BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Nicola Herald Feb 15, 1906

Item Metadata

Download

Media
nicoheral-1.0318156.pdf
Metadata
JSON: nicoheral-1.0318156.json
JSON-LD: nicoheral-1.0318156-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): nicoheral-1.0318156-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: nicoheral-1.0318156-rdf.json
Turtle: nicoheral-1.0318156-turtle.txt
N-Triples: nicoheral-1.0318156-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: nicoheral-1.0318156-source.json
Full Text
nicoheral-1.0318156-fulltext.txt
Citation
nicoheral-1.0318156.ris

Full Text

Array /IrUJ-
THE NICOLA HERALD
U'
Vol 2.  No. 7.
NICOLA, B. C, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15,1906.
$2 a Year
DISTRICT DOINGS
L0W1R   NIOOLA   EVENTS  OF THB
PAST WEEK.
Barclay Bonthrone Mow in PomdmIod
of the ' Wlllowdale' Ranch   Repair* to School.   Otter Valley Liquor Licence
On Thursday lait ('apt Fliok of Lower
Nicola took possession of the "Willow
dale" Ranch on behalf of Barclay Bon
throne. Mr. Bonthrone is a consulting
and mining engineer hy profession and n
in addition connected stith the management of the following mining syndicates:
Krl Syndicate, Ltd, Di��a te fluie Odd
Mining Co. Ltd., Whitewater West M>n
ing Co., Ltd., British Columbia Ageney,
Ltd., Boeeoo Mines, L'd,
Mil* Weismuller arrived in Lower
Nioola on Friday laat, the Coldwater
school having neen cloeed.
Frank Woodward haa bought the t ��� n
lot* lately acquired in Lower Nioola by
C. _ Lacy.
James Smith of Lower Nicola hu been
Uid up with a bad cold during thi pan
lew day*.
Roderick McKenzie hai been placed in
charge of th* "Willowdile" lunch lately
purchased by Mr. Bonthrone of Van
touver.
Th* centra- for repairs nscessary to
make habitable th* hou** adjoining th*
Lower Nicola achool hai been awarded to
W. H tiray.
That portion ot th* wagon road whieh
runs along aid* the railway track from
Csnford to t'etit ereek hai been officially
condemned. We understand that th*
rotd will now follow th* old trail at that
point. Th* ntw roadway tl tha Forkt,
(Chapmani) hai tlao b**n condemned,
thankato public opinion with th* Hertld
M advocate.
J, 6. McLean th* prominent railroad
contractor wai ont tt Atpen tirov* lately
tnd hit added t further 640 acris to bit
partnership holdings in thtt district,
Stutrt Henderson M.P.P. hu adviied
Capt. Fliek thtt the government will
decide it tn early dttt whtn tht much
needed bridge tl Petit ora.k it to be
bail..
Jeuph Cleuhy it grading t ntw rotd
from hit bridge to tht itage rotd, Mr.
tnd Mn. Oleuby'i numiroui fritndt wil|
greatly appreciate tb* Improvement linoe
it tt*d*d t competent 'Jehu' to negotiate
lb* old twitch.
John Ogilvie'i death hu Hopped active
work on th* numerous mining cliimi
owned wholly or ia ptrt by tht decuied.
Tht poitoffic* authorities tt OtUwt
htvt written Ih* poitmaitar tt Lowtr
Nicolt uking why th* fundi of tht local
office tn not hanked daily. Mtyhtp t
nd motor car of tht twiftut type will bt
tret tr* long (cooling over tht pltint in
tht dirution of tht Bank of Mouireal.
J. B. Bright will htve finished hit eon-
tract by Wtdneiday ntxt. Mr. Bright il
of tht opinion thtt the railroad will not
be graded further this year the order of
tb* dty bting completion from Spences
Bridgt to Coutltt in order to facilitate
th* bringing in of material.
OTTHR VALLBY N1W8.
Wt tr* now well into February tnd
tbe winttr to let hu been exceptionally
mild. Spring is in tht tir ti evidenced
by tht pretence of grouse tnd t ftir number of tht tweet linger* of tht woodltnd.
Tht V V. i F, turvey party undtr Mr.
AinbroM it now tbout to complete its
labors between Ortoitt Creek and Pnuie-
too.    It ii rumored thtt the party will
thin remote to Alhnola.
At tipacitl melting of tb* Botrd of
Licence Comrolssionsrs to b* held shortly
wveral tpplicttioni for new lieenooi will
b* considered. Among thou applying
trt C. Camtron and E B. Ting'ey for t
licsncs tt McKay's ranch, J. 0. Thynnt,
for on* at hit owu stopping place and (i.
P. Marion for ont tt his house. Petitioni
in ftvor of tbt ruputivt applicants tre
being tiUntivtly ligned.
A dtnet took place tt the Otter Fltt
Hotel Ittt week and wai greatly enjoyed
hy th* numerous gums. Bad aleigl.ing
waa respousihle for the ahunce of a num
amuiconliugentof Princeton bellei. Mr.
and Mrs. Lundy tre to lie congratulated
on tht luccttiof the occasion.
FARMERS INSTITUTE.
Annual Meeting on Monday    Election
of Officer*
The annual meeting of the Liilooei
Farmers lo-titote wai held at Lowet
Nioola on Monday, with a fair attendance.
II S. Cleasby occupied the chair while li
B, Armstrong fulfilled the dutiu of iter*
tary.
Informal discussion look place on uverel sul'j. eta pertaining to th* institute.
the change of lhe name to "Nicola" instead of "Lillontt"; thistles; tud thtt
lhe government lend out speakers to address meetingi who ire familiar with
cattle railing undtr western condition!,
wert among th* principal onu brought
up.
Tht election of officers for th* *ntuting
year resulted ti follows:
D. Dodding, president, R. H. Winny,
vice-president; S. J. 8wlnu.au. seorelary
treasurer; executive; M. P. Stewart, H.
8. Cleasby, A. Q. Collett, D. Mclnnu
tnd T. 0. Karl.
H. S. Clcasl y wu sleeted a delegate to
atttnd t muting of the Centrtl Ftrmert
Inititnte to behild at Victoria on Tuesday the 27th. and the diacuueon tt the
muting wert to bt the recommtndationi
for tht dtlegate to act upon.
GOLDENSOVEREIGN
Surprise Party.
