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 y  THE.HOTEL VICTORIA/  ' I-:. K. I.I-.ASOX.'  VICTORIA. -       B. C. v  American ini'l Ktiropi.ni l'l.ui,  Aiiicnqiti Plan $2(0and Upwards.  SlMim lle.Ued. Sample rooin^..  r     "Vol. ,10-No. 2  REVELSTOKE. 13.'G, APRIL' \\\ LOOS.  ,    $'2.G0 Per. Year  / ��������� '' '  "' '   , ' ')  1       If  o Die  Lund '.    j  Loout        ,  ir re-          t'  d the ,  incinl  . "  ..and-,             -  j     '  orkb.  '     '  '  ,,      i Successor to Taylor Bros..& George, .Limited  " , i   a  A LARGIV.LINE .OF  ���������Mirfs, Heavy. Rubbers; and' Overshoes  < '*'  t,1     <  BARGAINS JN  Z   ,'  ���������,. V  '<*7a  ^^0OODS  '���������; .     ' '7    y\   '  '-.., ('./  1.  , I'  r- -  |   ,    r   '.  i i r      i  ���������-^r- -   ir   ���������      _ ���������  j -4,        (  J t  ,"-������'���������       U.  ''^T^^rjfoj^^^^rsli^  "���������_���������_'*""   i,.'       i /    .y.rt , ""' '      "IT " . J ""      rvfi  "7($>'/  ,���������  V.. Jl    T    .C  ���������,.���������  -1,, '. ;^.jj^7/,���������4.^:^v*-i^!/.-TV  nor ,  Cilll  tlie  oil   .  NTa- -  OS."   *  >.  *-  ins  lib,"  ^  11s,  00-"^-  iS���������...  "    ^ '- -r.-������ 7 j���������    ������*.  1' :ILi:MM: LADIES?BOOTStANB SHOES V|  I, ���������    ,  1���������-;,i  7/     ' SiVes, 1-1, 2, 24/3 and 34-',"   .Values;1 !?2.25<to ������,1.00.   ,7       4?|,  ~t������ "-'*** - , -       ������������������       -'"���������  - A'Uourne^Bios. Old Stand.       *:? -    l     a    r        -    <<fr>  i ''.s������-������������L^>.irfri������M^^  LIMITED.  A cents for Grant-Powdcr'and Bennet Fuse.  sner-  ;"   Ladies' Neckwear  Men's Neckwear  L"  It is-not thc hat or tie that makes the man or woman  , but-fine feathers make  line birds,   ' You will' all ��������� be  * ^ ���������������- v i  sprucing up a bit for the holidays and   Easter   Sun-  ��������� day.    We have tried to anticipate some of the wants  along this line, and are showing a handsome line of  Ladies' and Misses' Hats, Ties,  Collars, Belts, Gloves, etc.  We have a Man's Medium Fine Shoe which we  have been selling for $2.75. Saturday we will give  you a pair of these $2.75 Shoes for $2.00,  LADIES���������Miss Ward will be pleased lo show ymi  through our -Millinery Stock.'  LIMITED.  SRSsKfBta  GOLD BRICK     <     1     -*  From Northwest Development Com-  '   ���������'    pany's Mine     >'''  , Judge Curtis," who > is now in  charge. ofi the Northwest Development Company's, .mine ,at'Gold-,  fields, arrived from, the south last'  night bringing wiilrhim tlio first  gold brick tfrom ' the 'company's  mine. The brick was placed in'the  safe', of tlie Hotel I.eve]stokc,but  Manager McDonnell had to open  the safe frequently itV'thc.co,urse"of  the. evening.! to satisfy eager en-  'quirers wh'o'were curious, tb see the  genuine thing, which was on���������\;ic\v  in J! Guy,'Jiarber's window' today.''  <- The brick - was' 3j inches in  dia'mqtcr and 2^- inches- deep.' ^It  weighed /about 12 lbs. troy,,or 144  ozs." ' This brick vyas' from 177 tons  of' qua rt ���������/." run th rough ,' the company',-; mill, and is equivalent to  17-1 dwts., or $17.50! per (on, total  value !^2,8S0. Nor does, this represent thc actual gold, value* of the  ore as the platesrJiave not yet been'  cleaned and ,ncw plates absorb considerable gold.' The concentrates  also carry, considerable values in  gold not represented   iii ,'the' above  re 111 rn (|     1 ' . 1        , 1 (,        ,.,        ..  I (.1111 11. , ^ '^   , ^  ,;-,    a-1  - 1,  >_ The; return is'most gratifying to  all.who have at .lieartlhe welfare  of the free-gold .properties-of "Fish  creek, and should prove most cheering to the'company's stockholders,  f,or it is ah absolute 1 demonstration  bylpraolical testi of the richnessof  the^frce-gokr^oVcs ' of Fish creek.  This must also result, in .the revival  of confidence in "the' company's  enterprise"-arid -pi;os"p'ects, of/'the  property/' and, Northwest 'shares  should sliowi a .substantial revival.  Wc"extcnil , tb/Jfulge' Curtis," "the,  directors-and shareholders of; the  company our hearty congratulations  on IhbjSUCcess-thus shown to be attending their operations and-we  trust that the" mine^willi continue  to'give such' a "good accountiof it-'  self. vThe'ore- milled was taken,  from,the Goldfinch claim' and'r,uh  down the aerial tram to'the mill.'*.  ,', JVo.arc also glad ��������� to Jearn that'  the,difficulties^between J- A. Mageff  "and the'ebnipany-have"' been amic-J"  ably arranged'and   the writs with;'  (1 ra)v"n..,J."S'i nee'.'- Jiicl ge.^C n r t.i s" .has  bcemin thc-district-;>he:-has'earned  'the/esteem bf^all 'wb*6!-have",n.et  "him'and has-inspired .confidence in  tbe^companv's operations.. ,^���������lf ,  :]V? B.> Pool &ays': ���������'Jl/coiisidei'  1110*Northwest Development Syndicate "have-accomplished 'wonders/in  ihe/timo, and a re "deserving 'of'.great  crediL-for-j theirl enterprise. LiThcy-  have had to -build--their mill and  tramway and'ppen the mine under  great difficulties owing to the heavy,  snowfall,and tbe fact they have been  able to get ore out, run their "mill  and produce, such'i excellent results  speaks volumes for. the other free-  gold properties around Camborne.  I believe the Northwest Development Company's property is the  richest in the "camp'today and I  feel proud of it. Judge Curtis and  his associates can shake, hands  with themselves over, the results  they have'achieved."  ;  Judge Curtis informs us the company will now continue taking out  'ore and -running the mill right  along. Hugh Mcintosh is foreman  at thp,mine and 'Messrs.McVay and  Freeman, who are capable men, are  in char"e of the mill. /  OYSTER CRITERION  . *    -        *i       i  Construction of Mill and Tram at  Camborne Started.  XV. B. Pool informs us he has  started the construction of the mill  and tramway at Camborne to operate the OyFti'r-Griteiion. 'Three  gaiii", comprising 50 men, are now  employed on the work. If the  weather is favorable Mr. Pool hopes  to have the mill and tram in operation in a f-bort time, and convert  gold bricks produced thereby into  dividends for the shareholders of  the Ophir-Lade Co. ' ,  McCULLOUGH  Creek Hydraulic Company Sells All  Available Stock.  J: D. Sibbald, manager for thc  Revelstoke and McCullough Creek  Hydraulic Company, feels elated  over the fact that he lias sold all  the stock authorised to be issued  for development purpose?. The  com pa in is icserving 25,000 shares,  A Mother's Recommendation.  1 li.ivi> ii>ccl (Jli,-iiiilieiliiiir������ (JoiikIi  Remedy for 11 iniiiilu't (if yeiii'i" unci  have iici ln'Mt.-incy in sayiiijf Unit il is  (ln'lie>t leiiiedy i'or rough, ccilds and  mid croup 1 have ever used in my  family. I have no vvokKlo expi'f"-."  uiv cciniidi'iice in tliis leinedv.���������SI is.  .1. A. Moore. North Slur, Mich. For  sale liy all (lniKr,i-s|s'  THE LEGISLATURE  ' '    ' ' ,    ix  On the house, resuming 'Monday,  the'premier's address on tbe speech  from the,throne created a'favorable  impression. McBridc wanted an  adjournment/but the premier''insisted on the business of the country  being gone on with, and the addrcss-  in-reply was'"'"ad opted without  further debate. ^L '  ��������� Hawthornthwaile introduced bills  to provide for compulsory payment  of"'mincrs'i wages fortnightly, and  fixed tonnage; also to-make it illegal lo'interfere with 'the right of  meirto join unions. , ,'''' '���������'< ',-'  '' McJiride's motion "for- Deadman's  Island correspondence was agreed  to., '     '       '  (    ', ,\   __ '.,     ' ,  Olivers' motion for .committee to  inquire into, South-oast,. Kootenay,  land "grants   was   adopted.'   Chief  commissioner said   gran Is on these  lands������had been issued lo,Columbia'  and Western but subsequently can-'  celled.       '^        ,  '        f>  \ ,Chief'commissioner  said benefit^  of ^Soulh   Africa   land   granfacl'  would be extended  lo ,all wli'o had  gqn'e livseal,',pf iva'r.    i( '!.*���������������   >   '  1 "Provincial   treasurer   submitted.'  at request^of  Tiitlo\v,J.statement of  revenue and' expenditure  for  half  year, shovving'delicil-of,$50^,000. J  An 'amendment" of license law  was Introduced to/remove ''disabil;  itiesof women holding licenses.' J'  'The governmen t - a'ppcar.s'1 to 'have  a majority*of 5 to 10.���������\Thc opposition caucus was, a frost. ', '-,4 ������������������ 1 '���������  y In answer IqiOa'pt'/rTiitiow, thc  finance"nnnibler said the" Jjudget'  would shdwVjhe' first;'time since  confederation, the expenditure had  beeif kepfc\wilhin"the rev,enu'e;  Committees- 'were . struck," Mr.  Taylor, bcing'placcd .on' miriing'and  railway commillees.V-' *) \' '''  , Tho^bill on lines'of Natal law, to  stop' Asiatic 'immigration, "passed  seconiLreading, Joe Martin ("-scoring  Senator' Teniplcmaiv on . his allegation that'such bills'diad hitherto  been disallowed at' request of. frii-  perial authorities: -| .-^   /'   -' "' r ' ,7'  "il^f^dNr  BIG, MINING DEAL  W. B. Pool Bonds Three Groups on  '   ','Fish Creek!'    ,  ,( ' '. ,       .  Fish creek will be one of the-ban-  ncr mining camps  of' the province  this year.  The free-gold discoveries  lli'-re have given the^ffee-gold belt  in the vicinity of Camborne a standi  ingsecond'to none  in .demand for  miningjnvest'menls. -As.thc results  of the favorable   showing   on   the  Oyster-Criterion', Eva, 'and   North-,  west Development Company's prop-  cities" \y. Ji. Pool has bonded for  large&um from McKayiBros., Strutt'  & Hciitoh,' tlio  Homestead,.f-Jdaho  and;Detroit groups   on ,iPool creek,  running from .Mohawk towards thc  Beatrice."'  As each group  contains  four claims tho bond  covers twelve  cjaimS'irfa]].   /The ores are mainly  free gold, and assays runjrom'$10  to  $1,400,  a  don.*'   There,, arc   15  ledges on the' property ,all showing  'free gold/ /'   -"       * ���������    *,   ' *  " ("  ���������   Mr.' Pool's associates in the Ophir-  Lade Co..arc with   him in the deal  Tt is proposed   to   organise  a new  company   to  operate il./, Mr: Pool  considers   l.imsolf  fbrtuhalo'in sc-  Qiiring'this pfoperty  as dt'-is considered by many tlie   most'prqmis-  ing 01/Fish creek.  /Several leading  mniing men have" been 'after, it for  s"omc "time. -The -amount /of 'the  bon'dis about $100,000. '    '���������������    ,  , j       >      i>   >>'    ,'   ,   1'   " 'r i-  : JHEjTRIKE.  ( ���������; Slmun'Aroon'" is to'bo presented  by tlio Itovolstoko jAinfitcui''Dramatic  Clui" "Jo."'iii;oo|,inn.pf. I'rof JI or-1-" ��������� ���������'?'  Pfr its ������production Tie ,, Slodieiiyc" IJitt^  under directioiv ,o( -tlief professor the  News smil:������������������ ..    ^ ,    ,.       ��������������� ���������   ,  -" "On 'Tuesday ��������� evening, n 11. amatour  pfescr.tiition ;of,^,''Sliaun i,jAroon,"'-iiii'  Irish Drnniii, \viis*give'nv in llic^Oper.i  lloiisu/tinilur/tl'i'c^dii eotion'of 'i'rof.,  IlcpUurn/suppoi/cd^ liyateast, of local  talent.'" Tint, 'attraction^'_li!ul 'been,  eagerly anticip'nted/by /all" fqr//sotpc  time past," and , its production was  gicctedby an audience which completely -ililled, thc^'auijitorium.' The'  play .was liuonilly punctuated ' with  enthusiastic and merited 'applsiui-o,  and everyone was more' than sntislied  with'the entertainment provided.   '  '"Of those who took part in the performance, it would be dillicult to sel,-  ect'the bright and particular star,  which accompanies every piny, aa all  shone,with equal brilliancy. Shiuim  Aroon, the hero is a , bright, - good-  natured, liglit-hc.irtcd Irishman^ who  is always on hand when wanted, a ii tl  this part   was   exccllcnlly   til ken'  by,  Sir. ;^���������, whose make-up was  most comical, lie made 1110-t ufliit.  opportunities a nd created much millli  and     liiugthcr.      <Mr. ,  looked likud.a genuine" English lord  in bis rich nCosUiiiic,'.and piotr.iycd  Loi'd Fermoy with an ejl'ect Hint  made' the title quite becoming. T,o  etVectivoly icpicM'nt'thc villainy 111 id  ni&cality.of Keigus Itioidcm, Kermoy's  scheming agent, w.is a ,dillicult   tusk  for .Mi. , but, it vMiS'donc  very creditably. The p.ut of Dan O'  Gially, tlio stuidy'old l.unier on whose  good nature and genoiosity liinidon  endeavored lo impose, w,is aiiniiialily  tal.en by J'uif. llcpburir;   while  Ali-   .jilnyed the pint ol P. n'������  wile Willi hiicb 11.1t11r.il line nnd .illec-  ticii 11.- to win l.ci iin.i b .ippicii..iln 11  Sir. , iibihty ,1- an    .'t'toi  was, ,111.ply piivul 111 hi- vigoiou.-  u'pieientfition ol O' (Ji.idy't. =kiii Tom;  while hi-a pugilistic c.-ipnbilitiea weie  albO exemplified in 'Ihe scientific exhibition by himsilt and Kiordon iii  the thi ul act. Atypical I ris.li waiter  was piovided  in   the   person   of   Sir.   : , v'hosc   facial expression  made the task of making him up an  easy 11111 tier, lie took the part exceedingly well, being nhvnys, ready  with 11 rctoit for ninny rebukes which  had lo be administered  to    him.    Sir.   , in his make-up   of   old  llenpings, 11 close-listed, money-lender,  was exceptionally Kood.und Sir.���������  made   an   efficient    constable,  animated portrayal of M'jlly. O'Lir    .  daughter   was   by Miss   who entered into thc .ipilil of lierp.nl  with great clVeel, while  both she  and  Miss , who looked .-cry chic  as Sfaggio her maid, won much of the  applause. The second act \v.i"s winked  up to a giand climax and called forth  thunderous applaii'-e."  teJcherT/nstitute.  This instil ute opens at Selkirk lltdl  Tuesday. In the hall and nchoohoom  magnificent exhibit ions of school work  are being 111 ranged and will be open to  thc public and school children Monday evening,  The committee lequesl citi/ens to  lend any fables they eiin spare I'or the  exhibition.  An  dv's  ^     . *< ' , i , r  President 'Estes at Revelstoke This  '1 ,, ^ p r     y_--   "- ',   ,' )  H   , ��������� ' " 1"  -Evening.      "-��������� '   ���������  ,>     '\t \        *.<i   ,<..    , ".    </���������  v' President Estes arrived lids mqrmng  "and will addreWa meeting at tho^pcra  house ^.tonight. ''Reserved scats' for  ladies, who are specially invited. ..  -Tlie strikers got 42'Japs to quit'nfc  Vancouver and 14 carmen have left .the  Vancouverishops. -     ,;-!,      _    '  'The cBompanytSiiy^thcy ;bavb''decidcd  to fill alPvac.incics permanently;       i  ' Tnoiigh the men have lost ground'111  lievelstoke through ,thci blacksmitlis  working witlj substitutes" for-! striking  helpers, they have7.made   substantial  rg7iins/ic Vancoii\;cr.a 11 tl Winnipeg. / '  r'A/Sfarsh.illj'Of Winnipeg, a member  ot,1." blacksmitlis    'executive, .arrived  a'liui sdav. kud, -orilcred - men to ''woik  with.aiiyH'alhcd ? mechanics,fthc7'coni-<  puny cl'.ose"t'o'piifc in-to^'rcplace-^trik'-  crs, and"the nien.i'eturh'ed'Ui'ndei ^pi^o-  test pending decisioiijOf executive.  / 'The charge against "Picsident���������"Kstes>"  of, inciting [the crew of the,Charmer  'was'dismissed. ;"ln gi\;ing bis decision  Miigialrate iral 1 said:'3'IIc)had'go'ne  tln'ougli,/t'ljc ,250 pages' ofMjyideiicc,  when albne.and undisturbed ./md, had  failed to find ivsin'gle lino of > evidence  against.'tlie accused.' 'There"'was no  evidence that Estes had-incited any-  oncfort'attcinptcd" to, incite-anyone.  Uis'etVorts wcre*'moie towards "settlement than anything else, and in face  of the positive and uncontradicted evidence lliat lie is opposed to strikes, be  failed to sec how lie would be justilied  in committing the accused for trial."'  _ A meeting of boaid was held Slon-  day 'to consider closing of C. P. 11.  shops here in the event of strike continuing. The president submitted  letter from . Supt. Kilpatrick confirming report. After a long discussion  tbcjn-csident and Slcssrs. H, A. Brown  niitl Jfiiggen were, appointed a com-  jinittcc to ascertain the position of-thc  blacksmitlis. The men said they  could not work wjtli "scabs, as men  would be who took places of helpois  on strike.     -j "--   '        - '/_   -  Tbe committee reported to adjourned nicot ing'fue.-day when it was decided to ask Vancouver blacksmitlis  why they u.ive nilui'4.  COUKCII.  -MI.I.'lIXll.  On TIiiiim1.iv a council meetiiiu w.is  held when lepcn's already published  Mere lceei \( d> Inuii del. ji.il ions to t'l-  t.iw.i and Yi.