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i&\r\   ROSSLAND, B.C., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1895.        $2.00 a Year."
VohkIuikI Police Ouurt,
In the assault case of Smith vs.
Sullivan, which was adjourned till
Friday last hy Justice Newton, the
defendant was fined $20 and costs
and was also hound over to keep
the peace in the sum of $500 and
two sureties of $100 each.
The counter case of Sullivan vs.
Smith was dismissed,
The case of Lawry vs. Keefe, obtaining goods under false pretenses,
was also disniissed.
Wednesday, Novemher 6, heforc
Messrs. Netyton and Jones, J.P.'s.
Thos. Tormie.was charged with
presenting a revolver at, and using
threatening language tpwards,Peter
Coslello.
It appeared that there had been
a disagreement between the parties
for some time past, and last Friday
morning defendant, while qnder the
influence of liquox,entered Costello's
qubin, at Trail, and, swearing that
he would "clean out the whole lot
of them,"- drew his revolve? and
pointed it at Costello, who was
lying on the btd. There were two
other men, in the Cabin with Cos-
tello—George Nelson and Samuel
Young—a.nd Nelson appeared as H
witness. He evidently desired to
shirk the questions put to him by
defendant's lawyer and gave the
Court considerable trouble, the
presiding magistrate (Mr. Newton)
baying this was the worst witness
that had ever been before him,
Mr. Ck'te,vvho appeared for. the
prosecution, said if the Bench required more evidence there was
another witness, who could not at
present be found, hut if desired he
would endeavor to ha ye him subpoenaed,
The case was adjourned until
three o'clock this afternoon. Mr.
MeLeod appeared for the defence.
Three drunk., required the assistance of Officers Hooson and Qerow
to the city's free lodging-house hist
riight, and were brought before
Justice Newton this morning. They
Were permitted to depart in peace
on contributing $7 apiece towards
the provincial treasury—the usual
$o and costs.
Specialty voiirimny'H Kntevti4iniiicnt.
To-morrow (Friday) night there
rvlll be given in the llossland Opera
House, by the Rossland .Miners'
Specialty Company, a varied and
well got up entertainment, consisting of dramatic presentments and
vnea) and instrumental music. As
the company includes the best local
talent there is every prospect of the
programme being a good one. The
prices of admission are 50c. and
75c; children 25c Doors open at
l.'oO, to commence at 'c sharp.
Surface   Ore   on   the   Josie   that   Assays
Over #900 jtet Ton.
Some very rich decompo eel rock
is at present being sacke.. it the
Josie. It is found at the surface
over the entrance to the higher tunnel and right below the soil, which
is less than two feet in depth at
that point. The ore is very much
like yellow ochre and crumbles
with very little pressure between
the fingers. It assays about 50
ounces of gold to the ton, and 2,600
sacks of it have been snipped. In
looking at the stuff one would
never dream it was so valuable. In
fact the average individual would
pass it by as utterly worthless. A
large quantity still remains to be
tfrtcWeretf.
MINING   NOTES.
Work is being pushed at the
Gem, and good mixed ore showings
have been met with in the shaft.
The Good H.(lPe >8 another property that is looking well. The
shaft is down between 50 and 60
feet, and good ore has been taken
out all the way. Like all the mines
in this district, the ore body widens
with depth.
Col. Parker's property on Record
Mountain, the Siba Despa, is looking fine at a depth of"10 feet.
Jas. Kane has just completed., the
assessment work, and he thinks
the Siba Despa will, ttirn out another War Eiigle.mine.
Nils Pearson has just arrived
from a two weeks' prospecting trip
in the Bear,creek section,., and his
opinion is that it will eventually
become a second Rossland. Mr.
Pearson brought quite a collection
of ore from th.at section, and it
looks equally as rich as any in this
camp.
At the Gold Hill winter quarter?
for the men have been erected clost
to the mouth of the tunnel that is
being driven to the shaft, and mon
men will lie put on in consequence,
The owners intend to push thing-
all \vinter, and expect to have tht
mine in perfect development b\
next spring.
Tommy Kane, the popular youn{.
miner, has been made foreman oi.
the Iron Horse. Tommy is tin
right nnyi \n the right place, foi
he is a practical miner of large experience, having graduated in mining in the most famous mines oi
Cripple Creek, San Juan, Creet
and Lcadyille.
The Indiana Consnjidaled, a very
premising property, is different
from. ajl other mines in the Trail
Creek district in liaving a fine
showing of high-gi'aile galena, thi
hide being well defined and large.
It is to |>e hoped that the difficulties
which prevent this splendid property from being worked will soon
be 1'en.ioved.
Winter quarters are being erected
at the prown Point below the present workings. A tunnel is to b<
started from near this point, The
ore brought up from the shaft
assays very high, and that taken
out fropi the open cut is equally
rich. This cut is to the west uf tht
shaft and shows that the mineral
body extends a great distance.
The Jumbo, not far from the
Gold Hill, is well known in this
district, and is expected to take
front rank when more developed.
A tunnel is. being driven to meet
the ore body met with in the shaft,
and the face of the tunnel shows
well in ore so far as has been
driven, All the men it is possible
to work will be put on for the
winter,
A fix-foot ledge of arsenical iron
was uncovered on the Hattie Brown
Monday morning in a very unexpected place. Mr. Mead was simply looking over his claim and at
the time he found the new ledge was
some distance from the shaft. We
have not seen an assay of the new
find, but experts pronounce it very
fine mineral. The Hattie Brown
is developing into one of the very
best" mines in the district, and Mr.
Mead is to be congratulated upon
his lucky investment.
THE   JJKCOUDS
The Leland puts up an excellent
menu for 25c. *
Locations.—Oct. 31
Gipsy  Queen,   by  John Ranahan.
Maggie No. 3, hy A. B. Acorn and
H. McCutcheo'n.
Tripple Alliance, by M.  J.   Burns,
A. S. Hamilton and A.M.Symons.
Aurelia, same.
Red Neck, by C, K. Bridgman.
Green Wood, by C. S. Price. ■
Nov. 1.
Condor, Ewen Morrison.
Best, H; P, Toronto.
Nov. 2.
Little Tyrant, A. G. Johnston.
C & H., Aug. Use.
Granite No. 4, R. H. Smith.
Iron Crown, same.
•Minnie M., Frank McCoy.
' Nov. 4',
Lieutenant, Get).' Coldwell.
