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 D4'ily Edition No.  1287
Nklson,   British  Columbia, Tuesday,   March ii, 1902
Eleventh  Year
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I tho
Gen.  Delarey   Takes    Him
and  Four of His
Stock Market and Parliament
Excited at the Infor-
_    matlon.
London, March 10.���It was announced that (lenora] Lord Methuen
and four guns had been captured by
tho Hours commanded by General
The news oame 1 ke a thunderbolt
to Loudon. The extra editions of the
evening papers giving an account of
the disaster were eagerly bought up
and hitter remarks were passod on
tho subject of the government's declaration that the war in South Africa
was over. The news camo too late to
8ffect the business on the stock exchange, but excited curb dealings
quickly followed the closing, in which
South Arioans slumped heavily.
Tbe news caused excitement in the
niino market. Shares were offered
freely at first, but by ti o'clock the
excltemont had abated and the curb
tone hardened. The news v as received in tlie House of Commons amid
great excitement. The reading or
Lord Kitchener's telegram by the
war secretary, Mr. Broderick, was
listened to io deep silence which was
broken by loud Irish cheers. Instantly there wero cries of "Shame,
shame,'' from the government
benches. Then the Irish mem bers
seemed to think better of their outbreak aud suddenly susidecl. The subsequent eulogistic references to General Methuen were roceived with
The text of Lord Kitchener's
oespatch announcing the capture of
Goneral Methuen is as follows:
Pretoria, Saturday, March 8.���I
greatly regret to have to send you
bad news of Methuen. IIo was moving
with 900 mounted men under Major
Paris, 800 infantry and four guns and
a pom pom from Wynburg to Lichten-
hurg and was to meet Orenfell with
1,200 mounted men at Riversfontein
today. Yesterday morning early he
was attacked by Delarey's force between Twebosch and Palinietknill.
The Rncrs charged on three sides.
Five hundred and fifty men havo
come in at Maribogs and Kraaipan.
Thoy wore pursued by tho Boers for
four miles from the scene of tho
action. They report that Methuen
and Paiis, with ihe guns, baggage,
etc., were captured by the Boers.
Methuen when last seen was a prisoner. I have no details of tho casualties and I suggest delaying publication till I can send definite news. I
think this sudden revival of activity
ou the part of Delarey is to draw off
the troops pressing Dewet.
In a second despatch dated Sunday,
Maroh 9th, Lord Kitchener says:
"Paris has come in at Kraaipan, with
the remainder of tlie men. He reports
that tlio column was moving in two
parties. One,with thc ox wagons, left
Twebosch at 3 p.m. the other with the
mule wagons, startod an hour later.
Just before dawn the Hoors attacked.
Before reinforcmonts could reach
them, tho rear guard bioke. In the
meantime a largo number of Roers
galloped upon both ilanks. Those a I
first wero checked by the Hank parties
DM the panic and stampede of tbe
mules had begun and all the mule
wagons with a terrible mixture of
mounted mon lushed past tbe ox
wagons,and efforts to check them wero
unavailing, Major Paris collected a
party of men and occupied a position
a mile in front of tho ox wagons
whioh wore then halted. Aftor a gallant but useless defense the enemy
rushed into the ox wagons and
Methuen was wounded in the thigh.
1'Mris,being surrounded,surrendered at
10 a.m. Methuen is still in the Boor
The follows the number ol casualties. The killed include Lieuts. 0.
J. Venning and T. P. W. Ncsbatn, of
the Royal Artillery, who were both
killed while serving their guns with
case shot. As Lord Kitchener announced that Major Paris had surrendered and also telegraphed that he had
reached Kraaipan with the icmaindor
vt   his   men,   it would  seem that thc
Rocis subsequently released tho major
and his companions. General Methuen
was wounded in the thigh. Three
British officers and 330 men were
killed, fivo officers and 72 men were
wounded One oulcor and :.'0'1 men are
missing. The light occurred before
dawn of Maroh 7 between Wynburg
and Lichenburg, Orange rivtr coloDy.
Tho British farce numbered 1,500 men.
The Boors captured all the British
baggage. General Methuen is retained
as a prisoner.
After many months of negotiations,
Charles T. Yerkes has concluded a
deal with the Baker street-Waterloo
ailway giving bim control of four
different underground railways. Mr.
Yerkes said that tlie four roads would
form a system in connection with tbe
Metropolitan district.
Council Effect Reduction ln
Cost of Permanent
Gladstone if Alive Today Would Not
Sanction Irish Home Rule.
Glasgow, March 10.��� Lord Rosebery
spoke before a crowded meeting in St.
Andrew's hall tonight. He refeired to
the Irish demonetraton in the House
of Commons today, when the reading
of Lord Kitchener's telegram announcing the capture of Lord Methuen
was greeed by loud Irish cheeis, as a
fresh indication of the impossibility
of homo rule. Lord Rostbory said
that Mr. Gladstone himself, if he-returned from the dead, could not dare
to entrust an independent parliament
to men who openly rejoiced at a British military disaster.
General Matos Claims the Vast Major ���
ity of Venezuelans Are With Him.
(Correspondence of Associated Press)
Willemstadt, Island of Curocoa,
Feb. 17.���To the correspondent of the
Associated Press, who yesterday
boarded the revolutionary steamer
Bolivar, General Matos said: The
country is almost to a man in favor of
the revolution but these people have
neither arms nor money. I, we, for
in this work I am not alone, having
with me almost all tho chiefs of the
Liberal party, have already obtained
much. My emissaries have .'jjready
set out and within two weel(S *",e re-
molest village of Guayana will know
that the hour of revolt has arrived ;
arms will then have been distributed
aud the thousands who are waiting on
us will be ready to tako the field.
To risk lhe lile of others is a matter
of grave responsibility. We are now
sowing hut tomorrow we will reap.
The current will soon be ao strong
that it will sweep everything before
it. We shall ot admit ourselves vanquished until every chief, every man,
lies down and all the resources are
Ten Large Wholesale nouses Destroyed With Stocks.
Paris, March 10.���The biggest blaze
which has beon seen in Palis since
the burning of the Opera Comique in
1887,broke out last night in tlie oorner
of a block of warehouses in the Rue
Montmagny. The warehouses were
occupied by ten firms and the lower
floors of the buildings were filled
with silk, velvet and woolon goods
Four persons were seriously injured.
The nam age is estimated at ��50,000.
Commander of Philadelphia Pays an
Ominous Visit to Guayaquil.
Guayaquil,Ecuador, March 10.���The
commander of the United States
cruiser Philadelphia, Captain W. W.
Meado, arrived here this morning having left his vessel anchored off Puna
island at the mouth of the river. lie
has had au interview with the United
States consul bere,Mr. Do Leon. The
result so far has uot beon published.
Berlin, March 10.~The dispute
between Germany and Venezuela is
nearing a settlement. Tho terms of
this settlement are as yet a foreign
offloe souret. They are however, satisfactory to Germany,and Venezuela has
apparently yielded without Germany
having made any direct threat or hav-
itig hnd to do anything like sending
an ultimatum.
London, March 10.���Lead ��11 8s. 9d.
New   York,    March 10.���Closo���Hai
Bilver 54 3-8; Mexican dollars   43 1-2.
j Copper, quiet, VI 1-4   to 12 1-2.    Lead
firm   $4 1-2.
The School Grant and Power
Site Were   up   for
Three  Feet of   Solid  Grey
Copper Found In the
At the meeting of the city council
lost evening the report of the public
works committee was read and adopted. It provided for an extension of
the sidewalk on Latimer street to
opposite the High school, with a
crossing at the oorner of Hondryx and
Latimer, and a walk to bo laid to
ths door of the school. It also recom-
mened that as far as possible the services of the foreman on city work be
dispensed with and that the city engineer be instructed to exercise personal
supervision as much as possible, and
that in al) cases only workmen at a
daily wage not exceeding 88.50 be
employed. By the report J Munro
was appointed as foreman of waterworks and sewers and he is to do such
other work as the city engineer
assigns him at a salary of $75 per
month. The city engineer was appointed water commissioner and he
is to he held responsible for the proper
supervision of the city's water works
system. Crossings are to he laid at
the corner of Baker and Falls street,
Victoria and Falls street, and Viotoria
and Hendryx streets. The necessary
sewer extension on Josephine street
so as to provide fcr the addition to
the Houston block were authorized.
Tbe lumber is to be supplied hy tbe
city for the comp'etion of the sidewalk on Baker street from Railway
street to the C.P.R. station, the work
to he done by the C.P.R.
The ropoit of the finance committee
recommending the payment of
accounts amounting to $1,256.1)0 was
received and cheques ordered to he
issued for the various amounts.
A letter was read from Hon. J. D.
Prentice, acting provincial secretary,
stating that he had received the communication from the city council regarding the increase wished in the
grant for educational purposes and
that the matter was under consideia
A further communication on this
matter was also read from .I.Houston,
local member, -in which ho stated that
the minister had offered to increase
the grant by $2,500, but that he was
working to havo it made $5,000. He
also wished to know what action was
being taken by the city in regard to
obtaining the power site on Kootonay
Some discussion then took place
regarding the best means to be takon
by the council to secure an early
hearing of the case. It was then
decided on motion of Alderman
Selous, seconded by Alderman scanlan that the government be requested
to name an early date|for the holding
of an inquiry as possible and that a
copy of the resolution should be forwarded to the commissioner of Lands
and Works and also the local member.