-lo. i.i  11 w.is icsoheil to pi ice n'l 1 ecoid  the bo.iid'h .ippiova! of action "I chief  commissionei in const 1 ue!ing CiiikjC  liver trail and inging. completion as  soon as possible.  The estimates of government agent  for work in riding tliis year weie endorsed.  It was decided to iccoinmcnd reduction of membership fee to $2.50.  Sir. (ia.libcr, SI. !'.. was instructed  to sec Unit public hit rest was protected 111 Columbia Kiver Impiovcmcnt  bill/  The piesident and mayor were appointed delegation to wait on Supt.  K'ilpiitiick to ascertain whether terms  could be made lo have new railway  slat ion placed on south side of track.  FIRE l/ALLEY.  Vr 1111 mir own Ciiitu-iioiicIdiiI.  Rev, Dr. Herdnian is expected to  arrive here on 12th inst. to open the  I'icsbyleriaii chinch.     '  The Valc-Oi'ilumbiii Lumber  making arrangements for a  camp lo he put in al, this point.  K..I. Hangs has charge of the government work of putting in two new  budges on the Pi re   Valley and Kettle  Co. aie  lumber  liiver  trail,  light away.  work  to   he   commenced  J0UE'1SPRIN&/AN])/SnMMErWANTS'|/7  ""'  ���������' 'CAN--'"BE: ;SU'PRIilEE)// r "'���������'"���������'-'��������� '���������'"'  If>c-. .-i-.j iv 0)y, g{;jck w,^,novor c0'ImRC mjrt viwici. oi ������������^^..^5....- ���������.-...^.^r.tv,*-.���������-^;  I -i'i  '   . "<* ,->' ���������< ' '   ''/*,   lt*' Yeiy-Attiactivc-IJajBiiin-. si*-      "v^������    /     ��������� 7 '   l   '  ',  "Opened and"'Put.iri Stock! Forty-'Large -Cases of&ew.Goods- ThisJVeek;  Dress Goods Selections���������Jit-tat rived  ", liyo.\|iie-"- Iff Ure-s-j Leiii-'llis coiiiiin-in-f  ,1 nil llnil i- now-osl 111 Kiench Ciuiv.i", Clocli  ���������    Siiowllake. Niipiici-.   ironie--|)iiii, u&ien.i-  '."    dincMiiicl Lii'tros.. JScu liiein amt miiku  yoiii"-uluulioii fora-pniig co-tunic. "  Wash Goods���������English Vi-ipIs ijfiiuw^rle-  "   siKiis, *, light,' dark  mill   liiccliimi -liaclcs-.  ���������- "-Special 7u lier ynul; wa:-raiitcd fc'.vc colors  ���������nimk������.' .Ilrill-,,   Doniiii-  in   Indigo ' Blue.  Just, the thing for hiird vvuiir. -      .  1 Flannelette in White. Blue. Pink Stripe-  , and clicoks, from "ioper vanliup.  Whito   Quilts���������Twelve  rdo/.en , White  '1 Honeycomb, Mai-Mill'-. Satin  Fini-h  lied  Spre.uli from Sl.00 up.   A good range of  ��������� ' Hedspread-. for single and double bed-.  Staple Department-Thi-i clcpaitineiit  .    i-, brim full of baig.iiii-.. floioKand Jlpanl-  ��������� ing lion-ie-' special puco-s for nn.inuries.  Sliectings.'blcathecl nnd unblenohed���������7  SI Sheeting.nt22e  Pillow Cottons-nil widths���������10 111. atl25ec.  Bleached Cotton-,���������,'iC in. vv ide���������nt 7c. ^  LtuiMl.ilo C.unbi-ic���������all prices.. '  Victoria [,avvn=, Cio-.H,u- iln-lin, -Piqnc?.  Xaiiibooki. ele.   A large v-.u iety.'  ������l",  pplng-^and   Summer .Hoisepy  this lin?of good- we evil, your attention.' 1  Our Uosicrv v. Ill rival anytlilnir.m stocfei  UiU^eason. I Wo,gunrantce to-sell 5'ouv  goods LliiifgiveSitiofaction.      .-���������*,-    -[  blouses���������Sevonieen'clozcnrin nil the nevv >  f and ino-lcorrocl-t>le--. Mti-lin in lucked "  "and Kinbroidcred and NewSlnpe-. color-.  ed cllc-cl--.- Black Sateen and Lawn from-.  75c each up. -     -,"*-������,; x  ���������  Men's   Fupnlshirig-3���������3.J 'do/vn   Men's "  SlnrL--. in   .vhite.anci colored, starched or ������  soft fionls. with or without Collari.   >  Thci*e.nrd TOOKE liUOS.'Jmake. ' One of  1 the bc.-t make of  Shirts on"1 the  market "  1 (today, .y      ' "-,-. ���������       1 j    ,. .  Clothlngr-JIen's ' and Boy-" ' Heady-to-  VVear Suit-���������Spring Overcoats. Odd Pant-.  Wo cirry n good rang-, both in pattern  and -.iyesr    . ." " '  Men's All-Wool Suits at S8 OO  Boy's' All-Wool Suits at    S2 OO  Footwear -Sole Agent.-: for the celebrated  Aiiifcric-vn    maker-.'Lilly Bmckett   and  1 'the Harlow, Shoe Co.. nn 1 several df the  'noted Canadian maker-..   Our variety i:.  large.   Don't fail to inspect lhc-e goods.  ''' \< *  OuP' Brand, Millinery Opening'Takes Place on April 3 and/4  < ��������� ^  ���������A' coidi,iliiivit,ilionc\-tcnded to alt lo vi<it our .-how loom. -   -  REID & YOUNG,  DRY GOODS MKHCIIAXTS.  KBVKLSTOKK.  U. G.  MAIL OHDKItS PIIOJIPTLV ATTKN'DED TO.  Is just a little more delicious than any other  Tea.   Try it: ,  M, A, SMITH & CO., Agents, Bevelstoke, B. P.  Young Man !     Young- Woman 1  Don't lie cciiili'iit lo slnvt> it'idiij.'ii  or couiiLiT���������ti mi'1,1' iii.icliiiic- ('A  l'o(,il .-uviiv your time cm !li|i|ii'ric-.  STUDY!     LEARN!     ADVANCE YOURSELF!  1 nf vour life ill I In1 -.line old (l'"-k  (IW'I     GO FOKWAHIl!     IJon'l  Dnii'l ivn-Lc v mil  niKlit:-.  cu cli  d.iv  .h '  the  Prom Hard Work to Success  is Inn n i-lcp if vou'll .ipplv voiirsell'iiiKl   woik   :i  little  vvliili'  v  lion   to'iulvMiii'i'.    We (-."iti'ru.ikt* vou puilidi'iit ill ANY litis vim v\ i  leiuli siiwt-Mftillv hv mail. a='inoie tlum 1.VI.01KJ of our student's  in  Stiites iiniHUiiail.i will iiUt-H.   Thev .ue mil   n'COiiiiin'iKlation.    v\ i-it  for piirliciilar-.    Don't   ui:t.vv.    We can  put you forvviud  in  business, mcehiitiics, art or- science,  LKT IIO.VKST AMIJITION ATTAIN" ITS GOAL.  Si juL  We no  United  ���������>t once  lii-.uieh of  INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE  SCHOOLS.  SCKAXTOX, I'A.  W. II. .McDOUCALL Local l?epie������i'iilulive,  P. 0. Box 130. Nelson, D. C. (V. 'It  ' ft-  THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  Urbc 1kootcna\> tffcail  il>,.J-l,lSIT..Ji   S-ATVltnAY.    /    '  '' i   ? -..T~     ,       t '  1 XCVELSTOKE, B.C.,  Subscription   Pripe,   $2.00   Per',' Annum  .UiVK.lTlrir.VO II.M hS , mi (lpiilkntlon  Oh.illi'C- in iiiliei-ti-u!iK-iit-,,iiUi->t aie in hy  Tu.-liy "f ('���������-.'���������li jieek to'.-ecili-c nood ill--  pi.iy. '  JOK Pl.lN'TfN'l.jn-oiiipll.v e.le-.-iitfd at reason-  able line-.    '.       >r ,,   c  ' Al'COVX To 'for ' iii-inlint; audi n.lv.-rlliliiK  tMv.ihli; on llfsi'oi month;'i"Ub.-ui'i|ition-  mJ.iblu in advai.qc.  , ' "  'COUIUl-'PnXiiKNCE iuviu-i1 'On iiialluiwqf  vubl!'.' niK-riM. ('piniiiiiiiieieioii-. to I'.di-  lor riU.-t he i.rciiiliixuil.'d, hy name of  ���������vnl.-i'. not iieit-n-aiily fiJi-]iiil)lH-uliiin. out  r>- ei uliimc r.f f;0(������l faith,   I'orrc-iiciiideiK'O  ������������������   i   imi-t rt.ii.li the olIH-cj'by vVulni-iliiy oven-  =-     just.        '   ,<   ' '  ^   AdOre*-       , ,   ���������   ,  .     1  '<    . f Tun Kootexay^Mail,  ' Pl.'orie Xo. 1p.     ;'a ltevelstcike,(l:..G.  We x'eciuost om- miniGPOus eoadors to  / 'favov ,us with tholi- assistance In  maklng-'lho KOOTENAY MAIL, tho  ' most, valuable ^tclvoptisinfi- medium   In _tho Kootonays  by g-lvlrig  ��������� tho preference, when making- purchases to' , those' fiem's who- aro  regular, advertlsersin tho KOOT-  1    3NAY1 MAIL, '    "  ,,  Copied of  t'ihe followint; city uk>-iiU:  CITV'AGEXTiS.        .- ,  r . 'r - ,  I'iik M.Ut. may, he olilnliiucl from  ,j."\v. Bi.nn'i.it.  a;; aim Dituc. ic Nook (-lo.  K.,������. Wki.iIs.     '    /'  ���������*V  B.^  ATtVISV.  (i  ;Mc;0ARTmi  '/  r AND IjIN;KI1'AJiI,  - l)AT'.l.If-TKI-3, SOLICITOUS, fHT0.( ,    , '  Omens":' m6i.sonc  Hank   Hi.oc-k-,   l.iivr.i.-  '     "       ' ..    SI OKI., li. 0.  <���������    '  ' 7 MowJj-loki.it.,        ,    ".  ,,,><".,    ^J, '  ������*. 0.114c-: Kmel.-iioke, II. C\j lorl Steele, It. C.fi  1 r;i:o.)?'. JfeO.niTi.ii. ,       ������������������i , ���������  , A. SlJtl'^'KII.lSI.     ' .1. A. HAItVl v, ,  '     ,   lieiel-iloUt. ������. C- ,       'Kyrl Steolii  It. C.  {' U .MAIK'ri.K* S00TT,"  J-i     ',      ���������':-   ��������� ,   ,   -  *;  DAUniSTIill^^S'oMClTOJff-,  Notaiiiks  r    :  A ' -"-     I'L-m'.ir.'ICTC.'       -"    ,    .  -,<**      ' <      ,  A ' -," <      ;.->  >  iMi-.-t Street.-    /   -     J.evcl-.tcikc','���������B.Uv  " '��������� J',"! p W AII l/iA'. 11 AG 0 RXV    *'     ���������>  3,  *j> ,..'-' .7'  -���������  ',   i-   i;  . ���������     '-        .MINING   J.NUI.NI-1-ll,   "\  '*(Mc'iii."Aii-ici-k-lin"In������trtutp MiniiiK KiiKlnucr-)  f,"'    '" Ji.VICm. Caiiu'dlnn .Miiiiiij,'IiiiUluto.)   '  "������������������     '      ' Kl5VKL.Vr{������KE."'U. <j.    .j'"   '"  <, Kvnmiti!tlioiip,of-and repoit. on Minei-ul I'i'o-  ,   J     ,'       , jjertio-. nSpecially.   "     '      ��������� ',  liliated lines knd given, to America i.s. .'l'liesc are nuts for tho'C. I'.  Ii.tfliareliukler's lo'crack if Mnnngor  .McNicoll i.-, to bo permitted lo,  ss(i\ia.icier the sliareholders' money  in grntifving his potty tyranny..  RAILWAY TAKJFF UKFOUAi.  ��������� l.ev'elsloke ought to ho to Jlrilish  Columbia vvl|at Spokane is toiWasli-  ington.   So it would  be,' hail.tliis  city extended to'italic panic privileges', that^pokano' gets  from  the  Great Northern:   Thnt lievelstoke  hap liecibhajdly'treatcil by .the C. K.  U. there is no* question:'   Six years'  ago this city could, have been, made  .a great wholesale  point.   ���������A. -McDonald k Co.-.put  in  their  warehouse; and their manager,''l\ Chap-,  man, fought the C.V. tt. personally  'and through the Board of Trade for  a square deal in   regard   to  freight  rales'.   !���������!To'could ' not get it.    iN'ol-  son'got it. McDo'naltl it, Co. shiXlcil  their wholesale  business from lievelstoke lo  Nelson���������driven  out"'by  the 0. P.  tt'.   The Action 'of,' the  local   Liberal' Association, ,in   demanding an investigation^ of  these  facts and   of, the unfai'r discrimination   exercised . in   tho'C, 1'.  tt.  frciglitirates' "against   Revelstoke?,  ought/to ' be,, (.endorsed   by��������� every  citizen and supported 'by  thc community to'the utmost. ..Revelstoke  asks   jiislicc-r-.i-othing   more:" We. y  all feel that'if' this city is,.accorded\ "  the samefreight (rates  accorded.to  other central 'distributing points,it  will soon become the mobtjnipQr.t-.'  ant commercial centre/of  the prov  ince." , .   ^,' '     ','  V-.  TT7;ILLJA'M  A. ^DAIJEH-,^- '     .   "  J)omixjox'������i- Pjiuvi.N'rr.,1. L.vxu  ��������� r".S',';i!Vi-:vpK.   ->,(,'   ,  i ,    ti f ' ' ' . ���������  .~"ji-vc>- of M-.neial C'l.ihn--, Timber Hoi-lli-und  "  v ' p  '   '   ,1'ioivn Jj-nid-. ���������     |  '      y CJare oi J. I). S.iiu.vLH, ,1! nvui,  ' T)0Jll..UJiN  ^     \/v'  ii.si'Oici;, U.C.  AX,H    Pl'.OV'lNCIAI.   ,     ���������'.  t'~i       LvMl   SUHVI5Y0H,\  llKYKLSTOKE.   U.C.   . _'  PHRUY- LEAKK,  --I'KCIAI.TII.-:  . v i     ��������� ' ��������� " Kxamination- And'Heport- dr. Jlinini; , I'ioii-  -  -1* ". MtM.        Y I       ,.     l"   ���������     .'     ���������  '-1,....    ', , Cal-fi.J.iVai'.ou Ii" '( mioriirtiim ofc Miniiii', ^i_i-  ^   ,���������   ^,������  Tc-t-, inadi-.ol Ore.- ami ('uiicenlrallonforClilor-  '?;,'-,     "        inei'.iict (".\aiiidu'J'i..'.itni(mt.-i ,  ,  a.. {s��������� .-i Hj-clraulic I'lnnt=. , ''  ���������i     x >".,������.    , itolfoni .VlcXeil Code.",  ,        1   l    < , , ' - C- - ���������-,   -  . i    -?ATi;ttDAY,;>iPlllL',Jl) 100M."  1        '��������� i  Il i*to'be hopecl^ 'Revelstoke will  take ":tepi  to celeftralc, the .King's  Jjinhday. jlay 2-tlh. nnd Dominion  Day; July In. with   sports   galhcr-  'ing=._\vorlhy of the city.        ;    ' ,  The Hojiho oi Commons is to be  congratulated on the step - it is  takin.fr tcencV political corruption.  Canada will never have satisfactory  ^ov-ernmeiit till 'electors are permitted to exercise their votes free and  iintramelled without hope oi reward  or punishment for doing their duty  ai citizen.-.  ���������>-( Thf- City Council "is -to be con-  criAtuhueil  on   the   steps   taken at  . ln-p meeting to apply the-principle  o' tie- frontage tax. ( There arc  inrtny ah-untee: owning land,in the  ��������� c.ty vyhouo not improve-iheir prop-.  e'-'J-ic-1 hut tho-e  j.roperties have an  ' a'ided .value" irom 'the work of their  improving nr-'ighlior.-. and it is right  t'..f*y should nav for it.  Ti 110 l'l! IOR ClOVHRN'MKNT.  , The ['rioi\govcrnme.nt<"'hiis .met  Ihe'Jiojiso wiUTa policy'calculated  to meet5 the  rcquiicmenls,- of   the  province, and should ha've the.sup-  pprt of/llie ii'c.oplc fand  their'representatives  in   the* 'effort'1' lo   carry  through most'of; the ihcasuros'pro-  posed^'The go'vcrhiiienUintend *lp.  transact business  in so ex|ieditio_us  a-mannor that if the session is prolonged thc fault wiir not.he theirs.,  Legislation''will   be 'directed lo removing'the principal   causes of'un-  rest-.tind "disaffootibn:    rn-mimng,  there, arc, the" unset tied - stale' of  labor 'caused'by strikes", the'two 'per*  cenk" tax, and the  mixed condition  of'"' thc ' mining'' laws.'/ The   labor  troubles,- cxtcn'd   to  all'"industries  alike. rThcmos't..imporlanl,measurc.,  therefore, proposed by  the gq.vern-  kmcni'is ,lha't providing* for the .prevention'of strikes  and  lockouts by  conciliation "and arbitration, follow-'  ing thc  lin'cs   of  the New Zealand  'la\v._  ,No   more s important ',legis-,  lalion.has cveilbcen introduced by,  a government, and ,lhc government  that'placesssuch. ar ^beneficent law  ....   U.v wfi.l,ul,v.l,������f1]l     lllll   llvvyl,.   U.v  niemory and gratitude of tho people.  The bill has been'-preparcd'hy'llon.  W."'W<!J->.'Mclnnes. provincial secs-  relary. and ,as labor has ho more  loyal'friend lie'will doubtless see  that its nrovisions  are  fair  to "all  ,���������''<? -J- .   .'4.      .  parties. *   ; / '���������   '    --'���������"       --   -"  Tht* tlvo percceiit.-'lax" Jias been a*  source 'of-'much complaint by in;  vestors, and a bill will be'intrp  ciuced to abolish the tax "anil substitute for it a method free frbm the.  objections urged against it.  Another"splendid .feature oi (thci  government .policy is'Uhat for promoting settlement of- the land by a  system of surveys and the acquisition of large estates' with a view to  sub-dividing them, and offering  (hem to bona fide settlers on easy  terms. This policy is specially applicable Jto thc (jkanagan valley.  What'settlement of the land and  agriculture is doinrr for theXorth-  west it will do for British Columbia,  coupled with the greater resources  of this province as a fruit-growing  country. What the province wants ;  is-better transportation, and this I  t"  WE ESTIMATES.  Works' To Be Provided For In This  Riding..',' ri  Tlie'estiniiilcs to be submitted by,  the I'rioi'govei'iiniciit will provide for  tlio'follovviiig works in this rilling:���������  Completion or > ,'  .JIKI'lIl.Xl)1 "       ',',.,  I mil fi'iini l.ovols'toko to ;Oiinoo river,  jUXtension of Downie crock trail, itn-  lirovemeiit of trail iind bridging between ,(.Yildi.lraiin and Sniilh creek',  road eonneclijig upper, iind lower river  past Death riipiils and subsidy to Navigation Company for tramway.  KlIVI.l.STOKi:.    -,        '' '  '-KxlenSibn'of rone} to give access to.  uottlors south of Revelsloke, foot bridge  acros-i Coinnibiu river at Kcvclslolco. -  '   Kllil.   V.VI.I.IIY. '    -  ,<  iImpi'ovcmeiil''ofp Kiro Valley road,   i-  ,    'OAI.KXA   HAY." ,      ,  Consjlructioii   of' rbtulfr to   connect  liiiluWibny   with''Trout lake road via  Clnlena buy.     ������    '   <v "  ,r ",. ^ '   'cA.vinoii'.si:. ,.'    ' f  r 'Improvement of road between Cam-'  borne'uml lleaton and Comnplix;' protection of bridges-at Camborne and  Cibldfiolds; trail on cast bunk of Fish  creek between Lexington nnd Jloyd  creeks; s,leigli road lb) I3eul'riee mine;  'in in ing record ollice nndi lock-up at  Oainboriic; connect Sublo^untl 'J.suac  cy;ook'trails:-'       ,r '      '(���������.'.  i.'akdka'u.  j ,.      '   , f  ' Imfirov'emciiL of r'oucl from Ferguson  to"Ten-Mile; 'sundry trails, nt^Troul.1  Luke and Ferguson^ inclmling Canyon  creek and American trails. -1-, r  it.Ajf.jtji.Sf. (/jT i>   *   Ji.   -V   *   ���������*>   /j.   S.   &   n.   4y   *>.   &*   *h   ***;*>���������   **���������   '**   '������    *>*   '>��������� t ������������������������     'h   *y   *h   *h   *>   *>��������� Ji>.   *h   ih   j*.   th   .y.   Ty,   /h   *>>   *h   *h   *y   *h   ih   *h   >*���������   *h-   *y   *h ,-w-   *>,     5$.   *h   iy   #   ty   *y   ty   *y   iy   -u-  -,   ',' e5*  4'  f  ������S������i  ���������t  REDUCE YOUR COST OF MINING WITH  ��������� ,", , ,  , ,      , -    , ',''"','''  The Durkee Electric Rock Drill  POINTERS TO LARGE AND SMALL MINING COMPANIES.  ' Uses minimum power.    ' ' ,���������',!