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Daily Edition No. 1059
Nelson,   British  Columbia, Sunday,  June 9.  1901
Eleventh  Year
VEGETABLES
V'''���'-���-' at 1 n.      '��� rules cf   the societies   tncj
. iitt. "nDTTTTII    A few 0I ���>�������� ranchers   aie   raising
A.1N JJ   �� lb U 11   vegetables for market,   but  only on a
small scale.    All   are   reckoning    on
their fruit   crops for profit, and   they
in the nature of things take some time
TO BUILD PROM     THE PEWTERS
THE COAL FIELDS j      GO TO WINTER
What Is Being Done on the ji. mat.���
The strawberries grown   iu
j are superb in   both   size   and
Different Ranches Near
Nelson.
Nelson
flavor,
and attracted favorable mention last
year when procurable. The value of
the strawberry crop grown in the vi
cinity last year could   not   be   ascer-
Vegetable Farmers Laboring Ituine(1' but was estimated to be about
" j 82,000,    This year it will be probably
Under Serious Dlsad- x  -1 --*- -"��-*��''���'���"���
vantages.
Probably many citizens of Nelson
will be surprised to learn of the varied natural products of tho city and
vicinity. While the city can lay
claim to much in the way of Uoricul-
tural beauties, a casual glanx- at the
surrounding country would not lead n
stranger to suppose that anything in
the way of agricultural investments
would be a sueess. It is true that owing to the short time thut the ranches
described below have been worked
that the fruit trees have not had time
to come to their full hearing season,
but the results already achieved are
Bo satisfactory that in another two
years Nelson will he supplied largely
with loeal fruit.
At present, outside of the Chinese
gardeners' supply of vegetables,strawberries aud a few currants and raspberries are all that aie seen in Nelson
of locnl products. A large number of
ranches have been taken up within
twelve miles of the city and are being
worked assiduously and this year a
good deal larger crops of strawberries
will be marketed heie than formeily.
This will he hut a drop iu the bucket
of local demand, as there are few cities in Canada in which ns huge an
.mount of fruit per capita is consumed each year. With vegetables, conditions at present aie in an unsettled
condition. All ranchers asked united
in Buying that the ditllculty is not in
connection with the soil, whicli when
properly handled produces as large
crops of mots as a similar sized plot
of land will produce anywhere, the
difficulty lies in disposing of their
crops. To sell them to a dealer or
wholesaler it is necesi a ry to do so at
prices whicli will allow the dealer a
margin to cover losses, make a profit
and meet the competition of the Chinese, who by peculiar and in some instances, unmentionable methods, can
produce vegetables at the lowest possible cost; at a cost which the most
industrious white - mun uotild not
reach.
When  asked  why  they   could   not
sell direct to consumers the same  as
is done in Eastern   cities, several up-
farently   good   reasons   wore   given.
The majority of the ranches are on the
same side of the   river as Nelson, and
are scattered along west of the city for
ten or fifteen   miles.    A   wagon   road
runs from Kootonay Crossing down to
the Uranite   mill,   but   unfortunately
there is no other connection   between
there   and   tlni oity but a rough  four
foot trail.   Very little expense would
put a wagon road through, but so   far
the Government   refuse to aid   it, although even over   the trail there is  a
great deal of   travel.    ThiB break necessitates shipping by  rail from Kootenay Crossing, and a rancher to bundle farm products directly would have
to keep a team in town ns well. When
a wagon road is   put through thc fine
ranching  country   along   tho    north
bank   will   undoubtedly    be   covered
with prosperous ranches very quickly.
As it Is thcro are over a dozen ranches
ln tbe vicinity  mentioned   which  nre
being actively worked.    On these during the  last   three   years  havo   been
placed over 3,000 fruit trees, the owners hoping that by the time tho   trees
are bearing well a wagou road will be
through.    Ab   to   vegetables,   for the
reason given above   and others, nothing can be done at present.    Ono oom-
plninunt, said   that   from bis experience at the Coast he did not intend to
try vegetables here, beyond   sulllcicnt
for bis family and himself. He stated
that ho tried it at Victoria   but found
that the  vast majority of people who
used much vegetable truck   kept   Chinese cooks.    These cooks, who   goner-
ally had charge of the kitchen buying,
would not purchase from a white man
unless expressly   ordered   to   do so by
their master or mistresses, they would
then   purposely   spoil   or   keep   until
stale any goods   purchased   from   the
white dealer ua they   were  bound   to
Crow's Nest
to Be Constructed at
Once.
given for prizes. The ciews in the
finals were, Strachan how, Anil, '.'nd,
McCrea :ird, Winter stroke. W. Frits
er bow, ,1. A. Newport 2nd, E Meyers
,lrd, G. tl. Hodge, stroke,
Hodge's crew is   made lip   of   green
i a men and their   showing  at   the   first
Southern Line | His Crew Wins the Boat Club i regatta was so good that thev are
SPORT TALK
IN OLD LONDON
treble. Local currants, gooseberries
raspberries, etc., will all be well represented this year in town.
As tc the varieties of tree fruits being grown the varieties are many, apples, of course being well in the lead.
Next, in favor come pliros, cherries,
pears, quinces, peaches, apiicots,
about in the order named.
Poultry ranching is iol'owed by several. Allen Brothers, ou the lower
side of Selous point, west of Grohman
creek,intend going in for it extensively, while all the ranchers carry more
or less of chickens, ducks and geese.
With poultry, at preseut, tbe returns
are large, but the expenses are also
high. The principal difficulty is the
feed question. The land on most of
the ranches is hard to clear, and it
seems hard to give up what is cleared
to raising chicken feed, but unlesB
this is done, the high cost of the feed
eats up most of the profit. In a way,
at the commencement of the industiy
it iB a good thing, as ranchers who
are bringing in stock are far more
particular in bringing in only the
best grades of poultry, as those are
the only ones that theie is profit in at
present. The result will be that in
tho future,when chicken feed becomes
considerably cheaper, and more go into it, tho fowls to be purchased here
will be far above the average breed.
At least two parties are trying bees,
which should prove a profitable investment, from the great amount of
white clovei lawns and pastures in
the vicinity. This, as is well known,
produces the finest grade of honey in
existence. As to the demand for
honey, it is so] immensely in excess
of the supply in the west that a very
good opening is here afforded to bee
keepers.
A number of ranches havo been rented by the owners to Chinamen, until
the fruit trees shall have attained
sufficient sizu to make their crops profitable. The small fruits cost too
much in picking to allow much margin, but when tbey can be taken in
connection with the larger fruits will
count on the light side of the ledger.
Three or four parties are raising
Belgian hares, but so far have not attained any startling suocess. The
ranches on the other side of the lake,
in most cases, cannot be handled to
advantage with horses, but those that
can are doing well, although the labor of taking to the boat and then
transhipping again will always be a
terious drawback. At Scions' ranch,
at present operated by Chinamen,some
fifty acres are under crop, mainly vegetables, .quire's ranch is being
partially worked . At Newling's thu
fruit trees arc looking well, and in
another season will be bearing well
At Morley's ranch quite a lot of
straw berries are being raised, as also
at Macdonald's.
On tbe Nelson side of tho lake, "fit
Robert's much, a number of ucies aro
under crop, and a considerable quantity of fruit trees have been set out.
Iu Kali view quit a large tract of laud
has been cut up Into acre and five aero
lots, ninny of wblch have been bought
up, and aie being cleared this summer, but very little will be raised until next season.
Up Cottonwood creolt valley thc Chinese have a large vegetable ranch,and
numerous small ones. There Is also a
couple of white ranches west of Nelson, the fitst ranch that is being uc
lively worked is that of li. Bunker,
wbo has sun fruit tines and a lot of
small fruits. This ranch at present
is leased to Chinamen. McCreath and
son are working a couple of good
farms farther down, also In fruit, and
two more ranchers have land between Nelson and Kootenay Crossing.
Below the crossing considerable
land has been taken up, but the luck
of a road to town has prevented much
progress being made.
Probabilities of a Strike of C.
P. ?.. Trackmen This
Week.
(SPECIAI, TO THIS MlNKR.)
Winnipeg, June 8.���Elias Rogers,
Toronto, managing director of the
Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co., passed
through the city on his way tn Fernie
to let tbe contract for the immediate
construction ot the Crow's Nest .Southern line to connect with tlie Great
Northern.
A deputation of Catholics will wait,
on the School Hoard Tuesday to discuss with that body on what terms 1000
separate schooi children may be taken
into tho public schools.
Fours   at the
gatta.
,--_  iey
, anxious to   row   the winning crew
"��" j friendly race next week.
Fine  Weather.  Fine  Sport,
Fine Crowd Make up
the Afternoon.
Montreal, June 8.���The trouble between tbe C. P. R. and its trackmen
is rapidly reaching a crisis. Daily
conferen.es are practically broken
off. The grievance committee is
today in secret session at thc Grand
Union hotel, and much interest attaches to what will be done. It was
stated this morning that an appeal
would probably be taken from Mr D.
McNicoll, general; manager, and the
matter laid before President Shaugh
nessy. This is the usual proceduiB and
is not expected to result in a settle-
meat. Tuesday or Wedesday of next
week will, in all probability bring a
general strike unles3 the coinpany in
the meantime grants the demands of
the men.
Colonel Steele, C. B., of the South
African constabulary, sailed for England, en route to South Africa, on
board the Australian this morning,
A large number of delegates from
Great llritain and the United States
as ivell ns from all parts of Canada,
have arrived for the Jubilee celebru
tion of_ the Young Men's Christian
Association. Howurd'WilllauiB, London, Bon of Sir George Williams,
founder of [the association, reached
the city last evening. ���
The civil action which Rev. F. J,
Steen is taking against the Archbis-
nop of Montreal, will be entered in
tho Superior court in the course of a
week or ten days at the latest. Thc
action is one of damages and the
aomunt claimed In $2,500, an amount
sufficient to allow of the case being
carried to the Privy Council if it is
found necessary to take the matter
before thut tribunal.
Toronto, June 8.���Tho annual commencement of Toronto University
took place this afternoon in the University gymnasium, Before a crowded
and fashionable audience, His Excellency, the Governor-General, received
the degree of L. h. D., and, us Vice
Chancellor Morse remarked, wus the
first honorary gi initiate to affix bis
name to the roll at the first convocation uf tbo new era in the University's history, in the first year of the
new century and thc first year of the
reign of King Edward. The same
degree waB conferred upon a distinguished ('iindian, Dr. Louis Honora
Frechette. His Excellency and Dr.
Frechette each gracefully ackowledg-
ed the high compliment paid them.
Cobourg, Jnne 8.���The tlial of the
petition against C. ,1. Thbrntoo, Conservative candidate. West Durham,
opened yesterday before Chief Justice Falconbridge und Justice Street.
Charges of bribery weie pretty thoroughly proven at yesterday's Bitting,
but agency has not yet been established.
Gait, Out, June 8���Hogg and Wbit-
foi'd's peat mill was completely destroyed by lire between 2 nnd II
o'clock tbis morning The pressure
boiler, engines and buildings were
destioyed. The Insurance is thought
to be about one half. The conflagration comes at n time when ordeis  are
WON THE OAKS.
London, June 8.���Cap and Hells II, __,���_��� ���	
owned   by   Foxhall   Keene won   the' plentiful and business brisk.
Oaks  at    Epsom    today.   Sabrincttu | ______
was   second,   and   Richard Crokcr'B
buy fi'ly Minuie Dee, third. Twenty-
one horses ran.
Hamilton, June 8.���The population
of the city is placed at .2,58.1, an increase of 5,300 over 1891.
C. II. Winter, somehow or othor,
generally manages to land the chief
prize at a Nelson Boat Club regatta.
Be did so yeterday in the for-oar contest, beating G.C. Hodge in the finals.
There were some excellent races which
provided an afternoon of very good
sport. The most surprising part of the
whole affair was the weather. For
the past week it has rained and rained and no one expected anything else
yesterday afternoon. But again the
unexpected happened. The sun shone
down fn m a cloudlees sky, fallowing
tbe ladies to don their light summer
gowns and make the lake beautiful
with the variety of colors. The C.P. U.
houseboat and that of Mr. T. G. Proc
ter were moored to the shore near the
(Id shipyards and opposite them a
large fleet of canoes, rowing skiffs
nnd naptha and steam launches kept
moving about, while in the outskirts
of the throng the Moyie, filled with
spectators and carrying the R. M. R.
bund, steamed slowly up and down
the course. It was a very gay scene
and one liable to impress a visitor
with the fact that Nelson has one of
the prettiest lakes on the continent
and that her people know how to enjoy it.
The committee that had the rugntta
I lu charge certainly deserve congratulations for the manner in which they
ran off the events. There were no
tedious delays and the spectators were
always either watching the crews preparing for a heat or the heat itself.
The first two crews to get away were
those stioked by Frank Fletcher and
G. C. Hodge. Both set out with a fast
stroke but early in the race Hodge
pulled ahead of the Mayor and won
by a clear length.
The next was the race of the day.
Day's crew was generally looked on
as the favorite, for what reason is not
apparent when all pulled so well,
and he was expected to pull away
from Bevan. But Bevan and li
crew had something to say about it.
Catching the water together they
pulled even for a time when Day gained a slight loud. But his stroke was
more ragged thun Bevun's and the latter pulled up steadily. A few yards
from the finish they were even but
Bevan had the stroke at the right moment and crossed the line a winner by
a margin of less than two feet.
Winter then made his fli'Bt appearance and won handily from the- Hedley crew. The victors pulled beautifully and after this heat they were
generally plokod as winners.
The last of the preliminary heats
was then rowed, Thomson antl Ford
were the opposing strokes. Ford led
all the way down the course but
Thomson made a Garrison finish and
won in splendid style.
Unfortunately the first of the semi
dials wm decided on a foul. The
Bevan und llodgo ctews were in it
and ufter the start came together.
Referee A. M. Johnson ordered a
fresh Bturt. Tins time they were
about a quarter of a mile apart but
gradually approached one another.
Both were rowing well when Bevan
git into Hodge's watct and another
foul occurred. Hodge claimed a foul
and the race was given him. It was
an unfortunate ending to whut promised to be u pretty race but the
refereo was clearly right in bis decision.
Winter and Thomson then came out.
The former took tbe loud from thu
first but could not pull altogether
away from hiB opponents. But Winter's steady stroke told at the end and
pulling well within himself, ho crossed the line u full length to the good.
Thut brought the finals down to
Winter and Hodge. They got away
well together and until near the finish
were ou even tenns, pulling u terrific
oar. But it wns the pace that kills
and near the line two of Hodge's
men gave out, leaving Winter to   wi
THE BOER WAR.
London, June 8.���Mrs. Louis Botha,
wife of the Boer commandant-general, arrived at Southampton this morn
ing on board the British stearo.r
Dunvegan Castle, from South Africa.
She refuseil to grant an interview,
but n son of ex-Secretary of State
Fischer wbo accompanied her, informed a representative of the Associated
Press that Mrs. Botha was going
straight to London and later would
proceed to Holland and Belgium, but
that the date of her dcpartuie for the
continent had not been fixed.
Mr. Fischer was unable to confirm
the report that Mrs. Botha had come
on a peace mission. He was released
on parole in otder that he might accompany her.