A letter was read from Mrs. Roderick Robertson expressing her thanks
and appreciation of the letter of sympathy sent to her from the corporation
on the occasion of tho death of her
Alderman living moved seconded by
Aid. Drew that tho city assessor be
requested to proceed with the assess
ment of the city nnd that the roll he
placed before the council on May 8th
���. The Nelson Ico company sent in a
communication stating that tbey had
no means of access to their warehouse
except at low water and that if the
city would bear half the cost they
would open tho foot of Josephine
streot from Front street to tho track
the work to bo done under the supervision of tbo city engineer. On motion
of Aid. Scanlan seconded by Aid
Selous it was decided that the city
grant $50 towards the work.
It was decided that the work on
Cottonwood creek should bo proceeded
witb at once and also that tho owners
of the Chinese shack on Cottonwood
creek whieh is now ovorhnnging the
bed of thc creek should be   ordered to
A   Four   Foot   Ledge   Met
In the   Paradise
Continued on Fourth Page,
Peterborough, Windermere District,
B.C., March C.���There has been con-
considerable excitement in Peterborough during the past few days ovor
the Pnradise mine and Monarch
strikes. Throe feet of solid high grade
gray copper and galena has beon
struck in the 100-foot tunnel on the
Monarch, situated on the north fork
of Toby creek. Tho Monarch group
consists of throe olaims, tho Monarch.
Monitor and Majestic, owned hy
Charles D. Ellis et al, of Peterborough. This property was under
bond during tho season of 1901 lo a
New Yoik syndicate known as the
Richmond Mining Co., of New York,
represei'.Jod by Wm. Alperson, of New
York,. Tho development work was
Carried on throughout tho season
under tbe direction of J. H, Jones
with sutisnctiory rosults, but for some
unknown reasun tbo company oeasod
to operate the property on the 30th of
September and threw up the bond and
aro still in debt to the miners for
three mouths wages. Chas. D. Ellis
decided to work thc property this
winter on his own account wi'h tho
statisfactory termination as above
staled aud expects to ship ore in the
near future Considerable credit is due
Mr. EII13 for his pluck and perscr-
Particulars of another rich strike at
the Paradise mine on Spring creek, a
tributary of Toby croek, Paradise
basin, reached Peterborough on tlie
afternoon of the 3rd inst, to the effect
that four feet of solid ore has been
struck in the new tunnel. This is
only one of several rich strikes that
bas been made on this property during
the past winter. Ine Paradise is
without tho least doubt one of the
most promising properties in the
Kootenay country.
Situated in tne Paradise basin are
the following groups: Paradise, Silver
Belt, Shamrock, Silver Crown, the
original locators of Said groups being
John Jeffry, John Watson, Isaac
Norlan, Tom Jones, M. H. Craik, Ben
Abel, A. Symons et al. The basin bids
lair to become ono ofjthe great mining camps of the Kootenay.
The Bunyon eroup, situated on the
base of Bunyon mountain, Goldie
creek, continues to improve with
development work now going on. The
owners, Harrison, Tayntou, Jackson,
et al, expect to commence regular
shipments this spring. The ore is high
grade copper-silver-gold. Mr. Henry
IC. Noave, mining engineer, of Victoria, B.C., (formerly of South Afrioan
Mines) states that the formation that
ore is in is "koratophyre" and identical to the noh gold bsariug rock of
New Zealand. This property was
located during tho spiing of 1809 by
William H. Harrison, formorly of
Idaho. Several prominent mining men
visited tbe property last season
among which was II. E. Neave, M.E.,
The owners intend to work the piop-
erty entirely on their own account
having already refused several tempting offers to bond or lease. Tho ore
will be hauled from tlio mine dowD
Goldie creek to Windermere lake a
distance of five miles.
It is understood that the Fort Steele
stage line will he resumod in the near
future, lt is about timo that tho mail
service for this distrct was placed on
some kind of a systematic basis, as
at present, and in fact, for the past
year or mere thc service has beeu
more or less of a regular farce. Up to
the last of December, 1901, the Fort
Steele stage arrived in Windermere
Sunday morning and the Peterborough mail was not forwarded until
the following Thursoay. The Peterborough mail lor Foit Stoolo left on
Monday afternoou three hours before
the arrival of the Golden stage, which
was of no practical use whatever. Tho
Fort Steele stage should run clear
through to Pelerboonigh in two days
from Fort Steele aud thereby with <nc
iGolden stago give two  mails a  weGk
system to the district, lt is about time
for the post otfico authorities to get a
move on. Three years ago we had a
far better system tban at present.
Just why the Windermere district has
been cut off from all cominunic.ttion
with southeast Koolooay by tbe removal from service of tho Fort Steele
stage line is simply beyond any reasonable uuderstundiug, and shows
anything but judgment on tho part of
him who is responsible therefore,as the
said system has been in operation
between 15 and Hi years.
Everything points to a very lively
season in tho Windeimcre district.
The following properties will be developed : Paiadise, Red Line, Iron
Cap, Silver King, Bunyon, Shamrock,
White Cat, Silvor Crown, Silver Belt,
Dclphino, M. T. fraction, Kootenay
Queen, B. C, Chilberry, Steele, Sunrise, Silver Thread, Virginia, Juno,
Montezuma, Mineral King, bullion,
Black Diamond, Morning Glory,
Monarch, Iron King, Iron Queen,
Diamond C, and others.
During the past month Windermere
lake has beon the scene of several
very exciting races between two crack
ice boats owned by H. E. Forster, of
Peterborough and J. E. Stoddart, of
Wiudcrmere, respectively. The
Columbia, Mr, Foisttr's boat, won the
first heat.
Peterborough will soon be known as
Wilmer, B.C.
Note to Turkish Government Regarding Miss Stono Only Preliminary.
Washington, March 10���It is again
specitically stated hero that no demand has been made upon Turkey, ln
connection with Miss Stone's case.
The action taken by Minister Leich-
man, reported from Constantinople,
was simply to consorve any rights
which might bo developed hereafter,
and his note to tho Turkish government amounted to nothing moro than
a statement that the United States
government inteuded to make a
thorough investigation ofthe incidents
connected with thc kidnapping, ond
at the conclusion of that investigation, would look for redress to the
party upon whom tho responsibility
was fixed. It may be added, tliat the
whole trend of evidence so far is very
strongly against tbe Bulgarians and
not against the Tuiks.
Story Sent Out That a Rival to the
Hudson's Bay Co. is Organizing.
Winnipog, March 10.���The Free
Press says tonight: Among the numbers of sensational and unfounded
stories at the expense of the Hudson's
Bay Co., tnat have recently originated in Winnipeg, is ono that was
telegraphed from Winnipeg last week
to the effect that a relative of the
Earl ofRosebery was mw establishing
a new Hudson's Bay Co, and by the
aid of some of the trappers of the
present company wero going to rival
them. Commissioner Cbipman said
today tbat the Same denial tbat appeared a few days ago in regard o a
sensational story about Andree would
apply to the prsent story. Further
than that, he did nut mire to say
Alleged Plot to Overthrow the Haytian
Port au Prince, Hayti, Marcli 10.���
Advices received here from Aux Cayes,
a town on tbe south coast of Hayti,
announces that nearly 30 citizens
accused of conspiring against the government have beon imprisoned snd
that many oth.'is havo sought refuge
in various consulates. Tho other
towns of Hayti are quiet.
Secured  Small   Majority  In
a   Hot   Flection
Indians  Threaten  to   Drive
the Agent From Fort
isriJiii. TO 'I iii:  MlNIsn.)
Viotoria, March 10.���Hon. E. Q,
Prior, minister of mines, in the Dunsmuir government was elected today
over E. V. Itodwuli, oppositionist, by
54 majority, tlio vote being: Prior,
1,541; Ilodwell, 1,487. Tho offioial
count will probrtbly increiso tbis
majority. It was the hottest contest in
the  history of tho city.
Serious trouble has broken out at
Fort George, E. L. Kepner, Hudson's
Bay company's manager at that point,
has arrived at Quesnelle and states
thut Indians have been endeavoring to
tako po��sessinn of the fort. One bolder
than the rest attempted to throw
Kepner out of his olliee, and defeated
in this, camo at him with axo and
threatened to kill him, and to gather
tho members of tho tribe and tako
possession of the fort. Kepner barricaded the fort, left tlie cook iu charge,
and came down to Quesnelle whence
he telegraphed to the provincial
police. Attorney-General Eberts wired
to collect specials and hasten to tho
scene.    This Kepner is doing.
Jas. Thomson, local manager of the
Hudson's Hay Co., was recently
thiough the district and says the Indians there an the most dangerous In
British Columbia. Thoy nre continually giving trouble.
Fort George is situated at tho confluence of lhe Nonhaco and the F'raser
river. it is about 10 mics noith of
Quesnelle. Tho nearest Indian
agencies are at Clinton and Ha/.clton,
both a considerable distance from
Fort George. Travelling is very difficult at this season of the year, so that
tho Indians take advantage of the
lack of supervision and give trouble
without provocation.
Keokuk, Iowa.. March 10.���The
Dupont and Morris powder plant near
here wns badly damaged by an explosion today. Two mon were killed outright, a third will die, and three
others aro seriously injured. The
cause of tho explosions is unknown.
Thu damage amounts tu $75,000.