Standard No. 4, W. Y. Clark.
Empress No. 1, Vy. S.' Enslow.
Lillie'of the MVpfrt'n'j J. M'Intosh.
Little Rock, John H. Berg. '
Diamond, Jas. Cronan.
Columbus, Mick jjhiek.
N'ov. 5.
Grenadier, Wm. Mortimer.
World's Desire/.!, A. Kirk,
Nov. 6.
Triumph, Jefferson Lewis.
Hattie S., Win. Sutler.
Atlanta, Win. Finn.'
Helena $Jo. 3, same.
Golden Curry,Geo, McGaughey.
Montreal   Fraction,  E.   lia'nimel-
meyer.
Celtic, Nils Pearson.
'Gaelic, C. IL Cowper-Coles.
Cymric, C, Wynne Johnson'.
Aberdeen, IL McCutehen and   Njl>
Pearson.
Maple Leaf, W. T. Hayes.
Canada; Win. Gibson.
Lucky Dutchman, Max Kibitz and
Nils Pearson,
tireek, C. IL Cowper-Coles.
Ionian, Nils 1'earsoi .
Champion Kid, same.
Colonist, S. M. Hall.
Saturday No. 1, K. Morrison.
TttANs.FKjt8.--r Oct. 31.
Emu. WhiiToo and Kurragong-jj
each, Gilbert W. A. Rankin ti
F. W. Mclve.r Campbell, $1.
Assignment of bond on Lost Boy.
Magnolia, Little Pittssburg.
Beechwood iind Ghispendary.C.
H.Cowper-Coles, to H.Bostock, $1.
Power of attorney re Surprise ano
Pilgrim mineral claims, Wm.
Austin to T L. Savage,
Surprise, all, Wm. Austin to Paul
Blackmar $3,000.
San Juan, V. D. Williams and A.
E. Jefferson, to Win. Cunningham, 0. Shields, E. Calahan Win.
Joyce, John D, Farrell and Jas.
Branen, $1,
fames Hnalson claims an undivided half interest in the R. E. Lee.
Nov. 2.
Doubtful, all. Peter Porter to Paul
Blackmar, $5.
Luckv Queen, 1-fi. V. D. Williams
to Paul Blackmar, $1.
Atwood, McArthur and Republic,
1-6 each. E. Rammelmeyer to B.
Rosepslein and A. Zuekerman, $1.
Nov. 4.
Daisv Bell.f A. Vital to E. M.
Walters, $L
White Bear, j. O. W. Carter to R.
Thompson, $1.
Montana, l-b\ O. W. Carter, Edward Bowes and A. H. Rensheck
to Ross Thompson
Golden Monarch, 1-6, F. W. Harrington to Roy H. Clark,$1,
Nov. 5.
Little Darling. 1-16. A. II. Rail-
ton to Cyrus Happy. $225.
Burke, {. James Burke to Marion
Davis, $1.
Mastodon, i. J. D. Mifflin, to H.
M. Goodhue, $50.
Bessemer, 1-ti. A. E. Gallup to G.
J. Goodhue, $1.
Nov. 6.
Woodbine No. 2 and Southern
Cross, 1-16 each. W. H. Harris
to D. B. Bogle, $1.
Lebanon, Eberdeen, Bed Cross and
Clearwater, ^ each. S. J. Graham and Frank Carabin to Samuel D. Allen, $50.
For choice groceries go to Hunter
Bros., K. & Co.—Adv.
PERSONALS.
J. T. Wilkinson, the " World
Man on the Wing," arrived in town
on one of his periotlical perambulations last Saturday. • '
James Kane, who has been looking after the interests of Col. Parker's property, leaves for Idaho in a
few days to look after some mining
property he has there.
The wife and son of W. L. Ross,
the soda water manufacturer, arrived in town on Wednesday, and
are stopping at the Leland. They
will reside here permanently.   '
W. J. Taylor, barrister, of the
firm of Eberts & Taylor, Victoria,
came in on Wednesday's stage
from Trail. His law partner, Mr.
Eberts, is attorney-general for the
Provincial Government.
H. A. E. Courtney, barrister and
solicitor, is now settled in his new
olifces in the Weeks block, opposite
the p ist office. Mr. Ralph Chambers, vvho takes his final law examinations next year, is with Mr.
Courtney,
Clarence Teasdale, a popular citizen of New Denver, is now in the
city. Mr. Teasdale is a nephew
if Col. S. M. Wharton, and is today inspecting the Cliff and the
Homes take mines, in which he is
interested.
Mrs. Clute, wife of J. S. Clute jr.,
was expected to arrive here on
Wednesday's boat, but she did not
reach Revelstoke in time to catch
i lie steamer. She is accompanied
by Mr. J. S. Clute sen., collector of
customs at New Westminster.
A fine display of lamps at Hunter. Bros., K. & Co.--Adv,
At the Leland all the meals art
the same price— 25c. *
Am.'i'iciii'K Hut r.'il of England is
41 A]i|mlUng> "
European countries have always
noted with satisfaction the ill-will
displayed by the United States
agaipst the mother country. Last
Monday's Paris Figaro has the following:
"The dispute between England
anil Venezuela is worth watching
on account of the proximity of tin
British and American fleets. Prudence recommends that they be not
left too long together, for the intense hatred of America toward the
old country is 'appalling.'"
AKOUNIJ   THE   CITY.
Another party of Montana capitalists is registered at Shaw's hotel.
Dan Shaw received a telegram
from Nelson to-day announcing
that his hotel license had beea
granted,
The White House Trading Company haveg<iodsarvivingdaily, and
will carry a fn.ll line of ladies' and
gents' furnishings. .,        i
To Miners! If you want a good
pair of boots drop in and see samples at C. F. Gallion's, sign ol
the Red Boot.    Adv.
The first school-house to be built
by the Government in Rossland
will be on the lots deeded by the
Townsite Co. for that purpose. The
trustees expect to soon receive the
plftiifj for the building.
Special attention to repairing aft
well i\s to the manufacture of boots
and shoes by A. Alstrom, at C. F.'
Gallioh'g harness and shoe store,
Reserve Street. Sign of the Red
Boot.   Adv.
Workmen on the Trail smelter
say they do not mind having three
nr four bosses, but fifteen bosses on
one job i.^i too much for the average
workman to stand/
Citizens1 Meeting.
