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i2.oorun ANNUM.
voi. L.Ko.se,
I LOCAN,   B.   *-'.,
DECEMB1
l'.iOO.
Orders for all
Kinds of Job Work
Quickly Attended to:
The Drill
Imeetinq of citizens
PROTEST   AOAls-l    WATER   HIOI1T
TO run A I'i; < 'iir.'ANV.
Committee Appol l t" Ploafl Cate »r
Town Doruro the Hold CotnntUiloner
— iiii-ni poratlon  Agnln  Comet Dp   n
Looks l.ilu' ii Go 'i lil» I'Iiih'.
ni'iron, mica, and n ruby colored sub Tharo la a vertical depth on the vein
stance, This latter resembles gar- of 80 feet, but trom the opening to
nets and is very hard, with a facet the summit of the hill thu slopo is
sharp enough to out glass. An assay very, all1;lit. The vein whore cut. is
of the rock bIiows a trace of Bold, close to the bunkhonso and fully GOO
Wafer has senta number ol the sop feet distant from tho main workings,
posed garnets to the Geological De- Ithasbecn proven to hold its course
lartment at Ottawa, and also to without variation, and the Btrike.lias
lending jewelers in Mom real and To- groatly encouraged the manage*
I'onto, to determine their character]ment.
oca.ii
A. YORK & Co
09
Dealers in Fresh and Salt
Heats, Vegetables ami Pro=
visions.
Goods shipped to any part
of the Slocan.
T. esd iv evening a biff mi oting 11
the citizens was  held  in the (> Idl'el
lows Hall to discuss tho water ques
tion.   It was a most representative
meeting and   much    Inti n il   '■•
evinced in the procei dings.   VV. D
Mci Iregor was 1 I eti d chairman and
s. B. ('li ment seen tary.   'i'i o chairman bi icily 1 tatcd the ron ■ ms foi
Icalling the meeting, that *  pi
company had staked a water light
on (Join creek for the pur] oso 11 put
and commercial value,
AIU.IM.TON   HO-ilMT AI.ITY.
Totrntpsopls  Kntortuinori  by Hn* Man-
Mgotnanl ni  tho Mine.
The American Thanksgiving day,
Nn.*. 3 ), wns made the occasion by
rs, W. P. DuBois, Walter C.
Adam ■ and others of the Arlington
mine managemi nt, of one of tho Jol
Host festivities over held among the
hills of the :• locan. Those who were
so fortun,ato as to have been present
On 1 lOHl Cl'UUH  IUI   nil-  i' .1 [ • ..-.. ■ ,   ,.
ting in a waterworks and electric  will long remember the event as one
SLOCAN,
B. C.
ight systi in hero.   Tho n| plicatii 1
«■< al ! ci in   I  I ire tin gold commis
sloncr on D com I er IT, and it was
necessary that the people lake action
at once if they wished to conserve
thi se valuable utllitic   I ir the ! bi i
lit ofthe town.   A number of cillz sns
aired their views on the s tbji ct, all
being opposed to a private c >r| 0 ■•
tion,  but urging Btrongly that the
people take action them elves there
on and put in a waterworks systei 1
,! the 'happiest ol their existence
here. Fi ut big sleighloa '- of towns*
i ering upwards of 60
persons, were the Invited guests, the
party leaving hi re at 1:20. The ride
OUR   ORE  SHIPMENTS
si'ltsTAVUAl.   SllOWINi;    HADE   Bt
THIS    DIVISION.
TTslsSonsoii Is PaT tlio Beti on Record—A
iiciiiiii.v KvlUenoo i>r iii«. 1.ir.■ mui
Wealth »f tho Camp Arlington tlie
QlKgoal Bhlppor,
Another shipper made its debut
during the week, being tlio Slocan
Chief, which, though on tho Kaslo
..._        slope, of the Kokanee glacier, made
Gertie Foley, Gertie York,  Fannio its shipment by way of Ten Mile.
Robertson. The consignment was 16 tons and
Third Senlor-E.   Barber,   Alex. | w    Bent to Kcl80Ui   Pftrt „,* lt ,llU.
Nevers, Alula I less.
"  Fourth   Edith   Racklifl
Tipping, V). Lavoll.      ^^p^,^,^.^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Fifth— F. Lavell, Florence Bull, R. courts a while bad
Robertson. lington 80 tons of ore was sent ouf,
Jdxiob Diviaiox.-Seoond Reader, bringing thoir Hguree over the 1100
senior-"* Baty, Frances lutchcr, 1,„.,,.... Shipments are being pre
"■'•*01'**- .    . ,, pared by   the    Bondholder,   Black
Second Header, junior-A. McCal- f.,j„ce ,U1(1 nie Two Friends,
luni, Mary Blnish, Ethel Lavell.       j    following is a list ot tho shipments
First Reader-11. Hull, E. Tipping, taj8 scar to data
Mildred Lavell,
***mm wni*
School bkpubt;
Following is tho standing of the
pupils In the various divisions of the
public school for last months
Fibst . Division.— Third Junior
Wonotta ■3lsti;l' ofthe 800 Bucks from the Smug*
I gler,  which  passed   through   the
"From the Ar-
Second Primer—A.   Beck,
Freda
up was a merry ono, ami a decided I Wlchmann, Ada York,
novelty to some of thc pnsscngors, F[,.8t primer—Daisy McCallum, 1
Arrived »l tho mine tho heartiest  Barber, Cassie Long.
nf welcomes awaited the guests, and! 	
the hand** 1110 now offices wen turner! I su-" 1 Biaok Prinoe.
over to tin 111 for their accoinmodn
■Winter
Here.
Are you prepared?   lt nut, ami you
want anything in the. line of
  —......tion.    Shi ■;'',:>• afterwards dinner wa-
at unco.   Thc  following  resoluti n   crvedln the largo mi and
was Hnally unanimously adopted and 1  b nieal was   f tho finest.    Mi thi
signed by those present; and  W.J.  dclicaciesi   the Benson were einbrac* it-^a—        ,---— —^^^^^^^^
Andrews, A. York and C. E. Smith- ed in tho menu   fr* lioj"ster8,turkey, at any previous time.   LaatWed'ies
erincale were appointed a committee  ' 	
The Black Prince hascome In for a
niece of good luck, resulting in the1
property li okingmoro promising than
<   ■   Hi-*'■*        ;    ,
t . 1 resent thi n    lu'.i ,. nnd
Heavy Underwear, riackinaws, German
Sox, Rubbers,Felt Goods,Klondike Shirts,
Hitts, Caps, Blankets, Clothing, etc.,
Von will gel the very hi si and
•it th,. lowest price  from
views of tlv citizens to the gold ci in        yp.
. :r ivh n the court ia held: «fjv>
"We, the citizens of Slocan City,in m*
mass meeting :     mblcd, do hcrobi ■fP
enter an  emphatic   1 r icst  agait  1 '
any watertight b ing grnnti d 1 1 an>
irivate  corporation    or    com] mj -,\
After it A I! is Over.
MINK.
Enterprise	
Arlington	
['lack I'rince...
Kilo	
Hampton.
Neep«*'ti
Two i' 1.^   '
Alberta	
Bondholder,..
locan Chief,.
80
ir.
90
MINKS   AND   MIKING.
TOTAL.
10211
1126
00
20
8
7
20
.,
IM
16
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around
iSi
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-. hose object it is       i      ill a \\   ■ r
.1  in SI 'Cnn (lity.
• e«'cek. or any —■'*—• ■• •■•*• 1
• r in tiiis *
'I   »     l .1 |l«
■'a,  i ther  li dv of
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i  iaadvlsa-
fi\
1 l,|o that the water right or privileges; ^
W. T. Shatford & Co.. General Meroh  <
a. tr.mnn iiVlpvlcw. and Camp McKinncv, B. C.       Ives.	
Slocan, Vernon, Fairvlcw, nnd Caini
Tlie
Victoria, P3.otel7
SLOCAN,   15.   C.
Has ample accommodation for a large number   of   Guests   and  supplies the   best   of
everythinv: in the market.
ALEX. STEWART, Prop.
Tin he water que?    <a
icdiu ■ that ol
IVlt tl     '      r. *
..   . 1    ••    ,.:,. 1,1   nl,
IllClll |XU<1    II     : .   ,	
partii     taking I      ••
. ■ .' el- 1 k i'i   ■ y,.
• ctually iir civic, agitation W
stated       '  . 1 ■ *'\
■	
lieaij-^B^B^B^B^S^f^j^pj^,^,^^^^^^^^^
dated  am mg 1 1   /iv
iti   ns   nd  ml   eigl
r: un .1- 1 in its favor
i of 1 iie • • '; had n iw   ' :
ish in "<'d ti; '.'  view?.    It  was nls
' p linti d    it h iw : n 1
: w (ell • 1 ■ i .  d   Fthi de 1 p ^
■   -.■■: taken, more    rl        1': in
ier to securu nil pu n I
iut di lay f ir t!i -1 iwn. N 1 one spo'
n rainst Inc if| iration, th • temper 1 f f$
I ihe meeting  c irr\ ing    ■ veri thi       '-*i
j^rlington
DHIote
SI.OCAN,   !!•  C.
