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Array R U UV***'"
THE NICOLA
Vol. 3.   No. 2.
NICOLA, B. C, THURSDAY, JANUARY 10. 1G07.
$2 a Year
BEAR CREEK MINE
MPORTOF MINE) MANAOSR BMARfl
OUT IXPBOTATIONS.
$35 to *01 perton in gold, silver H VTCTT PQA I fill [ V Mr. Sweeny visited the valley over.JTPMQ nr IMTCDCCT
copper. Abouthalf the shaft was in | **������� ^V/AL UULLI I year ago.nd as s result of that tripes-!* A ^"^ Uf IN1LKLM
high-grade ore and the balance in low- j . | tab|ighed , branch of thtir ingtilution j
grade. Almost a month ago the high-
grade widened out and filled the entire
shaft.
Messrs. Armstrong and Law deserve
great credit for having stuck to the
proposition to its present successful
state. For nearly five years they spent
their own money on the prorerty. They
are the only Vancouver men, in fact the
only Canadians, who have gone into the
Similkameen and put up their own money to develop mining; property.
The present operations are being conducted merely to ascertain the best
method for developing on a large scale
though the ore being taken out is carefully sorted and stored for future shipments. The camp is thoroughly equipped, and operations on the shaft will be
energetically pushed till spring by which
time enough will have been done to enable an intelligent plan of mining operations to be laid out.
0FFI0BR8 OF COMPANY SPEND
DAT IN THB VALLEY
Ths On Has Repined All tbe Lime
For Five Solid Feet, and Is Clear
and Strong - Story of the
Property
Samples of ore from the new strike
on the Boar Creek property of the Similkameen Mining & Smelting Company
arrived in Vancouver Thursday, says
the Province. These and the report of
Mine Manager Kirkpatrick fully bear
out the expectations created by the
telegram to C. F. Law appraising him
of the strike. In his letter Mr. Kirkpatrick says:
"I am glad to be able to forward a
much better report than even the last
one which was a very sanguine one alio. The ore has replaced all the lime
; for five solid feet, and is strong and
I clear. The walls are clear and smooth
as glass. It is a fine body of ore. What
I send is from a 105-foot level."
The story of this property is not de-
i void of the romance that has marked
|the discovery and development of other
; mines, some of which have proved
i among the richest in the world.
| In the summer of 1900 Charles F. Law
igrubstaked two Swedes who prospected
* Bear Mountain, and some fine surface
indications werediscovered. Upon these
! showings St. Lawrence and St. George
claims were staked. Mr. Law himself
staked the St. Helens. As their share
the Swedes retained a half interest in
'the two they had staked; this interest
they afterwards bonded to W. H. Armstrong. Mr.1 Law also bonded his interest in the St. Helens. Later the Swedes! Solomon; directors, H. S. Cleasby, Rob-
staked the Brooklyn at BearCreek falls ert Whittaker, H. H. Woodward, R. H.
which they also bonded to Mr. Arm-[Winny and R. L. Clark; delegate to
strong. About the same time Mr. Law j Central Institute, D. Dodding.
staked the Vancouver on his own and The delegate was instructed to en-
Mr. Armstrong's behalf, thus bringing i quire as to why the change of name
under  their   joint  control   five   full! from Lillooet to Nicola had not been
Well Pleased With Showing of Coal
and Work Done on Ooal Bully.
Er tensive Work to be Done
This Year.
Tuesday mornipg saw the first Pullman car in the Nicola Valley, having
been chartered by the Nicola Valley
Coal & Coke Co.; Ltd., for its officers
to journey to their coal property on the
Coldwater river.
In the party were the president of the
company, John Hendry; W.  H. Armstrong,   vice-president;  F. H.  Lantz,
managing director; Dr. L. N. McKech-
nie, F. R. Stewart and Jonathan Rog-
The line of the Great Northern Rail-1 ers, director's; and the following who
way has been laid out through Otter' are interested and guests of the corn-
Flat, and is expected to be built within j pany's officers: S. Tingley, J. J. Camp-
eighteen months.   One trial line, show-1 bell, J. M. Locke, Campbell Sweeney,
ing a good grade, has been surveyed to Thos. Kiddie and John P. McConnell.
within a mile or so of the shaft, from,   Arriving at Contlee, they breakfasted
which point ore can be conveyed by aerial tram. By wagon road fron the mine
to Tulameen, about 12 miles, ore can be
taken down the hill for about three dollars per ton.
Farm��rs Institute
At the annual meeting of the Lillooet
Farmers Institute held at Lower Nicola
there was a fair attendance and considerable business transacted.
The election of officers resulted in the
following being chosen to manage the
affairs for the coming term: D. Dodding, president; vice-president, H. H.
Matthews;  secretary-treasurer,   S. J.
claims.
Mr. Armstrong let a contract to the
Swedes to sink shafts on the showings,
which occur in a contrast with granite
on one side and limestone and schist on
the other.
Before the expiration of his bonds Mr.
Armstrong engaged Thomas Kiddie, M.
E., to go up and examine the property.
As a result of his observations he advised Mr. Armstrong to take up his options which he did two and a half years
ago. After that four shafts were sunk
and when the value of the property had
been demonstrated to a point which justified it, it was capitalized at $2,000,000,
the claims being put into the company
at a million, the vendors taking the entire amount in stock. Following the
organization of the company an issue of
treasury stock was offered to the public
at $2 per share, with a bonus of one
share to two.
Between the time that Mr. Armstrong
took up his options and the organization
of the company, Mr. Law and Mr. Armstrong had spent nearly $100,000 on the
property. In 1906 a wagon road from
Tulameen City or Otter Flat, was commenced, and eight miles of it was completed that season, the last four miles
having been finished in September,
1906.
Not until the road was built could
machinery and other mining equipment
be transported up the hill. However,
immediately following the completion of
the road a shaf thouse and an up-to-date
hoist waa built and installed. Since then
mining operations have been energetically pushed.
From the surface four shafts have
been going down in ore running from
made; also to ask that the constable be
instructed to see that thistles were cut
before July 1st.
