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Array be IHedlev Gazette  AND SIMILKAMEEN ADVERTISER.  Vol. I.       No. 51.  HEDLEY, B. C, THURSDAY, JAN. 4, 1906.  $2.00, in Advance.  ���������Methodist Church.  HK1H.KY. H.O.  [Sunday School at 8 o'clock.  | Evening Service at 7:30 o'clock.  Everybody welcome.  1. THOMAS. 'I'aktok.  EARTHQUAKE SHOCK.  [CHARLES M.^ SHAW  Civil Engineer,  domixiox' and   puovixc1ai,  Land Surveyor.  [Orders may be left at Gazette office.  MEDLEY,  B. C.  lk  H. ROGERS,  M.A., B.C.L.  SOLICITOR, CONVEYANCEK,  NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.  Distinct Shocks of Earthquake Felt  in  Hedley on Tuesday Morning���������Th?  Longest Lasted Several Seconds.  ���������No Harm Done Locally.  Vernon, B. C.  A.   LOGAN   &   CO.  (Sucsessors to Miller Bros.)  WATCHMAKERS and  JEWELERS  Repairing u Specialty.  AVork Guaranteed.  MIDWAY and GREENWOOD,' B. C.  Edw. G. Warren  Electrical Engineer and  Contractor  GREENWOOD,        -        B. C.  Estimates Furnished on any Electrical Project for Powek or Light  On Tuesday 'morning between 5 and  G o'clock, nearly all our citizens -.who  had not previously been  aroused liy  means   of   their  alarm  clocks,   were  awakened from sleep by the shaking  of their houses.    Some attributed it to  a sudden gust of wind but were at a  loss to account foi\.the fact that there  didnot seem to be any. wind at the  time. , The instances were very few  where people had been> able to rsleep  through it, and in one case stove-pipes  were disconnected.      The   mountains  around seem to have, been undisturbed  and no rock slides are known to have  occurred  anywhere   in   the  vicinity.  The Similkmneen river continued to  run in the same old channel, and,  on  enquiry at the office of the Daly deduction Co., no harm had been done  about the works,  the   masonry   and  cement .foundations   being all intact.  Mr.   Lamb   says  that all  the foundations of the various machines in the  power house were all right but the  foundations of tlie other kind of  beds  were decidedly unsteady.  A curious feature of the shock was  that while it was sufficiently violent  to awaken almost everyone, those who  were up and going about did not take  much notice of it. '  The shock seems to have been pretty  "general over'the interior of the province, but where the centre of the disturbance is to be located is a matter  that Prof. John Milne and his seismo-  graphic stations will have to determine.  THE HOSPITAL BALL  A Gay Throng Fills the Hall  and Mirth and Jollity  Prevail.  The Event Worthy the Cause  Pretty Frocks and Winsome Faces- Lend  ' Grace to a Dainty Scene���������Dancing  Kept* Up Till the Morning���������Outside  Points   Well  Represented���������A  Snug  Balance Expected for Hospital.  Then, thrilling to the harp's gay bound,  So sweetly rung each vaulted wall,  And echoed light the dancers' bound,  As mirth and music cheered the hall.  ���������CA1JY0W O'ASTLH  The gayest social event that has occurred at any time in Hedley was that  of the Hospital Ball, held on the evening of the 27th December in the upper  storey of the new departmental store  building of Shatfords, Limited.   '  Never on any former occasion was  there such a ready and general response���������a circumstance due no doubt  Kinnon and Miss McKinnon, Mr. and  Mrs. Heruory, Mrs. Henderson, Mr.  and Mrs. Winkler, Mr. and Mrs.Peterson, Mrs. P. Bragg, Mr. and Mrs.  Brass, Mrs. G. Bowerman, Mr. E. D.  Boeing, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Nelson, Mrs.  E. Burr, Mr. and, Mrs. Wynne, Mr.  and Mrs. Shelder, Miss Greenhill, Miss  Megraw, Miss Stott,* Mr. and Mrs.  Arnott, Miss Brown, Miss Johns, Mrs.  Myerlioif a nd Mrs McArthur.  In all, it is claimed that over two  hundred - guests were present, there  being some sixty couples in the grand  inarch alone, which was headed, by  Mr. L. W. Shatford, M. P. P., and  Mrs. Shatford.  ��������� To adequately describe the brilliancy  of the scene when the ball was in full  swing would require inspiration from  twinkling  ORE STRUCK IN   BIG   TUNNEL.  H/flWRIGHT  BOOT &  SHOE MAKER  HEDLEY.B.G.  Grand Union  HEDLEY, B. C.  HERRING & WINKLER, Proprietors  OLIVER & GLADDEN  A Handy Way to Have Mineral Ground  Prospected. ���������  :Q:-  Civil & Mining Engineers  :o:-  MINE������ and  REAL   ESTATE  HEDLEY, B. C.  The solution of the transportation  difficulty is not the only benefit to be  derived from securing railway connection. Occasionally the railway cuttings through a mineral country uncover ore bodies that prospectors have  searched for in vain for years. This  apparently has happened down here  in ��������� the Siinilkameen in the big 1800  foot tunnel which the V. V. & E. contractors are driving in the construction  of their lines ��������� The Loomis Prospector  has. the" following item-of news concerning it:  "Julius Brechlin and Paul Shultz  are interested in two groups of claims  located on both sides of the Siinilkameen river at Rich Bar. On the south  side of the river the claims held by  Messrs. Brechlin and Shultz are directly across the big railroad tunnel now  under construction. For the second  time has this railroad grade exposed  fine mineral lands, for from this railroad tunnel the workmen are now  taking ore with the muck, or have  been, almost solid ore, and much of it  is the product of the ledges on the  Brechlin-Shultz holdings. This tunnel is cutting through the ore body at  a-depth of 100 feet, and is proving the  property to be a mine, an extent of  accidental development that would  have cost the owners hundreds of  dollars and months of labor."  Hi  '  Hi  Hi  V\������  w  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  m  Hi  Hi  Mrs. G. B. Luon  DRY GOODS  FANCY GOODS  The Chink Courts.  BOOTS & SHOES %  1 Millinery in Latest Styles  ���������ACIKNTSKOU���������  MASON <8b RISCH Pianos.  Butterlck Patterns  HEDLEY,        -        -        B. C.  Hi  Hi  Hi  VHi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  There was some squabbling among  local   Chinks  last week,  which   took  place at Sam Lee's washee house and  Bow Kee, .who was in the scrap,  got  thumped.    The matter was ventilated  in a Chinese Court which  they held  among' themselves  and   was  settled  there.    