<  Dues maximum work ' '' i        .  Takes from st to 2 II. J\ to run I lie (liUVrent size drills.  Repair costs exceedingly -.mall. %  '      "    ' ' '      '('   '  Especially ik^i^'iied and adnpted for eennoinical work. <f   '  ytiikes aboulsix liimclred blows a iniiiute., I    ������ i      1 '  ' ' ,  l)oes same amount of work as air drill of siiine;si'/.e, vvitb (ine-lenth  the povvei.        ,' .,',',,'  Does not stick in the hole.'      '. '   \a  No ('xp({nsive'aii' or.sleum pipe's to keep in repair.,        < ,'      -,  Costs iibout oiH'-tliird as inucl'. as other drills lo install. ���������   (  No I'loeti'icily onlei's drill.    "     ,     ���������,'i< '      ,"'       "    '.,  ,  ' In l'aelT.itisa'very siiiiple,sLi'oiig,iiiecha'nieal Aa\\w,okch''wuUil(Irireit  Thi'i nt'ore Hie men behind the iiiaeliine.vvoi'k witlioiil, being shocked  ��������� It has tbi;ee speeds regulated by a simple speed controller.  Slroki) can be I'l'gulated.i'rom 2 to 5 inches.      , , .  FISH BATCHING:  Interesting Sights at theBon Accord  j.-Salmon Hatchery: -  o     '^   ,       , '     ' '     , !  "A'visitor to lbe lion Accord -salmon  liiflohory writes:���������" " ,  , V 11 -, i.-5-.ri-iilly wonderful iip-,tliere.  ,Kir.-.t you see_ tlie eggs, then thc'cye of  the lisli, wbiub appears Ih'st, and tlie'n  tlic'^'i'udiial'cbiliiges ,hr the flsli-till it  'is fiiby formed." When-fiilly fqrmed,  Ihe (i'sli are, put; into ponds,"outside,  and uflonvaids, sent<,uj'i tlie JIarrisoh  ri\;of. .'J'herc arc" about n'in'Crmillion  little fish there. 'Thcyiiilso.raiscjrou'fc.  ' 'f Some'of thc freaks are'great. Tlfcy  ,liavc preserved, Siamese .twins, double  headcip, witli live eyes, "sonic double-  tailed,, a lid all sorts of1 freaks. One  salmon.will so*mclimos,"liiy ~4.000 eggs.  One (|iicor ' thing, (.which ' puzzles  naturalists, lias'-rcccntly" been -placed  there. J'd looks lijcc" a green egg on  fife'outside, -'but ,scientists, -who have  examined it, sav it is"������live.    '  Koi   those slartiiig  to mine' on a small scale, anil who cannot alVord a steam plan!, our drilla and ('(iiiipmenl aie witliout'q'rieslion the cheapest  smalli'sl aiid'iiKist'eompact pliint's on the niaiket,    In,eases whore the mine is isolated nnd fuel in very high, it, would only  lie necessary to Install a  yT small gasoline-elecl,i'ie engine aim" dynamo lo geiti-iale' tin. electricity lo deliver to Uie2 II. P. motor llml; rnusthu drill, to t'uniish  iiiea'ndescont  li(-,htsr'  *S* and power for fans Lo ventilate the mine. , Oivwhcri' a   '        ' "  t������fr"    steam  plaul is'nlready installed,'it would rerpiire only n'.very small engine to run,the generator  ���������W"EITE.;iJSi      WE ' O-A.JST   SHOW ' TOU.-  THE WESTERN ELEGTRIC DRILL COMPANY  ,  , T ' -     /' lOi EAST BROADWAY; ,    - ���������/   -       BUTTE/ MONTANA:    ,/,<'���������,'  q&t&fcl^  *'  4������  ',,_   Not Giving'Special Discounts.;   - .  ,;".'   ;   Not Running Business for Glory, V  "  ' i"i,' ''.'  <>   But Giving at all times Good, Value for ".<  ; , , ���������"- i-   '   ' i. . '  -   Hard-Earned Money.,   .,������������������  ������7*  '.^  ' 4*  .4  w  4*'  4������  M;; LAWRENCE.  HARDWARE.! ,  i"      7',     * A'   i i       ' ���������       " '       . '"  *   i' ,   '     '   i \  YOU PBOMISED YOURSELF: AN OYEBCOAT  "   v   "-'   f'- ^ ' i   "' r- "~      <i . .   i ..    ,, "  ,,  ������     ,     '--',,-_,  i    ,   This Fall.1,, Don't put it, oil'too'lal.c and yalch cold.,.   ,��������� .    .,   ,     \,.'_   ,  ^'i      And do notbuy a elieap, ohoddy,(i.ne.  ?riiey'ni'Vi'r look \\'elb,    ' r"     . "  "'  .    '     Let us inakeJvou.iUcoaU.hal will please yob:   We-cun do il.     xit -'"' '    -"  Tailor.  mes  i \  .<> i-  ,<���������',���������<<". ,      LIMITED.  MINES AND MINING STOCKS  Omces-OIIIUAOO.IIl.; DULUTII, Minn.;"OALUMKT,lMich.; NKL.S0N, 13. 0:  -    "       ." -/',     '        OAiMBOllNli:, -D. 0. '," ,   - /  r      OFEldlAlL^BROKERS ^ ' :  '_','   <   '(.%    '.;-,.,;!.   '<r-,   ���������'.-   '.,    , K011>1IU  Calumet & British Columbia Gold Mines Ltd  ,"'���������''", "',���������;       '" "    '''NONM^IOirsONALLIABiLlTV.'     ,,'   ���������-'    '   %"    >v'r  ���������  '"'ol'-' ,'' y ''^J,.':     (lOVA'MINl!).)   ,'   -,  ' - - ,  "r;("   i'\r   "_'  l''(ii; terms of imyment'aiid ndrt.ieulars'apply^to"   ;     , i-J "   '"       A,',    '   ,-  ,  .    >   ���������     '  < ������������    : '  i. - ���������>���������'������������������,    a* ���������     \   , 7 i'   t r       ''  ,11.'S, WALLAOIO, iMAN.vdio'ii, i'--K  II,  Uamboi'iie.,11. U.  ���������N.^CO U US I Iii./-A. i I'-N-r,;..  V   ft,,,   - lievelstoke, 11. 0.  r> \r ���������  A CHANGE FOR: CLEVER PEOPLE!  ��������� ���������. -si  <f j  Dominion parliament.  ltalph Smith has given notice of bill  io promote safety of railway employees.  ���������M..". ir,-i,l,u.._I.,ll,1l1._   'Smlll,,.; ....������50,1  iippoinlnient.of.a commission'Jo go tos  Brittisli,Columbia and tako.r.cvidence  ���������un'der oa'lb to ascertain" the causcsof  dabor t'rou'nles in thevwes^ and report  onthosame.'n lie Ihougl.t that there  should be "So'ingauthority to intercede  uiurproyent this tyranny over men,  merely,, because1 they,-combined   yto;  gothcr." - i ���������-- s. _jii_ ._^_   i_  sJohmOharlton" "called attention of  Governnicnt ' to fact-the great "coal  strike in,.thc Statis was caused rby  operators,' refiiai'ng to, recognize, the  union. * Arbitration had 'decided they  were wrong in this.  It. G. JMolMicraun had received information from al! -c!as=e,i: in British  Columbia, staling*if a remedy were  not soon forthcoming, the very existence of the province would be threatened. Tliere was ,i strike in .Vancouver because a company would not-  recognue workmen's rights.-' Parb'iu-  ment should do something .to setile-  C(ueatifn.- of this kind.  ~Hj.  ���������s:-Q'W"soisr'S":  ������������������Furniture ;Dealer7 House 'Furnisher andy .Undertaken  '.' ���������       '     '     ,    ,      ,C( r', ,   ,' .   , A_     , y        . * -���������(*    ,'._���������'  ','-.    iu   ��������� *V ^  H as-just opened, the-largest stoclc' ';,     ~r^'-,''-  1 \    r ' " e of Carpets in the city._,   ' '.   ,.������4-.;      ",     ..���������,,"  ^LLnbioums; Buss,.:rTnii9tnWai'e- and "General -House Furnishings <  ,J   "i -      ---',. v '���������      .   ,'    . ".      .,-..'<., ,,, '*' '.;.(.    7,-  '"���������"-JMoKis.vziis.Avkxue,    ���������-' '-    -   'REVBLSTOKG. s    .,.-,'  ^',  *#���������'  ,   Itishould be.ea.sy for people, wbodrink  delicious   Blue Ribbon  '   Ti.'11't.bVay .soniething that will induce t.heir friends lo try it.' .'  "-   v:" "7" ,fT" '--j--     -  $545 in Ga������h Prizes  .. Tvvi-hl.y-flvo .'I'usli  pi i/.es  will  be "awarded in   order ('if merit to,.  ,   those sending in the best advertisements for Blue 'Ribbon Tea,'**  ft  f  ,fn this-vvay the unions which break  the law's.mny be  punished financially,  "in aildition'to thc',pi.i.ishi..cnt"'niotcd  out'to"the iiicliVidual,law-brcakcrs."~  Gladstone  .Minora'   Union, ,-Fcniic,  complains that, while  it  has- to'iibido,  ,by the settlement,- the  wages and allowances are considerably,red need and  the settlem'ent-is not fair to them:  The Crow's Xest Coal Company has  to thank itseli for much ot the trouble  atFcr,nie. Four years ago 'at Kcmie  all the mine labor was Canadian, today 75 per cent, is, Slav, Dago 'and  Chinese and it is this foivi^n element/  unable to >peak our language or  understand "our methods, which' 'is  causingthe trouble. ,     ��������� "  As the result of  tbe  arbitration o  cir William .Unlock .-aid' lie 'hoped j cll0 co'nciii;lt:0'n committee of tbe Pro-  pnbiic opmior, would  .-ome day make; vj,,cjai   Mining   Association   on   the  Moscrop^Bros.. ^;!:  Sanitary  Plumbing, Hot  , VVater & Steam Heating.  -    Electric Wiring'and Bell",Work.  '      PIPE, VALVE FITTINGS.  Second Street, Revelstoke  ���������,   'First ,Prize \K..... .���������:  $200.00...  ;   , Second Prize.'.:'.. '1:..;. *. ..'.A' 100.00  ':  Third/ Prize. 4 > ��������� >��������� ��������� ���������' ��������� ���������"���������"  40.001  .! ,4th ^ to 13th':, Prizes, $10 each', 100.001  f ,     .J,fil4th to 25th 'Prizes, ,$5 each .-\ 6aOO;:!  vfy -.���������,'"- ���������; :     ' <������������������ ���������. -,-i   ".'.;  7, V ���������'7    -' '-" "_L_ ������������������ .,'  f  4A -' <���������  ^.- ,  ���������& I  & i  ' >5> 'ii'  .���������J* '-,  -  . '  -^7'"-  ',.s--.#f������   '.'  " t:, #&; '/*>  "W ^!i���������  o,  ',->���������' %C������NDITIONS:,   h ,1  jj*i,L -   1st*.1 No professional ail! \vi'ituiy nor aify one connected directly or *&. ���������  U')J indirectly,, with the Blue Ribbon Ten 06': may'coinpete. '.  ������'r     "  ''"'     "   A*-"   *  '  ' ,  .'   _, 2nd." Advertisements, miist licit "contain, more, than 50 words, and -A  -*Vislioi'tei,.,ones.iire piefei'iililc.,----'. t.1-1 ,-te .���������,''v-."',  ,'i.���������, ' ������-   -'.   ' i?.? ~-  t ������j "'���������'���������'.���������  "  '' l I  government intervention possible, f Fernie ������trike tl:0 nnen won manv'im-  \Sben his bib beiore the hou-.c waf porUnt features of their demand,  passed, it vvoui-i unable the govern-; ,)rjncipal being better conditions as to  merit to de.-.l wiui the C. I'.'R. strike. Lcars. tracks and lumber, minimum  A bill to incorporate. JCiotenay- j wage scale of' $3 a "day, recognition of  Cariboo it   Pacific  Ii;\ihv,Ly   was' up. S union, giotinds for union hulls,"gricv-  'I'l...   ..,          _-i. .'    _     ���������i ..._     i- I        _.   .'      ..    -.1...  ,     ...i    .:    .1  ic government proposed-to sivc bv | h",. ,  ,        ,    L      . . _  .-���������'railwav bills, but iintil'thescare1 . ������������������ or"'.l'.'!">'. nsk?   a..c.har^.r   'wn jance committee to whom questions nf  -- .-.. .    .-..      ,  ,   .,      . ,.      .       -   , Golden1, following the  Columbia river, j it-ue mnv be lefened.  published the details ot the govern-jto  Tl !o  JulIll0   c���������cl)Pj    th(JljCe   tl)C"  mcnt'V policy   m   this   respect will j p,,,���������,.,. r\y,:v Uj (>,.Conibo Portage^and  no't  he   known.    For   the   greater- by skoemi river to Port Simpson, with  protection'of   the   workers the coal  bruich toBnrkerville.   The promoters  arc resident1- of Port Steele.  The minister  of  raiiwi.ys  said   the  question oi appointing  an   oflicial to  inquire   int'>, railway   accidents   wa.s  under con.-Jdcratioii of government.  ir.ung the rounds  ��������� n.-s.thal the Xow  ation    and, arbi-  Tin- stai������iiH-ni  "t'llji.-t'.inadian |  Zealand ' 'concil  'iration law i-- a failure, i- untrue.  The only troiiblo there iV the labor  '���������i'L'i]!:s.aioii-.vMuit the coii.-tilutioii  ;>i tiie bnaril amc'i.ded by rcmoying  tin-.-uiin-ini' court judge >a-'cliair-^  man ,i!.d..rill.iv\;;.���������_' the"arbitrator?  r������-].<'������������������ ivdiy i(j|>:i'.-in:iii(/ r-mjilovor  and employe id i-boo-e their own  cli.'iiniian <>r umpire.  mines act is to be timen,ded. To  emphasize the feeling of the province on Asiatic immigration the  bill?- passed last session to exclude  these undesirables'will be re-enacted, though the increase by the dominion government -of poll tax to  $500 on Chinese should result in  excluding them. \ '  The government 'policy is, therefore, a wise, liberal, and progressive  LABOR'S CALL.  The Prior government's conciliation  and arbitration bill.adopts features of  the New Zealand statute. Sir William  Mulock'. suggested federal law,, and  Migge.-itionspresented by the American  anthracite ' commission. Thc bill  ,makes it illegal to declare a strike or  lock-out without Jirst submitting differences tn lb'* eonciliatii-ii board.  One*portiou of the bitter's functions  is to report n.i to the merit'- of thc  contention-: io   that   public   opinion  FRU/TrTRt-������S   '.  rORMARK������r& P/?/VAr������' CROWtT/fS  OMAMf/VTAL Tf?������ES, SHR0BS, ������TC.  ���������   CArAtocucs .post r/psc  C.AKWCHT,  'MrrOLM/ENURSCR);, V/crofi/A BC\  ���������'  !'���������- 'in ('HACK.  t ��������� " ; "' ���������.!- ..i the 'strike which  - '��������� '' 1' II "t.' hi in eon-iiler i-  t ; a tin- .\ii-:i,(li.,ii l.ing-lniieiiK n  v "������!i! i.' ii hi i ih-i'l'i.HL'e nor load the  .A-i-'i il,���������ii linn- li.a.h-l bv -rah  ���������'!'- i(V U-" <'. l'. K. (|(ick~, Tho  <: 'iii|.inv l-   m  1~" ''I'll    I'.u 111.  in i.i bu-j e--. In .\u.-ti;,)iit mid  a< v, Z.-,,i.,ini l.ib.M" i- king. So  -���������" n a- ii i- icii'ini; tui.' ('. P. I[. j-  iliiiu it- eii!|'lnyes for  1   iil'Ii1   of   .iiL'ani--  iniiy be iufbieuciil  by   a  disinteresled  Oliico ot inini-r,-; union at   Ymir wa? | views        l , 7  rt-okfii into and papers destroyed, j     i;alpl, .Smith >ufl   A. H". Puttee, Jr.  At Toronto a union niAn iv;i.. fined j P"s. hcadid .i labor deputation to the  one. If adopted it cannot fail toj.-jiff) and cot-th fur culling a non-union I Ottawa irovernmeiit asking more  e.-tabli.-b   peaceful   industrial   eon-j mun u rcab.- ' , [drastic alien  labor  law,  cifetv-appli-  ditions. to improve the position of i ILiune r.ulway nn-n h.uc- struck ui-!ances c"i railways, .restriction of  the Workers, and to develop the the go.prii'nctit"pn'->'C'il it-- anti-.-trikc I Oriental irnrnignaion. better wages for  mineral and airricultural conditions j roereivu bill. j letter carrier.-, government  nirebiinic.-.  Kverv   elector.!    \ fim.| will be r..i-ed to,appeal .fudge ! tto \*  I>a,(1   tt<vk/>"'   w\   ������'������-..������������icj  ni  welfare   of   the   Meredith",-cleci-ion prfvc-i.tinK picket- ! tn"ff- g"V"n.,.n,t  cmj.loyee- pied lor  ing .ind lioveott ing.  '*s*"*-T\   Competitors shiuild'-lie careful to,write name and address plainlv on-Hj '_  ltfr each ad. .,;        /-'^ ��������� '   ^    , ( .(.-, ,.''>���������       -'   ," * ���������'      K *& -  *������->''     3rd.'  .Cut tiie ,laliels'r'olV Ihe endsi of the paekefand enclose them  ^s  j^-,' with'i-ach balcb' of advertisements. ',     "      '   , l    ' ...  j,i,  "     'lib.   Tliu,competition closes June 1, 1003, and all "con'i'peting advef-  T tisemi'iits  must reach  one of the following uddfcsses on oi before that,  J(lll.te..7,     .      '.        .        ' .^^    >    ,r(.    ,'  -V     _     / .,  A^_   .        Blue Ribbon ..lea tCo., Winnipeg, Man. ^ >  ^ K , Blue Ribbon Tea^ Co.,, ^'oronlo; Out.  if    "'     Blue Ribbon Tea Co., Vancouver, 13'. C.  ^if , ' '' , L ' s      -  j.2-, 5tli. , No one person shall be awarded more than   one of the  main  Jji   prizes, but the same advertisements may win a weekly and"afterwards  '"sr a main prize.     "   L        . l , '- ' -,  ^,        Gth..' In ease of n tie, decision'willnbe based on all the advertise- *Sj  i  *g������ ments submitted by the competitors iirquestion. ,   ' '  "    ���������'*^ .  *&>_       Mr. H. jNI. K. Mvans, of  the  AVinnipeg Telegram,   has kindly  con-  *^������  f '  *2-  y!l* sented to judge the advertisements and award the pi i/.es  4<&, "    -All  adveitiseinents  that  fail  to  JL enough  lo  lie accepted  for publicati  X $1.00 each.      " .    ���������' . ' v '  * IJnless'expressly n>(|iiesti>il to'the  contrary,' we  will consider  ������������������  ot    the  having  piuVilKe,  policy as  proviuc-e.  al heart the  mu-t    eniloi-.-c     slir-l  that we have outlined.  i    a  lolidfty-:'inereii-.  i and  trucker*, on  in wages oi cIicckci.i  Intercolonial, union  FUR MARKETS.  1 TbeOi,t,inogo\enii.,r'iitlri.l.rotigbr,i |ilb���������j, l() }���������, ;,���������,.,|!v ;(gl.,ter.d The,  | in .i bill pmvidmu' <'9'>iMli.iti.iu and! .mun,.nt ,,r,,r,(i;u| eon-ideration ,  tt.ibilr.ili������t. ���������i U!..r Iroiihtco. lf,VI,re,-,ii,.--v,���������,..'ltliy   with  in-rc,,. of.  BO YOU WANT $65  PER MONTH1 WITH      '   '.���������  QUICK ADVANCE?  L If so lciun telegraphy.  The C. P. K. engaged another   Pitman's  College   graduate at $0.1  per month.      .   ,  .    Good operators in demand.  College -specially fitted with instruments,  Begin at one.'.    Constant practice  I'Yc.s -.Monthly.  Pitman's Business College.  Opposite llot'-l  Vancouver  win  a   prize, but  which are good   $������>  ion will  be paid for at the rate of  JjL   , f  *!" selves at, liberty to publish'the names of prize winners. ��������� , -,        <       f^f"  *f '- A good advertisement should be' truthful .nnd''contain an-idea. *Jp  {.