Another recommendation for the delegate was .is follows:
That whereas in several districts of
the province conditions exist with the
problem of irrigation, such as will seriously retard settlement of same and is
hound to lead to endless and costly litigation if not immediately remedied,
Therefore, be it resolved by the Central Farmers Institute in session assembled that the Provincial Government be
and is hereby requested to appoint a
commission to enquire into and report
at mine host Richards', after which
sleighs were on'hand and they were
driven to Coal Gtllcy, where Alexander
Faulds, M. E., superintend nt. took
charge of the party and escorted them
over the property and through the tunnel and other coal .-Iwwin.s and the different workings. After 'he tour of the
mine the party returned tu Coutlee and
after lunch lhe ttoiii )��'(!���<( for Nieola,
where the visitors were shown around
and given tin illustration of how Coal
Gully coal worked fur oheksmithing
pnrposes nnd also for o iinosiie. Returning to Coutlee al't'T dinner l he party left for Spences Hridge where their
car was picked up by ihe west passenger on its way to the coast.   From Spen-
I at the town of Nicola, which he visited
A while here.
Thomas Kiddie, late surerintendentof
j the Ladysmith smelter on Vancouver
I Island, was a member of the party and
was pleased to find the coal property in
fine working shape and turning out good
coal. Mr. Kiddie, two years ago, visited the property to report on same and
| from his samples taken at that time 67
| per cent, of coke was obtained. He
i said the property was a good one and
with the work now done and going on
he *ould see no reasons why the company should not be shipping coal in a very
short time. Mr. Kiddie is an authority
on all matters pertaining to smelting
ore and his report upon these coals, particularly in regard to their coking values, is very gratifying.
F. H. Lantz, managing director of the
company, said the object of the visit was
to show the directors over the property
and consult with their engineer, Mr.
Faulds, and approve of his plans and
workings of the property, and, on their
return, decide on the future course of
the company's operations. Thu development of the property as now going
on is very satisfactory to the company
and will be continued as fast as possible. The necessary buildings for the
use of the miners will beerocieila^ nn
as possible; bunkers, etc., for ihe co.d
will be started and before ihe huiMfogl
are finished the machinery ami plan
will lie on the ground and ill a few
months Middl.'sUiro toll, li^ will ha
one of the busiest spois in ihe province.
8IR FREDERICK BORDEN WILL BE
HIOH COMMISSIONER.
Baroness Burdette Ooutti Dlea at th*
Age of 02 Tears and Is Mourned
By Thousands Whom She
Had Assisted.
It is a certainty that Lord Strathcona
has resigned the office of High Commissioner, and that Sir Frederick Borden will succeed him. Lord Strathcona
will personally deliver his resignation
upon his arrival at Ottawa.
The vacancy at London which has bo
long been sought, is the highest within
the gift of the Dominion Government.
The salary, which is $10,000 a year, will
be increased in all probability, on the
ground that it is inadequate in the case
of a Commissioner without independent
means.
Famous Woman Dead.
The  death  of  Baroness Burdette-
Coutts removes from the arena of contemporary events one who was a notable figure of the Victorian age. Passing
away at the age of Vi, she could look
back on years of friendship with some
i of the most distinguished ornaments of
I the lath ceniury.   The peerage confer-
! red upon her by the late Queen in 1871
i was a fit recognition of her boundless
] benevolence and active charity.   Even
! the Sultan of Turkey had the grace to
decorate her with the best Order at his
' command. She will be mourned by tens
of thousands of poor people whose lives
iTin/ coal to the riihvay for the use J **** brightened by her efforts. She
ih ir engines.   Tlie railway contact-1 *** ihe only woman to receive the free-
have a
a little
over thirtydays, they have got io work
and opened up the property and are supplying
comin
ces   Bridge   Messrs.   Macdonnell  and  	
Czowski, the railway contractors, ac-1 Nicola Coal & Coke Co., Ltd
companied the party over the Nicola J unique record.   Organized for
branch.
A party of Nicola citizens composed
of A. W. Strickland, II. L. Roberts, A.
E, Howse, M. L Grimmett, R. A. Fraser and F. M. Smith drove to Coutlee
and met the party and accompanied
them m Nicola bv train.
John llen'rv. president of the company, in so.-ikitur ton II Tal'l representative, staled lhat he was wen pleased
wild lhe showing on in, property, anu
They are now working in lhe main I
lunnel which is in 2UU feet and has  181
feet ���! inches of clean coal, and besides!
supplying ilie local trade have been de-
liv>
of ' .
on aru well tatUM wiih ihe coal and !*��� of the city of London, which-honor
claim ih.'.v ,'ei I inter action withii than ! was conferred upon her in I6i2.
any o'h <r coal ih.���>��� have yet used. The |
Cattle Dying In the North West
A Medicine Hat despatch says hundreds of  ran0'e  cattle are lying dead
tl lo the public.   During the'along the line ol the C. P. R. between
mat the company intends put-1 that  place and Calgary, the animals
ting i heir property in first class shape, Having perished Irom starvation and
anil liavine already contracts for all the | exposure. liesides tne mortality from
coal lhe) 'in eet out, they will be kept ] wain of feed, lierce snow storms have
protiy busy. When iheplantisinshape [stampeded ihe herds, which then ran
the production will Im about ttXI tons \ wall ihe winu until stopped by snow
per day an. will bo increased as the fences aloiy lhe railway, where they
mine develops. [ were blocked tid submerged in drifts
now the company w.is ai excellent shape I
to open the mine up on a large scale,
which they wouid do ai an cany dale.