A tut prill Dirty viiited Liberty Htll
tht ri'idenceof Mr.tnd Mrt. F.A. Howtt
on Friday evening to celebrate tht birth
dty of Mr. F. A. Howu. Tht secret wai
well kept tnd no ont wu more surprised
thin tht bolt of the evening. Dtnoing
wu kept up till tba "wt* ihort 'oon
ayont th* twtl" and the tinging of ''thty
art jolly good fellows" with tb* hint tnd
hoitiu u tht good felltwt ended on* of
tb* moit enjoyable fuactiont ever htld
ii NiooU.	
Death of an Old Timer
Th* dttth ooourr*. oa Kridt* lut of
Charles 8. Finlaiion tt hu reaidenu in
Victorit tt th* rip* age of 89. Mr. Fin
latum wu on* of tb* pioneen of Victoria,
hiving ttktn np hii retidtnot thert in
1869. Hi came lo Canada firtt in 1837.
Th* rebellion broke ont th* wm* year
and Mr. Finliuonai "tha loyal ton of t
loyal father' joined tht levies raised
locally tor the occasion serving with them
for h>* yetrt until 1843, whtn things
hiving settled down th* local troop wu
disbanded Mr. Finlaiion during the
rebellion wu t participant in th* tragic
burning of th* Carotin*. After the dis
banding of th* troop he spent one winttr
trapping back of Ptterboro, Ont., tnd in
1844 returnid to Kngltnd whtrt he
engaged in commercial pursuits. Ht re
turned to Canada in 1869 and came to
British Columbia settling in Victoria
where he accepted a potition in Her
Majesty') Cuatomi which he held until
1890 when he retired ind afterwarda de
voted his leisure to brokering which he
only relinquished last year. Mr. Fin
laiaon leaves t widow and t family of ten
to mourn hia lou. Tkomat Carrington
of Nicolt U t brotber-in-law of the de
cuaed.
ASPBN OROVK   MINING  DEAL COM
FLUTED THIS WEEK
R. P. Inglle of Montreal Purchase* th*
Copper  Standard    Meaars   Mc
Oonnell and Millar Had
Charge of Deal
Th* largest mining deal yet put through
in this diatrict was coniummited last week
��� lion Meiers, McConnell 4 Miliar told
the (iolden Sovereign group of claims in
A*pen drove to R P. Inghs of Montreal
Metsrs. McConnell A Millar purchaud
thit property from tbe Bate Armstrong-
Henshaw syndic*!* last July snd Mr. Mc
Connell want uit t month tgo to form a
���yndioat* to develop the property and
succeeded in doing u> in lest than t wuk
after his arrival in Montreal. Mr. Inglis
'hen appeared on the scene tnd purchased
the property.
Lait week it wu titmin*d hy J. H.
Cartegie Williams t noted copier expert
��� ho i* reporting upon the best method
of development. Meantime trial ihip-
ments tre being taken out vis Spences
Hridge F. M. McKenn ii now in rherg.
ofthe property in tht intiriiti of Mr.
lnglis.
Tht Holder Sovereign group of mineral
claimi it ont nf rhe beet, if not the but
property in Atpen Orovt camp. Ont of
the finest concent rations nf native copper
on th* continent occurs on it tnd it is
particularly well situated for miniog op
���rttiont on t large scale.
All tht parties Concerned are to be ton
gratulttrd on this deal which  w* under
stand hai bttn t most sttitfeclory out
til tround,
Messrs McConnell tnd Miller apent
tht nalt summer in 'his dittritt tnd will
now make their headquarters tt Cou'Im,
to rurth.tr their plant in connection with
properties in which they trt inttruttd
tnd tr* handling. They hav* tmplt capital behind them tnd trt in t potition tn
handle any property Ihay may securt and
before tht tnd of thiauuon tht tntrgetis
efforts of Messrs McConnell tnd Millar,
hy enlisting eapittl for opening ap onr
mines, will b* demonstrated by sasistioi
i i making Atptn Orovt one ef tht greet-
tst copper camps in tht world.
Th* osa's agent did t ruthing business
with picturt potlctrdi tnd valtntiaet
The eupid'a hurt competition wu th*
cause of much laughter. A clarionet tolo
by Mr. Ptttreoa tnd other music tddtd
to the variety of ih* evening's entertainment Wt understand t^af tht Ladies'
Aid will h* benefited to th* extent nf
1141 through the evening'* enter
tainmtnl.
BEAR CREEK MINES
LOCAL NEWS
8. I   Rate snd R J.  Armstrong
in from Aspen Orove today.
Ju. Woodward and family of Lowtr
Nicolt left thit week for California.
Evening prayer will he held in the
ihurch of England at S o'clock on Sundty
tfttrnoon.
Joe. Oraham left for the coast thu wtek
and may go to California for t ihort timt
before he returns.
E. Cnuiint of Lnwer Nicolt received
the sad newi nf tht illness of his mother
on Wednesday and lift today for thtir
<ld homt in Ontario
Tht Mssonu hill to h* held tt Ktmloopt on Feb 22nd promises to be the
event of the stum. Several Nicola
residents will atttnd.
L. H. Bmraiih who ipent some timt la
Nicolt tnd vicinity doling tht pall torn-
ner ia now tt Savoaea tnd will thortly
visit thit section tgain.
Mr. tnd Mrt. 0, B. Amtttrong were
In town on Friday Ittt, Mrt. Armstrong
rtmtiningfor tht rtilwty social Thty
returned horn* Tuesday tewing.
Mrt. McKwca wift of Dr.  McEwen of
Hedliy died lut wuk.
Entirtaln Thtir Friends.
A itranger might will htve thought
thtrt wu t boom on in tht village of
CoutUe on Wednudey night. It wu
howtvtr, only tht ecouion of Mr. tad
Mrt. Jot, R A. Rtchtrd's tnnntl invitation to their friendi in th* valley for t
good timt. Tht gnutt started to arrive
tt tn early hour tnd dtneing started im
mediately About midnight the guuti
wire served to t recherche supper, when
j dtnoing ttrtttd again and ktpt up nntil
thit morning. Mr. tnd Mn. Ricbtrds
proved ideal holts tnd everyone came
swsy with the fteling thtt they htd juit
j htd tht very belt time thty ever htd.
Tht lumbar yard nf th* Nitolt Portable
Stum Sawmill en tht Btrwick property
it tio-r well ttock*. with til kindt of rongh
and dressed lumber, moulding! ttc. Tht
stock li bting kept *p tnd ordtri of tny
siu cm bt filled. N. J. Berwick il
tht Nicolt agent
W. E.  Flumtrftll ucrtttry of tht
Vtnoonvtr Touritl Auocittion arrived in
town on last Thursdays ttagt. Mr.