Winnipeg, March 10. ���Brandon and
Rat Portugo played u hard hockey
match on slushy ice at Rat Portage
tonight. The s:ore was 4 to 4 at full
time and after about an hour's extra
play Rradon won, thus putting Rat
Portage out of the intermediate race.
Truro, U.S.,    March 10.���Dr. W. L.
Muir      died     of   appendioitis     tllis
' morning.
Trains   on   li.   and   G.   F.   Will   Be
12 Miles From Republic Tbnrsday.
Orand Forks, Marcli 10.���On Saturday the No. 3 furnace of the Granby
smelter treated 498 tons of oro. This
phenomenal run for a period of 24
hours is believed tu beat all records.
Commencing on Tbnrsday the Kettle
Valley lines will run a passenger train
daily between Grand Forks and St.
Peter's creek, Wash., a point 12
miles from Republic. Pending tho
completion of the railway a stage
will convey travelers across tne intervening gap.
Harry Heins, a rancher was struck
by au engine on the Kettle Valloy
lines while walking along thc trash
near Curlew, on Saturday night. He
saw tbe engine appioaching but
failed to step aside in time although
the eiigineor blew several warning'
blasts. Heins sustained a fracture of
the base nf the skull. Dr. Northrop,
of Grand Forks, removed thc injured
man to the hospital here. Heins,
however, was too weak to undergo an
opoiation and died at noon today.
Canada's Gold Oro at Colonial Exhibition Might De ilettcr.
Toronto, March 10.���'iho Evening
Telegram';, cable says: At the opening of thu Colonial exhibition iu tint
Royal Exchange today Lord Strath-
cona spoke of the great benelit to the
colonies of such exhibitions. The
general opinion is that the exhibit of
gold ore from Oanada is much inferior
to that of Australia.
Brampton, March 10. ��� A largo
quantity of powder iu the powder
room of I'eaber and Son's hardware
stole, accidentally exploded today and
I'eaber, Jr., was so badly burned tbat
it is feared he may die. lire got into
tho room Wflore the stock was on hand
and it is Hiipposnd I'eaber struck a
matoh, a piece Hying off on the powder causing thc explosion.
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lully, per month, by nmil      60c
Daily, por year, by carrior 9 7 00
Daily, per ye��vr, by uintl    6 00
Oally, per yuar forolRu      9 00
Weekly,por half yoar fl SB
vVuukly, per yoar    2 00
'Vooltly, por yoar, foreign...*    3 00
HubacripUoim Invariably ln advance.
Display AdTertlaemonta, %\ per Inch per
month! DteplfljrAdvartUomMta, &r> cunts por
inch each Insertion leu than month: Locals, H
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Curds, $_._i) per monlh,
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authorised agents for advertlnomonta and nub-
The abovo Reward will he paid to
anyone giving evidence that will con
vlct persons or stealing The Miner Irom
our subscriber's doors.
AoeonntB of the warfare which the
Canadian l'acific railway company has
been waging against the Crow's Nest
Southern railway and the Crow's Nest
Vass Coal Co. have reached London.
Tbe Canadian Pacific evidently has
not as great an inlluenco with the
press there as it has with some ot the
publications in British Columbia and
elsewhere in Canada, There they are
inclinsd to treat the contest in a (air
manner. Tho following, an editorial ou the matter, under the caption
"A light for coal," appears in the
llritish Columbia ltcview ol London,
and is a clear and fair exposition of
the   controversy that is now on :
Shortly after Mr. James Hill acquired an interest iu tlie Crow's
Nest Co., a charter wa? sought to permit railway connection between his
railway; system and these mines. The
C. P. H. natuially fought this very
strenuoubly, und a newspaper agitation was worked up in the West
endeavoring to show that if tho charter were granted, H.C. mine owners
would be at the mercy ot an American
railway company. The paper warfare
was bitter and facts were but slightly
adhered to; howover, the charter was
A new agitation is now being engineered by the O.P.H. The real object
of the company is to use the government as a cuts-paw in their fight
against tbe Great Northorn railway.
When the coal company acquired its
original chaiter, the government
reserved ior itself 50,000 acres of coal
lands, which they could select under
oertain definite arrangements, and the
government Is now being urged to
promptly exercise their right and
securo what is considered a stategic
site for ooal mining on Morrissey
oruek. The object of this agitation is
quite apparent.
The C.P.R. themselves, although
their line traverses the coal measures,
are debarred from engaging io coal
mining under an agreement with the
Crow's Nest Coal Co.; but now that
Mr. Hill has acquired an interest
of these groat coal measures, the C. P.
R. see the possibility of a lucrative
freight business being taken away
from them, since as soon as the Great
Not thc rn is connected with the mines
it will carry the coal and coke on its
own system to Rossland, Nelson and
Boundary, which are at present the
largest consumers of fuel in southern
B. C. If, by this agitation, the C.P.
B can induce the government to exercise their right at Morrissev creek, a
company will be formed, friendly to
the C. P. R., to work tnese deposits
under lease from the government,
and in this way the railway could
protect themselves from the coming
competition of the G. N. R, In order
to influence public opinion.it is urged
that the interests o' the Kootenay
lines and smelters most be protected
against the monopoly cf Amerioan
capitalists, etc. It iH even suggested
that Mr. Hill will supply American
smelters with fuel at cheaper rates
that the B. C. smelters in oider to
drive the smelting inciustry into the
States. Such statements are, of
course, too foolish to be considered,
and merely show the means which the
wire pullers adopt in order to influence public opinion. The Review bat
always favored competition, but under
the existing circumstances the C.P.R.
will be able to buy coal and noke at
the mines at the same price as their
rivals, and, if tbey are prepared to reduce tho cost of haulage, there is
nothing to prevent them laying it
down at tho ll.C. smelters at a price
at whioh the G.N.II.would uot care to
compete owing to the far longer haul
on their system.
at Ferguson in tlie Lardeau country
and many of the newspapers are commenting on it. Somo claim tliat it
will revolutionize smelting, while
others, liko the Trail Creek Nows,
ridicule it and go so far as to term it
the Vulcanline smelter. It has never
been tested on the ores of the Koote.
nay and until it has demonstrated
that it can treat thorn successfully
Judgment should be withheld.
It is claimed on its behalf that it
will revolutionize smelting. The
chief improvement claimed over the
old smelters is in the draught, wbich
instead of being forced into the furnace by fans or other oostly appliances is drawn in through the bottom,
the necessary vacura being produced
by a steam jet near the foot of the
flue. A simple device foi raising or
lowering tho movable crucible regulates tbe quantity of air by enlarging
or reducing the spaco between the
two. the bottom of the furnace being
entiiely open and corresponding in
sizo and shape to the top of the oruci-
ble. Speaking in geuural teims, as
the smelting of leid oies is now conducted the ranting process necessary
for desulphurising the oro represents
a laige proportion of the cost of treatment and in the case of copper ores,
carrying much sulphnr, the roasting
ls a source of considerable expense.
It is claimed that no roasting is neces-
saiy with the Vulcan smelter, and
provided heavy sulphide ores are
being ticatod, cairying 30 per cent,
sulphur, the fuel consumed decreases
considerably and in some instances
where the ore is particularly rich in
sulphur the fuel cost is insignificant.;
in other words, the fuel���sulphur���in
the ore is made to do the smelting. It
is also claimed that it can produce a
very high grade copper matte and also
a high grade silver bullion.
These claims, which are rather pretentious it must bo admitted, must be
practically demonstrated and on
Kootenay ores before tho mining men
here "ill take much stock in them.
Tho smelter at Ferguson cannot be
operated until the snow goes off the
ground so that limestone can be
quarried and used for a flux. Then
tbe smelter plant will be operated and
it will be learned if it wil accomplish
what its admirers claim for it. There
have beeu so many claims made for
new processes and new smelters and
such a number of them have proven
entire or partial failures that it is not
safe to believe all tliat is said regarding anything that is now in this line.
A   Vulcan   smelter has heen erected j
The Hudson's Bay Stores
Opera Flannel Blouses,  Silk bkirts,
Ladies' jackets, Golf Capes,   Ladies'
Costumes, Dress Goods and  Furs.
At Largely Reduced Prices.
We do noi often advertise special reductions, but when we
do they are genuine. No inferior goods are bought by us
and offered as so-called Bargains.
Stoves and
Ranges . .
We are Bhowing this season a full
line of these goods and solicit your
esteemed patronage.
Lawrence Hardware
ZLbclRo^alBank of Canada
i iil.luil, Authorized,
Incorporated 1869.
Ifcl.ooo.ooo.oo I Capital Paid-up,
Kent,        .       .     ���
A good many properties in the
Kootenays and Yale are being developed by individuals, syndicates ard
companies which are not seeking
notoriety. Thev are engaged in legitimate mining and embarked in mining
enterplses for the profits which are to
be derived from it where it is conducted along proper lines. They have
faith in the properties they ore operating and are opposed to stock manipulation or to stock jobbery. A case in
point is a company wbich for several
years has been developing a group of
six claims near Deer Park, on Lower
Arrow lane. Although the property
is located only a short distance from
this city little or nothing has appeared in the papers here concerning
it. The management whon approached
for news ooncerning what they were
doing would reply that they were
crowding development work and that
as soon as they had accomplished
something that they would take the
public into their confidence. Now it
is announced that the intention is to
erect a 50-ton concentrator, the contraot for which has been let The machinery is to be especially designed
for treating the ore found in the property. A large quantity of ore has been
blucked out. The ore runs from (14
to $16 to tho ton and can be concentrated three into one.
