BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Nicola Herald Sep 28, 1905

Item Metadata

Download

Media
nicoheral-1.0318079.pdf
Metadata
JSON: nicoheral-1.0318079.json
JSON-LD: nicoheral-1.0318079-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): nicoheral-1.0318079-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: nicoheral-1.0318079-rdf.json
Turtle: nicoheral-1.0318079-turtle.txt
N-Triples: nicoheral-1.0318079-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: nicoheral-1.0318079-source.json
Full Text
nicoheral-1.0318079-fulltext.txt
Citation
nicoheral-1.0318079.ris

Full Text

Array ���
..'.���
���ss-.*
r^-tiveA^V
__t_,l_l*    "/
THE NIGOLA
:'ctor^?> ^
s	
Vol. I.
No. 20.
NICOLA, B. G, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28,1905.
$2 a Year.
NICOLA ATHLETES
HOT ON TUESDAY BVBNINO AND
WILLOROANIZa.
NiooU Athletic  A**ocl��tloB
1* Gradually Becoming  a  1-ot.
Sport* of All   Kind* to
be Taken Up.
CPU. --TENSION
Sir Thorn** 8k��aghn<i*ay, president of
tb* Csnsdi.n I'antic Railway, who wt* tt
Vancouver last wrak, aaid:
"Weahsll b����e to gal to Nioola 6r_t,
but io onr report for thi* ;e��rw*a*j
thtt preparations ar* being mad* far t
gradual eiienamn throuii* th* Kimilka
mwn valley, with tb* ultimata intention
of reaching Midway.
On Wednesday evening a
linmber of young men gathered
at the office ol the Nicola Herald to talk over matters athletic with a view to the forma
tion of a permanent association.
Ric. A. Fraser was voted to
the chair and Rev. W. Govier
appointed secretary protem.
Those present were much in
earnest and the meeting with
oat delay settled down to busi
ness.   The chairman in a short
address explained the object
of the meeting.   To form an
association to provide healthy,
clean sport and recreation for
the residents of Nicola Valley.
Under the auspices of the asso
ciation it was proposed to include the games and sports in
season.   He advised to move
slowly at first, form say a football club to be followed later as
the winter drew on by hockey
and curling perhaps.     There
were several boating enthusiasts
present and it might be possible to establish a boating club
next spring.     A hunt club in
connection  would  keep   the
ladies in touch with the association-   To those interested in
shooting he understood that on
representation being made to
the government and having the
requisite   membershership   a
rifle association could be form
ed.   The government after official inspection providing rifles
and ammunition.     However
these were only suggestions on
his part and it remained for the
members at a general meeting
to decide  as to the  proper
course to pursue.
The secretary stated that he
had hever seen a locality which
offered better opportunities to
the sportsman and athlete than
this party of the county. He
advocated the early formation
of a society such as proposed
and was certain that it would
develop into an institution that
would be be a benefit and one
that all would be proud of.
Others present spoke in a
very encouraging tone and the
outcome of the general discus-
Alberol Impersonation Caae.
Ia th* Alberm impersonation M*
hoard before Stipendiary Magiatrtt* far
wood at Naoainio on Wednesday, til*
"IM waa thrown out on technical grout*-.
Th* magistrate claimed that h* oould not
accept the marka of th* deputy returning
ottem uf Gap* 8cott tnd Wellington a*
evidence thtt John Chriatito Nilaon had
mt*d in both place*, aa th* mark* of the
two ofKotra were not eimiler It wa*
pointed oat that 'the act did no', call for
an* specific kind of mark, but th* owrt
could not interpret thi* section of lhe
la* a* it �������� interpreted hy other*!
OUR MAIL SERVICE
NIW OB-NOB TO 00 INTO BFTBOr
OCTOBB- rntST.
���klB-M-ta.
Brand* of  o.t tie  thipped by Joatph
GuiohoatoP. Barn*-Co.:
24 *t**r* branded J 0 on left hip.
1 steer bnnded A oo right bip.
2 mm SI on left kip.
1 cow J 1 on l*ft bip and 66 on right
hip.
1 heifer J 0 oa left hip.
1 cow 0 on left rib.
4 cow* J 0 on left hip and reversed
half eirdM on right rib* and 21 on right
hip.
Cheap Batoa to the Fair.
In connection with Ih* New West-mater Eibikitiun, 1906, th* Canadian Pa-
��M railway will tell tick*** to New Wed.
minster tod return al tbe following rate:
From Spences Bridge tf~90
Ticket* will be on sale daily ip to Oat.
6th, good lo return op to October 10th.
��������
L00AL  NOTBB,
Dr. W. 8eott, V.8., nf Rockford, wm
in Niela this week.
J. Stephenson tnd W. Rice returned
today froa DouglM Itke.
Inspector Or**.-**" Malta* Chance la
tbe NlMla-penneaBrM_*---J��
loop* Hall Serrice.  Increaa
ed 8t*_* Set-to*
The mails coming and going
into Nicola have had a slight
change made.
The Kamloops service leaves
Nicola on Saturday instead of
Friday returning on Monday
as usual.
From   Nicola   to  Spences
Bridge on Wednesday and Fri
day, returning from Spences
Hridge on Thursday and Saturday.
The service to Princeton remains the same
The above changes will take
effect on October ist'
M. P. Stewart proprietor of
the Koyal Mail stage line, intends from now on to have
stages leaving* and arriving
every day, besides the regular
stages now run. Announce-
will be given in next issue.
Bert Oooditon wm town today on bia
���ay te Coutlee fro** Atpen Grove.
WITHIN OUR GATES
TB08B THAT COBB BOB
AND TLB-SOB*
Richard Willi*-.* of Victoria I* visaing
with kit ulster Mm. Richards at CoutlM.
lam** Pooley will leave in the -orniu*
for WettmiiMter to attend the Dominion
F*ir.