Cape Town, June 8.���The British
surprised two Boer laagers at different points in Cape Colony Thursday
night and captured 12 prisoners, 1,500
rounds of ammunition and a quantity
of  supplies.
A railroad wreck occurred near Pretoria, June 7th,in which nine soldiers
were killed and injured.
London, June 8.���The British war
office knows nothing of the alleged
request of General Botha, the Boer
comtvander, for a conference with
Lord Kitchener at Standerton near
Joliiiiinesberg. Durban railroad. The
officials here point out that if anything of the kind bud occurred Lord
Kitchener would have notified the
government   immediately.
Derby  and the Oaks Most
Prominent Topics of
Discussion.
American   Horses.   Jockeys
and Methods to the
Front.
THE SECOND ACT.
After Postponement French Duelists
Manage to Draw Blood.
Paris,June 8.��� The duel witli swords
which was begun yesterday in the
Pare des Princess between Mux Regis,
the anti-Semite mayor of Algiers, and
iu. Laberde.que, an Algerian journalist, and which "as adjourned after 10
resultless rounds had beer, fought,was
resumed tbis morning. M. Regis was
seriously wonnded in the forearm, a
copious flow of blood resulting, and
the duel was thereupon slopped. The
seconds,however, subsequently became
involved in a lively altercation which
will possibly lead to  another duel.
LONO   WAY   TO  GO YET.
(SPECIAI.. TO Till'. MINKIl.)
Victoria, B. C, June 8.���A special
dispatch lecelved here from Dodges
Cove,on the west const, suys, that the
war canoe Pell :an,on which J.C. Voss,
a Victoria hotel man, and Normnn K.
Luxton, a newspaper man, started on
May 21st, on a round thc world trip,
has put in there leaking.
ACCOMPANIED   HOME.
(SI'KCIAI, TO   THK  MlNKR.)
Victoria, B.C., Jnne 8.--A telcgrnm
received here toduy by tho chief of
police stutes that Lcightner, the absconding Northern Pacific agent who
is held at Winnipeg and for whom
friends arc trying to arrange a settlement, is being brought buck. He
starts thiB ufturnoon with Detective
1'ulmi'a' for Victorlu.
London, June 8.���London is talking
of the Derby and the Oaks. Tho
discussion of the relative merits of
American and Biitish methods of
training and riding hus broken out
anew.
The Sporting Times says: "The
Derby has been won by a French
horse and an American horse but
never until Wednesday was It won
by a horse that had other than an
English jockey in the saddle. Whatever our horses might be, the supremacy of our jockeys was deemed complete. But the falaey is now exploded, thus two records were broken viz,
victory of a jockey wno was not a
subject of the King and the running
of the race of the fastest time on record,
The Derby was an Anglo-American
triumph but not so with the Oaks,
which was American pure and
simple.
To add to the American triumph
thc Tammany chief, Croker, ran
third in the Oaks, while an American
jocaey rode the winner of thc Derby
aod the first three horses in the Oaks
were ridden by jockeys of that nationality. The papers stated that Mr.
Whitney would bring Volokyovsky to
America. But he can not do that.
Be has leased the horse for ��5.000
cash and half of what the horee might
win at three and four yea ra of age,
after which he was to be returned,
Had Lady Meux cared to sell thu colt
outright on an offer that was made,
he would now Btand at ��25,000 tbe
offer being ��15,000 down and ��10,000
more if he won the Derby,
In these mutters she hus not looked
on money at all. Her great desire
waa that as Huggins hud borne the
heat of the day he should reap tbe
reward. For that reason she accepted
an offer thut would admit of Volody-
ovskl remaining In the stable. The
only thing that might have altered all
this was if King Edward had continued to be Prince of Wales. But
for his accession to the throne wu
should now see him credited with
what no living man nas been ciedited
with, viz.:    Three   Derby winners.
Lady Meux is a very public spirited
woman. She paid fully for a battery
of gnns, antl the public is little aware
of the tons of stores and comforts
she has caused to be sent out to the
troops in South Afiicii.
Fabulous sums were won on Cap
and Bells II. victory in the Oaks. The
commissioners bad literally unlimited
orders to back the filly ai long as a
decent price was obtained and every
American man or woman that saw
Foxhall Keene for a week was advised to back the horse.
MRS. M'KINLEY BETTER.
Washington, Juno 8.���Mrs. McKinley's physicians have Issued tha
following bulletin: "Mrs. McKinley's case at the present time presents
a more hopoful aspect."
U. P. TRAIN WRECKED.
Cheyenc, Wyo, Juno 8.���The overland limited, titst bound, on the Union Pacific, due here at 6.80 a. m., is
reported to have boen wrecked near
Hiiiinn, SVyo., 140 miles west. No
particulars hnve yet been received.
I men gave out, leaving nmwi tu   ~i_,u, ,,,..  ....,
I handily .and collect   the  pewter mugsj this place
HAS NOT RESIGNED.
St. Paul June 8.���President Mcllin,
of the Northern,Pacific said today regarding the published statement tbat
bo had resigned: "1 have not resigned, and 1 do not contemplate doing so.''
ASPHALT DISCOVERY.
Texarkana,   Texas,   June 8.���A ben
of fine asphalt   bus   been found   near
ARBITRATION SETTLED IT.
Albuny, June 8.���At u conference
held in this city today between the
hoard of directors of thu United Traction company and tlie; committee representing the employes of thu Albany
and Troy lines, the differences which
have sprung up between the company
and its employes during the past two
weeks were timlcably settled und all
chances of a strike happily avoided.
The suspended conductors were reinstated with pay and the other mutters
n dispute settled to the satisfaction
of the company un its employes.
PREMIER COMING WEST.
Ottawa, June 8.���Sir Wilfrid
Laurier has been invited to accompany the Duke and Duchess of York
upon their tcur In Canada. Ab thu
premier will of course uccept the Invitation be will be prevented from
going to the   Yukon   this summer, as
proposed. 	
LAKE CAPTAIN DEAD.
Toronto, June 8.���Captain Duncan
Clarke, for ��5 years captain ou Richelieu and Ontario company's steamers,
Is dead.
��-'     *��� Nklson Daily Miner, Sunuay, June 9, 1900
The Nelson Miner
Publirihod   Every  -Vlornini?   Except   Monday
���tiy THE���
NELSON   PUBLISHING
I.imitei) Liability.
CO.
SUBSCRIPTION ItATKS:
Dally, por month, by carrier      600
f)ally, per month, hy mail      50c
Daily, por year, by carrier , 8 7 00
Daily, per year, by mail    5 00
Daily, por year foreign    9 00
WHKKLY MINER:
Weekly.per half yoar  $\ 25
Wookly, por year    2 00
Wookly, por year, foreign    3 00
ubHcriptloiiH invariably in advance*
LONDON OFFICE)
145 Floot Stroot. K. C.
Central   Prees Agency, Ltd., Hpoclal Agents
HUDSON'S BAY
COMPANY.
INCORPOHHTBD    16TO.
THE  FOUNTAIN
BILL OF FARE
Sunday, June 2, 1901
Dinner from IS to 8 p. in.
STOCK-TAKING   SALE.
Our fiscal year encls on the 31st of this month, and in order to reduce
our  stook as much as possible before then we offer the  following
SPECIAL   BARGAINS
I Extraordinary Offer
SOUlJ
Ox Tail ii 1'AnirlaiHe
Consomme   a   lu Duborg
A!'. Chocks should bo made payable to the
ordor of Nklson Publishing Company,
Lihitko.
Aloxnndor A Co..521 First Avenue, Spokane,
Wash., kocp this paper on tl la*, and are our
uur.hon/.cd agent!* ->r advertisements and subscriptions.
SOME GRIEVANCES.
It is not our purpose to meddle with
the dispute that ingoing on in The
Hritish Columbia   Mining Record be-
500 yds of Fancy Prints, fust
colois; regular price l.^c;
now       10c
800 yds Printed Cambric; regular piice loc; now     7}_c
200 yds of Fanoy SilUs, assorted,
in stripes and checks; regular
price from 50c to $1.00; now
your   choice   for       50c
A small lot of Black Silk and
Satin Blouses, neatly tucked
and lined.
Regular price 810.00; now S5 00
Regular price 812.00; now     B 00
We have about twenty pieces of
new aud choice Costume Cloth on
hand, ii> fashionable shades and
colors. The regular price for a
costume made up from them would
be from $25 to $30. We now offeJ
to let you make your own selection
from them and we will
MAKE -Oil A COSTUME TO OIlllKK,
I.IX'KII. FOIt I. ��O.IMI,
~I~K
We
and
have a few of those nice Parisian Hats  left,
will   sell   them at  largely  reduced   prices.
FI8B
Salmon Steak Saute  n lu Aurora
Pom me   failles
MOILED
Sugar Cured Ham   denn Ilace
Ox Tongue   Czarina Sauce
ENTREES
Chicken a la Chasseur
Larded Fillet of   Beef,   Champignons
Caviare Saitires
Apricots a la Colbert
BOAST
Prime Ribs of 7!cef Yoikshire Pudding
Young Turkey
Leg of Mutton Red Currant Jelly "
SA LA D
Mayonaise of Sluimps
Hudson's Bay Company.
the slightest intention   of   provoking
... , ,,     ...   ,, ,.    .  a conflict  over this matter, aud when
tween the editor and Mr. A.C. .alt,of 1  ,      ,.    ,     , ....
,,     ,    , , .   . the   little   breeze   now   stirring   has
If asked for an opinion we '
Rossland.
should feel obliged to agree with The
Mining Record that Mr.Gait is entirely too sweeping in his conclusion
when he says that Legislative impositions and restrictions are making progress in the mining industry impos-
sble, and that it is actually retrograding. It is not as bad as that; but it
.s bad enough, antl the people generally, and especially the politicians,
should bave it hammered into their
heads that the industry of all others
on which the future of this Province
depends is being put in peril through
the nrass stupidity of our rulers at
Victoria,
Jlr. Gait enumerates some of the examples of unwise legislation affectiug
the mining industry. Down to 1800
the mining laws were satisfactory, It
was in 1807 the tinkering begar which
is working so much evil. In that year
was passed the Com. a_ies Act, irapos
ing excessive fees that had the effect
cf wiping out a number of companies
that were engaged in the develop
ment of the country. In the same year
the cost of a Free Miner's certificate,
when held by a company, was advanc
ed from five dollars to one hundred
dollais. In 1808 the Truck Act was
passed,which interfered very seriously
with tho inter_al economy of many
mines. Then in 1800 we had the
Eight-Hour Law, as Mr. Gait says,
"without any notice to mine owners
who had purchased tbeir properties on
the fait, of existing conditions, and
the result was the closing down of
many mints, to the great injury of
both Hie owners and the employes. In
certain districts, the Slocan for instance, the mining industry has not
yet recovered from the blow. Another result was a widespread distrus'
of a Legislature which would pass
such a law without giving tnose concerned an opportunity to show its Injustice." Of the prebent Legislature
it is said: "In 1000 the present Government was returned to power, and
it was supposed that stability and encouragement of our great industry
would result. At their \ery first session, notwithstanding the earnest
protest of representatives from most
of our leading mines, the Government
doubled the tax on the mineral out
put and more than doubled the fee
payable for Crown grants of mineral
c1b,juis." And in view of all this
conies the natural Inquiry, "Is it
any wonder that people, both here and
abroad, are holding aloof from i .vestment when our statutes disclose such
an injurious policy?"
The only excuse tor this systematic
harassing of our chief industry that
has so far been advanced is that thc
mine owners can afford the exactions,
and that it is better to bleed them of
the taxes required for the public service than to take them out of the poor
laboring man. It is the reasoning of
the domagogue, based on the demagogue's Intelligence. There will be
no mine owners to tax if their industry Is burdened with exactions beyond
its capacity to bear. It is not the
mine owner we have to consider, but
the business in which he is engaged,
and that business, as we all know,
has its limits of endurance. We
shall soon huve no one engaging in it
if our Legislatures keep on in their
insane policy of bleeding here, restricting th.io, and annoying everywhere. So far as Mr. Gait's letters
are calculated to impress this truth
on the public mind they are well oon-
celved, and deserve the thoughtful
consideration of all classes of out
people.	
blown over we shall find that nothing
harder than courteous Vords has been
exchanged. But if the Provincial Government mean to stu tip trouble it is
safe to say that in this, as in their
railway policy, they are the mere instruments of Mr. Joseph Martin. That
rather clever and wholly graceless
politician, while gambolling on the
surface in Manitoba, used to think it
fine sport to set up his judgment
against thc Federal Parliament, Government, and ^institution, and work
up the farmers of that Province into
a nne frenzy of excitement. It is a
way Mr. Martin has, and if he thinks
the Province should have control of
the fisheries he has doubtless given
his instructions to Mr. Dunsmuir toi
take   control. ,
The Revelstoke Herald is hotly in
favor of the law prohibiting the export of logs to the United States. If
American sawmill men want to cut
British Columbia logs they must cut
them in British Columbia. So fai
well. It is known, however, that re-
talia;ion is a favorite feature of the
international policy of our neighbors, and if they should order that
American logs be do longer exported
it would be a bad thiDg for, say, the
Nelson sawmill. True,the fortunes of
the Nelson sawmill should not be allowed to prejudice the larger interests
of the general public, but we see how
difficult it is to shape a trade policy
that may not in the process of its
evolution be made to partake of the
character of a boomerang.
Reduction in Fares
By Purchasing Tickets
TEN RIDES FOR FIFTY CENTS
5-Cent Pare May 1st, 1901.
TWENTY MINUTE 0AE SEEVIOfc
Leaving both termini at the hour,
20 past and 20 to. First, cai leaves
Hudson's Ray stores at 6,45 a.m., antl
last at lo.-io p. in., from up town
terminus for the Park.
Sunday service the same but out at
8 a.m. Cars meet the 11.35 a. m ,
and 10.10 p. in. Inbound trains. Pas
sengers desiring to go by outbound
trains must notify conductors.
SEAL ESTATE
A large number of good residential
building sites adjacent to the liner, of
their tramway, chiefly in the southern portion of the city to be sold on
easy terms.
Apply   Tramway      Oflice,    Vernon
Street:
A V. MASON,
Managing Secretary.
Spring Salad
VEGETAHLES
Mashed Potatoes    Hoi led Cabbage
Butter Beans
Aparagns a la Vinaigrette
DESSERT
English   Plum     Pudding   Hard     and
Brandy Sauce
Hot Mince.Pies Lemon Meringue I'ies
Strawberry Jelly       Vanilla Jelly
Pound ami Angel Cake
New York Ice Cream
Black Tea     Cafe  Noir Green Tea
Nuts        Raisins
WALL PAPER
UNION!   LABOR.
Buy    Only   Union -Made   Shoeu
Without exception the Coast papers
congratulate Mr. Alex. Henderson on
his appcintment to the Bench. This
is the Mr. Henderson wbo, as member for Westminster, ratted from his
party and took oflice in a Government
he was" elected to oppose. Such, at
least, was the very common accusa
tion at the time, and_ most of the
newspapers that are now loading him
down with congratulations were then
calling him very hard names. All of
which goes to ptove either that our
newspapers say things they do not
mean for party's sake, or tbey do not
scruple to eat their own words and
bow with rather slimy humility before success.