Since the editorial on our second
page calling on the citizens to investigate the electric lighting and
water schemes was printed we learn
that a meeting ban' been called for
ihis evening to consider both questions. It is unecessary to Bay that
we hope our advice as to the appointment of a committee of inquiry
will he followed. W. S. Norman,
of Spokane, who is identified with
one of the companies seeking the
franchise, is in the city, and will
probably address the meeting.
Arrival and Departure of Mails at Rosslani
Mulls fur despatch arc closed at this oliice al
follows;
For Spokane—6,80 a.m. daily.
"   Victoria—6.30 a.m. Tuesdays, Thursdayi
and Saturdays.
"   Revelstoke and C. 1'. K. points—7.30 a.m.
Tuesdays and Fridays.
"   Trail—7.30 a.m. Tuesdays and Fridays.
V   NELSON, via Trail—7.30 a.m. Tuesdays and
Fridays. '■    '
11   Nelson, via Northport—fi.SO a.m. Tuesdayi,
'   I'' Thursdays and Saturdays.
See Hunter Bros., K. & Co., for
wool boots, German sox and overshoes. Winter foot-wear of all
kinds.—Adv.
A liich Quartz  Claim.
Vess Howe, one of the best known
mining men in the northwest, is in
the city for a few days, says theTa-
coma Union. He has three placer
ami four quartz mines near Big
Bend, in the north riding of the
West Kootenay district. He brought
with him a lot of nuggets and specimens of ore. Some ore out of his
Ole Bull mine was assayed at the
smelter here and showed .$961.20
to the ton.
This must be the "Ole Bull"
located by Gils Lund, and is situated near McCulloch Creek, in the
Big Bend, about 75 miles north of
Revelstoke. Gus held the claim
for years anil erected a small stamp
mill to crush the ore on the spot,
but it was never shown before
that the ore went over $20 to the
ton. If the above statement is
true and the "Ole Bull" quartz is
rich enough to pan out $961 to the
ton, Gus is to be congratulated on
having a similar claim nearby,the
"Jenny Lind," and Revelstoke may
yet have a boom in consequence of
rich quartz in Big Bend.
Malls arriving at this oliice are due as follows;
From SroitANE—0 15 p.m. daily.
",   Victoria—fi.15 p.m. Tuesdays, Thursdayi
and Saturdays.
"   BeVelstoke—7.30 p.m, Tuesdays and Fridays.
"   Trail—7.30 p.m. Tuesdays and Fridays.
'I   Nelson, via Trail—7.30 p.m. Tuesdays and
Fridays.
"    Nelson, via  Northport—7.15 p.m. Mon*
days, Wednesdays inn) Saturdays.
Oliice hours S a.m. to 7 p.m.; Sundays I0a.ro,
to 12 noqn.
w. wadds, p.m.
Go to the Leland for a first-class
25c: luncheon, •
Wool blankets, quilts and mattresses, at Hunter Bros., K. & Co.
—Adv.    	
C. F.Gallion has secured the ser«
vices of A. Alstrom, formerly of
Spokane, to take charge of ihe boot
and shoe department, Mr. Alstrom
is a first-class workman, and those
wanting a good lit in boots and
*hoes should have him take their
measure.    Adv.
P)R, A.S.MARSHALL,
*-* UOSSLAND, B. C.
Dentist.
All work guaranteed.
fred j. squire,
Merchant Tailor.
Nelson, B. C.
A choice collection  of worsted!
serges and tweeds always on hand
W MORTIMER,
LAN05GAFS ft PO&TfiAIT PE0T0fiftAFBB&
ROSSLAND, B.C.
HV  a sfaotion Guaranteed, Hn ee
THE  PR05FEGJBS
Thursday, November 7th, 1895.
W. D. PHATT. R. W. NORTHEY.
15A1)   FOBM.
The old proverb, "Self praise is
no recommendation," does not seem
to deter one of our contemporaries
from extolling itself publicly as the
greatest, best and first of its kind
in the district. Our contemporary
has yet to learn that such self-
laudation is out of place and unseemly in this country, whatever
may be the case where it hails
from, We are content to let the
public judge of our merits without
thrusting them in its face. Our
contemporary may be possessed of
all the virtues it claims for itself,
but it is a pity that modesty is not
among them. It is evident that
our contemporary has made a display of itself through ignorance of
the custom of the country. We do
not praise ourselves here.
(JL'ITIS  THE liKVKKSE.
The Record says: "With the
approach of winter the danger of a
destructive fire is greatly lessened,
and the chances are greatly in favor
of this city escaping the devouring
element until the dry weather of
next summer." We beg to differ
with our contemporary. Ninety
per cent, of the fires in this country
occur in the winter, when fires are
burning day and night, when stovepipes become red-hot and ignite the
Wootlwork, when the soot accumulates rapidly and quickly ignites,
when big lire':- are needed to keep
•out the cold, when people grow
careless in the handling of oil
lamps because of almost constant
use. Winter is the time for conflagrations. Only the" houses in
which cooking is carried on need
fire in the summer; and in these
cases the lire is allowed to die out
early in the evening, thus diminishing the. risk of a night alarm, and
it is a Well-assured fact that the
majority of. conflagrations break
out late at niglit or in the early
morning. There is one source of
danger to Rossland next summer,
ks it was last August, and fetiftt is
from bush fires.
interest of the town or district
directly concerned to make this fact
apparent—if such be the case. If
the people of such town or district
are indifferent as to the result, ami
do not interest themselves enough
in the matter to find out whether
the bona fides of the applicants are
real or pretended they have only
themselves to thank if they suffer
months or even years of inconven
ience through the charter falling
into the hands of parties whose intention from the first was to make
money out of it by selling at a stiff
figure to a company or a syndicate
desirous of carrying out the undertaking. We do not pretend to say
'that the parties who have erected
the poles in our streets are not bona
fide in their intention of completing
the work if they obtain a charter,
but we do say that it will be well
for a committee of our business
men to make a thorough examination into the matter before the
charter is granted, because there is
a rumor of a second-hand and inadequate plant being purchased
from a small town not a hundred
miles away for use in Rossland.
ClTlillKS SHOULD INVESTIGATE-.