0. W. Newberry and Mr*. Newbury of
Victoria tn visiting with Mr. tad Mn. J.
It. A. Richard* tt Coutlee.
FOB SAL*
1 American Bain wagon 3*},
1 American Bam truck* 3J (new).
6 act heavy work h*rn**a.
1 Bofty harncM aad Buggy.
1 Oaag Plough.
1 Pair Bob tied*.
Fpr particulan apply to
R. B. Wimt.
Tb* British Columbia 8ugar Reining
Co., of Vancouver, baa acquired tbe plantation* and mill of tb* Fiji Soger Co., in
Ik* Fiji Inland*, and will import 14,000
ton* tanoally.
8. J. Bat* and R. J. Armstrong wen
in town from Aspen Grove today.
Simuel McCIst, manufacture���of raon
man!*, tomhsfones, etc., waa ia Nioola
tht* week on �� huain*** trip.
Th* Ladie* Guild of tb* Chonh of
Koglsad will he held at the residence of
Mn (Dr.) Tutill tomorrow afternoon.
R. 0. Campbell-Johnston r*turned to
Lower Nicolt thi* w*��k from Atpen
Gri.re to meet Mn. Ctmphell Johnston.
They *ip*ct to remain th* winter in the
Nicla,
Th* road gang whioh ba* h#*�� working
nn the Nienb-Prinootnn road a ft* miles
from town, bare shifted camp to Tea-
mile creek when they will repair tbe
Bridge at thtt point.
Chetter Mulnek, son of 8ir William
Muloek poatmaatergeneral, J. 0. Wtlah
tnd M. J. Itn*y railway men, who tn
on t tour of th* Similkameen tnd Nicol*
Mn.   Robert Sett of Rockford, ha*
hwn quite ill th* put week with t ttrok* | ���" �� Cotatt *"'��� trni*t
of panl/sia.   W�� |*arn (be i* much improved.
Mr*. Rdward Renriek of Calgary, Alt*.,
it visiting with Mr. tnd Mn. 8. R. Buck-
lin. Sh* it on her wty bom* tfter t rieit
with relatives in Portland.
It will interest oar re*d*n to lesrn that
th* eafe aad vault of tbe local branch of
the Bank *f Montreal an now in an and
no doubt many will trail themselves of
th* facilitin offered for tb* taf* kieping
of deed*, Mcariti**, tad other valoahlaa.
Buoeorib* for tb* Herald, 12 per year
sion was the formation of a
provisional committee composed of the following: Messrs,
G, A. Lafferty, Rev. Wm.
Govier, W. G. Murray, F. W.
Ziegler, J. L. Menzies, R. H.
Winny and Ric A. Fraser.
The committee is to prepare
plans for organization and submit them at the general meeting to be held at 8 pm., Friday
evening Oct 6th, in Pooley s
Hall, when all interested are
requested to attend.
A membership list has been
opened and is being extensively
signed
A matting will be held la tbe court
houM, Nioola, 130 p. a., October 10th,
for tb* parp*M of *l**ting trustee* for
the m*n*g*m*nt of th* new public burial
ground adjoining th* IngHth Chonh
o*m*t*ry, Nicola Lak*.
Mr*. Mickle of giilchaaa tai the ���_*���
ten ��t a most enjoyable party aa Wad*
neaday araniag. Th* pretty ground* tt
her nsidtnoi oa bar rtach wan tuiubiy
decorated for the oooaeoe. Owing to th*
iaeleateaey of the weather mm* of Ike
guests warn aaabl* to attend bat ia (pit*
nf th* rain a jolly crowd tamed out and
mmnc aad danaing van tadalged ia aatil
a let* hoar.
Lowwry'��� Claim ha* hew resurrected al
Nelaoo, after a aileoc* of 23 month*, tbe
firat iaau* arriving tt thit office thit week.
Jamee Duntmuir and W. J. Sutton
of Nar.aimo arrired tt CoutlM today by
���peeial stsge. Th*y will go over the eoal
Und* on Coldwater reotntly aoquind by
Mr. Donsmoir They will spend Mv*nl
day* in thi* vicinity.
W. Lloyd Soott and Matin. Ptin* tnd
tnd Irvine of Pittsburg, Pran., tnd
Worth Beldon of Spokat* wan at CoutlM for a few day* tkit wMk. Tb*y an
all interested in coal ltnd oa 8plot cr**k.
They tko rititad Coal Gaily.
Tb* hoipitality of Mr. aad Mn. 8.
Kirby of Quilchsna, wm severely uied
on Tntadty *v*nlng, 20th iati, by t
party of friend* from Nioolt who took
advtnUg* ol th* ocateion ef th* 10th an
niv*n*ry of tkalr wedding to oall tad
gir�� their hest wisbe*. A m*ttMJoy-
able *v*aing wm *p*nt and th* retort to
Nicol* wm mad* in th* small boon of
the morning.
When it oott** to jttkan aad crowing
* man <*n diteooat a rooater.
B. H. Trumboll agent of Ih* Illinois
C*atnl Railway at Portland, Ore., and
Mn. Trumbull, wm at OoaUe* t hi* w**k.
Mr. Trumbull with Mr. Artntt it inter
Mttd ia awl land* oa Tea mil* creek,
known a* th* Black Diamond Ooal A
Cok* Oo. Th* visit wm to Mart prelim
inarjr work tad a diamond drill ha* bMn
ordered aa mob m it arrivM aad ia plMt
boring optntioM will Mfanata. Th*y
left for horn* rit Kamloopi oa WednM-
day. Mra. Argoet leave* via 8pe��
Bridg* today aad will tawttpaay th*m
to Portland.
Oapt O. L. Flick Telia Bit
With tha *��_**_*��** 1
Thit*- Nicola Veiley Warn
B_Jlway Oonrti-cUoa.