Flumtrftlt with otbtr Vtnoonvtr gentle
mtn it inttruttd in eotl properties on tht
Coldwater Rirtr tad leaves for tht Matt
this morning tfttr inspecting tht property
A coaplt of ntvviu who htd beta employed on railway construction trrivtd in
town thit wuk tnd with t ftir tittd jag
sppropriated a couple of buttles whisky
from th* hotil. On being notified the
c tillable found them near tht Pooley
1 ranch tnd brought thtm in. BtforeOeo.
Murray tnd J. D Oillit J. P.'t on W��d
netday tvtmng thty pleaded guilty and
were given thru dtyt each with hard
labor with tht result thtt tht strut it
bting cleaned up.
THB  SIMILKAMEEN    MININO   AMD
SMELTING OOHPAHT.
0. F. Law and AaaoelatM Form a Com
pan* to Develop Their Mining
Property   ln   th*   Bator
Creek Section
The Similkameen Mining and Smtltlng
Co. it t Vancouver company which hu
juat been organized, tht botrd of diractrrt
.-���insisting of Mayor Buicombi, chairman,
W. H. Armstrong, managing director,
E J. McFuly, Cltrtnc* Marpole tnd
Charles F. Lew, secretary The property
acquired hy the company it thru crown
granted mineral claims, tnd two mineral
locations on Bear Cruk in th* Similkameen. The aru ii ovtr 200 urn tnd
���here la a power record of 300 mines of
eater capable of producing 260 horsepower it a small coat of installation. A
wagon rotd hu been constructed from
Tulameen city i distance of sight sailes tt
a colt ol t9000 tnd four mort mile* will
he c ns'rucied to connect with tbt lint of
tht Orett Nortktrn railwty which will bt
completed pait thtr* ntxt tnmmtr. On
tht property thtrr it abundant limber for
arming purposes which will insure a -.heap
supply of thil valuable commodity.
Tht ort it plentiful tnd rich in quality
Thru or four shafts trt down 60 fttt, til
in ort tht ort widening with deptt tnd
tht vilael increuing. Tbt vein it fro*
sevtn to tight feel in width and hu bun
proved by *ontinuout shaft* tnd open
cuu for a distance of 3000 feat. Aaaayt
made by Thomas Kiddi* tod Mr. J, 8.
O'Sullivtn both wtll known on tbt tout
ahow tbtt tht vtluu of tbt or* in gold,
silver tnd copper run ftom $12 to $680,
tht samples being onultctwd. With iht
own smelter the oompany eipect to mtkt
htndtomt profit.
In tbt pr .pectus which hu juit bun
tiiusd, tnd in which full partitaltrt tr*
given of essays, ttc, it it pointed out thai
iht timt hu trrivtd whtn Vtncouvtr tnd
tht cottt titiu should lupport tht organ-
nation of t mining tompany, who**
directors trt wtll known, tnd whieh hu
high gride thipping ort in tight. No
promoters feu hsve b**t> paid of will
paid, tcmething which tartly attaches to
to tht formation of mining companies.
The par value of ibtru It $10 bat t bloek
is now bting offered for t ihort tim* tt
$2.10.
Railway Social
Tht Ladies Aid of the Prethyteritn
Church held a most successful entertain
ment. Th* railway proved a decided
innovation tnd wai a complete tuccess,
being the caus* of much merriment and
some loirited competition among the
viMtort. Tha winning express made the
journey In 30 second* The tide ihnas
wert well patronised, consisting of t Jap
antte fortune teller, t ftney goodt stall,
an ice cream parlor tnd t Cindy  stall.
In the Preihyterian church on Sundiy
morning Mra. Q, B. Armstrong of Lowtr
Nicolt tang the solo, "I heard the voice
of Jeaus lay, Come uoto me and reit.' At
thi evening service Mrs Arms.rung gave
an excellent rendering of "Ore pr o nobis"
Il is not often that Nicola people havt
the pliuure of listening to t voice io well
trained and with iuch a compass her sing
ing of "Ora pro nobii" wat perhapi the
best rendering of a sacred mlo iver heard
in tht Vtlley.
Poisoning I
Sentence wu pronounced hy J��dg*
Henderson on Thursday tt Vtntonvtr on
Mrt Jonu ind htr daughter MnJeckeoa
both foaad guilty of perjury tt tht onr-
ontr't jury investigation of th* duth of
Tho*. Jackun by poitoniag, husband _!
th* latter umt tim* tgo.
Mrt. Jones wu sentenced to twain
; monthi impriionmtal tnd Mrt. Jackson
jionint montht. Tht aentenee rum in
1 each cau from tht arrest of Iht Iwt
1 women on Deramber __od lut,
Mrt. Jtcktt n, u if iwtktntd suddenly
to t sense of bar potition, hurriedly lefl
the court room, followed by t constable,
Mra. Jonu wai assisted to leave end both
wer* condtcte. to the office of tht provincial police, on tht ground floor, whtrt
Mn Jonu bunt into a frenzy of imprr
cttioni and curing
Dolph Fyall ind W. H. Kimpton tht
district managtr of tht Mutual Lift
Insurance Co. of New York, returned lul
evening to Cuitlei from a viiit to thi
Inland capital. THE  NICOLA  HERALD
THE NICOLA HERALD
Pttbl-u-i- Bver/ Th'_r*dar
t-becrlpllon. ln Advance a- aTear
NOTICE.
MOOLA. B. C.K.BKi'iavl.l. IM6
'XSI I	
THE NEEDS OP MCOLA
The varied wants of Nicola |
Valley can only be obtained by '
constant and vigorous importunity The Nicola Herald i
called attention to some of the
dangerous places upon tht*
wagon road, and the govern*
ment agent and a road man
were orderi d to inspect and report. The result has been for
warded to the government and
will no doubt be acted on very
shortly. It is understood that
the death trap at Petit creek
has been condemned and the
road will likely follow the old
trail ovjer the hill.
Last week The Herald directed attention to the need of
a non-political public meeting
with the object of bringing
some of the more urgent needs
of the Nicola Valley before the
MALLERY DRUG CO
KAMLOOl'S
Horace F. Evans
GEOLOGIST
Ashcroft    -   -    8. C.
NICOLA ASSESSMENT DI.TU1CT,
TAX NOTICK.
a__________________________________________     i    Mine eiaminationa and reports,
government by way of petition |o.ictl mjmm of -������_._,.,��� Rir,t
Or delegation.       Now if a pub-  country a HHlilllJ     Disinterested  and
lie   meeting    be    impossible   a   -��P'ndahle reporta furatshed
suggestion need not fall to the
ground,   lor,   a  petition once
started at  Nicola would travel
down the valley gathering sig
natures and power as it went.