|������ brightly and foicibly espV(;ssed.v' A bona fide signed letter with addiess Sfa1  .fjL, and date 1'ioni one who has tested the. tea isu good form. 'Anadvertise- $&,-  Jj_- uii'iit for an article of food should not associate with it, even by contrast,  X any unpleasant idea. The best advertisement, is the one that will induce  *5*������ the most [leople to try the article advertised.-        J-    -      '--7  J������      Seek-~your inspiration in a cup of Blue  4.        Ribbon Tea and the, money is yours.  *n������i rtTSti.'irM'i.tai  ii.  market.  Well-,    iepoit-5  HikKoii    P'.iv  on  sale-  vint' Jo. work up ij. I hear -'0 per  e.-nt   Idwer  tlliin pi'CMoii.-! of  'fieilrlil.   louii-t  and!I''!"'l,!"JU"   ''"'  ;i.������,1"'1  ,'������������������"' J':u"'t'"  q  .1.  uui.iirl;.  tb'-i)   ui).  Il'IOII.   -I.     -ii.i||      l\j|  .- 'in!    'II.1   n ( ( i; 1  the  ti.i  the .'.lie-in  tilli" ( Olne- fm- 1 i-licw.i 1 of  i-'lli-itlie-    |l,e-e     ������|I  llie-e   eoliniie-  tlieir   Il-eicdll  bv  in J-'r.ni" 1*1 o boat-.-, (h,. tniiri.-t  [ Mill uo fioin the Canadian to  11   M'U'cc. and  v, ben the  tlie mail  will   prol.nblv   be  t ikeii from 1 In- (', p  and its af-  Ulllk 10 pel c< ut   higl  1.-( nt   hitrbc r, woll   a   pi r  At lbe   I.,iinp-oii   s.ile-i   li  per ceni  higher,   ollei    10    pel    cent  liigher,   lyn.\     !I0     per   eenl    higb'-r  nun leu .-.-line   11-,   l.i.-t .March.    .Mm ten  i had hi cu l'l!, per eenl for the .liinuaiy  '-.lie- but dropped buck again in Aliucli  ' to ,-ame pi ici: ilh at *,i!iic liionth's -11 le-,  ! I,ist \ ear.    The s-ale lepoi 1-,  hhnwlhiil  III.,11'     fill      tllllll      11*11,ll     U.I.-,     blllllglll  f..i w.inl tbi*. ve.ir.  Lead  I2s���������(iil,  dropped   in  I dibit r.il ion .ii" l.-.l or I roiible-i  Pi' -.uli i.t Koi.-cielt  In-,' *ent. A. .**  [('i.irkii" dcleg.it''   to   Xn.v Xc.il.iud to  tlie   (ui 1 repoi t on the iiibitiiitioi) |-m,  ���������black!     .ludire Meicditb impo-n!  ,1   pi natty  l" ���������tllJO on  [Wlui Wood worker.'. I'nion  boveottiiiir and iiitiiniibilii.ii.-  ynv .ill pi rj     A ,,1V,.|K1|| ||niI ,,,, the con-.t Hi'uied  cent    lower.! |0 ,U|i)(|y |u|,|llfll ,f)  _,   ,.������������������(,.���������,.(,��������� , ni.  '  u'1'1  "'I ploying union   labor   dining   prc-u-nt  _' ! strik" of e.irpentcis at coiut.  The ('if|iihy 111I0 Die Ciow7.V("{t  '���������onI Iroublis showed Ihe lowctpnid  ni' 11 11 v raged $2.HH to $.'!.70 a day nnd  th'-lir-sl, paid men $"i,00 lo$7 a day.  !!c|inrl-,   fiom   A11 --L1 lIiii   slate    lbe  eoiiijiiil-oiy   aibilratioii    ami    concili-  jnlioii coin I, then   li.ii been wondei fully    *ii('C(".-fnl.     A ihI nil 11111    In vv   require.1)  .(iiidon   lo   C12,  c,icli union   lo  icgisler  and prove the  liosse-sion of a  giveii-moilctiiiy valiie.  wn gc ���������  .-jiip.'ttby   v.  01" [jo-it.il -tall'.  LOCAL INDUSTRIES.  ECCS FOR HATCHINC  Armstrong will put in an electric  bghtiiu.' at.'1 power plant  S-MeMalioii turned out the non-  work for Williamson A' fSenni-'oii'-i  new bake men.  J, Mc.Million 'h g'-l ting W. Pleniiiig's  liig Bend stage iwidy for nilliiilig between the city and the bin I landing at  Kight-.Mile.  A fiiiulh liiiiiK.'oiitiin 11I11I lailu.iy  is propo.-cid foi (Janada lbe -'.iiiad.i  Cciitial asking to build by Vellowbeiid  Piim-i/TIk/iiisoii and Kraser riveis lo  Vancouver,  I'Viuii Piueliied (iolden liiill'  Orplngloim     ,     .  ������,'{.()() fur l.'j  I''iom Piuebred (loldeii IflllV  I.egllOIII-l ' $2.00 tin  Iii  Only 11 few (_'ui-kei el-i IcTt.  1(10 egg incubaloi- and broodei' I'or  Mile (heap -Hindi' by (Geo. II Slnhl,  (^iiiiicy-  III.  H,  I,   SMITH,  Pent ict.011, 11. C.  ptfetSr-f   "���������'  I.   Chulfi E-Sthujltr ft To.  *l.&lj.,2i1-f*ili_ ������ mi! j������t hjto 1 n&_  F- Y\5 I'ul Up Window Shulef  ^lr.hithnConltitlir-cCoT JVi'.Vr!.  --r..,rv.-"--.j.  tiw~r  t'.Yr.C-  A BOOM COMING  Is What People Believe of  Revelstoke.  .'-..���������i--.| ^ r.w 11 ai \ vv,. son, 210  AS1 1=10 STRLI-r  ���������  I A0/-.py.-inu������ uui.  jSsi������V2n������^'.,-^lr*������L.l-.!.yj'.T!?il-r-, j Cu?  .,m  Now is thc time to sell  houses  ���������and lots. ( ^  Buyers, look up the  Kootenay  Mail for investments.  Put  your   house  or lot ads in  our advertising columns.  Sure results.  THE KOOTENAY MAIL, Revelstoke.  For Sale.  7.10 shines in Peat rice mine. "Will  sell whole or purl. I'"or particulars apply at ollice of Koutksay -Mail.  Wholesale and Retail  .   .   .   Meat Merchants.  Head Office, Abattoir and Gold Storage:  <^^SB^Oalgary, Alberta , &"'"  S/'  t-1  >d  8* ��������� '  tf-  -     'fi  *������������������<  '         _. * i  K--  !s*         ���������!  i - i  _  , i  ft. ,  -.     '   i - *  5*  .         V   '            J  .'      '    .        01  i-  .     ., s  V  ������.-'-  {-V-;  '-, M;  IT    '*  :*���������- ���������  ^  i,    A\  ^s  r _,   i ,    d  &���������.  '��������� - -.    ' '.  ������'*'  ,  *������J  , ~'- r    i������  ������..  j.   ��������� *"���������  '���������r- '"���������  ^-r  ,     J. '."  '#"*  - i',  '*r '--  .<  ������ '-  -J    1  ������-/���������*  , 7  &:*:.  ~*.   . -  ,^..",  ������=>,,'  7.   '-   i  ������*:.-  -, t 11  3>'  *������    T               li  *>���������  1        ,  &' ;  !    [  ~  ifcs-.,  (���������������������"���������  ".     f        ,~-  (&."  -     "- -u -&u  ������,-.  ''  fr������  *������.  "  ������  ^  l]  <F������    '  "     . t   1  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  LAKE VIEW HOTEL, ARROWHEAD.  i          _  .sawmills  unibeWng  for ii hotel  t ���������  . rc.s.out.j.hd.c is  Uio'Lako View Hotel, owned by J.'.l. Foley,'a fornior resident of Jlov'elsl'okT.r' A  sketch-of the hotel is published'horowith,        .   -, ;*'  Things will boom in Arrowhead this season.' \\ ill- twm lurg  about ,to be'creeled business men arc having an eye'on this coming  centre'.', Already ,Caley "Bros.,7of lievelstoke, have .".secured' a bit6  'onnosile" thbirailvvav "Million.  jThc principal building at.thc'i>i;es  .,''..     . - ir:-...  ir_...l   ,, A,t  I,.-,   r. r   i.'n|n., <���������   r^,.,.,,-,,, mtl.liml. n(  llev  NAKUSP;  , Kkiiii oiii-owii C(iri-Os|.(iii(li;al.  K. Maxwell was in town on'Monday.  ' from the ranch.1'   ' ���������_ , ���������'   <[t  ,���������, . U/Abiiio'has returned, from Nelson  al'ter'a week's vacation. '       .     ''_,'"  Kev. T. S.'til'assford   preached   bis  lirst*.sermon .'on   Tuesday     evening,  April 7th'. t      '    ', ,   ' ,   -    ' l r  .. ' The G. P. 'lb has brought  in' about  !tO Italians bci'Ctto do some extra work  ' in filling in'bridges. _  .    '?, \   '  -  .The 'passenger" train '.froni  sfaiulon  arrived',bst' April' for,'first  time that'  ��������� week,on account of slides.i ( '' '  a  '  iMckissic k Son -arc 'getting  along  with the lirsttiig'tor t,hb Yale-Cqlum--  , bin-Luiirber Co. /I'hey, have.her.nearly  ready to'lnnnch. ,  ,,/.   ���������'    , ,^���������   ?,.,  A social and dance'will' be given,in  the  I_.eli.nd House on  Kastcr Monday.  Tliere will,bo, good   music and a good  ���������'  time is expected,   j, .      ..     ^< .t''   /t  ���������_,. .The C. I'.J..   Iug_Coinmbjij;  which  " has been* out forr ldgs7;fo'r' tbcsYalc-  1 Columbia,Lumber Co., came in with a,  , large boom on Tuesday. '   " 7   ,  \* l.'ev." I'-.^C.' \\\ 'MacColi .' .passed  .through hero fan   his   way   to, -Trout  ;  Lake'and Ferguson, where  ho will fill  the Presbyterian pulpit.'   l- '' 'f\     t   '-  _Capt.Ka11c.cam2  in  from ,the Xiu--'  rows with Uic dredge on the lst.ithcrc  being somctliingi wrong  with tho dip-'  per.  ,'llc" "returned .in   Sunday, \vith  "< part'of a ncw'.crevv. -"-;,.'"   '  .to tho 2fltli March; IQOS^iho dale ulion which���������'tbc new "regulation took  ell'ect, and renowlils will be' granted in  discs "where IheTiino of'lbe old license  expired prior'tb the 2(!lb March, '"Ap-"  'plicanls I'or renewals afle'r diilot will  bo allowed up'to six month's lime in  which lo survey the liiuits,applied fcjr.  A'deputation representing K'oolcmiy  lumbermnn, including Messrs, landmark',' of , 'Hovelsloke, anib J. tV.:  Billings !rof, ,' Nakusp, ' dnteiwigwed  gov'ernnieut and rocomnieiulod licenses  bo renewable at option of holders from  year to year;' holders'' mubi \ cut, onp  thousand feel. H.' M. daily -for revery'  license held for eight months hryear  and licensees may take up any number  of licenses; licOns'oi, id bo" trini^for-  nblo; no increase in'the fee issued over  .lands oust of' the Oasw'ulcs. approve  surveya'but in '"vunvof difficulty in  having'siirveys'iiiade, rcnsoliable ex tensions Jbo a Mowed'before'caiicollation-dl'  licenses for failure to survey. . r._  '    7"������ , '- ' ,i   b.  it  THE MINES.I  A.  Uu Hied  erlaih's  ��������� Kemeaies-i   '  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.  ,' i'or Coughs, Cold-5, Croup and Whooping Cough.  Price 25 cents large si/,C'5oc.  , , '   . '  Chamberlain's   Coiic, Cholera  and Diarrhoea Remedy. ,  ��������� I'or Jlowel Complaints   1,'rice 35 'cents,  ' Chamherlain's Pain, Balm.1  An antisCplic liniment especially valuable for Cuts, HrHis.es, Spr.iiusaiidHheiiiiia-  'lisni.   Price 25.cents; large si/.e 50'cents.  ,Chamberlain's Siomach and .  Liver Table.s. '  I'or. Disorders of tlicStoinach', I^ivcr  and Dowels. 'Price 25 cents.  , Every one pi these preparations  is guaranteed and if not fully satisfactory to the i purchaser tho  money will lie refunded.  hot to east his.gold'bricks so large in  .future as llioy could not lianille I hem.  Mr. Ifobson probably ''advised/-tho  (Iirecl6r <if!' tho mint ' that .'while he'  was sorry lo inconvenitnee Jiini bo  could not get the g'old ho was turning  out at Bullion inlp-any .smaller splice,  v llaymo'iid'Allo.i' has put, in a sawmill ' operated by ,\vdtci\'- power, to  'iiss'isi placer ���������operatioii.> oiw tho old  channel1 of 'Caiup' creek ^ now .being  operated,' br. Oiiri'iither.i,' -Messrs. l'l,  .), bourne, l<\ lb'Wells,and J. I. Woocb  ro.wnre inlereslod wilb Air. Allen in  thin property.'  \-). 'A, ' ..radio)  'operationsJoir III  ground v 011 J'Voiich^ c^riii'l. as soon as  siipplie.*; win'" be got' in.^ -Twot bobs of  g'old-bearing gravel, parallel lo oLCaii-  otller,' have bicii ',-lruck, and from one  oP'tbcso^i splehdii,!. sample' uf coarse,  gold was' .nki'ii Jas-t" inoutli,',liy, J.  Sweeney,-who has���������'great faith : in the  future of lbe ground 'frym prescn't ap-  peanincos.    A   large' amount,  of   dc-  7i..."....'..-.    'i,.,.'"f i,T, I���������.w.    'n.i'llik  w diiieTHls' resuming  ho  Co'nsoliition placer  vcl(i|?iiie'n"t 'has".been   done   on'this  ground.      l '*'   "     \>-    "   ' ,r,,s  ���������*  PIPiEIOOB FOR SALE  MALAKWA.  [������-,-  '  Frcini Our Own Corro=i������.iictciit.'������'7 V  , Mrs.'E.' 13a*yncsvrctiiriic(r from.Kan'i-  oops last wefjk.'    \ '   '     7 "A,f  I        Somo'.-oP our'settler^ took \\ runup  ���������*, . to'tha'Arni'lastiweek.   .   fc��������� ''"','.'  ' "   ������ The win ter .work; such as vvpbd cut-  ' V, ting, 'etc.'..is dra'vviiigjto n'close. "^-^ 'J  t i_���������.i-i.ri-s. B- Erickson-lias gone-to Kcyol---  ,    ,lslokot;to ' meet "her . brother ' from  Svvede'n.-1' t '      ' ��������� r  ,'  .,   The.. Columbia   River, Lumber  Co.  ^   ' have out two million" feet  besides lots  of miscellaneous other orders".     c'  Our went her  is   the'same as Paddy  'said when asked what kind of weather  they had in America.' Why,   "it's all  '    kinds." '   -  Wc arc sorry to hear we arc going to  '      lose   one   of 'our   best "settlers,  Gus  c     Anderson and family.   They arc going  to move into Revelstoke.  TROUT LAKE.  ' George Johnston, of P. Burns & Co. ���������  got out from Trout Lake Wednesday'  J fc1 reports traffic having been blocked  .to such,an extent by deep snow and  soft state of the road that no mail  could be got in for thrccowecks. The  only way of getting it in at dust,was  by putting snow-shoes on JHgbt horses  and using toboggans. Thc Archer is  running a daily trip again, but as  Beaton is cut off by ice for the present  thc landing is at mouth of Fish river.  There is no beef or butter at Trout  Lake or Ferguson, so the people there  are on shorfcommons. Supt. .Downie  has a stall' of men endeavoring to open  ! a channel across Trout lake from  .Gerard so tbe boat can1 run and get in  supplies, but it is feared the ice is'still  too thick. '      1  of  the U.vsfer-  ' LUMBERING.  ' While there is'a shortage of shingles  in IL C. there is'such surples in the  States it is proposed to shut down the  mills for 30 d ���������>���������������..  D. C. Cameron M. P. L\ of Rat  Portage, says that between 75 and SO  per cent, of the, American timber used  in Munitol a enters thc country free  of dutv, and the remainder is subject  to a duty of 'li) per cent, when imported  as mulched lumber. ,  Walter Scott, M. P., asks an cni-uiroy  wilh a view of applying the provisions  of the anti-combine clause of  the tariff act, or , section i)20  of thc criminal code, directed  against combination for ' restraint of  trade. He alleges lumber prices unduly high as result   of   agreement   or  combination 'of   dialers    and    1 -  ufiieliuei's, and says they will only sell  to cci lain men.  Hon. W.;ij;Wcll-,chic'l" .'(imiiiKsiiiner  says ���������it is the desire and intention of  bis depaitiiientto make the fulliliiient  of the provisions of the new regulations  respecting the survey of the timber  limits'hold under special license, as easy  aspo-sible to the licensees. Licenses  will be granted to applicants whose  noliccs in thc Giuoltc arc dated  priod  ...  Ward ..sold   interest  Grouse for $I,0(J0.'     ..���������    -,   -'     .  '    ,  - The Kin'mo1 strike, -cost   thc Grauby  Company $,'10,000.7'     >     ' \   ,   (-_"  Rich  ore" has   been Jo iind on sixth  level of Centre Slar.    ,i   -*    ,  ' KettloM.ivcr Is  t-Iits   new -name for"  '.Yale Mining .Division.*        " .    ,l ' '  '-- Croftom smelter ..blew ,'in  ,.3untlay',  with a yoar's-su'pply of oic.j   .- ,  /St. ,1511110   claim; Orcii'tl_Noitliorn  '~mount'ain,'is bcuig"bonded. "       f���������^*  The" Sullivan -will  is=uc  bonds for  $250,000,to'cgmplolo'smelter.-* ,   "���������     ','  Tlie silver-lead "'delegation ' io, again  at Ottawa urging higficr diilic.-. (   ,c ���������'  -'CI run by stock is to' be quole'd on iho-  New York'and Bosloji exclnyigcs.   ������ , ,  ^ "Tlie Lanark  ConsdlidaleiP'will  dU-  Miioso of its properly  prior, to  winding  lip.    ��������� ���������     * < -   "- -f" -  .   -. - .(..    ,   V  /'Wild IFoisc placors-'aro'to^be worked  oil a large scale -this "���������season' by, hydra u 1 icing., '   '  The. Montreal-Boston' Copper* "Go.  will install a, converter at Sunset  ,smelter in Boundary.' 7  "A change has been made" in the  miinagemenUof tbe Metropolitan Company, uMcCrossan'being retired.  " Ii/the history of tho mining industry this year will be recorded as a  memorable one."���������Mining Hcview. ���������>  '-It is reported the Northwest Development Company made another  clean-up but the result is kept secret.  J. F. Musschnan, manager of the  Calumet'k 11. C, has been at Arrowhead rushing in thc imichineiy for thc  Kva mine. , .  Thc Laborers ''Uo-operative, of  Golden, proposes to increase its capital  to i, .1.500,000 by . issiic of 9,500,000  shares at 10 cents!    ,  W. IJ. Pool, manager  Criterion, is putting in  creek to provide water  company's stamp mill.  Tlio Seattle claim, 011 north for  Kettle river, bonded to Trail sine  is developing well and a fi-drili compressor is to be put in. The ore runs  if 40 Jo $50.,  A deal is again on f.ir thcold J)onald  claimaicardjleciliiwact, and in which  Mrs., Caldwell and D. Woolscy are  interested, thc bondee being Mr.  Jewell, of England. Thc ore runs  high in zinc.  The following have been elected  directors of Northwest Coal and Coke  Co.: ' L. Ernst, ,1. McLatchic. J. L.  Stamford and JJ. B. Migl.ton, of Nelson; F. C. Elliott, Tiout Lake; and G.  IT. Bradbury. Ottawa.  D. Woolscy and G.S. McCarter have  a carload of ore ready to shin fiom  their piopcrty on tho north fork of the  Illcciflewiiet" above Albeit Cany-m.  The ore is high-grade, running OliO  o/.s. silver, $7 gold and S per cent copper.  