The banks and banking system of
Canada are not in need of special
iccommcndation, after the years of
experience they have gone through;
but it is worthy of n.entiou nevertl.e
less that the citizens of a town across
the border in Washington State
have petitioned the Canadian Bank of
Commerce to establish a branch
there. The matter is now under the
consideration of the Bank's inspector
for Britisli Columbia. It is a nice
little compliment to Canadian banks
nnd banking.
JactoryN?
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Our New Stock
NOW IN
is complete in all ths
New Designs
and Colorings.
Selected to meet the requirements of the residents o*
Nelson and the Kootenay.
Room Mouldings
To Natch.
SometUiiiQ out ol the
on.lr.ari).."
SPECIAL ENGAGEI-ENT
Charles
Erin
Verner
And His Own Company.
Of the Renowned
Irish Comedian
Three Nights
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June 10,11,12
Monday, June io
Tuesday, June 11
Wednesday, June 12
"SHAMUS O'BRIEN"
"ARRAH-NA-POGUE"
-     "CURRENT CASH"
Reserved Sents
General Admission
75c and $1.00
50 Cents
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
ALL   KINDS   OF
Fresh   and    Salted   Heats
WHOLESALE  AND RETAIL
Fisr. nnd Poultry in Season
E.  C   TRAVES.   Manager.
W.-W.-C. Block. Ward Stleet, Nflson.
Outers by m-*\\ receive careful and prompt attention
Canada Drug and
Book Co., Ltd.
This stamp used by the .JOHN Mo-
PHERSON CO., Limited, of Hamilton,
the   only Union Factory In'Canada.
LUniber..
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
I have a complete stock on hand of
Rough and Dressed
Lumber,
Shingles,
Mouldings. Sash Doors.
Inside Finishi
Coast Flooring! and
Finished Lumber-
Mill nt PILOT BAY. Tarda, NELSON
and LAR] O.
HEAD OFFICE:  NELSON.
New Yoik Ilrewing Company's (Spo
kaiie beer on draught at thc Athabasca Saloon.
<8&A.
Thin nijrnufi.ro la on overy box of the genuine
Laxative Bromo-Quinine T��bl(,ta
the remedy that enre. n coM la one da>
Thc Victoria Times sees danger
ahead if the Government persist in
their determination to assume control
of the fisheries, contrary to the will
uf the Federal authorities. It is not
probable  that  thc  Government   have
CITY  OF  NELSON
Notice is hereby given that the first
sittings of the Annual Conrt of Revision of the Wuniciality of the City of
Nelson will he held in the Council
Ch.imber at the City offices, Nelson,
on Wednesday the 10th day of July
next at 10 o'clock a. m., for the pur-
pose of heaving complaints against
the assessment as made by tne assessor, and for revising and correct lug
the assessment roll.
J. IC. STRACHAN,
City Clerk.
Nelson, B.C., May 28th, 1001.
J. A. SAYWARD.
GALT COAL
For domestic or steam use.
A full supply always on
hand.
Rates to all railway and
lake points.
W. P. TIERNEY,
General Agent.
Tel. No. 265.
Office ��� Two doors wes.
C.P.R   offices.
WALL PAPER
West Transfer Co.
Goal and Wood.
Agents Imperial Oil Oo. Ltd.
Blairmore Coal,    -   $6.75
Crow's   Nest   Coal,   $6.15
Anthracite,    -    -    $10.75
DELIVERED.
No order  can bo accepted unless
accompanied by cash.
Office on  Baker Street. Tel. 147
J.
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PIERRE  BROS.
Ladies' and Gents' Merchant Tailors and Dyers,
Suits Hade to Order, Gleaned, Dyed, Altered and Secured.
Josephine St., Opposite Clarke Uolel.
Mail Orders Solicited.
P. O. Box 634
P. BURNS & CO.
f holesale and Retail Meat Merchants
KOOTBNAYCOFFEE CO
Our Fresh Roasted Coffee Best of
Quality, aB follows :
Java and Arabian Mooha, per pound.        a  i��
Java and Mooha Blend, 3 pounds . ". *_ $
Fine Santos, t pounds  1 m
Santos Blend, J pounds....   I !~
Our SpeolalBland, 6 pound.:.'.';.'.'  J ~
Our Rio Ro~_t, 6 pounds  .���..,., 1 (E
A TKIAl OKD.lt KOI II'IT.U.
Salesroom.,
2 DOOPS EAST OF ODDFELLOWS
BLOOK   W. BAKER ST.
IN/ELSON, - B. C.
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, M. C
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Branoh Markets in Kossland, Trail, Nelson, Kaslo
Sandon, Throe Porks, New Denver and Slocan City.
Order, by moll to a. v branch will have careful rM prams, attention.
A. R. BARROW, a. ���_. 1. ou
Provincial  Land Surveyor.
Oorner Victoria and Kootenay Sts.
P. O. Box b Telephone No.
HOTEL ROSSLAND
VERNON ST., NELSON
RATES
By the week from $5 to $6.
By the day Si.00.
J. V. 0'Li.UQHLm,  Pron.
OALL ON THI
NELSON WINE CO
and try a bottle,  a dozen,  or a barrel ot
CALGARY BEER an it i* "     ���   -
oheapest   on    tho    market.
WINES,    LIQUORS     and
the be.t and
AIbo   try  our
and    CIGARS.
LIQUOR
.���HANK  A. TAMBLYN. M.��
Teleohnn   m, ��_.���,. si   n���.,
E. J.SCOVIL
MMIN- BHOKKB, ~OTABS rVBIAl
Wlnd.raiero Mlnee.   CorrearondenoBSolWlod
WINDS!. MERE, H. fl
REISTERER & CO.
Brewers of Fine Lager
Beer and Porter,
PROP IN ANP SEE C.8.
Kelnnn. B. O.
J). J. DEWAR, J. P.
Notary Public, OonTeywioer
FOR   SALE.
8-room liouse, corner of Latimer
and Cedar Btreets. Lots 75x75. Must
be sold.
7-Room house, Mines Road, rents for
825,   all   modern   conveniences,
51M0.
Spokane Falls &
Northern R'v.
Nelson  &  Fort
Sheppard R'v.
Red Mountain R'v.
only
Large houee,5 bed-rooms, batb, etc.,
2 lots, 82600.
Three houses on Victoria stieet, full
plnmbing, offered at a bargain.
PATENTS
Caveats, Desi .na, Copyright, and
Trade Marks obtained in Canada
and all foreign countries.
TRETHEWEY Sc BRITTAIN.
Room 3, Bank of British Nortb
America, Hasti.ags ~ltr��.f. Van-
oouvor.
The only all rail route between
all points east, west and south to
Rossland, Nelson and intermediate
points; connecting at Spokane with
Great Northern, Northern Pacific,
and O. R. & N. Co.
Connects at Nelson with steamei
for Kaslo and all Kootenay lake
points.
Connects at Meyer's Falls with
stage daily for Republic, and connects at Bossburg with stage daily
for Grand Forks and Greenwood,
Buffet Sleeper run   on  passenger
trains between Spokane and North-
port.
Leave PAY TRAIN Arrive
9.00 a.m Spokane 7:35 p.m.
12:50 p.m Rossland 4:00 p.m.
9 16 ����� m Nelson 7:15 p.m.
22 hours to Seattle.
21 hours to Victoria.
80 hours to Vanoouver,
H, A. JACKSON, G. P. & T.A.
_ _, _. Spokane  Wash
G. K. TAOKABURY,
Aeent. Nelson. P C.
Are you in want? If you are, tell
the people., through The Miner want
column, ��hat you are in waat of.
You'll get iL
fi
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_J-. NELSON  DAILY   MINER. SUNDAY,   JUNE"* 1901
A Beautiful Engraving of j|
QUEEN VICTORIA,
For Only 10 Cents.
/
All cncr the world these pictures will be sold. "None
knew her but lo Love her; None named her but to praise."
There aro Ten Million people in the United Slates and Canada
who will each want one of these beautiful pictures. They are
full size, 16x20. No expense has been spared and the .picture
is well worthy of a handsome frame. Agents can sell 100 a day.
Samples by Mail, post-paid io cents.
1 Dozen Pictures, 75c, sell for $1.20, profit 45c,
50 Pictures,    -    ..i-oo,     "      5.00    "    .a.co.
100       " -       S.oo,      "      10.00    "       5.00
Better order  100 at once and strike while [he Iron is Hot.
The lime lo soil goods is when people want them.    They want
them now.  V
Home Novelty Mfg. Company. SS
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will be found in the left hand pocket of thi coat.
Produced by the owners and makers of Fit-Reform,
whose agencies extend from the Atlantic to the Pacific.
We are the original founders, in the Dominion, of
tailor-made-garments equal to custom made.
This clothing, if not already there, will shortly be placed
on your market, await its coming.
Our garments are all guaranteed tailor-made from the
production of English, Scotch, Irish and Superior Canadian Mills. Fit unsurpassed and trimmings that will
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A large anil well ne.eoted slock to choose from.
We carry the largest line of White Ware suitable for hotel use
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M'FARLAND  &   BROCKMAN
iYlr.lliama'   Hill
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Baker Slrr.l
FLOWERS OF WITCH HAZtU
fh��.       Bloom      When      Everrt.ln
ArounU Them Is lee Laden.
Tlie witch hazel Is cominOD In damp
wnods all over the Uuited State., and lte
peculiarity of producing flowers in the
autumn is the same l~re0pecti~6 of cli-
mutes. From the shores of Lake Michi-
i, ui south, the bushy, ninny anglod little
tree will Clothe Itself in light yellow
Bowers after the leaves have fallen from
ull tho trees of the forest surrounding it,
and alLhoui. 1 (.ray and Wood are good
authorities, uud both say, in their botanies, that "the witch hazel blooms from
November to January," observation has
shu'vn I'm wilier tbat tbe blooms beuin
to open In September, before the leaves
are fast. In Oetohor the loaves fall and
still more flowers appear, and in November every Icmf will have been stripped
from the tree and the full flush of blooms
will clothe tbe branches from end to end.
Tlie (lowers pt-* perfect, or merely po-
lygUinoui and lu clusters OD the curiously
and sharply angled branches, und ths
Stamens ��n~ petals show plainly how
they are Insetted In thu calyx. Now, afler
i.OV.nibor tlie slniuens appear deadened,
but the petal, retuin tbeir gulden hue,
which is the reason mu* botnnists have
for saying it blooms till Jauiiury.
By a right combination of circumstances the witch hazel in yellow blooms
will be covered with snow aud ice, when
the holly sido by side with it Is bright
with berries. Until ufter January the
flowers cling to the leafless branches, and
then another curious phenomenon up-
pears. At this stage the fruit, or seed, Is
edible nnd bungs on the branches until
spring. The little fruit consists of nn
oblong, woody case, about half an inch
in length, inclosing two bard nutlets
Bomtewh-t resembling the seeds of nn ap-
ple. These Beeds nre expelled with a
snapping sound, nnd any one envious to
witness tbe phenomenon mny stuud near
the witch hu.cl ou a wnrm, dry. sunny
day and see it sow its seeds. The case
splits nearly to the base, and after tbe
needs have been sent bounding thc appearance of the seed cases Is like the
wide open mouth of a serpent. It is an
Interesting experiment to cut the
brunches with the embryo fruit und help
them lu n warm room until the expulsion
sends thc seeds bouueing about.���Vick's
Magazine.
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Manufacturers of
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RE ROPE w
Haulage
Uo Drove tlie Toothaebe Away V. Ufa
n Hammer anil Nails.
"I ran ncross a strange freak in a small
town in South Carolina," said a returned
traveler the other nigbt. "The town was
Binull and lucked many of the improvements nnd things really needed. One afternoon I bad a violent toothache, and
there wns no dentist about to offer me relief. The pain wns agonizing. It wus
new to me. I wandered about und drift
ed to the lone drug store nnd asked the
druggist for some old pain killer. He
gave 11 sickly grin nnd suid be didn't huve
n thing in the shop.
" 'I can stop tlie pnin all right, though,'
he told me, uud I promptly offered him
$5 if ho would.
"Tbe man took me to a porch at ths
rear of the store and culled to a boy for
hammer nnd nails, I got huffy nt this
cull, for I thought the guy hnd gone mud
and wns going to punch out my painful
grinder, but he assured me that be would
not touch me. He went to a post, which
looked as if it already bud 1,000,000 Bails
in it,and wrote four letters���'A, C, II, E.'
" 'Now, just watch me,' be snid, 'und
think of what I nm doing.'
"With that he took a hammer und began driving a tenpenny nnil. He gave
fancy licks. When ihe nail wns driven,
he gave the some sickly grin and nsked
about the pnin. 'Still there,' 1 said, and
then he took tbe nail and soon bad the
letter 'C covered. Hy that time the pnin
was disappearing, though I would not
admit it. The qunek continued to hummer until tbe last null was gone, and, on
my word, the pnin had disappeared. I
wuited n few moments for it to return,
but it did not, nnd up to this dny the
tooth Is sound. The druggist did not
want to nccopt tbe $5, but I Insisted.
"Talking to the mun afterward, he told
mo that he cured hundreds of cases of
toothache for people uvound the inclose,
as the driven nails could show. The negroes were the most frequent cullers, and
none, of them had to pay. It all seems
strange nnd funny, nnd 1 cannot talk for
tbe others, but thut man cured my tooth-
nche by the simple remedy of the hammer and nails."
Iloiiwlu tbe Hotel For Spite.
"One of the strangest incidents lhat I
ever witnessed," remarked Colonel Lyle,
"occurred in Camden, S. O."
"How wns thut, colonel'/" Interposed
a Gnzettu reporter, nnd tho crowd drew
their chips nearer.
"It wus this wuy," cintlnued the colonel. "Several years ngo, while I wus in
that city, a gentleman arrived at the
hotel there early one morning and while
making some requests of the lundlord,
who rented the hotel, received a very
short reply. Thereupon he inquired us to
who owned the hotel. After receiving
the information he went out nnd succeeded in finding tlie owner nud nctually
paid $10,000 for the building, and in
less than three hours returned to thvi
hotel with tbe keys und n deed to the
property mid locked up the hotel, with
the remark thut 'if the hotel could not bt
run decent he'd just close it up.' "���Henderson Uuzette.
Two Old I'liraae*.
"Coy baggage" seems to npply not
merely to the modest and retiring mnid,
or "girl," as we should now suy, but
rather to one who mnde pretense of
modesty, using it us uu additional weapon of offense nnd as n new snare wherewith to decoy men into the net of ber
charms, for the expression infers considerable personal charm. Where the
assumed modesty is unsupported by personal charm nnd where the assumption
Is not, as It were, licensed by youth,
"coy" becomes "sly," which is not so
nice, and the "coy bnggage," grown old
enough to know better, becomeB ��� "sly
minx."���Academy.
Modest Golf Player.
"I know one modest fellow who ploys
golf," snid un observer. "He never bus
a word to sny about himself us a crack
player, but bis wife makes up for it, and
she keeps ull his friends informed about
his phenomenal plays."
"How does she know?"