It is work liko this company is
accomplishing, coupled with the expenditure of considerable money, that
makes it possible for the Federal
authorities to announco as they did a
few days since that lode mining last
year in Canada showed an increase ol
3? per cent.
If the American senators and some
of tho llritish Columbia legislators
continue to mark their deliberations
with personal encounters it will soon
bo necessary, says an American paper,
to report tho proceedings of those two
august bodies by rounds.
Daring the winter the wealthy people
uf Chicago and other eastern oities
have been regaling themselves on
peaches grown in the Cape Colony.
With the increased transportation
facilities quite a Unfile in fruits
should spring up botween the temperate zones in the northern and southern
hemispheres. While winter stoims
are howling here the peoplo of Cape
Colony aud tne Argentiuo republic are
dwelling undei summer skies with
peaches and other fruits ripening in
their orchards. When it is winter
there it is summer here and then we
iave the riponod fruit With fast
steamers   plying   between    thc    two
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zones, provided witii refrigerators
in which the fruit could be kept from
spoiling, quite a profitable trade could
be built up. What would be nioer,
for instance, than a basket of fresh
peaches at Christmas.
Kor first-class lcathor wrlto
B. C. Leather Co.
Vancouver, B, C.
British Columbia Agent h for thc celebrated
4 PPNETANG" Solo Loathcr, Cut SoIch nnd
Heel Pieces.
Harness Leathern, Bridle, Saddlo and Skirt*
ing I eftther-\ Lace nnd Latigo Leathers, Upper Leathers of all kinds
Manufacturers of Closed Uppers of all
ahoemnkorw' Tools nnd Findings, Saddlery
Hardware, Hides nud Oils.
Catalogues and prico list? on application,
Seeds, Trees, Plants,
Roses, Bulbs
Agricultural  Implements, Bee  Supplies, Fruit Baskets, Fertilizers.
Cntnlogne Free.
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B000 Westminster Road, Vanconver, B. C.
Our New Stock is now open,
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The Prices Will Suit the
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For domestic or steam use.
A full supply always on
Rates to all railway and
lake points
Wi p. tierney,
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Tel. No. 265.
Office - Two doors west
C.P.R. offices.
Notice is Iiereby given that I intend
to apply at the next sitting of the
board of license commissioners for the
City of Nelson to he held after the expiration of thirty days from the date
hereof, for a transfer of the retail
liquor license now held by me lor the
Uoyal hotel, ��� situate on Stanley street
in the City of Nelson, on lots i and 4,
block 2!), subdivision of lot SI5, group
1, West Kootenay district to Sol Johns,
nf me City of Nelson,
Witness: D. A. McFarland,
Dated this 27th day of February,
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
From St. John, N. &
Allan Lino Tunisian  March  8
Allan Line Numidian��� Maich 15
Beaver Lino Garth Castlo March 11
Beaver Line Lake Ontario March 28
A1 i,u i; Line steamers call .at Halifax two da>>
From Portland.
Dominion Line Dominion March 8
From New York
Whito Star Line Ocoanic March  5
White Hir Lino Majestic March 12
White Star Liue Germanic March 19
Cunard Line Umbria March 8
Cunard Line Lueania March 15
Cunard Line Etruria , .March 22
American Lino St Paul March 12
American Lino St. Louis March IS)
Red Star Liue Southwark March 5
Hed dtar Line Vaderland March 12
Continental sailings of French. North German Lloyd, H. A. P. and Italian Lines ou application.
UATES-Saloon fares $42.50, and upwards
Peoond $35 and upwards according to steamer
.i"d location of berth. Steerage quoted on application. Prepaid parages from England and
the continent at lowest rates.
H. L. BROWN,      W, P. Ft CUMMINGS,
City Agt. Nelsou.      Gen. Agent. Winnipeg
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer and Porter.
Mrtaou B. O '
Porto Rico Lumber
Co., Limited.
Rough and
Dressed  Lumber,
Shingles, Mouldings.
A-l White Pine Lumber Always lo
We carry a comploto stock of Coaat Flooring
Colling, Inaldo Finish, Turnod Work, Sash and
Doom. Special order work will rooolve prompt
attention:   Mall orders solicited.
Porto Rico Lumber Co.,
Koad OHIco-��� Hendrrx and Vernon .c. Nelson
Winnipeg Vancouver
Toronto Viotoria
Ottawa Seattle
Montreal Portland
New York San Francisco
via Soo Line, St Paul, Chicago
and all U. S, [joints.
Tourist Sleeper Service
Lv. Dunmore Jir.c-
Lv Kootenay Ldjr,
Tuesday and Friday, St. Paul, Toronto
Montreal and Boston.
ii��|^C^rrt Leave Revelstoke
IA/ r* ^ I daily, Vancouver,
TV I__e_J 1      Seattle, Ooast
Home Seekers' Westbound
Excursions, March i to
April 30.
Through bookings to Europe, via all
Atlantic Line
Prepaid tickets from all points at
lowest rates
Por berths, time tables, rates and full
information apply to City Ticket oflice
H. L. BHOWN, Agent.
J. 8. Oarteb, K. J. Ooylk
Dis. Pass. Agt, A. G. P. A.
Nelson Vance are
Will pay the highest oaab price for all
kinds oi second hand goods. Will bny
or sell anything from an anchor to a
needle. Furniture, stoves, oarperts,
cooking utensils, bought in household
quantities. Also oast off clothing.
Call and see me or write. Address
Silver King Mike, Box 200. Hall
Street, Nelson, B. C.
Real Estate, Fire and Life Insurance
Money to Loan.
Houses to Rent in a'l parts of the
City. See list at entrance to our
offices, next to McArthur's Furniture store. Nelson   Daily  Minkr, Tues ay, March ii,  1902
I     MINING NEWS.     J
������������������������������-M ������������������������������������ ������
The Montana Gold Mining compnny
which is operating six claims near
Doer Park on Lower Arrow lako have
just lot a contract for a 50-ton concentrating plant. The plant is to
consist of one lilalto rock crusher, two
sets of t'orridh rolls, two four com-
pnrtinont jigs, a four-foot Huntington
mill, a Willley inble, a true vanner,
two six-loot trommels, elevators,
classiflors, etc. It is the intention to
build a sorios of settling tanks for the
recovery   of   the   silver   values.    The
machinery  was  specially designed to
treat the class of ore found in the
mine. The principal vnlue found in
the ore is thu silver and tho lead.
The company owns six claims, ilvo of
whioh are crown grunted. These
properties huve beon under sternly
development for several years and a
large quantity of ore has been blocked
out. On tho 100-oot level the oro body
has been drifted on for a distance of
ino feet. It is about niuo feet in
width nnd careful nvcrngo sampling
biiows that it will run from (11 to $10
clear across its width. Tlio Intention
Is to concontrato the ore threo into
one, A. (1. King has designed and is
to superintend the construction of the
mill. Mr, King has had considerable
experience in concentrating ores and
in constructing mills. Ho has beeu
ccnnectcd with mills in tho Cocur
d'Alenes and latterly with the St.
Kugeue concentrator in East
A. F. Rosenberger and n. Z. BrooK
returned Saturday evening from their
visit to the Lardeau properties of the
Nortliwesten Development syndicate,
of which Mr. Iii'oek is the managing
director. Work has been started on a
wagon road to connect tho Camborne
group with the now townsite ot Gold-
ilelds and will be pushod vigorously
to complation. A power plant is also
to be installed on the pioperty on
Menhinnick creek, where excellent
water power is available. This power
will be used to run three power drills.
It is the intonl i"ii of the management
to run crosscut tunnels at the 300-foot
levol. A quaotity of surface work will
also bo done and the property put in
shnpe as quickly as possible, although
it is also the intention to have all the
development work of a permanent
oharactnr. The oro on this propel ty
is a high grade free-milling gold, and
Mr, Iliock expresses himself as well
satisfied with the appearance of tbo
W. Kirpkatrick and A. Burgess
came in from Ymir ln-t evening.
They state that the snow is nearly ull
gone in Ymir, the sleighing having
broken up last week. A rich strixe
was made on the Union Jack on Sunday. On this property the owners gave
up work about two years ago believing tbat thoy were sixty feet from the
lead. The property was bonded le-
cently and the new holders had not
been at work a weak before the lead
was struck, and a rich pay streak was
encountered,. A strike was also made
last week on the New Victor, a property adj,lining the Wilcox group. On
this property a lead two feet wide has
been struck on which the ore runs
iioni $80 to $130. A number of mining
men have visited the caoip lately
looking over the various properties.
The copper stack at tbe Hall Mines
smelter was blown in yesterday.
those coming from the nearby towns
will be lurgely inoroased. Though
fishing muy be good in other parts ol
tho province, there are always those
who desire to try new streams and
when what the Krotenay river hue to
offer them is brougnt to their attention many of the anglers from tbosu
part will undoubtedly take advantage
of the good things at thoir disposal
hero. It is apparently from thus;
places that the greatest number of
persons can this year be drawn. As
the scope o( tho advertising by the
association widens it may be expected
thut many from a greater distance
will bu attracted, but foi the present
yoar it is likely that the province will
bo tho Held from which the largest re-
turns wiil bu obtained.
