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Array m PAYSTREAK.
look 6
Sandon, march 15, 1902
Chapter 25
Zocal Concentrates.     \
I, J. Hickey  returned from Spokan
Jterday.
Charlie   Hunter   is   gazing   on  fhe
lendors of New York.
)r, A. Milloy spent the week in lown
kctising his profession.
The fishing season has opened on
Slocan and Kootenay lakes.
Catholic church costing $3,000 is
built in Kaslo this summer.
|ing Pong has hit Cody and is mak-
flank movement on Sandon.
ivfc Leitch went down to the
won Springs yesterday to spend a
days.
The provincial government has not
appointed any license commission-
in Sandon.
lAssayer Robinson of the Slocan Star
eposes visiting the  Coost for   a holi-
\\ in a week or two.
* Neil Gelhing is doing  assessment on
claim of hi* below lown adjoining lhe
Vonderful properties.
J. D. Giegerich made the round trip
bo Nelson this week, visiting Slocan
ICity Nelson, Ainsworth and Kaslo on
Kls tour.
Rev. Roberls of New Denver will
preach in the Methodist church here
tomorrow. Rev. John Pye will preach
in Slocan City.
Wm. Innes spent a couple of days in
town this week. He is foreman at the
Transfer, which is located on the Arlington ledge, near the head of Springer
creek.
Bernard Macdonald is back again in
the Kootenay after a trip to the Old
Country. Barney may have the germs
of another strike cached about his
clothes.
The Filbert Restaurant has changed
hands, Gus. Almgren, formerly of the
Miners' Hotel, taking it over. He
dishes up good rilling and will make a
success of his business.
William Row en, Esq., more familiarly known as "Windy Bill," is visiting
the St. Leon Springs. Dan Kelly, the
famous tragedian, is also out of town
at present, investigating the resources
of Grand Forks.
The annual ball of the Miners' Union
Hospital will be held in the Union Hall
on Monday evening tlv 171I1. It will
be the society event of season. No
one who makes any pr ions to being
in the swim will miss
Fred Lowden was smothered in a
snowslide on the Kokanee range near
the Mollie Gibson on Saturday night
last. Chis Sherbet, his partner, succeeded in digging his way out, making
a most miraculous escape.
Monday is St. Patrick's day. Saint
Pat was the man who discovered the
four-leaf clover and banished the snakes
from Ireland. It is worthy of mention,
however, that there is no such word as
snake in the pure Irish language, which
would seem lo indicate that the story
about the ancient Mick chasing the
reptiles into the sea is something of a
fable.
The K. R. & N. Co. will sell tickets
for the Easter holidays at fare and one
third for round trip. Selling dales to
be March 27th, 28th and 29th, limited
to return up to and including April 2nd.
Tickets good over their lines only.
The Nelson Tribune is in the hands
of the sheriff, The Nelson Miner is
offered for sale by the Imperial hank,
the Sandon Mining Review is worrying
along between life and death on government pap, and the Lardeau Eagle is
looking for a purchaser. The newspaper biz in the Kootenay has its cares
and sorrows.
The outfit of Carlson & Porter was
sold by deputy-sheriff Conruvt at auction on Saturday under judgment
secured by H. Giegerich. The judgment amounted to about $4,700 and
the outfit brot a little over $1,100, being hot partly by Mr.* Giegerich,, while
the live stock was bot by Wm. Power
���Kootenaian.
The Great McKanlass and his Alabama Wnrbfers occupied the attention
of a fair sized audience on Wednesday
evening in lhe Union Opera House.
McKanlass himself is undoubtedly a
great violinist and his daughter, Miss
Birdie McKanlass is without a doubt
an accomplished singer. The rest of
the company should have been left in
Alabama.
Strenuous politics.
There is nothing monotonous or
effeminate about politics in British
Columbia. On the evening before the
Prior-Bod well election in Victoria the
I riorites rented the theatre to hold a
meeting in, and undertook to shut the
Bodwell gang out until they had the
halt filled by the stage door with their
own followers. But it didn't work
The Bodwell crowd went into a bar
room next door and broke thru a three
foot stone wall with sledges and drills
to make a door for themselves. A
general mix-up followed ; several ribs
were broken, the theatre furniture was
demolished, most of the women in the
house fainted and the ambulances did a
rushing business for a while. Such is
life and politics in the wild and strenu
ous west.
?s this torn tighe ?
A dispatch in last Saturday's Spokesman-Review which is supposed to refer
to Tom Tighe, formerly foreman at the
Ruth, ran as follows :
Butte, Mont., March 6.���A special lo
the Miner from Winston, Mont., says a
fatal stabbing affray occurred at the
East Pacific mine, in which Foreman
Tighe almost instantly killed Paul
Koch. An altercation occurred between the two men and they came to
blows. The miners present separated
the two, when Tighe siezed a bread
knife and slashed Koch across the face.
He then plunged the knife into Koch's
breast, who fell to the floor and expired.
the Silversmith.
ONLY A PROSPECT, THE WHITE
PEOPLE SAY.
The tunnel on the Silversmith is now
in 400 feet and gives a depth of 250
feet on the vein. The ledge, which
has been twisting considerably and lay
pretty flat, is now taking a decided
strike and is straightening up. The
ore chute has never left them since first
discovered and in the face is a veritable
bonanza. The whole face of the tunnel
is in ore and there is every indication
that another of those phenomenal showings which have made the Slocan Star
properties famous is being opened up.
There are only five men employed in
the tunnel and no stoping is being
done, yet several carloads of clean ore
have been sacked in the ore house or
lie broken in the mine. The ore is
high grade, carrying considerable gray
copper. A trail is being opened from
the mouth of the tunnel to the No. 5
pocket of the Slocan Star tramway, so
that the ore can be easily shipped. A
two-bucket tram will probably be built
in the spring to connect the Silversmith
tunnel with the mill, so that the ore can
be sent down in bulk and crushed at
the lower end.
Winnipeg Wins.
MONTREAL HOCKEY TEAM DID
NOT SCORE.
Winnipeg, March 13.���The Winnipeg Victorias successfully defended the
Stanley cup tonight in the first match
with the Montreal hockey team, but
only one goal was scored, and thai by
the Victorias 12% minutes after play
had started. The ice was in terrible
condition for play, cut up badly and
covered in spots by two inches of water.
There was heavy cross checking by
both teams and Referee MacFarlane
had the Winnipeg men on the fence at
very frequent intervals. Liffiton and
Marshall put up strong hockey for
Montreal, while Flett, Scanlan and
Bain were the mainstays for Winnipeg.