"Why, he tells ber, of course."���St
Louis Olobe-Democrat.
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Blirpass.d facilities and methods
have given our Pumps it Dominion-
wide reputation. They nre fully
guaranteed. Our designs include all
types of tha ordinary Piston Patti in
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duplex plunger patterns with pot
valves, also vertical Kinking Pumps
���both piston, and outside (lacked
double plunger pattern,
We arc up. rlnllKlH In Hie iiinnii.
lurltirc or rumps for bad mine
waler,  rumps   aclillllrd   by   com.
lU'a'SSCal llli', Klllliell I',l,ll|la,
rumps I'or special dulles, ele, etc.
j    Mine superintendents and those
j interested   in   Mine   Pumping Machinery would consult their interests by seuiling tor catalogue and
quotations.
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Vancouver Engineering Works,
H.t< CKHHOllS TO
Armstrong & Morrison,
Iron Founders, Boiler Makers & Machinists
VANCOUVER,  B. C.
Wo have the mosl complete Machine Shop and Foundry equipment
west of Toronto for tho manufacture of Hydraulic Giants, Rivited Steel
Pipe, Grizzles, Riffles, Ore 'jus, Ore 13'ickets, Steel Wheelbarrows,
Boilers, Stationary, Marine and Lngging Engines, Stc.un Pumps, Hoilcr
Tubes, Wrought linn Pipe and Fillings, lingineet's Brass Gcods and
Supplies, Marine Repairs, .Sheet lion and Steel Work, etc., elc.
We have in slock (or immediate delivery: Boilers, Engines, Pumps,
Ore Curs. Wheelbarrows,and Mining and Saw Mill Machinery of every
description,    We can ship anything you require at the shortest noitce.
Correspondence solicited and carefully attended to.
��� Note���OUR CELEBRATED "TRAUX" ORE CARS are handled
exclusively in Nelson, Kaslo and Sandon hy Messrs. II. Byers & Co.
._I.TI-I.AT~. Ill   luritoii iiivr.
NOTICB,
"Toronto," "Vikinn" (Fmolloual)and "Champion" Mineral Claim . Hiluulc in Iho Nelson
Mining liivis-ion of West Kootenay Lll.trlot.
Where loaned: On ~in.l. Creek, nbuut one
mile koiiI.Ii of Grantta mine.
Take Notico that 1,. ��� O. Green of Nolson,
anting as agont for Mnth Ntlwv.
Free Minor, -ortlfloala No. 11:115 H, ln-
l.i-nil, i-ixty (in.* frotndato hereof, to apply to
the Mining llcoorder for Certincaioa of Im-
ui'ovumonl for tho purpose of obtaining Crown
Urn ills to Iho uhovo claim*.
And further lake notion Unit aelinn, under
Srctlon :I7, must nt, c. mnionoed before the Issuance of such Certificate of Imprm omenta.
Datod lhl.20thdayof~.pilla tool.
F. C. GRE10N.
NOTICE.
Koliin Hoot,.. oaforth, Mlna, Pearl, Ilcola
Gold Vein, LuckUOW anil Gtm Friie' ion min
oralo'itim , situate tn ihe NolHooMluingDirin
ion of VVoB'< 1-oolonny.
Whoie -caled -Oh CoUnnwond Ore..
rpAKKNOTICIUhaW,  I''mi.cs J.  O'iieilly,
J. agont for M. 11, Ui'luaoll, Free Miner's
Ceillllcnle No. H37029 ami Hugh Nixon,
Froc Miner's Certificate No, n:iM!7, Intend, IKI
tliys from Iho dale hereof, to apply tu tho Mining Recorder torCoi'Uflonl.sof Improvements,
fair the purpose of obtaining Crown Grant of
tho above claims.
And furl her lnko notico Hint, action, under
section .7, must, be commenced before thc Issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.
Dated thUMth day of Mny, A. I). 1001.
FRANCIS J. O'HKU.LY-
JOHN McLATCHIE
Dominion and
ProvinciaKT*
.  LaDd Surveyor.
469 NELSON B C
Gamble &   O'Reilly
Civil   Engineer ft,  Provlnrinl   Land
Surveyor. Ileal  _M_t__llli.il.
Hiirnnrc Audit*.
FOE   SALE.
That desirable property of Mr. C. \V.
West's, consisting of acre lot. 1
story dwelling house, chicken
houses and market garden, good
water, cheap S2000
.1 lota, northwest corner Houston and
Ward streets $350
Lots 1 anil :;, block 28, lot lo.block 20,
lo^ustown.
Lot 11, bloek 14, city of Nel.on.
HI* I.sl.-dl Book.
Blpsby���What nre you writing now?
Higsby���A book on the art of boxing.
Bigsby���Why don't jrou call it a scrtf
tmkt   _..   .
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The DAILY MINER
WILL HE DELIVERED TO
Subscribers in Kaslo
Every morning iiinneilialily
on anivul of steamer, at Ihe
rale of    ...   .    ,   .   ,   ,
75 Cents per Month
Subscriptions to he loft
with the agent,
D.   J.  YOUNG.
NOTICE.
'' A lice Fractional" Minernl Claim
situate in the Goat River Mining Division of West Kooteuny District. Where
located: Next to uml West of the Alice
aud Morning til ar Mineral claims.
Take notice that I, Arthur B. Bar
row, acting tin ageut for Geo. Alexander,
Free Miner's |certificate No. B74,(it~>,
intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder
for a Certificate of Improvements, for
the purpose of obtaining a Crown
Grant of the atove claim.
And further tuko notice lhat action,
under section .17, must he commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated   this 3rd day of Mny, 1001.
A. R. BARROW.
���___.
Packed in 2 oz., 4 oz. and lA lb. Air-tight Tim.
id "flies trur&t de��t<i*-uA +e4S
n
Mis -nUt JtfvrtU/^
���f
imifK/ ty^-jk*kJun*i *4T ��
Wc wish to call the attention of the several "Celebration Committees" and the
public in general to the fact
lhat we are prepared to turn
out anything in the way of
artistic jewelry. New designs
in medals, trophies, etc. We
can do it on short notice and
at reasonable prices.
PATENAUDE  BROS.,
Manufacturing Jewelers nnd Wntchmakeis.
Ask your Dealer for
A CRAVENETTE Raincoat
Do you know what it is?
Cravenette is a superior cloth made byPriestley.Brad.brd,
England,  for men's  Rain
coats. T'is sold throughout
England and America, contains no Rubber, has no
Odor.    Yet t'is Rainproof.
Thij label on the collar of every geautne
Cravcucllc Garment,
Does not cause Perspiration
as t'is Porous.    Is worn at
all seasons and on all occasions Rain or Shine.
Manufactured into latest style garments by
E. A. SMALL & CO., Wholesale Tailors, MONTREAL
If our Cravenette Coats nre not for sale in your city, write us and we
will advise you where they can be procured.
-   V  ,_���. NE180N DAILY -MINSK, 8UNDAVJUNE 9, 1901
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Confederation Life Association
Proceedings of tlie Twenty-Ninth Annual Meeting,
Highly Satisfactory Results.
The twenty-ninth annual report presented at the annual meeting,
held at Ihe head rlliee ol" the association on April 29th, 1901, was entirely satisfactory.    The following is a synopsis of the report:
��� The dir.rlors are well pleased lo be able to present a report which
cannot Fall to prove satisfactory lo both shareholders and policyholders.
A ra'io of expenses t.- income is thc lowest in the history of the company.
The new applications for the year amounted to $3,301,804; accepted
and issued for the year, 832,332,908.
The claims arising from death were well within the expectation, calling for a total sum of $290,833, under 175 policies, on 144 lives.
In addition tb the amount paid to the representatives of deceased
policy-holders during the past year, the association paid to living policyholders the large sum of $25(1,714.50 under endowment policies. This is
much the largest sum paid for endowments in any one year of the association's history.
The valuation of the policy and annuity obligations of the company
was made by the insurance department at Gttawa, It calls for a total
liability of valuation, namely, the Institute of Actuaries' H. M. tabl.,
and 4 1-2 per cent on business to December 31st,1895, 3 1-2 per cent for
the business ol 1896 to 1899 inclusive, and 3 per per cent for the business
of 1900, is $7,146,311, the liability assumed in the balance sheet.
The financial statements fully set forth the position of the company
at the close of the year, and do not call for special remark. The audit.
as usual, was made monthly during the year, and the report of the auditors is subjoined to the financial statements.
Resolutions were passed thanking the officers and members of the
agency and office stafls, the solicitors and medical examiners for their
faithful services during the year.
FINANCIAL   STATEMENT
DISBURSEMENTS.
To nollcy holders:���
lloath clalniH ��278.072 88
Kndowmenta 2511.714 50
Annuities      17,470 73
Surrendered policies ...   lHi.51'2 00
Cash profits    85.123 92
Sixpences, salni'lea, commission .etc
IllvldendH to stockholdeiB	
Balance      137,102 82
703,1)21 03
236,513 68
15,000 00
Receipts.
FremlumH	
Intercut and rents (not)..
Total Sl.3.12,870 43
BALANCE SHEET
.11.063,71858
..     32,1,12181
?1,392,87013
TM�� . KID! OF 8TYLB,
Assets
Mnrtgng-. anrtroal eRtatc...
Ilonds'aud'debentures	
Loans on pollcfe-i and stocks
i tish In'bank and sundries .,
~iils.irallng.vnrt deferred Dremiums   230,105 57
Interest andrentR duo anil accrued.    121,780 ~)
lilARaLITlEB
 $l..r!)l.310 44 ��� ncsorvc on .olictns and annuities
  1,817,230 40 j    amocintlon . standard ��7,U 0,3.100
...    t.11.087.15   xietjcrvi)     government     standard
80,31011 !    ($7,044,530)
Pea!, ondotfment Claims       51,02082
Declared profits       78,287 42
Capital stock patu up      100,000 00
Sundry Items      20,06210
Cash surplus above all Habintios.as-
soda* ion'sRtinaftrd     400,771 25
Cash surplus, govi riimont standnrd
";5l��~-
total...
....?7',7iW,^)83 8n
t?5~f,5W.2f>)
Total..
..$7,799.. A3 89
The report was un~~imous1y-fl_~pt.d'~nd'the lollov/ing b.aYd of directors elected : Hon. Sir'W. P.'H.W.ahdj'W/H. Beatty, Escj.S W. D.
Matthews, Esq., Hon. Janies Young, S. Nor_~ei~ier, "Esq., W. 'H.
Gibbs, Esq., A. McLean Howard, Esq.,'Waiter S. Lee, Esq., A. -L.
Gooderham, Esq., George Mitchell, Esq.', Frederick Wyld, Esq., J. K.
Macdonald, Esq. At a subsequent meeting ot the board Sir W. P. How-
land was re-elected president, and'Messrs, W. H. Beatty and W. 'D.
Matthews, vice-presidents. ' A full r.po.t'df fli��f"'fr'--e'-tHWgs" is 'in 'the
press ahd wilt be ���available' shortly fa_t-d._f~4-~ti.n.''M_f~to_~; 'North-West
Territories one British Columbia represented by.
Daniel McDonald, Inspector.        Charles E. Kerr, Cashier.
Melville Parry, General Agent for Eastern -British Columbia,
Madden Block, Nelson.
Messrs. Ciiadbourn & McLaren, District Agents, Madden Block,
Nelson.
Thos. S. GlLMORE,  District Agent, Rossland
E.  M.  Sandilands, District Agent, Sandon.
HON-  SIR W. P; HOWLAND. K. G. M
J. K. MACDONALD. Managing Dlro.tor.
G., c. B., President.
W. C; MACblOMAtD, Actuary.
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Furniture Dealers,
Undertakers and Embalmers.
Fro~n$io'.ooop-;
F.om ;,$2v56 up;
From $13.50 up
BABY CARRIAGES
GO-CARTS
RECLINING GO-CARTS
VEPAI.DAH CHAIRS
RATTAN CHAIRS
Reception, Easy and J-a.ge  Rockers
carpet and rug squares
Have just opened up a carload in Tapestry,
Velvet, Beam Oriental or Persian, Saxonnie
Ascot, Browzac, Jute, Wool, B.ussels,
-Lanore.
LINOLEUM
in 27, 36, 72 and 144 inches wid**, neat, fancy,
architectural and unique designs.
FLOOR CLOTH
in 4 yds wide material, neat and pretty patterns.
PARLOR SUITS
Reception Chairs, Couches, Louhgcs, Divans.
JAPANESE MATTING Fancy GOlors
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I�� __��U nilttllah So.lrl. M��_. MIL
llonn ii Year.
Teople who want to keep1 up a hlg ...
tabli.lnuent, Bays the Loudon Mall, have
to pay for permission to do so. The ex-
cUe authorities see to that.
Last year society paid Into the national
exchequer by way of taxation and as the
price of style or "establishment license..'
no less than ��7-0,303.
Think, first of all, what it costs to keep
"James" in all bis dignity. Tbe exchequer values him at 15 shillings a year.
Two hundred and fire thousand five bun-
died and thirty-ii licensel for male
servants were Issued last year and
brought hi a revenue of ��150,990.
There are other rauk�� for carriages
than the cab rank. There is a 2 guinea
rank, a 1 guinea rank and tbe democratic
10 shilling rank. Between these thre.
ranks arc tbe greatest ronci'lviihlu dilTer-
euces, If your carriage has four or mon
wheels and is fitted to be drawn by two
or more horses or even mules, then you
must pay ��2 2s. a year for It.
But if your carriage baa four or mot��
wheels and is only drawn by one horse or
mule you can have the thing for 1 guinea
a year. Aud if perchance you caunot llvt
up to the four wheeled style, but arc content with u carriage or cart of less than
four wheels, then you can get off with a
yearly' payment of 15 shillings. This ta
the cheapest style the government can
tolerate, Hackney carriages come under
this head and pay 15 shillings.
Altogether those who ride In carriages
and carts pay ��510,890 a year for th*
privilege of riding on wheels Instead of
walking. But tbe hackney carriage-and
the two wheeled cart pay three-fifths of
that amount.
What is a carriage without armorial
bearings? Absolutely etyleless. But If
you wish armorial bearings painted on
your carriage you must pay ��2 2s. for the
permission, ns well as something to tha
painter for his skill.
If you wish to use armorial beitrhlgs in
any other way���sny on your note piper-
then a guinea a year will suffice. More
people use bearings In this way tbo. on
carriages. Last year ��31,909 was received for permission to put armorial
bearings on carriages'and ��4S,438 to use
them in other ways.
In this way Is mad* up the ��740,363
which is paid each year for permission
to live in style. But it Is only when that
Is paid that thc teal expense begins.
8MASHED DIVER'S HELMET.
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If YOUR HORSE
Is   lame    or    intet feres
bring him'to  the   City
Horseshoeing Shop, Jo
sephine Street
AlEX. GIBSON.
_r_iTER-_Cr_~G MIKE
Will pay the highest oash price for'all
kinds of second hand-goods. Will buy
or sell anything from an anchor do s
needle, F6ri~ltnre, 'stores,' oarpeHs,
'ooking utensils, bought, in household
apiantities. Also ' Mat off clothing.