Tlie taking of fish in Rritish Columbian waters is regulated by Dominion
regulations nnd these provld.' for a
closu season that ends with Murch IS,
Ah to methods of fishing fur trout the
provincial liaine Protection Act
governs and in this fishing by rod and
line only is allowed. Mention S of this
uct, which was passed in 1808, is as
follows: No person shall use or employ any explosive, line or poison,
net, seine, dynamite, or other device
other than hook and line, nor use
salmon roe as buit for the purpose of
taking or capturing trout in any lake,
pond, running or stunding water or
stream iu this provlnoe, under a penalty not exceeding two hundred and
fifty dollar, to bo recovered in a sum-
raury manner bofore any justice of the
peace. Hut nothing iu this section
shall be construed as spplyng to any
one using net or seine or drag net in
any lake M) square miles in extent or
3,000 barrels of men's suits���The
Wallace-Miller brand���your size, your
price and pattern to please you are
here.    Call in.
The tonsorlal establishment of ,T.
H. Matheson and the basement shop
of McMuhon and Gardner have consolidated and are now doing business
next door to the Bodega saloon, where
they will bo pleased to meet old and
now customers.
The   following   rules   will    govern
play   at   the   forthcoming   ping-pong
1. " Advontugo-all" games to bo
played, the first six games to win the
2. All serves must bo delivered
below waist and from behind tbe
3. A list of the matches for the day
will bo published each morning in
The Minor. Any player failing to
appear at tho time appointed for the
matches, IS minutes being allowed,
shall forfeit tbe   same by default.
4. No player must stop with bat,
during play, any ball that is out of
5. In mixed doubles the table will
be divided into four courts by a tapo
passing lengthways down the middle.
Tbe servers serve and return alternately and diagonally, the players
receiving return straight.
6. Decision of umpiie to be final.
A complete list of entries will be
published in The Miner on Friday,
March 14th.
AdverttHOniontH.nHorted under thin head at
tho rate of ono cont a word por Insertion. No
advertisement) tukon for lent* than 2fi cents.
Situation Wanted advertisements Inserted
threo timer! freo of charge.
FOU SALE CHBA?--$8flO   each, will
bay two well flaiahed cottages 28x24
on   Uove   street,    between Ward   and
Josephinei   Terns  e&sy(   for  further
particulars cull at Miner otTlco.
KOR SALE���The Nelson Cafe, the
finest rcstautant in tho Kootenays,
best locution, 2r> niculy furnished
rooms in connection. The ln-st business proposition in tbe district today,
for full particulars write Nelson Cute,
Hox 'JUS, Nelson H.O,
SEVEN-Rooin furnished House or rent,
contuins  three  bedrooms neur business centre.    .1. E,  Amiable.
FURNISHED rooms with   or without
board.     Apply     on   Silioa   street,
second door west of Ward.
Apply   to   Mrs F. 3,
40, K. W. 0. block.
TO    RENT.���
SqnireB, Room
3. H.  LOVE,
Nelson Employment Agency,
P. O. Hox 465,
2ook.    Railroad men
Mione 278.
Baker.     Woman
HELP of all kinds wanted and
furnished. Western Canadian Employment Agency. Large warehouse
for storage; cull ot 1'iosser's Second
Hand store, Ward steet.
MEN WANTEI1���On     Crow's      Nest
Southern   Ry.     Oood   wages,   long
job   Headqnarters, Elko,    ii.   C.     A.
Outhrie Sc Co.
ENGINEERS, Firemen, Machinists
and Electricians send for 40-page
pirnphlot containing Questions asked
by examining board of engineers to
obtain engineer's liconee. Address
(leo. Zeller, Dublishcr, 18 S 4th St.,
St. Louis, Mo'.,  U.S.A.
Parties wishing Golf or any stockings
knitted or footed oan have tbem done by
applying on corner of Ward and
Victoi ia street, opposite postollice.
Take Laxative Promo Quinine Tablets. A 1
arutnriatH refund the money if it fails to cure
K. W. drove's signature in on each box.  25c.
Men's and boy's shirt waists and
colored shirts, latest American styles,
just received���The Wallace-Miller Co.
We have just
spring stock of
Bradley and Co.
received   out    new
Wall   Paper,   F.  J.
Trout May Be Taken  on   March
Only By Hook and Line.
On Sunday next, the disciples of
Izaak Walton will have the opportunity ol gratifying their love of the
gentlest of nil pastimes, angling, as
by the regulations governing fishing
for tront in this province, the close
season for that fish closes with
March 15.
The number of devotees of tbe rod
in Nelsou and other points of the
Kootenays is increasing year by year
and this year the sport is likely to be
more assiduously prosecuted than ever
befoie Almost nowliore is better
fishing to be obtained than in Kootonay river and in its many brunches.
These streams are easy of access, all
the surroundings are of the most
picturesque description, almost invariably the catch is goud, and in fact all
the conditions arc ldeallic. During
the past year these streams have been
visited by many from those parts of
the Kootenay which are not so favorably situated as along the lake or
river, wbo make trirs to Nelsou, Bon-
nigton, Slocan junction or Ronson for
a few days sport, moBt frequently to
spend Sunday. From Spokane parties
have frequently come und witn the
good success thut muny of them had
last year all indications point to
many more ot them coming during
tlie coming summer.
v With the advertising that the Tourist Association purpose doing there is
little  doubt   but   that tbe number of
Presenting High-Class Farce Comedy
Vaudeville   and   comic
A meritorious Company of fifteen
piokecl and selected Artists for their
individual excellence. The most talented Singers, Dancers, Comedy and
Vaudeville Artists in tbe profession,
IN N. fl.
vurloty of ho1
CtuumliiH,  I..  ���'',���    Kvury knovvi.
ioty of Moft di'inkH.   P O Hox 88.  'I'oluiihou
No. ill. Hoover Street, NoIhoii.   Hotlleru of th
fiiinouH tic boon 11..: Spring! Mineral Wntor
MACDONALD   6c Oo,���Cornor   Fron
uml   Hall   HtroetH���WbolOMUfl   Krocur
tuul Jolibura in blwikuLw, kIovuh, milln, boulu
rubbui-H, niiicklimWK and Duiietv .miulrlon.
Pav itNa sc Co.���Bakor Hiruui,
���   Whulurtalo duulurH In  troah a
nu.ii.1h.    Cold SiurnKc.
linker Btroul, NoIhoii��� WIioIohjUo dim
orn in frurtb and ourud moatM.
J Street) NoIhoii ��� Vrholosalo UaulfirH ir
hardware, miner:.' HUppiJuH, HporLiiiK goodn
M'LACHLAN BROS. Baker Snoot Nelson,
B. O.,���Dealers in general hardware-,
mining supplies, glass, palate,  Portland Oo-
ni'nl, lire clay and fcJoototi llru brick.    Agonts
lor WilkiiiH and Co.'ri celebrated hloci wlru rope
pninlH, oilH and kIush; tnuchatiioH   IooIk
AroiiI-h foi Ontario Powder Works; lynamito
rpuKNKR, BEETON Be Co.-Ooraer Vernoi
X and Josephine BtrooLH, Nelnon���Whole
Halo dealers tn liquor*, cigars, and dry good*
Agf.ntn for Pabet Brewing Co. of Milwuukei
and Calgary Brewing Co of Calgary.
UDBON'S HAY Co.-WliobiHalo grocorio
and liquurn uir., Baker Hlruol, Nelnon,
Ofllco oornor Hall and [front Streets
Nelnon���Lumbor, ceiling, flooring, and every
thing in wood for building purposes. Oot oui
prieen.   Correspondence solloited.
A.   M'DONALD,     Agent   Hnzelwood
Dairy Co. leo ('ream.
Kootenay Railway  and  __
Company, Ltd.
Short est and qulckenl routo to the cant and ai
pointri on Lhe O. K. Be N. and Northern Pa
cillc KaUwayti lu Washington, Oregon and
Southern States.
Time Card Effective Nov. 10. 1901
Kaslo & Slocan Ry-
8:30 a. m. Lv.
10:35 p.m. Ar.
Ar. 4:00 p. m
Lv. 1:16 p. id
Int Nav- & Trading Oo
(i:00 p. m. Lv.
0:10 p. m. Ar;
Ar. 10:30 a. m.
Lv. 7:00 a. in.
Connecting at Five Mile Point with Nelnon
& Fort ^hoppard Hallway both to aud from
Rowland, etc.
Tlckots sold to all parts ln United State, and
Canada via Qreat Northern mid (J.  lt.  & N
Co.'s linos.
Ocean steamship
linos will ho lurnlHliod on application.
McKanlass and tbe Alabama Warblers appeared at the Nelson Opera
bouse last evening before a large and
appreciative audience. Mr. McKanlass appeared in Nelson rive years
since, and played to a good house
and gave good satisFuction and so is
no stranger to tbe looal theatre goers.