The latter played purely on the defensive during the last half and won the
game 1 to o. Both goal keepers did
splendid work and stopped many hot
shots.    The players were :
Winnipeg Montreal
Brown goal Nicholson
R. Flett point Hodge
M. Flett cover Boon
Johnston forward Marshall
Bain Liffiton
Scanlan Hooper
Gingras Gardner
Referee���W. MacFarlane, of Winnipeg club. Umpires.���D, W. McLean,
Victorias : S. Fernie, Montreal.
mining Float.
Silver, 54 #
Lead, ��\i, 8s, qd.
The Hartney mine at New Denver
has been closed down.
The Enterprise, Ten Mile, is shipping
three cars of concentrates a week.
The force at the Hewett has heen
temporily reduced to 18 men. A strike
of 2% feet of shipping ore it 800 feet
depth has been made on the   property.
There was no ore shipped over lhe
C. P. R. this week. The K. & S.
handled 100 tons. The Reco shipped
two cars and the Last Chance, American Boy and Sunset one each.
On the Fisher Maiden. Four Mile,
the ledge was struck in the lower tunnel a few days ago' and shipments will
soon be commenced. The properly
was recently listed on the Spokan stock
exchange.
The rawhide trails to the Reco, Sunset and American Boy were blocked by
the heavy snowfall of Saturday and
Sunday last, but have since been
cleaned out and shipping is going
along steadily.
Tkaslo Wisdom.
The Kootenaian says:���The Paystreak devoted some three colums of
space to an attack upon G. O. Buchanan last week, The only difference between Mr. Buchanan and the editor of
The Paystreak is that  the parties moat
interested have requested Mr. Buchanan lo go to Ottawa to look after their
interests and have entirely overlooked
the editor of The Paystreak. If he
studies the question a little longer
probably he will be included in tlie
next pilgrimage.
From this we take it that the Kootenaian has it put up that The Paystreak
is jealous of G. O. Buchanan's success
in getting his fare paid to Ottawa on a
junketing tour for the C. P. R. This
is an argument in favor of protection
that we were entirely  unprepared   for.
dtp Council.
The city council held an adjourned
meeting on Monday evening at which
not much business was done. Tenders
were received for the lumber for the
flume from G. O. Buchanan at $16 per
M.; Yale-Columbia Lumber Co., $12
less 5 off for cash, and D. J. McLaeh-
lan $11.50. The order was given to
the Yale-Columbia company for 60,000
feet, to be delivered  immediately.
The committee preparing the assessment for '98 and '99 reported progress.
The board of works was empowered
to buy a new set of harness for the city
team.
B Ibockep (Same With Koss*
land.
Rossland hockey players have inj-
mated their desire to visit Sandon and
play a game here, so yesterday the
wires were used to set a date. Arrangements have not been completed,
but it is very likely that the game will
come off on Monday or Tuesday. the  papstreak, Sandon, B. C, march 15.
the Canada northern.
What Bnnsmniv and Ban propose to XLake
from the province.
The following is the full text of the
Canada Northern agreement which the
British Columbia legislature will he
asked to indorse:
Whereas the company are now constructing a  line of railway  from   lake
Assembly of the province of British
Columbia of an Act ratifying this
Agreement; and upon completion of the
railway the said shall be returned to
company or their nominees, and in
| event of the security before mentioned
Superior, in the   Province of Ontario, j being deposited   with  the company in
into the N orth-West Territories, with
the ultimate object of reaching the
Pacific seaboard:
And whereas lhe company  have pro-
cash, the government will allow to lhe
company,  for such  time as the  money
security shall  remain  in the  hands of
! the government,   interest at the rate oi
posed to the government that if aid is I three per cent, per annum,
given to them by the province of! 4. Te aid the company in the con-
British Columbia they will, with all struction ofsuch railway, the govern-
reasonable expedition, commence the ment will grant to the companv for
construction of a line of railway from each mile of said railway the following
the seaboard of British Columbia, from grants, namely:���
a point at or near Bute Inlet, to the j (a) For the first fifty miles of railway,
eastern boundary of the province of commencing at Bote Inlet, the sum of
British Columbia at or near Yellow head forty-eight hundred dollars ($4,800) per
Pass, to join with  their railway system   mile.
at or near the Y llowhead pass, within
the hereinbefore mentioned time and
according to the terms of the agreement.
CONTINUED ON PAGE 3.
Gale's *%
AND BATH ROO/IS
mnnnnr
Is the best Tonsorial   Establishment in the Slocan.
now being   built from lake  Superior as
aforesaid :   ^^|
(b) From  the  end ot the  first   fifty
miles ot  railway, commencing  at Bute
4*4 *!* \u
*l> *l> '4V
Balmoral Building Main St.
QBAPHOPHONH FOR BALE
In good condition. Twenty
first-flnss records. Large brass
Horn, fioiicj- cheap. Addrcsn
P. O. Box, 219, Sandon, Ii. C.
Certificate    of    Improvements.
NOTICE.
And whereas the company have Inlet to ii point at or near Quesnel, ap-
agreed with the government, in con- j proximately one hundred and hfty miles
sideration ot receiving the cash subsidy , the sum of four thousand dollars
and the grant of land hereinafter  men-   ($4,000) per mile.
tioned, to build a standard gauge rail- (c) From a point al or near Quesnel
way between the said points on the to the eastern boundary ot" British Col-
terms and conditions, and subject 10 j umbia, al or near Yellowhead Pass, the
to the provisions hereinafter in this >um of lour thousand five hundred
agreement set forth. dollars ($4,500) per mile.