With two or three different companies applying for charters to put
in an electric lighting plant and a
water supply for Rossland the certainty of both these blessings being
«oon in operation would seem to be
assured. In fact, one of the companies has shown its bona fide intentions so far as to erect the poles
for the electric light all over the
city. But in a matter of so much
importance Ihe citizens ought fo
make searching ifiqury into the
financial standing of the parties
seeking such a valuable franchise,
it is so often the case that parties
and individuals with no Capital
obtain charters for the construction
of various public works merely for
the sake of "making a good thing
out of it" by selling their franchise
to those who are able to do the
work that we need not cite any instances here, but there was one particular case, which will be remembered by many of our readers,
where the development of the Slocan country was retarded for two
years by the inability of those who
had obtained a charter to make
use of it. We refer to the Kaslo &
Slocan Railway. It has been said
that the Legislature cannot refuse
a charter to anyone applying for it
if all the requirements of the law
have been complied with, but surely
the Legislature would not grant
such charter if the fact that the
Applicants were impecunious and
unable to carry out the work were
<itade apparent.   And it is to the
MOliK  TA1 L-TVVIRTINGi
Senator Chandler of New Hampshire should be muzzled. His vaporing may do a great deal of harm
amongst the class of people who
look to senators to do all their
thinking for them in the matter of
of foreign politics. Senator Chandler clamors for war with England,
but he does not tell us in what particular instance England has offended Senator Chandler and the
sovereign people of the United
States. If it is the Alaskan boundary, that matter is still in abeyance, and Senator Chandler is ut-
terl}' too previous in talking bluster on a. topic of which he knows
nothing. In all fairness let him
wait until the report of the commission is published. If it is the
Venezuela dispute and the senator's
desire to see the Monroe doctrine
enforced, we would advise that
gentlemen to get the said doctrine
embodied in the statutes of the
United States; Were the Monroe
doctrine made law by Act of Congress, however absurd it might appear to them, all nations would
respect it, England included. As
it is, it is farcical for the United
States to claim jurisdiction over
the whole of South America. Does
the Monroe doctrine extend thousands of miles out in the Pacific?
There are some islands there discovered by an Englishman named
Captain Cook, who lost his life
there. Yet we do not find England
in possession of these islands by
right of discovery. No, the owners
arc a handful of Senator Chandler's own countrymen) who overawed the inoffensive natives by
force of arms, deposed the queen
and set up a government of their
own. Of course, the Monroe doctrine is not intended for such cases
as this. It is only trotted out when
things are the other way about.
England, without doubt has sometimes appeared harsh to natives in
lrer mode of chastisement, but all
the same she has been a great bene1
factor to the civilized nations by
creating new markets which she
has invariably thrown open to the
whole world. What other nation
has done this? There are thousands of Americans doing well under the British flag in South Africa.
If England has "encroached upon
other nations all over the world,"
as Senator Chandler says, she has
also been mo«t magnanimous in
many instances, as witness her
treatment of the Boers after their
shooting down of Sir George Colley
and his handful of men from behind the rocks on Majuba Hill.
Again, when the convention was in
session  in  Paris after the war of
Independence the American colonies only claimed the land as far
west as the Mississippi river. But
Lord Shelburne, the English representative, said England was desirous of the welfare of the new country, seeing the Americans were her
own children, and she voluntarily
relinquished all claims to the vast
territory lying west of the Mississippi—a territory that has since
been the source of vast wealth to
the United States. Perhaps Senator Chandler has never read that
bit of history, but he must have
•read something about a more recent
convention, which was held at
Geneva. It met to arbitrate upon
the matter in dispute between the
United States and England as to
the hitter's responsibility in allowing the Alabama and other privateers to leave her shores. The
award was that England pay the
United States five million dollars
as compensation for damage done
by the privateers. England paid
the money without a quibble, and
the United States took it without.a
blush, although it was well known
that the actual damages did not
amount to anything like five millions. John Bull, with all his encroaching tendencies, would have
been too proud of his good name to
have kept the surplus after all the
claims had been met. Very recently, only the other day, another
court of arbitration was held in
Paris, and one of its decisions was
that Uncle Samuel must pay a
little suni of less than half a
million dollars as compensation to
the British sealers illegally seized
on the high seas; This money has
not been paid, and, in the opinion
of not a few, is not likely to be.
Had the award been that Uncle
Sam was to receive that amount
instead of disbursing it, how different would be the situation now!
But it is a pity that the American
Press is always so anxious to twist
the old lion's tail that it will give
such prominence to such inane and
dyspeptic utterances as that of this
Senator Chandler, whose name i?
now seen .in the columns of every
daily and weekly from the Atlantic
to the Pacific, and is held up to the
admiring gaze of the American
public as the latest champion of
the " tail-twisting party," a rrian
who desires to set the two great
branches of the Anglo-Saxon race
at war against each other till one
or both becomes so weakened that
some other-race—the Latins or the
Teutons—will assume the position
of supremacy they have been coveting for the past three hundred
years. This man Chandler desires
to desolale thousands of homes,
create misery, want and famine,
antl invites the curses of the widow
and fatherless. This is the sort of
man the tail-twisting newspapers
are applauding just now, and when
such first-class and readable papers
as the Spokesman -Review joins in
the motley croWd it seems hopeless
to expect reason and common-sense
ever to prevail again. Canada and
the States are side by side; We
are both offspring of the same
mother. The States set up for
themselves. We have stayed by
the old land, but have been galled
by no yoke; no fetter?' bind us; we
are as free as any and every section
of the United States. Americans
live here in security and freedom.
They do not find any difierence in
the state of our society to what
they have been accustomed to. We
are as one race, onfe family, and no
distinction is discernible. But this
man Chandler (whose first name
should be Tallow) would upset all
this. He would introduce hatred
and strife where all iB now peace
and contentment. But in the light
of past history it will be correct,
perhaps, to set the present wave of
tail-twisting down as a bluff;  a
pretty big bluff, and one that will
rankle in the heart of many a
Britisher who may chance to read
it in various parts of the world.
In conclusion let us record our admiration at the conduct of the
Spokesman-Review and some other
north-western papers in their evident desire to set the two branches
of the Anglo-Saxon race by the
ears—and this, too, when Spokane
professes so much goodwill towards
British Columbia. Such goodwill
is not genuine nor disinterested,
and we would point* out that in
anathematizing England—the best
customer the United States ever
had—the choleric senator includes
British Columbia, for we are an
integral portion of the British Empire.
GEORGE E. YATES.
Groceries,Provisions,efo.
Home-made Bread, Pies, etc.