Tbe show given last evening consisted
ot up to date vaudeville by oolored
artists. It was a meritorious performance, consisting of Southern plantation songs, good clean jokes, plenty
of lively dancing, excellent trios and
quartette. MisB Lizzie Perry, tbe
Jewish ereole renaered such olassic
selections as "Twas Only a Dream,"
in an artistic manner and was repeatedly eucoied. Miss I'atti McKanlass
sang "Sweet Sixteen" to the satisfaction nf all piesent and was encored to
tbe echo. Mr. McKanlass gave violin
selections and judging from the applause given his rendition of the
"Mooking Bird," "Niagara," "Sugar
in the Gode," and "Gravy on the
Tater," they were among the best in
his extensive reportoire. He was repeatedly encored and made the hit of
evening. The comedians of the company are very funny and their jokes
short and new. The performance concluded with an old fashioned walk-
round. The company will play a return engagment on Monday, March
17, when an entire new programme
will be given, includng a grand cake
walk of three couples. The company
should be given a warm welcome on
its return.
Laughable Comedies. Pretty Comediennes, Sweet Singers and Funny
Seats at McPonald's.
Will be received addressed to me at
the Imperial Hank, Nelson. B. C��� up
to and including tho 21st day of
March next, for the purchase of the
plant, business, book debts and good
will of the "Nelson Miner," a daily
paper published at the said City of
For terms and particulars apply to
Macdonald and Johnson, solcitors,
Burns Block, Bakor streot, Nelson,
All tenders to be marked in the
upper left hand corner: "Tender,
Nelson Miner,"
J, M.  hAI,
Manager Imperial Bank of Canada   at
Nelson, B.C., Maroh 7th, 1902.
tlckots and rates vi   a
 jd on application.
For further particulars call on or address
linnaaor. Easlo.fi, C
G. K. Taokabury Accent. Nelnon B. O,
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
Fresh   and    Salted   Heats
Fisn and Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVES.   Manaver.
K.-W.-C Block, Ward Street, Nklson.
Oiders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
With Which t. Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
Paid up Capital,  18,000,0001   Reserve   Irand,  12,ooo,Ouo j
Aggregate   Itohources Over JI1R,(Hill,000.
HON. QKO. A. COX, President.      B. K. WALKER, Utiuurnl Mausgei
London Olllee:  6ft Lombard Street,  B. C.
New York Oflice; 16 tiichanite Place.
And US branches In Canada and tin. Jolted Htatos, InoludllifC
Atlin 08UMWOOD Nrixon Hakdon
Ohanhkook        Kami.oiii'S Nkw Wkhtminsteh   VANOOUVBB
Fkknik Nanaimo Kimhla.nij VitrrouiA
tINITKl) STATUS���Nkw Yohk. San Kkancihco, Skattm!, Poktla.ni>, Skaoway.
Savings Bank Department.
Deposits Received anil Interi'st Allnwril.   Pretest Kate .4 1'er fmi
Nelson Branch. GRANGE V. HOLT, Manager.
$1,000 will buy cottage containing live
rooms and two lots in Hume Addition ; beautiful view of the lake
from verandas.      Very easy terms.
$100   down    balance
in monthly pay
R. J. STEEL, Broker, Nelson,
in,'ni:, will buy a C-roomed cottage, all modern improvements,
1 1-2 lots. Close to Halter street
and pleasantly situated. Full
pmticulare of.
B. C.
Manufacturers of BEST STEEL WIRE KOPE.
Tramway, Hoisting-, Mining Wire Rope.
Lang's Lay for Tramways and Untie'ground Haulage
Local Stock carried, estimates furnished.
H. E. CB0ASDAILE Agent Nelson.
Wholesale aod Retail Meat Merchants
��A   r���r     __.____ai________.     ^r~.    ci
Branch Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Easl.
Sandon, Tnree Forks, New Denver and Slooan City
Order* by mall to e��>�� branch will have careful and nroroot attention.
FURNITURE     Spokane Falls Sl
Northern R'u.
Stop now, think it over, better examine our Bhoe stock���The Wallace-
Miller Co., limited.
and try a bottlo, a donen, or a barrel of
CALQARY BEER aa lt ls tho bent and
oheapont on tho market. Also try our
WINES,    LIQUOR6     and    CIGAUS.
PRANK   A. TAMBLYN. Ma��ae��.
Telephone 93 Baker St. Nrixon
The Waverley Hotel
Rates $1.00 to $1.50 per day. First
class Meals, 25c. Next door to Opera
House. P. O. Box 210. Telephone 147.
Victoria St., Nelson.
0AJR8.-    AL8 a la OABTE.
Close connection East and Westbound at Spokane with trains of the
Spokane Fulls and Northern Railway,
D rect connection at St. Paul without change of depot with all trains for
Chicago, Toronto. Montreal, New York
and all points West and South.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 9:10 I'm
Leaves Spokane daily tor West at 7:20 a-ui
Leaves Spokane daily tor West at 840 p m.
West-bound trains make direct connection for Victoria and Vancouver,
Portland, San Francisco, and all points
on the Sound,
During the season of navigation East
bound trains connect at Duluth with
the magnificent steamshi ps North West
and North-Land of theNorthern Steamship Company Line, operated in connection witb the Great Northern Railway.
For further information, ape, fold
ers, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
FbIIb Sc Northern By., Kaslo & Slocan
Ky., Kootei ai Kailway Sc Navigation
Co , or to
City Pass, and Tkt   Agt,  W  701   VV,
Riverside Ave,, Spokaue, Wash.
G. K, TAOKABURY, Local Agent,
Nelson.B 0
Tenders will be received by the  undersigned at his office,   Nelson, until noon  on
Wednesday, March 12,1902
for the purchase of the
stock in trade of J. G.
Bunyan & Co. consisting of
Furniture, Picture Moulding. Carpets,
Draperies,    and   Undertaking
Fixtures and Supplies.
as follows :
Furniture, etc. $2596-69
Moulding - 171.45
Carpets, etc. - 133238
Undertaking Stock
& Fixtures  -      817-28
Total        -        $4917-70
Bids will be considered for any   one
line or for the whole stock.
Nelson  Sl Fort
Sheppard R'v.
Red Mountain R'v.
Stock lists can be seen at oflice
ot the undersigned, Nelson, B. C, ;
at the office of The Canada Furniture Manufacturers, Toronto, or at
the office of H. R. Ives & Co.,
The stock is all new and up-to-
date, no old shop worn goods, as
the firm has only been in business
for a short time.
Any further information will be
gladly given by
N. T.  MACLEOD, Assignee.
Nelson, B. C, Feb. 24,   1902.
For the comfort of the number of
people who are now using this
popular line, a direct daily Buffe'
Car service has been inaugurated
thereby giving passengers every
comfort obtainable on any of the
larger railways in Canada or th
U. S.
Close connections made  at   Spo
kane for the south, east   and   west.
Only 10 hours to Seattle and   18
to Vancouver and Victoria.
Passengers booked direct through
to all European points,
Leave DAY TRAIN Arrive
v-.-io a.m Spokane  7:15 p.m.
12:25 p.m Rossland 4 :30 p.id
10:30 a.m... .Mountain r, ���:,,.i p. in.
'.i:iii ;i. m Nelson ti :45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON, Q, P. & T.A.
Spokane   Wash
Agent, Nelson, B.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
head offiob toronto,  ont.
Money to loan ou Straight Mortgaite.
Apply to (>. h. LKNNOX B��kw 81.
Dominion and
Land Surveyor.
'��W-      V**4 Nelson Dail\ Minerr Tuesdw, March ii,   1902
��� '
Choice Designs for
Dainty People
The dainty colorings of this season's goods have never been
equalled. In choosing Wall Paper
you want the prettiest and best.
You can get a belter 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 ,fc Risch pianos
i I
Edward E. Richards opened a gon-
oral grocery at tbe corner of Stanley
and Robson streets yesterday.
H. Z, Brock, of the Northwestern
Development Syndicate, left for Robs-
land and tbo cuast last evening on a
week's trip.
The case of Briggs vs. Nowswnnder
came up for trial yesterday beforo the
Supreme court of Canada. The do-
cision was reserved.
The annual general mooting of thc
Kootenay Lako General hospital will
be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock in
tlie board of trado rooms.
The socond general meeting of lhe
Tourist Assocation wiil be held this
evening at 8 o'clock at the board of
trade rooms, when tho executive com-
ini ttoe will present tlieir report.
Owing to Fraternity ball boing engaged for tlio evening of Marcli 17, the
date Axed for tlio Nolson Minors'
union bull, that ivent has been postponed till the evening of Friday,
March 28.
Thomas liradshaw, who has been
for live weeks an inmate of the Kootenay Lake General hospital, died there
on SuLday of tuberculosis of tbe
lungs. lie has no relatives or uny one
who know his antecedents in Nelson.
Tho funeral will take place this afternoon.
The Young .Men's Debating society
will hold another debate this ovening,
commencing at 8.4,1 in the parlors of
the Congregational church. The subject for diueussion will bo "Resolved,
that ambition has boon moro detrimental to tbo progress of the human
race than beneficial."
At tho record olliee yesterday a certilicate of worn was granted to Ovid
l'oulin, on tlio London Star. S. Marshall transferred a one-quarter intorest in tho Smuggler fraction tc E,
Vollard, consideration nominal; Q.
I'eoue transferred a one-half interest
in the Silver Bullion to W, Davis,
consideration nominal.
An immense caribou head arrived
at the express olliee yesterday, which
���will be rallied shortly for the benefit
of P. Larson who was seriously injured while working as the foreman
of a survey party in tho Lardeau last
fall and lias sinco boon at tho hospital. The animal was ono ot the
largest over shot in tlio Kootenays and
the head and antleis will be on ox-
hihition today.