Now,     therefoke,    this   AGREEMENT       5. The   said   mile,tge grant   shall be
WITNESSETH as follows:��� payable to the companv   when  and as
1. The company convenani with the soon as a certificate from the engineer
government to layout, construct, equip, appointed by the government is given
fully complete and maintain, or cause to the government, that the companv
to be laid out, constructed, equipped, j have built twenty miles of railway of
fully completed and maintained, a line ! the quality and in accordance with the
of railway, with all proper terminal terms of this Agreement, and so on the
facilities, from a point at or near Bute j government will pay to the company
Inlet to the eastern boundary of British > for each succeeding twenty miles of
Columbia in the vicinity of the Yellow- railway, until the whole line is finished
head Pass, which said railway, when j between Bute Inlet, aforesaid, to a
fully completed as aforesaid, shall be a \ point on the eastern boundary of British
standard-gauge railway, and up to the Columbia at or near Yellowhead Pass;
general strndard of like gauge trans- provided, however, that the company,
��� continental railways, and which said ; in lieu of cash, shall take and receive
railway shall be the property of the 1 rim-year debentures, or inscribed stock,
company,,..,. 0f the   Province of  British  Columbia,
2 Tlie company shall commence j bearing interest at the rate ol" three per
work on the construction of the railway j cent, per annum, half yearly, and at
on or before lhe first day of June, A. I). | a fixed value of Q5 cents on the dollar,
1903, at a point at or near Bute Inlet If the government determine to grant
aforesaid eastward to a point in lhe j the aid in that way instead of in cash;
vicinity of Quesnel, and thence lo the | and in the event of the bonus bein
eastern boundary of British Columbia
at or near Yellowhead Pass.
3. The  company   shall,    before  the
LOST.
About two weeks ago on the
train between Koseb,��ry and
Sandon, u Small K?d Leather
Hand Satchel, containing mo mo
toilot articles. No name on it.
Anyone returning same to C. P.
IL agent here will receive reward.
Notice of Dissolution.
NOTICE i��� hereby Riven 'hat thi partnership
heretofore existing between the undersigned
0*trying on buslhest of hotel-Keepers at the
Palace Hotel lathe City of Sandon, Britinh
Colombia has thi* day heon disolved l��.v
mutual coueeut. All accounts due to the
���aid partnershiputv payable to M. A. Gardner,
erho will pay nil outstanding account*
sgainst the same ami who will continue the
business o( the said partnership.
M. A. GARDNER,
PETE WESTBRBCBG.
Datedjat S*iii-lon. British Columbia,
this llth day of February, A. !��., livn.
NEW    ENGLAND,   SCOTLAND   MINKU\|
CLAIMS ANI�� HALIFAX FRACTIONAL
M IN Kit A L CLAIM
Situate in the Slocan Mining Division <>f \V.,t
Kootatlay District    Where lo,:,��.���,!���   <,h
Tributary creek, adjoining the t'cdiiinl.u.
TAKE NoTICF. that 1. T. W. Oerrard K-
Miner's Certificate No RlTTIK. actintr ikMiKviit
for George Kyd I. Free Miner's Certiri, tats X
B.Vtl.'x). intend, sixty days from the date bend
to apply to the  Mining Recorder for u (Vrtj.
finite of linprov, inetits, for  the purj  ,,f
obtaining a Crown Grant of the above clahm,
And further take notice that action, and*}
section .'17. must he commenced before the U
>unine of such Certificate of Improvement*,
Dated  this 31st liny of  iJeeemher, A   l1 1M
T W GERHARD
Certificate of Improvements.
SiVTVCK.
PAMLICO   AND  BELL MINERAL   CLAIMS
Situate in the Slocan Minim.' Division of We��l
Kootenay    District   Where    locate!    On
IVi'.t Fork of Cody Creek
TAKK NOTICE that I.K lf.8anditand��Frv<
Miner** Certificate No B5SS4X,aotlnjjfas agi   I
f.,r Volney. It. Williamson Free  Miner'*Certi
hcate,  -No  BUOBB, J    D   Farrell Free  Mii.r-
Crtiti.ate No. Bfftsvand Charles Hall, r fnt
Miner'* Certificate No   B.Ytti��,  intend.  ��i\t\
day* from   the  date hereof,  to npph  t<, tlie
Mining Beoorder for aj Certificate of Improve
ntants, for "he pnrpoct of obtaining a Crown
Grant of the above claim-,.
And further take   not ice that   action, tinier
.-.ection .'i7. must be oommenoed before thei*
-.nance of snoh t'.-rtiilcateof [mprovi mentj
E. M   SAN1 II.ANI��
Dated this lflth day ol January,19W.
commencement of the said work, give
security for lhe due performance of the
work herein provided for in the sum of
fifty thousand dollars, not as a penalty,
but as liquidated and ascertained damages due.to His Majesty, in the right
of the Province of British Columbia, in
case of default, conditioned that the
railway shall be completed from a point
at or near Bute Inlet to eastern boundary of British Columbia within five
years of the passage by the Legislative
 m
paid   in   stock    or    debentures,     the
government  may  hand   over  and  the
company shall   receive,    the  difference
between the agreed   fixed   value of the
bonds and par in   fifty-year debentures.
6.  It is agreed that the  government,
in addition to the foregoing, will grant
to the company, lands in the districts of
Westminster, Lillooet and Cariboo, not
exceeding 20,000 acres for each mile of
standard gauge   railway, as  aforesaid,
constructed by the companv, upon condition oi their constructing the said line
of railway   between Bute   Inlet and the
eastern boundary of British  Columbia,
Dissolution  of Partnership.
NOTICE is hereby (riven that the partner*
*hip heretofore existing   between  Passe &
Hansen, carrying 00 business at the Union
Hotel lias I.cell disolved All hills due to the
mi id firm must he paid forthwith to Charles
Hansen, of the new firm of Hansen & Luwson.
who will continue the business,
HIRAM PASCO.
CHARLES HANSEN.
Dated at (Sandon this L'tfth day of Peb. 1800.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
BLACK    HAWK   FHAtTION   AND  FRANK
FRACTION A I. M IN KRAI. CLAIMS.
Situate In the Bloeao Mining Division ol w.-t
Kootenay Ldstiiel Where located. On
Noble Five Mountain,adjoining American
Hoy Mine.
TAKK NOTICK that I. \V I'M, iy, set.
Ing as agent for the American B01 Ml
and Milling Company Free Miner1* 1
No. BUM*, intend, sixty day*from d its bereol
to apply to the Mining Booonlerfora (Vrtiti-
oatoof Improvement*, for the purpose of obtaining a Crow n Grant of 1 ��� above claims.
And further take notice 1 tion under
Motion   .'17   must   Ik-  commenced before,  tlit
LssUaiiceof suchCvrtihcate- "i Improvements
W    I"   MACK AY.
Agent:
Dated this 1st day of March, A l> inn.
NOTICK.
NOTICK Is hereby given that Union Block
Script No. 181, issued to M. McGuigan, August. 88, 1901, hus been lost by the undersigned
Parties linding the same will please return to
the secretary of the Sandon  Miners'   t'nion.