■ 10 way.
A   r n   was   unanii lously
adopted, on in ition of A   B. Ti eter,
that hninciliiitc sti ps be taken I
ure ■ c u 1 in motion, tl ••
chairman appointed A. Y< rk, T. Me
Xeish, C  M.  Gething, J.  G. Mi
luni, and I' D. Uoburts   1 n i mi
tec to finance the thing through to a
successful   lir.isli.    Tho    neo
funds arc to bo raised by a j 1 it    iti
..11 the bank,   ■ 1 bo repaid fii 111
liiianci •   f tlio town when incoi'i
■d.   The lueetlntr then adj lurm
to
■
o
Ni w that thc win lo thing's nver.
Now that the c mtest's o'er,
N >w that - me tiro rej 'icing,
v Hint - ma f Iks feel sure :
(live n   .in sl  for a little,
After Hie nn n'al strain ;
l.i 1 'er :: •   I lalliher, wl li Full y,
Give m .1 n !i \\ iKano,
Let tho i'.i party cries, sounding,
1 lie In ihe 1 cln e : away;
l.i' us gel ever this pounding
1 If ea :li other's heads in thc frnv.
(ii 1 rid nt the gas that la * gathered,
That   ei ves to bemnddlc the brain;
And let 'er go—Galliher, with Foley,
1: ,-c n* a ie-*. with McKane.
Now thai tlie ballots are counted,
Now that tho man is in,
Now thai the race is linished
\:;d 1 ill   iii-   me c mid win—
Lei us have ppaco from tbe clamor,
Onci more b 1 settli I an I sane;
Lei ' r go   ' ;.:i liher, with b'olej.
Give us a n st with McKane.
Sing us no norc of 11 cti 1 is,
1 le our In • d ; nn more,
Now that    une ai 1 rej ilcing,
\ i\v that some folks feol sore.
Givi ii- n change 11 Bubj set,
Harp "ti > mio 1 cw retrain:
Let . r go  1 lalliher, with Foley,
1 live iw a rest witji McKane.
R. '1
I   ■      Cn ek,
Bar silver keeps hovering
tho 64 figure.
The Moilie Gibson  force is to be
increased to 50 men.
Oro shipments through this port
show a steady increase.
A crown grant Is being applied for
mi the Hyde, recently'purchased bv
the Chapleau Co.
Development Ib progressing well at
the Tniuattte and the ora recently
struck is staying with them.
Bi b Allen started to brcaktho trail
vr 1 to the Two Friends this week, so as
$jff\ to rawhide out a carload el'ere.
i.'l'     The station lias been blocked out in
the main drift of the Speculator, affording plenty ol room for sinking
,,]" rations.
0-ear McMillan  has tho contract
for   rawhiding  down   ore from tho
Bondholder.    A carload will bo shipped before Xmas.
;,„_      A number of big dividends havo
lj|jf 1 been declared   ol   late  by   various
I Kootenay properties, which will tend
si}
I
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m
w
m
vw
to quicken investments.
Audi rs in.
Offers up-to-date accommodation or the
Public. U is the homed ["ravelling,
Commercial, and Mining Men. ^
QETHINQ & HENDERSON,  .rop
Th
Hotel
DC!
n.
\\f\    \V  K. Boichas entered a suit lor
W «fi 000 against tho French company
J& owning tho Joker group, because ol
•V, salary due and money advanced.
yf.     The St. Eugene mine. Movie, has
VV contracted to ship $J.K».°g.woj;*
iti ol concentrates to I hilc. The 010
S> will pass through hero for Vancouver
W foi transhipment.
w Paul Hauck.l   Beanpro and Jim
\ti norrioluve secured a l^ontho
il/ Uoscbud,  one  of   tho    Bondholdoi
;Y: group, and will work it ftroaghthe
."-** uillll,..   u has a parallel lead to tho
Jf> main vein and carries good oro.
)\-d\-\-*%&m^&m^\^1&£(*i Hugh Sutlu rland  Las got bade to
'Jvv^^^.^.^.^.-^-^ vvliudpegagain otier putting through
....... , ,    ,,,7»tH- made upon   which!day a new chute of ore was cncotin- tlio recent big'^J*^-JSS
mittce getting incorpor i     ia d knocked  down  thrco  cars of ore. opera ions on tlioLxening star gi    ,
■      mil mk.ni •   mof tlml :;  II .1 m .In, ..■,..-..*-.. '•'  "' ^,.,V" •
lliy. ,     . MKHNI)   THK   TOWN.
i     unremitting •   ■ '    • ;':''• •'"•
,     ,    rSn,„   DuBois and Ins con-
v*-^*'...-'   y»--  +.*>■■ ***-..«•   J--..'..-   ..
■v.* '*■■'..■ 'yvyt."i.'V'*»■■■---■
tmfm   ^^^^^^
ting
. „ow as if incur,
go this time
O.l III.' i;i ■
Oivii     1 ■ I'10
jhipments of th<
5
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Slocan, B.C., is under the
SUM id Per
Who is ever ready to make
who tarry ..^In a while with hlm^
pint ol Jsff Biiv,
Ufe pleasant for those
fren -1 utnll nl their case and enal
guest to thor ighly enjoj him-
• If, Nn pains 1 I bei n -1 a red in
I lie pi ^^^^
I lUUCOll tliemoBl uiyvmyiu ~ .
\ el the camp
ZZ '-'-  » City MlneW Unto
WILSON
5L0CAN, 13* <-
Is reached by any trail or road
that runs into thc Town.
Do not ko past
%£ Vh<& htev H
.1  weelsl	
pod u]1 a< "' '
|ulve bci nol
ure banking
ti  ' ummmmmmmm
,   .n.VUd    ll""   t011«
.., , . most of it Btnce '
■   111
eadv ai d   heavj
Aldington and the
handsome returns derived tl   re!
; frcM demand has set in f
In thai  company.    However   the
}c not on tlie market, and It Is ev
!  digly hard wpickURnnv.   A
111   i ■ i- Hiev  wi 11    atett ai  -
Si0     nro«,yto28    Four weok.
. ;.      , i,     tli      'A - >™«
•"■'     ■■,•.•.". fcw shares were snap*
Uj    cents.   Recently a«an.
ifTcM-ccl nnd refuscd.and
^iirSe^^t!
SSniicn.win. 1 1 ■■■••■>■;■■■'., ;;;
'" "", '"   ':      . did not turn out
"""*"""■,;;;;.", I the buckets.cM,gh«
tho fall Bel in un n blumpon the hillside.
wm vcar's Miipiuents prom »c to bu
iS,>?W
|mpoto make things hum
At last week'-- regular meeting ol
tho Miner's Union, the following re* The C  P. R.   is J"f$*n "^
v.   ,       .-   ,. ..WctbeSlo reighl   In   this  dlst.tot  than
Minew'  I nton, hereby ten ,",,"•                .   .„„„„,.,„ dfliiv
ntendentoftheArllng* Tho freight tram is rannuig danV
lington  Mines ltd, a heart) vote of ngain, owing to > he j -;    ' " ''•
thanks for the courteous treatineni of oro shipments Irom all points.
Tram  i
Slack,
The Chapleau tramway wa • given
1 trial run in - 11 d i\ :i!''' rnoon, but
well.   Tho e il le
Ar
,,,    if you can gel an) .
x siln.'i it  " :'l,,x'
^^^^^^^^^ Coi 1 (rac
.,„• l-ainter  weni  n     Mundijy tocutl
bl . tighten ■    ''   :
[•he tram will  meet all requite-
, ienl 1.
■in
extended to members > f our organ!
zation win 11 v li 'in., the mine on the
'JI1I1 ult.. foi the purpose of talking
t 1 the men 1 n political Btlbje its, S.
I'. Ulemont, rec irtllng si cretary."
siiNINO   milium-..
Appende I h n complete list ol the vnr
ioua record   n . iterod at tho 11 '.ti
around     on
an accident
tnrougfi7ho Arlington ore
Frank    Provost    Is
crutches as tho result <
I a 11 i 11.. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
bins.
lle-ant now stock of visiting cards
letterheads, billheads, etc.. ait arrived al this offlco. Send in yom
order early.
r,   N1,    ,\ pold  ring, on Thurs
I 1'I'll I * I.      I 1   .. 1      l'    - '      •    "*  ' ,    w,     .. . - -     r- .-,, 11WI
^.-J^LfeVivInJft!
bv
I    ■! V I   IU III   1        >    ' , .   .
.;,. dnff prorcrty and paying for thla
,li 1   nl H
Its door
when
yon are dry
weary
or hungry
in Wafi 1 li"  ''tin . 1
mon creek lit it ball
Ion "il
., ■    , cnhitor
bettor 1   -'>•'»"
I
11 lissMiiNTH, 1 advertisement.