The Revelstoke and MoUullough  Creek llydnuilic Company will, stint  woil: a--soon as it i- ..o*=ible to uet  plant and supplie- on the ground at  MeCullougb' creek. A sawmill plant  has been oidered from H. G. Pi ior A-  Co., Limited; pipe1, giant and -.at."  from the Yui.edtivor l-higineeuni:  Works, and other siipplie> fiom  llelid.V it Co . ol San Fini'ri*.-..  Much iiilci("-t iilliii'he- to I he colli-  ing M'iiMmV. bvibaiilie and ilc >'p lead  (ipT-r.ilioiis in C.-iiil'iM. At Piiilli..n. .1  li. Ilubson, manager of ihe Cariboo  Hydraulic, has things in 1 vei llout  shape for work anil good icliu n*. 11t.1v  be c\[i('etcd in the shape of a buck oi  two livnlling that turned out time  years ago The New V01I. inu.t ?.iid  it was the largeot gold luiek tb'\v bud  ever sei'n, and   ie(iue-ted   Mr. Ilobaiu  ��������� iMj-ewooih in" 'any quantity,,  clil>c5j"cqTiircd 'lengths. "Orders  .will receive prompt attention.,  Ventebbbisb-bbbWinboo/.,  G  t        Kootenay Locl/ye  .^T* N0.ICA.F.&A.M.  *   *   Tiiori'isiilai'iuecitliiK-i  IJ'-'      are liflil la tlio Mim-  ^t-;--.-,-,Si^.,<i-.')      (ililoTiiini'l'i. Iliiiiii";'  vAMMiiuiy-Ww^-"^  '"'  "'"    ll|,nl  ���������^^mi^W^M ���������,1,1 ay    la   uu. I,  ���������-^^^"^S-lVr^iii'iiilli  'll    K  1>-   "i.  "^S^-'-a-^-P^ '    VNHIiiK   lii'iillircii  c"^-**���������~ (loidlally wiilwniied.  ' ' ' II,.(IO!tl)ON   SlX'ltl.TAKV,  SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12, I. 6. O. F.  '   '   Jirsr-r*. '    .MI'OlS CIVOI'.V  Tll(<hclll.V  ^gzrtf^^fczz*^ OVOiilnK I" Mulkll'K  /^ WL M^TSvllull 'lit.' h. o'oloolt.  fl ^fezS&is^ YlVlbltlui, lirctliraa (iOi-  V^jSST1 N^-gydlully Invited ,1,0 al-  i , tOII'l. '  ,1. OUTIIHTT, N. O, ''  .1. MATIN!':, SlIO,  HENRY'S "NURSERIES  '      .   i  Fruit and .Ornamental Trees  Greenhouse, aiuL.IIartiy''l:,lniits (   ,  ', Roses, Rhododendrons, etc.,1, .  ,,Tons of Homo Grown'and Imported  i' ,r "Ga'rdon.-Field nnd Flower Seeds  " for Spring Plantiiif!;.,  OUT FLOWEBS [tKSKS^illii:  -    " l^iiiii-i'iil-Dc-iLms.  '  AGItlCULTUllAL  IM PLI3M ISNTS, <���������  \lK\iiH\JPP\AKH, '    '���������'.     .  :  "PHUIT liASK-LTS, ~'J   -"  , '    ,  -  ��������� "      'KIOIITILIZKIIS  ' Caliilogiic Ki'ou.    rKiiii'(urii Prions or Loss1.  .M.^HENRY,   .  IJOOSJ  Wcslininstor 'Road,' Vanc'ouvoj;  ���������,'    ,, Wiiitij Laiiou'Oni.v.  JclS.    It     TJVUUlVTTjj  ;;i BUTCHER.;     '  r    t / f      s ���������       ^  Retail Dealer^n'^^aaflffiS^v^ h *}/  ���������, r   -    BEEF;T/PORK,  , /. .    * ,'"MUTTON,1 Etc.  , Fish and Game in Season.  ,, All ordui-s proiniUly flllutl.    '������  REVELSTOKE, B. C^M,,,'^  . .   "-,,   ,'.-".   i'." ���������   .  Halcyon. Hot Springs  '���������   - i \J*a. nti a riii rn. _ iii J  n dam on 1  power   for  'oul  the  kof  Iter,  i-WiBENQQUpH'  '" vvluise   muiie 'is io-all'Canada 7  *,t"       n household word.  ml IU MliDIClAL WATIOKSfef [Jul-  J... 'cyon aie tlie uicist curative iu the  world.'. A perfect, natiual remedy for  'all Neivous -and''Muscular'".disease^,  Liver, Kidney and .Stomach ailments1  and. Metallic' Poisbning.j'A sure'cure  fur"T1lint, 'Tiird ' Peeling,"''' Special  rates nil all boats ,and 'triinis. Two  {mails ai rive and depait eyt'i'y 'day,1  'Telegraph , com mimical ion, "wilh -all  parts nt'*'tiri'   world.    An   i-xperience'd  .'WILL APPIOAK jN-.^   -j{  Il  30  " ' ' in  hi.s aineqiiiillcd'Original - *l\  _.. Skelch'iug-  Rntei tainnient    : _  FUN ;WITH,',THE'PENCIL?  e "Impromptu* Cartcains,  It.'i-ilals  '   in    Prose  and   Vi ise,1   lliinioi.'^   .  I'.illiii.-.,1 I3iii lcs-(|iii' and   Song.  Bricklayer and Stonemason  P. O. Uox'llH.  ;i:KVKi.BTOivii;, ������. c.  All linos of Jluc.011 work lindoi'tiikcii. '  _  \ Kstiniiitos given for buildings, etc,.  A -"Earning !  To the parties who are in the habit  of Liking 'wood from my wood y.nd*-  at night, without authority, I hen to  warn' them of the consequences should  I c.iteh i hem at il.        . '  W'Fl.liMINO.  E  -.   /NURSERIES '  ,   CRA'JVjO FO'RK.S.  s. c.  MAli'l'IX   13"L'liIlKLL, '-   Proprietor.  CO.MPLliTli ASSORTMKNT.OP  Home-*GroZ������jn  Acclimatised  Fruit and  Ornamental Urees  IX BUYING FHOM OUR XURSEHY  - MA1MC  THIS  ADVANTAGE  You can   Plant within 48 .hours from  the disging of the trees.  V/'RITE FO'R LIST.   "  inassanger.  Halcyon Hot Springs  , '��������� ^.Arrotv Lake. 03, C. : . - '  "^j-'.ft.s  ��������� Harmony in Furnishing. ' |  ,Villi   have    no'  trouble   il'   you  wiil>* us Imp1  'jiiiiiples (fiee) ol" , i   |  'i  Carpels, Cui'tains, Wail Paperr.j  Upholslcring^alcrialo,        '      j  and everything ivi|uii'cd.       ��������� ';���������'.''.   ,       """77   T ' '.'   -r     ���������  ;     ��������� /   , ..     ''     ! For Manitoba, tne  Northwest . rem-  /I'hc^yrecttcHt' assoninuni ol   iip-to-^   tofj;(. m lh(J ,Ra,|Way Belt' in',  GRAZING REGULATIONS  .lis.'u   I'-timitiiiif.'Mii .WcKlcrn'panada j' ,  disnlayccl-in our. showroom  .Cniish Columbia.''  Weiler Bros.,,COM|,L  UIH IlciyCU'lll (UU- Miovv icjuuin. .      .  (i        ���������        , ; .  %  l^'uski.ow'yoi.i'vvanlsandwe will ,do tliej J-'-f ^Z(t^Zl^^^M>  rest* ' , i    '     ,   .   , iiiiM..n-..fMu,u. nts uu ai'i-i.- i'or aiiiu������|i, ���������������������������������  '     , ' i ., i'Mc.1, df .v'iii.yu. I...V.-WC-. ,        ",  /������������������/Vll/im   \V\H-. ������   ra , ��������� <      .       Ijii.i!       ii.-hiru ,    ill   ������  LTft/aiiK  lr.l-c   III.'IV.l.O  "������      I  FURNISHRRS.  *-'jtf?  X  'i'  ;TRi'C^'  II/HO I, Ml   A' HI ...   ......... ^..' .-, ,  , Kill.'.' Ii|.-hicii.i in a ji-rruuir,' Ir.i-i; may l.o  I uliliili.ic.il j"..i-.|ii.|iu-.-l.-.i<l I'litfj-, -ale iif r.'il -  1 ui.v i.iirt/i.-c-, lull !.(iini.i,INeln-rf.'''il ������n mic-Ii,  I lii'niKn.iiu tin il.ii. ������|'C.ii wlilcli iliiyiui't wltlv  | lll'HWII (ivjiii'i.iu lirn *������������������-,   ^   , ',   ,.   ,,'  I A !(>--< e uf j;l.t"!tii/ land* t* tii.1 i nltiled liKli'i  li.i" (li. torn, lull hi- limS'. uii'iil ajil'licutlnil Mi  lliiiii������<'iu cf Hcinlnii'ti f.cii'ls, cilitalii rauh veil"  Complete Installations Our Specialty  -  ,       Finest Olass'of Machinery i ���������   ������������������.'  ���������'  1     ' - ���������     *'      '���������* ..   *'' '. -i '  The ^Hintdn. Electric' Cfo^'Limited  '     "    ^/VICTORIA and VANCOUVER.    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'*    Thisho'lel is novvNipen I'or'the* aceonunodation of Ihejlravu'llin,-,  >'. ipiiblie.i, II is Ih'e'mo'.l.'conveiiicn.llv situated Imtijl in Lbe city, being  ,.  al-I he corner ol'Fiibl.'Streer.ind Goniiaiiglil, Avenue, in the lii-art n ���������  ' .Ihe busiue.ss'poi'tion.ol' 'the city, coi'iveiiiem.'lo-iaijvyay stal'ion and V>  ���������'���������    post ollice.,    " J -   v      \ t������,'    ', '             Ift' x ���������' ,      '         ''              .'       ��������� '   Q,  ''"First Class Aooommortalion and. T.-il)lc   *     "       7   u . ,        r, i Q  .   ;           J          ' Bost/Brands'of'WjncB, Llciuors and  Cigars., a, |   'fy  ^���������0-6^0-0<><K><>"<>0^-070^ '  Ai  l.i'i-.c-l'.nii'liillx niulTlioiin-oa't l.iiullnK for  itivvticftil lwi������e dully "l T.lS'-.'.ini) Vi.MM.  M11I.I11K L'lo-i) I'pnlK't'llorti- with .all (J. l'.'l!  ti'iu'iiH ami la-ale. , v  ,  rvi'i'|v m.!ic!"i ro-ci vu Uic ilKlit to ulmitKO lljiKi-' V  'of i-iillliii;. without iiotitio. ���������     ,  Tltl'l FlllIU HOHIXSON l.CMnKRCO.'l.Tl),  ���������   ���������i'\ noriiN8or\;    .{-  1 ' Mniint,'JiiK Dl'iiictor, , '"  0OBAN] STEAMSHIPS   _  '",'"'  " Royal Mail I-lncs. ''      1        ��������� >  'ctioniiost^Routo to tho Old .Country.'. ;  '     /'    ALLAN' J-lNK~Krniilti5t. Julin.        '  "y  Pi'Ot.irlilii '��������� .,.,....,';...',.'.. ."Pol'; -������\  N'uitiidlnil   .������..., 7r. ���������'-,,....,.t���������.J,.....Mai'cli'i    1  PnH-ldli,."'  /-.'-..r,rt"  ���������,,..-,,   ....Miiruli,!    *.  Ionian,     fl... ���������_,\v..,"  ,1   .. .......j.-Maicli'-'l   "  (,01-lnll.liir ���������'=."���������--,���������:���������*��������� ,���������,-.,' -������--.,-^t.ireh'"2o������-- ,  a      noMiN"iON*.*i.isi':7-i'"'oin,ii'jffioii. .  .? 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IIi'l iii.ililii ,.   ,,      r      .     ,   .     .   ,,, ', ,,    ..iai-.ll IC* /  Ccdi'le 1 ;.'���������V ,v,���������.5I.ta'!iM.    ��������� -     i(-    ' ,.x,   ;-,  IVi^ctiKonSlUiikUficJ UiroHifli'Mo nil part*��������� of W   " ''V"'  (iruiit lit-iunratici ireniiul.i.iiiilnt ii'fimlb lo������, c     ���������  rntistoatl parts .of ihu Knropean continent. -,'  Apr>|v ip noare-l niilvvity.or fienm'-hlii auditor ���������  ������������������, 1,  t0 > . ���������   1 S   , ' "-' + '    - - '". *-  T.  W. BRADSIIAW.  Affont.  Rovelstoltc^ ^   ^Z-Z^L.  \V. P.'P. OUMMINC-S..Paoino AS'ontV,    *, ���������  .?iJ"i"  .r-li"-  SORvSALE  " Cut'-liy'nmehineiy lo recpiirftrbi/.e.  ,  1     '-     ���������        ' M       ."''-'        "  , '{."��������� ���������         *  ' , All ordeisleft al W. M. Lavvi ciu'c1*  or the Koolcnny Jlail oHiee will receive  prompt7itli'nli(iii'.  '', v       '   '  "  SV. I'-LKMINO.  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  '   Prompt delivery of rjatcels, baggage,  etc., to any part of the City.   ,  Any Kind of-Transferring;  5 Undor'takonr    ,    7 [  All oriliiis left at R. M. Hmyl he's  Tobacco Stoie, or by Teleplione, No. T  will receive prompt attention.^   __ .  , Wing" Chung's newly, imported   stock   oT  Chinese ���������  and Japanese goods.  The best assortment ever .'  landed v in   Revelstoke   of  'useful     and     ornamental  , articles:  Flower t'ol*.  Uinbii-ll.i Slanils ,  Liuicli n.isl.cts  tiniukiiiK .lackel*.  Silk Hoods,.  MERCHANTS.  We cm ,-upply vou with a (ii'-*t  loo?e  lea I' day Imnk and ledger >y  which is bi'tri'i   than   I ho'-e  you  e;i=l for and i-> niiieb le?*- in pi ice.  tioni/.e   honie   indu-try   and   t-ci  vou!- 111 del'-   for cuunler  books,   I  ieal day books and leclgei*. and   re  iie-, thcr.-fi.r.    '  Sampler and prices on applicati  Till-; ICOOTL.VAV MAI I  Kevelslo  lass  fleui  send  I'a-  il us.  (lose  (|iiis.-  on.  ke.  !     I  , V.u  ev|  lo s-  1  ei *.  auv  WOOD YARD  I lie   -l.ul.d   ,1   pel 111.UK lit   Wood  1   ..n   thud stiei-l.    Willi my past  eii,.|iie I hope lo   be ill   a   position  ati-Iv.ill   |.(|illl"lii('lil'.   of I'dsloin-  Mi'll   and  i-niclvv(kuI   -upplied   in  cimth*- at icdiited  prices for ca-Oi.  H. SAMSON.  'I'ca scrv icus  Plates  Haskot.s  Cnno Gh.iiis  lliuidkcrcliiuf-,  GOLD FISH  Fiiieststock of c.inclius and"fi-iiittiii town.  Front Street, Revelstoke  Trademarks  and Copyrights  coiinli'ius.  PATENTS  ������ olitiiini'd ill nil c  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,'  Registered Patent Attorney  Jlculiiiniual    'KiikIiici'I'    unit     1Ii-uiii?IiLsiiiuii,  Hank  of  II. N. A. llnililiiik's. Iliisllni?. Slrcul  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A   postuniil  will M'oiu-e an eii'iliiiK ai.|iiilnt  incnl for U10-.11 wliooiiiinciluill diirliut Ihu day  To Trappers  Raw Furs Bought  Cash Prices Paia  F.    B.   WELLS,  Exporter of Furs.  :revelStoi<���������>b.;g.  , ,    V-'        .      ."-ABRAHAMSONfBROS,,", PROPRIETORS,  Nuwlv. lnultr/. 'Fir.*r(.-cliif>s*jn cv,cryjx'?pccl.''', AH niodern con'vi'iimifces1.-  -' '<-.-.'.' ,.-.V.i **''. ��������� .i*^",Liirgc.SlimpIoi'Uoonis.  P I, .    .   ,*' ���������,��������� ,," '' 'i-\   i'-1u--'-"*Rales'1SI.50-per;pay7 L -"-'r Special Weekly Rates, i-^*- ��������� --~-  Queen's Hotel; .Trout   Lakej  under 'same���������"management.  '.' WRAPPING, PAPER -{AND';  ;;'",   PAPER BAGS.:1',- ]'A  The Kootenay -Mail lift-, 'been1 <  /appointed   agent,; ior  one. of '  .the' largest ;C"imadiaiy'-l'aper r  .     .Mill-.       - -     '       '   ^  '���������-  ���������'   "  /. ..Wrapping  laipi.rs in-roli.s'pr  'flat, -inwi   paper bags' of -all  VC'igiitj and'sizes. suppHe(l;t'o'-  , order pi in ted,or uifyv.inted.  J"  !    '    *. <      3? ���������   ��������� --*  [.Kootenay. Mail/ Revel stoke. >  ^u,,; ,  & ' '"   '   '' ---*'---   ,'  '    &  ir HOTEL"- LARDEAU: $  *     ====== COMAPLIX."'  c$h   The Best House in Town.  pY/j  Well Furnished  ' '      -       <t\  Good Table 'rfa  T       Best Brands of WINES, SPiRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock.  cm ��������� ���������-  f ' '   ', '      W. HAMILTON, Proprietor.; ���������       - ���������-   ^  ^rft.fjfcf*)(^f&(^(^rl)e^ff)(^r^(^������^(f)(^  t.     #  J".  ably'furnished with-the choicest the market  affords. "Best Wines, Liquors, & Cigars.  Rates $T a'day.,   'Monthly rate. ,  Ono Block from CPE. Depot  and Steamboat,Wharves'  Ito furnished and Ri-niJdo'.o:l  ,   Kates S1.50 to S2 per day  Corner Granville & Hastings Streets,  R. DOWSWELL,  Proprietor, - Vancouver,   B. C.  Just Remodelled and Refurnished with all Modern Conveniences.  H'Vl  1 P'\  ���������>hi r  ���������r;-  "ii  '_V  ;'.������  ���������*ii  READER, -     ,  Thl'i* HOUJi  Pnpxr.  YO(~ fh'udd siipporf it.  One way to do  tint  i-.  to" patroniV.e-  the I11111- who-c' nilvi'i ti-cmviitsiippc.-w  in thi*.  papoi.     In   oulciim;   nieiitron  tiie Kuotiixay .Mail.  ,,  ��������� e% 8 Standard 'C-m-dy tor Gloei,  L^J> jS   ConoirhcEa and Runnings  IN 48 HOURS.    Cures Kidney and Bladder Tro'iiilts,  Cook's Cotton Hoot Compound  ShJS1--!   1; M.ccff -tally uf .1 r.  fe?v,')i'i.o<u.-iaii-* sif.\c-ftfci  ������* <Z -.our drap.-iotiorCooV.'s  .lontlilv by over  aii'il. Lac'lesask  Cotton Rod Coa-  l inutatl.iiH nrodinKo.ons. l'ri<-.\ No. r.'ltier  u-..:: >'o. S, 10 d.'^.'. on.sthii|!(>r.*3per bbx. K",  1 01 2,iii.illedoii ric.il; lut {irliv mi'l IvcoS-cent  ...     ���������_... ,._  ��������������� ,-,nt_  all  T. IUUI    Vi 1 U|..l-! V   * V.     ~~svn    +r    ��������� -.-V���������      .������ww.    ���������������-������  pojwl. Tak.'no 0'.!.ir.a-f all Mixtun ���������������. ]>!lwnnd  lciitaU.iii; n re 11 in;;������. on a. l'ri<-.*. No. r.'ltir-  !>..;:: >'o. S, 10 dciin on.sirimner.SSi>er bbx. K  -s*. IU)      ', JCillCti VI.   .V.,  ,|    ....   J,,������>-V   ��������� ,,..,������ V.W%.^,,<  .,,,,. / /���������   ��������� 1 1 11 .   I.    I    il,- ,,"..,���������   //,i/. suvciti���������   1110 Cook t'omjinnj \Vtiul*or,Ont,  h'i)mn\  III   S///A'V tVltl  Ballls   Ollil I 01/11*   ill UK /it.tt, /ii'n in,-;   //Wi   pfr-'sa*. l !ind2^o!dan-i ri'tomuii-adcdby ni:  /uw///,w"             '"���������'               ���������.   ,, ,     ,, .-       /���������/,/./     ��������� ,   renpoailble Drusslsta lu Canuda.  ami Cold II'lt/rr, fnsufc loi!c($ on cm/i Jloor. (ms l.i^htut ������/,������  Statin  llcalal '/'firoit������iioitl.  J. C. URIiliNE, Proprietor,       ������        U0LDI������N, Bl. C.  X11 I.k.I'm' .'.ir- -.11 a:   1 :< ul IjiI l 1>J K. -  '!'    \*. '.     1 ! . r IN \. l-t'.lle 11} W. |li������.. .1..V.  Mli.ir x 1   .. ,.11'i vni'ili I'HIh' Ac  l!o"t< l"������.  DruKci-l-.  OOMAPLIX  J. H. YOUNG-,  Proprietor.  Cest brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. _  Travellers  to   l-ish Creek will find excellent  a- i.ommodation  at this Hotel.  forms ut.-cv-uai V\r-iknc*-i. sll <-fi.'nH of aliuso  orexces-, Menuil Worry, I7-cooi-=ivc- 11=001 ro-  bncco. Opium or StimulfinH. Mall.'d on rocolp-  of price. 0110 package Jl. pit. ?S. One tcilll^ot'^  sUlcMmrc. ronipb.etd Jne 10 any address,  i'ljo "Wood Company, Windsor, <?a������*  Wood.- l"_rt--wicmi\-i- <* -;.!d in isovolsioke  *v C.HI111I11 I ������i ������K & H'*'.1" <-'" ��������� ;'��������� A. Milli'r ������ Co.  anil W. Hew- and by ITntikJI- Abcj at Trout  Lak6, Drnggl^t--. .,,,... ... (I-
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pSSMi^l'^l^')5i W Isold yti Iji Sy wee IcTl S:f I o Ls yi-ii tf A r v6wi:
l0iiiifSM��M&''i& hotid ctbyif fi in es7!A'f'i/l'ii y I pr^ f or ���' i'Vi i 11: ���; p ii i:- [
UMi&ii SiMi:i:SJlSs'in i ss i oii e riil b f :71 ii n d t^ii ii il ::iwb r 1. s:. f or -y cii K
" f^f ^3-?f7%n7^iiissibncr^
fMftiESiff^S7��f s t eii n
.... Siiilsilllteiisf Air 11P S^
:"7'"1"'' :"'7#fy br|tljp7i5m^ '"'
yy7>y ai;iJbe| l!Ki li'li e'llm^
:;7f;7bif J tlibiKa v^
77:7(1 ii i red ������ 11 i eiproper tyi wi th:: tlie- iiiten tiqi);
i.;:V"7irv; yBritisli sftCplnmbittyis^^
777y',;\vonieiv .^G18. *;7T
,7';-'-f\niejii,.eni ployed^
''���' ;-7M s i b i) e r a? i ii>. M pr^iitreal7iS';'fl,37(',7aiHrbf
.VyS'yw'oineii;;$�� 187/7{>"7y':777:,,7^-77^7W^77.-;.