Since the first sod of the
Nicola, Kamloops, Similkameen Coal Railway Company
was turned, the stranger within
our gates have been many and
varied.
Some have worn good broadcloth, and, outwardly at least,
have borne themselves as men
well to do and on good terms
with the world at large and the
population of the valley in particular.
Others hive been more lightly clad, in fact their clothing
is more ventilated than is consistent with our keen mountain
air o' nights. The well to d j
and seemingly prosperous individual is a gentleman who,
while talking glibly upon the
future prospects of our valley
manages by adroit questioning
to elicit valuable information
from the settler Other quiet
mannered strangers take one
aside in confidence and ask as
to the prospects of adocter,
lawyer, or other branches of the
learned profession.
Noticeable among our strangers are the Yankees, who,
while sitting upon the stoop of
store or hotel, absent mindedly
pick up a specimen of ore or
coal and ask questions as to
the location of such specimens.
There are other strangers within our gates who stay around
and ask no questions at all-
men who take long solitary
rides to no one place in particular���men who, when questioned as the days journey
blandly state they are on a
visit to the back of beyond.
Another stranger well known
to both rancher and storekeeper
is the man who asks as to the
possibilities of fruit raising on
a large scale, a man learned
about Pippins, Kings, Snows
and other apples, one who
speaks of scale and kindred
pests as one to the manner
born.
All these strangers have
been brought within our gates
by the fact that transportation
is now assured in one of the
most important valleys in the
broad province of British Columbia. THE NICOLA' HERALD
THE NICOLA HERALD
PublUhed -very Thursday
Subecrtptlon, In Advance. *2 a Tear
i ii ti li 3=
Nicou. & C. 811-riHB.w 28, ItB.
TIMELY ADVICE.
Commenting on Spokane's
new club, known as the ''150,-
���doo Club," the object of which
is to use every legitimate effort
to increase the population ol
that city to the number named,
the Midway Star says: And
there is no doubt it will be ac
complished, as the members
will make it clear to prospec.
tive settlers the many advantages and opportunities existing there. The right kind of
material is there to do it, or
anything else that is humanly
possible. But it may be accepted as a truism that no place
will grow and prosper unaided.
It is the people that make the
town, and not its locality, its
resources, or other advantages.
These all remain dormant if
not exploited and given publicity, while some other locality
situated perhaps in some out-
of-the-way place, with fewer
and possibly no natural advantages, but containing a good
percentage of go-ahead people,
will grow rapidly and become
prosperous. If the law operates to retard legitimate enterprise, move everything until it
has been changed to suit, but
get it changed. From a commercial club, meet once a month
and discuss ways and means of
improving the town, and then
push it along. Cut out the individual interests, with their
antagonistic elements, for a
while, and boost for the town
as a whole, and the reward will
come as surely as the sun will
rise tomorrow. Nothing was
ever achieved yet without effort, and nothing ever will be.
j-'    ��'���":
Nature's ultimatum to woman ia tough
-sbt mutt either starry or he tn old
maid.
'"���'lfi
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Barrister, Notary Public &c.
Official Administrator
Offlc*.-Commercial Block, cast of Post offloe.
Kamloopa, H. C.
John D. Swanson, B. A.
Btrriater, Solicitor and   Notary Public
Office: Ka*t if lhe Canadian Hunk of Com
mere*, soulh side of Victoria street, Katnloop*.
Money to limn on real eatsl'e security.
���  1. j ���      1 ,i. ti .
HARDIMAN & MARSDEN
Land Blnlng and Oeneral Supply Aft*
MinlnK e glneer*. Reports op mitlnft properties through the District. Agen s lot minimi,
cnetrscinm, farm machinery, wago**, bugglc I
etc. Cable addrsV',*Aurutii'' Certe*: Bron.
hall, More.ng & Ne al. A. H. C. Ith.
WarehouMe-CairtoM. Nicola V alley, R C.
<HIU��. OIITUKTT
A lt.c.n��<i_,���(|on.
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER
Kamloops, B. (I.-
Assays and analyt.ee jf Ores, Coal and In
dute'ria' product���
Hemales by mall or stage receive prompt
atteaii. w. .     '
MRS. TUTILL-MARSHALL
NICOLA LARK, B. C, '
Graduate M. 0 H. and W. EL, Montreal.
Licentiate of the College of Phy
slclans and Surgeons of the Pro
vine* of Quebec.
a<_<vrt��-*v*ra<��-*^-vr��-o��-r��-r��a
BEEF, WINE
& IRON
THE OLD TIME TONIC
Thi* tonic bas been on tbe
market for t hundred years
tnd i* tb* favorite, notwithstanding tha large amount of
advertising don* by patent
medicine firm*. This is not t
patent medicine, but is a home
remedy originating in one of
tbe early settlers' horn** pf
thi* country. It contains tb*
���strengthening properties of
prim*, lean beof, �� soluble
IT MAKES BLOOD
���tit of iron, together with good
���berry wine. If yon in rua
down���feel bad and realize
that you need t tonic���yon will
find in this long knowu remedy
a never failing rejuventtor.
We put thi* up ourselves,
know th* quality of every in*
gredient we put in it and guarantee thtt there's no better
Beef, Iron and Wine on the
market.   Full 16 oz bottle $1.
1905
1906
MALLERY DRUG GO
_:_t___rOOPS.
EXHIBITION
SEPT. 26 TO OCT. 7
NEW WESTMINSTER
Stupendous tnd comprehensive array
of Kthibit* representing th* resources of til Canada.	
In Met* aad
Attraction*
Enlarged grounds, new, hand-
torn* and spacious buildings
World't Championship events in Rowing
and Laororae, Hon* Racing, Broncho
"Butting," Military Parade* and Ex
���rcises.