Sov2rt Defender for ;';■ yi ,\ gi ll. Madden returned Irom Nelson
' "" > '' !i" ' ' nhiii for li e puesdtn While there ho reci Ivcd
"mn.\ k for flvo years, Muiil.iU   ,iie-id news el the denth of his bro
''' B"k; ""'•' ther Hugh, In  Nome   Vlaska, where
^^^B M"iiiit.iin ir. ,     w-,. ,.,,,.., ;,,1   ,:,  Imdncss.    lln-1,
run tho Madden House al Naknsp In
ISil'l,   His ivid w aud  farail *' I'd I
in i/'i"i."'
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Fre»td»mt,»  Meataici*
Washington, Dec. 3. -The message opens with n brief survey of
the growing strength and increasing
power for good of republic institutions and American liberty at the
outgoing of the old and ihe incoming ol the new century. The Chinese problem is made Ihe dominant
question in the foreign intercourse
and an elaborate review is made of
the details of military operations
and diplomatic steps taken in the
progress of settlement up to the
present time.
In the event of a protracted divergence of views in the Chinese
negotiations, the president favorably inclines to Russia's suggestion
that the matter of indemnity be relegated to the court of arbitration at
The Hague.
Uncertainty is expressed as to the
prospects of the well-nigh extinguished German trade.
The settlement ot the Samoan
problem has accomplished good results.
The friendly relations with Great
Britain continues. The war in
South Africa introduced important
and vexatious questions.
Appropriate representations resulted in the British government
agreeing to purchase outright all
goods seized showed to be the
actual property of American citizens, thus closing ti incident to
the satisfaction of the immediately
interested parties.
The modus vivendi in Alaska
boundary matters, has so far worked without friction, and the Dominion government has provided rules
and regulations for securing to our
citizens the benefit of stipulations.
It is at best but an unsatisfactory
makeshift, which should not be
suffered to delay the speedy and
complete establishment of a frontier
line to which we are entitled under
the Russo-American treaty for the
cession of Alaska.
We await tha fulfilment of promises by the sultan to make reparations for the injuries suffered by
American citizens in Armenia,
The financial operations by tbe
government during the year are reviewed in detail. Immediate action
is urged as a measure to promo'e
American shipping and foreign trade
TI.e president calls attention to
combinations ol capital organized into trusts, and he repeats Ihe
language of his   previous message.
THE CENTRE STAR
interesting Statement Made
at Annual Meeting.
COST OF MINING REDUCED
Legal  Expenses Heavy - A   New
Rate for Freight and Treat
ment  Probable
In a head on collision on the
Mexican Central today 11 were
killed and over 20 injured.
The czar passed a very good day
yesterday and had a very good
night.
Four companies of German troops
are reported to be serionsly menaced 35 miles wesl of Pao Ting Fu.
It if, by the imperative order* of
the czar that the Russians are handing over the Shan Ha Kuan railroad to the Germans. The necessary documents were signed this
morning.
The English court of appeals has
rendered a decision whereby the
crown gets upwards of ,£.1,350,000
W. F. McLean, M. P.,has abandoned all idea of seeking the leadership at present. E. F. Clarke, M.
P., will probably be the Ontario
leader.
F, F. Cole,one of the best known
grain dealers in Toronto, died last
evening.
Gen. Kitchener reports from
South Africa that Gen. Knox was
engaged all day on Sunday with a
part of Gen, De Wet's forces north
of Bethulie.     The Boers retired.
A wild woman is camping in the
bush near Ottawa.
Five men were killed and 22 injured today in a collision on the
Southern Pacific, five miles south of
Suisun, Cal,
Daniel MacAleese, member of the
British house of commons for the
North Monogan division, is dead.
It is probable that the contract
for a Turkish cruiser to be built in
the United States will be cancelled
as soon as the Kentucky departs,
for it is difficult to see how the
money la to b« found.
The Toronto papers publish long
accounts of tbe Centre Star meet-
ng last week, and take the view
that another step has been made
the recovery of the mining industry of Canada, in the resumption of dividends by this company.
Is Luc Mr. Uooderliaui NhIiI
Among other things the president
of the company said "The chief
hope for reduction in the cost ol
mining lay in the adoption of the
contract system, which the Miner's
union had heretofore, by an overwhelming majority, refused to allow, although at the same time
the cost of mining has been steadily increasing. Under these circumstances, which had existed from the
lirst, and which everybody understood, it was made clear to us
by our new manager, Mr. F. B.
Kirby, that the time had arrived
when we ought to attempt to materially reduce the cost of mining,
and by increasing our ore reserve
and equipment, obtain better smelting rates. To accomplish these objects it was imperatively necces-
sary to close down the mine.
The labor unions have by a large
majority, accepted the contract
system; ^and our relations with
labor, wh'ch a year ago were a
menace to the peace and welfare
of the camp, have become established on an amicable basis; and
our costs of mining have been reduced at least   30 per cent."
Low liradr Or<* lsallalie
Vice president, T. G. Blackstock
justified the closing down of the
mine because by that means better
labor conditions bad been obtained,
and these enabled the management
to reduce the cost of operations.
He quoted figures of the manager
to show that the actual cost ol
mining in the War Kagle averaged
$2.20 per ton last month, as
against $3.95 for the year ending
September 30, and tbat tbe total
cost of production last month was
$3.25 per ton against $5.20 the
past year. This means a reduction
of about 45 per eent. This reduction of course greatly increased the
possible output of the mine, by
in aking a vast amount of lower
ijrade avaiable.
■larllUKlun'k Heporl
"From a  letter  dated    Oct, 23,
1900:
"(c) The Centre Star is improving in depth. Tbe fourth level is
opening out a very tine body of ore
11 the west, and on both sides of
tqe fault, which broke up tbe third
|evel' while the fifth level 175 feel
deeper, has broken into a fine body
of ore, where the station is just
being cut at the shall'. 'Ibis new-
level should be entirely free trom
lhe fault in the west end, and
great thing are expected of it.
Although I have been through the
Le Roi mine, and have seen tne
stopes 100 feel wide, I must still
hold to my belief that the Centre
Star will yet prove the biggest mine
in the Rossland camp."
iMlirrsllna   Figure*
The financial statement for the
year shows $238,000 paid for min
ing and development, $11,500 for
diamond drilling, legal expences
exceed $33,0001 The net proceeds
from ore sales were $3511,000. The
second dividend of $35,000 will be
paid January 1.
Knox and lieWct
London. Dec. 1.—The Evening
Standard reports that a grewt fight
is in progress between Gen. Knox
and Gen. De Wet near Rouxville,
in the southeastern extremity of
Orange River colony and that the
capture of General De Wet is considered imminent.
Kill lienor'* Firm l»l»|>nt< ll.
The first dispatch from Gen. Kitchener from Bloemfontein,Nov. 30,
confirms the fighting between Gen.
Pilcher and Gen. De Wet as cabled
and adds the latest reports regarding Gen. Know being in touch with
Gen. De Wet's force.
Kitchener also reports lhat Gen
eral Paget was fighting with the
Viljeon and Erasmus commandoes
and that he drove them from
their position in the vicinity of
Reitfontein. The British have six
men killek and 56 wounded including Colonel Lloyd.
Thirl) live Killed.
A patrol of fourteen South African constabulary during the night
of Nov. 2.S, engaged a contingent
from Massobocks commando, and
35 Boers are reported to have been
killed or wounded.
DEVOURED A GIRL
Huge Panther Tears Her to
pieces.
THE FARMERS ORGANIZE
And Slart on a Vigorous Search-
How the Child Was.
Caught.
A Winnipeg dispatch says Mr,
Greenaway, formerly premier of
Manitoba, while in conversation
with an intimate friend yesterday
morning, intimated his intention ol
retiring from public life and devoting his time to business.
Three Mil«l«l<»
Victoria, B. C. Dec. 1 Jack
Hayes, a saloon keeper who attempted to poison himself with
rough on rats on Nov. 15th. swallowed the contents of a box ot the
rat poison yesterday afternoon and
died last night.
II Un*. Mr*    Albright
Buffalo, Dec. 1.—The woman
who committed suicide yesterday
at the Iroquois hotel here has been
identified as the wife of H. fl. Albright, who was recently engaged
in the hotel business in San Diego,
Cal.
Mllll Another
Nelson, Dec. 1.-Special. — Dr.
Hall was called out at 2.30 o'clock
this morning to attend to the case
of an inmate of Florence Brandon's
house on Lake street. On his arrival the patient proved to be Florence Brandon who had poisoned
herself.
Ilrlllsli   ra-IUiiM nl
London, Dec. 3.—The opening of
the initial session of ihe fifteenth
British parliament occurred at 2
o'clock this afternoon.
It was a formal affair and of little
public interest. Small crowds 'is-
semb'ed to see the beef eaters who
carried eut the usual search for possible conspirators in the vaults beneath the house of parliament
with the customary ceremonial, and
with the customary result.
There was likewise the usual
competition of zealous membeis of
parliament to he first on lhe scene,
and Mr. J. C. Mac Donald, Conservative member lor Southwark easily
secured the choice of seats, arriving
in the house at midnight,
Tin* II«ii«i. *teel»
The only business before the
house was the election of a speaker.