"7::.teresting 7 exchange,';''.',:'; the' .w3C6b,teniiy..
:777ivelcPine.7"Of late it ha5;s.hown:niarked
7 yers'was'held iMbii(Iay,'at;:whicirMessrsr
fti'y-McCar ty v;Kincai(l,'andi Cliipi' J nsppclor
=77oiifiii yfidverseJirciicpj;t'froi]i:tlie;ljcensc
;77:/iiispectbr;:itrivviis resplv-cdylocanceL.tlie:
;;���; :;-iicen-^;~:ior?7tlie^G0ronat
' 777;. Q n vMo ndayiyt wo 7boys ;Pa rsons ��� - a ii d
iy": TMaeguirCfywere 7; playing ������'���;;Witli,a':;iI.b;.
y"7 ibiiatof 'carelessly left;7hyy spine'' Jpiie
��� ; ,ySide.oi,the..city..' 'It went ..oft' injuring
:7-Pareons��0;.badly'lie niayrldse":the right;
"eye and making a terrible lleslrwpiiiid
7; on .Macguire's iiipicu tiiig liia face a net
-'.,���. i-oheeye.. 7 Both boys 'were, reinoved'. IP.
- 7 the hospital and their injuries attended
���:������ bv Dr. Sutherlarid.'' 7riiev   are   doing
:|'7Spbiigi;i----a7l)i jjCpne^ry^Oeiiyiwiee
'ii*i71>iy7foi; f>QeV>?aii<17(;Iicisj-1 jcs"L7V|iiulit^7n,t
���piiii niliiyl) i: i|gj 'ifc::l.ldbl.yGb^:7;y;;:n iiiiiii-i
;AlGra ig:'S"s Wi ge'frPin ;>l leiilpn^ljCJiiiekj:
'j io i i i I ell hi g(.i I ii s.T" f 0 r| 11 ci reftlibk e' fp i;-.;��� ij 11 e;
-0$ 1 in llii\'Al'pidiBiis'V^-yyJJf'1!^jy''^1,^W*':'eM^"y
cr 1 ii i ci !< - >y i L tc (1 ��� S f c 1 j.S vv yiV ii'il 3 i-ftu il y7 to^si ng ^
^l^OiMiJKti I l:ptlT6^;:rQp i^sciVnf ti^c^^f V7(J f-Ju
i'K boi^ri ayS'M iii 1.7"eiin^
��� f3$J0i^\ ���VsC? M l"s' P.V 7a1I r .n>y|is^��"i,Xe n t ioi ii'
:' 11 i rcTt i gf 1 'i^^cVifi'ivy 'nicl 'v c"i; t- is i ji'jg:'--!'i"..cip 1 ii i iii" i i s��" v *t o"l.
i-f ii'riii ai jVil i;c i tyllpts j?l ioi o I "s f piv:(Sal o.^intl;
���;y|:Ki^iI !;^.ri'u<Sina ii'TTvv'i I'--7::iiSi'Sjqii:vl ly witt'^-
;t o pjcl^'s V t7|l i is x&'s t iulioj7ysI^p vie 1 a'tb Ic o yvy i t i^ 1L
/iXubsd iiy..:;cyip'.ii i i tgilwli cti"^; Uyp5'sturdj^o.;JAvi;J.i J
'ilieiipi bsedy fci r ;ii;;;s lib r'ty t i iii c0i0,0^xiiM
? iSr-jJ;-. G if ij t ,siji. 1 i eve c 1 <i b i ���: > t ucl 7 tejv ^i i i (3 i;c 1 pi 111^;
\\ya is) i iffi i lie'ic} tyit 11 i s ?\ vgg k" aii d7n [f iioTi i t eti'
4 Li^iyjSivi i tiisriS|Pb;i��i'gciy'��|iifpS^^
>S^3 Jtqii i:' ta iVi'i s ^7 SJ r inii iii 'T7s^vSi:.y^^iiiV|^SiI1J >iXl rs*tl.f)y2
yav en i n giTA p ri Iii? si li 111 liayeP i. ued ytij ra i iuj
: i riVytlii-ces uctsK^
.:r?^it^".!;;G'/vib^;.;-;'v;v:bi'i\t::;^'tb'.-';^bi i^o^'coji'isb'-j'^-1I.i is;
;7yi J ji'isli ii i; n s (vviis;
;S ii'ii il ii y7p7;?;3;;;;77;77;:-7^
it.1 i i iijl-.vyco Ij-^'trpi.Vi'.f-W,b��i tt j.eV.':^
:U i ii i'i p.i ri y-;:i ii I iii Siiljs-ii t7 iKii ii i I oo j.i s; yiJ-svls^'iiUs." y
'f rbin'"iiyb'usi'lessor ip^
G aii y b ii; yy i s itpiK t jiejc i. ty f.1'1 i.-i,i';5d|iy.7i'7iii
.?iv.> ^ o l?7i?i ^i d F^"7'^?S t;! ^i^;P.S^W.:S y c--:
���:ii-: S iipft'Jvi i pii ti'iekf i\ I bssisiil.'ji i pps; iind
yiiyp y iii'.iiiiii iiiil tiiiir kjti'p til i'U eil7'f rb; n 71 ho,
A'J c io ri ii;7|77.ii;7ji|^
i!V:| Kl^^^^S rjvi-'ti 'i'i'i^'tsT-^.ft i io v-ri-^o^'t !y\vps.i'_9.J'l",l*
'ii.".Lf|S W! &*-."< f> U.! !0^.l^s'^vH^'.'j 1^! ;u-ii ii^/?i>y-r'V.!*;f
; tb;M. i ii) ngaiiiH ^:,0i^^f^^M^J^i^li��i
SviSiisiJI dnilaiyipveiti ijgyyM i;|fc5l'iii..ysdn!
; V i lis1; w 11 piii s;: b i i ?.i i-y i si t .# triiiMSiifi'iii?
;'a .n il ��rc t uri i' oiljr 1 i u rsdjiyW��;|^"ifgggjjSs
"iii: .l) "vSiO i'ii liiii i ri;* iiii' r i vpcliii'f rbiiiyit 1 ic$:p lit
tip u lit i:5yA ��� Ai-ii iij^ivv i 11 i7ti>|v i u vy;;;."tof h t.ii;t:
j njpju'a ctiiep!i ii yi^^
���? .7| fti I'i^-Xj v i i'i It; iS I t-s t-iTpJ: A l?J .7����i 'ro S aiiy sf pi: iii c.i:.l ^
J'l<" iigl ii iiiliiViid|iy ij I Jrrjtiirii s jiW]i >}��WiMi-i
7S> I "���:" CVKitiRiTVT^S^f SiW lM^'rt^Q ttii ypri^l I VFis;
f o i-ii 11 i o| G p I ulii .I/ i i i>li !>; lypi i-j:i !��� u ii ;i 1-icy.yG/o^Wf^
I ea vbi; ii b x ii aiw ce Ic{SC6\ v 'i:?ii?i:;i v i s' i t ly to;; t li c i r
:-yEiigii)b; lifiO'i got7 spmdtliing '.wibiig
with heir tliroltle iiit;:"Medicinqi, Hat.
and: raeods iiiloy'tlibf-ytiirn; tabic"; pit,
iiial.ii)g'n"bad sii.iiysli.fiV:7'7"y;.., i'':7*;7-.'-;:'
eiuiy Rivbr'at "Nelson;. last sweek, the'
briiiib.bdom brbko, 7rA,: AnvoyJiail his
Hkullifractiirediaiid,A.:Oraigiy bail^aii
ii'r'iri'.. bi'dkpii.7 7 '-:s'7; i'i: ii'.H ;:77y:7';'7''-';*,-';"
; Ji JUST;;yyHAT7;YOIj. NE'EDi;
iCIiarnbei-lain's    Stomacliy^ds^ Livi.r
{f,yVSMibn''y<iii i'l'i"! (Iiiil artel';(vatingiy:77;.
';7,Wlii)ri'yoii.liav'eiio appetite.:.7: 77:7
i7;';\Vlii'ii'y()iii'ili.V!r'is;toi'iii(l.;<::7:;!;::::7 .:���".'.
ysAVheivydur'bbvvelsare cainslipaled..;;
sAVIieiiybiihavpii heiidachii.L;^,;;,::;--?;,:;.
7;:;AVIieniyoii;l'eel bilious.7 7'':-: '77777
7: Foiiiivbil loiis / ii t tt?ck"7 tiike"";0IVIiiijl)<^i7-r
liiinVSStdiiiai'hand Liver'Tahlets. and
-1 ii lu i"> tl.;:..- I-J o"��ii i l:��i 1 i������:?��� K ii 11��I ori p" a.-f/ii.'-. p.-v'1. i t i't'-
'lAiiVtl-.-W'-'.'.irt.'ov: li"0ltl.:5v't he^i^^"i^-;"���"'^,'',''' - L.��u - l;rpii;':
(yd istiiii ^^M^?>^M^f-MfiSSiMl
Land For
'c i" 11 t,"ii "i-'A 1 w>g. 111 i 1 tl ?;V^"\v'i 1.1��"j'j-'i ��>S:'K* ��_* V*' ";^i 3". R ,l.i''��K.
iii'eha ril,-anilii ririihui)dan(:e7(if;ywa ter,;
riiri soiiii I il tl 'i'ii l.i>y \> l"7 i ii Um osl v fiii'-hiK;,'"'.'^
''dii..ii.iii;' I'd ivs pbiycii s 11 .'p Ji'iir; 1 m i't.icii| lirs:
'I'W'O HiiBliloiieliisdii's.JloKeiiiilH^Aveinic, wit.
y,,  jiioiloni liiijii-ovunienb,���?ii,fi��0 :i!iu;li,.oil ciuhj'
;':,'::toruiH.- ;.; ��� .!:'..yy;:';y:yy :,.';:.:i;::i.i::.: ::;' ;7.,;'
TWOvltoslcleiiiKiH on Tlili-ii: Sti-oi'toasl,.very:
., ,: con voiiloiil for rail way 'iia.'ivSl.kiliO oucili.
7-/ifoiiHyloiMiis/..;-.;..'.-'.,..','.���������:;.'.'!',;,���.; :'.; ,-'���.-.,:,:7;r.;' ���',.,;?.;;'7
bXH'-lti'Hlddiieo'oil' irii'Kli, '.Striicl..'eaVt, -'ciwli ro-
- '-"-niilrcd .{5500, HiiUjocjl lo inurtKiii?o,"n ySi,,,:'���'- ���
-'ApilljMO ..'���!'���'.���'-''-: ' ���'���..'������-������:--? -'--'.-..�� .;��� !   ::...- ,y:-,-Jj;,y' :.;., S-'S
.'Hi I /Best"~ H ay;ai id' J lock;; Ran cji. i ii t Ii io
t0);i '':77: Kopte ii. ays .(^nti;^iift:ySa.;-.
^rii'OND'siiiaviiiiifoisrogic UANGiiypiV
'���"' Vi-'s tlio:hui-do ��� mill 'Arrowliuad lii'iinoli of tlio
(I. P.H., HlxinllciN fronihiinlo, cohhIhIIiik of Kill,
iioi'OH 'uf iiioiulii w.'of wliluh lldiica-os are* liii.tliii;,.
olliy.   Suviii-atliuiul ol'.voiiiiu'cialllo.yAll nociw-;
Kill'}' flll'lllillK. IllllolllllUI'y.: Slllpiicd'.IIVU'UIlI'lollllK'
oi: liay.liiHl. your 11'inr.diiu ourload of feuMliv;*.iw
jiartlculai-H .wrll.o:o\viioi',': :y:i,f-:'?ii:::Tiitffif!/(:pf
7:7' -~ "^%iii:'"i :7;S:sSy; ,/|im',i'j;':\"M]iii;'11;:��� ��;7h
:j\li 'UKi.'HliiirolKildurH'.-of :l,lio.l..iiiiiu'k;.t'(iiiR(ill.;
(Iiu.ed JIIIiIiik:iiii(l Siiioll.liiK'.eoiiiiiiiiiy.'lliiilliid:
Iliililllly,: will Ijo.liolil: at llio'ollluo ol. tlio eoniy
puny, la tlioTi.yldi'.l.loul., ItovelKtolso.:!!. 0., 011:
'I'liin-Hday,: tho y'lUtli day: of'A lirll Ail),: IIKIII, at,
tlio hour of 11:00 o'ulook liilllo foronoo'ii.-'.lor.lio;.
piirposo (if piiHSiii(,'ii I'OHoliitloncllHIioHlni,' ril tho.':
wliolo oi-iiniu-l, of ilio'Ciiniiiiiiiy��iiHaetH,; ���;: vs;
Miiroli,"' IIIIKI,ms'S77:5*:��:SiSliasSi
MIAICH-NOTici.; tliiitti'iirtJ.dnyHa
,1. Iiiluml to niiply In tlio Chief (.'01
of bunds iind .woi'l-H.I'cu'aHpiiclal lie.
. tlinliiii:.
. ifl'oi' diit.o I
ipi.'cial HooiiKo to -cull
fi-oliillio follo.wliiK
11 iirOjpl>cr"pfrfi;rc 1 iii 1 a 7il>711 iill 1 pi- >S'ccI iics^:
day;. n^ijbpiebTatiib 'ii^o jTl11 !c i riii|weclil in ��
:SJi f i; rJiincj | M ris,?'J.;pii ispSfl iji ye ; 11 i;i;i ycd |ii t
if ii j jfa xil rii^iy j.^ jTiri?' ''ii'ii.'--7H :p"y 7"i>yX' J ii'yp^P. Ji,
���' lQi>^.W t^'i 0^Cii'i^i^t:M^^^b?A A bigci iv5��i. i^,Pij7i7(L;
iy i ? i.t?l p.; J j rSViS i b liiiild .787 |ii@iM;:MwM7
I^Sa;; 1 iirgef ii iijii berj b^^
;ia rew^i l;'0;;m ^;^
(i s' -spbii d i i i^: |!l^'"" ^-^-"*'" ';-*---*���"���.. ^:.' 1:-' 1 --:-% ^: -1; ^;-
Wii 11bjcpli^typi iyisv i s i t
iMi ly^^yBrbck^iiiiii.iigbrSbriahbMprtli::
sj^r i 1 i i��.-?_ 11 v 61 i if ci ��>iS{?; i ����.i-p i r^ f "*'��.c m.I-4^ ' ��� ft'.l.s ->=w J sc>'
;s l< Vre.l.ba riis7: stii bl i^
'ri-iistii is j f c 1 ri^t-ii 11 iii lifgig I i ii iii ccl |i itb;[^iSsi>K|:
ii^:aife"\v^dayis:Kwi tlidlieiriSister
K7C!brd^i7|be f(M;|;p;rpcectlii.g
:fyFrotn'oiir own Corrciixaiclent.
7 The snow vvill.be ail- gone, here irrii
7week.'7'.:..:y-y.:, ...;:: .;..,,;..Sy. ...:s,;
Business continues  good, the hotels
being scarcely  a'.ie  to accommodate
--.the number of people traveling.     s
Two parties here :wlio had ara timitidy anm, of money to' divide between
thi'in have gone to law, and there will
be the usual result'. , "'.':.���
The Casino Cbniedy Co; played here
last Thursday iind again on Saturday.
They give a good show and had good
houses on botb occasion.-'.
, A petition praying the Dominion
government to deepen the .channel to
Beaton.' as soon as the dredge is
through at the Xarrows, is being circulated and signed by everyone in the
district.' '   ,
.Messrs.1 Heaton an-.l llillnian have
finished their contract of taking out
-square tiniber for the Arrtiwliead sawmill. The timber is in the lake and
will Im taken over as soon as the ice
breaks, up. ���
The Rev. Mr. .McColl, who is to have
charge of the Presbyterian missiona in
Lardeau and Trout Lake, has arrived
and is looking over his liekl of labors.
T1 ic re sa re' ii b' 7 i'cd :cba ts",'".J iib.d rii i i k iirf I $
iioi^tircstfliiG siii'ispiiysc
: ii b ii 11 da n 't ,;7 7:7.7 s: yf::iii. i:77s77:;::7y.?:;y;
it:js:. ii' ^rcc 6g n i siiditl;. f ii c fc";--J,'rt 1 i 'it fc--=,: t'-l'i oV.;. ?��.i o i-'c i
:u-e;ask fbr:biisincss;'fclibiinbre:7bUsiiiesS:
ivesget^iUKi;?:;since : ;iidybrtisiiig-y;is
'.si in ply- iiskiiigifor business ;iri;:dif*e-^ei.ti
wiiys;using pvei'y^argiiiiieiits.wesicaiv
tliink^brytoini press.: people 7 with:;;tliei
desiiiibi 1 ity,vof buyilig inpur .stpres���;
the-Jteyelstoke sJ^riiiiiatic;^
eve 11 i n g. A p r i 1 iii 11 i,' by .Pro i'��i 1 opb u.r ii y
Iiiive7bccii7rohoai"sii.g:7;tIns' .laiigliiible'
U riViii sV- ?"oi:"-1 li o7'p:i�� t;ni 6ii;tl v; V=;7J? eud^Tly Hri f ���
the i;jredieilib:  tfat7?Tews71ias::ytb'saA:: j:
-Tickets ::;:aiid7plau,7afc:;lGai.ad,!::il^rug.i.
': ::\\".;'J. George has.taken pyei" th'e: en���
'tire, stock of'dry-good^: of.Tay!or;nrps;
iinr.1i.-GebigO/iii 111 ited,'-.cbii.*>isting of fui'-
iiishirigs,'boots anil; slipes7reiuly-iiiii(le
clothing,:etc.;7;Mry Georgcsis^peiii'ig
iip ; several;' now Ji lies :of spring' aiid
suiiinier; ;goixls;7inchicliiigy7dolaji,:s,;.
'muslins., 'iiiid' all kinds: of 'yliuic'v slimmer d ress j-'Oods.: ��� .ITe * is also1 .-'open i ng
a, new li'ie.;0i :luits and millinery.; '-Mis
George ;bas : beeii: cbniiected vvith .1 he
iirriiyfbriiearly: fouiv yeiir.��j. .'7rJ"ii6..'ipoi*-
tioii of; the store; to , be; used l.iy'Jrr.
George Jias been extended: the foil
length bfbliilding.: Tri taking^over
the 'business." Mr.'; George thanks his
many friends for their"patronage in. the
past and hopes to merit a greater.share
tiian ever of theii favors. :      '    -
yis'Suipiy iSni aij ii g i ngs? t lie
I-*r,*iii our own (ri.rrf.s|���,ri(l.-iir.
XV. Ii. Pool was in town-Wi'dnesdiiy.
.Six men arrived ''-yesterday to ''work
in connection..with.'tlin Liidgate mill.;
.Mr. Liidgate has a force of men putting, up- buildings for his men and
horses. .   >   :
.Mr. and .Mrs. Columbus .and'family
arrivcff;.MKoriday.'".Mi-, Gobi minis'.-will
take charge of, tlie mill boarding.house
as cook:     '      ,    ��� '
G. T. Newman has -.started .1 few
nieii towork lit If all's 'Lainliug 'getting
out logs for the mill, and will iricioiise
tlio force soon as horses arrive to haul
tlie logs.
