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Array THE NICOLA
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Vol. I.  No. 11,
NICOLA, B. C, THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1905.
$2 a Year.
FAVORABLYPLEASED
CONSTRUCTION WORK.
Advancing Rapidly  on   tbe   Spences
Bridge End.
CRUSHED BY A LOG r__=T_--fc--THE FOMTH ESTATE
the District.
Work on railway construction is going I
WITH SHOWING OF THE MINERAL ahead rapidly and  laburing  men osn get  AT WOODWARDS  LOOGINO   CAMP
PROPERTIES.
J. H, Hirers of tbe Nlckle Plate Mines,
Looking Over Ten-Mile, Iron
Mountain   and   Highland Valley
all the work they want.
McLean last week started on the tun
nel wurk st  the ten  mile hill and other
portions of his contract aud is getting on
well with the work.
An engineers camp h ,s been moved
near Csnford snd another will be in the
vicinity of Lower Nicula in a few days.
All almig from Spences Bridge up to
the 22-Mile House,  subcontractor! sre
Before nmiy weeks this end of the line
with the work in progress will put more
life into the valley.
What Nicola wants is progress and the
building of the railway will open up a
wonderfully rich country to the outside
world.
To Connect With Nlcola-Pentlcton.
J. H. Rogers of the Nickle
Plate mine, Iledley, and who
has charge of the work going
on on the Bonaparte claims gtw���1 ready to start operations
ahove Ashcroft, was in Coutlee
Thursday and Friday. He
came in from Ashcroft via the
Highland Valley and Ten-Mile
creek. On his trip he inspected a number of properties in
the Highland Valley section
and spent a few days on the
I. X. L. group of claims on
Ten-Mile, owned by J. VV.
Collis. He is well pleased
with the prospects of the I. X.
L. group and has samples of
the ore which he will test with
the view of taking the property up.
In company with Jos. Graham he visited the McGillivray
LOWER NICOLA.
J. Caughlll Narrowly  Escaped  Death
Last Thursday Morning by a Rolling Log.  Badly  Bruised
But Will Recover.
Wm. Votfht was in town today from
ForksdaU,
Thos. Hunter and son Johnnie left yei-
lerday for Kamlonps.
REPRESENTATIVES VISIT THE ASPEN GROVE CAMP.
Bymn  Ein.shaw nf Minnie lake ha.
neeu ,|int,i ill again the psst week.
Their Intention to Describe That and
Other Sections ln Detail  With
Illustrations for Syndicate
of Newspapers.
Miss Kvder who has been visiting with
relatives in Nicola left on Tuesday for     The    Jack-Mac  newspaper
shoving work on their contract*.   Frnm i iir      i _ i>    1        ��� i ,���....      . ' ���> '"- -"p��J~_
*   . ...   Woodward s lowinp: and saw   ' iniiiwaoj,.
the 22 up the contractors are getting their,     ... ����    ���
On Thursday last at F. D,
up tne contractors are getting ...
plans arranged, teams and outnts on the   -'" camP. n���  Lower Nicola,
J. Caughill  narrowly escapet
death by a log rolling on him,as I Wednesday
it was he was badly injured.
Caughill was alone a short
distance from the camp, load
ing logs on a wagon when his
foot got pinioned by a log, an
T. R. Hardiman of Canford, and Mrs.
party, composed  of John P.
McConnell, John Innes, John
' r, were in Nicola on, McD.    Millar,   and   William
MacLejd, have been camped
H. A  Beamish arrived in Nicola Tue..f��r    the.     ,aSt     tenda>'S     '"
lay and will remain a few weeks looking tne Vicinity of the Aspen Grove
iver ,he c"u,,try- mining camp. They have made
| a complete tour of that region
w. Snee clerk in 0. B Armstrong's and visited most of the claims.
.  ���     other log a distance away start- ���f"rp M L"*er Nici,l�� ���" in town on i�� j. ��i_ ;���><,���,:������  ^ j      :l
Arrangement, have been made by Man ; 6 ' __��� mIm It IS the intention   tO describe
ager Stevens, of the local telephone ser N ('"wn  the   hill   Straight   for
Monday evening.
vice, to connect subscribers with th- ('aughil!, but just before reach
Nicola-Penticton long distance line, s��y�� i ���      l- i , ,
n  ii  a c   ���  i   ti, .,' iing him, one end struck a ->g
the Inland Sentinel.   Those subscribers;    �� o
who desire Ihe long distance service will gi'lg    pin    and  swerved   it OfH ' % few days tl
be provided with a long distance  phone SOme the   log  going   OVer him
st  an   additional  charge  of  50 cents a I  i ���, .        .     . ,
���fK.    ti. ,1 islant ways, striking the bowe s
months.      Ihe new service will go into '   ' O "*���'* "
effect as soon as the new office is com : and   crushing  his   head  into
i)1',tedi       I a piece of rotten stump which
To Banquet Duncan Ross, M. P.       j he,had B* h'S ,teld bY-
Arrangements are being made at Green-1      rhe   machinery  at   the mill
that section in detail for the
, syndicate of eastern and west-
H. L. IMIen, C.  P.  R   operator at i
Krone* Bridge .,, , Hrtof to Nicola for er" l)aI'ers they represent.
Messrs. McConnell and Millar were in town this week and
they are enthusiastic over the
Born���At   Lower   Nicola,   B    C,
TVsday   duly 18 h   ,005, to Mr. and  show;      (���  the   cam ,    ���
Mrs. A. (i Collett, of a son. ., �� K
 t Mr.  McCoiiiitil s intention to
describe fully what he has seen
Evening  prayer   will   he held in the ' .