Call and see me or write. Address
Silver KiiiK Mike, Box 800. Hal)
8*reet, Nel��on.-B <?.
A Timely Blow That Snv.d Bin From
Suffocation.
"I never saw a diver at work but onca
In my life," said an experienced bridge
contractor who now resides In New Orleans, "but the occasion Is impressed on
my mind by reason of a highly dramatic
incident. I bad a contract for a bit of
trestlework at Port Tai_pa and hired a
well known diver named Tom Wallace to
locate some obstructions in about 30 feet
of water. He brought _ls'o'7n'outfit find
helpers and worked from over the side ot
a flatboat anchored above the right spot.
On the second or third day 1 went out
through mere curiosity to watch him.
The air pumps and pressure cylinders
were on the bottom of the-boat; and'attached to thc side was a rope ladder oa
which he descended. The signal cord and
the heavy rubber tube that Supplied him
with air were looked after by a boy, and
a man attended to tbe pump. After Wallace had been down for a' few moments
the pump man was called over to the
dock for something or other nnd left the
apparatus in charge of the boy.
"At that time everything was going all
right, but presently the signal cord gave
three or four tremendous jerks, and I
saw the end of the rope ladder suddenly
pull taut. The boy Immediately lost his
head. He Jumped for the pump, tried to
open a valve and then began ti. bawl'tor
the other helper, while I stood there
speechless, not knowing what*had'happened .or what to do. The next thing I
knew Wallace rose up out of the water,
looking like some horrible marine monster in his clumsy diving'armor, lifted
himself heavily over the side hnd fell
sprawling on the deck. The boy ran to
him and began to unscrew the nuts that
held on his helmet, but his hands were
trembling so violently that ... made slow
progress, and, acting on a sort-of Inspiration, I snatched up a hatchet itn.-B~.itsh-
cd tho face glass. The sharp splinters
cut Wallace severely about the cheeks
and nose, but the blow saved his life.
Wc found out afterward that tho valve
at the lower end of the air tube had become clogged,' and In ten- seconds more h*
would certainly have died of suffocation.
The first thing'he did 'when he ctrme to
wus to lick the helper and discharge the
boy. Next day he was working as If
.bottling had happened."���New Orleans
Tlnaes-Democrat.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
CHANGE IN TIME.
EFFECTIVE
MONDAY, 10th JUNE
n~rakti!H~s   NELSON       ah
lliatOpnil Kootciray Landing steamer
Ilally    I      Imperial LIi~.i.iI~iiki
3:30..in I     Holland anil Iloilllilui-y
Kx sun > t'reuk Section, Sunday t min
; to and from HosHlann rnly
7;S0p.m I  Slooan Clly, Hlon.n  Ijiko
Kx.au/        Point., and Sandon
-.m��� ..1 Ko-'Hlaml,   ('oluml)ia   Jtlvcr
{tain,    1    I'olnl".  connecting  lluvel
Ilally   j    ptokowltlilmpciial Ltd,
IS.    3.   Kokanee for    Kaul i
4 t m.   j   nnd Iniernicillnle Points
Eacbunl Tuch., TI)iirH.,aml .alunlay
I, IhruiiKli to l/irdo
/ ln	
I    Dally
/'l.lSp.m
Kx Sun
| 7:.T'P m
I Kx ~ur
/11:1..i in
1    llnily
11 a 111
Kx Sun
$76.00
MF1L0 AI MU
JUNE 4.   18.
JULY 2. 16.
AUGUST 6. 20.
SEPTEMBER 3. 17
For   Time   Tables,    Rnt.s,   lickiia
apply II. L.. Brown,
OityPnsaenger Agidit
J. 8. Oartkb,
Dis. 1'iiHH. Agt.
Nelson.
E. J. CrYi.~.
A. (I. P, A.
\ .uiC'invi'i'
flPoHo Rico Lumber
Go., Limited.
YARDS   AT    NELSON'AND   KOSSLAND
' Mlbli AT PORTO 1U.0 S1DINO,
A Hard De< 4. Win.
In 1895 three Irlshirneirag'rce- to __n.r-
takc a journey around the etfrth^oh foot
for a jackpot of $150,000. -Each'6ne-of
the party deposited one-third of this sum
In thc Bank of Dublin, and it was agreed
that whoever survlvpd' thc trip and returned should receive the Vhole' amount.
In case all died a Dublin hospital was to
become the beneficiary. On Dec. 24,
1805, they started east across Europo and
Asia Minor to Egypt, rthere they tdok
passage for Australia. ThoW Wanderings through the Inner wastes of Australia pliived the hardest trlhh of the jour-
uey,"��nd the severity of thls'-tUp Vesultcd
In the death of two ofthe travelers. The
third, Captain Trevelyan, completed the
voyage and won the money.1���New York
Press.
O-lKln'at the Poatal Card.
In 1800, while Professor Emanuel
Elerrmnn of Vienna waa seeking a vast
amount of information by correspondence
for his nbtifble book, "The Cfuide to the
Study of National Economy," the thought
occurred to bim that _i_n^ a'.Vanfages
would result from the adoption of a
means of correspondence cheaper than
the sealed letter.
Oh Jan. 21. he wentbe-ot-'the Austrian
post director 'with his ��� idea, sn open,
stamped Card,'*nd; his inggc-tloii Was1 almost ��� Immediately adopted. ' Wlt_it. a
month the Austrian pb-tal" authorities
printed and' sold 1,000,000 postal cards
and' thus established this- Indispensable
means of communication. ����� SntuMa.
Evening Post
The wises. 'wuMs that -Were ti er uttered are not in prtrit"owini|t to 11111? tact tfint
thc people whd nald them neglected to
first become prominent.���Chicago Record.
Ill luck Is la nlno coses out of ten the
result of laying pleasure Drat and duty
second. Instead et duty fitst and' plc.sar*
AUCTION  SALE
GRADING OUTFIT
P0RSALE.
Acting under instructions from
R.'VV. Day, as receiver tor O'Leary
& Boie, the Undersigned will oiler
Cor sale bypublic auclijii on
Tuesday. June 11th
At 3:30 o'clock p ni.
On the old Tennis Court on Victoria
street, opposite St. Paul's Church,
a Complete Grading- Outfit, consisting of
12 Oarts
VStudebaker Wagon
'Quantity of Steel
Ropes, Chains, Bellows,
Camp Ratige, Tarpaulins,etc
For further particulars apply to
iJhas. A. Waterman
& Co-, Auctioneers-
Offices:"Rooms' 14   and   15   K.-W.-C.   Illock
TERMS CASH,
Rough and
Pressed   Lumber,
SHirt��les, Mouldings.
A-l White Pine Lumber Always in
Stock..
Wc carry a complete rtock of Coast. Flooring
Ceiling, Inside FinlHh, Turned Work, Sanh and
Doora. Special order work will receive prompt
-tWhttbn-   MatltorctorflRoliciled.
Porto Rico Lumber Co.,
UiniTED.
Head OWn(<^aTT0-"'"'T and Vmnon -'t.   Nrlnnn
1901 1901
The Store With
Right Prices
New Goods Arriving Every Day
When our new slock is complete we will have bv far the FINEST DISPLAY OK FIRST-CLASS FURNITURE and HOUSE FURNISHINGS
ever shown to the public of Nelson.
Call and see our Rattan Chairs, Baby Carriages,  Go  Carts,   Morris
Chairs, Verandah Chairs, etc.
J. G. BUNYAN & CO.
TELEPHONE 142 ��� BAKER STREET
^l!Hmtl!t!It!irttl!tl!tntni!!!t!fTt!I!n^l^l!tl!IHl^!l!t^!nit!^
GET THEM  READY.
You ought to have your
screens ready now. The
flies and mosquitoes are
not abundant as yet, but
will be soon. We have
adjustable screens that
will lit any windnw. They
are of substantial but
airy wire, and have durable oak frames. They are
riyli'. We want you to
see how pood they are.
Prices Irom 25c to 60c
each.
M'L.ACHLAN BROS.
1
.iuuiiuiimimmiaiuiuuuiiiiiiammuiuuiiimmmiuiuiK
London & Lanoanliire Life Assurance Oo
0(~ia_'Aobi--nt & Guarantee Corporation
A. BOOTH,   Genernl  Apent,  West
Vi-t-rinl-t. between   Htnnley
and Kootenuy,
Policleli at low rates.
Claims paid promptly nnil liberally.
FERN BOtiD   MININti   AMI MILL-
���:IN�� COMPANY, LIMITED
1  LIABILITY.
NOTICE OF'MEET-NIL
An cxtraprdlnary general meeting
ofthe shiirehdlclerB of the Company
toll!-e Held at! the office.'of the Coin-
prfny1, B4HeV-treet. Nelson, B. C., on
~atuf~ay the lSth day of June, 1901*
at the l.our of 2 o'clock' in the afternoon, For'the fo loVfi.ng purposes:
To _Tlth__t_e the Directors of the
Company to enter into any negotiations for the lease, sale, or other (lis-
position of the property,assets, rights
apd franchise of the Company; anil
'such lease, agreement or agreement,
to alter, vary or resdlnil; to R.l 1 anil
ib-blbtelv dispose of the said prop-
erty, rights, assets and franchise of
the ..'mp'ahy' top'on such tetme. ami
conditions, as tb price or otherwise,
and at such time or times as they
may see'fit.
Dated at Nelson, Tl. C, this 7th day
ot June,  1901.
By order'of'the' Rotircl of   Directors
teEOROE KYDD,
l'resldent.
"Zhe IRotfa. jSank of Canaba"
Incorporated 1H69.
('.iiiltiil   A11.lM.1ly.rd,     .     .    A8.O(Ki.00t}.ttO I  <'itpttal  Tiild-up,     *    .     ���      ��:j,00O.O4V0-00
hl'Ml Wl,.UO,t��tH..V0
���tfitriMl or nitVr.nrjt     rhomns K. Kenny.  President;   Thomas Kitchiu, Ylca-VnwIdei-t
UIlcj    inlU:   It G. lUulil. II ������".. I.��ftvid MftcKwui.
Head DfflCOt UallftlXt
General Mnnngor, HJdbOD L. Pcoflflt Montroal,
Superintendent uf Ilmncl.tw, and acrrotary, W. B. Tor ranee. HaltfM,
It I'll II       CH !
rlirr���Montreal (City Office., Montreal
West End lCor. Notro Dauie and SeiK-
nourn Streetall WOflttdonut ^Cor. Greene
Avenue aid Bt.  t'athi.rinen  Street,
Onurl'o��� Ottawa.
HimT��un d la nd - St John's.
.iihn. Wvnt ladles��� Havana,
lintlrd ft!tttc�����Now Vork (l(i Kxchkrffo Place
RepubllOiWnab,
BBANC l- 8 TN BKITISH COIX-MIUA.
Grand   Forks, Nanaimo,   Kffec-n,   Rcsslard,   VroDcenver,
Vancouver East End, Victoria
ODirrapondcntii i
<'nn.i<U-Mcrcha~-'tf> ~an)i; cf Clnnda.   Bnnlini-Niilionnl  Slir.viimt  Bank,   t'hlraui. - 111 nolx
TruBl ni'il SnvinK�� Hank.   8_n Frmrlnm-Klrel .National  Hank,   .nii'iton, ' Hag.-Dank   of
Scotland.   Furls, France-Credit Lyonnni.   Bermuda���Bank of Borumda.   Clilnii nnil Ji
pan���Hour Kong nnd Shanghai Hanking Corporation.    gpokane-Old National Bank.
Oeneial Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange   Bought
and Sold, Letters of Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable terms.    Interest allowed on rpecial
deposits and ou Saving Bank accounts.
Geo. Kydd, Manager, Nelson. B.C.
'��vii   Sfolln- Hiititax    ..rnnch.   Antlgbni��1
IJridgewater, GujhLkh*o. l_ondonderry, Lu
enburg. McUua.no (uantsOoA, i'ictou. Port
llawkcubury, Sydney, ShubunaeiuUe,Truro,
Weymouth.
How    Hrun��wiel* ��� Dathurst.     Doreheatcr,
Kredericton, KinK^ton (Kent Co.), Mono-
ton.Newcfwtlo, Sackvillc, St, Joh 11.Woodstoek*
I*. G. Island���Charlottetown, Siiiiimei'Hidc.
SEASONABLE GOODS
BIRD   CAGES
RUBBER    GARDEN   HOSE
COTTON   GARDEN   HOSE
FISHING   TACKLE
Our stock is now complete in the above lines.    Call and be
convinced that the most complete stock
is carried   by the
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.
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The Canadian Bank of Commerce
With Which la Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
HEAD OFFICER-TORONTO.
Paid up  Capital,   98,000,000;   Reserve   Fund,  JS,000,000)
,, Affgregat? Keaonrces Over 108,000,000,
HON. GEO. A. COX, President.      B. S. WALKER, (General Manager.
London Ollice:  All l.iimliiiril Streel,  B. C.
.    . ��,,    New Vork Ollice; 16 Exchanije Place.
Anil 08 bmnchos In Cnimilu nnil the Uniluil Slutc . inoluiiing:
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Savings Bank Department.
DiiiioBils Uccelvod and Iiiti'ip.st Allowi'd.   Present Hate 3 l'er Cent
Nelson Branch.
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GRANGE V. HOLT, ;Mauager.
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THE   PROSPECTORS'   EXCHANGE
NO. i K.-W.-C. BLOCK, NELSON, B. C.
tiled at on.c for Eastern^
Gold, Silver-Lead   and   Copper Minus wanted at, the EXCHANGE.
FREE   MII-fc-NU   GOLD   propertieB  wanted
inventors.
Parties  having  mining   property for   sale are   reqnestcd to send
samples of their ore to the EXCHANGE for exhibition.
We  desire  to  hear from prospectors who have promising mineral.
claims in British Columbia.
I'rospectors   and   mining   men   are requested   to make   the  EX-���;
CHANGE their headquarters when in Nelson.
All samples should he sent by express, PREPAID.
Correspondence solicited.    Address all communications to
ANDREW   F.   ROSENBERGER,
#    Telephone No. 104.   P. O. Box 700. NELSON, B. C.    ',
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FREE MILLING ORE.
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Promising Discovery Mnde Near Six
Mile Point Last Week.
While the Balfour extension to the
P. P.. was being built last summer,
James Hubbard a prospector, of Nel-
bod, who was tepmorarily woiking on
the line, noticed some promising indications of a ledge between Five and
Mix Mile points. He slaked three
claims there, in Jcompany wilh W. A.
' Council, also of Nelson. Nothing
t<was done on the propeity until this
' 'Summer, when the owners went out to
do their assessment work. Among
Some loose granite boulders, near to
the track, they placed a chaige whicli
Cleared the surfacc|aroiiiid the desired
���pot. A stringer of promising look-
log ore was di.covered, which on being followed ran into a fourteen inch
vein of free-milling gold ore. A num
ber of samples were brought to tho
city and asBaycd 824. The ledge is
eighteen feet on the face.
On Monday they intend to start
"Sinking from 300 feet ubove the surface showing and will strike the vein
fiat depth. A number of prospectors
'In town aie much interested in the
Hnd and several have already gone out
to visit It.
TOOK  .. DUCKING.
A Slight Mishap That Occurred at the
Regatta.    .