 : o:.  ,
BASEBALL GROUND.    '
B. B. WHITE,
Undertaker & EmbaSmer,
HAS OPENED FIRST-CLASS
Undertaking Parlors
AND
Preparation Room.
Colrabii Ave, East of Washington Strut,
ROSSLAND, B.C.
International Hotel,
FIRST-CUSS DINING BOO PI
The most elegantly furnished
rooms in the city.
IMPORTED & DOMESTIC LIQUORS.
nm dram? mi * * * pool and eilliaed tables,
Travellers and Miners will nnd tho House a
pleasant Home.
.JOTEL
D DP IN ft 25c. to $1.00.
MEALS  AT ALL  HOURS,
Warm Dining Room.
SPOKANE STREET.
AUGUST MARTIN, Prop'r.
Artistic
AT   THE
PROSPECTOR"   OFFICE.
IF YOU WANT
Good Saddle or Pack Horses
CALL UP THE
^ Red Star Stables.
i
We make a specialty of sending horses to Trail and North -
port.   We get them back,   No feed bill.
DELIVERING & TRANSFERRING ANYWHERE IN THE CAMP.
DEALERS IN HAY AND GRAIN.
Northport, Wash. Rossland, B.C.
HARTLINE & WEAVER fee?
Church and! Sunday-School.
Presbyterian services will be held
pn Sunday as follows: Morning at
11, evening 7.30; Sunday-schooi 12
noon.    J. E. Wallace, pastor.
Methodist Church.—Morning
service, 11 a. m; Sunday School.
2.30; evening service, 7,30. Prayei
meeting Wednesday evenings at
7.30. _________
Stove8 of all kinds at bed-rock
prices. See Hunter Bros,, K. &
Co.—Adv.
FOR SALE.
r IGHT SPRING WAGON', with SINGLE
I i HARNESS, cheap. Also now Winchester
JUFI.E, is 00, with rerloafHng outfit. Latest
model.—Apply il. \Vurti, Undertaker, Spokane
Street, Rossland.
Certificate of Improvements,
" D.EEK   PARK " MINERAL CLAIM.
APPLICATION FOE LIQUOR LICENSE.
NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned will, at the expiration of thirty
days, apply to the Stipendiary Maylstrilte of
\V«st Kootenay district, for a license'to Bell
liquor at retail at the Bay View Hotel, in the
town of Trail. JOHN CALLAHAN.
October 21st, 1895.
CERTIFICATE   OF   IMPROVEMENTS.
"ST. LOUIS " MINERAL CLAIM.
Situate in the Trail Creek Mining Division of \yest Kootenay District. Where located": About pn<-
mile southwest from Rossland.
Take Notice that I, A.S. Farwell,
as agent for Frederick A. Mulhol-
iand, No. 59,500, intend, sixty days
from the date hereof, to ij.pply ti
the Gold Commissioner for a certiorate of improvements, for the.pur-
pose of obtaining a prown grant of
the above claim.
And further take notice, that adverse claims must be sent to the
Gold Commissioner and action commenced before tjie issuance of such
certificate of improvements.
Dated this first day of November, 18'Jo.
A; S. FARWELL.
Certificate of Improvements.
" PILGRIM " MINERAL pLAIM.
Situate in theTrq.il Creek Mining
Division of West Kootenay District.
Where located : North of and adjoining the W'ir Eagle clam;.
Take Notice that I, A.S. Farwell,
as agent for Thomas L. Savage, No
57,051, and William Austin, No.
(12,127, intend, sixty days from the
date hereof, to apply to the Gold
Commissioner for a certificate of
improvements, for the purpose of
obtaining a prown grant of the above
claim.
Ami further take notice, that adverse claims must be sent to the Gold
Commissioner and fiction commenced before the issuance of such
certificate of improvements.
Dated this fourth day of November, 1895.
A. S. FARWELL.
Certificate of Improvements.
" MUGWUMP " MINERAL  CLAIM.
Situate in the Trail Creek Mining
Division of West Kootenay District
Where located : North and adjoining the Iron Mask claim.
Take Notice that I, William M.
Newton, free miner's certificate No.
5.6,691, intend, sixty days from the
date hereof, to apply to the Gold
Commissioner for a cert ideate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of the above
claim.
And further take notice, that adverse claims must be sent to the Gold
Commissioner and action commenced before the issuance of such
certificate of improvements.
Dated this fourth day of November, 1895.
W. M. NEWTON.
New Fall and Winter
MILLINERY
AT VERY MODERATE PRICES.
Ladies are requested to call and
examine my stock.
Over Bigelow's Store.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
Mrs. Helen Varkcr.
W. H. RINGER
LICENSED AUCTIONEER,
Sells   on  Commission.
ROSSLAND, B.C.
Situate in Trail Creek Mining Division ot
Kootenay District of British Columbia. Where
located:'On the north side and adjoining the
Good Hope mineral claim and the south side of
the Ontario mineral Claim.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Flnimore Melhourn
McLeod, free miner's eerlilieale No. 61,479, intend, sixty days from the dale hereof, to apply
to the Gold Commissioner for a Certificate ol
improvements, for Ihe purpose of obtaining a
Crown grant of the above claim.
And further take notice, that adverse claims
must be sent to the Gold Commissioner and
action commenced before the issuance of such
certificate of improvements.
Duted this 17th October, A.D. 1695.
F. M. McI.EOD.
CERTIFICATE.   OF  IMPROVEMENTS.
" BUCKEYE"   MINERAL  CLAIM.
Situate in the Trail Creek Mining Division
of West Kootenay District and located north
of, and' adjoining the Monte phrlBtb Mineral
Claim.
TAKE NOTICE that I, J. A. Kirk, acting as
agent for I.ouis i.ieiiaman,-Free Miner's certificate No, 00,866, a'nd Charles Schmidt, Free
Miner:* certificate No. 60,884; intend, sixty (GUj
days from the date hereof, lb apply to the Gold
Commissioner for a eerlilieale of improve.
ments for the purpose of Obtaining a Crown
Grant of the'abovo Claim.
And further take notice, that adverse claims
must be sent to the Gold Commissioner and
action commenced, before trie issuance of such
certificate of iniprdve'meuts.
Dated this 24tb day of October, 1895, at Rossland, B. C. J. A.'KIRK.
Certificate of Improvements.
"DEFENDER" MINERAL CLAIM.