- gii'vb;7^;l ii Id rcri 'iii jarewplpfimrtiesjiitb
: IrillyiGarr lithe!'-? 7oii;:y;hb:;;:bcqasib!i;:ibt
;h er s lleiiy i ri g; ;i fori: 'i;E iiglii rid siv i t li ;7 lier
ippnai'i.I3aivk;;:at? ;Eergit50ii,:ibniy;-:got
���Beatoiiilto: ;Fergiisbri7;lG:nii!es7abcoii.7
;paiiied;'by,his7vife:an(l:neice.::;:';;::.. '7;
?'.r"-:-:-Jv'::'; Bi-.-'lrr^lisp""!? ;";1.; Jii t licrMprvirt l>ji.-,;-;K.ro-,-
;vi Tibia LAI 1 rii !.g;:AssoPia tibri, Jei t^iA s.h:';
croftin):riT5til.Hori;iiU;t iveckSiecpnipariieii
byi.^Irsv': Hobsbri: iand -'cHildreii.7 ;Mi--
-lfbiisbn Jias:'[.Ur'b!ia'sSl a^riicei-ilibiri'b'i'i'ti
;yictbria,:;:where lie :Jiviii;,sperid;svvint<;r
;ici jutiire.7";7,:y7;s--.'ii:Vi;iri:0i.Jixi"-:y
;;LawSfin:gaye7ayfarewoiJ afternoon .tea'
prC'stint: ;iMesclanic-k'scbtt,:;"\'v*a:rd, :11ag7
77 Oil ;AVednesda\- y^eyening Ji.nvi.iC:
Laiiner. pcrforni(;d   tlmsiriarriageicere-;
niojiy' :df ;r7;I)7Gi;bssiiiii,u;;wi:th -"jVIjss.
:A[;iiggie;:Sj.[cMick(;ri. 7iM7s: ffoiisCyiwns
;wli|tii: rosettes,- '.was;7li-'essed:::iii Tivhite
;gbvvn.oi: liiusjin erepo sbadiiie ;triinine(l:
with": .viiite-;s:iti!i;;riblioji: :iiiiri ;''rills;
iTiie ybridesiiiaid   ;Wore7pink siiiusliii
crepe sbaditieitriiruiicd   witlifrills and'
white satin.'rilibbn.i7 The Jiridegi'bonrs
gifttbthc-'bridevyas-an Opairi'.g.;; 7;j
.'���;������-.Oii Saturday���Viiftcriioon.7.tlie'''- Ladies!
Auxiliayy of  the Hospital.'eiitertaine'd.-j.
���their   late': president,,Mrs;'Garrutlfcrs,;.
lit. afternoon tea. and: made her .'.a fare-, j
well presentation as a token of tbe ap-1
preciation   in   vvhiidi; they .held. Jier:|
'services' to the   institution.    The pros-!
"eii'tai'-fb'ri "took'".the '.fdr.rii "of   a>ilver7
bai-ki.-d eioth'W bni.-��h.  unci   mirror'en-
���griived:   ��� " Pirsciilc-d    to    .\frs. ",Ca.r,J
rut.hers by tin- Ladies Guilil,"April 4th; j'
IIIIB."    Mi-?. Hpurliiig 'made', f he prcs- j
critiitioti.   A(i's-   ('arnither.*- ' thankeiti
lbe lacjjbs-'for   their   kind '^ift. wished!
llic-in,'success    in    their.   etl'or,ts   and.i-:
hoped, they   would   continue", to' work'
wi-ll 't.o;,'f:'tiii;'r for lbe guild of the insti-
tutioii, '
���^'.ii liri'iir'dii lo ���.l.'-'liil'iiHil:'U" viipiily, Ui'tli.oClMo.���
<,'<ii)iiui��iiiiii(!i- iif.llniicls iiiiclAVorl.-.^ fcii-'-aiKiiooiiir
IliioiiHu tu'c'ul.: iiii(l.��Oiii:i->':iiwiiysl.|iii!wi';ln|!!!:!:!l��,
;fillliiwliiK;ilii-ioriIind: liiiid 'i;:i-.ixi\i<iiiiai;fl
7:('iVniiiioiiiiiiiKiil/iiiicistiiiiirl(i!d:.)iiini!H MiiMl.iii^si
wail .1 t-wusit. -ci > ri 1 u rs' 1 ii-is t,'y 1 >1 ii 111 <:��� I ���: .<��11 .. t ho', (��n s I.
: 111> I'niihjliiiiiiiiilli', lhniioi)'c)MSI.,SOphii iis.l hciiiiai,,
iicil-l-hSII chains, ;.llii!iiou:':wij.s|.;:M).:i!liiilliH.:;l)ii!ii<!C)'
'niiiithSllcliiiliislii.thii |iiiliil.'iif,oiiiiiiiii)iic;i)iiic.iiil..V;
^t7Ci?<imiViViNciii��'.iii1ii1i>i>si'tii(ii;l(;<i<l ���iliiiii'ciri'Mnrljii's"
sciiilh.WD.il'Ooi-iicicVpliinliicI ciiivl.lii;:;iiiisl',li|iiil(,nl,
I'IiiksToii������'���'(!rwiik iiliiail'1-iil'.hli.iiia,''-iiiil(!'s>ri'i,iiii'iU.
iiioiil.li.'llioaooiiiistyl'Os'ciliiiiiiii,:-! icaic-ninnrj ',;W '
olinins (o'lhC) piiliitiil'oiiiiiiiionoiiiiiuafcj^sSj'jiW;
f:<;f;���!,::/:���:: ;;:.,i;y��SSfcS.5i%sSsMA;,l Htj-.-JIA It'l'I.N.i'ft
���pi "'-..-" 1;-.'::-" t'���'���'.'.:i .'.'.:. 1 ~ i;: :r.Ti :\A �����' i /���''( Im I Mi m  ������
iiriiii-'(liii:c'i;l;iiiloiid'lci7ip|ily I.i l.hn (..llii)
- li���:itii��<ti't<i"f:ii(.lViii<l-.'c:ii ivr3-Vt��V\viiy^J.'i 1111 injvl i*<nti ..l.liu--
cliiiin.sil.liiinci! ;.sciiil.li*.S(li'cliiiiiis,.i(..iriai';o,.wi).-itSll
eliniaS-lii IliiriiiiiiiircirccnniiiiMiniaiiiiidsSSi'JsfK;
wC< ii 11 in. ji i ci ti ii "i 11' i��: piis(;7iiiiirl,-ijd-.Jciliirniiiii-iio^
������l*iiiK'iitoiii,cr(iolf.wiili(iiitS:'8ixl.ciiii��'iiii Ins-;��� froni, its;
chiiins Ici'tlio |iiiint.iir:cciiiiiii<)iioiaii��iiIs';7ps-'7;7
iunl-I'lirry. rnvay,
;(loKorll)i'd:liuidH:.   < -. -   ;,.;  ',.:;. i",',;..-,;.:
'���',",Coiiiiii'oiieliiK-.iit'u'jiiwl, iiiai'lfed,;l'''i'iuilc:c'iifl(i's
south-oust corneiv iiliiiil.iid on tho oa��t biuil- of
I'liigtiloii oi-olik... iilioiitstwciity-oiio .inlliisaiii
fi-ciiii'llil inoiith.-1 liunco wciil, I-:o,:C'lii|lns, lliqnco
noi-tli SO chal/iH; - lliuiioo oiiHl.:t>ll cIiiiIiih, tlioiico
Koiilli to cIiiiIiih to llio poiiitof 'coiiiinunconiont,;
;;:,C'oininoi)(;iiii,' lit "a iio��i;,iaiii'|(o'il ;i''i'ii,nlc Ciiso's
.soiil.li-niiHtiioniui', plinilod- oii.tliii 011st liiinlcof
l'liiKSl.Oil.'ci'ool(;iilioiil,!l,woiil.y. iuIIch Up from its
inoiitli,Mionco'.'wohI.' SO.olinlns, thiinco north 80
(ihitliiH.'thiincooiiiil, 81) chains, tlioiico;south-80'
oliillns lo tlio" point ()fvooiiinioiicoiiiciiil,,':s:;,: j/s
stilted tlilH mud day ofMai'ch, IIKIII. ������', s S;S "vyy;
:rvj OT i (; K .v fit". I feirtjijy: ."�����! vcfrJ"iTi'iit^ti ili'ty' 'ci iiyiii''
ll\ - iil'l.()i'diiU':;l'l'nl.(iiid toniuUi; ii|i|illciil.loii:lo
l.ho (Ililof.OiiniinIsrtloiioi'SoftLiiiicIs and,sWorks
for'ii'-.Hi'icoliil llbnnso l.o out,iind- carry 'away I Im.'
lici'l'i-'oiiiUio folio wliiKclcsci'lhciilands: .s '..;,..",
7; Cloii ii ii b n 011 if-r 7;Int 7 rt 7' jicj.-it.; i liivr 1. cicV s Tl ibiiiiiH
,Siivii^i'.sy''norl,li.iiasl,-,(.'oi'iioi',-s:iiliiiil.C(l-- oil -the
woKtsliniilt ..ill'; I'liiKKl.iinSoi'oiik iilioiitvnlxtcun"
nil Ids.:? ii pv f i'lini 'f II.H ��� incuil.li',7 tlioiiuoi' noiil.li ,"8U
oliaIiih,',tlicnco went.Wi;ohiiliis,,:thiiiic(! north 80.
clialiiH,,tlioiico'.oast;��0?chains;;to, |iolnl,of coin-
Sii'v'iiKo'-i H'tiiitli-oiis-stcjoriioi.;: pliitil.url oil tliiivvoKt;.
IjiuiU of I'liih'slinrci'cok iihiiiil, sixteen: inllosUp
I'l-oni'lls iiHMil.li, lliencij nni-lli SO chains, l-liimcc!
wo'Ht'SO (,'hiilns; llicni.'o ;s(iiith''v8li;'chilinH,;th(inc(!
ciiKl.KOcilinliiKto -l.lio-'p'ril n i;'(if'-,:ooiinii6ii(!0inoiili;! i/;:
.^��iitcj(i;.thlti 22nd (Iiiy,(il'^liii-ch71!l��:i.:7s77=s;j
777777-: 77SSs*y il v'l'l 10 M A S; S AAW 0 K|'
7 vReyelstokd; Licence^D
XN ' Cainliiiriio.; lui'H'iiiiulo-iipiillciitioii;:uiiiliir,,'-,y
l.ho iiruvi.iiiiiiH of".IIiii Ijiipior, Licoiicii 'Act, llKX),'... ,
for irl.i'iiiisfiii''(if lilii IIcHiico-for-,,tlio-liva llotnl,fe.(
'('liinhorno,' Io.'Ijovcisiiiici .t Tliow, of .lliiiiiborno,;.'-,',-
iunl,Mia tie -in6(itiiiK-:(if:i.:Uio.:I)oiir(l-:()f IjIcoiicii ..-.'
(.'(iiiiinissioiiorfl,: of ' (li.n,<1!.,H(ivolKl.(ik(i;4jioonco,!: :-
'District,willslin'iiolii'to iCiciii.sldor ;��nc!h iip|ill.;:sv-
oiillmi at l,lio'6Pr(ivinoliii;,'l.,oll(!(if.:Oni(!o,-K(iv(il.;-,;.,-1-:
Hl.cikii.-oii Thiirscliiyi-(ho illilh: (hiy .or, A|irll,''llKj,'l, ���,;,,
ill, tlio hour of 2 p;my--7' -7" '��������� :-''f:f>:f'Vi;ir/"-.:>'i
'is.;.- ''.V���������'���&'>��� ���������'������: s(Jliiof:ljlc()iicii .liispoclcir, s .
I'riivliiolnblVilico Ollloo,  '- .;.:  :7s:;;;St,i, -'^<j>&: %.
iis Miqvciitiiciki), ii; <;., Atu-ii.iiiii, mxiiixi..0i"i
:-:'7 7i/|
J.'ylili.oiid'l.o iipply lotlic Iliiiionililo.l.ho.Chlci
llcciiisc to enl.-iind ciii-i'jMi.wnyitinihuivfi'oni ilho
fOllowliiK:dcsorlhcd land^i^Si- .7,;,; -yy.^.-yi;;
Ijiuik (if :|,'liiKsliiiiCci'Cok::iil|iail,,f(aii'li.'Oii;iiil|(!8,
thoiico'WcslSO.ujhiiins,; l.hcncoSiioi'l.hHO chiiliis;'
I liuiicu iMiHt .SijTuliithi.t) to thu.i>(>hil.,<)'l'ecJJiini.ontii!';
. 11 iti ��� i -.i-^'aL/:. i>i;! '"--L~-iii-.^':Ai';isW-^,-i^irf s^>v',--* S--vi-i*'i;;.i2--?=f''!!Su^';!iivi:-;"
7y^y,,,.yy;::^���..;'.3���.y,;:i:..v;|.i^p.;....iarSy.;ly^;-;^.S^?;,y^. ..
lIl'lii'V'HHIliil.ll-l'ilStrClil'llCI'.-llllllll.Clllllll ''I'llO'.WUHl;
LIiuiii3o;H.is,i1.li'%^t.L-.c;liii!��� im/-.I ov-..-.tliis,j l��l��'""l*-.s*?-r;>;t!*��'P��.-
Slliitcil Iliis2:ii-(l diiy of7Uiii'cli,:l!IO:i;s.i;:T.:*.t:7;
<fflry���;:#:��;?:*:Sy:.Sis.4;;( IIIA II I'lNllI'lrDI'tU.Ity^i
7;7] t>C)iici>c;Sa trie Icedayf ii riii7fjifi d -7f-rii:;cl i/n i":
^"l "*-*-V'/"' i*-.'' .I *' *i-' - *''' v"i':.^.v. tli'lS.{?4i?-'?i.$i5iS'i\?2 (/ill; j v^SJsS'iVilS'iil
'!; i-Fiii;Wi s 1 i e cl 71 jo tci 1 ,y;j ji ."'.ii e (1 iyqo it j��,'J bi iiv,-j
Jollici'ifgilttj lig^ropniKKd iii i iig7j;oqinluiYc|j
ik i .teh e ii.i'77w;;;fj^^l&jSu!&S^^S$^=W^.
gsGlipii-itl cits^f oi;7s.jl 67 tii roii^Iioiitjytl ji\
;:'7S"JT^iii c K eri z i iitfA! y e riije." i
iHvT OU" i( 1K;: i ^" I i o r< j I >y:7rK i vo t i S: 1.1 i ill: 71 li i rjV 7 < I il i; ��*
{L\7!nri(!i- diiioi'iiilcndio iiiiply::tciy.hosOli!(; ;,
(.'oiiiniiS.si(.iiior.cif;l-.!liicl.-i:iiiiil:.\\cirks l'ciivii:,S|icciiil;
lioonso t(i.'.ciil'iiiiiil:-i'ciirryj'"iivviiy;i:tiiii.li('r.frcijn.j,.lici1
\vcici(l-JiiiicsVncii-l'h-\vcst,?:c;ciriiiii:,"';|iliiiil.6il,ciii iho.
miliisinp ri-ciiii:itsiiiiiiitli, l.hi)iico.= C!iisl,i>0,oliiinit.,
Uioiicosciiilh-iSOicliiiiiis,-1l.hcnco-,wc!.sl. SOcliiuiis,,
:t.liciico;iicii-tliii80ycliiiiiis7t<VKllio:;iHinit. of 500111^;
\v6(i(l-J(inosS';iiciH.li-W(jsts'c(iriic!r,-!ii)liiiit,e(l-oii I ho
ciisl.liinik-of.IMiiKsloh 6ri;i)l.-iiiliii.iit:llfl.c.iin:niilciS;
rrcini'.its'iiiciiilli'yl.liciico'oiisl^SO.ichiiiiisi tlioiico.
'ril 'A K'Kt- N C1T-1U M-:. 11 i'ii L; tl 11 i-l-y-"! I iiys 'firi.ei-.- d ii'l.'ci"-1
- l7',;'iiil.iiiid:|.o npply.l.ci.l.liu Oliiof UiiiiiiiiIhsIoiici',
IMiiKstoiici-col.- alaaltMAvoh'o: niilcs'iip Iroiii'll.s
s'ConiiiiciicliiK'iit'i'i iVoMtliifaiMiocl A;-A'.KDi'iii'y'H
���Hoiitli:oiist:'(ioriieri planted:.'(iii!l,h(.';-,wcHl,bank of
.il'liigstoircireoU alioiiI,:t,ivih-6;:iiiilcs:nii fi-oin Its.
'iiibiitli; llieiico: vvdst :S(l':cliuinsy llioiiou iiprtliSO
'c1h"��Iii"i��;~ tlieiiob"i;6iisl^.S*J.,f'iiliuiiis.*^.fcl!''uiico"��ijiiLli*8<r
iatlJiifdil |,his2:iril1(li.y::olVAIai-chV:l!lli:i.-<:-i;KSMafls
fgiXiUiii: iii.;:s;'i7ss7 .��fi AI IT 11 UI l?J" 11U RV.
ifVT'.OTrCKKlH horoliySKlvon;. iiiii'Hliiiiil,;to;tlio;;::;
.L>:;;"pi'ovisloiiMv of.; Huctioii'yffll.'of-tho";-.VI.aii(l:::::
���A'cl,.'|,;tliiil,;;ln:-fntiii'(!J no siiiiohil llc'cntos to but,.;,
llliilier on'(!rowii hinds will 'lio; i,i-iiiitu(i:o|.ri'o.y '
nowed- iinl,ll;!iifl.ir tlio'iipiillc.inls liavu had tlio
llti'il|.H Htirvoyiid hy ii(liily.:(|iiiillllccl:IVovtiicliir,;;
Liiiiid .Siii-voynrto thu siillsfiiolloii oMIio^tianilss
mill. WorlfB-J3oiiiii-lniuiit.<> Sji;;s-;:..'>.'.;.:-,.-. :;;.JA-. "���-
i7;��;:!l'!dcf,Coiiiiiiirtiiioii()iof '���ijiiiidii nii(i\Voi'kH;7-;
��� 'i;',-yiotp!'ii.,;ii;;(l42lil,li'Mai'q!ifiltlil!l^
T-N.';:iiri(ir.'(liil,ii;l:liil;onil.t,oii|iiily:l,o l.ho Ilonorvi;'.
alilo ;l.li6'/Clilof,\C'iiiniiilHslonoi'.:'iof':.';:l,iuidH.anil-'-;��.?���
���WdrkMTor ii^H|iccliil:::llcoiiS(i::i.o::!iail,:iiiiil;:bni'ry.:;.7;
iivvnyS"tin: Ixii-sfron 1 *;,llio: ^follovv111 kydiiHcrltied =-;f*'',
lands;-r:C!oniiii(!iibliiK:ni,- aspost.plii.ntiHltabout '.:;
20oliiiliiHK(iil|,lror(.!iiii(i Morn oii��l.;Hi(lo()r UiiporsiS;
west SO chains liipliioo:'bf coininonccinonli' ;!K<;;i ;7
i^Sf&SKMi^^M^^^M^Xi: 1 it iw IN iSpS:
771 Jiitcli i ;t.i ii.H;ii 1 h triii VyA>i;7jvi livvui; ?���.!��( w-s;7&;!te^^';:5:7#i!
;'-'-: ''ii v'
;VrO'l'l|:K|:is"lici-oliy'fKlvoii?!lliii 1,5 thirty-'ilnys**7;
U^viral'ior'ilui.o-.-.l liilcincl lii'n|iply.l,o tliollonor-VlKJi
Coniinoiiclni,' ill lisposl-S iiliiiilcjitSiiliontStcii,s's;
'6I111I lis soil III :<5r thi) Niikiisiianil HI (ici 1.11 rii 11 wi 1 y fis-V: 7
li(il,w(!oiiylhi!SjclKlit-iiiiicl:��niiiii;iiiiloipciiitsv run^77;?:.
nlni? I'lisl,: 1(10;'cliiiliis;,:l.liciiccjti(iiil,hsIII;chidns.'C'-^v!
t'oji'liiiiiijof ccjinii
'JiMK;i 171.1 i>y 1 N-;sil|i;
iii ifi-e 11';-1 HxCiMi if WWiii.
:���;.��-." ^i-
ir\ s pili B li c -ii 111 eie t i i V g".': \%- il I-;; Be7 77 h t: 1 fcl
;:Siitiiiday,':April ;11th;
s;:7H: E..swill add ress' the Hi eetii)g.7;y
7:''y;'yS;..ySSy-;Syyi|lvited;:'S-"-7'7jSS yfcyyyy;,
;7 A7eoll-'ction;iri iiiid- .0 H-.'s t r i k .e"! f.i 1 n'cl V \vj 1)"''
���7v~TO'I'tOK7 i.4 iKsi-cby' .Vi\-0i, s ^jmt;.j,iiii-t.v; cliiys
Commissioner of Limits ahdAVorks'for a spccinl
license tocnt aii(l:ciii-i-.\vii\viiy;tiiiilici-froniitlie
following described . land in ,\\'cstslCooteniiy.,
coinnichcing"tit"llio';tlireo"."iiiicl''ii .halfniilepost
on the -HIk Lodge trail l-iinniiiB; westerly -froni a
point oil the" Upper Ai-foiv:-lakc::niarki'(l v\ .A.