This did not occupy anvj length of
time as there was no opposition lo
the re-election of Mr. Wm, Court
Gully tor a third term. The real
work of the session will not begin
until Thursday with the raiding of
the Queen's speech
Till*   Falrtlrw
I'nder the agreement between
George Gooderham and the Fair*
view corporation, Mr. Gooderham
agrees to loan the corporation $30,-
000 on the security of its mining
properties at Fairview, In consideration for this loan, which bears
interest at six per cent, the corporation gives Mr. Gooderham a five
months' option to purchase a one-
half interest in tbe properties for
$100,000. In case he lakes advantage of his option the present company will   be reorganised) giving
him a controlling interest in the
mines.
A meeting of the stockholders of
the corporation has been called for
Dec. 14 at Fairview, B. C, In ratify
the agreement with Mr. Gooderham,
Minneapolis, Minn, Dec. 4.—A
Cartwright, Wis., special to the
Times says: An eight year old
daughter of C. F. Riley, a farmer
living about 16 miles from here was
carried away recently by a huge
panther and devoured. The girl
was walking along the road near
the tarm, when the beast sprang
trom the woods and taking the
girl in his huge jaws, carried her
into a swamp,where she met a horrible death, being torn limb from
limb. Tbe remains were gathered
up and buried, The community
has organized a panther hunt and
the farmers will not lay aside their
guns until the brutes shall be exterminated. Since they started out,
a panther measuring ten feet from
tip to tip has been shot and two
other large ones have been seen.
.Mimts-li wii*i« "'•■"
Rossland, B. C, Dec. 4.—
Yesterday and today the stock
market produced two sensations.
White Bear has jbmped up to 4c,
and has been in demand around
that figure. Today 67,000 shares
were disposed of on th« exchange
around the figure quoted.
While the manager will not talk,
it is asserted that the diamond drills
have disclosed the presence of the
looked for Le Roi ledge, hence the
demand tor stock.
In London Le Roi shares dropped
$5. The reason given being a sudden bear attack. No quotations
have been received today.
KRUGER IS ALONE
Emperor  Nicholas Will Not
Meet Him at Nice.
AUSTRIA'S RULER BUSY
A Sunday KliooiliiK,
Rossladd, B. C. December 4.—
This morning before Police Magis*
trate Boultbee Mrs. Margaret Jones
was charged with killing a valuable
collie dog, the property of J, VV.
Ferrier. It was claimed that the
animal was shot by Mrs. Jones
early on Sunday morning last.
Four witnesses testified as to the
shooting, and the subsequent admission made by Mrs. Jones. The
accused went into the witness box
in her own beha'f, and the case was
then adjourned until Thursday next
tor further evidence
^ Polite   Reply From   Velnna to
Poor Oom Paul -No Use for Hint
Outside of France.
The Trail  Smeller
The following are the ore shipments received at the Trail smelter
from the different shipping mines
for the week ending Dec. 1:
Tons
Centre Star 2789
Iron Mask 221
B. C   252
Payne    IV
Sullivan    104
Ymir      50
Total 3547
.Waltr and Hulllou.
For the week ending Dec. 1 the
matte shipped Irom the Trail smelter was 94 h, tons. The bullion
amounted to 92'.. tons.
Four  .lien   Hrwiinrd
Spokane, Dec. 1. — Four lives
were lost here last night by the capsizing of a ferry boat in tbe Spokane
river.
The ferry is about two miles
down the river. It was crossing
the stream with 18 workmen, who
had ended their day's work in a
construction camp near the Great
Northern's new bridge.
Tbe men crowded to the bow and
it was forced under by the swift
current and the boat was swamped.
All tbo men were thrown into the
water. Five swam to shore and the
others climbed on the capsized
boat- The waves ran high and
washed four of them off lo
drown. The dead are: L. Simons, colored, lack I ovett aud two
unknown Italians.
A I li 11 nil   FIkIii
London, Dec. 1.—There was   an
extraordinary incident in Whiting
Bay, Arran, yesterday euening,connected with lhe recent union of Ihe
Scottish churches.
A number of aiili-iinionists attempted forcibly to take possession
ofthe local free church and the officials barricaded tbe doors, whereupon the besiegers stormed the
church and tried to force an en-
ttance by way ol the rool. They
then broke through a window and
compelled the defenders of the edifice to retire at the point of a revolver.
Heath ol 'li*.  Ilnuicerloril.
The many friends of J. 11. M.
Ilungerford of the C. P. R, tele*
graph staff in this city, will learn
with regret of the death of Mrs.
Ilungerford, which occured at the
family residence on Spokane street,
at 7.15 this morning.
Mrs. Ilungerlord had been troubled with asthma for some time
but although run down in health,
she was conaidered out of danger
on Saturday. A change lor the
worse look place early thi*, morning
and thc patient sank rapidly and
never rallied. Notice of thi funeral
will be given later.
(...riiiiiiii Lose lu I'lilua
Shanghai, Dec. 4. -fhe Germans
have lost 20 killed and many wounded west of Pao ling Fu, where they
were attacked by 2500 Boxes.
A quantity of losse powder exploded in tne arsenal occupied by
the Russians. The explosion was
caused by two Chinese, both of
whom wure killed.
Tien Tsin, Dec. 3. -Tan Wen
Huan, the author of the Pao Tung
Fung massacres, was paraded
through tbe Victoria road in a cart
under a strong German guard previous to his decapitation.
London, Dec. 4.—The Kanow
expedition proved inefficient, the
Chinese avoiding all attempts to engage them. The towns en route
were occupied unopposed and tons
of skins and silver were levied. Tbe
cavalry captured the baggage of
the retreating Chinese force at Swen
Hwa Shu, killed 20 of its guards
and secured 20,000 taels.
Three mandarins, instigators of
the massacres of converts at Tsi
Ming, and 2^ Boxers were executed.
Paris, Dec. 4.—"It is not possi.
ble" says a special dispatch from Co.
logne, "that Mr. Kruger will meet
Kmperor Nicholas at Nice or Men-
tone,"
Aiiniriii  Hum
London, Dec. 4. — In response t0
a confidential inquiry as two whether Mr. Kruger would be welcomed
here. A polite reply was returned
to the effect that Emperor
Francis |o-eph bad made other dis-
position for   the   next   lew   weeks.
Lord  Hobrrl*
London, Dec. 3. — Her Majesty
Cjueen Victoria has decided to confer a dukedom on Lord Roberts
and parliament will be asked to vote
him ,£.100,000.
The November  customs   returns
for Nelson were:
Dutiable imports $65,799
Free imports     8i9°7
Total $74,-of>
Duty collected. .$15,927   10
Other revenue. . 40 00
Total $15,1*1)7   ui
A   HI* Ore   Ileal
The largest 01 e deal ever arranged iu British Columbia, says the
Nelson Miner, has been consummated by the St. Eugene Consolidated
Mining     company,    of   Moyie,   by
which the Messrs. Guggenheim it
Sons, the smeller people of Antoga*
gasta, Chili, contract to purchase
$1,000,000 of reduced, wet silver-
lead ore yer year from the Movie
mines.
Owing to thc success of thc St.
Eugene mines Moyie has sprung
from a village to a city in a few
months.
M. F, Carey, engineer of the
British Election Traction Company
of Nelson, is the guest of Lome
Campbell. Mr. Carey is on his
way to Aukland, New Zealand,
da New York and London, on his
company's business.
I'p to the time of closing the
city list of of householders entitled
to vote in municipal elections on
Saturday night 666 persons had
duly legislered. This shows an
advance of neatly 250 over last
year's list which contained 423
names.
IIIISM.IM) NOTKS
E, W. Ruff, so well known in
this city as the former agent of the
Great NoVtBtfrn Ry. is now acting
for tbe Sullivan Machinery company
and lor several leading insurance
companies. Mr. Ruff's office is on
Columbia avenue west, neat >po.
kane street.
Rossland internal revenue collections for last month totaled $2<>',;,,-
(>3; those ol Nelson reached $5375,
Rossland beat Nelson in duty collected for November, the figures
showing Rossland $17,155.50, Nelson $1 §,967,10.
W. H. Adams, of the Gambler
Consolidated, is  at   the   Kootenay.
Mr. Justice Walkem took ip lhe
only remaining case, that of Ash vs
Burns, at Ihe morning sefsion ol
the supreme court today. Thi" case
completes the sittings ofthe   court.
Leo Craig, who has been acting
manager of the Merchants Bank ,if
llalitax at Grand Forks, has te-
turneil and assumed his dories here,
A care of great importance io
mining men is now being considered
by Mr. Justice Walke"' The point
involved includes the question as to
whether stock issued on its face .c*
fully paid up can bs assessed to pay
liabilities contracted by the company. Judgment will probably nui
be given for some time yet. I
BoMland *isy km. .1
Bossland, B. C.   December 4,
Another   fatal   accident   ti ok   place
about 3 o'clock this morning   in die
Nickel    Plate   mine,     when     John
Hickey was instantly killed.