In the last issue mention
was also made that the C P. R.
had appropriated $_o,ooo for
telegraph construction along
the line ol the new railway.
Although the news had but
little space, it was none the
less good news���for sending'
telegraphic messages via tele
phone is a more or less tedious
piece of business. It is nut
the desire to cavil at our telephone service���it is excellent,
all things considered. But
every business man will appreciate the fact that telegraph
is one method of transmission
and the telephone quite an
other.
Notice la berebj given, that applleatloe will
be made to the legislative assembly ot the
province of British t uluinhie. at 1��� neit tes
.ion, for an act lo incnrimraie a company with
power to construct, eq An, maintain and oper
a'e a line or line* or railway of standard or
other image, with any kind of motor power for
i ht- <-on vcyanoe of passengers and freight, from
. -ome point a' or near Osoyoos on the International Boundary. Turning in a noriherly direr
lion along or near Lake Okanagan to a point at
or near Knderhv. Ihence in a westerly direction
to a point at or near Kaiuloops, thence In a
northerly direction following the course of the
North 'Ihompeon river. I hence hy the most
feasible route lo Quesnelle and fort George;
also from a point at or near Kndcrby in a north
erly direction to a point at or near Sicamous
along the coutse of the Spallumcheen river;
also from a point at or near Kamloopt in a
southerly direction to a point at orne.ryuilch
. ena, iheace in a southerly direction by a feasible
! route to a point at or noar Princeton; alto from
a point at or noar Quilchena oreek In a north
erly direction along Nicola lake to upper Nicolt
river; thence northeasterly along tbe upper
Nicola river to a point at or near Salmon river,
following the course of that river to a point at
or near rliilmna Arm, all In the province of
llriii-h Columbia.
And with power to construct, operate and
maintain all necessary bridges,  roads, ways
and  ferries, and  lo huild. acquire, own ai d
maintain wharves and docks  ln connection
therewith, and to build, acquire, own. equip.
and maintain steam and othor vessels and
boats, and to operate the same on any uavig-
able waters; and with power to build, equip,
operate and maintain telegraph and telephone
lines in connection with the said railway and !
hranrho-, sod to transmit message* for com
ninrcial  purposes,  and charge tolls therefor,
aud to generate electricity for the supply of
light, heat and power; and with power to ex
propriate lands for the purpose* of the company j
and to acquire land*, money  bonuses, privl
lege* or other aid* from any government, mum [
cipal corporation, or other persons or bodie*.
and to levy and collect tolls from all perton
Oeo. I using, and on all freight passing over am ot'
such roads, railway*, ferries, wharves and vessels built by the company; and with power to
ciiiiiiecl with and niaketralllcor other arrange
i ment* with railway, steamboat or other com- j
:panics; and U> exeicise such powers an are!
granted hy Parts IV. and V. of the "Water
.Clauses OlMMilidatlon Act;" and fir all other,
necessary or Incidental rights, powers and privl- ]
lege-in thit behalf.
Dated the .th day of January, A.I).. 190..
Tl'PPKK _ OKI-TItf.
Solicitors for tbe Applicants.
"WE LEAD, OTHERS FOLLOW"
THE STORE OF QUALITY
THE STORE OF PLENTY
The Largest and Most Complete General Stock in Nicola
This is Stock Taking time with us and
you can get all sorts of bargains iD many
lines.   We are selling
Overshoes
at prices never known in Nicola before. Call
and satisfy yourself.
m
J-,       l
i n
U
Ij
NICOLA
PRINCETON
FIRE   BKIGAUE.
The need of a fire brigade
must be patent to all, yet, as a
rule, the fiery element has to
give evidence of its powers of
destruction by burning down a
score ol houses ere the citizens
of any one town will organize
and equip an efficient fire fight
ing outfit. The initiation in
such a movement lies largely
with the town of Nicola alone,
for in the event of a tire occurring outside of the town, little
good could be done by the brigade���half an hour would
amply suffice to burn out any
of our wooden structures
A number of buckets at different points in town with a
few ladders would help considerably in extinguishing a small
blaze which may develop into
a serious conflagration.
NOTIfK Is hereby given In accordance with
the Statutes, that Provincial ItcvenueTax and
all Is������Ml taxi * and Income tax a**asse 1 and
levied under the Assessment Act and amend
menu, are now due and payable for the year
1906. All taxes collectable for the Nicola assessment district are due and payable at my office,
situate at. Nicola. This notice, in terms of law
Is equivalent to a personal demand by me upon
all persons liable for taxes,
OKO.   MURIUY.
Assessor and Collector,
Nicola Assessment District.
Nicola Post tiftlce.
Dated at Nicola 6th of Februarv, 11)06.
KAMI/XlPS,  AUHCROrr,  YALK AND
BIMUJ.AMKKN MINING DIVISIONS Of YAU DISTRICT.
NIITICK Is hereby given that all placer min
Ing claims egallt i ��� Id iu ths Kamloops.
A-h'ofu Yals and -i'"i,kaineen Mining Div
CHURCH 8BRVIUB
Preabytertm Churoh, Nicola Uke;   8er
vices every natioath at II a. in. and 7:30 p.m.;
Mlble class and Sabbath School. 2 :��> p.m.
Uiv, Oeoro- Mason,
i'resbvterian Pastor.
Uiv. John Ptk,
Methndi��i I���.tor.
Methodist Church. Lower Mcola: Divine
service evefy lord's Day at J p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Sunday school at 2 p. m
John Pyk,
Melhndist Minister.
GtOHO- Mason.
Preshyteriaa Minister
���urn will  be
November eu��u
from the 1st day of
n, 1st day nf May. 1906.
 P|. NSTAl.L,
Oold Commissioner.
Kamloops, I Ictoher l_a, llfli.
,g in i
(i,  ('.
NOTICE.
Official Administrator's Act
In re Estate of
ANTOlNh GODEY,
METROPOLITAN
MEAT HARKET
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork
and Sausage
Orders throughout the District receive careful attention and pr.jinpsd.artl
Fresh Fish Every Friday.
JAIHEa.   rooi.1.1 Proyrl.fr
COUTLEE BLACKSMITH SHOP
ANDREW SMITH, Proprietor
All kinds of Blacksmith work and  Horseshoing done
first class shape.    Leave your work here and it will  recei
prompt attention.    Satisfaction guaranteed.
NICOLA
PORTABLE STEAM
SAWIVIILL	
Ii preparer! to take contract! for
���awing lumber  and  getting out
timber.
l.rnrral Mill �� nnlrsi I. I treated
PHICKrt MdDKKATK
Parties wishing   tt*_  ran   nave  tame
promptly attended In bv a|.|>ljting to
*". D. WOODWARD,
Nicnla, B 0.