Royal Irish Guards tnd other Ftmous
Bandt.
Orand Water Carnival -Parade of Fraser
river fishing fleet, patrol boat*, H. M.
Wtnhips, Indian war canoes, etc.
Indian Sports.
For til information writ* W, H Keary,
Secretary and Manager, New Westrain-
���t��r, B. C.
NOTICE.    ���
Notice ia herehy given thtt any person
fishing or bunting on the property of A.
E. How**, without t permit, except
guests of tb* Drisrd Hotel,' will bt proa*
cuted. A. E. Hows*.
Nicol., Sept. 21st, 1906.
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that within sixty days
from date I lateen making application to the
honorable chief oommletiiloneroflands and work*
for permiwdo* to purchase M acres of pasture
land in the Yale division of Tale district situ
au-d as follows: Commencing at a stake at Ihe
8. W. corner of Lot 740. running Ihence south Hi
chains more or lies to the N VV. of Jaa Cor
bett's to ii lease, thence east, 40 chains, thence
north 20 chains to lot 74*, thence west 40 chains
to thit point of commencement,.
JOS, COSTILLION.
July Kth, 1906 ,	
NOTICE.
Thirty days after date I intend to apply to the
chief commissioner of lands and works for* license to prospect for cal on the fnllowlng des
rttu'd land, darting from a post 10 chains wesi
of ihe 8, R. comer of John Corbett's pre-emi*-
tion, then e N. 80 chain.,'hence KM chains,
thence S 80 chains, then"e W N chains to place
of beginning. Tt. A OuBLAND,
Locate
By B. Tallows, Agent
September il 1905.	
NOTICE.
Thirty days after data I intend to apply to
the chief commissioner of lands and works (m
a license tn prospect for coal on the followin.
described land starting from a post 40 chain
west of the S. K. oorner of John > orbet 's pit -
emptloo, thence N 80 chains, thence >V w
chains, Ihence S 80 chains, thence K 80 chain-
to place of beginning.        H. K. SA KO ENT,
CeetMCO
'   By B. fallows.
September ti 1808, Agent
NOTICE.
Thirty daye afterdate I Intend to apply i..
th,* chief commissioner of lands and works for .
license to prospect for coal on the fo'lowlng
described land, starting from a pw' at ihe N
VV corner of W, A. Cle and's ooal claim, thence
V 88 chains, thence E 80 chains, thence d 80
chains, thence VV 80 chains to point of begin
niag. W. B. JACKSON.
Locator,
Sept. a. 1906. By a Fallows, Agent.
HORACE, F.EVANS
Explorer and ���Utsologiat
Of the College of Ubera! Art
Having made a careful examination of the
Thompson, Bonaparte and Nicola divisions of
Yale district, British Columbia, is prepared to
furnish investors and intending investors with
reliable reports on the occurrence of metalliferous ore*, also coals, lignite c oa] and lignite
within the district indicated.
Having made a careful examination of the
Coldwater coal bed* of the Mcola Valley and
Hat creek country, very dependable reports on
the character of these coals and lignites will be
furnished to Investors and others. These I*
aminatlonshave extended over many years and
the value as well aa extent of lhe coal measures
will be given. Regular address, Ashroft, B.C.
Cable and Tel. addrtas, "('ailon." Ashroft
NOTICE.
Sixty days after date I Intend to apply to the
Chief commissioner of lands and works for per
mission to purchase 3J0 acres, more or less '
mountain pasture land, situated on the south
sid ' of Stump Lake ln the Nicola Valley dlvls
I en of Vale district Su h land being described
as follows, exclusive of mineral claims: N. VV,
1 Section 3, T 100. S. W. | Section 10, T 100,
commencing at Ihe south ea-t corner of the
n.irth west f section 3, T 10", running 80 chains
north, thence 40 chains west, thence 80 chains
s uth, thence 40 chains east to point of commencement. M. M. Edwards,
Hockford. B. ('., Aug. II, 1906.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate nf Improvement*.
NOTICE
Aberdeen, Plymouth Queen. Manchester, Loo-
d n. Copper Belle and   Ring  ."-Ionian's
Dream Mineral Claims     Situate In tbe
Nlcola-Kanilnops Mining Division of Yale
District   Cliiiins les-aledccear in MileCreek.
North Nicola.
Tske notice that I. John Clapperton. free
miner's i-itii'lra e Nn, H7S9II3. Intend, 0b days
fro    the date hereo*, tn- apply to the mining
reco.eler for a certeflea'eof improvements, for
'heonrnoeeof obtAiniig'acrrrwh grant of the
alijve 1 cjui'.
Vid  firtfi-r 'ske
ke mie ice that action, uletter
- 37.    ust be com<* enced before i ha>���su-
nee f-neh cere in,,sie of Improvements.
II, . '   In- 15'hdai . f -eejieiitlsT, ton/}
JOHN CLAPPEKTIIN.
PRINCETO-
NICOLA
"WE LEAD, OTHERS FOLLOW"
$100,000
We invite attention to our
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS
We have received several large shipments now and
would draw your special attention to what we are
showing in
Blankets for Home and Camp use. Large variety
all weights and prices.
Men's Working Shirts. Medium and Heavy
Woollen Underwear. Large assortment of Wool
Socks.
Driving and Working Gloves and mits in all
the best makes.
HUNTING AND RIDING COATS.
m
GENERAL MERCHANTS
Forwarding Agents from Spences Bridge to all
points in Nicola and Similkameen.
Agents Nicola Townsite, Insurance Agents.