It is known that gambling is  carried, on among them to a very great  extent and that rows are by no means  uncommon.    Since they are so loth to  contribute revenue to the Province by  appealing to the provincial law, a, raid  oh their dens might not come amiss to  make them come up with a little more  than   the  three dollars revenue  tax.  They enjoy the protection of the civil  law in this country and should pay  their share.     If German residents of  Canada were to ignore the civil law of  the   land   and hold a   local   German  court    for   settling   their  differences  how long would such a. state of affairs  be tolerated? and why should Chinese  courts be allowed.  to the good cause behind it all���������for  Hedley was there en masse, scarcely  a household in the town being unrepresented by at least one or more members, and in maiiv cases whole.families  were there. Other points in the district also did nobly, guests coming long  distances to"attend.  It was a happy thought on the part  of the originators to secure for ballroom the use of the Shatford building,  which  gave over 2000 square feet of  excellent  floor for dancing,  and the  ball committee also made a lucky hit  in giving over to. the ladies of the town  the   responsibility   of   providing   the  supper.    The committee of ladies, of  which   Mrs.  Shatford  was chairman,  put in hard work and good judgment,  and  success   crowned   their efforts.  Next to them perhaps, was the decoration   committee.     The   extra   large  space to be adorned made this no light  task, and the brunt of it fell oii Messrs.  MacHaffie and Irwin, who put in most  of their spare time after, banking hours  and most of the day on Ohristmas in  beautifying the room,  Other members  of the committee also lent a hand in  providing evergreens  and  other  materials and in  arrangement of same.  The hospital idea was  most appropriately   maintained', throughout,   the  large red cross emblems and flags on  the walls offering a pleasing contrast  to   the.   other   decorations.     Fir and  cedar were liberally used, the former  in the construction of graceful arches  between the pillars down  the centre,  and the latter for wreaths around the  windows   and   doors;   but   the   most  artistic   effects were produced in the  arrangement of two cosy corners that  were much in demand all evening, and  a feature which added  both literally  and metaphorically to  the  brilliancy  of the scene was the electric lighting,  which, by  the .kindness of the  Daly  Reduction Co., was provided in abundance. The building was wired beforehand for permanent lighting, and this  enabled them to add extra lamps which  were arranged to produce some very  pretty effects.  Keremeos supplied the lion's share  of outside guests, there being Mrs.  W. H. Lowe, Miss Lowe, Mr. Charlie  Lowe, Mrs. Kirby and Miss Violet  Kirby, Miss Winnie Clark. Mrs. Elin-  hursfc, Mrs. Frank Kichtcr. Mr. Loudon, Messrs. Hans and William Rieh-  ter, Messrs. D. J. Innis, G. Gilchrist,  H. Tweedle, H. Knowles. Jas. McDou-  gall and Alex. Ford.  From Princeton were Mr. and Mrs.  Lyall, Miss Schou, Mrs. Jackson, Mrs.  Waterman and Messrs. Kidd and Hunter. Mr. AVaterinan also came down  but was too ill to attend.  From Pentieton, Mr. Homer McLean, Miss McLean and Mr. Charles  Revely.  From the Nickel Plate, Mr. and Mrs.  G. P. Jones, Miss Ford and Messrs.  F. G. White and (."'. Roberts.  From Sixteen Mile, Mrs. Bradshaw  and Miss Edith Bradshaw.  From Hedley. L. W. Shatford,  M.P:P., Mrs. Shatford and Miss Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Crawford. Mr.  and Mrs. W. H. Brule. Mr. and Mrs.  J. R. C.Cootes. Mr. and Mrs. Deardorf,  Dr. and Mrs. Williams. Mrs. W. B.  Haynes   and   Miss Hardy,   Mrs.  Mc-  the "Muse of the many  feet." The gay costumes and graceful figures of the ladies and gallants  as feet swept round in the mazy dance  to the inspiring airs of the orchestra  made a picture of rare beauty and animation and gave evidence that times  are changing in the Siinilkameen, for  less than a decade ago a like function  would have been attended with aboriginal touches and with surroundings  of .a very different character.  The music (violin and piano) was  supplied by Messrs. Rrent and Bassett  of Okanagan Falls and the floor; manager oi' director of ceremonies was  Mr. Paul Brodhagen.  Mrs. Myerhoff", black silk waist with  black skirt.  Mrs. McArthur, black skirt and  white silk waist.  , The supper was excellent and bore  evidence of the bard work, good judgment and skilful cooking displayed.  The supper was served down stairs  in,the.north half of the new block.  It took three tables to accommodate  the guests and, from the covers laid,  fully two hundred were served. There  was abundance for all and a great deal  left over. The ladies are to be congratulated, on the excellent spread,  and the good management which had  evidently characterized their work.  ' What the net proceeds will be is not  definitely known but the Hospital'  committee' are well satisfied with the  outcome and the guests one and all  were satisfied with the entertainment.  A   SIMILKAMEEN   ELOPEMENT.  Hedley a Modern Gretna Green���������Lochin-  ������      var Brought Down to Date.  WHAT THEY WORK.  Mrs. Frank Richter, wore Russian  net over green silk.  Mrs.   Kirby,   black  silk   skirt  and  crepe de. chene waist.  Mrs. Lowe, black silk with jet.  Miss Lowe, black silk with jet and  chilton.  Mrs. Elmhurst, dove-colored cashmere and all-over lace.  Miss Kirby, white India lawn with  embroidery. . <  Miss Clark,-black broadcloth skirt  and cream satin waist trimmed with  real lace.  Mrs. Lyall, black broadcloth skirt  with fancy silk waist trimmed with  all-over black lace and ribbon.  Mrs. Waterman, pink silk trimmed  with ribbon aud; white lace.  Mrs. Jackson, black broadcloth skirt  with waist of changeable green silk  trimmed with chiffon and applique.  Miss Schon, black satin with silver  passimentaries.      ,  Mrs. Bradshaw, black silk trimmed  with ecru lace. "  Miss Edith Bradshaw, pale blue organdie with all-over'Valenciennes lace.  Miss McLean, cream silk over pink  silk.  Mrs. G. P. Jones, white silk.  Mrs.   