M. McGUIQAN.
Hated this 18th day of February, 1!HI2
NOTICE
TO   DELINQUENT    CO-OWNERS  OF  '
SILVKR CfiORL MINERAL I 'AIM.
UK
Dissolution of Partnership.
NOTICK U hereby given that the partner'
ship heretofore existing between the under*
signed, heretofore carrying on business in the
t'niccti Block. Sandon, B. ('., has been dissolved
by mutual c'onseht.
ALL   ACCOCNTS   due  to   the  said  firm
must he paid to VV. .1. Patterson.
JAMKS M. PATTERSON.
VV. .1. PATTERSON.
Hated at Sandon thin lHtli dav of Feb., liHtf
To .1. R Cameroil and A. R Porteror ai\
parxonorpeisouM to whom they may ha\e
ttasigned their int. rest, in tjje. Silver Chord
Mineral Claim, situated near Sandon mei
registered in (he Reeorcler's oftic.' for the,
Sloiuii Mining l>i\ islon.
You are herehv  notified thai   I.   Philip '
Hickey. aeting as agent   for .1. i). Farrell ami
Volney D. Williamson, have caused bo be expended one hundred dollars In   labor and improvements upon the above-mentioned miner
al claim under the provisions of the Mineral
Aot, and if within ninety days from the date
ol this notice you fail or refuse to Obntribute
your proportion of such expend it nre. togetla"
with all costs of advertising, your Interest m
said claim will become the property oi "cc
subscriber under Section j of an Act entitle"
-An Act to Amend the Mineral Aot, l��C
VOLNKV 1>. WILLIAMSON.
.1.0. FARRKLI.
[I'lIILlP J. HICKEY, Agent.]
Doted this 18th Day of January, i:>n-'.
The  Kootenay Hotel is adjacent i"
the &katitlg  rinU, hut  is not  running
.opposition.      They   handle  a  different
I kind of skates. the papstreak, Sandon, B. C, march 15.
the Canada Northern.
C0NT1NCED FROM PAOB 2.
Wj.  Upon the company filing with the
immissioner of lands and works a map
wing the general course and director the said railway and the lands to
traversed, there shall he reserved a
kct of land twenty miles  on each side
tlie proposed  railway,   which reser-
ktion shall have for its western bound-
a line running approximately north
I south and being at   a   distance of
miles from the head of Bute Inlet :
rovided, however, that if after the
completion of the line of  railway   it is
ind that the reserve does noi contain
ffficient land to satisfy   the   proposed
int, the company shall he entitled to
?as of Crown  lands   in   the districts
itiguous to the   said   reserve,   to he
leu up in hlocks of not less than one
square, and granted   to the   com-
iy in such a manner as the lieuten-
Jt-governor-in-council may determine,.
make up for such last-mentioned de-
fiency.
8. As the work of construction upon
le railway proceeds, the lieutenant-
r|fovernor-in-council will, on the completion of the sections as hereinbefore
Mentioned, issue Crown grants in favor
(ofthe company, as the company may
,froni lime to time request, in the terms
I of the schedule hereto.
9 The land e irned by the company
shall be granted in the following man-
ner, that is to say :���
(a.) When the first fifty miles of rail-
wav from a point at or near Bute Inlet
easterly is completed, the land earned
under said section shall be granted to
the company out of the reserved lands :
(b ) When the railway is completed
from the latter point to a point at or
near Quesnel, the lands granted to the
company between these two points shall
be granted to the company out of the
reserved lands : *'���
(c.) When the line is fully compled to
the satisfaction of the lieutenant-gover-
nor-in-council to a point on the e istern
boundary of British Columbia at- or
near Yellowhead Pass, the balance of
land grant shall be granted to the company.
io. The company shall be entitled
to unoccupied Crown lands, and to
make up for any lands which, before
the selection by the company, shall
have been alienated prior to the reserve
by the Crown, or held by pre-emption
or as mineral claims, upon satisfactory
proof to the lieutenant-governor in
council of such facts the company shall
be entitled to equal area of Crown
granted land in the said districts, to be
taken up in blocks of not less than one
mile square, to be granted to the company from time to time as the works
proceeds, in such manner as the lieutenant-governor in council may determine, and in localities as near as
practicable contiguous to the lands
reserved.. . ,
ii. The government shall grant to
the company rights of way not exceeding two hundred  feet   in   width along
the line of 'railway and such Crown
lands as may \pc necessary for terminal
purposes, sidings, stations, sheds,
wharves, warehouses, embankments,
cuts, bridges, culverts, drains, and
other works and approaches thereto.
The Crown lands mentioned in this
section shall be limited to such quantity
as the lieutenant-governor in council
shall consider reasonable and necessary
for the purposes of the company.
12. The land to be* granted to the
company shall not be subject to project to provincial or municipal taxation
until alienated by lease, sale, agreement for sale, or otherwise by company, whichever event may soonest
happen, and the railway and equipment and station grounds, workshops,
buildings, yards, tolling stock, appurtenances and other property required
and used for the construction, equipment and working of said railway, and
all personal property owned or possessed
by the said company, and the capital
slock and revenues of the company
shall be free from provincial and municipal taxation until the laps of ten years
from the completion of the railway.
13. Nothing in this agreement, and
no grant to be made hereunder shall be
construed to interfere with free, miners
entering upon and searching for minerals and acquiring claims in accordance with the mining laws of the province, and they shall also have the right
to acquire the surface of mineral claims
from the company except where such
claims are within the immediate vicinity of railway lownsites ; in such cases
the price to be determined shall be
arrived at by arbitration under the provisions of the Arbitration Act; in other
cases the price shall not exceed $t> per
acre, and the company agree to, dispose
of the same to mineral claim owrfers
lawfully acquiring claims within the
lands granted hereunder in accordance
with the provisions of the mineral laws
ofthe province at the time of the signing of this agreement.
14. All lands granted to the company
shall be subject to all the royalties upon
coal, timber and petroleum, according
to the land laws of the province as they
stand at the time of the signing of this
agreement.
15. The company agree that they
will, after the completion of the first
100 miles, enter into an agreement satisfactory to the lieutenant-governor in
council that they will maintain and
operate a suitable ferry of the requirements necessary for the transportation
of passengers and freight between the
terminus of their railway on the seashore on the mainland of British Columbia and Vancouver Island, to join
with the Comox and Cape Scott Railway, it being the true intent and meaning of this agreement that the company
will within the time for the completion
ofthe railway contemplated under this
agreement in British Columbia, operate
a continuous line from the eastern
boundary of British Columbia to a
point on the seaboard at or near Bute
Inlet, thence by   ferry   to   Vancouver
Island, to join with the line of railway
which has its terminus at or near the
city of Victoria.