Diisli wood - .lones'-Soutli-eiiSt i" corner; llicncc
vvestSOeliiiins; l.liciicc: north SO;cliiiiiis;.lhciiee.
oast Sacliuins; llience soiilli-811. chains; .contain-..
ing OIOacrcs7S';;..ssy;:'::SV;yS-ys;:ss-:;:- :--,y-:;y'S
"l-:siiilcii(l to apply-lo thc.Oliiel' Ciiiiiniissioner
6l7Ciui(ls'-iind;\vorks.roi'-pci'iiilssioii local mat;
'eai'i'ylaWnj'rtihiber frdiii Lhcjfollowii^<lesci-ibec'.!
;':.;Coiiihie neiiig wilt 7i(.HiiostSi 1111 i-kedYyiriink:
Boii iaie's ;aioi-l.li;ciiaty; cb nicii';-; jilaii toil s'oiistlio:
.ivc'Sklj.-ink^ol'-yl-'ihgStoii^ci-cck-iabojit.I.ea 111ll.es
.lip',1'i-oiiiyits ,111011 t!i.TJtltciicb;:;.vvust.ySO; chiihis,,
: llicncc- north'-) SO.ichaiiiS;:1 to \t 11 il;,. 1 iol 111; of; ciji 1 r
;ss;:j)atu'(|-'ilils'27tli diiy:6fsUarch. IO0:i7fc.ss::;;s��H
;��;! :srs.;::::;3;Ss:3&;y73S:y ;;;;.|,;| t A N IC'j liO.Ul tN I.;;;
"rroniilatc lintend-lo'^aiiiily/lo the Chief
..'bniiiiissioiiorbf l.iiiids iiiidiW orks foiMispcoiiil;
license lo;ciit:,'iiici:ciiri'yj;'!nvii.v,|,tiiii,bei-:froiii llio,'
following described liinclr.sW .:'7;yvy';!.:;'.s;;;y;V;1!;S'
y-Coiiiiiioiioing itt.a post;milrked'G.'iiU. .Syiiioiis,
iioi-l.li-'ciist cbnioivplahti'd'nl/iiSpoiiit-. about one
iiiiil.ii hiill'inilcs - niirlli-wcslAlol' KObert'Sander-;
.soii'.slinie kllii'aiiclabonl, one niilb .west, bi'-the
Upiii''r;:Arro\v:Uiik"e. ;lliciice:.siinl,li ;',SO;;eliains;
thence'west 80 chains, tlieiico;,;iioi-lli;;80!.cliahis,
:: Daiccithis'i-iltirciaybf Miircii;U!)5:i;.7';''7v;.;"s7'
qrtOTI (illO iis:; lionjliysgl vciiyilin tj. I.liirty'cliiyH ii
x\-'if nl'lcr cliilb 1-iiilend!to'iip|ily::l,b,tli(i:lliiiicir-,;7s
iLlilci-CI. icf:Cfjiiiiiilfi��ioiior.;.:cifvljiiii��ls'HiiclJ.W'orks.��:^-,-S-
"desai-ljiliVe'lii'iiilwiSiSliirtliiK at,,llib"post.iiiai-ki'ii-Ji:;:";
.VVVUoboi'tsnii^Hcintl^eiisI,;'; corner: poslHltiiii toil ;tf:y,s
oii -Moiibakaln.creek,-Ijowci';'S A ri-bw-ldko aboiit' :?;;-=
70 chaliiMWcstJof 71 olinsli lover's f N;i;VV>i!oi'iibiv;s1"s
iii>I''ii-c,:viili!y,':t,hcnce'i'lifiiiiiiK.north IWIclialiiilPyS.s-
llioiico"vvo��l:ln chainsi:tlieiico3Koiii,li;:ili(l'chalns,ftE"j:
llicncc: ciist?;IO:'clii.jiiH,il.o.;|ioiiil,;pfj;coniineiic^
.~jVF-0'rjGK %iH; lici^li^^voii
;iid a
;: - cif th',:;: .
;;yThi'ee;ensh prixes'arexitlVn-dy.by.s'.lIii?
Jvooteiiiiy7i\I;iil.f(ir;thi!:.bi.'St rieu'ssiteuis:
sent-in'liel'oi'e-Api-il "HOth; 7Firsl.;pl-ii.o
\yi 11; be;$2. "50. secoiid ;$ 1 ;5pV't li i rd' JiiLOO.:
Coin pe ti tors-'iii 11st' eiil-.-oiit.;aiid'al.t..-u;h:
the eoiipoir b'eluw-,did YlilJeil iii,: liieiic.h
item;cntered fiir,eiiii 1 pel.iti(mi:;.,.,;, 7:, ss'
Mail ;INews;Item: Coupon.
S A (Id ress..
Rogers Bros."
������-7 Knives, Porks,   --���.;���,
.Spoons, etc.   ;     .'
; c.ircfiilly cxitiniiicd and
i-Iv fitti'.l 10 thi: ricst - grade
.Opposite^ciitrai,Hotel,' Itovclstoke.'-,..:.'..''-.
���' J>iilbe aiid General .iMachine" Work y
yProiriplly   I'lxeciited;;     's
           ...   that lliirl.yuliiya
���:��� after diile I intone! to apiily.to tliclTonoi-.
iilili'.stho;'Chief Coiiiiiiissibnei-.rof - Liiii.ls'iind;
Works for ii special������ Iiceiisc.Sto cnt'iind-:carry
aivay :'tiiiibci-. froni-. IheyfolloWiiig :(lcscrilicd
laililH:-':s-^-;s--::-.;s:-y'ss,-...S:S.y;y-.,-;=;-.s--;y;::-yy:S ~y:;
;; C'ninnii'iiciiig.'ita post iniu-ked -K.M- Hlacks
son tli-ciisl.conier, planted at a poinlr aboiitono
nnd a'liiilfniiles.west of Hoberl, Sanderson's
limekiln and-aboiitcino-inilo.'.'wbsb'cif tho Upper
Arrow hike, llieiice ::iibrl,h.:,SOs,cliaiiis,';.theiice
west 80 chains', thence -'south'-:SO chains, thence
eiist'SO. chains -to: the point, or.coiniiicr.ceincnt.sS
-l>iil.ed this iDlhilaybr'AIiii-ch. i00:i.777J.y7::;.;
si 1 re.
hnessy has rel.uriicd
l.'residenf Sh.-ui;
!o .Monlj-eal from
G. I'. Ii: has r:haii,'4eil divi.-iou head
quarters from IWoosejaw to Ib-yina.
" Tlon. A. G.������'Blair's railway bill lins
strict provision against, discriminating
freight rates. "7
or years ivhi-ii sjii-i\\\> time came
l> went, into gnrdi'iiiu^, ; \ was
In have an'���'.attack ol' i'h':i.inal.isiii
and (.very attack' w,-i,m iiioi-c severe than
tin' precedinf.' on.'," say.-i.losii' Mi-Dun.
aid, of Man, Logan i-oiuily, West V'a'.
"I tried I'Vi'i-yl.biiigvvitb no reli'-l'Whatever, until rprnciireiln. bottle of (lliivni-
berlain's Pain liiibn and the lii-.-i, nppli-
(���aliiiii ffavf! up! ease, and bel'oie the
lir.sl, boll.!'��� was ihccI I fell like a new
person. Now I fccllbnl, I inn -cured,
bill. I ahvay.s keep a bottle of Gliani-
b.'iiaiii.- I'ii in Halm in the house and
when I feel any symptoms of 11. i-etiirn
I.soon drive il, iiwav with One or two
applications.!.!' Ibis liniment. I'"or sale
bv all ilruirs-'ists.    I'       ���   .
Fop all Forms of Kidney Disease.
��� We (.he iiridersiKned '-DniKxislii are
fiilly prepiired to give the following
gnai-antee with ev.vrv (7) cent brittle'
rf Dr. PeltinttiHV Kidney-Wort Tablet--, I be only remedy in the world that
positively, cures, all troubles arising
ii-oui weak kidneys:-
"Money eheeri'ully returned if I be
suli'erei' is not relieved and iinpioved
after ii.se of 0111.', bottle. Three to six
liotl.les.i'lTecl. asl.bnishiiig anil pen nan-
cut eiiri'.-r. If not relieved and cured,
you waste no money.
Ga nada Drug & Ifook Go..lfeveI.itol<e,
II. (J. :   -
.I..A. .Miller & Go.,: lievelstoke, I!. G.
Walter I tows,, lievelstoke,   II.   G.
'J'l'Oll .SAI/K.���lliiuse and lot. vvilb
I-     fiiniitiiiv.,      Apply,    Iv'ooTic.vAV
M,v.ir, ollice for pariiculai-s.-."���'���".'.',
.'j,iGUNI.)-A ;\VA'l'OII-;0wn'er miii
j'      liave -siimi!  on   proving   property
and paying r-o.-t of I bis adyerl iseinent.
Apply to .Ohicf llain.        -.-. .-.
f^GUNI) - A gold bracelet;.(ivvnei- can
. ha ve sa rue on paying cost cil" this
/idveriisi'iiienl.. Apply' al. ollii-e of the
I-Cootknay Afam,:
f{ OUM.'"N, I.!UI''I'" OIG'INGTGN eggs
\j for hutching; Cook's Giiginalor
strain; .Sii.OO for Kl; lirst pri/.e vvinncrs
Vicl.oiia show, .S.'I.IHI. I.ockley .lones.
.Moiihl. Tolinie,  Victoria..
/ ANTMDyyTimber lands; llig llenil
pi-efi'i-i-cd. Apply ill, VilTlei' of
Kll'lTI'IN'A v .Mail.
'WrANTKD TO SI'M.I.-Two bouses
VV and lots at rising lowu of Oiuu-
borne: each propel Iy will let I'or SjiWi a
1110nt.l1:' price 011 each property i*l."XJll.
I'"oi- paiticiilars iipply at ollice of Kootenay Mail. . '.''���'.'
WANT TO .SI'"I,I.-One of tbe Ink
hotels in Ivootenav; t-'ood man
can cleai $!"),(H10 a year. Kor particulars
apply at ollice of Kootenay Mail.
���VTO'I'ICK isslioi-i'.by:'givenstliat;--|,liirl.v chiys
"iN'Synn.crilal.c:tintend .In:iiliply -to.the Chief
ijijiiiiiiissioiici-iif I,!indsaiiilfVVoi-l.-s for a special
license lo cut linil ciirry away l.iinbei- from.the;
fiillowiiigdes-'i-ibcil land:s;ss7 "���:"���
'.'';'-'.7:.7.':-7 |.;i.l'!.S"|I:;i.p(J-VTI0^.;;;;7;777:-7:
yCViiiiiiiciiciiigiil.a pnsi. sil.ii.-iteil'on'siiiii.li-Kide
St. Ijeciii: creek.yAi-row lake.snboiil. two inilcs
from: iiioiith-cif creek,. iiia!-ked:''.VI: i\I.:.eor.,"
riiniiiiig east. 1110 chaiii.-.-, along oast line of -ill.
Grailv's locution, tlii'iioc south 11) chiiins.ithcnce
.west IliO chains, thence, north 10 clniins to place
of coiiiiiicnceniciit. ,. s -. ;;s: \ ; -s -..-,������-
;;s .7;-..;..' s y s|.:C0N"I) LOCATION. 7;y7y';.:',:
.Ci-aiiineiicingal, ii! pnSl, placed on north side
'of, St.i.ecin creek,sArrow,,:lake, .about, seven
miles,from inonl.li - o'1'...ci-eek,'mid -'.'running SO
chains.west,"tlioiico-' SO: ohains :;iiorth; thenee SO
oliains.Ciisl, thenee SO chains south to,I'lhicepf
eomiiieiiceinent. . ',:��� :s ��� s. ; . ; .-.S.!
���-Wulcd this U-tdriv of April,'tons. .
7 .'"���":���; .���'';'���:'      -;''��� V.\\\r.: AlcM I f.liANr;
ILNy'wl" lioiniidc lb l.lio'I'iii-llaiiieiil/of Ciiniula7s-7
fattliepi'esciit scssioii;therciif;'foriur;Act"inc(irsj7y
piers; iiiid fbl,heivivvorks;;iil7ia,s n ear: i thb;polnlS!y:a
���A'ri'bw ]Jiiko'Jn:tlio":])lsl,rict;:(ifsl';ast:K(ibteiiiiyAs:Si:
-ilaii'iSi-bobnis'and such:othei'js.iiniii-oveniontsoiiiiBs:
iiiiyt of Jits' ^briincliesySoiv'iuiyvothei'iirivci's OrSSJiS
streiiiiisycni|il,ying:;inl.ciVsiiid :lake,;;iis,iliay*bo';*il&
i-ei|iiireil'to. liicllitiito;:ilriviiig7rnftiiig,;: collect :;;7W-
ing iuid sorting tiinbor'.br saw-logs,1 aiid toloyy-SSit;
and:, collect'.:.tollssaii(l:;(l lies yiipoiiy.siiclissnldSjs:";,
���tinibcr.aiid loi?ii.r-'a'-r^-f,--:?-^:S'fiV^O*.^
S-3.'-.'-'.To;:'a��niiiro.'v'iowii;-'-.an(l-~operatesdrcdgoii,::; SJ
scows, biirgcs and tugs .for tlio purposes aforo-f"' ��� 7
said, oiv aiiy.of-.tlii-in iind ,to.yrbiiio.vc:TockH,:.-7;.
dredgeiiiid'reiiiove';;shoiil-i,'bars;;and other.llii-;:;.s.
pediments ill the way.of driving andiirol.cetliig7s7
:-^::Hiitutl ="tliis;'llitlV'clii'y dr'"-ftfiirciii;:"A:-i'i.'.'iIHi3l''''--""s-'^i""!-H-."���'"
���S-77;7777:S;j7s72:iAdcliiidc Si.;K,;,:Toi-onto.S;j7;
'i'ii'ii' :PLUwa'"ABc;hly;i:;'Ss7;'i7:^
7!;'77 I
rVTO'l'ICIil is hcrcby'igivilli'tliiit'thii-tyjclays-l-i
;LL-N "after date wo intend to apply to the Hon-,,',;
oi-able.y.llhicf.-'Coinniissibiier;! of ':l.aiids valid ;:,,;
-.-Works at;\ricton'a;'B.!C.,���>��� for ;a' '.special license7s;
to "cuI. and carry away;limber,.'froni the follow-;7y
in'g descriptive::-.lands:'CoiiiiiienciiiK'at"post.:',:'���
niiirkcd.YalorCoIuiiibia Lumber Co; nortli-vvost-'Vf:.
McDonald oi-cck,; Upper Arrow;lake, and l-un-y -S
iiing.eiist-KiO chains,-; thbnbb':;south' -10 ::chaiii.-i,!7s"
.tlicnco.vvcst llB)'cliiiiiis;;-tliciicc.:iiortli ;iO'clialiisS;jy
lo point of coiiiiiiciiocnieiil..iy:;:sy!;sSi;:*.iy.yy;;yy.s-
7'Nakni*i'i"jiUj;-;''Riiiruli l(ithfUIU:i7-yy - 7s yi.y7;'';:s
hereby given; that, tliirlyychiy.-
al'l.i.'r dale. I intend  to apply -lo IlieChjef.
Ijiui.ls and Works fur a s
���IN-   after  ..,,...          .-,
Ouiiinissi(incr,.>r Ijiui.ls and Works fur a special
licoiiSo In cut and curry iiwny tiniber froni the
r..ll.iwiiiKde.s<.'rili..'d land:  ;.   y
(Jniiiiioiieiiigat a post placed on imrtli ,siilo.cif
sinilli fork i.r-SI. I.e.in creek, Arrow hike," nbiiiil,
MM'yds, from I r.-i|i'p.irs cnliiu; ,and aiiiiiit eight
miii'-fr.iiii in..ul li ..f crook, running south Hill
chains, iheiice i.'ii.-<l 10 chains, Ihenco n.irlli IliO
chains. Ihi'iico vvii-l 1(1 chains In plnco of coiii-
iii..'ii.'i'iiiiiiil.  ' ,
HKCOXp l.'ui'ATIOX. ,
("eiiiineiii-iiig a( il p.i-t. pliiiilcd on sniilli side
i.f Hi. I .ooii erc'l., Arrow Ink.;, nbiiiil nun! iinjes
fr...n in..nth i.f ci.-el,-, and riiniling' HW chiihis
iiii-l, llioiK'o Klcliniii* north, thence Pill chiihis
wi-sl, iheiii.-c Id chains L-iuilh, to ' pl-ice of com
UiUed tliis^Tlh day or March. IM:).   .-
,-..     . ..,    M, Me.MILLA.V.,
rpAl'ci��l NO'i'icj'k tt'iiit.''(.i'iii-(.y;tliLyKiirLei'liiittvvvo-'
.L    iiiteiid to apply to tho" Honorable Ihc'CIiicf'
Commissioner of Lands and Worksut Victoria,-,
IS.C.for a .sj-.eeiiU license   to: cut,and .carry
awiiy linibei' li-oin the following described lands
Coniincncing alii post niiirkcii  "The ;YiiIi'.-Col-
uniliia' Laimbcr  Company's north west: corner.:
post,'.'  situated : about; eight -miles   from tho:
mouth of McDonald creek on the Upper, Arrow
Lake,;ihenco niniiing-eiist Kill chains, llicncc
south -10 bhiiins.t.liencc west KiO chains, thence ;
north 10 ohiiins to place of commencement-, containing 010 acres more or less.s :.: .-., ss7.
Nakusp, B. C, March lOtli; 1903.7;     :,    :"
���-..'' .Tins. Yai.u-Colu.m hi a LuMiii-ai Co. Ltd. ..
"VfOTICK is hereby; given that thirty days
X\ after date 1 intend to apply to the Honorable the Chief, Commissioner: of Lands and
Works for special license lo cut nnd carry away
tiniber froni the;following described lands:
Commencing nl, a post planted on the cast bank;
of Ivoos-ka-mix creek, eight miles more or less .-
from Us -tnoiit.il. marked "J. A; T. north-cnst
corner post,"1 and miming south SO chains,
thence west SO chains,: thonoc north 80 chains,
thence cast SO chains to place of coinniciico-'-,
nienl. -.-.- ..;.:.'- -. :' ���-���'-
; ��� ' .IAS. A. TAVLORi
l.ociiled tho lilth day of .March, lOOII.    '
rilAKIV N'OTIfl. tlml iJiilriys nfl.'r .late we in-
.1. Mend In npply. In Hi- Iliineiir the [.ii'ii-
li'inini (l.ivi'nii.r in I'.nmcil uiidi-r Sec. 7 iifl'lii'
Itivers an.I Slri-aui- Act ISIKI. ('. Ill, S. 17. to
oli'aii ..li*lrucl i.ui-. Ii.tutdcr.-. 1..^' jiuit.-. su.-ig-.
.���Ic, from  II..'  I..-.I  ,-iud 'liauk.1-  of   I-ish  crccjk.
Wi-.-l Kiioloiiny. from  lis MUirco't .utli nnd
I., make -iicli nilier imiirovi.'iiii;iits'.lis may be
necessary fur the. driviin.' cif logs, to oiin.-triict
s.irtin-: Iwniins af its iiuiiith. ni.-.. to collect lulls
��.- the jutlm: ..f tl.c Ciiuiit.v IVnirt iiiny lix.
' PANV. Ll.MITKD,.' . :-'���'��� ' . ;
olslnkn. II. ('..April ��th, VOX     ' > '
TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNEU3.     '��� ���"���
To Alex. Smith, ,T. lliloy, J.O.I'lpur, J. Piccato,
Fred Jacobaon, J. J. Cole and Jim .Darin,  or
lo any person or persons to whom ho or they
limy have transferred his or their liit'ircsls iu
the Portland Mineral Claim situated on  the
.south side of Cariboo Creek iu Arrow Luke.
Mining 'Divisioni>f West. KocVlenay:
You and each of you are hereby noli lied that
1 have expended four hundred unci ten dollars
in   labor and   improvements  upon  the above
mentioned uiiiicriilclaliii. in order to  hold said
mineral claim under the provisions of tlie Min- .
oral Act. and if within  ninety days of tho date
of Ibis notice you  fail or refuse to contribute!
your portion of such expenses, together with nil
costs if advertising, your interest in said claiui
will   become   llio  property of the  subscriber
under section I of an act. entitled "An  Act  to
Amend the Mineral Act I0WI.
(Signed)     . ' M. K. KINO.   ,
Kossland, U. ('., February 71 h, IUou,


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