Yesterday   af tern Don     two    canoes
"*rere stationed in close   proximity   to
Sach other, while the   occupants were
engaged   in   watching the   races.    In
<no canoe was   a   young man, in   the
other canoe   two   young ladies  and a
male   companion.    All   seemed     well
'Acquainted   and     were   talking    and
laughing,     and   apparently   enjoying
themselves   when   one   of   the   U d us
happened to rest her hand on the side
of   the   other   canoe,     and   the   next
moment   the    canoe     reveieed     with
Hartling rapidity.    The   young    man
-Who had been in it went down at one
'tide and   came up at the   other   in   a
twinkling; and cl'ing first   to  his canoe, and then   changed to th. stern of
the other. Plenty of 1 e'p was quickly
at hand, and he was sp��e.ily   assisted
into u boat none the worse for the incident beyond a ducking.
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-.RIZ.ES COMISG IN���
Hugh Cameron is evidently the
right man in the right place, when he
was appointed to the position of secretary of the Dominion Dny celebration judging by the results of his
solicitations for subscriptions from
outside points. Already several announcements of this nature have been
made. On Saturday evening's mail
he received another batch of promises
from outside points wnich have been
received through his enterprise. One
case of Pearliue has been promised as
a prize, by the James Pyle A Co. ; flhe
ease of St. Charles cieam, from the
St. Oharles Condensing Co.; a box of
Pure Gold Baking powder, valued at
$5 from the Pure Gold Manuacturing
Co. ; two five pound tins of Dr. Price's
Baking Powdei from the Price Baking Powder Co.,valued at $5; one cask
'of beer from the Schlitz brewery in
'Milwaukee. In addition to the above
It is expected that several other prizes
of a similar nature will be forthcoming before the time of the sports as a
large number of others have been
communicated with *rom whom no
replies have been received, and in
many caBes, they are as likely to subscribe as those already reported. Percy
Chapman is making a strong pull to
have the case of St. Charles Cream
awarded as one of the prizes for the
'baby show, which promises to be one
of the most interesting features of the
'occasion.
STRIKES A RICH FIND.
"I was troubled   for   several   years
"will chronic indigestion, and neivons
debility." writes F, .1. Green, of Lancaster, N. H.,"No remedy helped me
until I began using Electric Bitters,
Which did me more good than   all the
'medicines I ever used. They have also
���kept my wife in excellent health for
years. She says Electric Ilittom are
Just splendid for female troubles; that
they are a grand tonic and In violator for weak, run  down   women.    No
���other medicine can take its place
in our family." Try them. Only
60c. Satisfaction guaranteed by
Canada Drug   A Book Co.
STILL GOING DOWN���
Kootenay Lake is gradually receding and has already dropped three
inches. This piobaoly means that the
chances of a ilood aie practically over,
unless the June tains are unusually
heavy, and the weather takes a sudden hot turn.
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���J>_R?
HARD ON THE BICYCLE���
Yesterday afternoon a small boy
was seen endeavoring to navigate a
lady's bicycle down llaker elnet. A
dog,evidently thinking that the wheel
was run ing away with the boy,rushed madly after it,resulting in a grand
mlxup of boy, dog ami wheel. The
youth got up, took a stone and ad need the dog to mind his own hii.-im.-ss,
and resumed Ills journey. A fen blocks
further on another small boy was
met, coming In an opposite direction,
a bead-on colllson resulted, after
which both limped oil leading the
wheels.
WILL DIE AGAIN���
The Miner re eived a telegraph
message from Sicsmous Junction yesterday stating that Joe Tasse, whose
sudden deiid in his office at Montreal
was reported recently, was not only
still in the land of the living but very
much dive en ronte to the coast on a
successful business *.rip and very
much annoyed at the ridiculous report
circulated regarding himself, says the
Rossland Miner. The popular cigar
mnn is in excellent health and will
shortly be in Rossland to demonstrate
the fact to his friends here. The intelligence will be received by Mr.
Tasse's friends in the Kootenay with
tho keenest satisfaction and he will
have ihe consolation of reading a
series of decidedly pleasant para?
graphs written at the juncture when
h i was supposed to have crossed the
great divide. .loe Tasse is not the only
great man who hae lived to read his
own obituary notices.
AT THE OPERA HOUSE���
The Charles Erin Verner coinpany
will open a three nights' engagement
at the opera liouse tomorrow. The
company is very highly spoken of.
Yesterday's Rossland Miner says:
"The Charles Erin Verner company
held the beards at the opera house
again last night and clinched the
golden opinions they had won on the
previous evenirg. Mr. Verner established his claim beyond a doubt to be
classed on the limited list of artists
who Interpret Irish comedy with the
brilliancy of tbe native-born and tho
finish of the carefully trained and
talented actor. The support was better
than on the previous evening. This
afternoon and evening the company
will present "Current Cash," a strong
bill in which the entire company
have opportunities for telling work.
The merit of tiTe aggregation justifies theatre-goers in according bumper
houses on both appearances."
IT DAZZLES THE WORLD.
No Discovery in medicine has ever
created one quarter of the excitement
that has been caused by Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption. Its
severest tests have been on hopeless
victims of Consumption, Pneumonia,
Hemorrhage, Pleurisy a_~ Bronchitis,
thousands ut whom it has restored to
perfect health. For Coughs, Colds,
Allium, Croup, llay Fever, Hoarseness
and Whooping Cough it is the quickest, surest cure in the word. It is
sold by Canada Drug A Book Co., who
guarantee satisfaction or refund
money. Large bottles 50c and 81-00.
Trial  bottles free.
A number of fine paintings in oil,
watercolors, and crayon are on exhibition at the Ilazelwood Dairy along
with ix fine selection of engravings
and reproduction of the woik of famous artists, by Goupeil of Pails, who
leads the world in his line of work.
The pictures are all for sale at reasonable prices, and the art connolseurs
of Nelson will have an opportunity
of picking up some nice studies.
New York Brewing Company's Spokane beer on draught at the Athabasca Saloon.
A LUCKY FINO.
What proved to be a more profitable find than gold happened the other day to a traveller from San Francisco, while at lunch in one qf the
leading restaurants in Nelson, tie
ordered a portion of Pumpkin pic,
when to his astonishment his appe-
-tltie, whioh he had lost fifteen years
ago in Arizona, suddenly returned to
'him, with renewed vigor. The pie
had a very solid texture and a rich
mellow flavor. The cook Informs us
that it was made from "The Morse
Pumpkin Flour." None other just as
good.    Insist on "The Morse Brand."
NOTICE   TO    CONTRACTORS   AND
OTHERS.
(leneral laborers, gardeners, rock
men, etc., will be furnished free of
charge to all persons requiring help
of this Kind by applying to the Secretary, Nolson Lahoiers' Protective Union, Box 237, Nelson,  11. 0.
If yon don't like Bine fiibbon Toali. s
bw&nso you never tasted it.
A GOOD THING.
German Syrup IB the special prescription of Dr. A. Bosehiee, a celebrated German Physician, and Is acknowledged to be one nf the most fortunate discoveries In Medicine, It
quickly cures Coughs, Colds and all
Lung troubles of the severest nature,
removing as it does the cause of thc
afi'ection and leaving the parts in a
strong and healthy condition. It Is nol
an experimental medicine, but has
stood the test of years, giving satisfaction in cveiy case, which ns
rapidly increasing sale every season
confirms. Two million bottles sold
annually. Boschree's German Syrup
was Introduced in the United States In
1808, and Is now sold in every town
nnd village In thc civilized world.
Three doses will relieve any ordinary
cough. Price 75 cts. For sale by W.
F. Teetzel A Co. Get Green's Prlzo
Almanac.
A CONTENTED WOMAN.
Wife (in despair)���I don't know,
Jack, dear, what we should have for
desert today, it is so exceedinlgy hot.
Husband���Emma, why do yon not
g2t a package of thc "Mor.o Pumpkin
Flour." It will make three or four
pics ai d with suoh a delicate flavor,
a great laboi saver, and no perspiring
over a hot stove. Remember The
Morse Brand, Emma.
r: CREAM
BAKING
POWDER
Highest Honors, World's Fair
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair
Avoid  Halting Powders  containing
alum,   They ium Injurious to health
LADIES'
WATERPROOFS.
Tobuy Maudleberg'smanufacture means you are getting
Waterproof of the highest excellency���not only in the part
seen, the outside, but in, the
hidden workmanship, material and finish, livery garment guaranteed-.
We have all the latest styles
and materials, in colors Navy,
Black, Fawn, Grey, Mode.
Our prices $5.00, 7.50. 9.00,
io.oo, 13.50, 17.00.
A few Children's Waterproofs to be cleared out at
Special prices.
KERR & 60.
Ward and Buker Sts.
GREAT NORTHERN
RAILWAY.
NONE BETTER.
SOLID VESTIBULED TEAINS.
PALACE DINING AND OBSERVATION
OAflS.-MEALS a la OAETE.
' Close connection East and Westbound nt Spokane with trains of the
Spokane Palls and Northern Railway,
and at Bonner's Ferry witn Kootenay
Railway & Navigation Oo.
Direct connection nt 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 9:15 a.m
Leaves Spokane daily for West at 7:15 a.m
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at 8:00 p.m.
West-bound trains make direct connection for Victoria und Vancouver,
Portland, Snn Francisco, nnd nil points
on the Sound.
During the senson nl'. navigation Enst
hound trains connect nt. Duluth with
theniiigniflcont steamships North-West
andNorfli-Lnnd of tlieNoithei'ii Steamship Company Line, operated in connection with the Great Northern Kail-
wny.
For further information, maps, folders, etc., apply to any agent of Spokiuin
Kails A Northern Hy., Kaslo A Slocun
By,, Kootei ai Railway Jfc Navigation
Co., or to
H. A. JACKSON. Com'l Agent,
Spokane, Wash.
G. K. TAOKA11UHY, Local Agent,
Nelson. R fl
THE DELMONICO)
FOR TO-NIGHT
From 5.30  to 8 p.m.
SOUP
Oyster and Co.soinme   a la Kinaneiere
FISH
Lake Winnipeg  White Kish
Homines aSaratoga
HOI LED
Sugar Cured Ham   and   New Cabbage
ENTUEES
Ohicken Pot   Pie New England   style
Salmi uf Domestic   Duck   with Mushrooms
Veal  Kricassee Allaniande
Strawberry Hhoit   Cake  au Meringue
ROAST
Prime liili lleef an alus
Stuffed   Turkey   Pan Gray
aSpiiug Lamb Mint Sauce
VEGETABLES
Mashed  Potato is     Steamed   Potatoes
Wax IlcanS Sugar Corn
Green   Onions       Hadishes       Lettuce
PASTRY
Green Apple, Lemon   and Hot   Mince
Pie
Cocoanut Custard Pudding
Assorted Cake
The Delmonico is Strictly a
Union House
LODGE MEETINGS.
A
NKLSON LODGE No. 23, A. F. & A
M. incotH second Wednesday in each
month.   Visiting brelhurn welcome
-j^___&^.    L  ��-  O.  F,     Kootenay Lodge
_B5BB| No. l(i, meete every Monday night,
'��_~i~W9-    at   their  Hall,   Kootonay Btreet
Sojourning Odd Fellow.; cordially invited.
John A. MbKejN.G.   D. W. Rutherford, V.G.
Fred J. Sm. iife, Per. Sec.
Nelson Royal Arch Chapter No. 12.., G. R. C.
Meets third Wednesday. f'ojournioK eompan-
ioiiB invited. Goorge Johnstone, /. ).. W.
Matthuwk;_S. E.
Kootenay Tent No 7, K. O. T. M��� hold their
regular meetings in Fraternity Hall, I. O. O. F,
block, on tlie l-I and 3rd Thursdays of each
month. Visiting brethren cordially invited to
attend. G. A. Brown, R,j__,; A. P. Purdy, Com,;
R. J.Steel, D. S. 0,
NKLSON L. O. L. No. 1692 meets in Fraternity Hall on first and third Friday evenings
of each month at 8 o'clock. Visiting members
cordially invited. W. W. Bradioy. W.K.;
A. Miuty, R. S.	
aAx       NELSON LODGE  No,85, K. of P.
/fr/sfcW"OoLs in K. of P. hall, Oddfellows block
*/^/J-Jeverv   Tuesday .evening at  8 o'clock
/All vH'/hk knights cordially invited
H. M. Vincent, C.C.
A. T. Pa mc, K. of R. and B.
NKLSON AERIE No. 22, F. O. E., moots
every second and fourth Wednesdays of each
m onth. Visiting members cordially invlfc
Charles Proflser. Secretary.
Nelson Encampment No. 7. Meets every 2nd
and 4th Friday of each month, in Odd Fellows
Hall, comer Baker and Kootenay street1..
Nelson. A. H. Clements, C. P.; I). MoArthu;
R. S.   Visiting brothers always welr-ninn.
COURT KOOTENAY, I. O. F., No. 313..
Meetings 4th Thursday cf month. Fraternal
hall, J A Irving C R. . P. 'I. Fleming. R.S,
Nelson Court Star oi Kootenay, A. O. F.
Meets 2nd and ith Wednesdays in every
month. Visiting brethren welcome. W. Mac-
Millaii, C.R.   Robert McLeod, Sec.
NELSON'S QUEEN NO. 241
SONS OF KNGLAND, meets
1st and 3rd Wednesday evenings of
each month at Fiaternity hall,
oorner of Baker and Kootonay
streets. Visiting brethorn cordial.} Invited.
Jot"*     atson, Secretary.
Kootenay Railway and NaT.
Coinpany, Ltd.
Operating
KASLO & SLOGAN RAILWAY,
INTERNATIONAL NAV. & TRAD. CO  Ltd
BEDLINGTON & NELSON RY.
KOOTENAY VALLEY RY.
NEL_.ON-8AN DON
Daily STEAM KR ALBERTA Dally
5.00 a.m. Lv Nelson Ar. 10:00 p. di.
!):_~5 a.m. Ar, Kaslo Lv. 5:20 p. in.
KASLO Sc SLOCAN RY.
10:10 a. m. Lv. Kaslo Ar. 4:50 p. m.
12:35 p.m. Ar. Sandon Lv. 2:3�� p m.
NELSON    HIM. KANE
And nil points Enst and West via Str. Alberta,
Htr; Kaslo. B. & N. and EC V. Rys.
and G, N. Ry.
5:00 a. m. Lv. Nelson Ar 10:00 p.m.
2:00 p. in. Lv.    Bonnerb Ferry    Ar   1:15 p.m.
0:10 p. in, Ar Spokano Lv 8:00 a. ui.
Connecting at Bonner's Ferry with (lien;
Northern ".Iyer" oastbound und at Spokane
with Groat Northern for Pacific Coast points,
leaving Spokane at 8:00 p.m.
Dally freight service hot ween Sandon and
Nelson.
Steamer Alberta leaves Ktisle for lardo and
Argenta, Mondays,  Wednesdays and Fridays
nt 11 a.m.
To ascertain rate* and full Information address!
ROBERT IRVINU
Manntror.   Kn~l0.fl, P
G, K Taokabuhy Loml Agent.
TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. Alf
druggists refund the money If it falls to cure.