CONTINUED ON PAGE 6.
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The Denver.
MAUR1EN & MAGLIO.
Cody Ave. Sandon
Comfortable Rooms
Reasonable Rates
Sandon Cartage Co.
WALMSLEY & McPHERSON
Express. Baggage,
and Cartage.
Delivery to all   Parts of the City.
A Quiet, Orderly, Homelike Hotel
Sandon   Bottling
Co.
C. A. BIGNEY.
Manufacturers oi
Carbonated Drinks
of all kinds.
CODY AVENUE       -       SANDON
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The Auditorium
OF THE
THE MINERS' UNION BLOCK
Is the only hall in the city
suited for Theatrical Performances, Concerts, Dances and
other public entertainments.
For   bookings write or wire
Anthony Shilland,
Secretary,  Sandon  Miners'   Union
Sandon, B. G.
COLOFEET
Can be Effectually Pre*
vented by Wearing a pair
of Custom Made Snoes.
Kalcpon Ibot Springs
Sanitarinm.
The Winter Resort of the Kootenay. -When the snow lies deep on
the Slocan Hills the roses bloom
in the Banana Patch.
SPECIAL WINTER RATE $12.00
TO $15,00 A WEEK.
HE medical waters of Halcyon
>, are the most curative in the
worlc. A perfect, natural remedy for
all Nervous and Muscular diseases,
Liver, Kidney and Ltomack ailments,
and Metallic Poisoning. A sure cure
for "That Tired Feeling." Special
rates on all boats and trains. Two
mails arrive and depart every Day.
Felegraph communication with all
parts of the world.
Halcyon Hot Springs,
Arrow Lake, B. C.
Manufactured in the shop of
LOUIS HUPPERTEN.
REPAIRING A SPECIALITY.
WORLD'S SENIC ROUTE.
DIRECT LINE
LOWEST RATES
EAST
WEST
Winnipeg.
Vancouver
Toronto
Victoria
Ottawa'
Seattle
Montreal
Portland
New York
San Francisco
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VIA SOO LINE.
St Paul, Chicago and all United States
Points.
TOURIST SLEEPING SERVICE.
EAST:   Leave Dunmore daily.   Leave
Kootenay Landing Tuesday and Friday
for St. Paul,  Toronto,   Montreal and
Boston.
WEST:   Leave   Revelstoke   daily for
Vancouver, Seattle and Coast Points.
HOME SEEKERS.
Excursion Tickets on Sale Westbound,
March ist to April 30.
Through booking to Europe  via all
Atlantic Li >es, Prepaid tickets from all
points at lowest rates.
R. B. McCammon.
Agent. Sandon
J. S. Carter E. J. Coyle,
D. P. A. A. G. P. A.,
Nelson, B. 0. Vancouver, B. C.
"1 to* papetreak, /Sandon. IB. a., Olavcb 15.
The Paystreak.
Published Every Saturday in the heart of the Richest White
Metal Camp on Earth.
Operated in the interests of the Editor,
Subscription   -   -   -   -   $2.00 a year
Strictly in advance.
Specimens Shipped on Suspicion.
William MacAdams,   -   Publisher and Proprietor.
SANDON, MARCH 15, 1002.
When the   next  election   comes
around there is one reform that we intend to insist on  having   incorporated
in whatever platform we vote.    That is
to have the legislative reports   made
more comprehensive.    As  now issued
they   are   altogether    unsatisfactory.
Take tha recent reports, for instance.
They   are   nothing   but   staid, prosy
records of the votes and proceedings.
That   kind   of  a   report is no good.
They   should   give   the   rounds   and
furnish kinetiscope illustrations. When
Curtis reaches for   Martin's juglar or
McBride gets a  jab in  the slats, the
official stenographer should give a nice
Police Gazette style of description with
instantaneous photographs.    A picture
of Dunsmuir, the Japanese Champion,
hanging   onto   the   ropes while Cap
Tatlow lambasted him below the belt,
or  Billy , Mclnnis   upper-cutting   for
Bob Green's jaw  is   what   the public
would like to see on  the front page of
the Assembly papers.    It would add a
sort of dignity to the proceedings and
show that  the   legislators   are   doing
what   they can to make things  lively.
Thirty-five thousand dollars and
a royalty is all an American magazine
offers Miss Stone for six articles on
her experiences in Bulgaria. Then
there is her lecture on "Brigands I
Have Met Up With," which ought to
make the box office look like the
laundry division of the United States
treasury. For that we should not
have long to wait, as undoubtedly it
was written in the lecture bureau
months ago, and only needs to be committed to memory for platform use.
Helen seems to have run into a pretty
good line, and should be able to make
a handsome clean-up. It will now become fashionable for American young
ladies to get captured by ferocious
Bulgarians, and it would not be surprising to see brigand agencies opened
in New York where enterprising
missionary females who desire to take
the ransom cut-off to notoriety could
arrange all the details for a speedy
capture before leaving  United States.
happened to see a skunk and a hedge
hog fighting, "then he jis' didn't keer
a gol darn which of 'em licked." That
is about the size of it with the Victoria
election. Prior won on the strength
of the Canada Northern swindle, while
Bodwell lost on the weakness of the
V. V. & E. graft. The rest of the
province plays no favorites. Each one
is as bad as the other���or a good deal
worse. Victoria people are so corrupt
that their politics would contaminate a
scavenger wagon.
Will some of those people who
prophesy that Jim Hill is going to
haul all the coal and all the ore out of
British Columbia to be smelted in
United States please explain what he
is going to haul back? Or are we
asked to believe that the astute J.J. will
everlastingly run all his trains south
loaded and pull them back empty?
Suppose he loads dry ore at Libby,
Boulder and Niehart for a return
freight and smelts it at Fernie in conjunction with Kootenay lead ore, will
Canada be any loser on the deal? Of
course everyone knows that the C. P.
R. will, but that is not what we are
talking about.
A ringleader of the Congregational church in London, England,
recently roasted Edward VII, King,
Defender of the Faith, etc., for attending a Sunday matinee and inspecting
a brewery. The probabilities are that
Edward would gladly swap his chances
of access to the clerical heaven by the
Congregational route for a free privilege t0 g�� where he pleases on earth.
