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 THE NICOLA
��(js   T^A
Vol. 2.   No. 35.
X^WCJOP^^
NICOLA, B. C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1906.
$2 a Year
ASPEN GROVE ORES
EXTENDED GEOORAPIHCAL
VEY ___j6h NEEDED.
SUR
and it would not be a matter of surprise soon to find that this copper area
can be definitely correlated with the
Nicnla and Ten-Mile Creek areas and
even further in that direction.
The capitalist is eager for reliable
iiitynna.ii.'i) but the system of furnishing ii is necessarily slow, but it will be
improved with the advance of the rail-
Prejudice Against Copper Ciy .jonates.' way and the mineral industry itself.
What They Are.  Corr*l��t_on of 	
Aspen drove With Other .    N.,_ that it is an accepted faet that
| the railroad will reach Aspen Grove
QUILCHENA RACES
AN OLD TIME   ANNUAL EVENT  TO
BE REVIVED.
Oopper Areas.
a\>\}, t
That valuable f deposits of
have been found in the Nicola and
Similkameen districts, and that to a
limited extent the conditions of occurrences-are but imperfectly understood,
admit of little'doubt, s-ys' H. F.
Kvans in the Boundary ("reek Times,
This condition of mining exploration,
however; is not limited to the lielii
under consideration. It is a condition
that belongs to the early stage uf
mineral exploration and it disappears
as soon as an impetus is given to th.
mineral industry by lhe legitimate demands of the trade. Therefore, the
genuine stimulus to the mineral industry is not wild specui u;un or the
gambler's estimate of mining, but ihe
true progress that is due to legitimate
effort which is the result of th? law
that governs supply and demand
From a superficial geological point ol
view British Columbia has been explored and mapped, but from an economic mining point of view the province has only begun its industrial
energy. A portion of the Cascade
region that has hitherto been only referred U* as possessing great poluliti-
alities is the Nicola and Similkameen
districts, which on account of its isolation from the continental railway
system has been compelled to await the
advent of this absolutely necessary
factor in mining exploitation.
Among other valuable mineral deposits in this region known to prospectors, explorers and othefs, are certain deposits of copper which appear to
possess defined stratigraphical relations. These are the copper deposits
of Aspen Grove, those of Five-Mile
and those on Copper and Kennedy
mountains.
There is, I find, a prejudice against
copper carbonates, whether blue or
green, it makes no difference. This
prejudice  is shared  in by  the learned
next year, it is time, we think, that ar-
copper j rallg. tnents were mtt for an extended geological i xi-mlnaikni of this district. Past txufflin___-__. either by
Dominion or Provincial nwiralagists,
have been mostly lupertiial :md have
nut added very much, il a all, tothe
existingknowl.dge of the district, but
have merely verili d data already
known to prapactori and others.
What it, wanted is a geological s.irvey
of the district from an economic
mining point of view, such as has already, in great part, been done in the
Kossland district.
Arrangements are being made, we
understand, for the survey of oth it
districts, and from it-; imponanee and
geological relation lo other parts, we
think the Atpen Grave aiatriet should
not be overlooked. An examination of
this district would lead to a thorough
understanding of the relationship with
one another of the Similkameen, Aspen Grove, Nicnla and Tan-Mite Creek
areas, and lead to a better understanding of the geological history of those
districts.
Ad Others) See Un:     ��� ������
Mr. E. A. Haggon of Rcvelstoke,
formeJiy editor of the Kootenay Mail,
says: In view of the development in
the Nicola district, which is sure to
follow the opening of that country by
the railway now being constructed
(from Spences Bridge to Princeton,
there is considerable demand for land,
coal and other mineral investments,
and I look for great activity, not only
in Nicola mines but in stocks of all
companies undertaking bona fide exploration in that section.
Toacher for Nicoli.
Miss  Robson of New Westminster,
who has aeen appointed teacher for the
Nicola on
Robson   is
scientist from the class room as well as j Nicola school, arrived in
by the rustler from "Khandyohi." ITuesday afternoon. Miss
Copper carbonates are designated by | the first graduate B.A. from Columbia
some engineers as stains, as if the rock College in affiliation with Toronto Uni-
in which they are found is eultus and | versity. She has had considerable ex-
should be shunned by the prospector. ' perience in teaching and comes well
This is only another sample of preju-' recommended. Miss Robson corn-
dice that we meet in the mountains and menc.d her duties at the school ycster-
in great centres of population. Copper I day morning,
carbonates are simply the decomposed ]
material of former sulphides, the re-: Rev. J. P. Bowell, former pastor of
sidual of these. They are secondary j Methodist Church here, will preach on
minerals and result from the decom-' Sunday as follows: Nicola, 11a.m.;
position of thi'  sulphides,   They are | Lower Nicola, 3 and 7:30 p.m.
sometimes  referred  to as stains  and]	
the reference ismadeas if lhe "stains" j j^( ITICE.
were very disgraceful.     The   word;   Hlxty|,���u ������,,,. ���,������, M^ tomhWn���
stain is objectionable as it leads to mis-1 eMtt mmi-lwloner nf lux)- ant w.irk- for par
!
Quilchena Stakes and One  Mile Trot. |
tln��� Race Rec.'ve Oood Entries
Team Chosen for Polo
Match.
| There is every reason to believe that
j the biggest crowd ever brought to-
igether in the valley will be seen at
��� Quilchena on Monday.    An interesting
programme of sports and horse races
has been provided and a large entry
\ for the latter is expected.    The sports
will start in the morning at 10:71 with
��� a polo match between teams from the
j Kamloops and Quilchuia clubs. The
i team to represent Quilcheua will be as
j follows: No. 1, i. F. P. Nash; No. 2,
' W. Hawkins; No. 3, S. Benyon; No. 4,
G. A. Lafferty; Teserve, J, Guichon.
The horse races will start at 2:30, the
first being a quarter-mile Indian race,
followed by the Quilchena stakes over
a half-mile course, the first prize being
fifty dollars, and for which there are
several well known horses entered.
The next is a quarter-mile race for
ponies 14 1-2 hands and under and it is
expected that there will be a good entry for this event. A three-quarter
mile open, with twenty-five dollars for
first prize, should prove a good race,
and the next evfnt on the programme,
l-a one-mile trotfing race, should prove
an intersititig aoi- exciting item. The
two cowboy races will be, as usual, an
exciting event, for which there are sure
to be many entries.
The Rocky Mountain Rangers Band
will be in attendance and its selections
will, no doubt, be thoroughly enjoyed
by those present.
The last day for receiving entries for
the Quilchena stakes and the three-
quarter mile open, is Saturday, and
those intending to enter had better
communicate at once with S. Kirby.
Joseph Guichon, F. W. Jackson and
A. W. Strickland have consented to act
as judges and H. H. Matthews as
starter.