The situation of the property for working and transportation facilities could
not be belter and besides having the C. I |;,v
1'. IC, tiK- V. V. & L. railway (of which
he was president) would next year build
a line down the Coldwater to the coal
LO  AL NeiVJX.
upon some system for the conservation     ^^^^mwmmmmm^^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
of  water and the proper regulation! t****' uThe ia{ure f Nlcola **r   .
thereof for irrigation purposes in the IC0U,d nut *������**** and ��' a short I this coal that makes it of such great
several districts where water is used or jtUm'' Wllh the mm* ****** "* tt ^ ! commercial value. The coal is a hard
may he used for irrigation, and without Iscak'' shlpl"ni>r i,nd mduslr,��s *-��*�� *K bituminous of the highest grade. It
waiting for a full report of said com. I bound to spring up as a result of the |mrn8 frte\y wilh 8 km flame, and
mission they be empowered to take evi- j mlne9' there would bt' a ^ tlme- practically without smoke, snd on that
dence on any question or dispute with1 CamPbe" *****9i manager of the aCcount is especially adapted for steam
reference to water used for irrigation I Bank of Montreal at Vatlcouvt'r- ��aW and domestic u��e.
purposes and adjudicate thereon with-1 *��� showinKs at the coal **** we,v I   The coal is very clean, and free from
1 very satisfactory and up to e\pecta- su|phur, slate and foreign substances,
tions; he had enjoyed the trip very 'tt has been tested for blacksmithing and
much. Speaking of Nicola Valley, he ' pronounced to be even better for that
predicted a great future, as almost i purpose than the famous Piedmont coal
everything could be found in it.   Mines !'f W��8t Virginia,  which has always
Thequaliiy of the Coldwater River \ ����d suffocated.
coal in the Nicola Valley has been pro-: 	
noiinc.-d by the best known coal experts
In be ono of the superior bituminous!    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
coal-   known  west at the  Mississippi "~~~'
r, and is unexcelled for steam, do- The postage stamps sold at the Nic-
mes-ie and smithing purposes, and fully ola post office for the year 1906, were
equal to lhe best coking coal on the i j5��s.86 an increase of $67.,tf over last
American continent. ye)4r.
It is the superior coking quality of
Miss C. Murray left for Revelstoke
this week where she wili be engaged
on the teaching staff of the public
school at that place.
out delay; that whereas during construction of a railroad, where the wagon road
is diverted the railway company be
compelled to put in a road which is
reasonably safe for the traveling public
and further that such road shall be divided from the railway track by a substantial fence wherever the track and
roadway run side by side.
County Court Judges.
Two county court judges have been
appointed for British Columbia. J. R.
Brown, ex-M. P. P., takes the place of
Mr. Justice Clement, of the Grand Forks
district, and Calder has been appointed
for Cariboo to succeed Cornwall.
of every description, fine cattle ranches teTr^T^dJ8a,thte be,t 8mithin*
'    ,,.,    ,     ,,, i coal in the United htates.
and general farming land could be seen
all eround.   Now that the railway line '        ~
was completed to Nicola,  it would at- Judge Henderson Acepta.
tract a large number of people and the     Alexander Henderson, judge of the
population in a few years would be a ,county court at Vancouver, resigns the
large one.   One thing which would be judgeship, and has accepted the Liberal
of the greatest benefit to the valley nomination for Vancouver city.    "A
would be the cutting up of the large \ oM in the hand ig worth two in the
ranches into small holdings, similar to j bush," so the genial judge will think
Miss Bertha Woodward of Iiower
Nicola is holding a masquerade conundrum party Friday evening at her home
in honr of her birtnuay.
the Okanagan. As far as he could
learn the Nicola was as well adapted
for  fruit growing as the Okanagan.
after the election. He made an excellent judge and should have remained on
the bench.
C. F. Law arrived from Otter Flat on
Monday's stage where he had been in
connection with the Similkameen Mining company. After a short stay at
Coutlee he left for Vancouver Tuesday
evening.
The Hon. Richard McBride will visit
Nicola Valley in the course of ten days
and address the electors. Mr. Semlin
the Conservative candidate will also
make a trip through the district at an
early date. THE  NICOLA   HERALD
THE NICOLA HERALD
Published Every Thursday
Subscription. In Advance. 12 a Tear
Nicola, B. C, January 10,1907.
Possibly at one time he had the
powers to distinguish objects in relation to himself, but if so his perspective has been set so awry until now the jumble of words that
rolls and tumbles from his decadent equipment has all the seeming g^g* TwSw0"-'11
NOTICE.
Notice is herebv given that sixty days
after date 1 will apply to the Hon.
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for a license to prospect for coal on the
following described tract of land:
Beginning at a post marked B. P.
Little, South West corner said post be
EDITORIAL NOTES.
Vote for Charles A. Semlin, the
nominee of the Conservative party.
The Hedley Gazette in referring
to   the   nomination   of the Hon.
of madness.   Pity and kindly restraint is all he needs.
Oanford Dramatic Society.
The first annual entertainment given
by the Canford Amateur Dramatic Society was held last evening at the residence of Mr. Thos.  E.  Richards.   All
91, in the Kamloops Division of Yale District, B. C,
Thence North 40 chains, th 'ce Eaet40
chains, thence South 40 cl ..is, thence
West 40 chains to point of commencement, said described land being the
South-West quarter of said section '2A.
B. P. LlTTl.E, Locator.
Dec. 8th. 1906.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that thirty days
Charles A. Semlin for Yale riding pregent were much Impressed by the afterdate I intend to ayplyto theChief
savs:    "Stuart Henderson must set  lalent shown in the several parts, the \ Commissioner of Lands and Works for
' ,  , ,   ���     .^ . I a licence to cut and carry away  timber
his  finish  in  Yale,   for the  man only regret being that so pleasant am from th(J f0nowjng described lands; Sit-
doesn't walk who can beat Charlie evening flew only too quickly away, uated in the Yale district of B. ('. com-
,     ,.   .    ,   ."   .    '      ,��....' Amongst  those invited were Mr. J.  mencing at a post marked T. J. Smith's
isemhn in that riding.   After over! a_.^* r v   u. _��� u��� ci  RnKP \ North East corner and adjoining the
' Coldwater I. R. thence West 80 ehaiiu
Bright, C. E., Mr. and Mrs.
entertainers.
I of commencement.
Dated November I7th. 1906.
T. J. Smith, Locator.
R. B. Smith, Agent.
notice.
I iii ul I   ,-enrs'   service  the  Semlin   >.       j >.     n, t> u ���      ��,     Coldwater 1. R. thence West 80 cha
twenty >tars   struct  tne nenii.n Mr and Mrs T R .Hardiman, etc.   Mr. | thence South ^ chaing> thence Easl N
verdict, even from  opponents,  is | and Mrs.   Richards proved delightful chains, thence North 80 chaind to point
'Incorruptible and Incorrupted'."