There are some disadvantages in being
a king, and one of the most manifest
is that of having some picayune gospel
shark make a spiel about it every time
he deviates from orthodox conventionalities.
that the Eagles are mostly dead ^ame
sports who bet 'em high, sleep under
a ladder occasionally, drink their
irrigating fluid strait and don't care a
damn whether school keeps or not-
just as soon it wouldn't. The editor of
The Paystreak is no sport. Far from
it.    He is broke.
The gamblers and gay ones in
Seattle played a dirty trick on the
mayor of that speedy town. He needed
money at eleltion time, and the Baba-
lonians refusek to ante. Just to play
even the mayor closed all the games,
raised liquor licenses to $1000 and stopped the chippies rustling around the
saloons. This was no moral wave.
Merely a case of practical politics on
the Seattle plan. The mayor no doubt
went a little strong in thus hampering
legitimate industry, but of course it
was his last say and the play was up
to him.
As another evidence that the
African war is rapidly drawing to a
close, General Methune was rounded
up by the Boers recently and taken
into camp. Some two years ago last
October, General Butler published his
guarantee that he would eat his dinner
in Pretoria on the following Christmas,
and Mr. Krugar promised to celebrate
the same day by driving the last British soldier into the the sea. Evidently
these gentlemen made a slight miscalculation about the relative strength
and tenacity of the forces they had to
oppose.
Theodore Davie is the man who
invented the system of winning Victoria elections with the British Pacific,
alias the Canada Northern, but Mr. J.
Dunsmuir has the late lamented Theodore badly outspotted in the matter of
liberality. Davie only offered to give
away a railway. Jim wants to give
away the earth already fenced and with
a steel rail around it. If we had Dunsmuir's gall we would stock it and form
a trust.
It is a poor day's business when
the Spokesman-Review contains no
boom article. Everything from Prince
of Wales Island to the Spokan route
to the Klondike has received attention
from this enterprising but mercenary
journal. Now it is Thunder Mountain
and the trail'into the Idaho wilderness
will soon be black with *nen whose
only reward will be blasted hopes and
hard luck.
Once there was a man who said
that he never saw a fight in his life but
what he took a side, until  one day he
Somebody in Vancouver is under
a misapprehension. A letter reached
this office recently requesting the editor
of this staid family weekly to take a
hand in organizing a Sandon aerie of
the Fraternal Order of Eagles. Of
course we don't know a thing about
such matters, but we learn on enquiry
In France, according to a law
recently passed, women under 30 are
forbidden to wear corsets. A law such
as this wonld cause a revolution in the
Slocan. Who ever heard of a woman
who would go before a justice of the
peace and swear that she was 30 years
old?    Why, the idea is monstrous.
Ontario elections take place in
June and the cheerful hum of the party
machine is heard thruout the land,
prompting electors to cling to their
traditions and vote the party ticket
strait as their forefathers did. Political
faith in Ontario is largely a matter of
the accident of ancestry.
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Whenever anyone talks of government ownership of railways there is
ilvvays some back number with a head
that is all bone and basswood who
rises to remark that the government
:ould not assume the expense of building its own roads. They say that the
list cost would swamp the people with-
lebt.
Let us just  analyze  that Canada
lorthern proposition for a minute and
jee.
The Province of B. C. gives $4,500
mile, cash.
British Columbia  also  gives 20,-
acres of land per mile.
The   Dominion   statutory   bonus
f a road costing $15,000 or more per
lile is $6,400.
There is no  bonding or stocking
���nit in   the   agreement.    MacKenzie
Mann bonded   their   Rainy    River
lection of the   Canada   Northern   for
^40,000 per mile  and  bonded the rolling stock for  $10,000   a   mile.    Over
[and above all this they issued common
fstock to the extent of $25,000 a   mile.
Now ^et vour slate  and   we  will
figure up.    The   Dominion   and Provincial cash bonuses   equal   $11,100 a
mile.    The   land   can   be picked anywhere, includes coal,   timber and   petroleum, and is exempt   from   taxation
until they sell   it; therefore   the   promoters  would   have   no   difficulty in
immediately mortgaging it for $1 an
acre, i. e. $20,000 a mile. All of
which makes $31,100 a mile in cash
that the people give the promoters.
The road will never cost that much to
build, but nevertheless the promoters
will undoubtedly add, as in the case of
the Rainy River, $40,000 bonds on the
road, $10,000 bonds on the rolling
stock, and $25,000 common stock per
mile, which will bring the total of government bonuses and interest-bearing
securities up to an astounding total of
$106,100 per mile. For the proposed
400 miles, therefore, the Yellowhead
road would cost $42,400,000. Every
dollar of this enormous cost is a debt
against the people which must be paid
in burdensome taxes and excessive
freight rates. But the road, altho
built with the people's money, is the
property of MacKenzie & Mann. The
people have nothing left but the debt.
Now you gentlemen who do not
believe in government ownership, come
along with your figures. Please show
us how the government could saddle
the people with a debt of $42,400,000
for 400 miles of railroad. Don't mention the Intercolonial, because it only
cost $65,000,000 for 1200 miles of road,
and it belongs to the peopie. Somebody please show us how private ownership of railways pays the people.
Explain how   MacKenzie & Mann are
public benefactors. Trot out your
facts and calculations. We want
light. Like the man from Missouri,
"you've got to show me." If you can
not, lay down your hand and go way
back and sit down.
Municipal ownership has become
a fixed principle in the minds of Toronto people, and that city is now moving to secure control of the lighting
plants to run them as a municipal concern. Sandon is about the only progressive city on the North American
continent which has never made an
attempt to get control of its water and
light business, but it will do so within
three months.
The auditor-generals report of
2000 pages or more has reached this
office. The auditor-general is the man
who puts the official swindles into
print. Recently he has had a busy
time.
British soldiers in South Africa
now recieve a shilling a day clear while
alive and a place for their names on
the list of heroes when dead.
New Jersey has appropriated $10,
000 to fight the Jersey mosquito. This
is civil war.
ALBERT  DAVID
THE MINERS' TAILOR.
The Pioneer and Leading Tailoring
Establishment oi the Slocan.
Always Carries a Complete Stock of
Imported Suitings and Pantings
Material,   Fit and Workmanship
Fully Guaranteed.
patronize union labor,    patronize home industry
ALWAYS JUDGE A MAN
BY THE CLOTHES HE WEARS.
If he is Decked in Shoddy, Sweat Shop Goods
Assay His Character and You will Find Him a
Shoddy Man.    If he has the Label on His Garments
He is Sterling.    So are the Garments.