Thc unfortunate man was one ol
a partv of three in the ascending
cage from the bottom of the mam
shaft. Hickey was standing on tin:
bars and when tbe cage had completed its upward course as far is
the 400-foot station Hickey turned
faint, let go his bold and fell. W\c
man was literally cut in two and the
upper portion ol his body wai
crushed into fragments against 'l|!"
side of the shall, the lower porli-'ii
tailing tu thc hoo-fool level.
It is supposed that Ilk-key's faint-
ness was caused by the dimes from
the blasting in the lower levels
where he had been al work.
Dr. Reddick said this morning
that be did not propose lo  have   a"
inquest.
IH»!i!il«r<l  an a   Kaililier
Chicago, Dec. 4,—Maurio Dil i-
riz, who has served terms in the
prisons of Barcelona, Spain and in
Italy, and is wasted at Havana, was
arrested last night on a Mexican
Central passenger train neat I'-1
Paso. He has $40,000 worth ol
diamonds and other jewels 011 his
person.
lie was disguised as a ranches
and when taken into custody by lh<
chief of police, offered to give up
everything he possessed to secure
release.
Oom Paul Kruger left Paris l(V
day. The Boei statesman '••""^
cheered as he drove away, swinging
bis hat Irom the landau windows in
reply.
Lieut, Col.   Otter will   bi  h*u-
quetted ul   Toronto on Dec. 20 Another Wreelt.
Pittsburg, Pa.,   Nov.   28.—Train
No. 4-i on the Cleveland <-*• Pitts-
^rg railroad, which left Pittsburg
at , 1 o'clock city time last night,
was wrecked at 1:30 a, m. half a
^jle west of Beaver, one man being
killed and several injured.
The official declaration  for  Mus-
1, Jtoka and Parry  Sound gives   Mccormick, Conservative,  a  majority
of 122 over Watson, Liberal,
Hon. G. E. Foster, ex*finance
minister, who is in Toronto on private business, sajs Conservatives
need not be in a hurry in choosing
leaders as there is no pressing
necessity for it.
C, A. McCool, Liberal, was declared elected in Nipissmg county
f0r the house of commons yester-
day, uo other nominee being put in
nomination. Rlock, Conservative,
claims the seat from Oct. 31, and
has filed a pstition with the courts
to enforce his rights.
A writ on behalf of the Dunlop
Pneumatic Tire company of London, Eng., has been issued at Toronto against Senator Cox, Edward
Gurney, E. B. Ryckman, barrister,
a|| of Toronto, Warren Y. Soper of
Ottawa, of the Dunlop Tire com-
pativ. limited, of Canada and American Dunlop Tire company, claiming damages to the amount of
$250,000 for alleged breach of contract.
Pearson, thc murderer of Annie
Grifhn, will be executed Pec, 7 at
Hamilton, the petition for commutation of the sentence to life imprisonment having been refused.
Mayor Payment of Ottawa is he-
iiijr boomed for deputy minister of
public works iu place of Gobeil, resigned,
Yesterday morning the body of
Fred Nessey, a well-to-do farmer
30 years oi age, was found partly
covered with snow. He died either
from heart failure or exposure.
The Lake Megantic reached Halifax yesterday after a tempestuous
passage. Twelve hours af'er leaving port the steamer encountered a
severe storm, and later the clutch
of the rudder broke tw ice, rendering
the steamer helpless and greatly delaying her.
A movement is on foot in Toronto to establish a large bakery trust
which will control the supply oi
bread.
Joseph Ha/leton, the Toronto
-'uggist who was arrested on tbe
charge of performing an abortion
on Margaret Milne, is now charged
Hitli murder, Mrs. Milne having
•lied last night.
The strength ol the czar is increasing. His physicians stated
'hat he passed a good day yesterday.
Kruger will leave Paris on Satin-
ll»y lor Cologne. On Monday he
Koes to Mageburg and thence to
Berlin.
E, Y. Baton, elder son ol the big
department store owner, lelt an estate valued at $1 15,01x1, which will
be divided between his widow and
two daughters.
MISCALCULATION
Sir Alfred JVlilner Says the
Boer War Is Not Over Yet.
GUERRILLA   OPERATIONS
l..rinaii. Seize  VesMiel
New York, Nov. 28.—It is reported here from Pekin that the
Germans have boarded a Chinese
vessel and demanded treasure consigned to an English company at
Tien Tsin. As the boxes of treasure had been landed the Germans
could not get it. They then hoisted
the German flag on the vessel and
confiscated her cargo.
Discharged Volunteers Will Have
to Take the Field Again If the
Boers Are to Be Subdued.
TERRIFIC STORM
A Typhoon Swept Guam Doing Great Damage.
HUNDREDS   WERE   KILLED
Capetown, Nov, 30. — In th
course of his address to the refugees committee on Tuesday Sir
Alfred Milner admitted that there
had been general miscalculation as
to the time when peace would be
restored.
Guerrilla operations, ir.tended to
inflict the maximum ol injuries upon
the victors, were causing delay,and
he finally pointed out lhat those fit
and willing to render military service could hasten their own return
and that of the other refugees by
returning as volunteers to the field
of action.
Nothing in regard to the  V. S.
battleship Kentucky is coming
direct from Smyrna. The authorities there are censoring all dispatches.
The improvement in the condition of the czar continues,he passed
an excellent day yesterday.
The opinson is expressed in diplomatic circles that the American
\ claims arising from the Armenian
massacre "may now be regarded
as practically settled as an irade
providing for the building of a
cruiser in the United States is officially promulgated."
Horrible Accident
San  Francisco, Nov. 30.—A
re-
Turkey threatens to go to war
unless the Kentucky is recalled by
the United States.
Lord Pauncefote is to be made
an earl,
Sister Sanghamitta, a Buddhist
nun, has arrived at San Francisco
from Honolulu and proposes to
speak throughout the country in behalf of her chosen faith,
France will not take the initiative
in intervention in South Africa, but
will not discourage any other
country Irom doing so, Mr. Kruger has not formulated any proposition, nor intimated what he intended to do. It is not known
whether he will ask Holland to propose mediation or open other less
clearly deuced negotiations.
With the president's approval and
that of the congressional leaders
the United States legislature provides tor a permanent standing organization with a minimum strength
of fifty thousand men, to be increased as occasion demanded by doubling   the   size   of companies.
In Toronto both ex-Mayor Shaw
and Howland, ex-M. P. P., are already in the field for the mayoralty.
Mayor MacDonald and Thos. Craw-
M. P. P\ also mentioned as likely
candidates together with Aid.
Spence.
Montreal Aldermen favor a petition of for turning some of the city
parks into skating rinks for the
winter season.
U. S. Cruiser Ashore.-Flve of the
Crew Drowned—Thousands
of Houses Demolished,
Murder and Sulfide
Wilwaukee, Wis., Nov. 28.—
Charles Nearang, a brickmaker,
early today shot and fatally injured
his wife, and then committed suicide by shooting. The tragedy
followed an attempt by Nearang to
slay his three children.
vised list of the dead in yesterday's
horrible acc'dent to a crowd ol
men and boys witnessing the Stanford-California football game, from
the roof of a glass manufactory
shows fourteen names.
More than 100 persons fell into
the furnace of tbe factory when the
roof collapsed.
The injured are now being cared
for iu hospitals or at their homes
and number about 83, many of these
cannot survive.
Manilla, Nov. 29.—The transport Sherman brings news of a terrific typhoon which swept over the
island of Guam on November 13th,
demolishing thousands of houses,
including the headquarters oi the
governor of the island. The towns
of lncrjaran and Tarraforo were obliterated and fcundreds of natives
killed. The cocoanut crop for four
years have been ruined and the vegetation of the island has been killed
by salt water.
The cruiser Yosemite dragged
her anchors and was driven one
hundred yards from the reef. Her
boats were crushed in. A launch
with a crew of five men which left
the ship to find a safe anchorage
were swamged and the whole crew-
drowned. The bodies of Coxswain
F. Swanson and SeamatVGeorge A.
Neill, were recovered after the typhoon subsided.
The storm veered after the Yosemite grounded and she was driven
further ashore. A boat which was
lowered was immediately swamped
by a big sea, all its occupants mir-
acously succeeded in reaching land
alter an hour's struggle in the
waves.
Hallway  Wreck
Birmingham, Ala., Nov. 28.—
The engine of an extra west bound
freight train on the Kansas City,
Memphis & Birmingham railroad
jumped the track while running at
tull speed yesterday evening near
Horse creek, 25 miles west of here-
The locomotive turned over down
an embankment and was followed
by three cars. Wm. Jones, a colored brakeman.was killed and Jesse
Wilder, the engineer, was caught
beneath the engine and so badly
scalded that he will die.
OTTER IN LONDON
Canadian Troops Get a Great
Reception Today.
A    DRAMATIC    INCIDENT
England and the Colonies Brought
Together by the War   Our
Boys Entertained.
Nome Initiated
Seattle, Wash., Nov. 28.—The
United States revenue cutter McCulloch has arrived from Alaska
with news that Nome is now completely isolated from the outer
world by a barrier of ice. For
seven long months this condition ot
affair will continue. The camp is
well supplied with provisions and
fuel.