Lieveyour ordert with N. I. Barwick.
for lumber whn is sgent for tht Nicols
Portable Steam Saw Mill he ean help too
plan out an order.
TENDERS will be received by the under-
signed fnr the purchase of the personal prop
erly, and the real estate of the late Antolne
Uode>.   Terms cash.
Particular* thereof may he obtained from
Peter Marquart. Nicola, B. C.
AIM II. MACINTYKK,
Offlioel Administrator, ( oun'y of Yale,
Kamloops, B. C.
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OF NEW YORK
Accumulated Assets $140,000,000
The Oldest Life insurance Co. in America
Manager for���The   Nicola, Okanagan and
Similkameen Districts.
W. H. KIMPTON, Nicola, B. C
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith
Hortt Shoeing �� specialty.
MCOU La KB, B.C.
.abeenbe for tht Hertld. |S per jttr.
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
1892-1906
H_W WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
Ke��. VV. J. SirPKiu, B. A, B.D.
Rev. J. P Howell, Bunir.
A eonplete t >nimer.iel aad busmen
course. Students prepated tn gain leaeh
eri certificate! of all gradaa. In nniver
sity work a full .nurse for tht B. A. dt-
gree of Toronto University.
Instruttion giver, ia Music, Art, Pbyl
cil Ctlturt tnd Elocution.
Bind for Calendar.
NOTICE.
Hlity days after dale I Intend to apply to the
thief commissioner of lands and works for per
mission to pur base MO aci es of Inioiintalu past
I nre land, corome-clug at a post marked tJ .8.
C.'s application topurtha eiS.W. corner, thence
N. HO cbalns. ��. 80 chains, S 80 rhalns. VV 80
chains tn initial post. I���nd Is situated In view
liy of 10 Mile Oreek and west of 1. Marquart.
Sre miip. Om. J. 8. t'HA.il k.H.
Icola, M Dec. 18M. i U Adair. Agent.
NOTICE.
nitty days after date I Intend to apply ta the
chief commissioner of landa and works for per
mission ui parcbese 40 acres of land described
as follows, starting from the northwest con er
nf lot '17 n 1, In Utter Vsllsy and runninK east
(ii rhalns to the northeast corner nf Lot ��7, O. 1.
thence north 10 chains thence west it-hains.
thenoe south 10 chains to post nf coinmanee-
ment. 1 O. THYNN*
Hated ��ih Deo. IK*
NOTICE.
Rivty days after date I Intend to apply to Mae
chief commissioner of lands and works for permission to purchase:?*! acres mountain pasture
land. en".Ill'' rill, al post marked A. J ll.'sfi
K. corner, thence w 80 chains, N 40 rhalns, K He
S 40 chains, to Initial post. 1���ad situated In
inmiii nf In Mile creek, easterly of J. K. Mur
ray's pre-emption A. J. MITCHKU-,
Nioola, -th lie,. 1909.       John ('. Adair, Ageal
Notice.
Notice Is hereby given that within sit ty days
from dale 1 intend making application to Iks
Hon. Commissioner of I���mis and Works far
permission o purchase MO acres of pasture lead
In the Kamloops ilvlslon ef Yale Ui-t-i. a
situated as follows: I ommearlng at a staks al
the.. VV corner of Ihe land; rannlng Ikeaos
Kast 80 chains, thenoe North 10 rhalns, Ikeaas
West m chains, thence Hon lb 41 ehalna, te __
point of commencement.
Oeo. Reek
September. B. lifts THE  NICOLA  HERALD
ADD-NO TO ITS OAMT_-L.
C-n-dl-n I'trlfli-to nukkt tn !_���_- Of
SUKk.
On Thursday afternoon 8>r Thomas
Shsughnessy made the following Halt
atnt to tha press: "Tbe Official Osiet'e
of Saturday will contain t notict of t
special meeting of tbi ihariholdera of tbt
C. P. R. company to hi htld in kfontrta
on March 10. for tht purpose of onnsidar-
ing and acting upon the reeomtiidatinn (
(be directors tbtt tht ordinary shtrr
capital of tht company ht Ineriased from
tbe present authorised amount of (110
OOO.OtXi, of whieb tbe ttmtiit of 1101,
40" 000 baa already beio isiutd. to 9150.
000.000.
Io viaw of tht grttl incrtaat in tbe
company's busineas and its continued ei
pansinn it ie desirable that immediate
provision bt made for mil further lo
creasing tht facilities of thi company on
every section of Its syststn Ths directors
have therefore, decided, ilbjeot to the
approval nf tht lharholdtri tt tht special
meeting to make an issue nmnsdiate'y
thereafter, nf 1.9,280.000 of ordinary
capital stock, bting {$,600,000 ilrstdy
authoriied by tht ihinholdtri and 111,
r>80.000,000 of the proposed increase thu.
makmg tht total amount oot.tinding
|1ZI HHO and ti in the case of previous
intt of new itoek, to give the share
boldtrt of tht ordintry capital itook tbe
privilege of tubtcrihing for the same at
par in the proportion of one shan of new
Itoek to five sbtrtt of their registered
holding! ou tht doting of tht tnnsftr
bonks for this purpose on Friday, April,
20th, 190H.
JOHN 0. ADAIR
MININGENliINEEE COAL (OIL EIPERT
l s prepared to examine coal
properties and furnish reports on same. Terms to
suit all     Nicola, B. C.
Monster Battleship
NICULA At_.Ec-U_.NT IIHTUICT.
TAX Nonoi
NOTICE la hereby given In accordance with
IheKatutes. that I'rovlnolal HevenueTsi and
all assessed taxis and Income tai a-<aa>sei and
levied under lhe Assessment Act and amend
ments. are now due and payable for the year
lis-. AM taxes collectable for the Nicola asses.-
uieot district are due and payable at my office,
si'ua'ea' Nicola. This notice, In terms of law,
is. univalent to a personal demand by me upoa
all persons liable for taxes,
GKO.   MURRAY,
Assessor and Collector,
Nicola Assessment District.
Nicola Post Ofllce.
Dated al Nicola Oth of Kebrusrv, 19011,
W. J. KERR
Wa.chmaker.Jeweler
KAMLOOPS, B. C.
All kinds of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry.
etc., kept in stock.   Wedding preterits t specitlty.
First class repairs dont on short notice
and returned at once.