NICOLA PRINCETON
METROPOLITAN
MEAT riARKET
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Venl, Pork
and Sausage
Orders throughout th* District receive direful stteotion and promptly delivered
JANEN  P4M>LKY     ���     ���     ���     ���     ���     ���      PraprleUr        j
Twice a week delivery to Lower Nicola, Coutlee, way point-
COUTLEE BLACKSMITH SHOP
ANDREW SMITH, Proprietor        '      "
All kinds of Blacksmith work and Horseshoing'done %
first class shape.    Leave your work here and it will" receive
prompt attention.    Satisfaction guaranteed.' i ��� '*
NOTICE    ,
Sli t v days after date I intend to apply to the
chief coBiminslcener of lands and works (or per-:
inieMiiui to pincri���-ti' 40 aor��*�� of mountain pa*,
turage commencing at. a Dflat marked A. I,'��
N. w corner thence 8 20 chains, ihence E 20.
N 20, i hence along Kish Lake shore to' initial
po��' <0 sere*. ANTOTNN E LaM PRON.
7t.hJi.lJ. 1908.	
___. o. ar.
COURT NICOLA, No. ��Bl,A.O.Jf.,
' second and fourth Friday Id each month
at* p.m.. In Pooley'* Hall. Visiting brethren
cordially invited. . '.,.'        ....   , .
Ric. A. r_M��-'C;tV '
A H. Carkiniiton. 8ec,i
ii*    ������Vi-i
The Peering
NOTICE
Thirty dtrs after date I Intend to aoply In
the ohief commissioner of lends ud work* fur
a license to prospect for coal on the (oliiwitny
described land. beguiling at the N w corner of
W. A. Of land's coal cralm, thence N 80 Chaine*,
thence WW chain*, thenoe 8 tfehftlos, thence
K Hi) ch tins U> place of beglnnlng
J. J.CHevMllKlCil'.
Locator
Sept. tl, 1906 By 8. fallows.Agenl,
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that wil hlo ,; days I
Intend tn apply to the Commiijs)one ruf Land*
and woik* for licence to prospect for co���1 on
the following diwrihed Und nil tiaieri ���� land,
'ev creek joining lhe Jamea Carlln, und the
'It,rice lMleM faun, Common*!Hg'. ab-the
north tn*| corner, of lbs Jamc* Carlln claim
and running 80 pNaftn West, thence SO chafn*
north, thence 80 chain* eastalotu the, lis*, of
ihe Charles Collett farm to the Indian reservation, thence south) to place of beginning, oon-
teliilieg Kin acre* or less. ,,
Lteoatod Aug. JBthtlWV " ''   �� ���*���'
; i       ��� ,. ,        ,     PaVil Hot kteler Agent.
THE ONLY  MOWER
TO BUY 15
...    - ��� >.,
It has the lageat sale of any Mower in the market anict is without <_6ubt the1
finest made.  Deering Binders are the best.
��� . ... ���'������*> ���'<���������,     ' i .
'* t> . ��� ,.  .
I    i
i    ������, if rue.'.<��
; i" I'll   'II,    ���;
IOWGE.
Notice Is hereby tTven that'
m��$4f*��\
loner of Land*
la'enil to apply tofKe Comm ��� ._
<nd Works for Itoense to prospeet for ooal on
ihe follovsteg described land: Commendng at
i hi) nor*Ji ea��t cornel' ef lot 1420, thence east; 40
chain*, taeine south 16 ohains, thenoe ws<t io
cnalos, thence SO shah* north to pises hf odm-
iienV'cBt
H*pt.
THOMAS METCALr.
Paul Bockmier. AgetL
Deering Hay Sweepers you can't do without. IJeermg Stackers can't'be
beat;" Deering Hay Rakes last the longest.   Write or call and see
W. HARGKAVES - - Kdmloops; KU*
V .'./. THE  NICOLA  HERALD
Marriage* of Divorcee*
Marriage* between people who have
previously been divined oan oo longer
be solemn-c'd iu the Anglican Cnureti in
Canada Thi* de6nit* decision was ��rnv
ed st at the Anglican Genarel Synid at
Quebec after a prolonged debate. It was
midnight when the final vote wis t��k*n,
the discussion having occupied tha whole
of th* morning kid evening session. The
debate aroie upon * unanimous mess***
received from the bishops asking the
tower house to concur in a ctnw to the
effect that no cletgy within the jurudic
tion of ihe Augloan Church in Cantcl*
phall aolemmz* a marriage betwe m p**.r-
tans who htve previously been warned
tnd divorced.
"The Bmpr-u."
The great tourist hotel under construe
'ion in Victoria hy the C. P. R. has been
panted "The Empress" by Sir Thorn*-
Shaugbnetsy, president of the railway
corporation. The name follows the r y ���
style ><f nomenclature followed by the C
P. K in christening it* hotels its steam
er* and the lakes and Itudmarks along
the Camdian tranacontinental route.
The C. P. H. is looked upon as *,
"royal" road tu the Orient, and the trav
ing public is to he reminded uf the fac
in o hundred different ways in a hundred
different placet.
Probably True.
A San Kranci-co Chinaman with the
lententiousiiess of his kind, after aome
experience uf American law, once remark
ed: Chinese law, first class; man kill*>
man, China, head c II; no keichee him,
tomehody heti off, mebhee cousin bean
off. English It*, tec nd cists; him kel
chee man, mebbee aim atme heed off
Melican law, no good, tuo mucin e
Slupleme Court."
-THE-
Bank of Montreal
Capital, all paid up, $14,000,000 Rest, $ic,ooo,ooo
Balance Profit and Loss Account, $373,988
Total Assets        - $135,124,452.74
PRESIDENT, Rt Bon. Lord Strat-con* -oil Mount Royal, 0.0. M 0.
VI0B-PRB8IDBMT, Sir Geo. A. Drumatond K. C. M. 0
OBNKRAL MAN AOBR _ 8. CLODSTON
Head Office -Montreal
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits received from   $1.00  and  upwards.     Interest
credited twice a year,
Withdrawals without delay
Banking Business of every description
Undertaken.