Knox and   Hew el
c
Capetown, Nov. 29. — General
Knox has succeeded in getting in
front of De Wet, placing himsell
between the Boers and the Orange
river.
;o.—
The recount in North Grey  gives
Hr.   Horsev.   Liberal,   a   majority
Ot   l(t,
lorsey,
The French chamber of deputies
today unanimously adopted a note
01 sympathy with Mr. Kruger.
lo
Indian aairlllie
Chicago, Nov. 30.—A special
tbe Record from  Bakcrslield.   Cain
"ayian   Indian   named   Chico  was
burned lo death    a   lew   days   ago
mar Ketnville, bul whether il  was j poisoning
»n accident or he was offered  as a 1 Leeds   an
human sacrifice by the   other   Indiana in the parly is not known  lot
certain.
It in reported that several Indians
Were there al the time and thai
•hey were holding some lorl ol
dunce. The authorities believe trial
Chico was deliberately rousted by
°rder 0r nji tribe.
•Uiooltuy   iHih)
San Antonio, Tex., Nov.
One man killed and live others
wounded, one fatally, is the result
ol a clash between the union and
non union forces in the telephone
strike here. Wm. Lacey, policeman, is dead; O, B. Blauton, striker
will die, and Martin Wright, presi-
dtnl ot the electrical workers union
was shot in the left arm; Sandy
Smith an employee ot the telephone
campany and two others were also
wounded,
Sandy   Smith   did   most   of    the
shooting.     In company   with   other
employes of the company he started
out to repair broken wires. A
crowd surrounded him and began
throwing stones, he escaped from
the crowd, but they followed and
the light continued.
Lacey was the first victim; thc
second shot grazed Wright's chest
and entered bis left arm; the last
shot struck Blatnon. Lacey died
in a few minutes. The shooting
caused B great deal ol excitement
and nriiiv wild rumors, Smith and
one of the strikers were placet
jail,
As a result of the recount in the
P. E. I. the Conservatives have
now three to the Liberals two
seats.
Hii»alu'« Frli'iiiUlii|>
London, Nov. ^o.—Hr. Morrison
wiring to the Times from Pekin
says:
Mr. Degeirs, the Russian minister, who had previously assented
to all the terms of the conjoint note,
includmg the death penally clause,
has now intimated to the Chinese
envoys that Russia, ever actuated
by a sincere friendship for China,
will insist either upon the revision
of the death penalty clause, substituting a provision that tbe guilty
shall be punished by the Chinese in
a manner acceptable to the powers,
or that the terms of the note sball
not be irrevocable, bul may be
modified by negotiations with the
Chinese envoys. Russia has thus
again proclaimed how farcial is the
so called concert.
The Chinese envoys are kept
well informed regarding the discissions and disputes of the ministers at their meetings. So intimate, indeed, are the relations ol
Li Hung Chang with the Russians that there is no reason why
he should not be invited to attend
the conference of the ministers.
Japan requires that China shall
erect a monument to the murdered
Sugiyma, her chancellor of legation.
111
Ilier I'lilMiiilug
I.o.nlon.    Nov. 20.   -The      Beer
desease has   spread to
Birmingham and an
anlysis   of  .be   beer   in  the public
houses has been   ordertd.    A   I
lng ol   panic    prevails   among
people and many have gone to   he
•       ' ,     ..       *•      nasi   loiuid
hospital,    wi**8"
it     was]
thai   they   were
merly frightened
Thl  (fovernmenl has ordered an
analysis of all I I product. In Man-
cheater containing sugar.
A Pnbllr K. »ei 11 Hon
Tien Tsin, Nov. 30.—Tung Wei
11 nan, provincial treasurer of
Chi Li is being brought here to be
publicly beheaded by the government executioner.
I'o lour I \ orlck 11. 11.1
Berlin, Nov. 'o.-A special dispatch from Pekin announces that
Col Vonck the German commander,
died Nov. 17. His body will arrive in Pekin today,
lu south Africa
Pretoria, Nov. 20.—Colonels
Hickman and Plumer have arrived
here. During General French's
operations at Klip Riversburg,
their colums captured three wagons
loaded with provisions that were
identified as being part of the
the supplies that were distributed
hy the British for the relief of the
Boer inhabitants of Johannesburg.
The authorities, in recognition of
the services of Lunsdens Horse,
are paying indulgence passage to
them on their return to India. This
contingent equipped themselves at
their own expense and paid their
own passage from India to South
Africa.
Gen Smith-Dorrien's column has
returned to Belfast after a live day
march trom Bullstrootn. They had
only one casuality. On the return journey the Canadians, while
scouting, rode close to an ambush
prepared by the Boers. Realizing
the;r position they sprang from
their horses, turned them loose and
sent them galloping back to the
COlunm. They then sought cover
on a slight ridge and poured a
hot and accurate fiie into the Boers,
killing several of them and holding
the position successfully without
loss.
\ force of Boers attacked Balmoral yesterday. Col. Slackhouse,
I four companies of the Buffs ajid
one howitzer, successfully defended
the place. The British lost six
men killed and nine wounded.
Thirty of the Bull's were captured,
but subsequently released. The
Boers lost very heavily. The British took a number of prisoners
and brought in many wounded
Boers, several of whom subsequent
ly   died.
Col. Pilcher had a smart skirmish
on Nov. 27 with a part of De Wet's
command. The Boers retreated,
abandoning a lot of loot and a large
number of horses. Steyn and De
Wet were at the fight.
The Boers were so tenacious
that Pitcher's men actually reached
a position within thirty yards of
them, where revolver shots
were exchanged. The Boers
shelled the British with fifteen
pounders captured at Dewetsdorp.
The British lost one ".killed
and      six     wounded. Several
wounded Boers wete captured.
Many farmers in the district
have joined General De Wet.
London, Nov. 29.—A detachment
of 200 men of the Royal Canadian
regiment, Col. Otter commanding,
which has just reached England
from South Africa by the Hawarden
Castle, arrived in London today.
Since their arrival the Canadians
have been greeted everywhere with
tumultuous applause. General
Stewart made a brief speech to
them, during which he said Englishmen rejoiced over the honors
achieved by the home troops and
their kinsmen from all the colonies
brought together by the war. Col. *
Otter expressed his thanks for the
sympathetic utterance.
A Uraiuallt- Feature.
The lord mayor entertained the
Canadian troops today. A dramatic feature was a speech made by
Private Molloy, who has been rendered sightless by a bullet which
traversed both temples. Molloy,
supported by a comrade on each
side, related how he left his university to serve the empire. He said
he had no regrets for so doing, as
the "truly brave should be ready to
accept the vicissitudes of fortune
with fortitude,"
Vorlik   Dylutf
London, Nov, 29.—Col. Yorick,
in command ofthe German column
is lying at the point of death in a
village near Pekin. His illness was
caused by inhaling tumes from a
stove in his bed room. Field
Marshal Count Von Waldersee
will bring in Yoricks column.
Simultaneously with this attack a commando of 000 Boers,
with one gun, attacked Wilger
River. The fight lasted for eight
hours. Ultimately the Boers retired with considerable loss. The
British had one wounded.
As the Boers retired a shell was
placed among them on a kopje,
killing or wounding J thirteen. Tlie
enemy fought at close quarters
with utmost   determination,
Captain Baker of the first contingent, to South Africa, who figured prominently in the fights of
Sunnyside and Paardeberg, has declined to oiler for further service.
C. Renford, the old man, without a friend, who was found in a
ellar on Duke street, Toronto,
yesterday morning, died last night
with having recovered consciousness.
The Tug, "Home Rule" returned
last night from I'elee island, and
reports the vessel wrecked at Pelee
Point, Lake Ontario, breaking up
and all hands lost.
It is rumored in Ontario political
circles that Hon. G. W. Ross will
resign thc premiership in Ontario
to become minister of justice in the
Dominion cabinet, succeeding
Hon. D. Mills, who will go on the
supreme court bench. Ross will
be succeeded by Hen. J. R. Strat-
ton, provincial secretary or Hon.
J. M. Gibson, provincial   treasurer.
The Czar passed a good day
yesterday, and slept fairly well last
night. This morning his majesty's
condition and strength are satisfactory.
The dowager empress of China
is ill, and the Chinese are already
forcasting the situation in the
event of her death.
There has been a bad break in
the Erie canal.
Tlie  Keului'k)   at sin\rim
Constantinople, Nov. jg.—The
arrival of the U. S. battleship Kentucky at Smyrna bas so shaken up
the palace porte that evidences are
accumulating of a desire to hasten
a settlement to the satisfaction ot
the United States. It is now believed that Turkey will find the
money, and oider a cruiser in tbe
hope of propitiating the l'nited
States. The relations between the
l'nited Slates and the porte still
continues cordial.
Wat   III   Hru/ll
New York Nov. 28.—A Rio
Janerio special says official information of a positive character has
comlirmed Ihe reports that Uruguay is about to sever friendly
relations with Brazil.
The Bolivian minister informed
thc minister ol war that the Bolivian troops have been hampered
greatly in their work of suppressing tbe rebellion because supplies
have been received by the insurgents through    Brazilian   territory.