The track is being got into excellent
condition and there is every indication
of some excellent sport being witnessed
on Labor Day at Quilchena.
Ant,^herculosls Society. RAILROAD     ECHOES
A meeting of those interested in the
formation of a  local  anti-tuberculosis ������
society was held at   Pinehurst on   Fri-1
day last.    Dr. Tutill was elected chair- ��** W1LL BUILD 0N T0  A8PBN
man and in a few   words  outlined the OROVE THIS YEAR.
objects of the society as presented by
the provincial health officer Dr. Fagan,
in a public address given in the court,
house about two months ago. These
are: To collect funds for the maintenance of a provincial consumptive sani- i
tarium; to look after the interests of
local consumptives; to establish a
course of lectures on consumption ini,
Another Contract Let.  Camps  Busy.
Construction Pushed Vigorously.-
Railroad News of the Slmll
kameen.
That the  contractors  are  getting a
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_       ,move on  is evident  from   the way
public schools; to ask for a grant from thing8 are hustiing   gt the   varioUP
local authorities towards  the mainten- camps     A iarge number of men carm,
ancefund; to ask  clergymen of  every . up on  Tuesday's train and  helped to
denomination to devote a sermon on one j gwell the already |arg_ number of mt,n
Sunday of every year to health matters, '
conception.    A carbonate is an oxide-
the oxidation product ol a sulphide.    It
is an ore and not a stain.
of course, does not always indicate a
sulphide zone, but its presence on great ���___��-_--
surfaces and throughout an old sedi-1 '""���'--''lw*
mentary formation is  very likely  to |
lead to a  "barysphere" or   sulphide
i.i���iuu ieyur ___-_MeerM_f i___jit_-0 p_us1
In'i'liind.  il'iia't'd  iibont -In  inllr^   -e.i   "f
-Ic , i nn-Hn.i'.initi-J K. HM.fl'i ��.. 11a. in*
, .rrlu-d   h�� foiln->:    i __1_t_Di not ��l  ��  ___
Us presence  mok.il K.H.W . S.H _m_k,  ituwn imnhKii
hint-, theneeeHit. KOrh.in*. tktnot ���__lb H
liKin.. thenc. wtitt H_h_l_ . to point of torn-
LOCAL NOTES
"Doings" at Quilchena  on   Monday.
the collections to go towards the maintenance of the sanitarium; and generally to educate the people as to the
methods to be used to prevent contagion.
The meeting resolved to form a local
anti-tuberculosis society on the above
plans, and after some remarks by Dr.
Sargent and others, the following
officers were elected: President, Mrs.
Tutill; vice president, Mrs. Wright;
sec.-trens., Mrs. Pooley; committee,
Mrs. Allan, Mrs. Barwick, Mrs. Brant,
Mrs. Howse, Mrs. F. Howse, Mrs.
Strickland, Dr. Sargent and Dr.
Tutill,
It was agreed to hold the next meeting at the residence of Mrs. F. Howse,
on Friday,   Sept. 14,  at 3:30 p.m.   A
engaged in construction. From the
progress made in the last two weeks it
is obvious that the contractors are
pushing construction as fast as men can
possibly do it, and steel laying may be
expected to commence in the very near
future.
A visit to the various camps gives an
insight into the manner in which construction is being pushed vigorously
along and shows that an earnest en
deavor is being made to have this portion of the line completed by November.
While C.P.R. officials are reticent as
to future movements, it may be accepted for a fact that the railroad will
reach Aspen Grove early next year. A
further eight miles of construction has
been let which would bring the road to
hearty vote of thanks to Mn. Howie I Q_jJ___tnai and the surveyors' are busy
for her genial hospitality concluded the
proceedings.
on the location line between that point
and Aspen Grove. While some difficulty
is iieing  found in  obtaining  an  easy
grade between  Quilchena  and  Aspen
.. ,  .,   [ Grove, there is every reason to believe
No person  can  export  out  of  the    , ... .   ,
... ������._...��� .   ...    .. .    ,  I that a  line for a  comparatively  easy
limits of British Columbia any animals j      _,.   .    .��� u   t     j     L. ,.     .,.
Synopsis of Game Act.
or birds mentioned in the Game Act,
other than the holder of a game
licence.
Trout must not be taken under (!
inches in length. The use of salmon
roe for trout fishing is unlawful.
The close season for trout is from
November 14th to March 24th.
Deer must not be  hunted with  dogs
gradient will be found which will not
prove too expensive for the permanent
\ way and rolling stock and will be of comparatively easy construction.
The contract of eight miles which has
been let is mainly rock cutting and the
work on this section will be prosecuted
vigorously this winter.
Grading is practically finished from
Midway to Keremeos.    Large quanti-
at any time.   It is illegal to sell deer on i    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
Vancouver Island at any  time,   Buck | _ies of mater,al ��e reaching Midway
deer may be sold on the mainland from
Sept. 1st to Nov. 15th.
The  sale of  all kinds of  grouse is |
prohibited. ^t^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
m.     , . _      ., ii     _, low pass over Hope Mountain.
The close season for cariboo,  elk and r *
moose, is from Jan.   1st to  Aug. 31st.
! for use in the  section to Princeton.
Cniisignments of steel rails are at Port
I Guichon for use on the Cloverdale end.
I The engineers are  still hunting for a
G. V. Czowski of Loss,  Maedonell &
Co., was in Nicola this week.
Thus. Hunter and Mrs. Hunter were
visitors to Qnilihena on Sunday.
Dr. Ker ol ihe C.l'.R.   hospital, was
visiting in Nicol.i this week.
!. . I...i row "i' . u i.i a rig, but ga. I"
Quilchena on Monday. You will be
sorry if you don't.
11, II. WINNY.
NOTICE.
__, , o,_���*^-���.,i,,'nai ._, I    Any person found in pursuit of game
zone, assuming that stratig aph.caIre-1 m g��rj- ���f ^ ^^ EsKtate>
lations have not been greatly  faulted,   wjtho'ut permission of the undersigned,
interrupted or entirely destroyed,  or . will he prosecuted.
unless the sediments are mere roots in Harold Matthews, Lessee.
the first place, resting on granite or | Ml..1 T PIT1
older igneous rocks. JN U i lUHi.        ,
A good deal of preliminary work has     Tn all whom it may concern:   On and
been done in the Aspen Grove area and after Sept. 1 I  will take   from Clap-
���      .���   . ������^io m,���_, mn,u perton Creek, having the  second re-
as investigation proceeds much more ����� .^^  ^ ��1 ^      mme ^
definite information as to the occur-1 [ess> what water i require for irriga-
rence of copper in this district becomes . tion.   I will release water on Sept. 11.
available to explorers and capitalists I M. P. Stewart.