BANKING BY MAIL
Deposits may be made and withdrnwn by mail.     Out of
town accounts receive every attention.
THE NICOLA BRANCH IS NOW OPEN
A. W. STRICKLAND,
Manager.
Boys' Friend 1* Dead
Dr. Thomas John Bernardo, the we'l
known founder aud director uf philanthropic institution* by which over 66,000
orphan waifs hive been rescued, trained
tod pltoed out in life, died last Wednes
day night after a short illness. Dr. Bar
nsrdo htd suffered frum tngin* pectoris
for some yetrs. He was born in Ireltnc
lo 1*346.
To O-U Parliament.
The impression in most reliable source
it that it is scarcely possible to call th*
Dominion parliament together eatle
than February, on account uf the tin*
ouixumed by the Tariff Comuiissie.nei'i
tour of inquiry tnd subsequent dcliher*
tions of the cabinet, before the tariff re
viiion will be ready for announcement to
Ptrlitment.
BLAIR & CO.
-DEALER IN-
General Merchandise
Coutlee, B. 0.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS & SHOES, HARDWARE
FARM IMPLEMENTS, Etc.
MINERS' SUPPLIES,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
Resident Agent* ln Nicola for tb*
ROYAL, and LONDON - LANCASHIRE FIRE  INSURANCE!  GO'S
Celebration on May 24th.
An order hat been passed thtt th'
King's birtbdty, instead uf being obaerv
ed on November 9, shall be observed on
the 24th uf Hay next. The actual anniversary of King Edward's birth, the 9th
uf November, will be honored by mitotan
salutes in the prinoiphl Canadian cities.
NOTICE,
Nicola Liberal Assoc'n
Tha annual meeting of the Nioola Lib
ml Association will be hald in PooleyV
Hall, Tueaday, October 10th, at 8 p in
Basinets  Oeneral tnd election of officers
A. R. Carbhioton, President.
Giowi R. Philp, Secretary.
Mop -t the
ROCKFORD HOUSE
Ron. Scott, Proprietor
When  traveling  on  the Nicola road
Convenient place for travelers, with good
iccommodatinn.
MINERAL ACT.
Certifiott* of Improvement*.
NOTICK.
Copper Standard tnd Amelia Mineral Claims,
situate in th* SlmUiameen Mining Division
of Tale District Where located! 1* Aspen
Grove Camp.
Take notice that I, F. W. Groves, acting as
agent for Isaac East wood, Froo Miner's certitt
���ate No. bs7590, J. C. Campbell free miner's
certificate No. b'-SW, John McDonald, free
miner's csrlItloete No. B-613, Charles J. Chris-
tien. free miner's certificate No. B_WS, Louis J,
Ball, free miner's certificate No. B'i/SuS, and
Price Ellison, f re* miser's certificate No. BtKSl,
intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to an
'uii-
crown grants of the above claims.
Aad further take notice that action, under
section 37, must be commenced before the i*su-
LOWER NICOLA
PORTABLE STEAM
SAWMILL���
It prepared to take contracti for
���awing lumber tnd getting out
timber,
Uenei-I Hill�� ontr��< t* Kiemted
PRICB8 -0D.RAT-
1'srtie* wishing work can htve tame
promptly attended to by applying to
F. D. WOuDWARD,
Lower Nioolt, B. C.
THB PLAOB TO BUY TOPB
SMOKING GOODS IS AT
J. A. SCOT rs
CIGAR & TOBACCO STORE
KAMLOOPS
Full stock of Domes'ic and Imported Cigar*,
and the best, smoking tobtcco always on hand
Drop In and enjoy a quiet game of Billl rds
Agent for the Pioneer Steam Laundry, Vanroio
ver.  Laundry ship ed every rial urday.
ply to' the raining recorder for a certificate of
improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a
anetofi
Dated
of such oertlSoate of improvements.
- thi* Igth day of September, IMS.
mm
Unequalled as a
Sunjirier Resort
Good Fishing and Shooting. Guides and Horses
always ready. Telephone
connections all directions
First Class Accommodation. Terms:
Moderate.
8. KIRBY, Proprietor
QUILCHWU, 8. 0.
HOTELN
STEwA RT'S
NICOLA AND PRINCETON
also  Oonornl 3L.lvoi*y
Head Office:     -     -     -     Nicola Lake, B. C
STAGES
Leave Spences Bridge
Every Thursday for Nicola Lake, Kamloops,
Princeton and way points at 6 a. m.
Every Saturday for Nicola and way points at 6 a.m.
eave Kamloops
Every Monday lor Nicola and Spences Bridge
at 6 a', m.
oave Princeton
I-very  Sunday  6 a. m., arriving Spences
Bridge Tuesday 6 p.m.
Leave Nicola
tvery Tuesday and Friday for   Spences
Bridge at 6 a. m.
Every Friday for Princeton at 6 a. m.
special trips made by appointment.
Telephone connectiou with Kamloops
M. P. 8TRWAIIT,    -    -    Proprietor
R. M. WOUDWARD
Is still doing business at the Old Stand. A
*ood stock of Lumber constantly on hand.
Jrders promptly filled.
Lower Nicola,      -     -     -     B. 0
Rosedale fjotise, [_ovVer _\TicoIa
GENERAL STORE, POST OFFICE, EXPRESS
AND TELEPHONE OFFICE.      -      -      -
S. J. WOODWARD
DOMINION HOTKL. the best house in town
Headquarters for the Nicola Lewis creek
and Granite creek stages. Kvery convenient'*'
for travelers and commercial men. Bxof���SB1
table and well Mocked bar. C. J. Robinson 4
Co.. proprietors, Katnloops
MONTItKAL HOTKL Kamloops. Napoleon
Lttremouille, proprietor. First riots in
every particular. Oood win**, Liquors and
cigars.  Stabling In connection.
