
route, Revelstoke.
Hume,���D. C. McGregor, Vancouver j
E.E.Vincent, Calgary; 0. It. Bancroft, Spokane; .1. R. Nage.l, Seattle;
W. A. Lynn, Toronto; W. S. Holland,
Van couver.
Queens���J. Robinsqu, Geo. Devlin,
Seattle; G. Uiquhart, Spukaue;.H. F.
Qilmore, Grimsby.
P.artlett���H. F Rutherford, Hamilton; M. Kaprison, Portage la Prairie;
A. Wikbery, Spokane.
Aiken, N
-J.   Johnston, Eric;
11. A.
obtained in all countries
Registered Patent Attorney, Mechanical Engineer and Draughtsman. Bank of B. N A. building,
Hustings St., Vancouver, B C.
Write for full oarticulars.
Between   Ileurr   B.   Boie,    Plaintiff,
and Timothy   O'Leary,   Administrator of the Estate and  Effects of
John U,   O'Leary,   deceased,   aud
Timothy     O'Leary     and     Daniel
O'Leary, Defendants.
SEALE11 TENDERS,   addressed   to
Richard \V. Day, receiver, Nelson, B
C ,   and   marked    "Tender"   on   the
envelope,    will   he   received   by   tbe
undersigned   up to Pi   o'clock noon of
the '-'nd day of April, A. D., VM2,   ior
the purchase of one or   more blocks of
shares in the 0. and C,    Mining   company,limited liability.    100,000 shares
will be sold in blocks of 111,000 each.
The highest tenderer will receive
one block and have fiist choice, at
same priec, of as many other blocks
as he desires. The tenderers rest
highest in order will eacn according
to tbe amount of the tender he given
tbe opportunity of taking one or more
blocks at the highest tenderer's bid
and this plan will be lollowed down
the list of teuderers until all blocks
are disposed of.
All tenders must he for at least one
blocf at an amount per share and not
per block, and the highest or any
tender will not neecessanly be
A marked cheque payable to the receiver for at least 20 per tent cf the
tender for one block must accompany
eaoh tender and should the tenderer
not pay the balance within two days
after his or her tender is accepted and
telegraphic noiiee sent to the address
given in the tender this amount will
be forfeited to thc receiver and the
hhares will be re-sold. All cheques
accompanying tenders not aoeepted
will be promptly returned to the
respective unsuccessful teuderers.
The nominal pat value of each share
is $1.10 and tbe authorized capitalisation of the company in 8600,000.00.
The company was incorporated in
liiitlsh Columbia in 1800 under the
Companies Act, 18(10 and Amending
Acts. The company is said to own
the C. nnd 0. mineral claim within
the immediate   vicinity of   Rossland.
11. iu.
For further particulars apply to
-Nelson,    li,   C.,     Solicitors   lor   the
Receiver or to
Receiver, Nelson, B.C.
Dated at Nelson. 11..C.   loth March,
A.I).,  nub;
A shipment just arrived aud we
can now offer you a choice selection   ot   everything    known   as
Watches,     Clocks,    Jewels,
Souvenir floods, Etc.
We can please yon in chousing
a Wedding Present,
Fine W^tch Repairing a Specialty
���J. j. WALKER
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on haud ot
Rough and Dressed
Mouldings, "Sash Doors,
Inside Finish,
Ooast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Mill at PILOT HAY. Tarda, NELSON
and LARDO.
Seeds, Trees, Plants,
Koses, Bulbs
Agricultural  Implements, Bee  Supplies, Fruit Baskets, Fertilizers.
Catalogue Free.
M.   J.   HENRY
30oa Westminster Road, Vancouver, B. 0
Fo: domestic or steam use.
A full   supply always on
Rates to   all  railway and
lake points
General Agent,
Tel. No. 265.
Olfice���Two  doors   west
C.P.R. offices.
Fare and One-Third
On sale Mar. 27th, 28th,29th
good to return till April 2nd.
For berths, time tables, rates and full
iutut'tuu.tion  apply to   Local   Agents
Cily Agent. Nelson
J. 8. Uaktkh, M. J. Coylk
DiH.lJBHH. A(tt, A. G. P. &���
Nelson Vance are
A  \Vell-I\nnwn Toronto goutloruan tried ill
thn Catarrh cures hoard of for years; Al
lu-t .lapaneso 1 atarrli Curo removed ovory
symptom of the disease.  It euros pernia
MrW, B. Williams, of 251  Church fIicui
Toronto, writes:--''! have usodJapoesoCatarrh
( uro f ir oatarrh. uml holtovo 11 to be uu art! ilo
ofsuporlormerit,   It hasgtvon me Immediate
roller, uml oured uu; coinpletoiy of aouto catarrh, which loot troubled me foryears,   I  be
Uovo I have tried evory oilier romod; known
for oatarrh,but in oach Li'stanoo mv oatarrh returned.   II is now -onie. time sinoe being ouri <i
with Japanese Catarrh Cure, and I huve since
been free from every symptom of   lhe disease,
I oan highly recommend this remedy.' Prtoo
ftli oents, ah driitftrisis.
tor milo bv J. H. Vanstono, Nelson, B. Cl
0. GW1LUM..B.,
Late of Geological Survey of Canada.    Six years experience in B. C
mining districts.
Baker Stre��= Nelson. B. c
The Waverley Hotel
Rates $].f)0 to |1.60 per day. First
elass Meals, 2f,c. Next door to Opera
Mouse. P. O. Itox 210. Telephone 147.
Victoria St., Nelson.
About   lhat   second-hand   articlBr
yours.    You'll sell it if you'll   *tU��
Use it in Tht Miner want coin'


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