Sec our new hue of Imperial Linen-
ette papal and envelopes. Hkkalii
Office.
J.   Bright,   the  contractor,   was  a
visitor to Nicola yesterday.
Bert  Goddisson  of Coutlee,   was   a
visitor to Nicola yesterday.
Rev. D. K. Allan and W. Munro had
I a day's fishing this week at the other!
end of the lake and had a splendid
j catch.
Cow moose, ewe sheep, cow cariboo,
fawn deer, calf moose, calf cariboo and
lamb mountain sheep, cannot be killed
at any time.
The close season for deer, mountain
sheep and mountain goat, is from December 15ih to August 31st.
The close season for duck of all kinds,
including snipe, is from March 1st to
August 31st. North of the 55th parallel of latitude it is unlawful to shoot
duck of any kind or grouse, including
ptarmigan, from March 30th to Sept.
15th.
The close  se;:son   for grouse  of
kinds is   from  Jan.   1st to Aug. 31st.
English partridges, quail and pheasants
cannot be killed at any time.
It is, however, usual for the government to allow cock pheasant shooting
on the mainland from Oct. loth to Dec.
15th, and quail and cock pheasant
shooting on Vancouver Island from
Oct. 1st to Dec. 31st in each year.
(lame cannot  be put in cold storage
j at any time.
Beaver cannot be killed for six years
] from Aug. 1. 1905.
London to Hong Kong ln Thirty Days
Frank S. Findley of Vancouver, is
spending a few days in Nicola this
week.
An important arrangement for the
rapid delivery of the British, China and
Japan mails has just been made by the
Imperial postal authorities with the
Canadian Pacific Railway, whereby the
mails will be handled by this one company for a distance of over 12,000
miles.
A special fast mail train, consisting
of the necessary mail and baggage ear
accommodation, and from two to four
sleeping cars and a dining car for
,| through passengers, will be run across
Canada from Quebec to Vancouver in
H3 hours. This train will make only a
few stops at the chief stations en
route. Similar arrangements will be
made for mails and through passengers
east bound.
The first west-bound service will be
as follows:
Leave Liverpool R.M.S. Empress of
Ireland, Aug. 24.
Leave Qnebec  on arrival   of steam
ship, Aug. 31.
Arrive Vancouver Sept. 4.
Leave Vancouver R.M.S. Empress of
B. B. Moore, late of Nicola, and now China' ^P1- 4-
of Victoria,   was on a  visit to his nep- '���    Arrive Hong Kong Sept. 21.
hew at Beaver Ranch this week. Thus, in less than one month the
                  .mails will  be delivered from  Great
W. Moore and wife of Victoria, and Britain to China and vice versa. This
Mr. Whittaker, were visitors to Beaver is a most important saving to the
Ranch this week. I empire. THE  NICOLA  HERALD
THE NICOLA HERALD
Published Every Thursday
Subscription is Advance. $2 a Year
Nicou B.C. Auuist_0 KM
J he shooting season  commences on   Saturday and  no
doubt   full   advantage of the
fact will be taken by   the resident1- in and around   this district    To experienced hunters
no word  of advice is   needed,
but to others a timely word of
warning  is required as to the
use of fire   arms in   the field.
Every year during the shooting season, there is the usual
number  of accidents due  to
the carelessness of novices and
others who should know better.
The    carrying    of fireaims,
loaded, is to   be deprecated at
tny time, though sometimes it
is both necessary and convenient.     At this   time of the
year, however,  when the first
sporting    enthusiasm   of the
hunting season entices out all
who   think   they   can   shoot,
special care  should   be exercised.     In a country   where
there is much brush   or where
there are   many fences to go
through,   the gun   should always be carried unloaded, yet,
how seldom is this done.    An
experienced   shot    in   such a
country, sees   that his  gun is
unloaded   before he attempts
to climb through a fence,   but
the average man looks on this
as a matter of small   moment,
and only looks, perhaps, to see
that his gun is not cocked.   In
the manner of handling a gun
too when climbing  through a
fence, one can always   tell the
experienced   man    from   the
novice,   and   numerous   accidents are directly traceable to
the want of care shown in this
matter.     In hunting  with  a
magazine rifle   or with   some
varieties  of  the   single shot
rifle in   which the action   of
loading cocks the hammer, due
care should   be  taken   to see
that the   hammer is   brought
down   at   least   to   half-cock
/.hen travelling   through  tin.
ier or brush.     As a matter ol
fact, the  experienced   hunter,
ilways the most careful,   sees
to    this    automatically,  and
'hose   hunters   who have had
'ittlf' or no experience,  wonld
io well t< emulate his example
:tnd pay attention  to these details which mean so much     It
is not only the danger to one-
f__f that   has to be regarded,
but also   that to   one's   companions.     A very   little care
and   ordinary   caution   would
obviate quite   a   host   of  regrettable accidents that occur
every year, and anyone doing
this can be satisfied   that he is
not making  himself a menace
'n others near him.
Quilchena Polo Club.
A meeting of the Quilchena Polo
Club was held at Quilchena this week,
Joseph Guichon, president, in the chair.
The secretary, G. A. Lafferty, intimated that he was in receipt of a communication from J. B. Greaves, Douglas Lake, enclosing a cheque for the
benefit of the club. A vote of thanks
was tendered to Mr. Greaves for his
kind donation and also a vote of thanks
to Joseph Guichon for the use of his
|_U for practice and for the work,
which he had done on it gratuitously.
It was intimated that S. Kirby had j
presented a cup for the polo match,
Kamloops vs. Quilchena, and a vote of
thanks was  tendered  him for his gift.
G. A. Lafferty  was appointed  cap-1
tain of the club.    At the  close  of the j
meeting a membership list was drawn
up,   with the result  that  at  present I
there are fifteen members.    The mem
bership fee is one dollar and those de-.
sirous of becoming members may do so
by communicating with the secretary
treasurer, G. A. Lafferty, Nicola.
NOTICE.
Notice in hereby given thtt CO riayu afterdate
I intend to apply to the chief conn-Ueioner of
land* aud works for permission to porch-we CM I
arrt'i-nf mountain pasture land. situated on
Shinier Creek, about" mile- north of Nicola
Lake, commencing al a po-t m.ir-cd K.B.T., ,
H.w. comer, thenoe -ant M chains thence north
-Ochai_>.; thence went SKI chain*, thence south |
HO chains to point of commem ement.
KIXJAIt B. TINGLEY,
August,, IM*;. Locatcr!
NOTICE.
Notice in her-hv _i\i n tha; flulayi afict date
I  inlend to apply to the Hun. tin1 onicf emit
_WM of landn and work" (or I criiussiun to
to purchase Sll acre- of mountain paslnre land
t'liiiiiiicnrinif itt a post  tnitrki'il   U',11..  n.w.
corner, thetre ei.st __ chains, tlntice south ten
chain-  more or taw. to Kisli  l__k* margin.