Hon. Charles A. .Semlin, the
Conservative candidate for Yale,
is a man who has had the confidence of the electors for many
years; and the fact that his nomination was unanimous goes to show
that the people have still the same
confidence in him. On February
2nd the votes polled for the Hon.
Charles A. Semlin will convince
the outside politicians and Liberal
papers that their prophecies have
been wide of the mark.
William Wallace llruce Mclnnes,
ex-governor of the Yukon, has arrived in British Columbia from Ottawa, and has been nominated for
the legislature by the Vancouver
Liberals. Mr. Mclnnes is a well
known political acrobat and his appearance will lie watched with much
PROGRAMME.
PART I.
Tableaux:   l-'-The Letter", Miss
Hardiman, Mrs. Richards, L. Hardiman;
���J   "Two Young Maids of Lee",   Mrs. Thirty days after date   1  intend  to
Richards,   Miss  Hardiman; 3 - "The apply  to  the Chief Commissioner of
Soldier's Return",  Mrs.  Richards, L. Lands and works for a licence to pros-
Hardiman; 4-"Cockles and Mussels", P'��for coal on th.- f<ill<>*in' lands,
...    ,,    '         ,,          ,,    ,.            , starting at a post on section 4township
Miss Hardiman, Messrs. Hardiman and M( running 8o chains north, thence 8u
Richards; 5-"The Martyr",  Mr.  and chains east,   thence 80 chains south,
Mrs. Richards.    (Interval for supper.) ' thence west to point of commencement.
i November 25th. 1906.
PART "��� Jos. Gkaham, Locator.
Farce: "Where's My Hat?"   Dram
atis Personea-Mrs. Frederick Felix,
Miss Hardiman; Margery (the maid),
Mrs. Richards; Tenpenny (thecabman),
L.
NOTICE.
Thirty davs after date I intend toap-
Hardiman;   Mr.   Frederick  Felix,  P'y to the Chief Commissioner of Lands
m P R- i,   , and works for a license to cu i and carry
Canford, B. C, Jan. 3, '07.
Provincial Elections
away timber from the following lands;
starting at a post on the lefi Dank oi
Godey Creek near lot 669 A running 80
chains west, thence 80 chains north,
thence 80 chains east, thence 80 chains
south to point of commencement.
A convention for Yale Electoral Dis- November 26th 1906.
trict will be held in Pooley's hall, Nico- j j0S- ��RAHAM> Locator-
la, Friday, Jan. 11th, 1907, atlOo'clock |"
a. m., to select a candidate to contest
the district in the interests of the Lib-
DUCK
, , Thirty days after date I intend to ap-
interest by all who have come in | eral party in the ^incoming elections. ply ^ ^ CW Commissioner of Lands
contact with this human  phono- j Each polling booth is entitled to one and works for a license to cut and carry
graph
J delegate tor each twenty votes or frac-1 away timber from the following lands;
Resigning a $12,000 a year thereof cast at the last     neral I starting at a post on the left bank of
job with perquisites is a novelty \ ���,���.���_ , Godey Creek and running 80   chains
V -nu ui   ielectlon' south, thence 80 chains west, thence 80
this young man will have to explain YALE DISTRICT LIBERAL ASS'N.! chains north, thence 80 chains east to
G. B. Armstrong, President.
A. R. Carrington, Secretary.
to the electorate of British Colum
biu.   It is also rumored that he is
in possession of the finances to carry on the campaign.    There is no (_
doubt considerable truth in it as we Ura IU! LUllral  PlOttl
understand that a few backsliders Ashcroft, it.c
from 'ie party have come into line.
The Nicola Herald does not think
for an instant that "Billy" has
taken tbe "gold cure."
point of commencement.
November 26th. 1906.
Jos. Graham, Locator.
e*--w
Everything up to date.   Best cuisine in
town.  Bar supplied with the best wines,
NOTICE.
Thirty days after date I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a license to cut and carry
away timber from the following lands;
starling at a post at the south-east i or-
nor of Jos. Graham's 2nd, location, run
The Vancouver World, British
Columbia's yellow journal, is continuing its campaign of abuse on
many of the much respected citizens of this province, who are candidates in the political contest now
on. In its late issues it refers to
Charles A. Semlin in very uncomplimentary terms. Mr. Semlin is
known throughout the province and!
in his own home as a man respected by all, which remarks cannot be
made about the editor of the World. \ NICOLA,
The editor of the World is a very 	
old man and it is with regret that i
the Nicola Herald is compelled to | 	
refer to him, but his repeated re-     ,_ ,,,.
,,,.,,, ,.      All persons holding accounts against
marks about fossils so fits tti^cappmUmiiea ,(;0,dt;n Sovereign
own case that his age will have to Mine) are heruby notified to forwar(j
be overlooked.   He is practically same to
honors and eiuars     When  in  Asherott < mnK ���* cha,ns 80uth' thence  �� cha,ns
liquors ano ugar��.   wnen in Asncrou \ ^ ��KonM sn rh��in�� nnrth then��� hi
stop at the Grand Central.
GEO. WARD, - PROP.
STRAYED.
Strayed to R. Gulliford's ranch Aspen
Grove, a cow branded B on side. Owner can have same by paying expenses.
M. L. GRIMMETT, LL. B.
BARRISTER, solicitor,
NOTARY   l't'HI.IC,    KTC.
Solicitor for the Bank of Montreal.
B. C.
west, thence 80 chains north, thence 80
j chains east to point of commencement.
' November 26th, 1906.
J. R. A. Richards, Locator.
Jos. Graham, Agent.
NOTICE.
NOTICE.
Thirty days after date I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a licence to cut and carry
away timber from the following lands;
starting at a post at the south-east cor-
nor of Jos. Graham's 2nd. location, running 80 chains south, thence 80 chains
east, thence 80 chains north, thence 80
chains west to point of commencement.
November 26th. 1906.
A.Coi.lett, Locator.
Jos. Graham Agent.
Bankofflontreal
Capital, all paid up $14,400,000.   Rest, $10,000,000.
Head Office:  Montreal
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Interest allowed at current rates.
DRAFTS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
FARMERS' AND RANCHERS'  NOTES DISCOUNTED.