- HARDWARE
CAPS
FUSE
STEEL
Stores at Sandon and Slocan dtp.
B Full Zine of Furnishings Carried at Both- Stores.
ORE CARS
POWDER
TRACK IRON
Mill, Mine and Blacksmith's Supplies of Every Description.
H. BYERS & CO.
SANDON      KASLO     NELSON the papstreak, Sandon, B. C, march 15.
the Canada northern.
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3.
16. The company shall pay to the
government two per cent of the gross
earnings of the said railway, but in no
event for a longer time than when the
province shall have received a sum
equal to the aid in money granted,
without interest ; provided, however,
that the companv may have the option
of repaying at any time the whole subsidy.
17. Before any aid, by way ot money
stock or debentures is handed over to
thecompany for any twenty-mile section,
ihey shall produce satisfactory evidence
that all workmen on the road have been
paid their wages for work done by them
on said section.
18. Notwithstanding anything contained in this agreement, if the company extend the line to Frederick Arm
or any intervening point, the government will grant to the company in such
manner as the lieutenant-governor in
council may determine, lands in the
said district, contiguous as near as
practicable, to the reserve before mentioned, not exceeding 20,000 acres for
each mile of standard gauge railway of
such extensions, and a cash subsidy of
4800 dollars per mile, payable for each
and every mile of such extension, and
payable in the manner and upon the
terms of the cash subsidy for other portions of lhe road hereinbefore mentioned; and prrvided further, lhat the company may at any time select as a portion
of the land subsidy to be granted to
them a tract or tracts of land not less
than one mile square in extent, between
the wesierly end of the said reserve and
Frederick Arm; and upon the company riling with the chief commissioner
of lands and works a general map or
plan showing such selection, the government will cause to be reserved the
lands referred to in said selection, to he
afterward^ granted to the company for
such extension contiguous to the said
reserve mentioned in section seven
hereof, shall be reduced to the extent of
the amount of lands included in the
section of the railway to be granted
under this section. The company agree
that they will within 60 days after the
ratification of this agrrement, as hereinbefore mentioned, put on engineers
to make a preliminary survev of the
route proposd to be covered by the
railway, and if at any time prior to the
ist day of November, 1903, the company shall, in writing, notify the government that after looking over and
making such preliminary survey their
engineers report that the route is impracticable anJ therefore they do not
wish to be bound by this agreement,
then, and in that case such notification
shall amount to a cancellation of this
agreement and all covenants contained
herein.
19. The government will join with
the company and petition the government of the Dominion of Canada to
grant a subsidy in aid of the construction of the said railway, and render and
grant  any and  all  assistance in  their
power to such end.
30. Whenever in these presents the
company is mentioned or referred to,
such reference or mention shall extend
to and include its successors and
assigns.
21. The said land grants shall only
apply to the main line of railway, and
not to any branch lines.
22. This agreement is to have no
force or effect until it is ratified by an
Act of the legislative assembly of the
province of British Columbia.
All the brands of liquid refreshment
you know and a few brands you don't
know at the Kootenav.
See the beautiful assortment
of blankets in our window, all
going cheap.
E. R. ATHERTON CO.
Bdam
Adam and Eve were great
advertisers and among the
various methods employed by
them to make known their
stock of wares they made a
record of apple-eating which
has hung tenaciously to their
names ever since. This proves
that sensational advertising is
sometimes lasting.
Job
was a very patient advertiser
and today is known to the
whole Christian world. Had
he quit advertising when he
was ill he never would have
been successful. No doubt he
never suspected that even the
sound of his name would be
changed and used to classify
another class of advertising -
now known as Job Work.
Every man of consequence
now uses job work in varied
forms, and in these parts all
sensible  men  have it done at
Vbe papstreak
printing
palace
where neat things are got up
at reasonable prices.
PIONEER HOTEL
OF THE SLOCAN.
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HOTEL SANDON.
ROBERT CUNNING, Prop.
A Table that is Replete with the
Choicest Seasonable Viands.
Rooms: Large, Airy and
Comfortable.
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Special Attention to
the   Mining   Trade.
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Contractors and Builders.
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DEALERS IN.
Rough and Dressed Lumber, Coast
Flooring: and Joint Finishing Lumber
Moulding:, Etc.
Sash and Door on  Hand to Order.
-:-JOBBIXG PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO->
Factory on Main Street
The Newmarket Hotel
���*NEW DENVER-**
The Leading Hotel of the Lucerne. Dining Room
Service the best in the Slocan. Accomodations
Unexcelled.       *u.       %c       <t       *tc       *c      *k.
Henry Stej^e
Proprietor.
Just Imported
A fine line of Briar Pipes. Come
in and sec them.   %   ^   -#   %
Our Stock
Of  Smoker's Sundries  is the
most complete in the Kootenay.
Williamson's. the papstreak, Sandon, B. C, march 15.
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That is what everyone wants who orders
a suit of clothes or pair of trousers. We
guarantee SATISFACTION to all our customers.    Leave your order with us for a
WINTER SUIT.
J. R. CAHERON.
FASHIONABLE
TAILOR.
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Rial, Clean and Comfortable Rooms.
Accommodations Unexcelled
in the Citv.
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AM: R1CAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
LIQUORS,     CIGARS     AND    WINES.
THE BEST THAT MONEY CAN BUY,
Everything   Neat,   Clean, Tasty, and   Well   Cooked.
cxkj Restaurant Where You Can Get What You
Want Cooked to Suit Your Fancv.
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P. H. MURPHY, Prop, g GEORGE ASPEX, Prop.
Our fflLineral Wealth.
A summary of the mineral production
of Canada for the year 1901 has been
published. The total mineral production for the year was $69,407,031 as
compared with $04,488,037 in the year
previous, or a total increase of $4,918,-
004. The entire gold production is
valued at $24,462,2^2, of which the
Yukon goldtields contributed StS.ooo,-
000. Of copper there was $6,660,104,
pig iron from Canadian ore $1,212,113,
lead $2,iqq,784, nickle $4,594,523,
silver $3,9931668, and iron ore exports
8702,284.
These with the gold production
makes a total of $42,824,(198, metallic
production. There was $20,282,333
non-metallic and $300,01)0 products not
returned which, added lo the non-
metallic makes, as already said a total
production of $09,407,031.