Church of St. Jnhr the Baptist, on Sun-'ln   the  CamP   and judging  by
the opinions he and Mr. Millar
have expressed, his description
ood tn give a banquet to Duncan Ross, ! Stopping  JUSt   about this time,   day, the 90th inst   st 7 15
iron claim, and the coal prop-1 ����� K ���� his return from Ottawa.  This [ the crews hcan| h[s cries and I    ' 	
P     .   ,,   .. . is in recognition of his services in  the |
ties in Loai Pulley, and pre-|h^tf,)r Mi,.,yc,mpBtiti(,n   The bsn., hurried to the scene finding I   Miss Lawrence who has been visiting will do Aspen Grove no harm
diets a great future for the dis- qunt will be non-political in its character, him bruised and fainting. They "i'" h" relatives at Hope returned to! v(r j\IcConneIl predicts a pre-
took him to the camp and Dr. IA,pen *     ' V: "
, Tutill was at once sent for and j
trict when the railway is com
pleted
Boycott American Goods.
Mr. Rogers expects to return    a Shanghai despatch ��sys the boycott i attended to his injuries.
again shortly and had intended "n Amencan """<J8 s"rt,)J on Fridsyl
future for the camp when transportation has made it possible
to ship ores at reasonable cost.
The Ladies Guild of the Church nf St"
I ' John   the   Baptist   will  meet   at   Mrs.
morning.    All   Chinese  shops refuse to [     Cailghlll IS Still  at the camp , p,���ley's on Friday afternoon June 28th, I      It is probable the party after
going  more  thoroughly over 18eii American goods, including Standard as it was not thought advisable j -*���**.  exploring the Similkameen and
this section, but had to return *  A11 ����ho��l. and colleges have d��nd-110 move him  and is receiving I Tulameen HiitnVt. .,11 r*r���m
ed to dt,csrd American books.                                         .        ..           ,,,      J?'    A. Ferguson of Vancouver and form- Uldlllten districts. Will  return
everycare from Mr. and Mrs r  erly of lhe Lw,1mu di,,rlct, 8pent ee, through the Nicola Valley to
to the Bonaparte properties.
Chinese Demands.
A Washington despatch says Chinese
New O. P. R. Service Next Year.
The 0. P. R. intend  next year to put I
ID. Woodward. His injuries are jeral days lately at Coutlee looking over i Spences Bridge in order to s<
and describe construction operations which they will find un-
,a broken ankle, injury to the j "mmg W��*
official notification to the powers that she : on ��� 73 hour ��ervice between the Atlantic  spilie, pelvis, internally   and   a
will not   recognize   any arrangement re    8na P��cific, snd will keep abreast of the  number of bruises on the head.      Kvery available team is engaged haul-    ,
.1, If i . ... L_     ..     f.���.     ......   J... ��� '      inn      , I...      _____!     <-.._     ���__. __X_-     _CI
logging pin he Would   have re-  ~ in course of erection.
caved the full force of its im-!
girding   Msnchuria,   concerning   which ! time>')T K1*'"1!? * i""' up-to dale service       m    .   ,      , ,      .      ,n��!  the   material from Spences Bridge
she has not been consulted beforehand, '" '�����* traveling public. ,   "aCl tfle |��8 "0t  struck  tne for the Bank nf Montreal building which
has   reached   Washington,   and   will be 	
forthwith forwarded to President Ronse
i.   .   n   .     d n * i j Took the Gun Route.
velt at  Oyster Bay.     Before addressing
the   not.   to the neutral p.wers,  China      F"nk   fi��9^   ���   �����*���  �����   ����S petUS Crushing him to death.
sent to St. Petersburg and Tokio an iden- Cr,"!l'��� c"mini"ed Rulclll,) during a dance
tioal  note containing this  notilicatim. : at hia h"n"' Frid��Jr n'��ht'   A g.rl refused CONSERVATIVE ELKCTBD.
The   Chinese   oomtuunication   is  hnefly hl""he '*9t *��><�� "f  th" eVe,""g ��"'d   In the By Election In Albeml Constlt
worded and is eipresaed so that it calls K��v�� ���' '�� �� nv��I.
fer no reply.
Balfour Government Defeated.
Wi
ay.
Gun Boat Blows Up.
As a result of a frightful explosion of
The Church of England  cemetery nn  one of  the main  boilers of the I'nited
the old (iilmore property was surveyed States Gun   Boat  Bennington  in  San
and laid  out in lots M Saturday under  n;a���.   __   _    ,, ���,
.. ___. ,���,.,, "ie��"  K*y   on    Friday,   twenty-seven
the superintendence of S. J. Snloinan.
bodies of sailors are st the morgues snd
between tJO sod 70 members of the crew
uency on Saturday
The rt-eult nf the by-election in Al ;    s,m ""'"'me who has lately been em- are in hospitals.     Maay of the injured
Judge Clement.                   | berni last Saturday gave Manson the dm-  l,l"'",d  "   ,h�� O1*""*"  h"tel.   Spences may die.   The warship was ranch ihat-
Barrister Clement, nf Grand Forks, has  servative candidate a  majority of siyty '"ridge, and fur some time st thu Domin tered, a great hole being torn in the stern.
A London  despatch contains the in   been appointed temporary judge of tbe over  Aitken,   Liberal.    The  campaign ",n   k*M Kamloops, is  in Pr   Kerr's The ship   was  beached  to  prevent its
nounceinent that the Balfour government   o mnty court during the absence of Judge   was bitter and   one   of personalities   hy  ri'"*!'!'"' "����f the Springs, with an ��tt��ok sinking.
waa defeated in the House of Commons' Leamy on account of ill health.                 both  sides.   The  Alberni  const it uency "f pneumouia. The csuse is said to be a defect in th��
Thursday night  by a tiisjonty of three                                      wss opened by the resignation nf W. W,                     boiler,   which  fnr   many  months  was
on the motion to reduce the membership B. Mclnnes,  Liberal,  who accepted the     ,_ ___ .      .��� L     , thought to be unsafe, but which on in-
of iha Irian U_J______ ���    Tk�� k   ,.        A coast politician hai sued a coast daily  VL , Mr. Strickland, who wi    be the man-'
o( the Irish land commission.   The house i _.__,     r,   ��� .'  Ukun governorship. ,__.��,    \      L   .   ,Z spection   waa  reported favorably upon.
adjourned until Monday to wsit the gov-j "ewWer for l,beL    D"rl���� �� c��n>P��'g"   ager of the Nicola hranch of the Bank of    '
ernment's decision regarding  ths crisis, i '"* ** fm^k Uke the ���*���"--��* , Montreal will .rrive in town tomorrow
It is almost certain the government will! f'ullUc��l m,ten <��">#i "d verr f8W |    A Dane arrived from along the con- wcompanied by Mrs. Strickland snd fsra
be rehabilitated by a normal majority.