NICOLA BRANCH
A W. STRICKLAND,
Manager.
the star "fossil" in the province,
besides being a disgruntled politician. In all his writings he shows
the signs of depravity, spleen and
uncalled-for criticism.   The World
Angus Nelson,
Kamloops, B. C.
was once looked upon as a respect-1 oordi��UJ, ���*���*
able family paper, but of late it has
fallen very low in the minds of the
public at large, even those of its
own political stripe.
has any friends they ought to take
care of him, as it is too bad that he
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ClOURT NinihA. No. K81, A.O. F..meet*
/  wound nnil (nurth Kridft> in etch nionil
al 8 p.m.. in I'ooley'n Hull.    Vimtlng brethren
P'
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A, R. Cakrinoton. CM.
V, Gordon Mi'KiUY.Sec.,
WATCH REPAIRING
All kinds of Watch, Clook
tnd .leoelry reiaiw done in
first cIhhs order snd tatisfac-
tion guaranteed. All work
entrutrted to our e.tre will be
completed snd returned without delay.
W. HI. (AMt'HEIX A ��'<>..
C. P, R. Time Impede���. Kamloopa
HARDIMAN & CO.
If the editor I*nd M,nln8 &od Oeneral 8upply Agts
���roit���
Mining rnnirn'-torK, fitrm machinery, buntlm.
riitlrr-. Kli'iKhdCc.   bend for our lint of farm
and mining properties. Report* on mining nro
, . , , , , I peplea thmnijh the llistrior.   Cable addrei-��
Should be allowed to make COntinU- j "Aurum."  Codes: Bromhall, More.ng k Ntul.
OUS exhibitions Of his weaknesses.;   'Warehouie-Canford.Nhola Valley, RC.
GRAND PACIFIC HOTKIj, Kamloopa.  The
neareat h��tel mile railway Kialion.    Tbe
only oovncnlent hoiel for travelers    Oood
i-mmiH, good lahle, good liquors.    Two large
wimple romni.   V A. Harohart, proprietor.
Onod ��iKilling In connection.
A8HCRWT HOTEL. The mnfl convenient
hn el for vtoltom In Ashcrnft. The bent of
table board, liotann cold baths, ihir re��re
aentaflve meets all trains. Johnson ft Perkins,
proprietors.
STBwA FIT'S
NICOLA AND PRINCETON
Hai ton
L
Also  General Livory
Head Office:     -     -     -     Nicola Lake, B. C.
STAGES
Leave Spences Bridge
Hverv  Thursday lor Nicola Lake,  Kamloops,
Princeton and way points at 6 a. m.
Every Saturday for Nicola and way points at 6 a.m.
Leave  Kamloops
Kvery Monday for Nicola and Spences Bridge
at 6 a. m.
Leavt* Princeton
Kvery  >��unday   6 a  m��� arriving Spences
Bridge Tuesday 6 p.m.
Leave Nicola
Kvery Tuesday and Friday for   Spences
Hridge at 6 it. m.
Every Friday fnr Princeton at 6 a. m,
Special trips made hy appointment.
TelephoiiH connection with Kamloops
M. P. flfkWART,    -    -    Proprietor
NICOLA
PORTABLE SAWMILL
UANuractrvRKR and Dkalir in
Rough and Dressed
Lumber
Is prepared to take contracts for
sawing lumber and getting out
timber.
Utnrrml Mill Contract* t'nemled
PRICKS MOOKKATK
Mail orders promptly attended to
J. A. MENZIES,   -   Lower Nicola.
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith
Horae Shoeing a S|moi��lty.
NICULA LAKE. R C
%
UKIIlllA
Unequalled as a
Summer ftesort
Good Fishing and Shooting. Guides and Horses
always ready. Telephone
connections all directions
First Class Accommodation. Terms:
Moderate.
8. KIRBY, Proprietor
QUILCHENA, B. 0.
M. J. HENRY'S
Nurseries and Seedhouses
tmmpWmAii HOME CROWN Fruit
.nd Ornamental Treea no* matured for
>h�� full trade
N" vspfiiMt, Ihhh or delay of fumigt
min or iw.|.awrinii.
Hotrumttato htr tS/rttt Cn����t gruwn
(Krdni, Kmld mid Fluwrr Si-win Id
tttauu,
RKK SUPPLIES. Hyrtj Pumn��,
V, (ml,- Oil S,i��|i, (ir...ntioiiH.- PiDiita, Cut
Fl. ��m, Rullm fnr fill |ilmilnn.
Wm do txiHint'MN mi our <>��ri ((rounds���
no r��-tit to \,.j mid ire prv^nrod to ment
��H cnnipaiiiinii.
L-t mn iirii'.. ymir Yttt, hefnre plkcio|
ynur order.   CnUloguv Free.
M. i. IIKNUY.
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1898   1906
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Rev W. J SirrKitix, B, A.. B.D.
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A complete cimmerml and buiinese
course. Studentn prepsted to gain tench
ers certificates nf til gndes. In um>er
any work �� full oourse for the B. A. de
gree ol Toronto Uni��ersity.
Instruction given io Hgsi% Art, Phyi
csl Culture tnd Elocution.
8��nd fur Ctlendtr. THE  NICOLA  HFRALD
COAL IS KING
The Nicola Valley
Coal and Coi\e
Company, Limited
have commenced active coal mining operations
on their property at Coutlee, in the Nicola Valley. The directors are well known in British
Columbia, and their names and reputation offer
a guarantee for the stability of the investment,
and the successful management thereof.
A limited number of shares are offered for
sale at par.
The stock books are now open at the office
of the company in the Imperial Block, corner of
Pender and Seymour streets.
See the prospectus for fuller particulars of
the enterprise.
App icHtion for shares may be made to the
the Haad Office, Vancouver, or to
S. J. CASTLEMAN
General Agent lor the Company
ROOM 21, IMPERIAL BLOCK
TELkWIiONE 2886 VANCOUVER, B. C.
60  YEARS'
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[L.S.] JAMES DUNSMUIR,
Lieutenant-Governor.
CANADA.
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
HOWARD the SEVENTH, by the
Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland,
and of the British Dominions Beyond the Seas, King, Defender of
the Faith, Emperor of India.
To all to whom these
come-Greeting.
presents thall
A PROCLAMATION.