______ -e- along lake shore to lot  l.di and
along liiiiindary line nf said l.tf lo __ __n_H of
l.nt ii���. thence north In Initial ���_���_.
W. MA-KINS.
Nicola. Aug. _,____.
METROPOLITAN
MEAT MARKET
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork
and Sauvsage
Ordurs throughout the Diatrict receive careful attention and prompt   delivery
J AMI;.   POOLEY ���        ...      Proprietor
:s._   t iA55_lT-i:.i; r __i
ITOTICE.
A sitting of the County Court of Yale,
will be held in the Ohm. House, Nicola,
B. C, on
Monday, Oct. 29, 1906
at 10 a. m.
Geo. Murray,
C. C. Ittgistrar.
NOTICE.
Notice In hereby given that sixty days after
date I intend to apply to the chief commix
sioner of landn and works fur permission to
purchase 120 acres of pasture land in the
Nirola Di.isinn of Y��le District, situated as
follows: Commencing at a Hake at the H.K.
comer of Lot 71J, thence west ill chains, thoncu
soulh 20chains, thence east 10chains, thence
south 40chains, theme east lOchains, ihen.e
north M chains, thenee east _u chains, thenoe
north 20 chains, containing l-ii acres.
Nirola, Aug. 28,190S. M. I. OOKBKT..
NOTICE.
Nitiii'i- hereby l_.__.-_l Kl days nf'er
il.ttel intend to'ipply hi ib" mint r-ommis-
siiincrti' lt.ndxi.iul mr__ Iot pernii-'in t _q
mr_-_____ acres of iumin'.ti'i pasture land
-eierita-4 ta foll'iw-:    fine n.in^al a pnst .
maiked .1 II.H. .w, ".i.t-r. ilici.ee nort't . 11
ohains; Ihence east M chain-; themc south M
ehaiii-. thence west Webaini to Initial p.st.
The ahove l��nd ix situated on Ten Mile Creek,
eaxi uf Nicnla, Hnioti.t roati, and of 1. Mtt
chelix application to purchase
JOHN II, BYRNE.
Nicola. July __, I'M.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that within  sixty i
days after date 1 Intend to  apply to  tne j
chief commissioner of lands and works for per-1
mixxlon to onrohase ltd acres of pasture land
situated ax follows:  Commencing at the it. E,
corner 1 ,m 11127. thence wext 40 chains, thence
imri h 40 chains, I hence east 40 chains, thence
-iiiith ill chains to point of commencement.
May II, IM WILLIAM CHI-HOLM.
NOTICE.
Notice ix hereby given that within 80 days
from dale I inlend making application tothe
hon.chief comniis-iiinerof lands and works f .r
p_im__.0- I" purchase 320 tarn of pasture
ltnd adjoining Lot 1085on west sirtc.conimen
cing at a po-t marked A. It 0., s.w.corner,
thenae wesi X0chalni. Ihence u nrlh 40 chains,
thenceeast WI chains, thence south 40 chains,
lo point nf corimcnccment.
June 19, I'M. A. K. Godwin.
NUI'ICE
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that, sixty days after
date I intend to apply to the chief commissioner of latda and works for leave to purchase the following lam!. In .nc forty acres nf
mountain pasture land, commencing at a post
placed nt tbe H.W, corner of IM 1216, thence
south 20 chainx. thenceeast 20 chains, thence
north 20 chains, thence west 20 chains to point
of commencement.
DAVID DODIHNO.
Lower Mcola, Aug. 2S. I'JOli.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that sixty dayx after
dale I intend to apply to the chief i ononis
sioner of lands and  works for  pyrmissinn   to
furcha-e Sii acres of pasture land  sll listed on
'Ike- Mountain. Yale llistrict, -OtBmenclng at
apoxtplaced on the southern  line  of O.N.
Parkin.' preemption, thence 10 chains   west, ,
thenoe 21) chains south, thenee 40 chainx east.'
thence'--chains north to point of ���______���_��
ment.
Aug. K, 1.0(1. II AHVliY K. HALL
Notice is hereby given thit, sixty days niter
dtte I intend lo anil) to tho Chief Commissioner ef Land- and Wot k- for permission to
purchase 100 sere- of itioiiiitn:ii pasture land,
situtte.l about atgttt miles northwes'. of
Nicola, des.Tined a- follows: .Commencing nt,
a po-t marked J. P., S.W, corner, placed tit
H.K. corner r_ H. UrqnMlt'* pre .option;
thenee north ill chains; thenc. ea-t. 40 chains;
thence south 111. hn ins: ihence west, 10 chains
to point of commencement.
Nicola, July l(i, .Ml. ____.__. POOLIT,
8TEw_) nT'S
NICOLA AND PRINCETON
s
ID. ____.
li
NOTICE.
No'ice is hereby given that sixty tiny- after
date I intend to apply tothe Chief i unions
sioner nf Lands and Works for leave tn pur-!
cba-e the follow ing land, heitig IK. acres, moie
or lex, ('umtecnelng at. a post planted at lhe
N CV. corner of Lot Hit KDof YD. thenee wesi
HO chains, thenee south Sll chains, thenee east
HI chains, thence north It) chains, thcuco east
In chains, thence nortli l'i chain, to point, of
commencement.
BARCLAY BONTHRCK.-.
Pur Cl.. _*____,______.
Lower Nicola, Aug. IT, 1900.
nlso  General  Livery
Head Office:     -     -     -     Nicola Lake, B. C.
STAGES
Leave Spences Bridge
Every   Thursday tor Nicola Lak-,  Kamloops,
Princeton and way points at 6 a. m.
I.very Saturday for Nicola and way points at 6 a.m.
Leave Kamloops
Every Monday (or Nicola and Spences -.ridge
at 6 a. m.
Leave Princeton
Every  Sunday  6 a. in., arriving Spences
Bridge Tuesday 6 p.m.
Leave Nicola
Every Tuesday and Friday for   Spences
Bridge at 6 a. ni.
Every Friday for Princeton at 6 ft. m.
Special trips made by appointment.
Telephone connection with Kamloops
M. P. STEWART,    - Proprietor
HARDIMAN & CO.
Land Mining and Oeneral Supply Acts
l nn-   -
Mining contrnilor ,'finn machinery, buggies,
eiillcrr, slci_li-..'.-. bend for oiir h-i of farm
and mining prnpertiea. Keportson mining nro-
periies through the Di-nicr. Cable addreal
"Aiiruin." Cistts: Hioo.ltall, Horemg .V Neal,
A. R.C. lib.
Warehouse -Cinfiiri!. Nicola Taller, II. ('.