The view chat Balfour will resign is not
held in circles generally well informed of
the government's intentions.
politicians have reputations that oould be  struction  work  to  Spences Bridge last ''�����   Mr. Strickland haa been for some
The ship was getting up steam preparatory to towing Ihe disabled Wyoming to
Mare island.
Yesterdsy afternoon rstn fell cooling
the atmosphere after the hot days of the
injured by a newspaper article.���Boundary Crsek Times.
Saturday after being mixed up in stab   l'^e manager of the New Denver branch,
bing affray.     He had an ugly gaah across _________
hia throat and mother one acrosa his ab-
'I"''''      ''     V     ';      I""'      ���'""'"-' i'id0mel      Cs^     ""-*",��*��NPW
, ..      ,   . _,        .   .      near The Springs,
fylmg of ait years ago, on the route be-1
twsen here snd Keremeos, and have re-1 ��� Riley'ii blacksmith shop and Mr. Howse's
past week.   During the night heavy rain I placed this with another fyling under the     John E. Bate of Aspen Grove waa in  lot on the corner of Front and Clapperton
 :-*..il -j I .L .    J *    _.!.__      XT-     I.     ft.    a-       II... l-      ' M-     I    _ ... . ���
Senator Bostock s Residence Burned.
Senator Bostock's residence st Ducks,
was burned  to  the ground  late Friday
On Saturday H. E. Wallis, druggist, of
Kelowna, purchased from A. E. Howse
twenty-nine feet of land between Win.  ��'ternoon, and is a total lost.
It waa only last year that Senator Bos
again fell accompanied by severe thunder-, Kamloops, Nicola & Similkameen  dis-  Nicola Tuesday on business in connection'afreet.   The lot is 17(i feet in length and
storms and lightning
I trict.���Hekley Gazette.
, with his mining interests.
faces on both Front and Main street.
tuck erected a large addition to his residence, and it was deemed one of the finest private houses in the epper country. THE  NICOLA   HERALD
-THE
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Capital $8,700,000    Rest $3,600,000   Total Assets (Nov. 1904i $91,000,000
������ftapi ���<���>������>< lt��'|>nrliin-nl
Dep sits nf $1 and upwards received and interest allowed.     The depositor
ia subject to no delay in depositing or withdrawing funds,
Han It ing ���>.��  flail
Accounts of ranchers and other customers residing nut of town receiva
special attention.    Funds may be deposited or withdrawn by mail,
AIIVANIM  MAPS UN  AI'Pm'KIl  Ni'TKS
KAMLOOPS BRANCH,       C. W.
UALLAMORE,
Manager.
THE NICOLA HERALD
Published Every Thursday
Subscription, ln Advance, $2 a Year
Nieoi_ LiKK, D. C.  Jvt I 27, UK ���.
bustible in the soil had been
left���the hillside was as bare
as the bottom of an alkali
(pond."���1'rof. Brock in Canadian Forestry Journal.
NICOLA GOVERNMENT OFFICE.
Efforts  should be made to
The difference  between  a woman and
an umbrella is  that you can  shut, up an
have the government office at umbrella.
Nicola separate from the Kam
CHURCH SERVICE
Presbyterian Church, Nicola Lake:  8er
vices every riaoualh at 11 a.m. and 7:.'tu p.rn
Bible class and Sabbath School, i:80 p.m.
Km. QMMI M \min.
I'resbvlcriau Pastor.
Rkv. John I'vk,
Methodist I'astor.
urch. Lower Nicola: Divine   /���
Is Ii,iyat3ii.n). aud 7:110 p.m.   ���
loops and Princton offices. At
present it is only a sub-office,
the majority of returns made
from it are credited to the other
offices. Besides that this section of the country has so developed in the past few years
to be made more than a sub-
office and also have a mining
division with a mining recorder.    At present the man  in
rriam-f   nf  the   Yirnla   nffi-p ic   Graduate M. G. H and W. H��� Montreal.
Cnarge   Ol   llie   .MLOM   OIU.C IS.      Licentiate of the  College  of  Phy
1       slclans and  Surgeons of the  Pro
government agent, assessor and
collector, sub-mining recorder,
registrar of the court, justice
of the peace,   and numerous
,<i<s<V><s<l<1<WI<s<it
J All the latest I
SOUVENIR I
Postal Cards \
... j
Y\e make a specialty of supply- 7
ing the latest and prettiest of ���
souvenir  postal  cards.     We ���
are  alwaya  watching out for J
novelties in this line. j
Among our collection you will h
find all the very newest of the
fun making cards as well  as X
bca ii'I fill reproductions of points
of interest hereabouts. ���
Our Burnt Leather I
Cards are especially j
Interesting, 4
10 Cta Bach, 3 for 25 Cents \
j Our Only Specialty j
Is doing our level bes' to sup- K
ply our customers with goods j
whnh will   give   them entire I
satisfaction.    We   want  each ���
cualoiner   to   be    thoroughly J
pleased with every purchase he h
or she makes here. |
l'KINCKTON
NICOLA
"WE LEAD, OTHERS FOLLOW"
���NOW THAT���
PRESERVING 5EAS0N
IS ON YOU MAY NEED
QLASS SEALERS
Half Gallons, Quarts, Pints and Rubber Rings
We have them at Right Prices.
I
Come to us for the latest and freshest goods,
a pleasure for us to do business.     We
guarantee satisfaction.