KAMLOOPS HOl'8K, P. Herod, proprietor.
Hest stock uf h-'hi*. liquors tnd cigars in
the Interior.
fri'tehing gla
oall in.
Just I he spol for a nice cool re
of beer.    When In Kamloopf
GRAND PACIFIC HOTKL, Kamloops.   Thi
nearest hetel lo the railway station.    The
only covnenlent hotel for travelers.     Good
rooms, good table, good liquors.   Two largt*
sample rooms.   P. A. iiarnharl, proprietor.
Oood stabling in coonection.
ASHi'HOFT HOTEL. The most convenient
ho'el for visitors In Ashcroft. The best of
table board. Hotano cold hatha Our retire
sentative meets all trains. Johnson k Perkins,
proprietors,	
GRAND CBNTRAL HOTKL, Ashcroft. Bv
erythlng up tn dale, the bouse has lately
been remodelled and is now under new man
agement. The bar is supplied with choices!
brands of wines, liquors aad cigars. When in
Ashcroft stop at the Grand Central, George
Ward, proprietor.
NICOLA STAGE
E. J. Martell.
LEAVES SPENCE'S BRIDGE
Every TUESDAY and FRIDAY, 7 a.m.
RETURNING FROM NICOLA
Every WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY, 7 a.m.
J. McQUISTON
Mercoaot jailor
Gents furnisher
Now is your time to se'ect your Summer Suit. Nice
patterns of Scotch, English and Irish Tweeds. First c ass
fit guaranted.
Otter Flat Hotel
Charles Debtrro, Proprietor.
TULAMEKN CITY, ��� ��� ��� ��� B. 0.
Headquarters for Summit, Rtbbitt
mountain, Tultmeen river, Boulder, Bear
and Kelly creek camps. Good Fttbiog
and Boating.
P. 0. Addreas    Atpen Orove.
W. J. KERR
Watchmaker,Jeweler
KAMLOOP8, B. C.
All kindt of Watches, Cloolts, Jewelry,
etc., kept ia atock.   Wedding pre*.
enU t specialty.
Flnt class repairs done on short notice
and returned tt one*.
If You Need Aoytbjoji
iO toe
Line, send your work to the undersigned.
All order* finished in �� workmanahip
manner.   Ctbinet work t specialty.
J. It. IrloGREGOR,
Lower Nioolt, B. 0. THE NICOLA HERALD
LOCAL NEWS
Mr*. Marahall left th* firtt of th* week
for Rockford.
H. 8. Cleasby tnd wife wen suiting in
NiooU l**t Friday.
J. N. Moore of the Beaver ranch wat
in Kamloops for t few dty* thi* week.
Mr*. O*oi>|* Murray i* visiting with
Mr. tnd Mr*. W. Ritchie McDonald it
Napier lake.
��� .1
Church of England service will be held
at Coutlee on Bandar at 3 p.m.; Nioola
tt 7 18 p. tn.
Business Local*.
Smoke Interior or La Morena Cigars.
Summer applet, 2 cent* a pound tt K.
H. Winny t.
       \
Notice* forbidding hunting on your
ranch can be obtained tt the Nicol*
Herald office.
F. W. Jackson manager of the Tri��ngle
ranch near Quilchena, tnd Mrt. Jackson
were in Nioola on Tumday.
George B. Armstrong and Mr*. Arm
strong of Lower Nicol* spent Friday
afternoon and Saturday in Nioola.
When ynu want * good amok* ask for
tb* Interior or Lt Morena Cigar, manufactured   by the Inland   Cigar Factory,
Kamloops.
View* of Cariboo, Yale, Nicol* and
Similkameen distriota at Uarrington'a
store or A. Murchie, photographer,
Princeton.
Harness
and   Saddlery
Now it the time to buj your Harness tnd Saddlery. I have in
stock t full line o goodttuiitble
to the trade. Saitftction guaranteed.   All kindt of
RKPAIBIM-
Hart.ess, Boot*, Shoe*, etc., dope
nettly tnd promptly.
N. J. BARWICK,
NICOLA LAKE,      ���     ���      B. C.
A. R. Oarrington, general merchant,
left on a business trip Tuesday through
the Aipen Grove and Otter Valley.
W. Mnnroe returned from the Douglas
Lake Cattle Co.* property th* first of
thi week, where he has been employed.
Mita O'Rnurke came op from Coutlee
thit week tnd will let*e for Westminster
lo visit with friend* snd t'tend the Dn
minion Ftir.
HARDWARE
8HELF GOOD-
MINING 8UPPLIE8
LUMREIt SUPPLIES
McLAUOHLIN'8
CARRIAGES
WAG0N8
Mccormick mowers
A full line of the above always kept
in (took tt close price* tt
LEEMING'S HARDWARE
KAMLOOPS
0 K. Oliver. M. E, of Hedley wa* In
the Nicola district last week looking over
th* minenl res mrces. He eipects to r*
turn again shortly.
Mr. tnd Mr*. R. H. Winny will ]��av*
tomorrow for New Westminster on t
week* holiday taking in the coaat cities
tnd the Dominion r\ir
The many friend* nf Mr*. M P. Stewart will h* pleased tn hear that she is
gradually gaining strength tnd ii now
able to lit np fnr * short time each day,
The tnnnal genera! meeting nf the
Nicola Liberal Association will he held in
Pnolef't hall, Tii*cm1��t evening, Oct, 10
General Win*** and election of officers.
FOR SALE
A Stock Ranch containing
4740 acres, situated near Doug
las Lake, with all necessary implements anil also stock. For
particulars apply to
W. M. LAUDER,
Quilchena, P. 0.
Springbank Ranch. July 14 h. 1906.
General
Blacksmith
CARRIAGE AND WAUON WORK
1 Horseshoing done in a
first class manner. Careful attention given to this
branch of the business.