STRAYED
���n
ttm J. Fulton, | 1I/HEREAS We
Attorney-General. | ���� are desirous
and resolved, as soon as may be, to meet
White seldin* branded ���v on off side SffAffiflaWt
0 ^ on near side (both rump).    Owner 0ur U.Kjs|ature, We �� ^^kn J"
can have same by paying expenses.       ; 0ur K( ��a, W[|| ;nd p,���* ^ ,
 ^0DWI( K' AipaGreve.     new u.gisiative As8embly of Qur JJ;
%T��mT���� I Hrovl"ct'; and t0 ^rther declare that,
NOTICE. ! bY thc advice ��f Our Executive Council
Notice is hereby given that sixty days | l.HIl'1?^ulJlni,!ia' ,We i?avt'..t.his <ty' I
from date I
commissioner
permission to purchase 160 acres of
mountain pasture land situated about 8
miles from Nicola, described as fallows
commencing at a post marked J. C. jr.,
N W corner, thence east 4U chains, thence
south 40 chains, thence west 40 chains,
thence north 40 chains to point of commencement. The initial post of land
applied for lies about one mile \v of M.
Aaams N vv corner post.
J. Clapperton, Jr.,
Locator.
Sept. 1,1th, Ml      R. H. Winny, Agt.
intendtoapplytothechief,5ivc?ordeJsfor11i.MU'ng0ur Writs in
r of lands and works for d4ue forlT' T^alllnK,�� new Legislative
Notice is her by given that 30 days
after daie I intend Ui apply to theChief
Commission r of Lands and Works for
a licence to cut and carry uway timber
from ihe following described lands, sit-
uai ilin th' Vale district of Briiish Columbia; Im.Huii'IK' at a posi marked R.
B. Smith imnli- wst corner, adjoining
Chailos Sii tlin^'ssouth-wesicorner and
about u:ie hull'mile east of the Cold-
wa'er river, tli.'nce south 80 chains
thenee easl #1 chiins, thence north SO
chains, I li nee west Ml chains to point
of eomin'ni'em.'nt.
Dated November 17th, 1906.
R. II. Smith, Locator.
\"IICK.
Notice is h reby liven that 30 days
afler date I Intend to apply to theChiel
Commissioner of Lands and Works for
a licensj to Mt and c irry away timber
from lhe following described lands situated in the Yale District of British Columbia, commencing at a post marked R.
B. Smith, north-west corner, adjoining
Charles Sterling's south-west corner and
about one half mile east of the Cold-
water river, thence south 80 chains
thence east 80 chains, thence north 80
ehains, thence west 80 chains to point
of commencement.
Dated November 17th, 1000.
It. B. Smith, Locator.
Assembly of Our said Province, which
Writs are to bear date the twenty-
fourth day of December, 1906, and to
be made returnable on or before the
second day of March, one thousand nine
hundred and seven.
In Testimony Whereof, We have
caused these Our Letters to be
made Patent, and the Great Seal
of the said Province to be hereunto allixed:
Witness, the Honourable James
Dunsmuir, Lieut-nant-Governor
of Our said Province of British
Columbia, in Our City of Victoria,
in Our said Province, this twenty-
fourth diy of December, in the
year of Our Lord One thousand
nine hundred and six, and in the
sixth year of Our Reign.
By Command.
FRED. J, FULTON,
Provincial Secretary.
Our Legislature:
NOW KNOW YE that for divert
causes and considerations, and taking
into consideration the ease and convenience of Our lovine subjects, We have
thought tit, by and with the advice of
Our Executive Council of the Province
of British Columbia, to hereby convoke,
and by these presents enjoin you, and
each of ytu, that on Thursday, the seventh dav of March, one thousand nine
hundred and seven, you meet Us in Our
said Legislature or Parliament of Our
said Province, at Our City of Victoria,
FORTHE DISPATCH OF BUSINESS,
to treat, do, act and conclude upon
those things whieh, in Our Legislature
of the Province of British Columbia, by
the Common Council of Our said Province may, by the favour of God, be ordained.
In Testimony Whereof, We have
caused these Our Letters to ba
made Patent and the Great Seal
of British Columbia to be hereunto affixed.
Witness, the Honourable James
Dunsmuir, Lieutenant-Governor
of Our said Province of British
Columbia, in Our City of Victoria,
in Our said Province, this twenty-
fourth day of December, in the
year of Our Lord one thousard
nine hundred and six, and in the
sixth year of Our Reign.
By Command.
FRED. J. FULTON,
Provincial Secretary.
[L.S.]        JAMES DUNSMUIR,
Lieutenant-Governor.
CANADA.
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
EDWARD THE SEVENTH, by the
Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland,
and of the British Dominions Beyond the Bras, King, Defender of
the Faith, Emperor of India.
To Our faithful the Members elected to
serve in the Legislative Assembly
of Our Province of British Columbia, and to all whom it may concern,
-Greeting.
A PROCLAMATION.
Fred. J. Fulton, (U/HEREAS We
Attorney-General. | ft    are desirous
and resolved, as soon as may be, to meet j
Our people of Our Province of British
Columbia, and to have their advice in
[L.S.] JAMES DUNSMUIR,
Lieutenant-Governor.
CANADA.
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
EDWARD the SEVENTH, by tho
Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland,
and of the British Dominions bj-
yond the Ins, King, Defender of
the Faith, Emperor of India.
To the Returning Officer of the Yale
Electoral District:
WE COMMAND YOU that, notice
" of lhe lime and place of Election
being duly given, you do cause Election
to be made according to law of one
Member to serve in the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia forthe Yale
Electoral District, and that you docause
the nomination of Candidates at such
Election to be he.d on lhe lilth day of
January next, and do caus ��� the name of
such member, when so elected, to be
certified to the Deputy Provincial Secretary, at the City of Victoria, on or
before the 2nd day of March, 1907, the
Election >o made, distinctly and openly
under your seal duly endorsed upon this
Our Writ.
In Testimony Whereof, We have
caused these Our Letters to be
niude Patent under the Great Seal
of Our Province of British Columbia.
Witness: The Honourable James
Dunsmuir, at Our Government
House, i his 24th day of December,
A.D. 1906.
By Command.