THB PLACE TO BUT TODR
HMOKINO GOODS IS AT
J. A. SCOTT'S
CICAR & TOBACCO STORE
KAMMftll'S
Full stork of Domes'Ir and Imported Cigars,
and the best smoking tobacco always on hand
Drop In and enjoy a quiet game of Billiards.
sgent fnr the Pioneer Steam I annul' v Vancouver.   I���undry ship led every Sal urday.
IIWTI.l.ai
IfONTRKAL HOTKL, Kamloops, Napoleon
"- _atremoullle. proprietor, sirs! class ii
eveiy particular. Oood wines, Liquors snd
cigars.  Stabling In connection.
K
CHURCH HBRVIOB
Presbyterian Church, Nicola Lake:  8er
vlc�� every sabbath al 11 a. m. and 7:30 p tn.;
-libit clara and Sabbath School, 2:3(1 p.m.
Rav. tlaoHoic M.son,
I'resbiterian I'astor.
Riv. John Pt_,
Methodist Pastor.
Methodist Church. Lower Mrols: Divine
orvlce every lord's Day at 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
���unday schoolattp. m.
John I'yk,
Methodist Mini<ter.
(-to ho a Mason.
Presbyterian Minister
Tho monster battleship Dreadnought,
sbii'h. when .niihad will hara cost 17,
600 000, was launched at Portsmouth on
Saturday by King Edward.
The launoh of rhe Dreadnought, Ihe
largest and most powerful battleship of
tha worlds navies, marks tht first stage In
whtt the British Admiralty claims ai the
j/eate��t achievment In nasal construction
On (i. tuber 2, 1905 only a ftw lav
over four months ago, wnrk wu com.
menced at Portsmouth un the vessel, thi
Grit of whtt il to ht kt own ss tht Drtad
nought class. Tht promist wai made
then that she would he launched within
���il months.
Whan ready for set tha ship will dis-
place 18500 tons, hut this Is thi least  rt-
markahli thing about her. for beside tb
ideas introduced is a rtsult of the far
Eastern war.  Britain it placing on her
new fighting machine tha heaviest arm
anient ever carried hy a ship. In Iht pas'
Britiih veaeitli havt carried four 12 inch
guna,  throwing 860  pound  shells, the
Dreadnought will havt ten nf these wttp
ons nf a ntw type, with ��� mu__��l ensrgv
of 49 568 tt compared with the 33 622 of
the guns carried in as recant battleship"
tl tht Majestic class, tn increase il the
powtr of 60 per tent.
UNDERTAKING
j. r. McGregor
Lower Nioolt, B. 0.
UNDERTAKING
A Ml.OOPS H'lt'SK. P. Herod, proprietor
Hest stork of Witts, liquors and cigars in
'he Interior. Just Ihe spol for a nire cool re
freshing glass of beer. When In Kamloops
call in.
GRAND PACIFIC HOTKL, Kamloops.  Th
nearest lintel lo lhe railway siation.   Th
only covnenient botel for travelers.     Gikmi
rooms, good lii.le. .....it liquors.    Two larg.
sample rooms.   >'. A. Bun, hen, proprietor.
d'o'sl stabling in connection.
ASHCROFT HOTKU Tbe most nonvsaleni
ho' el for visitors in Ashcroft. The best of
table board. Hutano cold baihs. our reure
���eniatlve meets all trains. Johnson It Perkins,
proprietors,
Otter Flat Hotel
Charlei Deharro, Proprietor.
ITLAMEEN ..TV, . . ��� B. C
Heailquar'ers fir Summit, Rabho
mountain, Tulameen river, Boulder, Hen
��� ml Kelly creek camps. (!>nd Flshini
and Boating,
P. O. Address;   Aspen Orove.
Nlop althe
ROCKFORD HOUSE
Rout. .Vott, Proprietor
When traveling on the Nicola road
Convenient place lor travelere, with goo.
accommodation.
RILEY HOUSE
NICOLA LAKK, B. C.
Fint clasa hoard and lodt;ing hy tin
day week or month. Every attentioi
given to the travelling public.
Mm. RlLM, Proprietress
Defying Tht Church.
Tht privttt bills .ommiitss of trt
Quebec legislators htvt pasted t hill lo
amend the charter of the town of Rin_nn.
���kl, whieh will tntblt that municipality
tn tax til religious Institutions of the
the town ovtr tnd above those tint Im.
po��ed according tn the general law, Tht
amount of additional rtliginua property
tiled will he {276.000 Tins means the
tiling of tht Roman Cathnljechurch, tht
biihop't ptltet tnd convent and indiettii
tbt intentisn of tbe municipality to dtfy
Iht chnrcb tuthontiee.
NOTICE.
Votice Is herebv given that 3D days after date
I Intend lo apply to the honorable chief com-
olssonerof lands and works for a special He
n��e locut and carry away timber from the
following desert ed fands. Commencing at a
inst on the north side of Nioola lake ahoct one
nils from the shore and nearh onposlte S"llt-
.-an creek and then, c south <fl chains, th��nce
vest 41) c'>alns, thente >outh 40 chains, thence
nest IK) chains, thence north 40 chains, thence
ast 40 chains, thence north 40 rhalns, Ihence
east 10 chsins to point of commencement.
VV. I BURNS.
Dec. nod, 1906.
\
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given I hat 30 days after date
f Intend to apply to the bon. chief rommls-lnner
of lands and works for special license to rut
and carry away tlmhet from the following described lands, commencing at a post on the nnrth
side of Nicola Uke about ons mile from the
shore and nearly opposite Quilchena creek,
thence south 40 chains, thence west 40 chains,
ihence south 40chalns, thenee west 30 chains,
Ihence north 40chains, thence eest 40 rhalns,
ihence north 40chains, thenca east 10 chains to
point of commencement.
O. B. MURPHY.
Dec. ���nd. ISO.
NOTICE.
Slits days after date I Intend lo apply to
the chief commissioner nf lands and works Mr
Victorit lltctlon March 6th. permission to purchase M0 acres of mountain
pasture land eommanrlng at a post marked J
The tit. tlnn in tht tily of Viotorlt will, __��� McL'a. N. W corner Ihence 8 30 chains.
thence IC 30 chains, ihence N SOrhalns, thenee
IV SOchalna to Initial post. This land Ilea south
and adjoins preemption of Wm. McNeill aid S.
O. Mel .wi In the Aspen Orove locality.
J. O. MolEAN
ttkt pliet nn March 6.   Nomination t
week earlier,  February 27.
It it pouiblt thtt the lion W. TempY
mu will bt oppottd
Ttate-Ttr Regrlitry Offlot.
Hr. J. L 0. Abbot, hit dtoldtd tt rt
aumi bit legal prtctlct, tnd bit accepted
tht sollcitorthlp of tht Mirchinti Hank.