II. LaBrash and Simon Pleff, who
were committor! for trial by Police
Magistrate Crease last week camo up
yesterday before Judge Forin to elect
for trial. They eluded to stand (rial
at the assizes. Tlieir solicitor a. H.
Taylor then applied to tbe jiulgo to
release the prisoners on bail and
Judge Form made an order fixing tho
bail at $100 for each mnn,tbo recognisance to be to tlio satisfaction of the
deputy olerk of the peace.
The Ne son U1111 club hold its first
regular shoot on Sunday morning.
Tlio weather was fine but the shooting
was not up to the expected average,
There wan a good attendance of members, Tho Patenaude Handloap cup
was won by James Wallace, who
deserves much credit, as this was the
llrst timo ho had shot ovor tho traps.
He mado a sore of 21 out of 35. The
other threo highest scores wore: Ward
14, (loopol III, Pollock 18, Guepel
won tho high gun gold button, Pollock the silver, and Ward tho bronze
A number of sweepstakes Wore also
The only case of importance before
tllre county court yesterday was the
jury case of Nee lands vs. Fletcher,
which was watched with much intorest by quite a number, In 1809 at tho
suggestion of the defendant, Mayor
Fletcher, .1,000 shares of King Mining
company (Oro Donoro) slock were
purchased, for which tbo plaintilf.
Ex-Mayor Ncelands paid $1,600, The
plaintiff claimed that -',000 of the
shares wore for the defendant and he
sought to recover tbo $000 ho advanced
for him on account of lho same. The
jury returned a verdict for the
J. .1   Morley,representing tho Wyld-
Durling   Co.,   of   Toronto,    Is at   the
A. II. MacNcill, K.C., of Kossiand,
is mi tho city in attendance on the
County court.
L. A. Campbell, manager for tho
West Kootenay Power nnd Light Co.,
is hero from Ro island, and is sojourning at the Phair.
A. s. Blakemore, son of W. H
Blakemore, is in tUp city from Montreal. He Intends to embark in tbe
real estate business with S. M.
A young man named flurry Harvey
was arrested on Sunday charged with
the theft of a gold watch and chain
from llernico Ethcridge. At the police
court on Monday morning his case
was adjourned till toda;'
The Kootenay Fish and Game Protective association will meet Wodnosday evening in tho mission hall of St.
Saviour's church at 8 o'clock when
the chief business will be the adoption of the constitution and bvlaws
and the election of officers for the
coming year. The constitution aud
bylaws aro very short, the chief section of the constitution bciug thut
setting forth of tho objects, the inoBt
important of which is the enforcement
and maintenance of the laws for the
protection of tho game laws of the
province. Each member is to pledge
bis honor to carry out the objects of
tho association. The annual foe lor
membership will bo 81.
Prof. E. E. Price, Dominion Fisheries commissioner, Iiub written tbat
he expects to visit Kootenay lake iu
April or May in order to classify the
fish of the district, particularly the
brook trout. These fish have never
beon classified authoritatively, although the varieties Bro pretty well
known to those who take an intorest
in such matters. The work of Prof.
Prico in tllis matter will bo appreciated by those interested in the fish
for the district and his classification
will bo usoful in defining regulations
of the department and incidentally
will remove doubt as to interpretation
of these regulations in case uf prose-
oution for infraction.
Fine      American    shoes���Wallace
Miller Co.
Beforo pltcing your order for wall
paper it will pay you to see our new
designs,F. J. Bradley and Co.
Because of the delay in the Red
Mountain train last night the per-
fomance by Otlo Fiechtl's comic
players did not commence until oon-
siderably after II o'clock, and it waB
after midnight beforo the entertainment concluded. The houso was well
filled and the peiformanco gave general satisfaction. The company is
above the average of the attractions
billed in Rossland, and the faot that
Hire audience remained to such a late
hour to witness the entire entertainment is a compliment that would be
bestowed upon few of the companies
thnt have played bore this season at
least. Tonight a change of programme
is produced, and the company merits
a crowded house.���Rossland Miner.
Rain coats, umbrellas, rulbers, new
goods, iust iccoived: everything with
stylo, quality value, you'll find here,
���Tbo Wallace Miller Co., limited.
Monte Carlo, March 10.���The semifinal round of the international chess
tournament was begun hero todny.
The first adjournment took place ut
1 o'clock when Albin had beaten
Reggio, Pillsbury had dpfoated Mortimer, Maroczy had floored Popiel,
Schlechter and Wolf and Mason and
Eisenberg bad drawn Tho other
games wore ad j ourncd in even
The following additional results
wore recorded in tlie afternoon session, Janowski boat Marshall, Napier
downed Tschigorin, Tiechmann compelled Tanasch to resign and Meises
won against Schove.
When ynu have any team work or
want ooal or wood cull up 88 West
Transfer Co, office Ward street, opposite Minor office.
Venezoulan Rebels Havo Taken David
and Murdered all Prisoners.
Panama, March 10.���The Pacific
Steamship Navigation Co.'s steamer
Tabnga, which arrived here on Hun-
day afternoon from Peddraga, tho port
of Ohtrla.nl, confirms the reported capture of the town of David.
The report has been circulated hero
that tbe wounded government soldiers
and the prisoners taken by tbe revolutionists at the David engagement
have boon put to death.
General Horrora attacks! Agua
Dulce with a strong force on Fob. au.
General Ca��tro resisted him for four
days but ho was probably short of
ammunition. He then abandoned the
The government here has positive
information thai the revolutionists
��� ad 70(1 men killed or woundod during
these engagements.
"Dej'.roy (ht uuie, you remove
tht effect."
eradicates thc germ, promote! the
Srowth of the hair.    For talc by all
ruggisti.   Price $1.00. s
(Continued from First, Page)
have it removed at once.
It was decided on tho recommendation of the supeiintondent of the
electric light that a pole lino should
be extended along Vicloria street to
Cedar street at a cost of fl'JO.
Aid. Irving moved, seconded by
Aid. Drew, that T. VI. Lillie be
appointed chief of the fire biigade,
salary to date from the first day of
Marcli. Tbis was carried, Aid. Irving, Diew, Scanlan und Hamilton voting in the affirmative and Aid. Selous
iu the negative.
The oouncil then adjourned until
March 24.
Don't overlook us in our new quarters opposite Miner otlice. Ward streot.
Coal and wood, West Transler Co.
Trunks, valises���The Wallace Miller
Cambridge, Mass., Maroh. 10.���The
grand jury of Middlesex county today
reported an indictment on four counts
against Joseph Wilfred lllondin, alias
Joseph Bernard, charging him with
the murder of Margaret Emma Blon-
dm,bis wife. Blondin is under arrest
in New York.
Madden��� S. Sleeman, Maple Creek.
Tremont���A. Jamieson, S, Burgess,
W. Brewer and wife, Sirdar.
Hume���W. J. Thompson, Silverton;
J, W. Pantall, Spokane; H. A. Small,
Vancouver! C. B, Lockhart, Rossland.
Queens���J. A. Long and larnilv,
Kaslo; A. L. McLean, Slocan; F.
Walker, Marysville; J. Brill, Slocan:
H. A. Stewart, Kootenay.
(Jrand Central���W, F. Glasson, O,
MoLeod, Crawford Ray; M. H.
Stearns, J. Dixon, Ainsworth; J. W.
Austin, flail; D. O. Mclnnos, Revelstoke, J. A. Blair, H. Duncan,
Phnir.���A. s. Blakemore, Montreal!
L. M. Davia, J D. McDonald, A
n. MiicNeill, Rossland; J. F. Miller,
Trail; E.G. Williams and wife, H.
Richardson, L.A. Camobcll, Rossland;
II. Miller. Spokane; J. F, Whiting,
llcrlin; A. McArthur and two sons,
Miss McArthur, San Francisco; A. N.
Mowat, Winnipeg.
In view of the faot tliat a Ping-
Pong tournament will he given on tho
17th lsth and 19th inst. for the benefit
of the Kootenny Lako Ueneral hospital, the annual ball of Nelson
Miners' union, which was to have
been held on the 17th inst., is postponed until Friday evening, March
Finest and Best Bar ln the City.
The best Brands of Liquors
and cigars.
$1.00 AND $1.50 PER DAY
JOSEPH HARWOOD,   -   Proprietor
Previous lo the Introduction of Clriflltln'
Menthol l.iiiiinetil, belladonna Menthol and
porous plasters were extensively UHiirl, l''or
pains in any part of the body Grifliths Menthol
Liniment Is superior to plasters of uny Bind, 11
Immediately penetrates to tho painful parts,
relieving in a few minutes.   Price -lit cents.
Kor sido hy .1. H. Vnnslone. Nelson. B. IT
If there is anything you require,aaW
for  it  in    b* eeluuui  of the Miper
Monarch Special
A Watch built especially to stand
the hard usage of this country, it has
as a fine timepiece. It will be at
home on the railroad or in the
Have a look a* :f befoie  buying,
Patenaude Bros.
Be Sure and Get the Genuine.
| Lawrence Hardware Company 1
B Sole Agents, Nelson, B. C. :
To enable us to dispose of the stock of Tweeds, and Woollens just purchased  at
a rote on tbe dollar from E. J, Kobie,   Merchant Tailor we will for tbe next
80 days give the largest discount over given in ordered clothing.