A.. CAMPBELL REDDIE,
Deputy Provincial Secretary,
,1 �� ������'-���T Z
REAL ESTATE
ttiwrs.' ��� ^^������v,:..!*'.\-K:.\'.\i:.vr.v"
NSURANCE
IT WILL PAY YOU TO INVESTIGATE
TOWN PROPERTY
FOR SALE
List Your Property With Me
A WORD TO THE WISE
Insure Your Live Stock
AGAINST DEATH BY ACCIDENT OR OTHER CAUSES
LOW RATES CLAIMS MET PROMPTLY
G. M, BRASH,       HERALD BLOCK       NICOLA, B. C.
PATRO
YOUR LOCAL PAPER
THE NICOLA HERALD
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
Gives all the news of the Nicola Valley and country
in general.  When you had no local paper you were
all wishing you had one- now that it is here, help it
along and it will help you.
BOOK Ai JOB PRINTING
NEW TYPE! NEW PRESSES !
Let us have your orders for anything in this line
and we will guarantee you work as good as the
best and at fair prices. THE NICOLA HERALD
LOCAL NOTES
W. Adams, of Coutlee, was in Nicola
on Wtanesday.
G. A. Lafferty returned on Thursday
from a visit at Vancouver.
PROCLAMATION.
ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF YALE.
E. Larson, of Aspen Grove,  spent a
few days this week in the Hub.
Joseph Crahame, of Coutlee, was a
visitor to Nicola Monday evening.
J. Shivel retunvd from a trip to Vancouver and Victoria on Thursday.
Thomas Matthews left last week  for
the coast, where he will remain for a I
short time.
Rev. D. K. Allan will prepchrroming
and evi nne in Nicola on Sunday and in
Lower Nice la in the afternoon.
R. Trodden returned to Nicola Sa'ur- I
day evening from New Westminsieraf-
t��r an absence oi I f W months.
J. D. fwanson. the Liberal cand'd:te
for the Kamloops ridine, was at Qu 1-
chena list week on political husin ���ss.
J. M. Crooks, of Portland, Ore., who
is ccrn^c'.fd with the B.C. AmaL imat-
��1 Coal Co., was in Nicola this week.
John Clapperton, of Co'quitz, Victo: -
ia, returned home on Friday morning
af'er a shcrt trip to the Valley, locking
ovtr his interests.
G. B. Armstrong and chi'dren returned from Victoria this week, wheie
Ihey had been spending the Christmas
wi h relativ.s.
Richard Rallison anl David Cook sr-
r',,rd at CoutleT Tuesday from Fra. k
Alta., and will be employed at the coal
m nss at the Forks.
A convention will b�� held in Nicola cn
F';day,  11th.  forthe purpose of selei
in ��� n card'date to contest the Yale i d-
lug in the Liberal interest?.
Pome of our youn? men are seriou ly
H'cing of organizing a i-ocie'v for the j
Irimitation  of amateur then^'ctlu j
The move is a good one; boost it!
To Wit:
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to
the Electors of the Electoral District of Yale, that in obedience to
His Majistv's Writ to me directed, and
bearing date the 24th day of December,
in the year of Our Lord one thousat.d nine
hundred and six, 1 require the presence
of the said Electors at the Government
office, Ashcroft, on the nineteenth day
of January, at 12 o'clock noon, for tkt
purpose oi electing one person to represent them in the Legislature of this
Province.
The mode of nomination of candidates
si ill be as follows:-
The Candidates shall be nominated in
writing, the writing shall be subscribed
by two registered voters of the District I
as | roposer and seconder, nnd by three'
0 her registered voter* of the sa;d District as assini'nir to the nomination,
rd shall b i d 'livered to the Returning
Offioi r Rt any time between the date of
hePnelnnritiim and one p, m. of ths
(ry of lhe nomination, and in the even1
of a poll being nee"ssary such poll will
be open on the second d;iv of Febr larv,
at Afurii, Hone, Yale, Fpouum.Camt
vo. IU,   vnrth |{���.      i',e- r    j .., ,.,
Spences Pridre, Aehrroft, I ower Nicola, Coutl"(>,  Court House N'cola Lake,
A'pen   Grove,   Otter   Lake,    22-mile
House, Mammet La'ce, of which every
perst n is hereby required to take notice
and govern himself aceord;ngly.
GIVEN under my hand at Ashcroft,
the Mh day of January, one thousand nine hundred and seven.
G. M. BRASH,
Returning Officer,
Butcher Business For Sale.
The urd'-rsifni'd offers for sale his
old and well ertaHlrtH lu'cher busi-
IWI in Nieola, P. C, the rai'way ter-
m'rui and htiH of th" Nico'a Valley.
Pnrftiacpr will hnvp the op'ion of buy-
Irm linn sh��pn nnd Ml head of cattle.the
rrnoert'' of the undersigned. This band
trt that p ;s eon ider d i ne of the best in
the upnrr ronntry, and well worthy the
attention of Intending breeders. There
nr - WO n���- �� dne to lamb in April.
Th" hivV1""' nnd proper y in wh;ch
...i.tine.6 i��� iUIuuci.i. can also lie hougn j
oj ^muia-n *.,.. easy terms or may  bej
1 villi.U.
tut lull particular.-, ex., apply
otiiticb fOOLEY,
iMlvAlbA,  B. C.
ALEc u. MAllNlYRE
BaiTistei, Noiarj Public &c.
Uihc ,tl   \uiniiil-ilainr
'IHH'H.���' 0    IhtPlll  "I"   -.       * Ml *l   Ollli-I.
Ktl'l'-n.-f   ll.''.
COLD WEATHER
Calls your attention to
the fact that you want
Robes and Horse
Blankets
and the best place to get them is at
Warwick's
Harness and Saddlery
NICOLA    .
WHY NUT
tEUURE
NOKS     ImJmWB
Always acceptable.     Kasy to Kod
and i pleasure to give.
GIFT BOOKS
JUVKNIUiS
POKTb
ANNUAtS
Clln<i>ivi.i\'.s CLASSICS
MISCELLANEOUS
We have Books for  Everybody at
smiI.. bkOo.
aooksiorc;
Klll|l""|l�� ViTniil
G. HILLIARD
General
Blacksmith
CAREIA3: WMJKjCH WORK
Hiir^^sti.iti.^ i|cnttj id a
fir^t cli^- m ier.    Caw-.