Tbt potition of district registrar of titles
which he hu rtsigned ia to be rtatored
Nicola, Dee. ft. WA.
Horace F. Evans
OEOLOQIST
Ashcroft   _.   _.   g. C.
Mint iiaminations tnd reports, (Is.,
ogical aonditious of Thompton Rivtr
to T. 0. Towakny who htld if htfort Mr.' country t tptcisltr. Ditinttrttlwl tnd
-���boM. j dtptndtblt reports furnished.
Unequalled as a
S-ii,ii,er Resort
Good Fishing and Shooting. Guides and Horses
always ready. Telephone
connections all directions
First Class Accommodation. Terms:
Moderate.
8. KIRBY, Proprietor
yi'lLCHKNA, B. 0.
4 II Kit. (Ullllll
A. R.C Se. l-udoa.
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER
Kamloops, II C.
Assays and analyses ot Ores, foal and In
dnstrlal produoU.
Samples by mall or stage receive prompt
attention.
FOR SALE
A Stock Ranch containing
4740 acres, situated near Douglas Lake, with all necessary implements and also stock. For
particulars apply to
W. M. LAUDER,
Quilchena, P. O.
Sprinfbtnk Ranch. July Uth, 11*06.
-THE-
Bank of Montreal
Capital, all paid up, $14,400,000 Rest, $10,000,000
Balance Profit and Loss Account, $801,855.41
Total Assets        - $158,232,409.51
HONORARY PRnSIDHNT
Rt. Bon. Lord Strnthcont, and Mount Roytl, O. O. M. O.
PRNSIDHNT, -Sir Oeo A Dr-mmond. K O tt 0
VIOB-PRNSIDINT AND OENBRAL MANAGER,       B S. CLOUBTOH
Head Office-Montreal
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits received from  $1.00 and  upwards.     Interest
credired twice a year.
Withdrawals without delay
Banking Business of every description
Undertaken.
BANKING BY MAIL
Deposits may be made and withdrawn by mail,
town accounts receive every attention.
Out of
NTOOLA   BRANCH
A.W. STRICKLAND,
Manager.
BLAIR & CO.
-DEALERS IN-
General Merchandise
Coutlee, B. C.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS & SHOES, HARDWARE
FARM IMPLEMENTS, Etc.
MINERS' SUPPLIES,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
Resident Agenti ln Nicolt for tbe
ROYAL, and LONDON A LANCA8HIRB  FIR- IN.URANC- OOB
STBwA nT'S
NICOLA AND PRINCETON
Id- il, km
L
also General  Livery
Head Office:     -     -     -     Nicola Lake, B. C.
STAGES
Leave Spences Bridge
Every   1 hursday for Nicola Lake,  Kamloops,
Princeton and way points at 6 __ m.
Every Saturday for Nicola and way points at 6 __m.
Leave Kamloops
Every Monday (or Nicola and Spences Bridge
at 6 a. m.
Leave Princeton
Every  Sunday  6 a. m., arriving Spences
Bridge Tuesday 6 p.m.
Leave Nicola
Every Tuesday and Friday for   Spences
Bridge at 6 a. m.
Every Friday for Princeton at 6 a. m.
Special trips made by appointment.
Telephone connection with Kamloops
M. P. STEWART,    -    -    Proprietor THE NICOLA HERALD
LOCAL NEWS
Thomea Hunter returned (rem Prince
on on Saturday.
B-tlneee Loralt
If Ntvtrtliu Horse 8bott trt yoor
choice tome tnd PLEA8I yourself.
8IZE8 1 to ft tt F. G. Ptigi'i, Nioolt.
Dr, 8��rgeant left on Turtdtj (or Kam
toopt via 8peooes Bridge.
Jo. R A. Rithtrdt tnd 8. I, Soloman
������rt in town from Contlee on Stturdty.
Miss Ethtl Woodwtrd nf Lnwtr Nimlt
���tt vltltint with rtlttivtt in Nitolt thia
���ttk.
Ott t Mtnktt (or yonr hortt tt Bar
��� lek't Harnett and Saddltry. Alto t
stotk of Robtt, ttt.
W. Harm .n and C M. Newklrk roil
dents ������( Vofht'a vtlley were vitliing in
Nioolt on Fridty.
J. B flretvtt, mtni.er of tht Douglas
Lake Oattlt Cn.'t rtnchM wtt through
tht vtllty this wtek.
Don't forget tht minttrel show on
Mondty night the 28th. Const ttrly
ltd bring your fritndt.
R Hiztlhurat nf tht Dnoilat Lakt
ranch tnd F Hamilton nf the Spring
btnk rtnth wtre in Niels thit wttk.
Mn, .lot. Marshall hat returned from
tht Forkt whtre sht had heen ttttnding
Mrt. Wm. Voght during her illness,
Mits O'Poorkt trrived in town from
the Ouithnn ranch nn Saturday and Is
trending t few dtyt with fritodt tt
Coutlee.
If yoi trt thinking of building bow it
tht timt to gtt your orderi out to tt to
htvt tht lumber dry whtu the lung days
coast and tht ctrptnttri can work with
nlttiurt. Remember tht namt. The
Nioolt Porttiilt Steam Saw Mill.
Word received from Minnie Itkt tt
porta thti little Miaa Rtllt McEvny Is
improving very well from htr recent
ill Dttt.
let entting la tht order nf tht dty tnd
those hiving need nf it during tht warm
season ire hoiilr tntagtd itoring It while
it It In good condition.
A secondary nperatinn was performed on
John Lindley leal wsek tinrt which timt
he has imprnved rapidlv, ininling him to
return to his hnmt at Lnwtr Nioolt.
Tht Ltdiet Guild of the Chnrch of
England will ht held tt the reeidente nf
Mrs C.D Brnadbent, L��ke View ranch,
on Fridty tfternonn 24th, it n'eloek.
A pooktt knife wtt borrowed the night
of tht Rtilway Soeial. Thi nwntr can
have time hr prnving properly ind tp
plying to Witttr Clark, provincitl con
ittblt.
Tht mtrritgt is announced nf W
Hawkins of tht Cnldspring ranch tnd
Miss Horslty. The happr event will
ttkt plate nn the 21st, it Armstrong.
tt tht komt ol tht hridt.
Mr. tnd Mn F Jacktnn of tht Tn
tnglt nnch teeompanled by Mrs. Mat
thewt tnd Mist RuHmtn were visitors to
Nienlt thit wtek and attended tht Rail
wty 800I1I on Tueadev tvtning.
For up to date job printing ttnd your
irdtrt lo iht Nicula Htrtld office.