Crawford,   champagne   voile  trimmed with point d'esprit,  Mrs. Cootes, black ettemine skirt  with cream silk embroidered waist.  Miss Ford, nile green nun's veiling.  Mrs. Nelson, black broadcloth skirt  and cream silk embroidered waist.  Mis. F. Bragg, white silk genadine  trimmed with white satin ribbon.  Mrs. Bowerman, black silk.  Miss McKinnon,  pongee silk, trimmed with lace,  Mrs. Brule, pale blue organdie,  ac-  cordeon pleated, with all-over lace.  Miss Greenhill, white organdie with  pink ribbon.  Mrs. Winkler, white silk.  Mrs.   Hemory, blue cloth  with all-  over lace trimming.  Mrs. Burr,  cream  silk  blouse  with  brown skirt.  Mrs. Deardorf. white silk blouse with  black silk skirt.  Miss Brown, white organdie.  Miss Johns,   white silk  blouse and  black broadcloth skirt.  Mrs. Wynne, white silk.  Mrs. Shatford, blue silk voile trimmed with silk applique.  Miss Stewart, cream lustre trimmed  with lace and shirring.  Mrs. Haynes, cream crepe de chene.  Miss Haidie, pink  challis  trimmed  with pink silk and lace.  Mrs. Henderson, fancy silk trimmed  with lace.  Mrs. Peterson, black skirt and Avhitc  silk waist.  Mrs. Shelder, navy blue skirt of  mohair and white organdie waist trimmed with pink.  Miss Stott,  black  skirt  with  black  velvet w.".ist.  Mrs. Brass, black silk. '  On Monday night it began to look  as if Hedley was in for a touch of real .  romance' whiyi a youthful couple rode  into town on horseback and it became  known that they were eloping. There  were no foam covered chargers in close  pursuit, but shortly afterwards a phone  message came frpm Princrton felling  Constable Haynes that a\hali'-hreed  named Morrow, aged 22, and a girl  named Jamieson, also half-breed, aged  11, had skipped.out together-and that  (he horses which they rode did not  belong-to them. The constable was  instructed to take the man in custody  on a charge of horse stealing. This  the constable did, and all chances of a  real nice romantic escapade faded  away, to the intense disgust of all the  romantically inclined youths. <;  "Vyhat"a prosaic' lot''those Princeton  officers must be to turn an elopement  into a vulgar case of horse-stealing.  Horrible! If they had said that the  would-be bridegroom had called his  youthful affianced his pet, and they  had taken him up for pet-ty larceny,'  they might be forgiven, but to knock  all the poetry out of the affair by such  a rude cuff" was shocking taste.  The charge laid against the prospective groom by Mrs. Jamieson was that  of stealing two horses and her daughter. The case was to be. tried yester-  in Princeton.  day  COMING TO HEDLEY.  Mr.   W.   E.    Burritt,   Barrister,   Weds  Popular Young Lady in San Francisco  and will Arrive in  Hedley in a  Few  Days to   Open   Up a  Law. Office.  The Gazette reproduces from the  Province the following item of news,  taken originally from the San Francisco Examiner. Mr. Burritt is a  young Canadian barrister who formerly practised in Sudbury, Out., where  he was solicitor for the Toronto Bank.  He is making no mistake in casting  in his lot with Hedley. He conies well  recommended by business men in the  east, and Hedley will extend to him  and his bride a cordial welcome.  "The   wedding   of   Miss   Martha  Stuart Millar to Mr. William Edmund  Burritt  took place  last week  at the  home of the bride's mother, 1316 Green  street, San Francisco.   The bride, who  formerly lived in Vancouver, is a, sister  of Mrs. J. A. Russell of this city.    The  ceremony   was   performed    b\'   Rev.  George   G.   Eldredge,   pastor   of St.  John's Presbyterian Church, and none  but the relatives were bidden to witness it, owing to the recent death of  the bride's father,- Mr.  James Millar.  Mr.   Burritt is  a   Canadian   barrister  and ��������� a   member  of one of the most  prominent families of Toronto.     The  bride is  the  sister of  Mr.   James D.  Millar of San Francisco,  and was horn  in   Canada,,   but   has  resided  in San  Francisco for ten years, and has been  a popular and  prominent member of  the younger set.   There were no attendants at the wedding, and the bride  wore her going-away gown.    After a  wedding breakfast Mr. and Mrs. Burritt left to take the evening train for  the northern part of the state,  where  they   will   spend    their   honeymoon..  Soon after their return to  San  Francisco they will leave for Hedley, B, C,  where the groom will engage in the  practice of law. THE HEDLEY GAZETTE. JANUARY 4, 19MJ.  IfK'Ifo  cdlcy <B  and  azette  ������ ���������'  Similkameen Advertiser.  ;.-- led on Thursi  I'm.vn.'.-c; a:  Ll.MlTI-  lays, by tllo Hi  ,-D I'riiMsiux(  i),  at Dudley.  1M.KV  (i.VZI  ('UMI'ANV.  n. c.  TTK  Subscr  ptions in Advance  Per Your...   ;  *2.<K>  Six-Months   l.(Kl  Advertising Rates  Measurement. 12 linos to the inch.  Land Notlces--Cortilicatcsnf improvomontotc.,  $7.00 for (iO-da'y notices, and S3.(10 for 30-day  notices.  Transient Advertisements���������not exceeding one  inch, $1.00 for one insertion, 2:"> cents for  each suljsoijuont insertion. Over one inch,  1(1 cents per line for first insertion and f>  cents per lino for each subsequent insertion.  Transients payable in advance.  Contract Advertisements���������One inch per month,  ������1.2.5; .over 1 inch and up to 4 inches, S1.0()  per inch per month. To constant advertisers  <���������. taking:' larger space than four inches, oii  application, rates will be given of reduced  charges, based on size of space and length  of time  Advertisements will be changed once every  month if advertiser desires, without any extra  charge. For changes oftcnor than once a month  the 'price of composition will be charged at  regular rates.   ! . .,.  Changes for contract advertisements should  be in the oflico by noon on Tuesday to secure  attention for that week's issue.     .  A   MEGRAW,.        r  Managing Editor.  and'Quebec, is not favorable to  British'. Columbia Miaving  that  honor.    The fact that the 'vacancy in this case,was caused by  !the death of a Quebec  member  ] of the Cabinet makes  the  case  I for   British   Columbia   all   but  I hopeless.     Quebec is now over-  {represented, but will  never be  persuaded to* recede from  the  i position which  she  at'present  holds.    