It is
I iinip Oulllls MiliillK Sii|>|.li.-,
Dry t.im.Cs lliiol* ii ml Minis,
Hi ii.s A Miihuiiin    t.i nK I ii in lolt ��� 111;
Lumber
llHrdwarr
Urorrrir*
flour A lord
1
�� MALLERY DRUG GO.
rr
\j
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Methodist Church
-crv icc every l<ord'
Sunday school at 2 p. in.
Jons I'VK,
Methodist Mini-tor.
Gkohiik Mason,
I'rcshyierian Minister.
LIMITED
KAMLOOPS,    :
MRS. TUTILL-MARSHALL
Nlt'OLA LAKE, H. C.
\ince of Quebec.
ALEC D. MACINTYRE
Barrister, Notary Public &c.
:   B. C.      4
t \
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate nf Improvements.
NOTICE
i
Aberdeen, I'lymoulh Queen, Manchester, Lon
d n.  Copuer Belle und   King   Soioman's
Drenin Mineral Claims.     Siliiate  in  the
Nicnla-Kainloops Mining Division of Yule
l)i-tricl    ('liiims located near 10-MiloCreek,
North Nicola.
!    Take no'ice that, 1. -tohn Clappertnn, free
miner's certitca'e No. n"ll 119.1. intend, (ki days
from tbe date hereo', to apnly to the mining
recoiderfor a certifl. aleof iniiirovcincnis, for
the purpose of obtaining a crown grant of the
Official Administrator ��� " Ami''flirt'her take notice that action, under
Other things,    ln Other Sections   Mee-Commcrcial Hlock. essi of Post Office,   section :i;, noisMie commenc d before I ho issu-
��                                                                       Kamloopa, B.C. j a��ce of such certificate 0< improvements,
(if trif nniuinrc   nlaOM nf vprv Dated this ��th day of .lime. Iim.i
oi tne province piact.s 01 very joh.n ci.ai'pehton.
GENERAL MERCHANTS
Forwarding Agents from Spences Bridge to all
points in Nicola and Similkameen.
Agents Nicola Townsite, Insurance Agents.
NK'OLA
PRINCKTON
little importance have a gold
commissioner, stipendary mag-
John D. Swanson, B. A.
Hammer,  Solicitor anil   Notary  1'nMic
Office:   Ea-t of the Canadian Bank nf Com-
NOTICK
Sixty dais afterdate I intend to apply to the
lstrate   Wltii   the   Other   offices irnorce'*nulhMdeof"'t"na,'"'l!el'K";"1""1"- okMco Mnnerof __di and works for per
Money to loan on real estate security. mission to purcha e 10acres of mountain pas-
   tangscommencingat a posi marked a. Mc
lloii^all's posi Nn 1 N. W. corner, thence soulh
HARDIMAN & MAR^nFN �������!"��� thenceK2n,thcnre NKMbeaeeWH
nftnuiiuA^ a, lunnouDii    Ch__. to initial poet,   The land lies west of
I    Land Mining and General Supply Ante   Sew Lake. A. McDOUOALk
ment agent does the same work ��� wthJuiy.MM,
and receives compensation for
same.     In Nicola the govern-
Mining engineer-. Ileportson mining proper-
i lea through the District,   Agors lor mining,
contractors, farm inachinery, wagons. liiiKk-i. a,
with less remuneration,     It is
hoped that efforts will be put I Lai'i, Morsingt n.ai, a. r. c. hi..
.     . Warehou��e-Cnnfurd, Nicola Valley, B. C,
forth to have the Nicola office
distinctly Xicola,giving it credit
for what it produces, and placing the business more satisfactorily to the government and
to the general public.
NOTICK
METROPOLITAN
MEAT HARKET
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Pork
and Sausage
Orders throughout the District receive careful attention and promptly delivered
.It il IA   POO I I 1 Proprietor
Twice a week delivery to Lower Nicola, Coutlee, way points
COUTLEE BLACKSMITH SHOP
ANDREW SMITH, Proprietor
All kinds of Blacksmith work and   Horseshoing done in
Sixiy davs afterdate 1 Intend to apply to the
chief Commissioner of l,aml- and v\'o*ks to
purchase 160 acres of mountain land, commenc- j
    ingat It. (I'dlifTil's, sr., stake, west corner;!
������AH  a ^-i-i   t-i     t-itt a -ato.       re'iBI"K c'l-I SIl chain-; thence west '2(1 cliiiins; I r , .
HORACE F. EVANS    thence north so chain., more or less; tbaDos first Class shape.    Leave your work here and it will  receive
south WlcliHins, nioieor leas. k; n     ���  r      ��� .
June 21. nm.->      b. ouLuroRD, ju.     prompt attention    satisfaction guaranteed.
i;\l>liii<r hikI ��.i o1.iui>I
Of the College of Liberal Art
Having made a careful examination of the
NOTICE
MxtrdtJiftftflTflati I int>nd to mnkfappli-
Thonips^. HoriKimrle Hiid NI&iU dMltolM ���f; ^'ion n tlir --lii_-f ronimi^innrr oflu-.^ and
\>i\v rlHin.t, BriUihrolumbta,in prepared Lo  wnrk:; f!,,r,P'J ' ,'~!?n t0(p���ir,^t1T/i'.H, *??
TIMBER DESTRtXTION.