Situate in Trail Creek Mining Division of
Kootenay District of British Columbia. Where
located: Oii the west side of Red Mountain, in
tiie said mining division.
TAKE NOTICE that I, F. M. McLeod, of (lie
town of Rossland, in ' Kootenay District ot
Uritish Columbia, acting as agent for Thee
dore F. Trask, free miner's certificate No. 57171,
Joseph Almoure, free miner's certificate No.
M?2b, Joseph Brown, free miner's certificate
No. 81201, and Walter L, Lawry, free miner'?
certificate No. 5728J, all of the said town oi
Rossland, intend, ,-ixty days froin the date
hereof, to apply to the Gold Commissioner for
a certificate of improvements, for the purpose
of obtaining a Crown grant of the above claim.
And further take notice, that adverse claim-
must be sent to thS Gold Commissioner and
action commenced before the issuance of such
certificate of improvements.
F. M. Mcl.EOD.
Dated this 3rd day of October, 1S95.
Certificate of the Registration of a Foreig:
"C03IJ>ANIF£   4CT("    PABT   IV.,   AND    AMENDING
ACTS.
"UIUTlKII-AMErUCAN   MIKING COMPANY1
(Jfofelpil)t
Registered the 1st day of August, 1S95.
I hereby certify that I have this day registered
the '.' British - American Mining Company "
(Foreign) under the "Companies Act," Pari
IV., Registration of Foreign Companies, and
Amending Acts.
The head ofliice of the said Gompany is situated at the city of Uutte, state of Montana,
U. 8. A.
The objects for which the Company is established ar$; To engage in, do and carry on an>
and all kinds of mining, milling, reducing, refining and treating of ores and minerals and
any other commercial business; to purehase or
otherwise acquire, own, hold, rent, mine, develop, improve, work, deal in, lease, sell, convey or otherwise dispose of mines and mineral
lands, townsites or town lots, blocks, or any
subdivisions thereof; electric light or power
plunts, roads, tramways, or any other means
of conveyance and transportation; to acquire
by purehase, or .otherwise dispose of, stocks or
shares of stocks of other incorporated companies, and bonds, negotiable instruments, and
other obligations and securities; with power to
the Company to endorse and guarantee any
bonds, negotiable instruments, or other obligations dealt in or sold by it, or which may be or
may have been made or issued by any corpora-
lion In which this Company may own a majority of the stock; to acquire, buy, own, hold,
sel], exchange and deal in any and all kinds of
merchandise, personal property and real estate
wheresoever within the Htate of Montana or
elsewhere without said state; to lend money
for profit and to take, hold and realize upon
securities therefor; to borrow money for the
business of tiie Company and to give security
therefor; and for the purpose of raising money
necessary for the transaction of the business of
the Company or of any of its business or the
acquisition of property; to execute bonds, d
Dentures, promissory notes or other evidences
of indebtedness, and to secure the same by
mortgage or pledge of nil or any part of the
property of the Company real or personal; to do
business on commission and to act as agent or
attorney of or for other persons or corporations
in tho doing or transacting of any business
which this Company may or can do or carry on
for itself; to carry on any other business or to
do any other thing In connection with the oh.
jeets and purposes above mentioned that may
be necessary or proper to successfully accomplish or promote said objects and purposes;
to construct and operate ditches, canals, dams,
and other means of conveying and utilizing
water for irrigation purposes; to purchase,
hold, develop, improve, use, lease, sell or convey, or otherwise dispose of, water powers and
the sites thereof and lands necessary or useful
therefor or for the industries and habitations
arising or growing up or to arise orgrow up in
connection with or about the same. The capital stock of the said Company is Ave hundred
thousand dollars, divided into five hundred
thousand shares of the par value of one dollar
each.
Given under my hand and seal of oliice at Victoria, Province of Uritish Columbia, this
first day of August, one thousand eight
hundred and ninety-five.
[L.S.J
S. Y. WOOTON,
Registrar of Joiut Stock Companies,
Wm. R, Beatty,
CABINET-MAKER
and UNDERTAKER.
Pictures Framed, Furniture Repaired,
and Seiml Jobbing,
Pou.'t forget the place—
SOUTH SIDE RESERVE STREET, ROPSJ.AND.
Go To
WARD'S,
HEAP OF SPOKANE STREET,
FOR  FINE
Bar Fi
A.\n
CABINET WORE.
UNDERTAKING.   -   EMBALMING.
CASKETS & COFFINS
ON HAND.
A, Nelson.
Columbia & Kootenay Ry.
TIME TABLE No. 5.
Taking effect Friday, July 26, 1895,
Cancelling all former time tables.
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Cabinetmaker & Turner.
FURNITURE  REPAIRED.
Carpentering
and Job Work.
Cor. WASHINGTON and EESERVE STS.,
ROSSLAND, B.C.
^ff-SLOCAN LAKE.
Str, "W, Hunter"
CAI'T. ESTABBOOKS, MASTER.
Leaves New Denver daily
fof all points on Slocan
Lake,
(SUNDAY EXCEPTED.)
ilocan Trading & Navigation Camay,
pokane Falls
& NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Nelson & Fort Sleypud Railway,
ALL RAH 13 SNUffl WASSIJD,
*Flag station.
Train No. 1 awnlts arrival of Str. Alhertaat
Nelson nnd connects with boat for Trull Creek
at Robson.
Train No. 8 Connects with boat for Revelstoke
at Robson.
Trains Xos. 2 and •! will await arrival of boat
at Robson.
The Company reserves the right to change
the time trble without notice. '
Pacific standard and 21-honr system adopted.
J. HAMILTON, Trainmaster and Agent,
Nglson, 1J.C.
Great Northern
...Rail-waY....
Tha Shirt Fast Sonic Route,
r- TO s
Seattle;, Victoria,
Vancouver & Puget
Sound, and all Pacific Coast Points, St.
Paul, Chicago and Points Beyond
Modern Equipment.   Rockrballast
Road-bed.
Attractive tours via Duluth and the Great
Lakes in connection with exclusively passenger boats of Northern S. S. Co.
Direct connection via Nelson & Fort Sheppard
railway at Spokane, and via C. & K. S. N Co.
nt llonner's Ferry. '	
For mops, tickets', and complete Information
call on Agents C. & . S. NaT. Co ; N. & V. s. r'y
oa   C. 0. Diyo.v, Oen. Agent, Spokane, Wash.