The nearest thing1 to an  admission of British Columbia's  right,   which   ha.s   come   from  Quebec, is the suggestion to split  up the Department of Interior  and give Senator Templeman a  half; but as for giving him  a  whole port-folio lately held  by  a Quebec man���������Bah npn !  NOTICE  THE SCHOOL ACT  XT OTIC E TS HEREHY GIVEN that an ap-  1NV plication will be made to the legislative.  A voiubly of the Province of Hritish Columbia,  at it.-'next session, for an Act to incorporate a  Company with power to acquire, .purchase,  construct and operate the undertakings of the  Vancouver '&' Coast-Kootcnay Railway Company; the Albcrni'& Cowiehan Railway Company: the Kamloops&Atlin Railway Company,  and the Midway & Vornon ltailway Company;  and to acquire all the rights, powers and privileges of the said Companies: and with power to  exercise all. the -powers contained in the Acts of  Incorporation of the said Companies; and with  power to acquire, purchase, construct and operate the undertakings of any other Railway  Company or Companies: and with power to  subscribe for and purchase the stock, bonds,  debentures or other securities of any Railway  Company: and to exchange the stock,or either  bonds, debentures or other securities of the  Company to be incorporated for the shares,  stock, debentures, bonds or other securities of  any other Railway Company ; and with power  to increase the capital of the Company to be  incorporated; and with power to issue shares as  fully paid up; and to borrow money on the  Company's assets by any form of security ; and  with power to promote any ltailway Company  or Companies, or to amalgamate with any  Company or Companies; and with all the other  and necessary powers conducive to the carrying out of the Company's undertaking.  Dated at Victoria, B.C., Nov. 22nd, 1005.  ,    BANK'OF *  BRITISH NORTH AMERICA   j_   "'.'.    Capital���������$4,866,660.  HEAD OFFICE IX CANADA,  H. STIKEMAX, General Manager  Reserve���������$2,0431997.    ,  -      ' MONTREAL  .1. ELMSLY; Si'ipt.. of Branches  BANKING BY MAIL���������Accounts  of  pc'oial attention. Deposits can  living at a distance  receive our  einadc through the mail, and sums added  .,  . itne.    A General Jinnkihg Business Transacted. ' Drafts issued, payable at all points in Canada and abroad.  parties  special attention, Deposits can be in  thereto and withdrawn at any time,  Hedley Branch,     -    .L;.~G. ilacHAFFlE, Acting Manager  WC������OOCCCOOCCOOCOOOSOOOO&COC05CCCOS������CCCCCOCCCCO  I0-G  l< irst-quar.-  ���������2nd.  Full Moon  Kith.  1C0 3  JANUARY  Last quar.  17th.  New Moon  2Jth.  1900  ttm.'li  hSow. lues. Wed. iliu. Fri. Sat.  7  8  '  9  10  11  12  18  14  15  16  17  IS  19  ��������� 20  '21  22  23  24  25  26  27  2S  20  30  31  1  'HE GLANDERS.  giiii lor  utcer  be  f<  . The Gazette'is very pleased to  know that the .views expressed  last week on the question of  glanders are being commended  generally. While agitation is  the proper thing at the present  juncture, it should be backed up  with immediate- concerted action on the part of the people of  this district.  To repeat, in this valley the  performance which has been  going on' in. the Cpper Okana-  the past month, would  oily. If all the gland-  horses were killed off  there would he no use in bringing in sound horses to take  their place so long as diseased  wild bauds a re running the hills,  for it would be only a matter of  a few months until the imported hordes would become infected. .  The first step undoubtedly  should be the extermination of  the wild bands, and to secure  this it liberal bounty should be  given for every wild horse destroyed   and    burned    for' this  ered work  Last week the Gazette''made  reference to the new -School "Act  which took  effect on  January  first, and the principal  changes  which it will bring about'-were  noted.    This week.we"revert to  the matter,,not so-much because  any particular feature had been  omitted but because it is most  important   that   the   pnblic  should  thoroughly  understand  the situation and take the proper amount of interest in a mat-  iter which effects the well-being  of the community.  Under the new act morepow-  er is given to and more responsibility rests upon the   people.  In the first 'place they are now  called upon to elect on the 11th  [ of January a full Board of Trustees. That Board of Trustees  J will have-power to employ and  j dismiss teachers, but their acts  must conform to the requirements of the School Act. Certain duties are laid, down for  them in the School Act and certain duties are given for the  teacher. It will be the duty of  the trustees, to uphold the  teacher in the maintenance of  proper discipline, for without  proper discipline there can be  no succesful teaching. As long  as the teacher keeps within the  Act and does faithful work after the methods taught in the  Normal School, he or she has a  right to demand the* support of  a proper Board of Trustees, and  it is the duty of the people to  see that such a Board is elected.  Hedley lias had no cause to  complain of the manner in  which the School Board have  conducted affairs .in the past.  Some of the present Board have  been members from the first  and have given the work much  time and attention.. It is to be  hoped that they will not insist  ���������upon'claiming the rights of the 1 Sunmicriand n. c  .,[_��������� V "11 Dee. 13th, l!!0;j  '*ti.me-expireci man    and aban-l  field,   for now   is   ^..^,  ROBERTSON & ROBERTSON,  Solicitors for the Applicants.  NOTICE.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an application will be made to the Legislative  Assembly of the Province of British Columbia  at its next Session, for an Act extending the  time within which the Vancouver & Coast-  Kootonay Railway Company has to complete  its line of railway, and empowering the said  Railway Company to build from some point on  its line of railway to Kamloops, in the Province  of British Columbia.  Dated at Victoria, B.C., Nov. 22nd, 1905.  -  ROBERTSON & ROBERTSON,  !()-(! Solicitors for the Applicants.  NOTICE.  SIXTY DAYS afterdate I intend to apply to  the Chief Commissioner of Lands & Works  for permission to purchase forty (10) acres  land, situated in Yale Division of Yale District",  anil commencing at a post marked P. U.. N. W.  cornci-, a adjoining Ered l-'rombd's pre-emption.  