'While British Columbia has
fiirnUh invenlor" und iniHiiditu inve-iui- with
relkbla r��fportn nn ine nccurrenctol met_JHf��r��
OOi oris, jil-o coaIh, liffalteeotJ nnd llgolto
williin Hie distrii i lodlcnttd,
llwvinK made a cartful cxaminalion of Hie
Coldwaf-T 'onl bedtnf the Ni-'-da Vallc> and
Hat creek countn, w<\ i1c(ii-tii1 iblfl report* mi
llic chameter of th��we cntln and lignite, will be
furni-h'd to InVMUHV and n In r- fhtm *x
aininatinrihhavi' extended over many yearn and
mountain land rtartfni at K. Unllifoid'HKtake
NOTICE
notici-:
sixty days nf' cr date 1 intend to apply to the j
chief connnissi'incr of'ands and work-for per-        ���,
mission to purchase hi acn-a nf mountain pas- ,,   7,l5,>, ,Ry" "f.'eii ''"lc !   ntend t0 -PP'y t��
.,���   liiraKeeoniineneinir at a post marked A. 1,'�� he ( hief (mnmlssloiicr of Unds and Works
No, 91J rinuiimrai chains ca-t, 40 chain < north, ; N. W, corner Ihence H N chains, I heme K 20, 'or permissioni to purahawM acres of mountain
��� chains wast I" ctiahiB s ut.h In Hinriintr po-U   N 20. thence alonK Ki-h Ukc shore to initial t'��sturuKe. Iieinit lot No. 1��0, township (II, kam-
R OI'IJ.IKOKD.      post ��lacres. ANTOINNE LaMI'KON. loops division, Nicola.
Aspen drove, H, C , June l.i, 1D0S. 7th July, lldlS. June Hi. 1MB, ORACK D. TUTI1.L.
in the aggregate a vast supply artqi
of timber, the only timber that
has an immediate market value
Ihe value a- well as cxl' 111 of lliccoal llica-iircs
1 in- given,   ldunliii addn
Cable and Tel addii as, '( nili D.1
^-1 n ft, 1\( .
'  Ahlili.lt.
NOT I i.E.
Thirty days after diic 1 Intend tn imply In
IS that which IS  near  tranSDOr-   theoWi-/eomBi_to_erofl_(_an4��~��afora
1 apeclal licence local ami rarrjtawai timher on
>_��iAfl       Trif ncrrcnf-icrp nf this,     I,e fol'owiiiK described land- siiualed on Ihe
tation.    i ne pt.rceiuageoi mis nnrtliM,1(.���rNl(,,|K|ak��� ���IK)���t m,,,,,,!,,. rjBi
I        i a t i ir      I      chena creek, and ahou on,   mile from tbe Take
loss by tire IllllSt he appallingly   , menclngatapoal msrkadO. it. Murnhi's
'    ,        . . and running 8 40, W 1(0, N W, K110, c lining
lar_e and   unless   active   Steps   leOirrse. Commradngat a poet at eonh west
corner marked U. B, Hurphj and ruiniing n
lu chains, W llln, s III, K Hill io Initial post n
leiolngNOaeree, ti. H. Ml Kilt S'.
Nicola l_ke, July lSlh, KHii Locator,
s. Tingley. AftaL
THE ONLY  MOWER
TO BUY IS
It has the lagest sale of any Mower in the market and is without doubt the
finest made.   Deering Binders are the best.
The Deering
are taken to prevent this destruction, only a relatively small
amount of the timber now standing will ever reach the market.
So numerous are the fires in a
NOTICE.
Thirty days after date 1 intend loapplyto
| the chief coniinis-ioncr of lands and wnrks for
i -pecial ttnenao to onl and i arrj awe/ li't'ber
of ihe following deeorlhed lands situated OB
Hrv    _M_M    th'it    thf��    whnlc   the rorthsldeor Nicola lake and about oppo-
ary   season   mat   tne   wnoie ,lle��U||iva���,,,,,.kill���i, ,���rrill): _ ��� |;(w,
������,.�����-.,���:A..   ~..., ko 1 ,..;, ,1 ,,���     marked  W.   I   Hums and running south 10
countryside may ue buried tin-: ,.h..ms. wes. uo, nor_ io, easi iooto initial poai
. , it     r i I      ',,,n'  ining OeO acroa,   Coinineiiniig at a posi
der a dense pall Ol smoke.     In al the north east corner mil running north io
��� chains, west IIHI, S40, east Hid In initial po.| con-
a dry season like last year the ���-*���������������. w. k. burns^ ;
fire is apt to consume every     M,oia,juiy..-,ih,um   a Tlngle>'Afsent'
NOTICK.
thing.   Last summer I climbed
up a hillside through fine green ���rt>' *W" ��gf date i intend w apply to
r                                     o              o ihp honoralile chief commissioner of lands and
ti'mhcr anrl urmiit   a wpct   l-itnr works for permission to lease for 21 veais.vn
llinuei  rlllU dUOUl   d ween.  Idici aiT(,B mon or h,B|i nf rnn,int4lin p^ntnrp near
d.i                        | Slump Lake, eomoiencing al the N. W. corner
OWI1     the    Same   place of Lot nil and runnings 40. hains, Ihencei W 4(1;
chains, ttgince N60 chains, theoce w 20'hain*.
Iheiee N lo chains, thence K 40 chains, then
S 111 chains, th-nce I 40 chain-, thence B
Not a vestige of anything com -1 '^^uiy^.:!^.   ''n"   ''"'"
Wilflintr     kliee-tleeU     HI     ashes    'hem e N lo eh.iina, thence K 40 chains, thence
WaUlIlg     MICC UCCJJ a3"CS    �� iu chains, th-nee K 40 chain, thence 8 80
Deering Hay Sweepers you can't do without.   Deering Stackers can't be
beat.   Deering Hay Rakes last the longest.   Write or call and see
W. HARGRAYES,
Kamloops, B. C. THE   NICOLA  HERALD
OUR
\
4 OFF
SALE
Is the event of Kamloopa
and district at present.
People know a good thing.
They are getting gund
goods cheap. Rememher
it ia 25 cents off every dollar and the terms are spot
cash.
Our stock is all new. Nn
old goods to work off.
New gooda are arriving
daily to keep our assortment up.
Mail orders filled the day received.
1 F. LAUDER
Exaluaive Outfitter to Men and Boys.
KAMLOOPS, B. C.
BIO BRITISH BATTLESHIP.
Will be Equal to Any Two Now Afloat.
To be Built at Portsmouth.