Fine Fit-ill .li VI ���,���>(, <l Trouserings, niiule lo Order
liue Bcotco Tweed Buttings Mniic lo Order
Fine, itlarl. Fntrlisli Worsted Hulling* imiilr in Order
$ ii..-,i>
Satisfaction Guaranteed.   Union flade.
H. M. VINCENT, Merchant  Tailor, Baker St.
If you overcome onr way ami wo do not treat you right)
please publish tho fact.
D. J. Robertson & Co.
Vernon St., Next New P. O. Building.
Province of llritish Columbia, Nelson,
West Kootenay, TO WIT:
Ily virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias
issued out of the Supreme Court of
British Columbia, at tho suit of The
Bank of .Montreal, Plaintiff, and to me
diie'tod against the goods and chattels
of The Tribune Association, Limited
Defendant, I have selznu and taken in
execution all the right, title nnd
interest of the said defendant, The
Tribune Association, Limited, in the
printing presses, eases, type, paper,
envelopes, book binding machinery,
ruling machine, power wheel, and
other printing machinery and material now stored in tlie building
situated upon Lot 0 in block 12,fronting on liaker street in the City of Nelson, llritish Colombia; To recover the
sum of Three thousand and twenty-
six dollars and sixty-one cents
($3,020.011,and also interest on the sum
oi Three thousand and twenty-three
miliars and eleven cents ($3,028.11) at
live por centum per annum, irom tlie
14tta day of February, 1(102, until payment, besides sheriff's poundage,
officers' fees, and all other legal incidental expenses; allot whioh I shall
expose for sale or sufilcient thereof to
satisfy said judgment, debt and costs'
upon the aforesaid premises, Jlaker
Street, Nelson. 11.C, on Friday, the
I Ith day of March 1U02, at the hour oi
eleven o'clook in tbo forenoon. An
inventory of the goeds and chattels to
be sold may be keen at my olliee, next
to the couit bouse, in the City uf Nel
son, on ana after the ltltn day of
Maroh, 1003.
NOTE.���Intending purchasers -will
satisfy themselves as to interest und
title of the said defendant.
Dated at Nelson, h. C,   .1th March,
Sheriff of youth Kootonay.
In accordance wilh tho By-Laws of thc Society, thu Annual General Mooting will beheld
in tho Board of Trade Rooms ou Tuesday,
Maroh 11th at 3 p. m.
All annual subscribers to the BUtnci Ten Doi
larsate members of thn Society, olin'ib!o to
take part in the election of directors for the on-
sulng term and in onso of illne-u aro entitled to
free treatment in the hospital,
NELBON LODGE    No. 23, A. F. &
M, tnoetb' second Wodnoflday in
month.   Visiting brethorn welcomo
1. O. O. F. Kootenay Lodge
No. lo", moetB every Monday night,
nt their 'Jail, Kootonny streot
Sojourning Odd Fellows cordially invited.
! W. 11. Smith, N. (i.; G. F. Motion, V. G.; A,
I Loughurst. Hoc. Sec.
Nelnon Royal Arch Chapter No. 123, G. H. O.
Meets third Wednesday, dojourniog oompan
ionn Invited,   George JohuBtonoi z.   'i. J.
F. O. GBBHN        K.-B. 0LSMENTo
Civil Engineers and Provincial Land
Cor. Kootonay _ Victoria Sts. Nelson
P. O. Box 143 Telephone 2
Subscriptions taken for  the   Nel
son   Daily   and   Weekly   Miner  at
publisher's prices  by J.   F.   DEL
ANEY, New Denver,  B. C.
About that second-hand article o
yours. You'll sell it if you'll adver
Use it in The Miner want columv
/s.HA,      NELSON 1A)1>__\ Tso.li, IC.of P.
APW&imeet. In IC. of P. hull, Oilclicllowtt block
yjsevoryTuesday evontng at 8 o'clook.
Jc/All visiting knights cordially  Invito
Huull BTEVKNS, K. of H. and S.
Nelson Knca pment No. 7. Moot* ovory 2nd
and (th Friday of each month, in Odd KoIIowh
Hail, coiner Baker und Kootenay streets
Nelson, A. II. Clements, C. P.; D. MoArthu.-
H. ti.  visiting brothors always weWwnn,
NKLSON L. O. L. Nn. 1(102 meets m Km-
tornity Ball on first und third Friday ovening**
of oaoh month at, a 'j'cloek. Vhdtiug moiubor
oordlally invited. W. W. Bradley, W. K.
A.Mlaty, B.B.
NKLSON AKUIIC No. 22, P. O. K., meeti-
cvery Kccond and fourth Wednesdays of eacl;
in onth. Visiting int'iubortt cordially luvlt
Charles Prosser, rWratury.
Kootonay Tent No. 7, K. O. T. M��� hold theli
regular meetings in Fraternity Hall, 1.0,0. P
blook. on tho lat and 3rd Thursdays of onol
u.onth. Visiting brethren cordially Invited te
attend. G.A. Brown B, K.I Ur. Hose, Com-
11. .1.Steel, I). S. O,
,fss& SONS OF ENGLAND, meeti
Iff \   lHt and 3rd Wednesday ovoningrto:
lie. O Rll    D'"*  month   at  Fialornity hall
BO'V'Bjn   cornor of Bakor  and Kootonay
II)  atrooto.   VlBiUng brethern cord-
ss#   lallj invited.
KuwAitn Maci.kqd. Roorotorv.
Nelson Court Star of Kootenay, A. O. F
Heels 2nd and 4th Wednesdays in every
Month. Visiting brethren welcomo. V Mac
Milllo.li, C. P.; Herbert MoLeod. Soc
COURT KOOTKNAY, I. O. F., No. 3138,
Meetings Ith Thursday of month. Fraternal
hall, .1 A Irving 0. K.   P.   _ Fleming. It.
J- 0. GWILLIM, B-,  Sc,
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Mill A.
Between S. S. Bailey, Plaintiff, nnd
Dellie Mining and Milling Ooni.
pany (ForeignI, Defendants,
MENTS' ACT,  1809.
Pursnnnt to an ordir of the Honorable, Mr, Justice Martin, uiiido in tlie
above action on Friday, the -Ut day
of February, 1002, and of thu registrar's directions dated the 1st dny of
March, l'.KW, and filed herein, there
will bo offered for sale with the approbation of the Deputy District
Uegstrar at Nelson, by Samuel P.
Tuck, Auctioneer, at the court house,
Nelson, Uritish Coluubia,on Monday,
the 17th day of March, WO'l, at the
hour of 11 o'clock- in the forenoon,
ALL AND SINQOLAit tliat certain
parcel and tract of land and pteinlsos,
situate, lying and being in the Knots-
nay District of Kritish Columbia,composed of Lot 241 iu (iroup I, nnil
known upon the official plan or survey, of the said district, as the
"Dellie" Mineral Claim, for the purpose of satisfying the plaintiff's jml>i-
meut, which "vas obtained on tbe 15th
day of February, 1002, for the sum oi
$6,781.97 uud costs taxed at $2-1.11
with interest thereon at the rate of r,
per com. per annum, since said date
and tho costs of these proceedings.
The purchaser will be required to
make payment in cash at close of sale.
The purchaser will also be required
to satisfy himself as to the interost
and title of the defendants. Tbe highest bidder will be the purchaser.
Further particulars may be obtainod
irom the plaiutiff's solicitors or thu
Dated at Nelson, Uritish Columbia,
this 1st day of Marcli, 1002.
Deputy District Registrar.
Elliot aud Lennie, FlaiiitiuV
In the matter of the Winding I'p Act,
0,   120   of tho revised Statutes  oi
Canada and amending net--, and in
the mattur ot tho   Athabasca   (lolil
Minos, Limited,
NOTI0K is   Hereby   given   that   by
order   nerein   dated   the   l.'lth dny  of
February,    1002.   the   Honorable   Mr.
Justice Irving was pleased   lo appoint
Robert (Inrnet  Tatlow,   Esquire,   the
Provisional Liquidator, to be  Offioial
Liquidator     of    tbo     above    named
Dated"this Brd day of March, 1003.
Solicitors     tor   tho     said    Ollieinl
In the matter of the Widiiig-Up Act,
C. 120, of the revised Statutes of
Canada and Amending Acts, sun!
in the matter of the Athabasc?
Hold Mine, Limited.
The creditors of the above named
Compnny are requireo on or before tlio
14th day of April, 11102, to send their
names and addresses and thu particulars of their debts or olaims unit the
names and addresses of tbeir solloltoiS
if any to Robert Garnet Tatlow,
Esquire, Fairfield Huilding, Granville
street, Vancouver, Uritish Columbia,
the Ctlicial Liquidator of the said
Company, and is so required by notice
in writing from said Official Liquidator, are by tlieir solicitors to conic In
and prove their said debts or claims nt
the chambers of the District Registrar
of this court at the court house in the
City of Vancouver, at such time as
shall be specified in such notice, or in
default thereof they will be excluded
from| tlie benefit of any distribution
made beforo such debts are proved.
AND NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER (5IV15N tbat the first meeting
of creditors in the above matter will
be held at tho offices of the undersigned solicitors for the said liquidator at 11 o'clock in the forenoon on
Monday the 21st day of April, 1002, at
which among other business to he
transacted a resolution will be submitted tc the creditors lor their approval providing for tbo snle of the
company's assets subject to the sanction of the court.
Dated this 4th day of March, *.
D, KKI2.
S)liTiters for the said Licjiudator.


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