25c.   E, W. Grove.. Big na* uro is nn each box
CHURCH DIRECTORY,
S. Baviourh 11Cnumhii| Ciiukuii��� Cornor
Ward and Silica Bt8. Sundays: Holy Communion 8 a. in.; and on tho 1st and 3rd Sundays
In tbe month after Mattins; Mattins at 11 a.m.;
Sunday School 2,30 p.m : Kvensong 7.30. Daily:
MaU.iiis nt��...:_(> a. m. Thursdays and Saint's
Duys: Holy Communion 10 a. tu. Fridays:
Evensong 7.30 p. m��� followed by choir prao.
tice. H. S. Akehurst, Hector. Fred Irvine,
Geo. Johnstone, wardens.
Catholic  Chukch-Corner.Ward and Mill
streets Mass every Sunday at 8 and 10.00 a.m
Benediction at 7.30 p.m.   Muss overy week day
at7.15 a.m.   Rov.   Father Ferland Hector.
Phkbbytkkian Chukch���Sorvicosat 11 a.m
and 7.30 p.m. Sunday School at 2.30 p.m.
Prayer mooting Thursday evoning at 8 p.m.;
Christian Endeavor Society meets overy Tuos*
day ovonlng o . | o'clock. Kev. R. Frew,
PaRtor.
Mkthodibt OnuHCH���Corner Silica and
Josophlno Streets.   Services at 11a.m. and 7...C
ft. in. ; Sabbath School, 2.30 p.m.; Prayer meet
ngon Thursday evoning pt 8o'cloek: Kpworth
League G. K., Tutwday at y a.m. Rov. J. H.
White, Pastor. Residence, Josephine Street1
roar of church.
Salvation Army���Sorvlo . ovory ovening
at 8 o'cloch in barracks on V otort street
Adindnnt Bdg*fle~mHa in fhanre.
Baptibt Ghukoh ��� Services morning And
evening at 11 a.m. and 7.80 p.m.; Prayer mooting Thursday evoning at 8 p.m. the B. Y
P.ll. Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Stranger.
nrdially welcome*. Rev. John Burtt Morgan,
B. A . PaUor.
��oo$oo^
CAVEATS, TRADE MARKS,
COPYRIGHTS AND DESIGNS.
Sond your haalnnss direct to Wnahf ngto n,
���lives time* ooita loss* hotter ���ervlce.
Hy offlc* qIoii to t.. B. Pttmt Offlca.   FREE pr.Utnln-
UT axtmlnatiocui made.   Atty'. f.. not due until HU_t
!��� ���B.-nred.   rEKHONAL ATTENTION C1IVEN    10 VEAttfl
_, AOT0AL BXPEEIBKOB. Book "Hovtoobtirin Pit.nU,"
J etc., mnt fren.   Patent,   procared through E. 0. Biggin
Jrecolvo  ipictil   notice,   without elLftrg*,   In   thi
NTIVE  AGE
hly���Eta'/.nth year���Urmi, $1. �� yotr.
wn_______E_.
F. O. GREKN        F. 8. OLEMKNX"
GREEN & CLEMENTS
Civil Engineers and Provincial Law!
Surveyor*.
P.  O. Rio 141 .Kaloin   B ��'
THE   MINER'S
WANT   PAGE.
FOR SALE OR RENT
Advertlnuii-oiiLH inserted nuder this hoad at
tho rate of ono cent a word per insertion. No
advortia-mniAn.   takon for  Ifss than 26  crnt**
Hii un i inn   Wan:ed   ad vcrtiriouicnu   inserted
threo times free of chargu.
MISCELLA NEOUS
von RIONT���Nicely furnished  Booms.
in pi i villa:   house,   centr.il   locality. I
Apply N, Miner.
POR HALE���Ladles'   wheel   In  good
condition,  Veiy   cheap.    Apply    D,
Miner.
.'UK BENT.���Two loo.is on sule feeing Ward   street,   in    the    K.-W.-C.
block. Famished or unfurnished. Mrs.
F. J. Squire,
TU KENT.���Hooms and otlice in   Clement,   Hill., er block.    Apply to   the
NelBon Electric Tramway otlices.
ROOM and board in   private [family.
Apply ou Silica  street, second   door
west of Ward.
.'OR BALE,���Brick   machine,   capacity 20,000 per day. Apply L., Miner
olliee, Nelson, B. 0.
ROOM for   rent at   Mrs.   McHeath's,
Silica street.
FOR SALE.���Tug lioat 'Red Star."
and Barge���At reasonable figures to
cash purchaser or time with good
security. Apply to Ontario l'owder
Works,  Nelson, li. C.
HOUSE to   Kent.���Furnished   or un>
furnished, apply T,  Miner oflice.
A l'KETTY five room cottage to   rent
with all   conveniences,  near   center
of city, apply at The   Wallace* Miller
Co.,   Ltd.
WANTED
HOUSE FURNITURE FOR SALE.���
Mrs. _eo. 8, Ueer, Siliea street,will
dispose of all her house effects,consisting of rugs, dining room suite, stoves,
range, bedroom suite, iron beds, combination desk and book case, lamps,
pictures, etc., etc., any time ater 2
p.m.
WANTED���Competent and experienc-
2 ed bookkeeper to take charge of
mining books, a married man preferred. Good salary 11 the right man. Address R, MiDer Oflice.
WANTED���Firsc   class  machinist   to
take charge   of   mine   plant.    None
but   competent,   practical   men   need
apply.    Address E, Miner Ollice.
WANTED.���A    light   spring    wagon
suitable for delivery. Address Drawer A, City.
WANTED.���For a museum collection
for Lever liros, Port Sunlight, Eng.,
anoient buckets, troughs, washing
boards, or ironing utensils obtained
from Indians or imported from foreign
countries. Liberal value paid.
Write us with explanations. Wat-horn .. Mclntyre, K. VI. C. block, 1'.
O. Hox TOT.
FIRST CLASS Dressmakers.    Cutting
and fitting for home   dress   makers.
Tucking   etc.    Upstairs,    Cornel  Hall
and Vernon Btreets.
WANTED.���Trustworthy men and
women to travel and advertise for
old established house of solid financial
standing. Salary 8780 a year and expenses, all payable in cash. No canvassing required. Give reference and
enclose self-addressed stamped envelope. Address Manager, 365 Caxton
Hldg., Chicago.
NELSON Employment Agoncy. linker
street.    I'hone .78.    J. 11. Love.
WANTED.���Waitresses. Girl for
Laundry.  Hotel l'orter.
Situations wanted   by Cooks, Miners,
Laborers, Illacksiniths, Carpenters,   |
SADDLE    WANTED���Advertiser   desires to purchase a second hand saddle.    .1. U. Tierney, V. 0, llox ana.
WESTERN   CANADIAN Employment
Oflice, Word St. P.O.  Hox 888.
WANTS���Female     help -Girls   for
general housewoik,   hotel   girls,   and
female  cooks,   two   good   waitresses,
one girl for housework, woman  cook.
Male Help���Men foi   It.    It.    work,
82.25     per   day.
AGENTS WANTED���For our Boer-
llritish Win, Family Uncords, Marriage Certllivatcs, Religious and
Landscape Pictures. Ilright and hustling men, women, hoys and girls, can
clear from S.'i to 810 per day. Send
.Ml cents for sample. Descriptive circulars free. Write today, Home
Novelty Mfg. Co., P.O. llox lils (Dept.
ilHI) Chicago, 111.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortgage
Corporation,
head office toronto,   ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to O. I- UCNNOX Baku St
Nelson.
MISCELLANEOUS
LOST���Between Gieat Northern Tel"
egiaph Co., and Telephone ollice,
the sum of 817 in bills. The Under
will be rewarded by leaving at Miner
Ollice.
IT WILL PAY you to read  our ad. in
another column, Our blend of ten at
Thirty ccntB   per pound will Buit you-
Kootenay Coffee Co.
LOST���.Monday evenir.g. old fashioned
bar pin. with canvil face of green
lava, surmounted with pearls. Finder will he rewarded for leaving it at
(.'.  P.  B. city ticket ollice.
~OI.IIKII.WK tor. _H MUD -Mian    xii'l
prospef it* ~anted,  h��h��i report and .inn
pleRtOlllfl I'riMp.clur'N KsdiaUKC .\cl��i�����.
���i. <'.  Uoi-.ii i K..W.-C. block.
JAPAN TEaS���"Spider Leg," "Pan-
fired,' "Sun Cured,"���have a place in
our stock. The new "Ceylon Green"
is flue flavored and economical. Kootenay Coffee Co..
i it~~ miiiiiik uoi.i   Properties:-w, nr.
iin_l*un 1.1 Mtrure ft few frrrmlllliiK will
proprrlleH ul oner.. The FroNprrlatr'N ~\
.tannse, Ni'Ihoii, B. ., Boom 4, U.-W.--.
Illock.
About that second hand articlu of
yourH. Vou'll sell it if you'll advei-
tisc It in The Miner want uo'-nnn
PIANO.--Miss   Tyora    is prepared   to
give piano   lessons at her   residence
on Sili-'a    street   four   doors west   of
Hendryx.    Terms moderate.
FOUND.���On May   24th an   amethyst
ring.    O'vner   may   have   same   by
proving and paying for this   ad. Miner oflice.
CAUTION   TO   FUSE   CONSUMEKS
Mr. Maehin, general agent Dennett
Fuse Co., headquarters al. Victoria,
H. 0,, begs to say that in consequence
of attempts to impose spurious and
cheap imitations of their white coun
tered, patent safety Fuse, Crown
llrand, he feels it necessary to ask
consumers to be sure that the}' get
thc genuine Bennett's Fuse. The sole
agents in Nelson is the Lawrence
Hardware Co.
NOTICE.
From date until October 1 the dental
offices of Nelson will be closed at 1
o'clock, p. DC,, on all Saturdays, remaining closed during the balance of
the day.
VV. J. QUINLAN,   D. D. S.
F. E.   MORRISON,   D. D. S.
T   II. STODDAKT,  D.  D. S.
KOOTENAY RAILWAY   & NAVI'M-
TION   CO., LTD.
NOTICE.
Mr. J. II. Gray having resigned
his position as Land Commissioner of this Coinpany, all communications in reference to Kaslo A Slocan
Kailway Company's lands should be
addressed to ROBT. IRVING,
Manager.
Kaslo. B. C, May 31st., l'JOl.
Minos Examined and -.sported On.
NATHAN  HAAS. E.M.
Mining Engineer-
Room 4, K.-W. C. Block,
Nklson, B. C.
WHOLESALE
HOUSES
NELSON, B. C.
AERATED AND MINERAL WATERS
'pHOHI'l. & CO. Limited Comer Voriiun
X and Cedar dtroolH, i^ylaou��� Manufaclur
ci-. of and whoiwalu duaiurc In aerated w&lcrtj
und I'nni Kyrui _.. Solo auunU fur ~liUoyon Jlu
riprinifH mineral water.   Telephone 00.	
\T KLSON   SODA   WATER   FACTORY-
Jul N. Al. Cunimiim, Iai. huu J .very known
variety uf uotl drinks, i* O 1. ox 88. Telephone
No. 31. Hoover btreet, Nelson. Uottlera of tho
famuuH tit. Loou Rot Bprifigfl Mineral Wator
ARCHITECTS
ClANK & MACDONALD (II. Cane, Janio
J A. Muc.iUmukl. Architect- and nuperin
lundentH, Broken Hill Bloek, corner liakur and
Ward tii.rt.uLs jnoIkuii
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
HJ. EVANS Sc CO.���Baker Btroet, Nel
��� Hon���W holer.ilo dealers ln Hijuuih, ei-
Kur~i, cemunU lire brick and lire clay, water
|ii|ie and hi.eel mil.., and Kuuural couiiulttHiou
i no i .'.hunts
GRAIN,   HAY AND CEREALS
KACKM^-lckR MILLING CO., lau.-
WhoJcHale and retail dealerH in grain,
hay, fluur, feed. MUIh at Victoria, New Wont-
min~lcr; Edmonton, Alta. Eluvaluru on Cal-
Kary and Kdmuiiton Railway. Manufacturer*
uf tiiu culubratud it, _* K. brand curuakd.
GROCERIES
A MACDONALD Sc Co. Corner Fran
��� and Hall btreetH���WholuHalo Krooera
uud jobburn in blanket*., kIovob, mil .*, booU,
rubberH, mackinaWH and miner..' wumlneM.
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
1>   iU'UNri Sc Co.   Buker Btreet, Nehton-
,  ���   Whulonalo dealerti in fruHh aud cured
incut*.   Culd Storage''	
WEST    KOOTKNAY    HUTCHKR   OO.-
Ka. er Street, N��.Umi    \\ hoiewUo <Uu '
en. iu frci.ii and cured inoulH.
HARDWARE & MINING   SUPPLIES
WE HAVE   in stock choice tona from
India, Ceylon, China, and Japan.   Wfl
blend them to your  taste.    All   priceH
and qualities.    Kootenay  CulTcc Co.
LAWRENCE    HARDWARE   CO     ilaki-i
Street,   Nulnon ��� WIioI<>mu1o  dealum  In
hardware,   miner,.'   ~.u|>|>lioH,  Hportfutf  Hooda
etCj	
M'LACHLAN BROS. (BuoccHHont to Van
uouver Hanlwarut'o, Ltd.) Raker Btruui,
NcImou��� Wholesale dualerH In nardwaro and
mining mipplioH, plumber*' und tlntuulthH1 hup
pllOH.    	
XT ELSON   HARDWARE   CO.-Wholesale
.iA    paintH, oil* and kuihh- mochaaiot.' tool*.
Agent* foi Ontario Powder Worku; lynamiU.
LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS
rr CRNER, HKKTON & Co.-Corner Vernon
X and JoKUphine BtreotH, Nel mm���Who In
kuIu dealerH in liquors clgara, and dry good-.
AgenU for Ratal Brewing Co. of Milwaukee
und Calgary Brewing Co of Calgary.
UDBON'S RAY Co.-Wholesale groceries
_   and liquorH et*., llaker Street, Nolwon.
CCALIFORNIA WINE CO., Limited-Corner
J Froit and Hall BtroetA, Nelwon���Whole-
Halo dealer* n winoH (oaHO and bulk), and
doinontio and imported oigarti,
II
LUMBER
NELBON SAW AND PLANINU MILL-
Oftlce corner Hall and Front Street*,
NoIhou���Lumber, ceiling, flooring, and everything in wood for building tiurpoHCH. Oet our
priueK.   Correspondence nolleilod.
OKI. SACKS AND TWINES.
rp   GALLON fr, CO.���Dealer* In oro nu.--h
1 ���   and t %\iin".    Always a large ,-iock on
hand. Telephone*...  Room W, lv.AV.-C. Block. ii*
tttr-M *
Nexson   Daily Miner,   Sundav,   ji'ne 9, 1901
The     Crisis,     by
Newest Winston. Churchill,
Books      whose   success   as
an author has been
established by his Richard Carvel,
is a story of the same period, the
beginning of United States history,
and equally g-ood; Pro Patria, by
Max Pemberton; Work, by Zola;
Mistress Nell, a merry tale of a
merry time; The Helmet of Navarre,
by Runkle; The Observations of
Henry, by Jerome; Sirus, by Helen
Fowler; Her Mountain Lover, by
Hamlin Garland. All 75c, or in
our Lending Library.