Following his southerly line JO chains easterly,  thence 20 chains southerly, thence /i0 chains  westerly, thence 30 chains northerly, thence 10  chains easterly, thence Ul chains southerly to  point of commencement, containing 10 acres,  more or less  PKRLEY   RUSSELL.  Granite Creek. Nov. 1st. I HO.'). Ki-!J  PATRONIZE YOUR   HOME   MILLS  Ask  your  grocer  for  Moffet's  *m>m������*.*l..*IW>milWjmmimWl*m*zm7m.rv*^MSmiiapfmm.  and help us to help  British Columbia  by employing more men in our mills.  THE COLUMBIA FLOURING MILLS CO., Ltd.  ENDERBY AND  VERNON, B. C.  31  NOTICE.  T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that. (10 days from  1 the date hereof, I intend to apply to the  Chief Commissioner of Lands & Works for permission to purchase iW acres of range land, as  follows: Commencing at the N. E. corner of  L. 3103. G. 1. thence south 20 chains, 1 hence east  20 chains, thence north 10 chains, thence west-  along south boundary of Lot 3002. G. 1. 20 chains  more or less, thence south 20 chains to the  point of commencement.  Kilpoola Lake, Nov. 13th. 100.5.  T. LACEY.  JI-!) ll.ll. I'AHicrxsoN. Agent.  NOTICE.  ���������fvTOTICE  IS   MERERY  xy    days after date I will  GIVEN   that  sixty  apply to the Houor-  iblo the   Chief  Commissioner  of   Lands   and  Works 1'or permission to purchase .'5i:0 acres of i IK  'and. more or less, in the Similkanicen Division ! jfl  I of Yale District, situated as follow  Commencing nt a post at the northwest cor-1  j nor of Wm. Arnmt's pre-emption No. !70S, running thence south 8(1 chains, thence west -SO  chains, thence north, along .the Indian Reserve  line .SO chains, thence east 10 chains to point, of  commencement.  ! .10I-IN CLARK E1NDLAY  per .IAS. RITCHIE  Agent for applicant  ,50-!!  allowing  where  would be better than  them to lie in the hills  they were shot. It takes some  labor to burn up a carcass and  the bounty should be sufficient  to pay for that labor. Also after the greater number have  been killed off, making it harder for hunters to make wages at  it. the bountv should be increas-  don the field, for now is the  time that the best men are re- J  quired, and with the enlarged j  administrative powers given 1  them they can do better work I  in the future than they have |  done in the past.  With regard to the increased financial responsibility it  will.be a mere bagatelle. Only  about $100 will have to be raised  from an area- of 22 square miles,  which will take in Hedley arid a  strip two miles wide for eleven  miles along the Siinilkameen  r������iver���������six miles down and five  miles up. A new school-house  will,   be   built   next  summer  NOTICE.  ed so as to secure the  complete j Avhich the Government -arc   rc-  externimation of each band.        j quired by the new Act to build.  The circulation of petitions to j Not until the town is incorpor  secure conceited fiction is a step  in,the right  U'et  direction   and  will  general   feeling  of  more    effectually  at  tne  the   district  than by holding public meetings.  If the case were properly put  before the authorities at Ottawa  they must see that this is the  proper course to pei'sue so far  as this portion of the province  is concerned.  Representation for British  Columbia in the Dominion cabinet has again become a live  question, as the result of the  sudden death, in Paris, of Hon.  Raymond Prefontaine. the Minister of Marine and Fisheries.  Ten years ago British Columbia  had representation in the Dominion cabinet under Conservative rule, by a minister in full  charge of a department, but although Senator Templeman has  been allowed the privilege of  looking on, British Columbia,  has had no real representation  there, for Quebec rules the roost  a ted will the maintenance of  schools be felt, and even then  not to a degree that will at all  begin to compare with the burden which the rate-payers of all  other provinces have to bear.  METEOROLOGICAL.  The following' are the readings showing temperature, etc., for the week  ending December 23rd.:  . AT THE  3IIXE.  ���������fcJOTTCE IS HEREBY-GIVEN that sixty  ���������*���������' days afterdate I will apply to the Honor-  ble the Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works for permission to purchase 320 acres of  land, more or less, in the Siinilkameen Division  of Yale District, situated as follows :  Commencing at a post at the northwest corner of Wm. Arnott's pre-emption No. I70S, running thence east to Dog Luke, thence north  along the shore of Dog Lake to southeast corner of Wm. Simpson's pre-emption No. Ih">2.  thence west to Indian Unserve line, thence  south along India 11 Reserve line to opposite  point of commencement, thence east'to point  of commencement.  TIIOS. NAIRN RITCHIE  .Sunimcrhind, II. C.   )(     per J AS. R ITCH I E,  Dec. 13th 100") 50-!)  NOTICE  SIXTY  the Hon  DAYS after date 1 intend to apply to  Chief Oommi--ioncr of Lands and  Works for permission U' purchase 100 acres of j  mountain  hind  sii-i.-ited  in  the   Similkaniccn I  Division of Yale District:     Commencing at a  postmarked 1 . T. Shaw's N. E. corner, thence  south SO chiiiit--, thence west 20 chains,   thence  north HO chain--.   I hence cast 20 chains  to  point  of commence-  Dated thi������-.  .50-0  '<>-;!..  ���������I. 1 day of November. 100.5  L. T. SHAW  per O. A-:. SHAW  Maximum  Minimum  2 Mi  33  21  25  , ,  27  18  20  25  11  27  .,  21  11  28  25  13  29  ,.  20  10  HO  ������������������  21  JO  AT THE HILL.  Mi  ximum  Minimum  21 til  37  22  25  t ,  ���������10   -    ,.  24  2(5  , ,  ���������10  22  27  , ,  ���������a  21  23  , #  51  15  29  ��������� t,  32  ]-l  80  , t  32  IS  Kettle  KETTI.I-  Revi-  rncnt Ac(. '  at Fail-view  nary, VM\  Henry Nh-I  ion and A ������������������  OIXTY   '  0   apply!-  Lands and  210 acres i-i  line of fir.: I'  at a post ina  post, riinnii :  south, then-  north, then;-'  north to pnb  Dated l.v<  Siniilkamer:  al-fi  t Assessment District.  Assessment District Court of  Appeals, under the Assoss-  li he held at the Court House  .;! in-day, the 13th day of Jan-  o'clock in  the forenoon,  by  . .lodge of the Court of Revis-  uO-2  NOTICE.  