Hill  Hi* BUte*
Washington, D. C, Nov. 30.—
President McKinley will strongly
urge the admission to statehood ot
the territories of New Mexico and
Arizona. :,
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nn. DRILL, BLOOATS, B. C, DECEMBER 7,
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is riuii.isuiai EVERY iiud.vy at
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Address all letters to—
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Blocan, R. C.
FRIDAY. DECEMBER 7th, 1900.
DRILL   POINTS;
Crow's Nest coul is yelling lu town
at $6,25 per tun.
Anolent periodicals may be purchased at. this ollice.
Tom Brown will open a gents' furnishing ''lore ai Sandon.
Tom Duffy in opening a etgar and
stationery store, in Sandon.
Tito llogan's Alley banquet is one
of the fixtures lor Xmas week.
AY. Yvaterliind is applying for a
license for tho International.
.1. P. Moore, road inspector, has
wound up his services for the year.
Horn.—In Silverton, on tho 24th
ult., Mrs. W. Horton, of a daughter,
Mrs, I;. M. Covington opened her
new truit store, to the public on Monday.
The next serv-co in tlio Angl'din
church will bo lnld on Xmas morning, at 10:80,
W, K, Anderson lias resigned his
position with the CP.lt, as district
passenger agent.
Officer Christie has notiflcU a number of objeotionablo characters to
'cave town  lately.
W, .1. Twlss, Raslo's wide-awake
insurance agent, was rustling business here on Friday,
The waterworks mooting failed to
.materialize on Friday night, owing
A forward step has been taken by | U) lljt, 1)iy. Tory powwow.
.the provincial government in offering I A s,HTia| „„.,„* Mpvlco i8tobc
ii bonus so as to encourage shipbuilding In British Columbia. The province has immense natural resources
nnd thev deserve to be dovoloped.
Of timber and iron there is no limit,
and the establishment of a siicccsstul
shipbuilding industry would do much
to advertise the province
i:i)irom\i.  cuoi'i'iMi-.
This is the growing lime in B. C.
From all parts of tbo province come
tales of greater mineral development
and the expansion of.commercial cn-l
terpl'lso. Large dividends are being'
•declared by mining companies, Btnel-
•ters arc increasing their capacity,
and railways report business doubl-
iil"g. The old year is going out on a
■wave of prosperity.
The elections arc over -though it
is somewhat early at this writing to
determine the winner- and the strain
lias come to an end. It lias been a
clean campaign and a minimum of'
bad feeling has been aroused. Business can now get down to a settled
basis and prepare for the holiday
ti'Hdc. The thing is over and done
with, so let us all get In and rustle
for the advancement of the town and
camp in which wc live.
held in the Presbyterian church on
Sunday evening, Dec. 23.
Buffalo, where, he will put In the
winter. Beaioa has just completed a
successful timber contract al the Arlington. It, is strongly suspected Mrs.
Italics will return with liini in the
spring.
A eircular has been issued by the
CP.li. announcing the inauguration
of perishable freight shipments from
the east to ibis province. Tlie shipments aro made up at North Bay
and forwarded oVcry Wednesday,
with a man in charge to look after
the heating.
Knox church Sabbath school will
hold Its Xmas tree entertainment In
the Music Hall, Monday, Doc, 24,
All citizens have access to tho tree
for the distribution of presents. A
sttpper will be given early in the
evening, to which "all Sabbath school
scholars and all other children in
town are cordially invited.
Slocan city li
No. 62, W. F. of H.
Meets every Wednesday evening
in tbe Union Hall, sloean City, at
7.30 p.m. Visiting brethren cordially
invited to attend.
JAS. A. BAKER,
President.
W. J. ADCOCK,
Financial Secretary
Christmas
Alex. Rogers,
Tsonsorial Artist.
The Leading Parlorst
MAIN STREET, BLOOAH
J.I.KME,—
Provincial Land Surveyor & Mining
Engineer,
SLOCAN,
li. 0
The past week bas been one down- j | /f^** TtJ^
our of rain, cutting away the snow \ \J? y ±3
ml interrupting freighting. *•**'
pour
ai
The socialistic doctrine of public
utilities for the public good was the
most prominent feature of Tuesday
evening's meeting. There, was no
doubting the temper of the assemblage, which placed itself on record
as opposed to private ownership of
public franchises for speculative purposes. A live and energetic company
would spend a lar»e sum of money
in the town in installing waterworks
iind electricity, both light and motive, but the citizens feel that if outsiders consider the prospective franchise a. safe investment, it certainly
must be a goad thing for tlie town.
A strong protest will be entered
against the water right being gram
cd to the company, yet there should
be no dog-in-the-manger business
about it. If the right be denied the
company, then the citizens should nl
•once secure it for themselves and put
in a service, lt is a gm. I thing to
believe in public ownership, but bo
lief should give way to practice.
Incorporation has again conic to
-the front, as a result of the attempt
being made to Instal waterworks
here. It came before the public
meeting Tuesday niebt and a res■>
lution was passed to proceed with the
scheme at once. A Btrong committee
was appoint! d to raise tbe necessary
funds and i;ct things In shape for the
proper legal Btop to be taken, bo it
looks as if the 20th century would
find .Slocan a city indeed. It has
'been ascertained that the assessed
valuo ofthe town, under tho g ivern
ment register, is in excess of $100,*
003, and this will bo largely augmented when the building season ro
opens In the spring. The number ol
business houses and hotels have also
increased, giving an estimated revenue fully one fifth greater than that
figured on three months ago. Back
of the town arc resources sufficiently
demonstrated to warrant tlie citlz, ns
taking the advanced step In contemplation, and internal necessities demand that something be done, to ob
tain funds to meet these requirements. Tin; town will grow and es
pand and Its expansion should be
encouraged by the public spirit "of its
citizens. Public Improvements will
entice population and stimulate bus!
ness, to the extent oi malting this the
chief commertlal and residential cen |
tro of the Slocan country, Many
thing* have io be done, and more or
■less friction expected nnd overcome,
ere the municipal Wheels revolve
smoothly, bill a decisive action in so
curing Incorporation is more than
half the battle.   The cltizon   Blum Id
n ■• . iitnd in  :
Tho license commissioners meet, at
New Denver on the 15th. Twenty-
nine hotels arc seeking licenses.
The Conservative meeting Friday
night was well attended. John McKane and J. A. Foley were thc Bpell*
binders.
The school children are getting up
an attractive programme for their
public examination be tore closing
for tiic holidays.
License Inspector Black came down
Saturday to arrange matters for tho
hotel licenses coining before, the com-
ini.-sioners on tho 15th,
The Miners' Union new lrill at
Sandon was opened last Thursday by
a big ball. This town sent up a
number Of representatives.
It' "Brutus" would kindly hand in
bis name, ho may havo n three*
stanza screed that he inflicted on this
innocent sheet relative to a girl, ar.d
her song.
Div ino servic is, under the auspices
of tho Methodist church, will beheld
on Sunday next in tho OJdfe Iowa
hall, morning in,d evening. Rev. A.
B. Roberts, pastor.
John McKane. the Conservative
candidate,was a caller on TrtE Drill
Friday, lie is of Btrong personality
and is destined to make a mark for
himself in the world.
J. A. Foley received the sad Intel
ligence on Tuesday of the death of
his mother in Vancouver. The deceased lady was OS veai'SOld and had
been ailing some time, though hist
accounts showed her to bo on the
mend.
flood values in maeklnaws, ready
made pants and overalls. Specialty
in custom tailoring; proper iits guaranteed. Snaps in unclaimed tailor-
made suits John Hull, in premises
recently occupied as the Methodist
church.
Warren Boales, who has been in
this vicinity fora couple of years, will
spend the Xmas holidays In Walford,
county of Algomn, Ont. From thence
he will go to  Toronto, Niagara and
N
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LAMPS
Just the thing for
Xmas or a New-
Year gift. See our
Stock.
Carpets
also we have BOtriQ special bargains.   Latest Patterns,
D. I). ROBERTSON
Pioneer Livery
and Feed Stables,
Slocan,  B. C.
General  Packing  and Forwarding attended to at thc
shortest Notice.
Saddle and Pack Horses for
hire at reasonable rates.
CHRISTMAS
Fruits, Nuts  and  Ccnfoctionery  of all
kinds; equal to anything in the Gamp.
A. C. SMITH,
SLOCAN
Leave Your Order With
A. David,
THE HINER'S TAILOR,
i"or a Nice Winter Suit.       Perfect,  Fit  Guaranteed.       Wu use o.ily Al.
Trimmings and the Finish is First Class.
M UN STREET, SLOCAN.        Three Doors South of Postoflice.
Fresh Groceries
are what the people want and we always have them.
We have just got in a big consignment from the east.
We have a large assortment of Cross & Blackwell's
goods.   Groceries are our specialty.
 T» MoNeish 6c Co.
Just Arrived
Half a carload of Steel
Ranges and Heating
Stoves. Call and see
our display before purchasing elsewhere.
ALLEN,
Manager, **gg^~
A. R. BOLDERSTON
h. I iiii
TINSMITH   AND  PLUMBER.