Pltet your oidtrt with Tbt Portable
Stum 8tw Mill, all work guarantttd
I ��-���* arrived,fashionable moulding knlvea.
Why need to leave your house unfinished
for want of mouldings. Edgt tnd grtin
Snoring of firs' quality, will nttwetr thrte
floors mad. ol get grain. Window lath
niadl to ordtr.
For tht beat in tht htrnttttnd saddlery
lint, ttt Btrwick't littat coniignrntnt.
CHATHAM INCUBATORS
���nd BROODERS
Dnn't Keep Hem
 Mtke Them  Keep You	
Chatham Incubators are made In Canada
and then- ars thousands In use, _-u-ln��* entire saiisfanlion. Kverj machine guaranteed. Now is the lime t > commence work
and vet your early chickens. Birds hatched
early In March are worth three limes as
much aa birds hatched in Ma> or June,
Prices and Catalogue on Application.
LEEMINC'S HARDWARE
KAMLOOPS
Tht parties inttretted in tha minirg
deals it Aapan Grove havt returned tn
town. R. P. Inglis of Montreal left for
tht tatt on Saturdar, Mr. Wiilisma leav
ing on Tuetdty. Mr. MrKenn will re
main in tht dittriet ind takt thtrge 1 f
tbt properties for Mr. Inglil.
Thin It every prohthility that Nicola
will hart tn np-to dtte hospital shortly
Dr. Tutill it onnttmpltting trtttini 1
building for tuth tn institution end during tht coming tenon it will be in tasur
ed fact. Such in institution dttervn
evtry ano. uragemrnl and Dr. Tntill will
no donbt rtteive tht tupport of tht vtl
ley hi hit tn ttrpnae
WATCH REPAIRING
All kindt of Witch, Clock
tnd Jewelry rtptin done in
firtt claas order and aatiafae-
tion guaranteed. All work
entrusted to our care will be
completed and relurned without delay.
W. N. < AWPBKI.I. et VAX,
C. P. R. Time Inspectors. Kamloops
____  O.  F.
>OURT NICOLA. No. SMI, A.O. T.,
J  second and fourth Frldy In each mnnlb
I i.ni��� In Pnolej'" Hall.    VI
dlaUy Invited.
at In iu, m Pnolej's Hall,    visiting Srethree
Rrv. 0. Mason, r. R.
VV. (illRllon   Mi'RRSY, flaw.
Q. H. BRASH,
Accountant and Auditor
RNAL ISTATI       IN8URAN0I
Ttmportry office��� Sttwtrt't Ktagi   Big
NICOLA, B  C.
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Barrister, Notary Public Ac.
Official Administrator
KBIcs   loMinier, in] Block, eat of Post Office.
Kamloops. R. C,
John D. Swanson, B. A.
Hamster,  Solicitor and   Notary  Puhlu
titter   Kast of the Canadian Hank of Com
merce. south side of Victoria street, Kamloopa.
Hooey to loan on real estate security.
HARDIMAN & 00.
Land Mining tnd Oenerml Supply A_rta
���ton���
Ulolat conlraclors, farm machinery, buggies,
mi ut-, sleighs en Seed for our list of farm
and minlns properties. Reporta on mining pro-
pertiM through the District. Cable address
"Aerum" Codes: Bromhall, More.nftc Neal,
-H.C. ��th.
Wtrts-uet-Cttferd, Nteoit VtUey. a C.
jiivir ku mm
A full stuek of up-tu dtte gondt to
supply tht Harueea tnd Saddlery
trade of Nicola dittriet. Call or
ttnd your orders for
Harness, Saddles,
Saddlery Hardware,
Horse Clothing, eta
Specialty mtdt of Cowboy Outfit..
N. J. BARWICK.
NICOLA ��� B. C.
F. G. PAIGE
General
Blacksmith
CARRIAGE AND IIN WORK
Horseshoing done in a
first class manner. Careful attention given to this
branch of the business.
All Work Guaranteed
NICOLA, H C,
M BEATTIE
A on mutant, Cnmmisnon, Insurance
tnd Gtneral Agtnt.
Ilaln Htreet Ramloopt
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
���010  Wettmlnster   Road
VAJIOOU VRR, B. 0.
Headquarters fnr
PACFC COAST (1R0WN
Harden, Flower tad Field Seeds,
New crop now in imck tnd on test in
our greenhouses. Aak your merchtnt f<>r
thtm in sealed packages. If he don nnt
handle them, we will mail 60 aimrted
5c packages of vegetable and flower seeds
(our own t lection, suitable for B. C. gar
dens) for II.10. Special pricet in your
hulk seeds
B. Q, lii-owr. HtorU ���! Frail Md
Oru��nieul��l Tree*.
Nnw ready for spring ihipment.  Eitrt
nice ttock tl���
. and .1 year old apple tree, at |W per 100
1180 per 1000.
Maynxrd Hum |1 00
1 alien Crime, .year fin - $25 per IN)
Sugar Plum   2 year, line $30 per 100
Full list of other ttock tt regular prices
No tiptntt, lost or delay of immigration
or inspection.
Greenhouse Plants, Floral Work, Res Sup
piles. Fruit Packages, Fertilisers, etc.
Let mi price your list befurt ordering.
Catalogue Free
9011 Westminster Itoad,
M. J FKNRY,
Vakcouvir, 8. 0
OFFICE DIARIES
Every business man
should have one.
POCKET DIARIES
1906 All styles and
prices.
Canadian and Whittaker's Almanac's
Useful information for all.
SMITH BROS
BOOE8TORO
Kami s and Vernon
JAMES SMITH
GENERAL
BLACKSMITH
LOWER NICOLA, B. 0.
All kinds of repair work dnnt in 1
net' tnd satisfactory manntrtnd io ihort
noUtt.
Horseshoeing
"THE PEOPLES STORE.
We are now prepared to take
orders for suits made by Campbell Mfg. Company, Montreal
New Goods to arrive next
week�����___
Ladies' Waist
Skirts,
Nansooks,
Spot Muslins,
Lawns,
Hosiery,
Dress Goods,
Ginghams,
Table Oil Cloth,
Prints,
Linoleum.
A. R. CARRINGTON,
Proprietor.
��� IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH US.'
"��. ill
II
II, D
GENERAL MERCHANT
Lower Nicola, B. 0.
I
COUTLEE HOTEL
COUTLEE. I C.
Jos. Richards,      -      proprietor
Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.   First class accommodation
for travelers and tourists.
Oood BUbllnf la Ooaatetlso. T__.pl.eos Oonneetioa

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.nicoheral.1-0318156/manifest

Comment

Related Items