THOMSON
STATIONERYC0.LW
Agents for Empire Typewriter.
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THE GITY
fc/WSAVS*A/S/VVVV*,V>AAA*i��>A��*��
SONG  SERVICE���
Theie will be a special *ong service
at the Salvation Army barracks this
evening.
ENJOYING THEMSELVES���
Rusiness was very dull yesterday
afternoon as all the world and his
wife were in one way or another enjoying the sunshine on the lake and
the initiatory boat races oi the season.
STRETCHING OUT���
The C, P. R. are gradually extending their borders and increasing their
plant. The "latest addition in this respect is the enlargement of their oil
house and an addition to the coal
shute.
         1 MI.H ,8 -
CELEBRATION MEETING���
The meeting of the regatta committee of the Dominion Day celebration
which was to have been held on Friday evening last, will bo held on
Monday evening in room 40 in the K.
W. C. blook at 8 o'clock.
THREE LINKERS-   .ICNIC���
Thu Enterprise Lodge, No. 43 of the
I. 0. O. F., Trail, are out with the
announcement of their annual picnic
which will be held this year at Deer
Park on Monday, June 17. The
steamer Rossland lias been chartered
for the occasion and 11 splendid pio-
gramme of sports   has been a. tanged.
TO ARRIVE THIS WEEK���
Ernest Mansfield reached New York
yesterday and wired his solicitor, Mr.
8. S. Taylor, K. C, that he will leave
this morning for Nelson. Since his departure from Nelson last fall. Mr.
Mansfield has been successful in
straightening out all his financial
muddles and is now returning to British Columbia with more English and
French capital than he ever had previously. Camp Mansfield will be
opened immediately and other properties on which he has bonds will be
worked. Since leaving here Mr.
Mansfield's payments on bonds for Slocan properties havo totalled over $20,.
000.
Puts the "Ginger" In.
The Kind of Food Used by Athletes.
A former college athlete, one of the
long distance runners, began to lose
his power of endurance Ilis experience with a change of food is interesting.
I "While I was in training on the
track athletic team, my daily 'jogB'
became a task,until after I was put on
drape-Nuts Food for two meals a day.
After using the Pood for two weeks I
felt like 11 new mun. My digestion
was perfect, nerves steady and I was
full of energy.
1 trained for the u.ile and the half
mile runs (those events which require
so much endurance) and the long
daily 'jogs' whicli before had been
tlm such 11 tiihk, were o'ipped off with
ease.    I won both events,
The Grape Nuts pood put me In perfect condition and gave me my 'ginger,' Not only was my physical condition made perfect, nnd my weight
iiiereasad, but my mind was made
clear nnil vigorous so that I could get
out my studies in about half the tiiu~
formerly required. Now most _all of
the University men use Grape-Nuts for
they have learned its value, but I
ihink my testimony will not be amiss
and may perhaps help Sumo one to
learn how the best result can be obtained. Plenso do not publish my
name."
There is a reason for the effect of
drape-NutB Pood on tho human body
and brain. Tho certain elements in
wheat and barley ..re selected with
special reference to their power for
rebuilding the bruin anil nerve centers.    The product is   then    carefully
II nil scientifically prepared so us to
make it easy of digestion. The physical und mental results are so apparent
after two or three weeks' use as to
produce a profound impression. The
Food can be seemed at any flrst-cluss
grocery store..
A FROST-
There was a very severe frost yesterday ��� morning tut no reports are to
hand as to any serious damage to the
root crops and garden stuffs. As ice
was reported as thick as a half Jollar
it is to he feared that there, will be
some long faces amongst those who
have strawbeiry and other delicate
fruits. 	
QUITE A PROCE.SSION���
Yesterday morn.ng the Moyie presented quite an imposing appearance
as she slowly proceeded down the lake
towards the old ship yards with a
houseboat moored on either side, and
a boat house, scow, small boats etc.,
tied on in vai ious places. They were
being taken down for the afternoon's
sports.
POR THE INNER MAN���
The Fountain Cafe is announcing in
ih< columns of The Miner the menu
for today's dinner. The proprietor
has arranged a splendid spread and
anticipates a continuation of the patronage which he has been enjoying
sinse the opening on Sunday last The
menu for the Sunday dinner at the
Delmonico also appears this morning.
CnURCH SIRVICE-
At the Bapist Church today the
pastor will oontinue his series of
morning talks on the Pauline Epistles,
discussing "The Second Epistle to
the Coiinthans." Ilis evening theme
will be "The Sabbath Day." DuriDg
the course of the evening service, he
will deal with such questions as Sunday business and trade, the Sunday
papers and postofiice and a holy day
or holiday,
MAKING IMPROVEMENTS���
D. MoArthur & Co.'s undertaking
parlorb on Vernon street have been re
decorated and fitted up in flrstclass
style and are now one of the finest to
be found in British Columbia. In the
general room,which has been repaper-
ed.painted and caipeted there is 11 display of handsome caskets. No expense
or care has been spared to make the
establishment as complete as the requirements of the firm's large business
connection demanded.
ABOUT A WnEEL-
The Fire, Water and Ligyit committee had a meeting yesterday in regard
to certain repairs which had been
found necessary in the wheel of the
electric light dam. Aftor a short deliberation the matter was finally referred back to the superintendent and
Alderman Patterson lor ;";an expres-
tion of opinion in regard to the advisability uf building a new wheel or
enlarging the old one. This was all
the business tiansacted at the
meeting.
THE-CAT WENT BACK���
Chief Lillie had a wild eat Bcheme
on his hands yesterday which he is
anxious to recover. A stray wild cat
had entered during tbe night either
for the purpose of taking charge or of
superintending the Fire _department.
In the morning he was captured and
dressed in a collar and watch chain
and appointed watchman for the
place. This so incensed the feline
creature that he snapped his chain
and is now a free commoner again.
The lire chief is bemoaning the loss of
his favorite tabby, and anxious to reward the tinder of the collared cut.
CLEAR THE TRACK-
Thc fire brigade were called out yesterday morning on a practice run to
the C. P.R. station and responded to
the call with tbeir usual alacrity
During the journey along Baker
street a team of horses in charge of a
teamster occupied 11 considerable part
of the street compelling the Are brigade to turn out of the road. The
nreuicn are complaining of the ignorance of the public in this matter and
desire the teamsters to undertsuiid
that thc rules which prevail lu other
cities also applies to the city of Nelson, and If during a genuine fire run
teams refusing or neglecting lo re
yiinl the ringing oi the firemen's gong
find themselves upset they will only
have themselves to thank for it,
I'LEASANT SURPRISE PARTY-
A very agreeable surprise party was
given a few evenings ago to Rev. and
Mrs. Morgan who have recently moved Into.their new residence on the cor
net ol Mill and Hull stiects. A large
number of the members of the Baptist
chui-h arrived,ench bearing some gift,
and proceeded to tuke possession of
the house. Irder was called by one of
the ladies of the party, when ad
dresses teeming with expressions of
good will and appreciation wero read
by representatives of the old poople,
the young people, women's aid and
Bible class, the attentive, inattentive, fidgety und onoc-u-day henrers
of the congregation, to nil of which
the pastor mude suitable reply. Good
music und toothsome refieiluucnts
were the next order of proceedings
���vliicli were heartily enjoyed by one
nnd nil. The net result of the proceedings is tbut the pastor found a
substantial Increase to his commissariat department und ulso to his ux-
cheqncr.J
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Phone TO P. 0. Box 197 I
DROWNED IN THE RESERVOIR!
water. So many cooks imagine'that any and all kinds of water have the same effect on any and all kinds of Tea. This is a
sad mistake. Some cooks simply drown the Tea by not using Tea suited to the water or water suited to the Tea. Nelson
water acts very peculiarly on some Teas and we might say on all Teas, excepting those Teas that are thoroughly tested wilh this
water. This is why Goldsworth Tea is meeting with such lavor. We tested this Tea with this water before placing our order,
and out of-many samples, Goldsworth is the only Tea that stood this water test, and Goldsworth is the only Tea on which this hard,
sulphuric water could bring out the satisfactory results which are now proving themselves to hundreds of Tea Drinkers. There arc
many other points in Tea Testing which we could dwell upon but they are too numerous and difficult tn discuss here, but we have
given every attention to our Tea, and we are not only pleasing the public by supplying them with a Tea thoroughly studied, carefully tested, and skillfully selected, but we are also receiving many compliments on having succeeded in procuring a Tea worthy
the name GOLDS-WORTH
COFFEE���We might give you another example of how Coffee should be dealt with but as we know we have the best grade of
Coffee ever brought into Nelson for the money, <t would only be giving away the secret of why we have been so successful
in procuring Coffee which cannot be equalled.    We simply say we defy competition in the line of Coffee or   Tea.    We  have   Tea
from 20C up and we have Coffee from 17c. up, and good values too. No common white beans roasted and ground to cheapen it.
Every pound of Coffee we send out is pure Bean Coffee, ground fresh. No cheap Chicory or Dandeloins mixed unless specially requested to do so by the purchaser.
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OUR M0TT0""PURE GOODS OR NONE."
McPherson & McCammon
THE BAKER STREET GROCERS. Successors to Kirkpatrick & Wilson.
NELSON. B. C.  ������
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MINING RECORDS���
Yesterday's mining records were:
Locations���Mary No 2, on the cast
fork of Cottonwood creek, by Fred
P. Maloche; Aurora No. 2, on the
east fork of Cottonwood ereek by Joseph Arthur Meloche; Black Cat, one
half mile west of Ymir by Oscar Johnson ; Rosalia, eight miles from Wild
Horse Creek by Chris Creamer. Assessments���Royal Seal, between Eagle
and Forty-Nine creeks to Alfred Bunker. Certificates of improvement���To
Molly GiDson Mining Company, on
Molly Gibson, Florence, Aspen, Little
Duke, Little Fractional and La Plata
fractional, Chris Sherbart on the Florence Fraction fractional mining claim.
PERSONAL
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
From Mori, .cul
Allan Lino Corinthian June   13
Allan Line Tunisian  June 89
Allan Line Numidinn June _~)
Beavor Line Lako Megaotic Juno 14
Beaver Lino Lake Superior Juno 2\
Beaver Lino Lake Ontario    Juno _!S
From Portland, Mi'.
Dominion Line Vancouver Juno 20
Dominion Line Dominion July (i
From Boston
Dominion Line New England  ... June 11)
Dominion Line Common vvoalth  July 8
Froni New York
Cunard Line Campania Jure 15
Cunard   Lino Umbrla��� Juno 22
Cunard Line Lucania Jim*. _.���
White Star Lino Oco .nic  Jure Jit
Whit* Star Lino Teutonic Juno _.[
White Star Lino Germanic July 3
American Line St. Paul June 1!)
American Lino Ht. Louie Iuno "it-
Anchor Line Furnesnia  Juno Id
Anchor Line Ethiopia Juno 22
French Line L'Aqtiituluo June 20
French Lino La Bretngno Juno 27
N. G. L. Kaiser Wilholni der Urokko. .. Juuo 25
For further partiou'ars apply to
H. L. BROWN,
City Passenger Agont, Nelson, II. 0.
W. P. F. CUMMINGS
Goneral 8.S. Arenft. C.P.R. Olfl-os. \f Innlm-g.
H. & M. BIRD
BROKEN HILL BLOCK.
FOR SALE.
New seven room house on Victoria street, close to the eity
otlices, all improvements, easy
terms 88,300
Seven roomed house on Silica
street, good situation $.,000
House 2:'.xll and lot on Victoria
Street      700
Seven roomed house on Cedar
stieet, good position, ull modern improvements,   very  easy
terms .'.  1,000
Good building lots in   all   pnrts   of
the city nnd additions.
FOR RENT.
Three     furnished     houses     at   938
nnd $:io per month.
Six-roomed house on Robson Street,
all    conveniences;     rent,     including
water, $.4.00.
liouse   on   Mill street, modern   improvements, $20.
Cottage on Ward street 815.
FOR SALE
Reynolds' Livery   Stable
ON HALL  STREET
Will Be Sold Cheap
W. F. Maudsley of Granite, is a
guest at the Queens.
C. W. Harrington, of Slocan City Is
a guest at tho.Clarke hotel.
W. L. Drewery of New Denver, the
well known land surveyor, is in the
city.
Mr. Harrv Patterson, representing
Miller A Richards, spent yesterday in
town.
Robert Hampton and C. W. White
of Vancouver, are guests at the Royal
hotel
C. Tl. .roll, of Ottawa, arrived in
lite Citv yeterdny to occupy a position
on the 0. Pi R. staff of this City, and
will be added to the freight department 8ta*f,
"allmmy" alones, well known in
town, leaves this morning for Boundary, where he will viBit friends for a
while befire leaving for his destination, Skagway, where he expects to
loeute for a time.
Mrs. George S. lleer has received a
letter flora her husband, Captain
lleci of the South African Con.tubu-
luty, stating that lie Is at present
statloo.d near liloemfonteiu and has
not yet been assigned his district.
Mrs. Ileer is selling her household
furnituro prepmatory to joining her
husband when he becomes settled.
Mr. Richard Fatrell, travelling pss-
enger agent of the C. P.H. with headquarters at Winnipeg, spent yesterday
in Nelson, en route home from the
Coast, whither bo accompanied the
special train of United States railway
men. He was here seven years ago
and after walking around foi a few
hours yesterday decided thut he noticed a change.
Three years lease on ground
property   at  $10.00
per month.
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Apply to
HJ.
ipii
Baker Street.
AT THE HOTELS.
Phair���.0 It. llo��'man, Vancouver;
Win. and Mrs. Simpson. Howser;
E. Ileer und wife, Spukane; J, A.
Wright, Montroal.
Hume--II. A. Small, Vancouver;
Geo. ,1, Ross, Silver King; .1. K.
Rollings, Rossland; C, 11, >'rescot and
wife, Cleveland, O.; 1''. II, Minard,
Denver, Colo. ; B, .1. P. Slmth, Montreal; ,las. Bulfoui,  I.ennoxville.
Wnverley���Theodore Pearson, Slocun
City; C. Mollen, G. W. Anderson,Spo-
kune;Jno. Morgan, Ymir: .(no. Olson,
Spokane; lier Pearson, Slocan City;
0. B. Croll.Ottuwa,   Ont.
Grund Central���Win. Stubbs, Sandon; W. II. Sinclair, Kaslo; R. J.
Sunders, Greenwood; Angus Mc-
Kinnon, Orillia, Ont.; ,1, P. Martin,
Granby, l_ue; Mrs. Inman, ' Fort
Steele; Fred Boyes, Ymir; Capt. .1.
McLeod, S. Johnstone, Pilot Ray; A.
R. Buckworth,  Ymir.
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CASH
Discount Sale!
IN ORDER TO MAKE KOOM
FOR GOODS TO ARRIVE WE
WILL OFFER OUR COMPLETE
STOCK OF CHINA, GLASS AND
EARTHENWARE) AT THIS
GREAT REDUCTION UNTIL
THE END OF JUNE.
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