The construction of the largest and
most powerful battleship in the world is
soon to begin at the Portsmouth dockyard. It is planned to build the vessel
from the laying of the keel plates to the
hoisting of the pennant in a peiiud of 10
months. Thirty to thirty aii months is
the average time at present devoted to
the building of battleships uf smaller size.
The rapidity is calculated t > result in
great economy, but nevertheless the cost
ia estimated at $10,000,000 So heavily
will this vessel be armed that she will be '
equal to any two battleships now afloat,
sod her striking power at such a range as
that at which the engagement opened in
the battle of the Sea of Japan will be aa
great aa any three battleships nf the ord
inary type. The displacement will be
about 18,000 tons. The Dreadnought, aa
the battleship will be called, will mount
twelve 12 inch guna of the latest type,
throwing three 850 pound sheila ever)
two minutes. The vessel will be driven
by turbines, and will be able to steam at
upwards of 20 knots an hour. She will
carry no secondary armament.
The elimination uf the 6-inch guua,
borne by practically all the battleships of
the world hitherto, is one of the main
lessons deduced from the long range ac
tiona in the far east. The essential feature of a battleship in modern conditioni
is now realized, and must be the ability
to deliver m uniting blows at a range of
live or six milea, and this the Dreadnought, with her dozen great guna, will
be able to do with tenltic effect. No
battleship has hitherto mounted more
than four of these weapons.
-THE-
Bank of Montreal
Capital all paid up, $14,000,000 Rest, $ic,ooo,ooo
Balance Profit and Loss Account, $373,988
Total Assets        ....        $ 135, ��� 24,4 5 2.74
PRESIDENT. Rt: Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal, O. O M. O.
VICE-PRESIDENT,        ��� Sir Oeo. A. Drurnmond. K C. M. O.
GENERAL MANAGER - B. S. CLOUSTON
Head Office���Montreal
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Deposits received from   $1.00  and  upwards.     Interest
credited twice a year.
Withdrawals without delay
Banking Business of every description
Undertaken.
BANKING BY MAIL
Deposits may be made and withdrawn by mail.      Out of
town accounts receive every attention.
THE NICOLA BRANCH IS NOW OPEN
G. A. HENDERSON,
Acting Manager.
STEw__ FIT'S
NICOLA AND PRINCETON
I.v
TL
TonpA ,
 _n^^
/xlso General Livory
Head Office:     -     -     -     Nicola Lake, B. C.
STAGES
Leave Spences Bridge
Every   I hursday lor Nicola Lake,  Kamloops,
Princeton and way points at 6 a, m.
Every Saturday for Nicola and way points at 6 a.m.
Leave Kamloops
Every Monday for 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
McAULEY'S
STAGE LINE
Leaves Spences Bridge
Every Tuesday st 6 s. m,, for Nicola
snd way points, returning
Leaves Nicola
Every Wednesday at fi a. m., for Spences Bridge and way points,
Carrying Passenegers and Express. Spec
ml Stages can he secured at any time
THE PLACE TO BUT YOUR
SMOKING OOODS IS AT
J. A SCOTT'S
CIGAR & TOBACCO STORE
KAMUIOl'S
Full stock of Dnmes'ic and Imported Cljjar-,
and the best smoking tobann always on hand
Drop In and enjoy a quiet irame of Hilli rds
Agent for the Pioneer Steam Laundry, Vancouver.   Laundry ship ed every Saturday.
M McAULEY,
Proprietor
Economy.
The following letter was received from
hit sister by a New Yorker who was away
from home on a visit:
"I am sending by mail a parcel con
taming the golf coat you wanted. As the
brass buttons are heavy I cut them off to
save postage.   Your loving sister,
"J .
"I'.S Vuii will find the buttuns in the
right-hand pocket of the coat,"
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby (riven that within sixty days
from datel intend makintr application to ihe
honorable enmmis iouer of lands and works to
purchase 180 acres of pasture land, situated on
VoKhl creek, in the Nicola division of Yale district, situated as follows: Commencing at a
, o.t marked J C S.'s. ri, W. corner placed on
the north bank nf Yoght creek and running
north (0 chains, along the eas'ern boundaiy of
M. P. Stewart's coal claims, number 329and
33, thence running east 120 chains, ihence south
10 chains, thence west 12n chains to point of beginning. JAMES C. SHIELDS.
July 18,1903.
lion is
DOMINION HOTKL, the best house In town
Headquarters for the Nieola, Lewis creek
and Granite creek stages. Every convenience
for travelers and commercial men. Excellent
table and well storked bar. C. J. Robinson \
Co.. proprietors, Kamloops
MONTREAL HOTKL, Kamloops, Napoleon
lAtremouille, proprietor, Mrst class In
eveiy particular. Oood vines, Liquors and
cigars.  Stabling In rnnnwl on.
Hi
Easily Learned
A university professor has just declared
that lying is unnatural and hat to be
learnid. This may be true, but it is remarkable what a short apprenticeship
some people need to serve fur it.-Ottawa
Free Press.
More Doukhobors.
The Doukhobors are p>eparing another
large emigration movement to Canada.
The community at Yakutsh is selling its
property and preparing to leave in a body.
Seawanhaka Cup
The Manchester, the cballeger for the
Seawanhaka Cup won the second series
of races defeating the Alexandria by two
minutes and fifty two seconds.
Unequalled as a
SUiifHf-cr Resort
Good Fishing and Shooting. Guides and Horses
always ready. Telephone
connections all directions
First Class Accommodation. Terms:
Moderate.
S. KIRBY, Proprietor
QUILCHENA, B. 0.
REGGIE I
The well known stallion,
Reggie M., will, stand the season at the ranch of Peter Marquart. Courtnay Lake, B. C.
Terms: $20 at the end of the
season, pasture included,
Peter Marquart.
KAM LOOPS HOUSE, P. Herod, proprietor.
Best stork of wines, liquors and cigars in
the Interior, Just the spot fora nice cool re
freshing glass of beer. When in Kamloops
call In.