F. I. Whitney, U. F. & T. A., St. Paul, Minn.
F. T. Abbott, Travelling Freight Ji Fussenge)
Agent, Spokane, Wash.
Canadian Pacific E,
y.
Daily   [except   Sunday]   between
Spokane and Northport.
Tri-Weekly between Northport and
Nelson.
L've 8'43 a. in. NUXSON Art. 5-S5 ]>. lit.
ON Mon.'s Wednes.'s and Fri 'a trains will run
through to Spokane, arriving there same
uuv. Returning will leave Spokane at 7
a. in. on Tucs'sThurs's amlsatnr's, arriving al
Nelson at 5:25 p.m. same day, making close connections witli steamer Kelson for al ooKteuay
lake points,
Passengers for "" i River and Boundary
Creek connect at Marpus with stage on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays anil Fridays.
Passengers for Trull Creek mines connect at
Northport with stage Daily.
REVELSTOkE   TIME   TABLE.
Atlantic. JCxpross uri'lvcs 10;1() iluily.
I'aeiflo » "       lT-lt      "
Cheapest, most reliable and safe route to Mon-
treat, Toronto, St. Paul, Chicago, New York and
Boston. Rates?! to510 lowoi than any other
route.
Specially fitted Colonist oars, in charge of a
porter, for tho accommodation of passengers
holding second-class tickets.
Passengers honked to and from ail European
points at lowest rates.
Low freight rates. (Juick despatch. Merchants
will save money by having their freight routed
viu the C. P. R.
Full and reliable information given bv applying to
CEO. McL, BROWN, I. T. BREWSTER,
Asst, Gen. passenger agent,       Local agent,
Vancouver. Revelstoke.
C. & K, S. N. Co.,
LIMITED.
TIMK   TABI/E   NO.    ?.
In effect Monday, April 29,1695.
Kaslo route—Str. Nelson,
LV. NELSON. LV. KAPi.t
./...' Mon<1 iy..     ..4 a. m.
5'40 p.m Tuesday .......'....'
4 p.m..... Wednesday ...4a.ni
5*40 p.rn,... Thursday .... .8 a. xxu
 Friday ......4 a. m.
5*40 p.m.. . . Saturday	
Conneoting on Tuescuys, Thursdavs and Saturdays with N it F ST(ii|H'ny for Kaslo' 'jvihI Ink*
points, Connecting on MondAy'.-:; Wednes
days mil Fridays with N & F s r'y for Spokane.
Close connections with Columbia & K'ootenay
r'y at Nelson fur points north 4south.
Bonner's Ferry route—Str. Nelson
Leaves Nelson for Bonner's Ferry Mondays and
Fridays at 8:80 a. m.
Leaves Kaslo |or Ptonnor's Ferry Mondays tm>\
Fridays at J a. in.
Leaves UonnerjB Ferry for Pilot ittiy, Nelson,
AinBWorth .md Kaslo on Tuesdays and
Saturdays at -'. a. m.
Connects with east* and westbound trains <m
the Great Norihern Railway.
Revelstoke route—Str. Lytton.
Leaves Hevelstoke, southbound, Tuesdays and
' Fridays ut 1 a. in. for all points in \Ve».t
Kootenay and tho South.
Loaves Robson, northbound. Wednesdays and
.Saturdays at ti p. ni. for all points east and wt-M
•   ' via thuC. P. It.
Northport  route—Str. Lytton.
Leaves  Northport,  northbound,  Wednesdays
and Saturdays at 1 p. m.
Leaves  Uobson,    southbound,  Tuesdays  ami
Fridays  al fi p. n\.
Stages run, in connection with steamer, from
Trail preeJc Landing to Rossland.
The company reserves the right to Chang*
this schedule at any time without notice.
For full information as to tickets, rates, etc,
apply at the company's oitiees, Nelson, IJ. C.
T. ALLAN, J. W. TKOUP,
Secretary* Manager.
Northern
Pacific R. R.
Runs
PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS
ELEGANT  DINING CARS
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
To
St. Paul, Minneapolis Duluth,
Fargo, Grand Forks, Crookston,
Winnipeg,
Helena and Butte,
THROUGH TICKETS
To
Chicago, Washington,
Philadelphia,   New York,
Boston and all Points  east,  wet>t
and south.
TIME SCHEDULE,
For information, time cards, map*
and tickets, call on or write
II. G, Stijimel, T. P. agent,
Nelson, B.C.
F. D, Gibbs, General agent,
Spokane, Wash.
ob A. D. Charlton,
asst. Gen. Pass, agent,
Portland, Oregon.
VEGETABLES, NOTIONS, Etc.
Ladies' Furnishing Goods.
A Full Line of Finishing Goods for Dressmakers.
MILLINERY,   RIBBONS   AND   SILKS.
POULTRY, Live or Dressed, always on hand„
RESERVE STREET, ROSSLAND, B.C. *w*f-
. .K»WWK«rttn..«.V».«*»rt.W»
—Waif MM.WIWPBWMMBMMW m»:WCT. i a
BOSSl.AN'U.
4 {tattling flood Article.
""Viator" sends to the Victoria
.;' Province" one of the best articles
that has j'et appeared on Rossland.
He has got out his- facts in a clear,
|ucid manner, and although his
style is not grandiloquent the article is very readable A few extracts will be interesting to our
readers. He commences by saying:
."There is no more interesting spot
in British Columbia to-day than
Rossland. It is truly the most remarkable camp that this province
has seen, and there is good reason to
anticipate that ere long it will
equal, if not exceed, in importance
any that has ever existed on the
American continent."
He gives^the coast merchants n
fill) up for their apathy in the matter of Rosslimd's trade, and says:
j' The visits of the Boards of Trade
of Victoria and Vancouver were
looked upon as pleasure jaunts, for
certainly so little lime was spent
here that the visitors could not
have obtained anything but the
vaguest idea of what is going on in
and around Rossland.
"Last spring a few log houses
and canvas tents represented the
town of Rossland. To-day spores
of good frame buildings line the
streets, and the population cannot
be less than 2,0f>0. This has brer
brought about by the successful
development of the mines, of which
there has not hpen a single failure
so far. Every claim located within a radius of four or five miles
which has been properly worked
has proved fully up to expectations,
establishing beyond all doubt tht1
existence of vast quantities of mid-
hearing ore. * * * Rossland
has passed the expHrimeninl stage,
It is now firmly established, with a
resident population, as already
stated, of about 2,000. Families
are coming in every day, and
homes are being erected on all sides.