NICOLA
NOTICE,
NO 1 ICE.
No'ice is liereby given tlutsl.tT days afler
datel intend to apply to Ihe Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for leave to pur
chase the following mountain p'lsinre. Con
meniing at a post planted In tbe vicinity of
N li. corner pnst of Lot UU Kamlonps Uivlx-
ion nf Yale District, thenee wesi in chalni,
thence north 411 chains, tlieie-e east III chains,
thece south P'lhains to point W conimeni"
ment.
JOHN' ��. IIKLLIWELL.
PerC. L, Kli'k. -_-_!
L_nra.y_._-, Aug. 17. woo.
NOTICE.
Notice it, hereby given lhat thirty dnjs after
data I intend to apply to the Hon. tho 'hief
commissioner of landa aad works fora llcenaa
to proapeot for coal on tha following de_rlbad
landa, vi/: NO-htwaal qnMlar Haat-Oi U,
TownahlpH.
Nicola, .! u',) W, Ml ft - ��� 'I I rW�� 1 Al|f ��� ll!' W*
N'otii lis herebv given that thirty days after
li.ile I iiirtnl to ;,nply tothe Chief Ctiinmi-.
sioner of Land, and Works for a permit tn cut
I and remove timber from the following ties    11, _
cribed Intel   of land:   lleginiiing at  apostatl
lhe  N.K. corner of I_)t  WI, in  the  Nicola!
j Mining Dtri .flonf Yalo, ihence east SO chains.
thence siniiii HI) 1 hains. thenee westM) chains, |
thciiccin.rtl. so chain-to pointof 1 lOOI-MBI 1
mem,
Aug. 10, i:�� ii. It. 11. Sll nn.
WM, RILEY
General Blacksmith
1 Shoeing a specialty.
NICOLA l.AKH, Ii 1
cuius. 01 nu n
A. It. I'. Se. London.
PORTABLE STEAM
SAVmiLL���
la |irc|>ired tn take contracts fur
sawing lumber and getting out
timher.
l-.'iii'l-iil >?iil 4 (iiilniit- l:\.Mill<'.1
PRICE. MflDKKATK
I'm ties -ishing  wn-k can  have same
promptly attended to by applying tu
J, A. Ml'../.IKS,
Lower Nicula
I
NOTICE.
Nol ice l-i hereby given that, thirty days after
tlate I Intend to apply I" the Chief Cominix-
xinnerni Landx and Works for a permit, to rut j
and  remove timber fioiii  thefolhwiug des- '
, lilicii inn ! of land:   Heglntiing at a  post, at
.the N.K. corner of Lot I'.'iH In the Nicola
Mining Hi- i-ion of Yale, thence eaat Si) chains,
liii'iice south Wt chains, thenee we-t sncbitin-,
thence north Hi chains In point of  _omn__<_
! ment, cm lading, therefinm. howeaer, all thai
on .tin portion of IM ���-'.', lying within said
boundaries.
It. H.SMITH.
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER    i. j. barwiok, A|*_t, Nieoi.
Kamloops, H. C.
aaaays _e_ aaalpaa  & Ores. Coat aad Ia
du-trial prwluclx
samples  l,v  mail or -tage RKtt.e pt-nipt
attention.
Fresh Fruit
Arrives every week.    Secure your Fruit now.
Orders promptly filled.
BESTOF EVERYTHING ON THE MARKET
TOIt-.-O.  Ml; .UK AM.  ( l<; A ItS. (OM >.( IIOM It..
I. I'.ll IMU_K_.
,1  fl  I Ffll-ARIl BILLIARDS AND POOL
Ui     Ua      LLUIlflllU    Kverything New and    lirst Class
WATCH REPAIRING
.til kinda ��� 1 Wcch, Cl, ek
and ,lf��elrj rn airs dnnt m
tii at rlits- ' rder and sali-ln-
tion t;:i .Mtntt-ctl. Ad \u 11
Mtrattl-   ur care ��ill he
ciuppiiii,1 riid returned ��Iti>-
tut tld.v
w. .1. Mmnu a vo���
C. P. It. Time In-peelors. K tmloopa
ASK YOUB DEALER FOR
"Kurtz's Own"
"Kurtz's Pioneers"
"Spanish Blossoms"
JACKSON &EARLE
BUILDERS AND
CONTRACTORS
Country Work a Spectalty
-rite for K.tlmatc nn all Kinds of Work
1'. li, lim Wt KAMI.IOI'K  B.0
UNION MADE CIGARS
KDhTZ'S PIONEER CIGAR FACTCRY
118 Cordova St. W.
VANCOUVER B. C.
W. J. KERR
Watchmakerjeweler
KAMLOOPS, B.C.
All kinds if  Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
etc.. kept in stuck.   Wedding presents 1 specialty.
First class repairs done on short imtice
and returned at ence.
Subscribe fc The I lerald. THE   NICOLA   HIiRM.D
THE BEEF INQUIRY
FOUR WESTERN PROVINCl'S WILL
LOOK INTO _____ !uA.
Price of   Kent  to  C-W.imai    Uitwor-
ranted   Rumors of an Alio-'
bine   Rigid Inrjuii y to Ha
Made.
i      been appro
iV'V nil".' nl in __  proi In i of Alberta
in connection with a propt   d
ui i i.< four province! of Alber     I i
i  Manitoba ��� id th ��� de-
.   in the  pro-
nemt d moT_.ni
,1:1 of the gt In tin
���-v. ii: of concurr in ie the ...
tel by tht    . . i.tthe
pnovince will be Mr. P. M. Logan, li.
S.W.,   liv i o '   '  ....   in�� of the
ptbvincial govemm int. ���  Mr.   La
who eanie to \ i.toria i
r t iry of  th ��� li._a.o_k   ;cs t ia-
lion of th.'piovi;. to hii
i'ii.iii',;t->n with  the Hi
men; al 0   iwa, and li i graduate of
th ��� A ricoltural Coll        ���   '
Oht, and hii four yean  rtudy i d
. [ chemiatry bj d b
___u_j prove useful in th..- unitary
pointl of this in v .
<.;' th.   i
���o -rill in al] |, h : held at
the leyeral eapitali oi
concerned though tht ci which
tno_t stock i.i handled will presumably
be the main points of Int
The commission if  d
for the lirst time at C
to arrange preliminaries,  formu
pro ramme and d< fine tl e scope a
Investigation,    In an I < erview with
Ur. Logan it in
queition on mow
ment originated with the Hon. Ur.
Finiiiy, miniiter o Iture, of Ai-
i.( ua, the giat ut   win
recently fully expreei ti at -Vii-ii
Ur. Finlay i  p it Al
berta and OH a.s-
, I., i d of thu co-operation of the Uanitoba government on a queition which
affects thu ctMumer of meat in
I .    irn Canada.