GRAND PACIFIC HOTEL, Kamloops, The
nearest hstel to Ihe railway station. The
only covnenlent hotel for travelers. Clots!
rooms, good ta'ile, good liquors. Two large
sample rooms P. A. Harnhan, proprietor.
I Oood stablinr In connection.	
Qi'KKNSHOTKu Kam oops,  B. C    OnH
brick hotel in the city,   Fine wines, liq-
' uors and cigars.   Rates. |1 to |2.50 per day.
Everything In connection with this ho'el Is
first class and up-to-date.    Headquarters for
prospectors and miners. Every ace mndalinn
for guests.   Quiet reading and smoking rooms.
[ Good stabling on the premises.	
ASHCK11KT HO I EL  The most convenient
ho'el for visitors in Ashcroft.   The best of
table board.   Hot ana cold baths.   Our retire-
sentative meets all trains.  Johnson k Perkins,
i proprietors, ���	
GRAM) CENTRAL HOTEL, Ashcroft. Everything up to-date, the house has lately
been remodelled and is now under new man
agement. The bar Is supplied with choicest
brands of wines, liquors and cigars, When in
Ashcroft stop at the Grand Central, George
w ard, proprietor.	
R. M. WOODWARD
Is still doing business at the Old Stand. A
good stock of Lumber constantly on hand.
Orders promptly filled.
Lower Nicola,      -     -     -     B. C
Rosedale Holise, LrovVer j\icola
GENERAL STORE, POST OFFICE, EXPRESS
AND TELEPHONE OFFICE.       -      -      -
S. J. WOODWARD
Ntop nt the
ROCKFORD
FOR CASH ONLY
T
L SALE
Now is the Time to get Goods at Discount
All Boys', Girls', Misses and Women's
Slippers to clear cost price and under
F.E. BURNS-      -   Kamloops, B. C.
HOUSE
Root. Scott, Proprietor
When   traveling   on   the Nicula mad.
Convenient place for travelers with good
accommodation.
Otter Flat Hotel
Charles Deharro, Proprietor.
TL'LAMEEN CITY, - . ��� ��� B. C.
Ile.ili|uarteri for Summit, Rabhitt
mountain, Tulameen river, Boulder, Bear
and Kelly creek camps. Good Fishing
and Boating.
P. O. Address;   Aspen Grove.
Smoko
or
Interior
La Morena
Cigars
(llilON  MAPI)
Inland Cigar Mfg. Co.
KAMLOOPS, B. C.
J. McQUISTON
Mercljaijt -pallor
Geijts furijisljer
Now is your time to se'ect your Summer Suit. Nice
patterns of Scotch, English and Irish Tweeds. First class
(it guaranted.
w. J. kerr       jf yoa Need Anyttwg
Watchmaker.Jeweler ni)CnnrilTrn
KA.OOPSBC  iQARPENTER
All kinds of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
etc., kept in stock.   Wedding presents a specialty.
First class repairs done on short notice
and returned at once.
Line, send your ��ork to the undersigned.
All  orders  finished  in a workmanship
manner.   Cabinet work a specialty.
J. R. IvicGREGOR,
Lower Nicola, B. C. THE NICOLA HERALD
LOCAL NEWS
8. J. Solovan of Coutlee was In Nioola
last Saturday on a business trip.
W. M. Lauder and Peck I'nwin were
. ln Nicola the first of tbe week from the
Springbank ranch.
Robt. Scott of Rockford, spent Monday
and Tuesday in Nicola this week.
A. Roberta and wife of Aspen Orova
were visiting in Nicola on Saturday.
W. Holmes a nephew of Walter Holmes
of Granite creek, came in on Monday's
stage and left the next morning fnr Portland. Ore., to be absent several weeks.
Misa M. E. Lauder is visiting with Mr.
aid   Mrs.   J. N. Moore  at   the Beaver
Joe. R. A. Riehards, mayor of Coutlee,
and Mrs. Riohards were in Nicola last
Saturday.
A. Irwin of Kamloops, Indian agent, is
in tbe Nicola district this week looking
after hia charges.
Fred A. Howse who had been at Spences Bridge superintending freight shipments, returned home Saturday.
Any one wishing to secure a good ranch
with farm implements, stock, etc., should
read W. M. Lauder's ad in this iasue.
Sidney Evans, son ot *\ Evans, court
stenographer, Vancouver, is mending the
holidays with Mr. and Mrs. S. Kirby at
Quilchena.
H. Murk, the barber, will arrive ia a
few days with his family from Vernon,
and will open up business in the shop in
the Pmiley Block.
HARDWARE
SHELF GOODS
MINING MPPLTES
LUMBEU SUPPLIES
McLAt'GHLIN'8
CARRIAGES
WAGONS
MrCORMICK MOWEltS
A full line of the above always kept
in Hock at close prices at
LEEMING'S HARDWARE
KAMLOOPS
FOR SALE
A Stock Ranch containing
4740 acres,situated near Doug
las Lake with all necessary implements and also stock.    For
particulars apply to
W. M. LAUDER,
Quilchena, P. 0.
Springbank Ranch, July 14 h, 1H05.
RILEY HOUSE
NICOLA LAKE, B. C.
First  class board  and  lodging by the
Saturday afternoon a number of tennis day week or month.   Every  attention
enthusiasts and friends will gather at the ��>ven to the travelling public.
Coutlee court, when a series of games j Mrs. Riley, Proprietress,
will be contested,
S. Kirby of the Quilchena Inn, A. T
and Fred Raspberry, returned the first
of the week from a business trip to Van   Horse Shoeing a apecialty
WM. RILEY
General Blacksmith
eoaver and Victoria.
J. A. Soott, proprietor of the up-to-
date cigar and tobacco store and billiard
room at Kamloops, was in Nioola for a
few dayi this week.
NICOLA LAKE, B C.