M-TER DATE,  I intend  to  <>���������  Hon. Chief Commissioner of  :������������������.-: for permission  to  purchase  i!c land situated on the west  ���������; l-'ii Reservation: Commencing  i   Alex.  McKay's N. W. corner  i-hu-iii! cast, thence SO chains  ��������� chains west, thence ;I0 chains  1--hains west, thence JO chains  >' ���������.ommenceinent.  ���������.'- Mth, If*').  ALKXA NDER  McKAY  ' and Recording District  HEDLEY, B.C.  Leading  Hotel of the  S!mUI<ameen   VaII<  ��������� ������������������- ���������TimtfH      .  This House is New and First Class in Every Respect,  Being Equipped with all Modern Conveniences���������Electric  Light, Telephone, Baths, Etc.        :        :        :        :  Rates TVLoderaite^  J  Advertize in the GAZETTE! THE HEDLEY GAZETTE   JANUARY 4, 1906.  Town and District.  Don't forget the school election on  January lldh.  D. G. Hackney left on Friday morning for Alberta.  Miss Lainont, the new teacher, is  expected in this week.  Harry Swan - has the-.^con tract of  building the new brewerv'M, Princeton^.  AVhen the. earth was quaking at  various points the other morning,  Kereineos quaked in sympathy.  An earthquake and an elopement  before the year is two days old, who  says Hedley isn't up to snuff?  Boundary ore shipments for 1905  didn't quite reach the million mark.  The amount shipped was 950,000 tons.  The front page of the Victoria Times  Christmas edition was a good example  of the high class of color,* work which  the Times press is capable of turning  out.  New Years night was celebrated  with a pleasant dance at the Hotel  Siinilkameen. at which a good company were present and a pleasant time  spent.  Rev. E. P. Fleweljing is going to  Cranbrook, where he will be relieved  of the long stage rides which were so  trying on him between here and  Princeton.  The brewery of Diller <& Scherbauer  is almost   completed and all prepar-  stoc-k  when he  ations are being made to get a  ready for the thirsty navvy  reaches here.  Jack Way is reported to be receiving  fabulous otters these days for his holdings at the mouth of Sixteen-Mile.  Jack isn't saying anything: he merely  smiles blandly.  F. Bailey, of Hedley, is spending his  holidays a guest at A. Schubert's.  Mr. Bailey is a mining engineer engaged in his1 profession at Hedley.���������  Armstrong Advance.  Dr. AVhillans was called up to the  mine on Wednesday . last to visit  Joseph Wine, who had an attack of  heart trouble that was somewhat alarming to those about him.  Don't expect Engineer Mclvenzie to  run the We]by train in on time from  this out. With all the railway freighting going on, it will be more difficult  for him to avoid collisions. ,  At Fairview the earthquake made  itself felt in the drugstores.where the  bottles suffered. They had- been  '-- labeled "to be well shaken before  taken," -and. the earthquake obeyed  orders.  ���������Mr. L. W. Shatford is rushed, these  dayfc getting work cleared off before  he has. to leave for Victoria for the  opening of the House. He has to put  in a few days at Fairview and. also at  Penticton before leaving for the coast.  Gustavo, a Swede from the Nickel  Plate, celebrated Christmas, not wisely  but too well. He was up on two.'  counts, neither of which was sufficiently creditable to say much about, and  he contributed to the revenue of the  Province the aggregate of $40 and  some, costs.  Very slow time, appears:to have been'  made in completing the telephone line  between Kelowna and Penticton. The  poles have been put in between Penticton and Peachland but no wire has  yet been strung and the cable to span  Okanagan Lake is not expected to  arrive for a couple, of weeks yet.  On Tuesday .7. Innis was unloading  shoes and dies from his wagon at the  Daly Reduction Go's, mill .when a  heavy piece fell on his foot, bruising it  rather badly. Dr. McEwen dressed  the crushed loot and fortunately found  that no bones had been broken, The  patient is now at the Hotel Hedley.  The Myers Creek News has put in a  new dress, lot out a tuck or two and  is in all respects greatly improved.  The only fault to be found with it is  that it doesn't tell enough about how  they are getting along with railroad  building on that part of the route ; for  while the V. V. & E. doesn't exactly  touch Chesaw it is in very close pi-ox  imity thereto.  Mr. Ellis, of the firm of Ellis &  Brown, one of the leading law linns of  Vancouver, made the Gazette a pleasant call. Mr. Ellis has a ready passport to the sanctum of all Canadian  newspajiers, in that he is the son of  Senator Ellis of St. John, N. B., who  edited one of the oldest dailies in Canada, the St. John Globe. It is now a.  year and a half since lie was last in  Hedley and the improvements which  he noted were gratifying to him, as he  represents, on behalf of clients, an  important interest in the Hedley  Townsite.  The Midway and Vernon liy. Co.  are not yet out of the woods and the  completion of the line is said to be in  the dim distant future. Poor old West  Fork ! Where, is there a spot in southern B. C. that continues to get it in  ,the neck so regularly. The completion  of thcwagon road by the;pr������se.nt.ProT  vuicial Government and the 'phenomenal record of the Sally claim are about  the only brigh������ spots the' West Fork  has seen for i.nany a. long day.f'Whb  is the Jonah? The-whole community  should get after him and round him  up after the. .same fashion as Collier  did that,,bear. ' Fancy a distwcfe^Vith  ore rich enough to stand a wagon'haul  of fifty miles being kept back in this  way.  "Mother Earth,".-? Treasures",^compiled by Percy F. Godenrath and'published by the Colonist, is to hand,, and  is'a very interesting and tidy production.1 "In it the Siniilkaineen receives  a great deal of attention, showing that  the author thoroughly.appreeiated the  important position which this district  occupies. Hedley, which for (-'some  years has been the heart,' lungs-and  stomach" of the' Upper Siniilkaineen,  comes in for its proper mead of .attention. The book sells for 25 cents and  is well worth the money. .,      ^_.  The Canadian Alhianac has reached  its 59th year.of publication, and that  for 1906 is the most valuable of all.  