Ur. Ftutay bavin | ��� cured tke cooperation of the Uanitoba govern-
in nt, will now, in company with
i ten from the governments of
Saskatchewan aad Uanitoba, wait on
the government of Britiih Columbia
anil ask to.' its co-o|
Thii is found iicct:; ary owing to the
i.  . thai i eoniidi ra nouiM ��� t the
buef induitry fro a   i i i arrii d
on in British Columbia.
The proposed commission will be computed of a commissioner irom Uanitoba,
Saskatchewan, Alberta and Britiih
Columbia, The commisiion will sit in
each province and take iworn testimony. The chairman will be, while in
ti. i different province -, the commit
���toner born tbe particular province in
which the commission is sitting.
Ur. Plnlay il tb d th it he believed
such a sworn inquiry would brio
light considerable  evidence of an il
.. ting Datura, which would, o to
there was a< tn in
bei.' industry in Western Canada.
't he commttaion, while having much
power to deal with tbe queition, may
have to  goto   the   Dominion   govern-
meal ta have the law changed on ear.
t.ti'i   points.      With   all   tlie  We
government! co-operating, Mr. Finlay
stated he thought that the Decenary
amendments could be secured which
would give the local governments more
seupe in public investi,.aliens. At the
priseiit time local government! can
oniy proceed wider the criminal code.
"There is something radically wrong at
present with the beef question," declared Mr. Finlay, "and we want to
tind out exactly what it is, and we will
leave no stone unturned to do so."
"There must be something wrong
when a rancher like Mr. Pat Burns
boasts that he will pui certain people
out of business if certain conditions are
not lived up to. Not only did he boast
that he would do it, but he has actually
put a numbor out of business."
Mr.  Finlay  gav.   it as  his  l
���h amove comtitateda combine whi.ih was injurious to trade and
v, hicli should be put down with no un-
certain band.
Mr. Finlay  stated that   the
I pried of beef to the consumer  was  in
��� lea unwarranted. The price
paid   for cattle  ��� I in- foot   I
��� ���!��� w the le;" [mate value, and
the producer  sufl'ered  in WWWWtftt nee,
Mr. Finlay stated lha' in his opinion,
Maiiiti b !y   interested ,i, iii.
lie r question, ai atonaidanble num-
n    - ho were
,   Me 'al m thodi to
f ir thtir Mat
a th mo]   of th
.'',''.  I il ;
of ih' b i, with a view
bow ci
with a vii w  to  previ nl.in .   pr
which, to say the least, are injurious
to the la ef cattle induitry and hurtful
to the producer and consumer and permanently injuring the beef cattle te-
i Canada for the
benefit of a few. With the h arty CO-
n of the differ nt  loci 1 govern-
; nd with the help of th ��� Dominion governm nl when necessary, thi
beef cattle induitry can bo placed on i
much lirmer  footing,   which will be a
��� i. t  iiie producer and eon-
luroar.
IT as lhe Alberta  gov
iiconc rued, full powers, ai far as is
i r tiie provincial laws,
will be      ited tothe commission,r to
hold the fullest Inquiry into the con-
o_ the beef cattle Induti
��� '���    ���      '������!::��� \\ . i.ia."
In conclusion, Mr. Finlay stated that
if Britiih ('o'.iini')ia cons, iited to be a
party to the  0 af ,   the  commis
sion would convene almoal at once, but
that it  would tal t al   1Bait a month to
draw up plane and put up th
sary evidence In ihapeto be pli
fore the conimissioners.
THE PLAC3 TO BUY YODR
SKOKINa 300DS IS AT
J. A. SCOTT'S
CICAR& TOBACCO STORE
KAHUM.
I  I ..ti.ir'cil f'i-Hr-.
.   .  I.,   i.. -t -in.kiiiif lobs . ti li .etl
I it,,;��� in ii,I enj")' a'i ii'-l -Hinei.f Hilli.r.ls.
'���',,ii 1.1
i. i    i...'in Irj -. ci, \,
IIOTI'IA
K.MLOOPH H11TRK, I'. II-r .1. pn
i. -t .|.m'v  f -Vlntf,
J I li'     tit I     ,   If   l   NIC i 0
���
M.I 111.
a'- I'VilKl'* !(���
"i      'I _M
if)I)    i o. .       (. ������  1
.
- Ltii|4�� '��� 1 n.inr.
������'ij.
A' ���'- v !;"  I i ��� nv i h ;,i
'.rv u,  \.l  ,' ft,   Ti,,
bit. fa  . ti.   Hul <iih wild "Mir i" 'M -
i ii     i  - - :. ���   ;   ..'I ir.tiii-.   J-._i_j.o_. __. I'i'k.. r.
,li.   llffU,
Mo��> til IIk��
ROCKFORD HOUSE
Ron  Boon, Pn pfi_.ur
W  i 'i  tic. Iii ii  tin- Nicol i mud
��� ' .i.v.MiUMit pUiv  |tif trtttj, |.,  It
t.'c " ilitlull.
i
ill I'll
Grain cutting is  now in   full  swing
and what   appear! to be   a banner crop
v.iil   be all  cut in  the  valley  in the
of i tew days.
Unequalled as a
Saiiiiiicr Resort
Good Fishing and Shooting. Guides and i torses
always ready. I i .r|>lmne
connections all directions
First I lass   Accommodation.     Terms:
Mntlrr.it".
S. KIRBY, Proprietor
(Hlirilli'-A,!!. C.
-THE-
3ank of Montreal
Capital all paid up, $14,400,000 Rest, $10,000,000
Balance Profit and Loss Account, $801,85�� I1
Total .ts.cts        ....        $158,232,409.51
HONORARY PRESIDENT:
Rt  Hon. Lord Strut lieoria and Mount Royal, 0. C. M. 0.
PRESIDENT. -        ��� Sir Geo. A. Drummond. K. C. M 0
I-OE-PRE .IDENT AND OENERAL MANAGER.    ���   E S CL0U8T0N
Head Office   Montreal
SAVINGS BANK DEPABTMBNT
Deposits received from   $1.00  and  upwards.     Interest
credi.ed twice a year.
Withdrawals without delay
Banking Business of every description
Undertaken.
BANKING BY MAIL
Deposits may lie male and withdrawn by mail.     Out of
town accounts receive every attention.
-_vrToo___jt___. Bn_\:_sroi__
A. W. STRICKLAND,
Manager.
BIG PRIZE MONEY
NOTICE.
Any person fouml in  pursuit of (fame
mt any pari of the Clapperton V.. tate,
Nicola, without peimiinon of the tm-
i 'il, will lie proaecutad,
H. P. Stbwart, Lease .
0. M. BI
'    REAL ESTATE
AMI
INSURANCE -CENT
EUnohn sod Town Propert'sa It Sale
Lift )"ur Properties  _ith inc.