The coal produdion is valued at $14,-
671,122, coke $1,204,360, petroleum
$953i4*5�� asbestos $1,186,434, and
building material $4,820,000. Notwithstanding a decrease in the gold
output over 1900 the increase in the
total production is equivalent to eight
per cent. There was a decrease of
ov;er four millions in the gold output
from the Yukon, but in British Columbia there was an increase of one million
dollars. There was a falling off in the
lead production of over twenty per
cent.
ANNUAL BALL
OFTHE
MINERS'    HOSPITAL
Will be Hold in the
Union Hall on
MONDAY EVENING MARCH 17th
Bn invitation is Extended to alt.
TICKETS
$2.00.
TONIGHT -: TONIGHT
OTTO FIECHTL'S
COMIC PLAYERS
UNION OPERA HOUSE
Don't Miss it.   The Big Erjent of the Season.
^Come and haoe One Good, Long, Hearty Laugh,
RESERVE SEATS AT THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE
MACHINISTS, ELECTRICIANS,
ENGINEERS and FIREMEN.
Send  for   40. page pamphlet
containing Questions   asked by
Examining  Board of Engineers
tho obtain Engineer's license.
Address
GEO. A. ZELLER,
Publisher,
18, S. 4th Street.
St. Louis,
Missouri.
Established 1805.
E. M. SANDILANDS.
Sandon, B. 0.
Notary Public.
Insurance and Mining
Broker.
Mining Stocks bought ������ ml sold. General agent for Slocan Properties
Promising  Prospects for Sale.
W. W. WARNER,
MINING ENGINEER.
MINING PROPERTIES HANDLED
ON COMMISSION.
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Mining  Properties  Examined   and   Reports
Made.   Will Open up Mining Properties by
Contract or Salary.   Twenty Years'
Experience.
M. L. GrimmeLt'
L. L. B.,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR.
NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.
SANDON,
B. C.
F. L. Christie,
L. L.  B.,
NOTARY PUBLIC, BARRISTER,
SOLICITOR, ETC.
ATHERTON BLOCK
SANDON
Sandon Miners'
Hospital
Subscribers. $i per month ; Private
patients, $2 per day, exclusive of
Expense of Physician or Surgeon
and Drugs.
Open To The Public.
DR. W. E. GOMM,   Attendant Physician.
MISS S. ],. CHISHOLM, Matron.
J. H. MCNEILL, Pres. Hospital Hoard.
ANTHONY SHILLANI), Secretary.
SILVER CITY LODGE NO. 39.
I.   O.   O.   F.
Meetings in the Union Hail every Friday
Evening at 7:80. Visiting Brethern coidially
n attend.
JAS H. THOMPSON, N. G.
J.E.LOVEUIJNG, A.J.BECKER
Secretary Vice Grand.
A. F. & A. M,
ALTA LODGE NO. 29.
Regular Communication held first Thurs
day in each month in Masonic Hall at 8 !', M
Sojourning brethern are cordially invited to
attend,
.1 AMES M. BARTON, Secretary. W000M
the papstreak, Sandon, B. C, march 15.
Fiechtl's.
Otto Fiechtl's Comic Players entertained a good audience in the Union
Opera House last night. Peck's Bad
Boy and Johnny Riley is what it is represented to be ��� a comic sketch.
Fiechtl's Quartette is certainly a meritorious combination, and the prison
scene trom El Trouvador was no libel
on the famous opera. VYiggin &
Wiggin will pass as sketch artists, and
the Birds in their trip to the Chinese
Theatre, were good. The scenic production of Germantown on the Hudson
also found several admirers.
Tonight they put on a new program
entirely. The opening farce comedy is
entitled Bootle's Baby. The Mysterious Don Jarett does a conjuring turn.
Wiggin & Wiggin, Birds, and the two
little Trouvadors help out the program
which winds up with a scenic production entitled a Trip to the Alps, introducing Fiechtl's Quartette in Tyrolean
songs and warbles.
A number worth remembering���The
Kootenay.
Now is the time to buy your
blankets. The best ��nine ever
offered.
E. R. ATHERTON CO.
LENT
The = Filbert
Restaurant.
Has been taken over by
Gust. Almgren,
Formerly Cook at the Reco,
mine,who will conduct it on a
strictly first class basis.
Give   it   a   Share   of   Y
Patronage.
our
European   and   Bmerican
plan.
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Now that the Lenten Season has
come we are offering a change oi
(Fish) diet to discriminating people-
that will be hard to equal in the
province. These are clean fresh
goods and we have them in barrels
kits, cans and bottles.
FISH IN BRINE.
Salmon Bellies
Herring
Mackerel
DRY SALT IN  BRICKS.
Codfish
IN CANS.
Codfish Steak
Beardslev's Shreaded Codfish
Bonless Herring
Bayle's Lunch  Herring
Mackerel Broiled in Tomato Sauce
Choice Soused
Spiced Brook 1 rout
Speckled
White Rose Salmon
B. C, Smoked  "
B. C.       "    Halibut
Lake Ciscoes
Lake Shad
Rock Bass
Whitefi.h Roe
Royans A La Bordiiais
A  La   Yatel   Aux   Truflfes   and
Aux Achards
Sardines des Sport men
A L'Huile
Anchois A La Saumure
Anchois A L'Huile D'Olives
Sandwich Halibut
Green Turtle Meat
Clam Chowder
Clam Nectar
Little Neck Clams
S. and W. Oysters
B. P. Oysters
Deviled Crabs
Baratarier Shrimps
Nobles NNX Lobster
Golden Key Lobster
Newfoundland Lobster
Imperial Leaf Lobster
Prime Russian Caviar
Filets D'Anceois A L'Huile D'Oiive
Golden Haddies
Herring in Tomato Sauce
Anchova   "
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Preserved Bloters
Tunny  Fish
Kippered Herring
H. GIEGERICH.
Spring Clothing
Now is the time to make your selections before the
stock has all been picked over and the nobbiest suits
sold.
Mackintoshes
The Rainy Season is due in a few days. Prepare
for it by getting a Mackintosh that will keep you dry.
Iteckties and Shirts
Wear something that is not a year behind the date.
A carefully selected stock on exhibit.
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AT  THE BIG STORI
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X lbs. Best Mocha and Java 1 oo
3 lbs. English Breakfast lea I oo
li lbs, Best Jaoan Tea 1 oo
5 cans California Table Fruit 1 oo
20 bars Laundry Soap l oo
5 lbs. Fancy Max Biscuit 1 oo
Fall in Line and Get Your Share of These
Snaps.
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