James Haddock of Ashcroft, who is
accompanied by hie ��on Arthur, left Nicola Tuesday for the Similkameen intend
ino to go as far as Hedley.
Coart Nicola of the Ancient Order of
Foresters will hold its regular meeting in
the Pooley hall tomorrow (Friday) even
ing.   A large attendance is requested.
John D. Kearns of Hedley, represent
ing the Mutual Life of Canada has been
in the Nioola district the past week shoo-
in* the people the advantage of insuring
in the company he represents.
Parties wishing to have their laundry
done up in first class shape, should leave
it at Stewart's stage office. J. A Scoti
of Kamloops, agent for the Pioneer Steam
Laundry, has a bag there to receive same.
LOWER NICOLA
PORTABLE STEAM
SAWMILL--
Is prepared to take cnn'racta for
sawing lumber and getting out
timber.
Uenrral villi�� ontrai�����,�� Executed
PRICKS MODKKATK
Parties wishing  work can  have same
promptly attended tn by applying to
F. D. WOODWARD,
Lower Nicola, B. C.
D. M. French and Robert Pollard
champion fishermen, have been making
some good catches this week in Nicola
river. A few other disciples of (Mat
Walton are attempting to "but in" the
championship circle, with fair success.
Ladles, Attention!
Why bother mixing bread by the "arm
strong" process when you can get an up
to date Universal Bread Mixer at the
"People's 8tore," Carrington's, for $3 50
���twenty per cent cheaper than anywhere
else in tbe valley. Leave your orders
wish us." J
Rooms To Let-Vancouver.
Dining room and two bedrooms, use nf
kitchen and bathroom. Near English
Bay, within three minutes walk of car
Addreas: 1740 Barclay street. *
TAKE
IT EASY
During this hot weather, donl try
to oook and "fuss ' around shot
Stove. You lose your p< lence,
and the rest of Ihe family lose
their appetites. uat "take it
easy" and serve these
.lellndVeal  2.V
Ji Hied Tenderloin  3oe
Chicken Tamale, 2 tins  25
Chicken, boned, tin  M
Duck, "   25e
Turkey,      "   35
Cambridge Sausage  20
Finnan Haddie, 2 tine  25.-
Kippered Herring, 2 tins  25
Fresh Herring, tin  10.
WE'LL PLEASE YOt'K PALATE
McLEAN & GO
KAMLOOPS
EVEKVTHINU  IN FHl'IT
Harness
and   Saddlery
Now is the time to buy your Harness and Saddlery. I have in
stock a full lin e ��� gotdssuitable
to the trade. .Saisfaction guaranteed.   All kindt of
Ri:i'Aiiti\<;
Harness, Boots, Shoes, etc., done
neatly and promptly,
N. J. BARWICK,
NICOLA LAKE,      ���      .      B C
F. G. PAIGE
General
Blacksmith
CARRIAGfE AND WAtiON WORK
Horseshoing done in a
I first class msnner.   Careful attention given to this
branch of the business.
All Work Guaranteed
M BEATTIE
Accountant, Commission, Insurance
and General Agent.
Main si i eel .     Kamloops
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
8010  Westminster  Road
VANCOUVER, B. O.
B. C. Grown Slock   ol Fruit and
Ornamental Trees.
Apple Tien; I and 3-year olds: 11,5 to $20 per
100. aeeordina to variety.   One-year-olds, I to 5
'eel. (I JL'lier KM).
Kxtia niee stock of Cherry Peach, I'lum,
Apricots, etc., now growing for fall orders. No
���xpense, loin or delity of fumigation or Inspee-
tion. Let me pri'-e your list before placing your
oider   CsUlogfree.
Oreenhousc Plants. Floral Work, Bee Supplies, fruit Packages, Fertilizers, elc.
M. J. HKNRY,
:WI0 Wesiminsier Koad,      Vancouver, B. C
WATCH REPAIRING
All kinds of Watch, Clock
and lem-lry repairs dune in
6rst cUss order and satisfaction tiusranteed. All work
entrusted to our care will be
completed snd returned without delay
W. v|. CAMPBELL A CO.,
C. P. R. Time Inspectors. Kamloops
VACATION
Me ma ynu want a
J^ODAK
'I ake pictures of the places
you go to and the people you
meet. Half the pleasure is
lost without one. We have a
complete stock
SMITH BROS
-3 OOKSTORE
Kiinlnnps and Vernon
Agents for I'n-'uian Kodak- and Supplies.
JAMES SMITH
GENERAL
BLACKSMITH
LOWER NICOLA, B. C.
"THE PEOPLES STORE."
ARRIVING EVERY WEEK
FRESH GROCERIES
Our Leaders in Teas are Marigold
Nabob and Salada- all Favorites
LAKE OF WOODS FLOUR
We have constantly on hand
Hardware, Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Miners' Supplies, etc.
At Right Prices
The Soda Fountain is now in full blast.
Ice Cream Daily.
JUL
General Agent Excelsior Life Insurance Co.
Notary Public.
NICOLA LAKE, B. O.
" ir PAYS TO DEAL WITH US."
NEW SPRING GOODS
ARRIVING DAILY-���
We are in a position to show you one of the best assorted stocks ever placed in Nicola. We have secured
the newest and most fashionable goods, so you can depend on anything you see here as just right for style,
quality and value.
We lead and will convince you so that you will
leave us and be well satisfied with our goods,
New Dress Goods
New Skirts
New Silk Waists
New Shoes
All of the Best and Prices to suit the pockets.
See and be Convinced.
Lumber, Flour and Feed always on Hand.
i, m
GENERAL MERCHANT
Lower Nicola,        -        -        B. C.
GOUTLKE tfOTEL
COUTLEE. B. C.
Jos. Richards,      -      Proprietor
All kinds nf repair work done In a
neat and satisfactory manner and in short
notice.
Horseshoeing
Headquarters for Mining Men for the Nicola
District.  First class accommodation
for travelers and tourists.
Good Stabling ln Connection. Telephone Connection

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