TO  PROSPECTORS   .ND OTHERS
TAKE OUT AS
ACCIDENT IN-ili\N''l'.  |m|,!i'V
li will pay y.n to oall ���___
IIIVH-I
II .vi.  you   hi'ii'l tin'  Unn'l.rful
in-- Aluminum tonn-trm
COLUMBIA
GRAPHOPHONE?
'Ihe moat |i.'it."" uikin| i.i nl lint
Jl'l   pi.illK'. (1.
I'rif
|V0 ind ISO
Ol.l styln tillicru fmm 18 ap.
Tot PrleM attl Tarmi Writs to
M. M. WAITT & CO.
(BJ iir.inville (trtet
\TANCOUVER,     ���     ���     -     B. C.
LABOR DAY!
MONDAY, SEPT. 3, AT
QUILCHENA
Polo Match
Horse Racing, Gymkhana Events, Trotting, etc
1' i lull liit "f (iri/.'s mil ..int* -..- programoi_.
R. M. R. BAND IN ATTENDANCE
-���;.
. _H ��. I '
f
..f.
IIFIMII    I'll"''!'
NICOLA, li  0
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
raw WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
M. J. HENRY'S
Nurseries and Seedhouses
Bar, ��..). Miii.i;ii.. It, a. IU).
K.-v. .1. I'  BOWIUL l!ur..r.
PATRO
YOUR LOCAL PAPER
THE NICOLA HERALD
1 .. Hi.,���-,,( ROME GROWN Fruit
.tii.l OniHiin'iit-1 Trii'i m.i �� iimtur.'il lor
tin. fill tr.ilo
N.i ex p. line. Inc. ur ililay nf fiiuii_>i
t4.ui ur in_ii-.ct.iin.
lliM-ii'mrterH for Pncific OoaiM ttrowii
Oinlrii, Fielil and Fluwer Saedl in
MtanO.
BEE   8UPPLIW,    Spr.y   Potapa,
] Whal. i ill Soap, Qraanbowa Planta, Cut
Kl- wwtt, HiiIIih fur full plnntiui;.
AJtt do butlnaaa on onr own uroundi-
no rmt in |iy iml are pre; .red tn meet
all competition.
Let me price your It - before placing
yoor order.    Catalogue Free.
M. J. HUSKY,
MIO WiiKtmlnatcr Baal,      VaHoonvi.__, I), f.
PUBLISK1.D EVERY THURSDAY
\ i���' mplete t������uniiitT' inl aiel luiiirnaa
i'.iur-i'. Btudanta prapatad la _aiu teach-
ara oartifieatNof ill urailes,   in anirai   _. ..    . ��  ,     ��?���    i     ,>  ������ j ��_..
_!_,��__. mi  rn.,. n.A.de I Gives all the news of the Nicola Valley and countrj
,���,,,(Toronto iMi.urstty. in general.   When you had no local paper you were
i���.ru..i,.,_. .'ni,, Mmic. Art. 1'oji all wishing you had one   now that it is here, help it
cai ciiiiuri,aad Ki.-utii.n. along and it will help you.
Send for Calendar.
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
NEW TYPE ! NEW PRESSES !
Let us have your orders for anything in this line
Set our new line of imperial Linen- and we will guarantee you work as good as the
te   tinner  mill   env^limott-      lHi?iiii H        . ,   r,   ��� ������	
-__-.O.F.
C(OURT NIOOU, Nn. wai. a.o. y\. mmmt
) :-ei onil .inil li'iirtli Kriilm in eaeh nmnth
It8p.m., In I'nnlej'- Hall. Vnitiuu .retliren
nii'i.illy invited.
A. It. 04MUNOT0-. r.u.
\\. Iliilin..N Mi'KliAY, See.
ette paper and   envelopes.
Office.
H KHALI)
best and at fair prices. THE NICOLA HERALD
LOCAL NOTES
The shooting season opens on Satur-
day.
A synopsis of the pame laws will be
found on the front pape.
Mrs. Strickland was taken seriously
ill on Sunday, but is now progressing
favorably.
F. N. McKeown of the (.olden Sovereign, paid a visit to Nicola yesterday.
BUSINESS LOCALS
School at Aspen lirove opened on
Tuesday with W. Mills of Vancouver,
in charge. At present Mr. Mills is the
truest of W. A. Dodds.
If you are looking for a choice selection of Guns, Rifles, Ammunition, .'tc.
1 have them.   G. 11. Armstrong.
H.   Matthews  and   Mrs.   Matthews
paid a visit to Quilchena on Sunday.
Just  landed this week-a full  and
complete line of stoves, ranges, ete.
My prices are the lowest and my stock
most complete,   (i. B. Armstrong.
KEEP YOUR HORSE
WELL GROOMED
by cetting ��I)ANHV sieel wire
hi n_ brush Tlie "Dundy" re
roovta dundmlT und lo'��e h.tr,
leivif the skin in lie.liliy cn
dition and Makes ihe ___M feel
good.
Full Sunk of
Harness and Saddlery
��l��nys on h.nd.
Secure your supplies i'
Barwick's
NICOLA, a c.
Mrs. Broadhent and Mrs.   Clark visited the Triangle Ranch on Sunday.
1 have a nice lni"  of ladies' summer
i hats which   lam  oiTcring at  hall lhe
regular price.   G. B. Armstrong.
James Corbett of Aspi n Grove,   was
in Nicola on Tuesday.
Angus Nelson of the Golden Sovereign, came down to Nicola on a visit on
Tuesday.
James Haddock of Ashcroft, visited
Nicola and other points in the valley
last week.
J. Murray, who has been out at Otter Valley for some time, returned to
Nicola on Tuesday. He reports things
looking well in that section.
A. F. Hautier of the Globe Hotel,
Lytton, with his wife and daughter,
were visiting in the valley this week.
Don't be left out in the cold on Monday, but get up to Quilcheua and have
tho time of your life.
James Maedonell and Mrs. Maedonell
are visitors to Nicola this week.
Lady Bourinot of Ottawa, is a visitor
to Nicola this week.
W. Springer of Spokane, arrived in
Nicola on Monday's stage and went out
to Aspen Grove, where he will look
over some mining properties.
School opened   yesterday   morning
with Miss Robson as teacher.
A meeting of the Ladies' Guild of the
Church of England, will be held at the
residence of Mrs. Matthews on Friday
afternoon at 2:110.
1 handle all kinds of building material, i
lumber,    doors,    windows,    shingles, j
paint, oil, etc.,   and also carry  a tine
range of wall paper.   G. B. Armstrong I
Vegetables fresh from the   farm at:
the M.M.M.