��� Itil 11t<nti<id ��\\,'t\ in this
c ~
virnt.A,
G. M. Prash left for Ashcroft on Monday where he will remain for a few
weeks in connection with the election
for this riding, having been appointed
returning officer.
Alexander McLean, the pioneer sh<e
merchant at Kamloops, died at Kam
loops on Sunday.   He was a native i f
Scotland, and leaves a wife and four
grown up children to mourn his dem'se.
Ji'hn I) Swanson, 15. A.
H    I*..ll.      ii     ,V.i..iy   I'.i'ln
ulHre:   KhI tt ilm' h li. ���  iiKhk "t i �������������-
liiinr. willtli .We of V| t.irm .tree', Kit ���i.l>��i|i��-
Mon.) in I'mii iiii n,'l ��� -I"!'  ���!���. UPlJ.
B. P. Little, manager of the Diamond
Vale Coal & Coke Co.'s pn perty at the
Forks, left on Friday for the ccast on
business i i connection with the insalla-
tion of a large plant at the company's
1 roperty.    	
At the regular meeting of Court Nicola, A. 0. F.,in Pooley's hall on Friday
evening, Ihe installation of officers w.,1
take place. It is expected that Distritt
Chief Ranger Andrew Thonpion, of
Kamloops, will be in attendance. Al'
members are requested to attend.
M. BfcATTlr:
A 30"iini*Hr.��; mi ^ .'ii, liiMir-iMCH
Mftin flftyl - kHinltvtiH
W.J. KERB.
Watchmaker Jeweler
K Oll.noiN  h,��'
\u  k>iHi��  "i   feaftti*-*, ''   *���<�����, .l^wf-lr*
B'o., w,t*\*t m ���   ��� k     ^ hMi \i (ir��*H
Hiii* . >(i nnii\.
\*\la.i   .'tm |. (nil-  f 1.1.   -t|..|t   nntii-
llll    'f Ml< |��Ml    W*    ���   <!''���
NO I ICE,
Thirty days after date I intend to apply ti tne Deputy Coni.nicgioi eroi Lanus
and Works for a license 'o cue and remove limber from the following described land: Commencing at a post marked
"Ri bert Lyall's T. L," located at S.E.
corner of S. Collins' I, L., about one
mile north of Indian Reserve No. 2, in
ihe Nicola Division of Yale Distrct.and
running W. 80 chains, S. 4'l chains, E.
4U chains, S. 80 chains, E. 40 chains, N.
120 chains to point of commencement.
Robert Lyall, Locator.
J. E. Shivix, Agent.
Dated January 9, 1SW7.
WANTED-At the Diamond Vale Coal
& Iron Co., Ltd., after 1st of January,
carpenters, miners and laborers.
Comfort is produced by usirg good
tobacco and tha "shield Brand" pipe
sold by J. A. Scott, tobacconist, Kamloops. 	
We have 25,000 feet of 1x4 and 1x6
suitable for flooring, ceiling and rustic,
piled under cover. Also a large quantity of other building material on hand.
Send your orders while times are slack. I
Nicola Portable Sawmill.
KAMLOOPS,  ASHCROFT,  NICOLA
I   AND    SIMILKAMEEN    MINING
uivTSiU* OF YALE DISTRICT.
Notice is hereby given that all placer
claims legally  held in the Kamloops,
I Ashcroft, Nicola and Similkameen Min-
! ing Division of Yale District will be
laid over until the 1st day o May, itfu.
U. C. lUNSTALL.
Gold Commissioner
Kamloops, Oct. 27th, 11)06,	
-_ ���
MII|CK
j Nniticl. hi- etiv .���iieii lha1 iiii ili)< afifi
ditn | n,|. ii in <i.|il> in tht i hiit ������niiiii.i-
-iiiniTii' 1'in'i-anil *"rk�� fo' teTiiiiniim I.
    h ., 'Ot) ��r,.   it p.. nn- lai.ll. JmiihiiR ���'   i
'Oul'lfiif' - ..  c ��tmita al  M, Ou'l*��f
--k    Nn.  lit   -'imli ni-1   i'nnr   run i't
n Mh     II    ,1.  |i...     Ilici.rn     v.i-1   SO   Hill ii-   I
Ih' m'tsui itll.licmlle. I limine ail.M Mli'hu li- I.   >
unite ��� t 9 I'll''' MifIII.
M. OUl.l.lK 'KD.
A��|iin Uroin. O* "0. I!����l
IHE PEOPLE'S Sll
SEASONABLE
Grapes, Nuts, Raisins, Oranges,
Lemons, and Figs
Lowneys Chocolates
Bon Bons
Huntley & Palmers Biscuits
McLarens Cheese Olives
A. K. CARRItt OTOU,
THE PEOPLE'S STORE
BLAIR Si CO.
-DKALXRH IN-
I
General Merchandise
< outlee, B. C.
DRY GOODS. GROCERIES,
BOO IT* '& SHOES, HARDWARE
FA KM IMPLEMENTS, Etc.
MINERS' SUPPLIES,
REAl   KSTAT"   AM' INSUHANCK AGENT.s.
Resident Agents ln Nicola for the
ROYAL, and LONHON & LANCASHIRE FIRE INSURANOB OO.'S
/
A HAPPY NEW
YEAR TO ALL
N
GOUThEfl HO'l'Kh
CoUTLEE.'H C.
Jos. Riehupds,      -      proprietor
ICOL.A is cn the eve of great development,
and we shall all rnjuy  a  pn^teriHJi New
\ ear; hut to enable us to take advantage
of onr o|i|)urtunilics, we all want MO %. EY;
one way luf yon to make money is to save
it, ami I will offer \on during January the
greatest chance of saving money ever offered in Nirola'    r*H my stock will be on sale during this
month at prices which have been cut at least 20 per
ceiil., some lint-s as much as 3s |>er cent.    Call and
.see the goods biforc purchasing' elsewhere    This is a
)\ genuine sale.    I need the money and Itiofll  lor new
stock shortly to arrive.   Fuller details next week.
Watch my advertisement.
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