How the publishers can get together  that amount of information and sell  the ���������book for 10 cents is wonderful  indeed. All the old features are retained, the matter being revised and  brought up to date, and new departments added. If it were, ten times the  price there, are few professional or  business men who could afford to do  without it. The Copp Clark Co.,  Limited, of Toronto, are the publishers  and they sell it for 10 cents.  Mr. and Mrs. Waterman, of Princeton deferred for a few days their visit  to California so as to take in the hospital ball at Hedley on the way out.  It was their intention to take Friday's  stage for Penticton but Mr. Waterman  was taken with an attack of la grippe  and they did not think it was wise to  venture out before Monday. On their  way down from Princeton they had a  break-down and were thrown out of  their rig, but 'fortunately no one was  hurt. Procuring another conveyance  at Bromley's, they managed to get  through to Hedley. Altogether it lias  been a chapter of accidents.  .  On Thursday last Mr. Geo. Gilbert,  who drives a team for the Hedley  'Lumber Co., had his wagon 'smashed  under him with a load of lumber and  had a narrow escape from getting  knocked in the head'with the binder-  pole. He was drawing a load up to  the Daly Reduction Company's works  and the wagon, which was a new. one,  slid sideways when going over an icy  place on the road and, meeting an obstacle which checked too suddenly the.  sideward progress, the'wheels ..collapsed-like matchwood. The heavy binder-pole released, measured its length;  ���������oiit across the. spot where the driver  Mid been sitting on his load, but he  fortunately had been thrown over oiii  to^i of one of the horses and slid off  the animal's back to one side.  fpSCCCOOCOO������>5<OSCO&COC������������00������30������C^  8  The  Leading  ~   House  For  Commercial  flen.   :   :   :  Best Only Provided for Table  -  ���������.   and Bar.  Is Designed to Wear and Keep its  Shape for more than One Season  T.  If you do not  find 'extreme  styles in our  stock it is because extreme  styles are short  - -  lived.  - -  W. J. Henderson, Prop.  Cawston 8 Edmond  j  <  (0  J  0  I  PURVEYORS  OF  ALL KINDS  OF  Fresh Meats  Fisii  VeoetaDles  AND  Cut Rates on Orders by both Penticton  and Overland Stages.  Inquire for Latest Fruit Arrivals..  hedley^ I*-'���������-���������'��������� -  b. c:  The  For Sale or Rent.  STORK, 60 x 25 feet;  location central���������corner Seott Ave. and White St., Hedley, B.C:  For terms apply to  A  ���������19-tf  F. FRASEH, Hkdlpv, B.C.  Try  x\vieaKK&  Vi&oria  Cross  CEYLON TEA.   ������������������   Pure  and   Invigorating.  The Pioneer Garriaoe  and  Repair shod  i������S������������S������^������<8������@������S������S������S������^3^^  livery,  JOHN JACKSON, Proprietor  Everything  New and  First-Glass  Bar supplied with the Choicest  Liquors and Qigars, and Special  Attention   paid   to   the   Table.  Hedley  Fairview and Penticton  Proprietors-  and  Sale Stable  HEDLEY,  B. C.  Horse-Shoeing and all kinds  of Blacksniithing done.    :    :  GEO. H. SPR0ULE,  Proprietor.  HEDLEY,  B.C.  Strictly First Class Service.  Special Attention given to  the Travelling Public.  Teaming of all kinds done.  Horses Bought and Sold.  ���������ALSO���������  -FAIRVIEW    AND  STAGE   LINE.  PENTICTON  Good Horses and Rigs and Careful Drivers.  Teams furnished to do freighting, transferring and  general teaming, and good saddle  horses always on hand.  W. F. REVELY,  Proprietor. ���������4'. ���������  THE HEDLEY (  3AZETTE, JANUARY -1, 19()C.  I   Is  "property in  A  Good,  Safe  HEDIEY       1  Investment   ������  MORE WORK. STARTED.  Railway Building in Progress Between  Here and Kereineos. ,  Early this week work on. the railway  was   commenced   between   Kercmeos  and Hedley at a point this side^of E.  Bullock-Webster's, where a few-teams  have been engaged on station work at  Make  Money  Hedley  is tlie supply point for the Nickel Plate 'iiipuu-'.  tain, on which is situated the famous "Nickel  Plate"���������the richest gold mine in Canada���������and many, other  promisingniines and prospects; It is the mining and business  centre of the-I-  Similkameen  the new mining district which has already been proven, by a  small amount'of development work, to be one of the richest  gold, copper and coal mining sections of  British Columbia.  HEDLEY is the chief town on the route of the proposed  Coast-.Kootenay Railway; and with the advent of this road,  which is assured in the near future, it will unquestionably  become a largeand .important city, and town lots will bringing returns on money invested at the present time.  ...PRICE OF LOTS...  Scott Ave. (main st.) ....      : $400 to $600  Other Streets        ..$260 to $400.  ��������� ���������������������������I tUviVl^....  1-3 Cash; balance in 3 and  6 months, with interest at  the rate of 6 per cent.  Invest Now  >e a few lots before the Railway Comes^^==  a point where a heavy fill-in is required.  Much of the supplies will now come  in by way of Penticton in addition to  the freighting which is always in progress from Midway, hut which moves  slowly owing to the difficulty of the  route.  .COMPLETE TO OUO IN MAY.  The Midway Star says that: "The  grading operations between here and  Oroyille are at present so far advanced,  notwithstanding the recent vexat ous-  delays, that the calculation is to have  that portion of the grade well on  towards completion by next May, at  which time ' the ' work of laying the  steel from Midway will be commenced  and pushed with all speed.  Siems & Shield have now forwarded  west  all   the "grading  paraphernalia  that will be needed from this point,  and what now' remains hero  will be  sent to their work on the Columbia  river extension in southern Wasliing-  1 ton.   The grading outfits to be used on  i the Greenwood branch will Ik; brought  back from the camps on the B. C. side  between here, and Molson.  and work  I on this branch will be undertaken as  ! soon as the outfits are .-ivailable."  For Full Particulars, Maps Etc,  GREEN MOUNTAIN  ��������� J\F"F>L~-V   TO ���������  L. W. SHATFORD,  Secretary and flanager,  1 ^i^^^^^^^^^^^i^^^^'  site Go'y, Ltd.  HEDLEY, B.C.  Christmas Festivities���������Fine Weather and  Good Roads���������The Earthquake Shock  ���������Railway Freighters  SCommercial Hotel  HEDLEY, B.C.  