Direct from the range to the con-1
sumer at the M.M.M.
Everything you buy from the M.M.M.
is home grown.
Comfort ii produced by using good
tnhicco and the "Shield Brand'' pipes.
Sold by J. A. Scott,   tobicconilt,   tUtn-
l"o| i.
Secure your stationery at the Nicoli
Herald office. Fine hoe of letterheads,
'.illhends, envelope!, Ii._iii_-I cirds, etc.
Everything, W the printing line.
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Barrister, Notary Public &c.
til-rial Admit., tralor
Office.���Commercial Block, eml nf 1'iifl Olllcc.
K&rnl-op-, II. C.
John D. Swanson, B. A.
Barrister,  Solicitor *ml   Notaty  Publii
Office:   Kant of thcf-nailian Bank of I'oii.
merce, foulh aide of Victoria -trtxii, _a__Mp_
Money to loan on real entate m.. urity.
M BEATTIE
Accountant, Coramiuion, Insurance
ind General Agent.
Main Street ��� KamloooH
A BAROAIN.
Eleven thousand shares in the Boulder
('reek Mining 0 pniiy (better known ����
the Coiiniu .lack)   fur   nale.    $500   takes
the lot.        J. (i. Tiiysnk, Otter Valley.
Carrington's Gulden Leaf tea ia Ihe
very finest fiowerv orange pekoe. Im
ported and packed e-pecially for us. Ik
.lisoluiely the finest tea on the market.
��� in cents a pound.
Carrington's Silver Leaf tea in the best
i.Ocl. tea on the market. It i�� I fine
orange pekoe, a straight assam tea. No
houie complete without it.
MEN WANTED
HAMMOCKS
We are showing the nicest and
in, st up-i'i (late  line of Hani
mucks    that    has    ever  been
brought to Kamloops.
Prices Range   from  $100   to   81000
Baliy Hammocks 60c to $2.50
I PEOPLE! STORE
UR Stock is now complete.
Having received the last
week Flour, Groceries,
Canned Goods, Dry Goods,
Boots and Shoes	
Everything Fresh   and  Up-to-Date.
Our Fall and Winter Samples
for
SUITS
are just in.
Call in and give your order.
Prices Right.
A. R CARRINGTON,
THE PEOPLE'S STORE
SMITH BROS.
Dr. Matheson, dentist, will arrive in
Nicola on Monday, Sept. 3, and may be
consulted for the next ten days.
R. H. Winny has a fine crop of honey
from his beea this year. Those interested can see the combs at Carrington's
store.
M. L. Grimmett, barrister, leaves
Sandon on Monday, and will arrive in
Nicola next Thursday, when he will at
once open an office for the transaction
of legal business.
Geo. McDonald, who has opened a
boot and shoe repair shop in the Pooley
building, has an ad. in this week's
issue.
J. Y. Williams passed throngh
Nicola on Saturday. He is on his way
to Bear Creek where he will look over
some mining properties.
at the Nicola   Portable S'.im   Sawmill.
Lower Nicola.    Wa_es *2  per day and   "   '"""I""
board. J. A. M___B__
Bookstore
Vernon
Carrington's Golden Leaf tea is the
very finest Hnwery oranife pekoe. Imported and picked rip.cially  for us.    Ik
���molut.lv the hnest tea on ihe market
GO cents a pound.
C.rnn_toii . (inlden Leaf tea ll the
very finest fl wery orange pekoe. Im
ported and packed especially for us. Is
alMilutely the hnest tea  on   the  market.
il'i cents a pound.
FOB SALK-Twn nets of second hand
siniile harness in first, clasa condition, at
reasonable price. Bauwick's Harness
and Soldiery.
OtrrinB'nii's Silver Leaf t.ais the   lies!
fillet, tea  on   tl,,.   market.    It  is a   fine
orange pekoe, a stai.ht assam tea.
No In .ii -i- complete without it.
A.   Jackson  of  Quilchena.    was  a
visitor to Nicola on Monday.
W. Voght of the Forks, was a visitor
to Nicola on Friday.
A. U.   Jackson  of Atlin,   has  been
making a short stay in the  valley  and
G_ HILLIARD
General
Blacksmith
CARRIAGE AND f AlfON WORK
Hor_��__.oi..g done in i
first class m.mner. Careful attention given to this
branch of the business.
NICOLA. II. (.
BLAIR & CO.
-DEALEBSIN-
General Merchandise
Coutlee, B. C.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS & SHOES, HARDWARE
FARM IMPLEMENTS, Etc.
MINERS' SUPPLIES,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
Resident Agents ln Nicola for tbe
ROYAL, and LONDON & LANCASHIRE FIRB IN.URANOB 00.'8
Notice to Hunters.
Notice is herehy Riven that hunting
or shooting on the premises of the undersigned, without permission, is.
strictly prohibited.       j. Hlackwki.i..
NOTICE.
is p____ taken with
its poMibilltiea.
the district and derailed, wi
Any person found in pursuit of game
on any part of the Winny Estate,
Nicola, without  permission of the un-
RANCH FOR SALE
200-acre ranch,    oo acres
under cultivation     For particulars apply  to Cuas   I)
Collect, Lower Nicola.
C. A. Mears of Aspen Orove, was on
a visit lo Nicola at the beginning of
fhe Mil
be prosecuted.
EL H. Winny.
All  orden   for  rough  and  dressed
lumber can  be promptly  tilled by the1
Nicola Portable Sawmill, Lower Nicola.
C. T. A penes of the C.P.R. engineering staff, was a visitor to Nicola on
Saturday.
J. Costillion of Coldstream, was a
visitor to Nicola for a few days this
week.
george Mcdonald
shoemaker
Boots and Shoes Neatly Repaired. New
Work   to Order.    Prices   Reasonable.
POOLEY BLDG.,   NICOLA.
COUTLEE HOTEL
COUTLEE. B. C.
Jos. ftk'-i._r._s,     -     Proprietor
_-_-_-_----_________________B_____^
Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.   First class accommodation
for travelers and tourists.
Oood Stabling ln Connection.
Telephone Connect lor
���B_a____________u____-_
ml
Overalls, Shirts, Underwear,
Socks, Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps. Gloves,
Pants, Clothing, Blankets, Handkerchiefs,
Sweaters, go to the NEW STORE at Nicola
where you will get the "RIGHT" goods at
the "RIGHT" prices.
Q DC PI AI A few odd lines of Wo��'
Ul LUlnL Undershirts, regularly sold at
$1.00 and $125, going at -   -  -  50 CENTS
Also, about four dozen first rate leather
Gloves, jubt the thing for working, regular
price from $1.00 to $1.50.   While they last
can be had for- 75 CENTS A PAIR
H.L.
THE RIGHT HOLISM
NICOLA

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