All Work Guaranteed
RILEY HOUSE
NICOLA LAKE, a 0.
First class hoard tnd lodging by tht
day week or month. Every attention
given to the travelling public
Mm. Riley, Proprietress.
A. W. Strickland m*n��'�� "f ���'���
Bank nf Montreal and R J. Per.
gellay nf the Rnval City Mill*, left nn a
special stai/e fnr Vanconver Monday tn
be absent aeveral days.
Three e*r loads of prime cartl* were
taken to Kamlnnp* this week from the
Pooley ranch. Foreman Healnp was in
chsree tnd after th* shipment of stock
will go to the roast for aeveral day*.
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith
Horse Shooing a specialty.
NIOOLA HKE. B. C.
\- _
_       _        J
M.
BEATTIE
Accountant
, Commission, Insurance
and General Agent.
Main Street
Kamloops
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
3010  Westminster  Road
VANCOUVER, B. 0.
H. C. <>rown Stot'k oi Fruit and
Ornamental Trent.
Apple Tiees; 2 and S-year olds: HI to (20 M
DO. ucconiinit to variety. Uneyear-olds,4 tn I
eet. $10 to $12 per 1O0.
Extit nice stock of Cherry. Peach, I'lu-e.
\pricots, etc., now a/owing fnr fall orders, Nt
xiii'iihc, lost, or delay of funiiiratinn or Inspet
Ion. Let me uri e your list before plaelnR yon
nder.  Catalog free.
Greenhouse Plant*, Floral Work, Bee 8ui
lilies, fruit Packages, Fertilizers, etc,
Al. J. HKNRY,
HMO Westminster Road,      Vanoouvbk, ii. (
Messrs. Merritt tnd Otlade whn apen'
several day* in the Aspen Grove nn a
hunting tour returned Sunday evening
tnd left for Vancouver neit d��y. They
were well pleated with their trip.
A meeting of the Rural Deanery nf tr*
Church of England wiil he held tt Kamloopa on Wednesday, October 4th. Rev
W. Govier will leave Monday to he in attendance, tnd has heen requested *v
preach in S. Paul't Church on the subject:   "Tn Cbnrch Workers Generally."
Tht party who haa the jack screw belonging to the A. E. Howse Co. Ltd.,
will oblige hy returning asm* at once.
Tb* A E. Howie Co., Ltd.
NOTICE
To Hunters
Notice is hereby given tha< huntiicg m
shooting nn the property of the P.ukI,
Lak* Ctttle Company is f-.rKi.i.i, i, Am
ptmon or persons hunting r-htiotm
nn the thove property will lie* |ir,..ecuti"
under the sections of the Game Ac
J. I'*  i.'kkavks
NOTICE.
Official Administrator's Ac
In re Estate of
ANTOINE GODEY,
���
WATCH REPAIRING
All kinds nf Watch. Clock
tnd Jewelry repaira done in
firtt class order tnd satisfaction guaranteed. All work
entrusted to our care will he
completed tnd returned with-
c u> di'Uv
W. tl. CAMPBELL A �������.,
C. P. R. Time Inspectors. Kamloops
A oar of groceries, ooal oil to , juat ar-
rived, else- aome fine new drees gooda juat
opened up. A shipment of Lake of
Wood* flour���Five Rose* Brand, tnd
cnore Universal Bread Miiert will be
here thia week. "The People's Store,"
4. R. Carrington.
TKNDBR8 will be received by the under
signed for the purchase of the Cattle Hon* *
and other personal property, and the real <�����
tate of the late Antoine Uodey. Ternm ca*-h.
Particulars thereof may be obtained fron
Peter Marquart, Nicola, ft 0.
AMCC I). MACINTYKK,
Offlieal Administrator, Ooiin'y of Tale,
Kamloops, B. C.
"THE PEOPLES STORE.'"
ARRIVING EVERY WEEK
FRESH GROCERIES
Our Leaders in Teas are Marigold,
Nabob and Salada���all Favorites
LAKE OF WOODS FLOUR
We have constantly on hand
Hardware, Boots and Shoes.
Clothing, Miners' Supplies, etc.
At Right Prices
To arrive shortly���A Car Lot of Groceies,
Provisions, Coal Oil &c for fall and winter.
A R.
General Agent Excelsior Life Insurance Co.
Notary Public.
NICOLA LAKE, B. 0.
"IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH US."
UOTICE.
A SITTING of the County Oeurt of Yale.
will be held is th. Court House, Nioola
B. C, oa
Monday, 9th October
at Ida a.
OBO. HURRAY,
C. a R*t_tr*r.
W< Hit headquarters for
School Books
Scribblers,
Exercise Books
ind supplies of every description
Give us a trial
SMITH BROS
BOOKSTORE
Kamloopt and Veruou
NEW SPRING GOODS
ARRIVING DAILY-���
We are in a position to show you one of the best assorted stocks ever placed in Nicola. We have secured
the newest and most fashionable goods, so you can depend on anything you see here as just right for style,
quality and value.
We lead and will convince you so that you will
leave us and be well satisfied with our goods.
New Dress Goods
New Skirts
New Silk Waists
New Shoes
All of the Best and Prices to suit the pockets.
See and be Convinced.
Lumber, Flour and Feed always on Hand.
, IM
1
���	
GENERAL MERCHANT
Lower Nicola, -        B. C.
JAMES SMITH
GENERAL
BLACKSMITH
LOWER NICOLA, B. 0.
All kind* of repair work don* it) a
leat and tttisfaotory manntrand id thort
GOUTLEK HOTEL
COUTLEE. B C.
Jos. Richards,      -      proprietor
tct.lC*
Horseshoeing
Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.   First class accommodation
for travelers and tourists.
Oood Stabling ln Connection. Telephone Connection

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.nicoheral.1-0318079/manifest

Comment

Related Items