This hotel under new management has been  re-modelled, and has ample accommodation for  a large number of people. The table is supplied  with the best in the market. The bar contains  the popular brands of liquors and cigars.  H. W. YATES, Proprietor  To make good bread you  must have good flour. If  vou want the best bread  */ '    you must use the best  flour.  A. MEGRAW  Notary Public   ���������  Hotel Keremeos  GEO. KIRBY, manager.  First  Class in  Every Kespect.      Commercial  and  Mining  Headquarters of the Keremeos and Luwer Similkameen Valleys.     Post House on Penticton -  Princeton   Stau'e   Line.  Ogilvie's  Royal  Household  IS THE FINEST FLOUR MADE.  You can always depend  on it.    Use no other.  Conveyancer, Real Estate, Mines,  surance, Crown Grants applied  for under Land Act and  Mineral     Act.  lu-  Agent for:  The Mutual Life Assurance Co. of Canada,  London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Co.,  The Ocean Accident & Guarantee Co.  Hedley,  B.C.  KEREMEOS,  :for sale by:  SfiflTFORDS, LIMITED  tteclleij and Fairview  J  B. C.  ..fledlfiij Meat Market...  (1/ if 1 it/ Hi Hi ili id Hi in Hi w/ Ht Hi id Hi Hi \6 Hi Hi  THE UNDERSIGNED HAS  OPENED THE BUTCHER  SHOP ON WEBSTER ST..  WITH A SUPPLY OF  CHOICE MEATS OF ALL  KINDS���������BEEF, MUTTON  AND PORK :: POULTRY  FOR THE HOLIDAY  SEASON :: :: ::  9) <}) ')) i.l) ifi ifi ifi >)) '.I) ')) ')) <tt <���������} <0 <01) W >)) W  1A/. J. Manery  M. McAULEY,       -       -        Local flanager  It has been some time since anything of interest transpired at Green  Mountain but we can scarcely complain of having nothing to report after  having just been visited with an earth-  quaake. About 0 a. in. this morning  the people were startled from their  beds by a mild shock of earthquake  which lasted a minute.  The weather is beautiful and bright  and has stayed .about 10 above zero for  a week-or more.  Mr. and Mrs. Clark spent a very  pleasant Christinas at Sunnyside  lunch with Mr. and Mrs. Farleigh  who had also invited two other neighbors Messrs Jones and Powers.  The roads are in fine condition this  winter and there are. more teamsters  on the road than ever before, the  house being crowded every night.  The railroad men have engaged stabling for 40 horses.  f  JV6PD, F6  TABLES  ESTABLISHED 1903  Fine 2se\v  Covered  Stage  Carrying Royal Mail,  Passengers and Express to  Keremeos, Hedley and Princeton  The Canadian Bank:  of Commerce  CAPITAL���������$10,000,000.  Total Resources (Nov. 30, '05)-  REST���������$4,300,000.  -$98,000,000.  -:():-  Special Eigs for Travellers, and  Every Attention Paid to Wants  of the Public.    :        :        :        :  -:0:  Lmai]  W. E. WELBY, Proprietor.  PENTICTON   E1RANCH  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT���������Interest alio wed on deposits of SUKhuid upwards.  BLINKING   BV  /yirtIL  Deposits may be miido and withdrawn by mail.   Special attention given to this  class ������f business.   ::   Drafts and Money Orders issued on all points.  A General Hanking .Business Transacted.  J. M. CHRISTIE       -       -       -        Manager  A Branch of this Hunk has been Opened at Princeton.  ������������������������������������i���������Minimum inn  When in Keremeos  STOP AT  TWEDDLE <Sb REITH, Proprietors.  LUINbUHGH.  Facts   About   tin;   rteottisli   Capital Duilng  the lii^lm.-<!:itli C������iitury���������Hye of  tlio ii.ii k Se.ssiini.  T. M.  1'arrott  writes in The Book-  Lovers' -Magazine of the I-.clinbui'gh of  thj  IKth  century:    i-or nearly, half a  century    'the   cloud    of    |.overly and  abandonment hung, heavily over Edinburgh.    '1 here  was no commerce, and  little  trade.    The  nobles  and   "entry,  ��������� v.ho  had    been  wont     to .spiral  their,  holidays   and   guineas   in   Edinburgh,  nourished     in    London    or    pined  at  their  country     seals,    according,    as  their  politics     were    Whig or    Tory.  '1 he     university    was    housed   in     a  group  of  shabby   buildings,   where    a  ���������handful  of students gathered  to  hear  a   set   "of   i:S"less.   needless,   headless  and   defective"     pi o.es.-;ors  prelecting  on |.Kei.do-Kcii'iice !-,.���������:(.:  medieyai metaphysics."    A.one  (>>' ;'.coitifh   institutions   there   iv;;ia n <!   !,:>b:o!;; u .    the  fierce and  intolerant na'.i-. u-.il  church,  which,    no   longer    (;,i:l.ng a  counterpoise    in  the     power  of.    : ui'i aniinl,  exercised a rigorous aid unchain ligort  doniinaiion  over lip' i:. iu.s aim  i.u.n-  ners   of   nun.    lis   seixers   and      compurgators       arrested       the      godless  wretches     who     n.:;>. sired   upc.n     the  si reels     "during     sermons'    on      the  Sabbath.        Its  obedient   m.uristratos  closed   the   doors    of   Allen   Lamsay'S  little theatre and pried  into hi.1' bookshop   in   search   of    "villainoi's.   profane  and   obscene   books  and   plays."  1 Not  evi-n  the privacies of .family    lil'u  were   hidden   from   the   ever   watchful  eye of the  kirk session.      l-'rom     the  strict    inquisition   of     the   kirk   non-  professors (led to  the club for refuge,  and   the very   names' of  some   of   the  more  noted   clubs   in   Edinburgh   were  ominous of rebellion against  the rule  of the  saints.    The Sulphur Club, the  Hell-Kire Club and the I'andcnionium  rang     with      the     lampoons    on    the  clergy,   the     loose    storks    and    the  ribald     songs   that    marked   the    reaction     in   Scottish    society   against  the severity of church discipline.    Between   the    crushing   tyranny  of    the  kirk on   the  one hand,   and  the reckless   license   of   the    ungodly   on    tho  other,   Edinburgh  in  the first hall of  the    eighteenth    century    must  have  been us    unpleasant    a place of ix-si-  denc-c   as   ever   thirty   thousand   souls  wore eathei-ji'd in.  Good Accommodation and Strict Attention to the  Wants of the Public,    Livery Barn in Connection.  There is fine skating on tho flat  these days and the. moonlight is being  made good use of.

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