Surely Rosslimd's trade is worth
having, worth working for by provincial men. It is far more extensive than outsiders have the least
conception of. Coast business firms
may take this fact to heart. Ross-
land's people want good wares, and
are prepared to pay fair prices for
them; there must be no shipping
in of high-priced trash.
"Avery urgent matter for the
prompt consideration of the Provincial Government is the securing
for the farmers of the Okanagan
valley access to this market, the
best in this province to-day. Fifty
tons of hay are required weekly hy
the freighters and livery stable men
of Rossland and Trail,every pound
of which now comes from Colville.
Washington farmers are supplying
everything in the way of vegetables, as well as most of the grain
and dairy produce. Okanagan
farmers  should   find   this  mining
region a natural market for t|ieir
products, and until the necessary
roads are constructed they can
never hope to compete against
Washington or Manitoba. The
people of British Columbia cannot
too quicly recognize the fact that
Rossland is no boom center. More
money is coming in here daily for
investment in the mines. Expensive machinery is being imported
on a large scale.
" It is as well ordered a community as there is in the province,
I hanks to the admirable supervision
of Government Agent Kirkup.
"To give an idea of the importance of this division it may lie
slated that the receipts at the Government office at Rossland, the
principal town in the division, since
the first of March last, expetded
$20,000. For free miners' certificates alone $7,751 were paid in,
and $7,245 is the amount received
on account of mining records. As
a further indication of what is
going on here it will be of interest
to note that the number of registered bonds, bills pf sale, partnerships, etc., in connection with mining properties since March 1st exceeds 1,000, and that certificates of
improvements have been issued on
17(5 claims during the same period."
Alter giving a list of the mines
close to the town that are shipping
ore and the extent of their payroll,
he says: "No wonder, then, that
Piofsland litis grown up so marvellously, and that Trail, where the
smelter is in course of construction,
has already a population of 500.
" With the smelter, completed and
the   Rossland     mines   .connected
therewith by tramway, the progress
of this district will he even more
rapid. Early in the spring there
will be a big influx of people from
the United States, people who are
already interested in the camp,but
who have left for the winter nonths.
By that time, too, many of the
mines not now in active operation
will be in full blast. Whatever the
outside world may think, the mine
owners here are confident of reaping
rich rewards for their investments,
and will push development work in
the most thorough manner. It is,
therefore, within reasonable hounds
to venture the prediction that before many months have elapsetl
such scenes of activity will be witnessed here as were never surpassed
in the palmiest days of the mining
excitement jn Nevada .and Montana.
"It is American enterprise and
American capital that litis brought
about thirt condition of affairs, and
it looks very much as if to the
United States jvijl go a very bio-
proportion of the riches of the district. There is some evidence of
awakening on the part of our people, and in a feeble way as yet,
they appear to be trying to secure
a small share of Uki loaves and
fishes. It is also satisfactory to
note that English capital is beginning to flow this way. The feeling
is universal here that great harm
will be done this district by any
attempt at " wild-catting " English
investors or their representatives.
If they will but investigate on the
spot they may rest assured of fair
treatment. Everybody in Rossland
and the district is interested in
seeing none but the best mines pass
into the hands of English companies, and any attempt to dispose
of worthless properties would be
quickly squashed by the responsible
men of this camp, if possible."
ROSSLAND WATER SUPPLY.
The One and Only
Pure Water Supply
In this City.
$1.00 per tank, 25c. per barrel, 5c. per bucket.    Delivered to any
part of the town.
ORDER AT O.K. BAKERY OR HUNTER BROS.
J. F. Castle.
Northport & Rossland Stage Line
Stage !sav?,s Rossland at 7 a.m.,
Arriving at Northport at IQ.30 "
Leaves NOETHPOET After Arrival of Train,
Arriving at Rossland at 5 p.m.
HUNTER BROS., K. & CO.
HAVE  THE
Largest and most complete Stock of General
Merchandise in West Kootenay,
Dry Good3
Hardware
Boots & Shoes
CONSISTING OF
Groceries
Stoves
Hats & Caps
Furnishing Goods
Crockery
Etc., etc.,
AND EVERYTHING  IN THE  LIST OP
MINERS' SUPPLIES.
JIUNTER BROS., K. & CO.
'      -      Rossland, B.C.
Q0WPER-Q0LES& Johnson,
Mining Brokers and Agents,
REAL ESTATE ANB  INSURANCE
46 Columbia Aveims.
Beverly & Tolman.
-:o:-
WAGON AND BLACKSMITHING,
HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY.
-:o:
THREE DOORS NORTH OF MARTIN'S HARDWARE HOUSE.
J. A. SHUPE.
AT THE SIGN OF THE RED FLAG,
COLUMBIA AVENUE.
Boots,Shoes, Underwear, Shirts
And a Full Line of
en's Furnishings
AT   BED   ROCK   PRICES,
m.% ■!■gi tojut*
RAND
#
#
*
OTEL.
BOARD   AND   ROOM
$1.00 per day and upwards,
SPOKANE STREET, NEAR COLUMBIA AVE.
A. L. HOUSTON, Prop'r.
■■ m, ■"■'■w^ -mm
Hartill & Hill.
HMPLOYMENT  AGENCY.
Help Furnished Free.
We also deal in a
FINE LINE OF CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
FRUIT  AND   CONFECTIONERY.
RESERVE ST„ SEAR SFQKASIE11
8.  8.   ALBERTA.
Mon., Weil., ftu. I Thursday. | Tups., Prl.
Leave K1H0 f.>r Alnsworth, Pilot Bay nnd Nelson  8 a. ni I f> a.m. | ... 7 a. id.
Leave KelBOn for Pilot Day, Alnsworth nnd Knslo  8p. in I :i p.m. j ... ti p. m.
Close connection Is thus made between Lake points and nil incoming nnd outgoing
trains of theO.P. B. at Nelson. The above schedule is in effect in May 1896, subject
to Change.        Js. Waho, Purser. Uiio. F, IIaywauii, Muster.
^lili^l'
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FRASEMJHALMERS,
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Concentrators,   Stamp Mills,
VANNERS, HOISTS, PUMPS, AIR COMPRESSORS, ENGINES,....
....BOILERS.     MINE SUPPLIES.       PERFORATED   METAJJ
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