Teamsters &
General Draymen.
Boarding Stables; Saddle Horses lor
Hire at Reasonable Hales.
Wood and  Coa! for Sale.
Agency for the Gait Coal Co.,
Lethbridgc,
Orders for Coal to be accompanied
bv cash and left at tho Office:
MAIN STREET, SLOCAN.
McCallum&Co
Dealers in General Hardware,
MAIN STREET,        -      SI.OCAN
^i^^^^^L^
Agents for Crow's Nest Domestic
and  Blacksmith Coal
Gwiilim & Johnson, The Murcutt Branch
OF THE W.C.T.U., SI.OCVN,
My
third big shipment of Heating
Stoves and Ranges for thc reason
will soon be here.
MeClary's Stoves took ihe gold medal
at the Paris Exposition.
Sole Dealer in Slccan for
these Stoves.
MAIN STREET, SLOCAN.
Notary
Public.
Mine?,   Real Estate,
ance, Accountant.
Abstracts    of    Titles
nished.
Slocan,
Insur-
■ ar-
B.
c.
Valk
/^*v*
ristmas
oods
*d&*
We are showing the
newest and choicest line of
Goods suitable for Holiday
Gifts, in Celluloid :
rianicure Sets
Collar & Cuff Boxes
Musical Stationery Box
Photo Holders
Photo Frames
Trinket Boxes
Paper Weights
• Souvenir Writing Pads
Slocan Souvenir Plaques
mo early nnd make a ch ilco.
small deposil  paid and the
! 1  will  bo kept
ibr you.
J. X*. WHITE 6c Co.
Trie Liquor License Act, 1900,
Of B. C.
The following applications for licenses
havo been made and will be considered
by the Board of License Commissioners
for tho Slocan License District at New
Denver, on Saturday, the 15th day of
December, 1900, at 10 o'clock, a.m.:
A. I). McGillivray, Windsor Hotel,
New Denver, hotel license.
Aylwin Bros., Denver House, New
Denver, hotel liconse.
Henry Stoge, Newmarket Hotel, New
Denver, hotel li' en ■ i
Jacbbson \ Co., St. James Hotel, New
Denver, hotel license.
Louis Levesque, Robson Hotel, Bob*
son, h tel license,
James Brown, McGulgao Hotel, Mc-
luigan, hotel license.
.1. T. Nau'.t, Etoaebcry Hotel,ItoBeVry,
hotel licetu i
R, Madden, TwoFrlends Hotel,blocan
City, h itel licon ie.
.I'.'ff Baty, lint"! Blocan, Blocan City,
hotel license.
Alex. Stewart, Victoria Hotel, Slocan
i lity, hotel license.
\V. Watorland, International Hotel,
Slocan City, hotel license.
Frank A. Card, City Hotel, Slocan
City, hotel license.
A. E, Toeler,   Wilson House, Slocan
City, hotel license.
Martin LflVOll.LnkOvlOW Hotel, Slocan
City, hotel license.
Qetlilng i'i Henderson, Arlington Hotel, Slocan City, hotel liconse.
Lake & Noble, Hold lioyal, SloCBll
C.ty, hotel license.
Hugh Niven, Miners' Exchange,Throe
Forks, hold license.
Oiner Dunuis, Richilicu Hotel, Three
Forks, lend license.
Arthur Mullen, Slocan Hotel, Three
Forks, hotel license.
Brandon & Barrott, Selkirk Houbq,
Silverton, hotel license,
Pat Grlffln, Thistle  Hotel, Silverton.
hotel   license.
Knowles & Flnlay, Lakoview Hotel,
Silverton, hotel licetis .
James Bowes, Victoiia House, Silver-
ton, hotel license.
Grant Thorbtirn, Thorburn House,
Silverton, hotel license.
George Aylwin, Aylwin Hotel,Aylwin,
hold licen o
l'e'ei Llndqulst, Basin Hold, A
ton Basin, hotel He use.
s A. McMonus, Junction Hotel, slo
can Junction, hotel license.
Annie Winter,  Winter Hold, Cody
hotel  111 i use
Doyle & Reefer, Chapleau Hotel, Le
mon Creak, hotel license.
Watchmaker
and Jeweler.
A full line of
Watches, Diamonds,
Clocks, Jewelry, Plated ware and Spectacles
always in -stock.
Repairing a specialtv and all work
left at The Drill office will bo forwarded. Mail ordem promptly attended to.
Baker Street, Nelson.
MINING   ENGINEERS
AND ASSAYERS.
Slocan,       -        - -      IL C
Notice to Delinquent Co-owner
1 HEREBY give notice that Al.Behno
has failed to perform bis assessment
work on tho Truro mineral claim (or the
year ending August Mi, 1900. An 1 1 give
notice that, unless the said Al. Itdine
pa*,8 his proportion of said assessment,
amounting to 160, and nil costs attached
thereto, I shall claim bis intoresi in the,
said mineral claim, under section -I of
the Mineral Act, Amendment Act, 1900.
Dated at Slocan City  this 24th day of I
November, 1900.
JOHN McKIKNON
Hie i liipwiis.
nterprlsa Fractional Mineral Claim.
Meets tho second Thursday iii each month
at :; p.m.. Next meeting in the Presbyterian church. AH meetings open
to those wishingt  join.
Mas. W. J. .\simi:\\s, Mm. T. B. Hall
President. ' (>r Secretary.
lnie;-
Sijjned, .
JOHN T. BLACK,
(' ilef ! ioens • I n inc
•lor.
Having realized how dif-
ficut it is for Slocan people
to come to New Denver to
buy, 1 have sent an assort"
ment of
inese
Situate in the Blocan  City Mining Division   of   West  Kootenay   District.
Where located:    tdjolninc the Enterprise, on Ten Mile creek.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Herbert T.
Twin*, aa agent for the Enterprise (British Columbia) Mines, Ltd., Free Miner's
Certificate No. 113(1328,intend, sixty days
from the date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Rccordor for a coitittcateof ira-
provemi nts, for the purpose of obtaining
a Crow n grant ol tlie above claim
And further lake notice that action,
under section 87, must be commenced
til-fore the isnuanco of such cirtilicute of
improvements.
Dated this 29th day of November, 1000.
30 10*00 If. T. TW1GG, Agent
tho "heart of the Rockies"
can c'o business with us
almost as satisfactorily as If
llvinc In tho city.
If It's a Diamond ning, a
25c. Collar Button or any
articlo In the Jowelry lino,
WRITE US.
All Roods marked In plain
figures — strictly ono prlco.
Carriage charges raid by U8
and money refunded If you
desire It.
Our handsomely Illustrated
catalogue  sent freo.
RYRIE BROS.,
>'i.i...i' anJ AJeUiJe Sli ,
warn hau. TORONTO.
EtltMUkmi is., i.
Canto Paid Mil
AND SOI) LINK.
c
Clyde Minora! Claim.
Situate in tin; Slocan City Mining Division of the West Kootenay District
Where located:—On, first north fork
ol Lemon Creole,
TAKE NOTICE thai I, Rober! Scott
Lennic, acting »s agent (or The < lhapleau
Consolidated Qoltl Mining Co., Ltd., V.
M.C No.B37402, intend.sixty days from
the date hereof, to apply t tho Mining
; Uecorder for u certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of oirtaining a I still continue to operate
Crown grant of tbo above claim, *.. ._       ^.. ..^
And further  take  notice  that action,
under section   157, must he   commenced
before tbe issuance of such certificate of
Improvements.
Dated this28thday of November, 1900.
7-12 00 R. B.LENNIE
to Messrs, J. L. White &
Co.,of yoiir town, in whose
store you will be able to
find a choice.
In the meantime, if you
want anything in
Xmas Goods,
not to be had in your town
send your order to
iBE
Nelffl'S MS h MM
wants  thoroughly  rollablo
CORRESPONDENTS
In every Camp In the Dis-
trictsol East and Wi si. Kootenay and Vale, to whom
reasonaDlccompcnsation will
In- paid Ibr their services.
Correspondents will be ex
pected to furnish the Chamber of Minos with all development going on at the
mines, tho Installation of
machinery, shipments of oro
and yalue, and generally such
news a*-will attract tho attention of capitalists ami causa
them to Investigate ami in-
vest, Applications to bo ad*
dressi d to the—
0HAMBJ2KOF MINKS,
Soul hem British Columbia,
Kooti nays and Vale), Uossland U.C
first-class Sleepers oil
all trains from Revel**
stoke and Kootenay
Landing*; also Tourist
Cars, passing Dunmora
Junction daily for St.
Paul; Saturdays for
Hon treat and Boston;
Mondays and Thursdays for Toronto. The
same cars pass Revelstoke one day earlier.
No trouble to quote
rates and give you *■»
pointer regarding the
Eastern Trip you contemplate taking. '•■■'
and Winter schedule
now effective.
Por time fables, rates, and full i"-
lormntlon cull on or address nouri**
local agont, or—.
GEO, T, M<>"''
Agent, Blocan City
W, K ANDERSON,    E. J. coVld'-
T. P. A., A.C- '' A'

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